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Folk architecture in Slovakia

Gabriela HabaМЃnМЊovaМЃ

Folk architecture in Slovakia

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Published by Academic Electronic Press in Bratislava .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Slovakia.
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture, Domestic -- Slovakia.,
    • Ethnic architecture -- Slovakia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[edited by Gabriela Habáňová ... et al. ; texts ... written by Gabriella Habáňová and Zuzana Liptayová ; translation, Kristina Limbecková].
      ContributionsLiptayová, Zuzana.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA7412.S54 H33 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination218 p. :
      Number of Pages218
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6846810M
      ISBN 108088880289
      LC Control Number00349293

      Similarly, Northern African vernacular often has very high thermal mass and small windows to keep the occupants cool, and in many cases also includes chimneys, not for fires but to draw air through the internal spaces. It was said to be the best way to keep good health during the whole year. For perceptive visitors, Banska Stiavnica is a wonderful place of architecture, history and ecology. The majority of the inhabitants of Slovakia are ethnically Slovak.

      The experiment failed, due to a variety of social and economic reasons, but is the first recorded attempt by an architect to address the social and environmental requirements of building users by adopting the methods and forms of the vernacular. Alexander Tarca, a graphic artist, assembled the material and designed the layout. A log cabin in the region of Kysuce Slovakia - an example of vernacular architecture in relatively cold mountain climate using local materials wood. There is probably nobody who visit Slovakia and is not excited about the natural charm of Slovak women. The town was made famous especially thanks to a native Master Paul of Levoca, Slovakia's greatest and most brilliant medieval artist.

      Mediterranean vernacular, and that of much of the Middle East, often includes a courtyard with a fountain or pond; air cooled by water mist and evaporation is drawn through the building by the natural ventilation set up by the building form. Martin Bosak, Ph. It is traditional to whip small children boys and girls as well; the children then receive sweets, especially chocolate eggs and bunnies. Customs and traditions Folk customs and traditions long affected the life of our predecessors. Vernacular Architecture is also used for the purposes of local citizens. The collapse of a relatively flimsy, lightweight structure is also less likely to cause serious injury than a heavy structure.


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Folk architecture in Slovakia by Gabriela HabaМЃnМЊovaМЃ Download PDF Ebook

On January 6th, boys Folk architecture in Slovakia book from door to door dressed up as the three Wise Men, singing carols and performing the Twelfth Night play, describing the Folk architecture in Slovakia book of the three Wide Men after the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, following a star.

Together they managed with meager personal belongings for their brief stay opting to use their luggage allowance for the weighty books instead. Climate[ edit ] One of the most significant influences on vernacular architecture is the macro climate of the area in which the building is constructed.

This remarkable work was created by Master Paul. Religion[ edit ] The majority of Slovak citizens identify themselves with Roman Catholicism although church attendance is Folk architecture in Slovakia book ; the second-largest group are people without confession.

On Easter Saturday, no masses are celebrated until midnight, and on Easter Sunday food is consecrated in churches and can be consumed again after the long period of fasting.

Wine is enjoyed throughout Slovakia. In polygamous communities there may be separate dwellings for different wives, and more again for sons who are too old to share space with the women of the family. During the best festivals the whole village, city, or even the whole region follows the festival, and you can feel folklore at every turn.

Slovak wine comes predominantly from the southern areas along the Danube and its tributaries; the northern half of the country is too cold and mountainous to grow grapevines. Tuhy, worked diligently to bring the translation into an easily readable form.

For example, on Holy Thursday it was recommended to awake early and bathe in the dew. Other festivals are more regional in nature, but their quality is usually comparable to that of these three festivals.

They even argue that the country can be especially proud of the grace the Slovak blondes were born with. The function of the building would be the dominant factor, aesthetic considerations, though present to some small degree, being quite minimal.

The town was made famous especially thanks to a native Master Paul of Levoca, Slovakia's greatest and most brilliant medieval artist. Elderly visitors can rest and browse through the books in the comfortable sitting area while not missing the surrounding atmosphere.

Today, the majority of Americans of Slovak ancestry have no practical speaking or reading knowledge of Slovak. Mediterranean vernacular, and that of much of the Middle East, often includes a courtyard with a fountain or pond; air cooled by water mist and evaporation is drawn through the building by the natural ventilation set up by the building form.

Darina J. The official state language is Slovak, a member of the Slavic Language Family, but Hungarian is also widely spoken in the south of the country and enjoys a co-official status in some municipalities, and many people understand Czech.

Since at least the Arts and Crafts Movementmany modern architects have studied vernacular buildings and claimed to draw inspiration from them, including aspects of the vernacular in their designs.

Within three weeks the authors had the book in their hands. Most customs were related to birth and death. The ground plan of the settlement remained practically unchanged with completely preserved wooden folk architecture.

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Contemporary Popular Music in Slovakia In the last decade, Folk architecture in Slovakia book have been many new music bands that became famous in Slovakia including No name, Desmod, Gladiator, and so on. For perceptive visitors, Banska Stiavnica is a Folk architecture in Slovakia book place of architecture, history and ecology.

More recently, the neoclassical Dolna Krupa manor hosted Beethoven as he composed the Moonlight Sonata. Surviving authentic architecture in the middle of a picturesque valley has a unique synergistic relationship with the natural environment. They collected and editing folk songs.

Along with him, modern proponents of the use of the vernacular in architectural design include Charles Correaa well known Indian architect; Muzharul Islam and Bashirul Haqinternationally known Bangladeshi architects ; Balkrishna Doshianother Indian, who established the Vastu-Shilpa Foundation in Ahmedabad to research the vernacular architecture of the region; and Sheila Sri Prakash who has used rural Indian architecture as an inspiration for innovations in environmental and socio-economically sustainable design and planning.

Noble discourages use of the term primitive architecture as having a negative connotation.Slovakia is a special country. Even in such a small area, you’ll find everything from natural treasures and historical monuments to rich folk culture and modern entertainment in the busy city streets.

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