SUMMARY This article builds on previous research dealing with temporary theatres in the context of Europe and Slovakia, discusses the issue of pop-up pavilions in terms of architecture, their use in marketing and as a potential tool for reviving the theatre scene. Just as temporary architecture can activate neglected areas in the city and bring […]
SUMMARY Museums play an important role in the society, as they offer valuable experiences of discovery, education, art, play and interaction. This form of education can have a significant impact especially on the younger generation. Museums nowadays should offer quality leisure time for all, regardless of their age, preferences, status and abilities. Information is therefore […]
At the start of new year and new issue of our journal, a bit of moralizing seems to be in order. Our age is subject to constant analysis. We evaluate our world either globally or with some degree of segmentation, and can view the situation through a variety of filters. The approaches and analytical aids […]
If research in architecture and urban planning was not so diverse and varied, we would not be constantly asking ourselves what it means to do research in our field of knowledge. Going back to the original question is something we do recurrently, to the surprise of any scholar from other disciplines. There is no debate […]
At many architecture schools, the primary interest lies in education, and most importantly, in educating future architects. Most of the focus is on learning how to design, the dominant pedagogical model being the design studio. Designing is seen as a skill that can be obtained through repeated attempts to create architectural designs. Research and becoming […]
SUMMARY The connection of agricultural production and rural settlements is projected to the organisation of the rural area. These interactions are economical and social, they concern jobs as well as housing. The current trends present return to the life with nature, to the continuity of vernacular architecture. New forms of production enrich the village structure […]
SUMMARY The Faculty of Architecture introduced two grade levels of study. During the four-year bachelor study, the student obtains a general knowledge in the sphere of architecture and during the next two years of master study he/she specializes in a particular field of architecture. There is a little interest in the less attractive but very […]
SUMMARY The paper underlines the connection between the built environment and the basic requirements determined by structural physics. They are mainly concerned with sunlight in dwelling, thermal and acoustic comfort and energy consumption. To fulfill these requirements efficiently, it is necessary to design according to the concepts of dispositions and volumes.