Project Documentation Folders “Urban Density Lab Lviv 2019, 2018”
The academic format of the "Urban Density Labs Lviv" has been developed successfully - in its methodology, in the respective results as well as through the associated exhibition projects also in the dissemination - over the last years of its implementation both the demand for information content with a broader impact was araising.
Accordingly, we had decided to produce a so-called “project documentation folder” of the two immediately preceding semester projects 2019 and 2018.
This folder are designed as a folding folder (A5 on A3) and contain in graphic form:
- objectives and task definition as well as the technical key data of the overall project;
- information about the requirements of the sites to be processed in Lviv;
- methodical phases of the entire semester program;
- selected project results designed by students.
The folders serve both as dissemination material for the work in our academic cooperation and as orientation for students in subsequent semesters about the contents of the so-called "Urban Density Labs Lviv".
Architectural Studies is a scientific journal periodically published by the Institute of Architecture of Lviv Polytechnic National University since 2015. The journal provides peer-reviewed articles in the fields of Urban Studies, Urban Design, Architectural Design and Planning History.
For more information and submission of articles:
Lviv Polytechnic National University 2015
Identität, Architektur und Rekonstruktion der Stadt
Bohdan Cherkes‘ book „Identity, Architecture and Reconstruction of the City“ looks at possible definitions of architectural and planning principles during the process of searching for national identity and the formation of public centres in capital cities. Using the examples of Kyiv, Moscow, Berlin and Warsaw, Bohdan Tscherkes illustrates the analogies and differences which determine national identity of various cultures in architecture and city planning. The categories Identity and National Identity are examined in detail just as the method of considering identities when looking at the development and transformation of public urban centres.
“This book is food for thought and provocation, especially when looking at the political landscape and the changes that took place since the fall of 2013, giving this analysis and its result an unexpected topicality”.
Prof. Werner Durth, Author of “Baukultur: Spiegel gesellschaftlichen Wandels”
Printed with the support of the National Univeristy “Lvivska Polytechnika”, Lviv, Ukraine, the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy in Vienna and the architecture firm “Zelemin”.
Lemberg Lviv. Architecture and City. 100 Landmark Buildings
In recent years, the city of Lviv has become increasingly interesting for art and culture tourists and established itself as a prominent European urban tourism destination. This trend is borne by a vivid urban and architecture history that spans from the Medieval Epoch to contemporary 21st century architecture.
LEMBERG LVIV – Architecture & City sketches an architectural portrait on the basis of 100 landmark buildings. The selection of the most important buildings of the medieval Old Town as well as those 19th century buildings under the influence of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy reflects Lviv's historic variety. The impressive functionalist buildings of the interwar period, some of which are threatened by dilapidation, constitute a further focus point. Buildings of the Soviet period and of independent Ukraine after 1991 complete the selection.
The „100 landmark buildings“ also comprise urban design ensembles such as monuments, parks and cemeteries. Important urban development key data, information on the most significant urban characteristics and a detailed introduction to Lviv’s urban history at the beginning of the guide complete this compact architectural image of the city. The often close linkage between architectural and culinary interest culminates in individual restaurant and bar recommendations at the end of the book.
LEMBERG LVIV – Architecture & City was written by a research team of Vienna University of Technology and L'vivska Polytechnic within the frame of an academic cooperation that has been ongoing for many years.
MEHR-WERT Architekur & Raumplanung
Program Science Day 2012
University of Technology Vienna 2012
Container City Kilometer 7
German / English
Bandstadt Charkiv 2011
Bandstadt Charkiv 2010
Lemberg Lviv. Handbuch Architektur und Stadt
German / Ukrainian
Higher Education. Kooperationen. Vienna University of Technology I National University Lviv Polytechnic
Publication about the activites of the academic cooperation between the two universities.
Ukrainian / English
Urbane Metamorphose für die Krim
Architektur Geschichte der Krim
Jalta 1945 - Die Konferenz zur Neuordnung Europas
Aktuelle Aspekte der Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung in der Ukraine
Jurij Kryworutschko, Gennadij Schulga
Die urbane Karriere von Jalta
Christina Fried, Thomas Pamminger
Artek: der Ort als Traum. Entstehung und Realität eines internationalen Erholungslagers für Kinder
Polytechnik-1. 50 Jahre eines Universitätserholungsheims in Alushta
Alushta: Stadt und Raum
Sandra Schwarz, Melanie Lutz
Stadt und Wasser. Eine Promenade für Alushta
Die Krimtataren – ihre Architektur und Geschichte
Tanja Mayr, Susanne Marenberg
An die Fontäne im Palast der Bachtschissaraj
Alexander Sergejewitsch Puschkin
Aktuelle Siedlungsentwicklung der Krimtataren
Tanja Mayr, Susanne Marenberg
Rückkehr an die Peripherie
Ein Gespräch mit Server Suleiman
Neue Identität für Alushta: eine Stadt mit Rückgrat
Stefan J. Hietler, Christian Scharf
Zwischen Idylle und Realität – der (in)formelle Alltag auf der Krim
Hofer Andreas - "Das neue Gesicht des organisierten Glücks. Der Wandel des Ferienlagers Artek auf der Halbinsel Krim."; in: POLIS. Zeitschrift für Stadt- und Baukultur
Mitteilungsorgan der Deutschen Akademie für Stadt- und Landesplanung, 2/2004 (2004), 2; S. 38 - 40