Argument › No. 1/2009

Argument 1/2009

]re[generate of the urban / architectural landscape

Coordinator:
Prof.dr.arh. Daniela Rădulescu - Andronic
Cover:
Lect.dr.arh. Marina Mihăilă
Graphics:
des. Roland Vasiliu
DTP, editing, translations:
arh. Maria Mănescu

© 2009 Editura Universitară „Ion Mincu” Bucureşti


The theme of scientific lectures session with international participation held by UAUIM (June the 29th-30 2009) – “]RE[GENERATE OF THE URBAN/ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE, between landmarks, priorities and limits.” – is the subject of this first volume. Through valuable lecture-works selection and presentation of the participants, we are trying to open a substantial dialog regarding architectural creation. It is about discussing the esthetic identity of the present and the evolution of the style as a result of social and technological transformation ,based on ARGUMENTS.

The structure of the book (in 3 chapters ) suggests the fact that urban regeneration could be imagined:

  • through past values assimilation – LANDMARKS;
  • through establishment of some present or future PRIORITIES;
  • and through capturing of present blockage elements, defining some LIMITS (territorial limits, conception limits, legislation limits etc.).

1. Landmarks

Georgică Mitrache
Interpretations of Traditional Architectural Elements

Horia Dinulescu
Tradition and reference in the Neo Romanian style

Dan Dinoiu
Modernist architecture of Bucharest: milestones, priorities, limits

Maria Icoana Săbăilă Pavlovici
Identity models of Luxembourg - Mosel Valley cultural landscape Banat

Mihaela Pelteacu
Theories of the surface in architecture

Cerasella Crăciun
Urban landscape - between "place of memory" and "place of action"

Nicolae Tulban
Church space, or about inclusion of the incomprehensible

Maria Boștenaru Dan
The architectural landscape in the interwar time and the need of re generation today – geographical parcours Romania, Italy, Greece, the rest of Europe

2. Priorities

Paul Angelier
Towards discovering a new flexibility

Marina Mihăilă
ar(t)chitecture_art, imagination, perception, architecture_

Melania Dulămea
Architecture - Neuroscience. Introduction for an interdisciplinary approach of design process

Ionuț Piatră-Ionescu
Contemporary ecological architecture style

Codruța Iana
Quality certification system „building for life.” Example of application for rehabilitation of Angel Town Neighborhood, London

Radu-Petre Năstase
Urban Regeneration Model – Netherlands. Case Study – Breda

Mariana Duțescu
Regenaration at human scale

Cristina Enache
European City in the Information Age

Cristina Constantinescu
Priorities in capitalization and efficiency of urban space

Cristina Pană
Architectural lighting in urban landscape. ]]] re [[[ generation of the nocturnal urban landscape

3. Limits

Vladimir Nicula
Public space temporary privacy

Oana Căplescu
Hybrid Spaces

Ioan Miloș
The ethics of psichological manipulation with references to the architect-client rapport

Mihaela Zamfir (Grigorescu)
Rehabilitation of collective residential ensambles as a regenerating factor of the urban and architectural landscape

Andrei Eugen Lakatos, Mihaela Pelteacu
Functional Reconversion and Urban Regeneration. National Museum of Contemporary Art

Ioan Miloș
Is architecture a fashion?