Urbanism IV - Design
Students will acquire information concerning urban design, morphology, topography and typology of settlement structures, relations between mass, space and activities in settlements, forms and structure of public space, infrastructure influences on an urban fabric, new tendencies. What are the questions of today that require the search for answers ? Next theme is suburbanization and different types of urbanistic low-rise formations and buildings, inclusive the problem of "urban sprawl". The last theme is countryside, villages and settlements in open space, historical and regional points of view, the nature of landscape frame within cadaster limits. Changes (transformations) within the countryside during the last century, namely in agriculture technologies, housing, transportation etc. Within the whole subject theoretical background will be combined with practical field studies.
The minimum number of students to open the course is 5. EXCEPTION for self-paying students: if there are less than 5 students, the course will be taught in consultations.