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    • Building Narkofim house in Moscow : lessons from the Weimar Republic 

      Movilla, Daniel; Sotoca García, Adolfo; Gyurkovich, Mateusz (2018)
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      In the scenario of instability and change that characterised the USSR during the 1920s, the group of constructivist architects led by Moisey Ginzburg were tackling the problem of the lack of housing for workers in large ...
    • Energy efficiency in the residential market and implications for architecture education in Spain 

      Marmolejo Duarte, Carlos Ramiro; Del Moral Ávila, Consuelo; Delgado Méndez, Luis; Spairani Berrio, Silvia; Botton Halfon, Jocelyne; Pérez Lamas, Carlos; Chen, Ai; Gyurkovich, Mateusz (2019)
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      In this article, the authors have summarised the main findings of an empirical programme aimed at exploring the relevance of energy efficiency, as measured by the energy performance certificates (EPCs), in the Spanish ...
    • Greenery as an element of shaping urban public spaces dedicated to culture 

      Sotoca García, Adolfo; Gyurkovich, Mateusz (2018)
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      Architectural and urban structures and complexes associated with cultural functions in European cities currently constitute elements of their spatial structure that are significant to their status and image. They co-create ...
    • Hydrourban spatial development model for a resilient inner-city: the example of Gdańsk 

      Matusik, Agnieszka; Racoń-Leja, Kinga; Gyurkovich, Mateusz; Dudzic-Gyurkovich, Karolina (Centre de Politica de Sol i Valoracions, CPSV / Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, UPC, 2020-06)
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      Las ciudades que muestran signos tanto de crecimiento como de contracción y que, sin embargo, sobreviven, muestran tendencias a ser resistentes. Su proceso de desarrollo puede ser visto como pulsativo. El objetivo del ...
    • Impact of multipurpose culture spaces on postindustrial european cities 

      Gyurkovich, Mateusz (International Forum on Urbanism / Escola Técnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona, 2012-01)
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      From the beginning of human history and civilization, the meaningful architectural pieces have been widely visited by the millions of tourists, frequently called themselves piligrims, merchands or conquerors. Even though ...
    • In search of the urban composition of sub-centres in polycentric european metropolises 

      Gyurkovich, Mateusz (Centre de Política del Sòl i Valoracions - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2012-02)
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      In spite of its tempestuous history, Europe managed to preserve and save the crucial elements of the urban structure of most cities which determine their urbanity. The uncontrolled growth of polycentric metropolitan areas ...
    • Quality of social space in selected contemporary multifamily housing complexes in Poland’s three biggest cities 

      Gyurkovich, Mateusz; Sotoca García, Adolfo (Institute of Physics (IOP), 2019)
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      The investment boom in multi-family residential buildings observable in Polish metropolises at the turn of the 20th century seems to have slowed down. Due to the growing difficulty in obtaining and repaying mortgages, ...
    • Supermanzana in Practice: Ability to Create People Friendly Spaces upon the Example of Selected Barcelona-Based Projects 

      Gyurkovich, Mateusz; Poklewski-Koziell, Damian; Marmolejo Duarte, Carlos Ramiro (Institute of Physics (IOP), 2019)
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      This paper is a result of an in situ study carried out in September 2017 in Barcelona. Its objective was to assess the effectiveness of the spatial policy of the city in terms of promoting sustainable mobility, traffic ...
    • Towards de Cracow metropolis: a dream or a reality. Selected issues. 

      Gyurkovich, Mateusz; Sotoca García, Adolfo (Tadeusz Kosciuszko University of Technology, 2018)
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      Cracow, the former capital of Poland and currently the second-largest Polish city, dreams of becoming the most important metropolis – not only of the Lesser Poland region, but also of the entire southern and south-eastern ...
    • Vistula River Valley in Cracow: from an Urban Barrier to a New Axis of Culture in the Scale of the City 

      Gyurkovich, Mateusz; Dudzic-Gyurkovich, Karolina; Matusik, Agnieszka; Racoń-Leja, Kinga (Centre de Politica de Sol i Valoracions, CPSV / Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, UPC, 2021-02)
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      El centro de la ciudad de Cracovia ha sido testigo del desarrollo insostenible de las últimas décadas. Las orillas del río Vístula, que lo atraviesan, permanecen sin urbanizar, incluso a lo largo de su sección del centro. ...