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assoc. prof. Dr. Sanela Klarić Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, International Burch University, Ilidža, Bosnia and Herzegovina sanela.klaric@ibu.edu.ba Mohammad Tanvir Hasan Department of Architecture Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh tanvir-arc@sust.edu Prof. Dr. Md Mustafizur Rahman Department of Architecture Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh mustafiz-arc@sust.edu Tanjami Siddika Department of […]

Assessing the urban design qualities of the urban street: A case study of Sylhet, Bangladesh By Mohammad Tanvir Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman and Tanjami Siddika The growing tendency of reckless urbanization in many cities of Bangladesh has upstretched force on an urban street, one of the features of urban structure which ties many areas and scope […]

SUMMARY “Design Thinking” is one of the methodologies currently used in education. It is not an exclusive property of designers and in combination with artificial intelligence we can see new horizons; but, does standard “Design Thinking” have sufficient tools for society? What is the essence of “Design Thinking”, what is the role and duty of […]

Architectural education in the context of social sciences

Peter Mazalán, Jana Vinárčiková, Michal C. Hronský

SUMMARY Interdisciplinary thinking is an unavoidable part of the design process for a creative architect. At a time of increased socio-ecological requirements, we cannot simply consider permanent spaces and architectural objects to be the result of a creative process, but rather to be the products binding together a myriad of contextual relationships and responding to […]

SUMMARY The town of Partizánske, formerly known as Baťovany and built according to the design of the urban development (zoning) plan of architect Jiří Voženílek (1909 – 1986) from 1938, represents a unique urban-architectural achievement not only in the context of Czechoslovak functionalist architecture, but also with regard to the emergence of modern European cities […]

SUMMARY This article introduces an often-overlooked southern African city to the global urbanism and architectural discourse. The focus is thus on the architectural heritage of Pretoria, the administrative capital city of South Africa, and the author further investigates and broadly documents the Pretoria Regionalist style. This contextually inspired interpretation of the Modernist Movement is put […]

SUMMARY The growing tendency of reckless urbanization in many cities of Bangladesh has upstretched force on an urban street, one of the features of urban structure which ties many areas and scope to move to another portion of the city. Historically, walking is celebrated as the major mode of transportation, cheapest as well, particularly in […]

Editorial 2/2022

Sanela Klarić

Today, our architectural profession faces even more challenging requirements, problems and opportunities because as part of our creations and activities, we are directly responsible for the protection of the natural environment and people. However, our obligations are much more complex, comprehensive and demanding. Our focus is not only on the aesthetics and function; we also […]