Doktorské konference FA ČVUT /
PhD conferences FA CTU
Reshetnikova Tatiana, M.A.
|Architecture and Urbanism: Contemporary Research /
7th International Doctoral Conference
Konference byla podpořena v rámci Studentské vědecké konference ČVUT, SVK 3718/F5
7th international conference "Architecture and Urbanism: Contemporary research" took place at the Faculty of Architecture, Czech Technical University in Prague on December 7th – 8th, 2017. The even.t focused on the doctoral students of architecture, urbanism and related fields from the region of Central Europe. All conference papers have been reviewed.
The Iconic Movement Definition
|téma doktorské práce ||Unique architecture influence on the development of the megalopolis context. Case studies of German and Russian unique architecture|
|škola ||Architecture and Urbanism, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany|
|školitel ||Eckardt Frank, Prof. Dr.|
|anotace ||Since building became a representation of religion, power, culture, or technology, a phenomenon
of iconic architecture started. How could these buildings be defined? When did the movement begin?
What main features could be named? Each historical stage formed icons: whether ancient times religious
or today commercial. For the first post-modernism iconic building, designed by Le Corbusier in the 1950s, the chapel of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp (France) is admitted. The later iconic building, which started a trend of contemporary iconicity in architecture, is the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, opened in 1997, and created by architect-celebrity Frank O. Gehry. According to researches, the iconic building trend illustrated a strategy of a planned attraction by the implement of an impressive and symbolic form, being designed by a famous architect.|