SUMMARY The Czech University of Technology became the first university in the Czech Republic that had undertaken an audit in the frame of the CRE programme (European Rectors Conference). The background of this evaluation was a self-evaluating report which has been elaborated by the faculties and by the Rector’s office. The auditors recommended to diminish […]
SUMMARY Town-planning education at the FA CTU in Prague represented an independent study branch until 1989. Today only architecture is studied there but town-planning profilation of students is still possible: they can choose town-planning oriented subjects and studios. The studios are “vertical” ones. More freedom in the study program causes problems for some students.
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SUMMARY In general, residential buildings and residential sector represent more than half of the work of an architect. Sufficient housing for people and the need for quality of living is a key issue in many countries, in the Czech Republic as well. The long duration of street layout has influence on the sustainability of cities. […]
SUMMARY Negative side effects of industrial and transportation development in the 18th and the 19th century caused consecutive separation of work from housing. Initial support of functional segregation in order to create quality living environment later resulted in construction of large prefabricated housing estates. What first seemed to be effective, efficient and according to some […]
SUMMARY In this paper I focus on permanent public art in Prague installed between the years 1989 and 2015. With political changes all controlled mechanisms and institutional management in production of art in cities have been abolished. Until now there is no strategy and policy supporting public art on the level of neither municipality of […]