Science – Future of Lithuania / Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis, Vol 2, No 3 (2010)

Present Challenges Faced by the Young Scientists Interested in Architecture

Gintaras Stauskis


The article presents an update on the actual topics of research in diverse lines of urban and volumetric architecture with an outline of important social, economical and environmental areas. Modern research should involve partnership from the public sector and business, Topics for research could be obtained in the above introduced areas, thus practically implementing and testing the results of research. The articles of recent publication have been peer-reviewed and evaluated by the members of the scientific committee of the conference. Eleven articles have been selected. Eight authors are representatives of VGTU. The papers produced by the authors from Riga Technical University, the University of Weimar and Vilnius Academy of Arts have also been chosen. The topics of the selected articles reveal the authors’ interests in the traditional and non-conventional areas of research. Urban structure and identity, landscape and recreation, mobility and architectural heritage aspects are reflected in the picked out papers.

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Keyword(s): economic development; public services; architectural science; research; urban development

DOI: 10.3846/mla.2010.046

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