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Tradicionalismus na vysokých školách a v praxi: urbanismus, architektura, sochařství, ornament, malířství a design
Adamec, Emil
Traditionalism combines urbanism, architecture, sculpture, ornament, painting, and design into one complex. According to statistics, the public favours traditional architecture and urbanism. Traditional design, computer technology, a scientific approach to theory, ornament in architecture, and scaling in urbanism are the proposed solutions here. Vitruvius, Palladio, Camillo Sitte, Léon Krier, Roger Scruton or Nikos A. Salingaros, medieval cities, and imperial or New Urbanism offer sustainability, and quality design. In heritage conservation, traditionalism provides an alternative to the Venice Charter and the Athens Charter. Accredited schools of architecture, art and design will be asked whether traditionalism is being taught at their institutions. Workshops and courses in traditionalism for students might support a specialized field of study, interdisciplinary cooperation and exchange between schools. Keeping local traditions is important for human existence, cultural maturity and a healthy lifestyle.

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