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Architects and their Societies (ebook)

Autorzy:   Anna Kobylińska, Maciej Falski

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The idea of looking at the architects operating within the cultural framework of the Habsburg Empire, embedded in this book, stems from our previous research. It has its roots in the research on Slavic peripheral narratives, conducted by the Research Group on the Slavic Cultures in the Habsburg Monarchy (http://uwhabsburgstudies.uw.edu.pl/), which has operated since 2011 at the Institute of Western and Southern Slavic Studies of the University of Warsaw. We studied the issue of peripheral attitudes towards both national narratives, created after 1861 by the Slovak, Czech and Croatian elites, and the imperial project imposed by Vienna and Budapest. Faithful to the microlevel approach, we looked at figures, spaces and social phenomena that do not fit into the stereotypical view of national historiography (Anna Kobylińska, Maciej Falski). The value of the book is in shedding light on quite many underrated or allegedly well-known persons, places, and buildings within a clear and persuasive theoretical framework. Original in its comparative perspective, as well as in its chronology (trespassing the demise of the Empire usually seen as a clear-cut caesura), the volume offers well-grounded hints in the interpretation of architecture. Written by specialists who convincingly provide synthetic information, it can be recommended to a wider audience interested in cultural phenomena. Going beyond disciplinary boundaries, the chapters sharpen the eyes of the reader and provide guidance in reading the specificity of places. Well-known monuments seem more complex and appealing. Provincial towns appear not as belated environments but receptacles of forgotten layers of modernity (Prof. Daniel Baric, Sorbonne Université, Paris).

  • Contents
    • Anna Kobylińska, Maciej Falski
      • Seismographs of culture. Prolegomena
        • References
      • Dragan Damjanović
      • Gothic Revival at the borders of Catholic Christianity: State politics, patrons and architects in 19th-century Croatian architecture
        • Introduction
        • Early neo-Gothic style in Croatia (18001870)
        • Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer, Friedrich von Schmidt and the adoption of neo-Gothic in Croatia in the 1870s
        • Restoration of the Zagreb Cathedral
        • Neo-Gothic dominance in Croatian architecture of the 1880s
        • Neo-Gothic and the attempt at forming a national Croatian style
        • Schmidts students and neo-Gothic restorations in Croatia
        • Neo-Gothic in public and church architecture in Croatia in the late 19th and early 20th century
        • References
      • Anna Kobylińska
      • Architects from the periphery: Ján Nepomuk Bobula and Blažej Félix Bulla. Genealogy of localness
        • Roads leading to and from centres
        • Density of locality (in the centres and on the peripheries)
        • Hidden locality (in details, ornaments, homes)
        • Dispersed locality
        • References
      • Dominika Kaniecka
      • Zagreb after the 1880 earthquake The revived city and its architect
        • I
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
        • References
      • Maciej Falski
      • Architects of a provincial town
        • Professional networks
        • Public procurement
        • Provincial city
        • References
      • Jasenka Kranjčević
      • Tourism architecture by Czech architects on the Croatian Adriatic coast during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
        • Expansion of tourism and spa resorts in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
        • Tourism development of the Croatian Adriatic coast
        • Tourism architecture and spatial identity of spa towns
        • Czech influence on the tourism architecture on the Croatian Adriatic coast
        • Czech architects working on the Croatian Adriatic coast
        • The legacy of Czech architects on the Croatian Adriatic coast in lieu of a conclusion
        • References
      • Michał Burdziński
      • Poets who moved the air: Stanisław Witkiewicz Dušan Samuel Jurkovič
        • Verse and timber framing
        • Breath of mythical air and reality
        • The self and forms of externalization
        • Emanation
        • Question
        • References
      • Aleksander Łupienko
      • Architects in Galicia and the city. The question of history and modernity before World War I
        • References
        • Primary Sources
        • Secondary Sources
      • Magdalena Bystrzak
      • Languages of interwar progressivism: Friedrich Weinwurm in Bratislava
        • A human does not live in order to have a house, yet has a house in order to live
        • Fragmentary sources, few testimonies
        • Unclear biography
        • Bratislava in the new times
        • The socially engaged architect
        • Final remarks
        • References
      • Danuta Sosnowska
      • Beyond the limits eccentric H.
        • Questions and diagnoses
        • Present. Absent
        • Known/unknown work
        • References
        • On-line sources
  • Index of people
  • Index of places
    • Names of streets and city quarters
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