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7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2019 , 2019.y., pp. 845-854


MICRO-URBANISM IN CENTRAL EUROPE (1867-1918) - THE CONCEPT
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2019.078
UDC: 711.4
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Author : Lovra, Éva
 
 Summary:
 Urban structure and architecture, be it a unique manifesto or a coherent ensemble, can only be examined in the interaction of each other if the goal is to create a complex image – on the level of micro-urbanism. Micro-urbanism is a complex area in the field of architecture, urbanism and acts as a new discipline and approach in the urban morphology. In systematizing the types of urban tissues, I analyzed the pattern of street networks, the form of plots and buildings; I have determined the inner relationship between the elements, and the analyses were completed with the determination of patterns of green and open areas. The study of architectural manifestos (public and residential buildings, palaces, villas) and the assignment of the urban tissue types is the task of the current research. The research has an interdisciplinary nature and deals not only with the structure but also with an architectural context of the selected towns via macro and micro scales: how the building relates to the structure and vice versa.
 
 Keywords:
 Micro-urbanism, 1867-1918, Central-Europe