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SUMMARY Technology is one component of larger social, economic, and business revolutions that will continue to have a substantial impact on the markets in which architects deliver services. Virtual reality (VR), the popular term for what is generally referred to in the technical field as virtual environment, is a methodology that originated in informatics, optics, […]

inž. arch. Magdalena Celadyn, PhD. Faculty of Interior Design Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, Krakow, Poland mceladyn@asp.krakow.pl Dimitra Konstantinidou, M.A. Faculty of Engineering Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Architecture, Thessaloniki, Greece dimkon@arch.auth.gr assoc. prof. Mg.A. Zdeňka Němcová Zedníčková, Ph.D. Department of Urban Planning Technical University of Liberec, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Liberec, […]

The DIY principle in the contemporary residential interior Mgr. art. Andrea Ďurianová, ArtD. Producing objects for one’s own consumption is a major strand in the historical development of material culture. Making things with one’s own hands can be considered a natural means to satisfy human needs. In the present time, this form of production is […]

Architectural studies in the European higher education area: Criteria for student degree mobility By Dimitra Konstantinidou The European Higher Education Area, implemented after the Bologna Process and with the assistance of the European Union, brought together 49 countries, both members and non-members of the EU, in an attempt to make the higher education system in […]

SUMMARY The quality of content perception is often conditioned by visual presentation, which corresponds to the perception patterns of the youngest generations, where there are only a few seconds of time for immersion in memory. One of the most emblematic platforms of today – the web – offers the potential to address this shift in […]

SUMMARY The environment in which children grow up and spend their time constitutes a fundamental aspect of their knowledge, and social and personality development. As in the case of adults, children today spend most of their time in man-made environments. Kindergartens and school playrooms or classrooms are places that significantly influence children. Therefore, such an […]

SUMMARY The article describes the role of creative thinking about the future and its importance in architectural and urban education, and suggests ways how it could be implemented into the design process. The first part of the article, ‘Futurology’, deals with the scientific discipline of futurology and the possibilities of its use in architectural and […]

Editorial 3/2022

Magdalena Celadyn

Architectural education requires constant updating of learning methods and the related professional knowledge as innovations are an intrinsic feature of this discipline. The transmission of this type of expertise into the learning process by way of published original research papers is a valuable procedure, offering architecture students an easily accessible source of substantial improvements in […]