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Year 2017
Year 2016
  • A vertical subway, namely, an internal transport system in a 1200 m tall building,

    This article deals with the topic of designing an efficient internal transport system in a 1200 m tall multifunctional building called the “World’s Tower” due to its symbolism and specific architectural form. The building comprises four towers whose bases are 75 m/75 m long each and whose height is 1200 m. Two of the towers are located along the north-south axis while the two others along the east-west one. The towers are joined...

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  • Analysis of Historic Brick Walls' Strengthening Methods

    Analysis of the behavior of historical brick walls is difficult and complicated. However, computer calculations are being increasingly used in the evaluation of cultural heritage buildings and some of their elements. The aim of this paper is to analyze the historic brick walls reinforcement. Different methods of strengthening are compared and discussed. Numerical analysis, based on finite element method, was conducted on the assumption...

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  • Analysis of The Behavior of Foundations of Historical Buildings

    The article is devoted to the analysis of the behavior of the foundations of historic buildings. Some basic aspects of foundation engineering are discussed, with an emphasis placed on its development, applied techniques, and materials. Several different approaches and methods for the analysis of foundations of historical buildings are presented. A particular analysis has been focused on an example of a typical stone foundation...

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  • Cast Iron Staircase in Aleksandrów Kujawski (Poland) - History, Construction, Architectural Form

    The text presents historic cast iron staircase, which is situated inside the railway station building in Aleksandrów Kujawski. Since the moment of creation in the 19th century for a long time that station, located at the border of Prussia and Kingdom of Poland, was an important transit point. Nowadays it is situated in the central of Poland. The staircase was built in 1870’s as a result of an extension of the railway station building...

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  • Dilemmas of Identity in Contemporary Cities. The City of Gdansk as an Example

    The article is aimed to answer the question how, depending on the historical heritage, the collective memory, the physical space of the city and their images were shaped, through the politics of memory. All known cultures and languages distinguish the ‘self’ and the ‘other’, ‘us’ and ‘them’. Neither do we know cities which wish to differ in some particular way, although they can have numerous identities. Their multitude and diversity...

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  • Driverless Mobility: The Impact on Metropolitan Spatial Structures

    Diffusion of emerging technologies is following the need of solving particular problems. Each innovation produce also some undesirable consequences. Many examples from the past have shown that along with the spread of each technology their side effects are accumulating until the level they need to be solved. One of the examples is automobile, which advantages and disadvantages were already described including its spatial consequences....

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  • Experimental Designs of Mass Customized Passive Single-family Houses - Prospects and Limitations

    Abstract The article deals with case studies of selected architectural designs of the past fifteen years the authors of which intended to rethink both the typology and the means of constructing single family houses. The analysis covers contemporary design issues such as variation, curvilinearity, customization, digital manufacturing and ecological concerns. The purpose behind the research was to establish in what way new design...

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  • How to teach architecture? – Remarks on the edge of Polish transformation processes after 1989

    The political changes in Poland after 1989 have resulted in a whole range of dynamic processes including the transformation of space. Until that time the established institutional framework for spatial, urban and architectural planning policy was based on uniform provisions of the so-called planned economy. The same applied to the training of architects, which was based on a unified profile of education provided at the state’s...

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    The buildings considered as raising the prestige and promoting cities are those related to culture. Their impact on urban life is undeniable, which is reflected in a continuous increase in the number of new museum buildings. Apart from places intrinsically linked with culture, which, as such, may be considered as standard - like museum, theatres or galleries - there also appear alternative places of development and promotion of...

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  • Interactive and Media Architecture – From Social Encounters to City Planning Strategies

    The paper searches into the potential of media and interactive projects to support participation and generate social encounters in public spaces. Moreover, it proposes implementation of media and interactive projects into city planning processes. On the basis of theoretical approaches, case studies and interdisciplinary surveys the paper gives insight how interactive and media architecture can engage people in activities in urban...

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  • Landscape Rurality: New Challenge for The Sustainable Development of Rural Areas in Poland

    The standard of country living was a matter of Polish elites’ concern from the eighteenth century. In different historical conditions different concepts of the rural renewal were formed. Today in rural areas of Poland some spatial processes that threaten the quality of life occur. The disadvantageous changes are the result of national or local governments spatial policy and they are an inhabitants’ response to it. The political...

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  • Models of Structures in Didactics

    The final aim of teaching students subjects, such as structural mechanics, reinforced concrete, and steel structures is to teach them how structures work in a given building as well as to provide them with skills enabling them to calculate and design structures. The behavioral model of the structure, contrary to the architectural model, which focuses mainly on the external form of the building, shows workings from both the static...

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  • Moving Towards Competence in Teaching Architecture: The Relationship of Research and Design in Academia

    Architecture is truly a profession of public trust requiring special care at all stages in academic education. European educational reforms initiated by the 1999 Bologna Process affected architecture education, and shifted the role of research. The number of doctoral programs increased, so the involvement of PhD students in teaching also expanded. This study aims to identify how these changes affect quality in architecture education....

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  • New Materiality-towards ‘Media Environments

    Article presents media solutions providing new materiality of architectural spaces. Media solutions in architecture evolve in new forms. Articlepresentsboth the developmentof new technological solutionsas well as new ways of application of media solutions in relation toarchitectural form. The aim of the article is to show technical aspects of new materiality - intelligent materials, allowing transmission of changeable visual content...

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  • Participatory Budgeting in Poland – Missing Link in Urban Regeneration Process

    In last thirty years Poland has gone a long way toward democracy and decentralization. Role of public participation in planning is increasing rapidly and recently many new instruments of empowering the community is being introduced, participatory budgeting is one of the most important. On the other hand, urban regeneration is one of the most important challenges of polish cities are facing. Technical and transport infrastructure...

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  • Planning the City Against Barriers. Enhancing the Role of Public Spaces

    Contemporary cities are being fragmented by growing number of technical barriers like roads, railways, infrastructural objects, that generate variety of problems of different nature. The aim of the research is to present the issues connected with such barriers in the city and the ways of solving them. Main problems are e.g.: the destruction of the complexity of urban fabric, functional disadvantages, environmental and landscape...

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  • Process of Emergence of Smart Specialisation in Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland

    The European Commission puts a growing emphasis on the smart specialization as a tool of regional development. This term is present in a number of strategic development documents in the European Union, including Europe 2020, published by the European Commission in 2010. It implies the need for countries and regions to specialize as well as focus the development of innovation on areas that are consistent with their endogenous potentials. Objectives...

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  • Territorial Aspects of Entrepreneurial Activity in Polish Suburban Zones

    Globalization has led to an increased correlation and integration of various fields in modern civilization, including those connected with allocation of entrepreneurial functions. Connection, on a global scale, has shown an increased significance of worldwide corporations. Territorial allocation of the entrepreneurial function has become the subject of translocation and revaluation. Translocation can be understood as the change...

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  • The Review of the Selected Challenges for an Incorporation of Daylight Assessment Methods into Urban Planning in Poland

    The main objectives of this research it to find out if modern daylight assessment and design methods can be useful for urban residential planning in Poland. The study gives a chance to describe and appraise modern daylight design techniques. The other purpose is to illustrate how daylight knowledge could be used as an incentive to rethink the way urban environments are created. Although daylight design is acknowledged in literature...

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  • The Urban Mentoring as a New Method of Participatory Urban Planning in Poland

    Twenty-five years after the return of democracy and the beginning of basing the country's economy on neoliberal developmental paradigm, Poland adopted the regulations regarding management of urban policy, which had been wait for over a decade (accession to the EU). The National Urban Policy as well as the Act on revitalization have defined, in a modern manner, the field of cooperation between the local government, the administration...

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  • The Use of the Language of Mathematics as an Inspiration for Contemporary Architectural Design

    The purpose of the article is to present the evolution of the use of mathematical language as an inspiration for creating spatial, three-dimensional forms in art and architecture. The article focuses on the possibilities for art and architectural design ideas gained by contemporary mathematics, algorithms and computational parametric approach. The analysis of various examples represents the relationships between the composition...

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Year 2015
  • Observation Value Analysis – Integral Part of Bayesian Diagnostics

    The decision making process, in general, is understood as a process of selecting one of the available solutions to the problem. One of possible approaches supporting the process is Bayesian statistical decision theory providing a mathematical model to make decisions of a technical nature in conditions of uncertainty. Regarding above, a detailed subject of the research is to analyze the value of the observation, which is a part...

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  • Geotechnical Aspects of Dike Construction Using Soil-Ash Composites

    An analysis of using of anthropogenic materials, mainly ashes from Coal Combustion Products (CCP), for dike construction is shown. Perspectives of anthropogenic materials application in geotechnical engineering and their advantages in sense of the carbon dioxide reduction are discussed. According to regulations of Kioto Protocol 2005 and EU agreement “Energy Roadmap 2050” recycled materials have higher usage priority than natural...

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