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Earthen surfaces in contemporary architecture

By Kateřina Šmardová

Abstract

The theme of this thesis are surfaces made of unburned earth and used in architecture. The thesis focuses mainly on detailed mapping and analysis of the present state. However, it does not omit the historical roots of earthen surfaces in the area of today`s Czech Republic. In these roots it looks for connections with contemporary practice. The thesis deduces conclusions from thorough evaluation of the present situation – it shows perspectives and possible drift of the future development of earthen surfaces. Both in the field of architecture and in areas broadening this field

Topics: art technique; estetika; výtvarná technika; earth floor; interior clime; earth paint; trvale udržitelný rozvoj; earth surface; aesthetics; vernacular architecture; dekorační technika.; hliněná omítka; sustainable development; lidová architektura; interiérové klima; Unburned earth; hliněná podlaha; hliněná malba; decorative technique.; hliněná konstrukce; hliněný povrch; Nepálená hlína; earth construction; earth plaster
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta architektury
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:233241
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