Course detail

Revitalisation and Renovation of Residential Areas

FA-ROSAcad. year: 2020/2021

Aim subject is complex familiarization with problems renewal, reconstruction and revitalization seats in conditions sustainable development. Subject is bent especially on terms needs renewal and reconstruction seats and on his procedural aspects. Combination lectures - introductions to the surveyed phenomenon - and instantaneous application gained information in terms of seminars, laies behind aim not only students about problems renewal and reconstruction seats inform, but learn is new acquirements apply practically.


Department of Monument Care (UPP)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Student will be able to recognize basic patterns in the development of settlements and their structures.
Student wil be able to analyze wider relationships in the area and identify conflict situations in settlement.
Student will be apprise with the problematics and differences of work in rural and urban environment.
Student will asquire a conceptual approach to the settlement with its broader context.
Student will learn how to designed and realize public spaces.


Professional orientation in issues of urban design, urban planning and land development. Basic knowledge of the development of the main problems of contemporary cities.


Not applicable.

Recommended optional programme components

Not applicable.

Recommended or required reading

Anderson Barnes, W.: Rozvoj v městském centru - rozvojová společnost Pennsylvania Avenue - příklad plánu a realizace (CS)
Berman, N.L. a kol.: Strategické plánování a ekonomický rozvoj, Moderní obec č. 3/99 – příloha (CS)
Blažek, B.: Participace obyvatel na zpracování územně plánovací dokumentace, Ecoterra, Praha,1996 (CS)
Colquhoun, I.: Urban Regeneration (In International Perspective), B.T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1995 (EN)
Caine, A.: Oceňování nemovitostí. Ekonomie v městském plánování, ÚHA města Prahy, Praha, 1991 (CS)
Gehl, J.: Life Between Buildings, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York 1987. Gehl, J., Gemzoe, L., Public Spaces. Public Life, The Danish Architectural Press and The Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Publishers, Copenhagen, 1996 (EN)
Europa and architecture tomorrow, ČKA, Letenská 5, Praha I, 1997 (EN)
Goodall, B., Dictionary of Human Geography, Penguin Books, London 1987 (EN)
Evropská charta urbanismu, Rozhodnutí EU č.234, 1992 (CS)
Halík, P., Kratochvíl, P., Nový, O.: Architektura a město. Academia Praha. 1996. ISBN 80-200-0245-6 (CS)
Gehl, J., Gemzoe, L., Public Spaces. Public Life, The Danish Architectural Press and The Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Publishers, Copenhagen, 1996 (EN)
Jacobs, A.B.: Great Streets, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993 (EN)
Maier, K. – Řezáč, V.: Ekonomika v území, Urbanistická ekonomika a územní rozvoj, ČVUT, Praha, 1997 (CS)
Jacobsová, J.: Smrt a život amerických velkoměst, Odeon, Praha, 1976 (CS)
Šilhánková, V. – Koutný, J. Příklady rekonstrukce a obnovy sídel, úkol FRVŠ, Brno, 2000 (CS)
Komrska J., Boháč B.: Aktuální vývoj teorie urbanismu a nové trendy v prostorovém plánování. Bratislava – Newcastle –Grenoble – Hannover, 2000, ISBN 80-88999-01-4 (CS)
Vyhláška Ministerstva pro místní rozvoj č. 131/1998 Sb. o územně plánovacích podkladech a územně plánovací dokumentaci (CS)
Lynch,K.: The Image of The City, 1992 (EN)
Zákon č. 50/1976 Sb. o územním plánování a stavebním řádu (stavební zákon) (CS)
Marhold, K. a kol.: Obnova sídel, ČVUT, Praha, 19921999, č. 1, str. 8 – 10 (CS)
Navrátilová, A. - Markvart, J.: Programy rozvoje, strategické plány a jiné rozvojové dokumenty obcí ČR, Urbanismus a územní rozvoj 1999, č. 1, str. 8 – 10 (CS)
Norberg-Schulz, C.: Genius Loci,1994 (CS)
Proměny městských center, konference - Asociace pro urbanismus, Čelákovice 1997 (CS)
Sitte, C.: Stavba měst podle uměleckých zásad, 1995 (CS)
Šilhánková, V. – Koutný, J. Příklady rekonstrukce a obnovy sídel, úkol FRVŠ, Brno, 2000 (CS)
Zákon č. 183/2006 Sb. o územním plánování a stavebním řádu (stavební zákon) (CS)

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

The evaluation is based on processing of assigned tasks. Specification contains written assignment submited at the beginning of the semester. Percentage of each task is the same. Assessment of assignment is 100 %. Assessment is based on meeting attendance and presentations.

Language of instruction


Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

Actuality and data renewal seats – pilot lecture subject.
Development opinions on renewal and reconstruction seats.
Conception,office and purposes renewal and reconstruction seats.
Strategic planning.
Social aspects renewal and reconstruction seats.
Economics aspects renewal and reconstruction seats.
Political, legislative and institutional aspects renewal and reconstruction seats.
Way and progress scheduling and process management renewal and reconstruction seats.
Reconstruction in historical nuclei and town centres.
Humanization living environment.
Reconstruction production and specific sets.
Reconstruction suburban and provincial territory.
Public funds premises like detectors qualities life in town.


The objective is to make students acquainted with the problems of the renewal and redevelopment of settlements.The subject deals in particular with the circumstances and needs of the redevelopment of settlements, and with its procedural aspects. By combining lectures - introduction to the examined phenomenon - with immediate application of the gained information in the framework of a seminar, the students gain not only information on problems of the renewal and redevelopment of settlements, but also the ability to apply the newly gained skills in practice.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

Student is obliged to attend more than 75 % of seminars, elaborate assigned tasks and at least three presentations in seminars.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme ARCHURB Master's

    branch ARCHURB , 1. year of study, winter semester, 2 credits, compulsory-optional

Type of course unit


Special seminar

26 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer