Nuo urvinio būsto iki šiuolaikinio megalopolio

917992

Jurgis Vanagas

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The book presents a study into a millenium-long history of human habitations and setlements starting from the primitive shelters of prehistoric human beings and their compounds fenced by sharp stakes to the fully equipped up-to-date dwellings and giant urban systems – sophisticated agglomerations and immense megalopolises. The publication reveals the main evolutionary stages of the history of the human living environment along with generated motivation, major factors and development of artistic styles and describes the growing complexity of urban shape and structure. The reader is introduced the most important epoch-making programmes, theoretical and practical doctrines and ideological reasons related to the processes mentioned above. The monograph particularly focuses on the personalities of the most oustanding inventors and reformers, including their input in the development phenomenon of the human material environment. The author emphasizes the urgent necessity to constantly explore the age-old experience of mankind thus forming the human habitat and invites to searching for the new forms of surroundings facing the unstoppable growth of global population. The book is intended for university students dealing with architecture, town planning, urban ingeneering and related fields as well as for a wide circle of the readers interested in the evolution of the human built environment.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3846/1996-M

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917992
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Year:
2012
ISBN:
978-609-457-080-3
eISBN:
978-609-457-081-0
Imprint No:
1996-M
Dimensions:
210×240 mm
Pages:
194 p.
Cover:
Softcover
Language:
Lithuanian
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