From international waters of DANUrB: Under the Danube river urban brand By Ján Legény, Michal Brašeň The DANUrB cultural network aims to strengthen the Danube regional cultural identity and to create a common brand by supporting transnational cultural ties between the urban centres along the Danube, and by exploring the unused or hidden cultural and […]

Community architecture By Miriama Butková This article is a reaction to an ever-increasing development of active citizenship in the community sector in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. People are gathering more frequently based on their common interests; the number of communities of interest is growing and they are becoming more active as civic associations. I […]

Railway and industry in the urban planning of Bratislava (Pressburg) in the 20th century By Katarína Haberlandová The paper focuses on the construction of railways in Bratislava (before 1918 Pressburg, Pozsony, Prešporok), which was a factor determining the concentration of industrial areas along the railway line, especially on the periphery, but also near railway stations […]

Museums in the 21st century: Innovative forms of exhibitions for children By Natália Filová, Lea Rollová In the past few decades, we have experienced a significant development of construction and renovation of various museums worldwide. At present, museums, galleries, but also partial or temporary exhibitions tend to focus more and more on attracting the interest […]

Interaction of man and his environment: Human-centred design in the United States By Zuzana Čerešňová The aim of this paper is to introduce the importance and various methods of human-centred design (mainly universal design) in relation to environmental psychology and neuroscience, and to call attention to the legislative, research and educational conditions in the United […]

The aspects of everyday city life:  A sociological insight into the city By Ján Legény The article provides a sociological insight into the city and its everyday life. As architects and town planners we create a space, the city itself. Lewis Mumford has already stressed that the city and its transformation in time can not […]

Museum concepts designed by architects and artists: Evolution of the sight on the museum since its formation until present days By Alexander Schleicher As museum concepts we consider unrealised visions of museums or realised museums which brought exceptional ideas influencing the directions of museum architecture. Museum concepts have accompanied the museum since its begins or […]

Democracy and public spaces By Robert Špaček, Ján Legény The emergence of democracy and of the first public space – Agora dates back to the ancient Greece. Urban environment is an essential attribute of development of cultures and civilizations. It concentrates the nature of environment, history, people’s mentality and affects the way and quality of […]

Corporate culture of a successful school: Current situation at the FA STU or Where to pay more attention? By Branislav Jelenčík This paper focuses on the issue of corporate culture, particularly in the environment of the FA STU. Partly, as a tool for the analysis of relationships, values, attitudes, internal policies (author called it metaphorically […]