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Univ.-Prof. Dr. sc. techn. Dipl. Arch. ETH Christian Hanus, FEng. Faculty of Education, Arts and Architecture Danube University Krems, Krems, Austria christian.hanus@donau-uni.ac.at Ing. arch. Lenka Petráková Faculty of Architecture and Design, Institute of Public Buildings Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia petrakova.lenka@gmail.com Prof. Ing. arch. Vladimír Šimkovič, PhD. Faculty of Architecture and Design, Institute of […]

Museums for children? Ing. arch. Natália Bošková Filová, PhD. It is important for the society to offer possibilities to participate in cultural events in museums to all groups of people. Likewise, museums are hugely important in the life of children, playing a role in their education, artistic sensitivity, and socialisation. This dissertation aims at finding […]

Architectural alchemy: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for inspired design – a comprehensive study of creativity, control, and collaboration By Lenka Petráková and Vladimír Šimkovič Traditional architectural design provides a human-centric and intuitive way of creating spaces based on personal creativity, experience and cultural history. The final design usually unfolds linearly with predetermined approaches set in early […]

Cite this article Botek, A. (2023) ‘Presentation of older layers and findings on historical architecture using the method of analytical presentation: Example of the Old Town Hall in Bratislava, Slovakia’, Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU, 28(4), pp. 38-47. https://www.doi.org/10.2478/alfa-2023-0023   SUMMARY Analytical presentation is one of the methods used in […]

Cite this article Bočková, M. (2023) ‘Rise of container structures along the Danube River in Bratislava: Transformation of the embankment after the river regulation’, Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU, 28(4), pp. 29-37. https://www.doi.org/10.2478/alfa-2023-0023   SUMMARY The paper observes the space along the Danube River in Bratislava as a relatively newly […]

Cite this article Mazalán, P., Morávková, K. (2023) ‘Fine art as an integral part of architecture: Political and social aspects of the formation of this synthesis in the 20th century’, Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU, 28(4), pp. 24-28. https://www.doi.org/10.2478/alfa-2023-0022   SUMMARY The theme of the connection of visual arts with […]

Colour in the environment for older adults

Monika Hencová, Veronika Kotradyová

Cite this article Hencová, M. Kotradyová, V. (2023) ‘Colour in the environment for older adults’, Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU, 28(4), pp. 15-23. https://www.doi.org/10.2478/alfa-2023-0021   SUMMARY A large part of public and residential interiors is not designed for or adapted to the needs of older people. The trend of aging […]

Cite this article Petráková, L., Šimkovič, V. (2023) ‘Architectural alchemy: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for inspired design – a comprehensive study of creativity, control, and collaboration’, Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU, 28(4), pp. 3-14. https://www.doi.org/10.2478/alfa-2023-0020   SUMMARY Traditional architectural design provides a human-centric and intuitive way of creating spaces based on […]

Editorial 4/2023

Christian Hanus

Cite this article Hanus, C. (2023) ‘Editorial’, Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU, 28(4), pp. 1-2. https://www.doi.org/10.2478/alfa-2023-0019   This issue of Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU once again deals with a remarkable and diverse collection of current research topics in the building industry, from urban planning […]