Digital (r)evolution: Development of digital design tools and their impact on architectural design By Tomáš Tholt, Robert Löffler Materialization of an architectural object is accomplished on the basis of a certain form of description – the author’s notation. Architectural drawings or other types of notation act as a stencil. The process of architectural notation is […]

Mgr. art. Michal Brašeň, ArtD. Institute of Industrial Design Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia michal.brasen@stuba.sk Ing. arch. Irena Dorotjaková Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia irena.dorotjakova@stuba.sk MArch, Ing. arch. Roman Hajtmanek Institute of Ecological and Experimental Architecture Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia roman.hajtmanek@stuba.sk Univ.-Prof. Dipl. Arch. ETH Dr. Christian Hanus […]

Lego® set as a tool: Enhancing creativity in architecture, urban planning and design By Armando Garcia Teixeira, Ján Legény, Michal Brašeň Architecture as a discipline has the inherent potential of overlapping with areas that do not appear related to its own scope of functions at first sight. Along with town-planning, the discipline is closely linked […]

What will be the future SAS campus like? History and perspectives of urban and architectural development of the campus of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava By Henrieta Moravčíková, Laura Pastoreková The campus of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava is one of the oldest modern campuses in the city, which still remains […]

Peter BUDAY (PhD. candidate) Researcher at the Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava budaypet@gmail.com Jelica JOVANOVIĆ Project coordinator at the Grupa arhitekata, Belgrade, Serbia Fakulta architektúry STU jelica@grupaarhitekata.org Vladimir KULIĆ Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture, Florida Atlantic University vladakulic@gmail.com Magdaléna KVASNICOVÁ Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University […]

Ing. arch. Patrik Baxa Institute of History and Theory of Architecture and Monument Restoration Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia patrik.baxa@stuba.sk Ing. arch. Karol Görner, PhD. Institute of Urban Design and Planning Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia karol.gorner@stuba.sk Darya Haroshka, MSc Department for Building and Environment Danube University Krems, University for Continuing […]

Fire of St. Martin’s Cathedral tower in Bratislava in 1833 and its consequences: A probe into “the history of ordinary life” of the town of Prešporok/Pressburg By Patrik Baxa The study focuses on the great fire of the tower of St Martin’s cathedral in Bratislava (formerly Pressburg, until 1919) caused by lightning on 12 June […]

Two Ignatzs: The Feiglers, father and son By Jana Pohaničová The history of 19th century architecture in Slovakia is rich not only in the varieties of style and typology, but in the wide range of significant strong personalities in the field of architecture – notable architects, developers and builders. The four generations of builders, architects […]

Ing. arch. Silvia Cejpková Institute of History and Theory of Architecture and Monument Restoration Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia silvia.cejpkova@stuba.sk Ing. arch. Irena Dorotjaková Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia dorotjakova@fa.stuba.sk doc. Ing. Branislav Jelenčík, ArtD. Institute of Industrial Design Faculty of Architecture STU in Bratislava, Slovakia branislav.jelencik@stuba.sk Ing. arch. Michal Kacej […]