dr hab. inż. arch. Izabela Mironowicz
- Profesor uczelni w Katedra Urbanistyki i Planowania Regionalnego
Education for urban, regional and spatial planning has become a regular subject throughout most European nations; this can be attributed in part to European policies promoting planning and spatially balanced development, but also to the recognition that planning can support sustainability. Nevertheless, there is lingering and justifiable concern about the status, profile and recognition of planning as a profession in its own right...
Big Beautiful Buildings: Eine Schönheit, viele Maßstäbe - urbane Landschaften der Nachkriegsmoderne in Europa / Big Beautiful Buildings: one beauty, many scales - urban landscapes of the post-war modernism across Europe
Massive urbanization in Europe is not a phenomenon that began only in the 20th century. The roots of this process can be traced back two centuries. With the end of the Second World War the specific conjunction of powerful forces together changed the landscape of European cities. Urbanization was undoubtedly one of them. Among other factors, Musterd and van Kempen (2005) correctly itemized not only objective processes that can be...
Only a few cities can claim that they have changed Europe and indeed the World. Gdańsk is privileged to be one of them. It is not a “caprice of history” that the Solidarity movement which, in the end, got the iron curtain torn, was born in this particular place. It is a logical consequence of ten centuries of the collective wisdom of the people that built Gdańsk and the region of Pomerania. The tragic assassination of the Mayor...
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