Detail publikace

The architectural rhythm of a small town ... is very familiar to as. A Small Town as an Aesthetic Ideal of the Twentieth Century.

Originální název

The architectural rhythm of a small town ... is very familiar to as. A Small Town as an Aesthetic Ideal of the Twentieth Century.

Anglický název

The architectural rhythm of a small town ... is very familiar to as. A Small Town as an Aesthetic Ideal of the Twentieth Century.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Our book presents the results of research carried out by scholars of various disciplines (historians, sociologist, architects, and art specialists) and is focussed on the status of contemporary small towns in several European countries. The authors study how town managers and others try to make the best of the not very favourible situation of being a relatively unimportant, peripheral dependent on a large, influential urban conglomerate. In addition, they examine how architects and planners view the organization of space in a small town.

Anglický abstrakt

Our book presents the results of research carried out by scholars of various disciplines (historians, sociologist, architects, and art specialists) and is focussed on the status of contemporary small towns in several European countries. The authors study how town managers and others try to make the best of the not very favourible situation of being a relatively unimportant, peripheral dependent on a large, influential urban conglomerate. In addition, they examine how architects and planners view the organization of space in a small town.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT156117,
  author="Martin {Horáček}",
  title="The architectural rhythm of a small town ... is very familiar to as. A Small Town as an Aesthetic Ideal of the Twentieth Century.",
  annote="Our book presents the results of research carried out by scholars of various disciplines (historians, sociologist, architects, and art specialists) and is focussed on the status of contemporary small towns in several European countries. The authors study how town managers and others try to make the best of the not very favourible situation of being a relatively unimportant, peripheral dependent on a large, influential urban conglomerate. In addition, they examine how architects and planners view the organization of space in a small town.",
  address="Karolinum press",
  booktitle="Small Towns in Europe in the 20th and 21st Centuries",
  chapter="156117",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Karolinum press",
  year="2017",
  month="july",
  pages="52--73",
  publisher="Karolinum press",
  type="book chapter"
}