Метод стилізації завжди ґрунтується на принципі використання прототипу, проте важливо усвідомлювати, “що цей прототип означає” у сенсі ціннісному, аксіологічному. Наприклад, у добу Ренесансу антична спадщина визнавалася зразком досконалості, проте можливим для досягнення і, навіть, перевершення. Це стимулювало специфічне використання римських прототипів в актуальній практиці, де їх змінювали та перетворювали, “імітуючи” взірець, проте демонструючи його по-новому, по-своєму, репрезентуючи практику імітаційної стилізації.
An analysis of spatial and semantic archetypes of religious structures by Hungarian architects, including Imre Makovecz, made it possible to further develop the idea concerning the creative work of this original architect, which was based on deep traditions of Hungarian culture. The genetic memory of the architect, which broadly extends beyond current theoretical concepts and schemes of architectural theory, formed the basis of the work of Imre Makovecz and other Hungarian architects.
The article deals with Professor Andriy Rudnytsky's activity in the areas of architectural science, his creativite work and education. The characteristic features of his personality are studied in the context of socio-cultural background. On the background of historical circumstances his influence on forming the Lviv s architectural environment as well as on preserving its historical development, on developing the architectural school in Lviv, and eventually on the modern European status of Lviv is analized.
This article is about development prospects of CAD/CAM/CAE-systems and the significance of these systems for design of architectural environment. Modern technologies of designing are considered and practical examples of the architectural objects made by means and algorithms of CAD/CAM/CAE-systems are reviewed.
The article highlights and analyzes the architectural peculiarities of such a new type of buildings as theological-humanitarian higher educational institutions, distinguishes the major factors that influence their architectural and space planning organization, and outlines suggestions on the development of theological-humanitarian institutions architecture in Ukraine.
Energy conservation is becoming increasingly more relevant for Ukraine and the world, and architectural education must meet one of the most significant challenges of our time. The article analyzes the existing laws and regulations of our country and points out to the lack of a number of national standards necessary for architectural design. It focuses on the problems of real design and ways to solve them within the framework of architectural training.
Description of architecture of the system of support of decision-making is offered in the article. The analysis of types of architecture is conducted, architecture of informative resource of the systems of support of decision-making, which is based on principles of construction of depository of information is considered.
The list of problems that can be solved by multilevel system of energy efficiency of the region were determined. Requirements for the implementation of each system component were formulated. It was shown that the technological process control’s components should provide processing of intensive data streams in real time. Also components have to satisfy limitations on size, power consumption and cost.
The aim of the given article is to trace the origins of common forms of space and plasticity in railway station
buildings in Halychyna (Galicia) and Tyrol and reveal their most important features and trends in their formation.
The so-called “rustic straw roof” architectural type of railway station of the times of the Danube monarchy was
common at the turn of the 19th –20th cc. in Halychyna and Tyrol. It was a typically “old Austrian” type and it reflects the
Skolivshchyna architecture in the tree became famous not only all over Ukraine, but beyond it. After all, Boiko
wooden architecture already occupies a prominent place in the history of world architecture with its originality and
plurality of building types. Each of these types has its own special image. The form of the pyramid-stepped tower, from the
artistic point of view of the most original and best-developed type of Boychiv churches, evidently arose gradually – as an