The article presents the definition of key terms distinguished and used in the field of vacation, leisure, and recreation, and explains differences between them. The terms of "tourism" and "recreation" are similar in their meaning as many sources treat them as synonyms. However, the concept of "recreation" is much broader because it includes all types of individual’s activities in their free time from work spent outside their homes.
The article describes the design methodology and appropriateness of architectural workshops for student learning and their involvement in participatory planning. As an example, given an architectural workshop that took place in September 2016 in the village Sergiivka, Odessa region at International urban forum "Area for development. Beach and city" with the participation of students and tutors from Odesa, Lviv, Dnipro, Kharkiv and Kyiv.
One of the main indicators of the rating of Ukrainian universities is the quality of preparation of future graduates. The quality of the graduate's training may be reflected with a possibility of his employment. It is impossible to track career growth of graduates without creation of centralized informational storage to cover this process as well as possibility for graduate to input information about his employment.
The article deals with the features of architectural design of high-rise complexes of multifunctional objects in Asian countries, the climatic conditions of which coincide with the hot climate of the United Arab Emirates. An analysis was carried out of the most famous modern high-rise buildings, as well as those whose construction is still ongoing and conceptual, competitive projects of high-rise multifunctional complexes.
In 1992 an extremely interesting study by professor Umeå University of Sweden, Anders Åman, "Architecture and Ideology in Eastern Europe during the Stalin era: an aspect of the history of the Cold War" was published. It was a rare and valuable work, which discussed the expansion of the architecture of socialist realism from Moscow to the west in order to establish a communist ideology.
Today, the whole world is fascinated by the projects of the avant-garde of the first half of the last century, Frederick Kiesler, who received higher education in Vienna, worked in Paris and became famous in the United States, becoming one of the main reformers of space theory. But how many people know that this phenomenal architect, sculptor and designer in the Ukrainian city of Chernivtsi was born and received primary education?
Today, when the wheel of world history is fluttering, it becomes increasingly difficult to distinguish joy and despair from the tremendous achievements and no less losses from the achievements, downs and failures of modern culture and civilization.
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.