Kai kurie teoriniai šių dienų megapolio miestovaizdžio formavimo aspektai

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Kai kurie teoriniai šių dienų megapolio miestovaizdžio formavimo aspektai
Alternative Title:
Some theoretical aspects of townscape formation of contemporary megapolis
In the Journal:
Urbanistika ir architektūra. 2005, t. 29, Nr. 1, p. 19-29
Linijinis hipertekstas; Megapolis; Miestovaizdis; Miestovaizdžio ir verbalinio teksto analogija.
Analogy of townscape and verbal text; Linear hypertext; Megapolis; Townscape.
Summary / Abstract:

LTTaikant miestovaizdžio-teksto ir verbalinio teksto analogiją ir remiantis Lewis Mumford teorija, aptariami kai kurie miestovaizdžio evoliucijos aspektai. Analizuojama ir pagrindžiama šių dienų megapolio miestovaizdžio hipertekstualizacijos idėja, įvardijamos kai kurios taikant šią analogiją išryškintos megapolio miestovaizdžio modeliavimo ir formavimo teorinės problemos, nurodomos jų sprendimo gairės. [Iš leidinio]

ENTownscape is an urban structure which as a versatile phenomenon reflects cultural manifestations and transformations. By considering the structuring of townscape as the formation of an integral whole of cultural artefacts and by focusing on semiotic theories as well as theories extended by cultural-historical psychology, contemporary architects face an urgent task of building a 'living' body of the town related with the cultural context by semantic ties. By employing the townscape-text analogy, the author offers an assumption that the most exhaustive analysis of alterations taking place in the structure of a verbal text could well serve in the exposure of townscape transformations. On the basis of correspondence between the transformation of polis into megapolis discussed by Lewis Mumford, and emergence of a principally novel textual form expressing the values of an alienated culture, a contemporary Western megapolitan townscape is patterned as a hypertext. The discussed questions are as follows: do hypertextual features really operate in a megapolitan townscape? What are the spatial forms and limits of such an expression? What practical tasks does it raise?. [Text from author]

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