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2008 | 32 | 4 | 221-231
Article title

PARADOXES OF POSITIONING URBAN SCIENCE AND EDUCATION IN THE LITHUANIAN CLASSIFICATORS (Urbanistikos Mokslo IR Studiju Vietos Lietuvos Klasifikatoriuose Paradoksai)

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LT
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Urban Design and Planning, being a significant field of architect's professional activity, science and education, in the Lithuanian classificators of science (1998) and education (2001) is replaced by Land Management which is concerned with another field closely related to engineering management of rural territories. The paper discusses differences in the conception of these disciplines, and need of correcting the classificators is suggested with intention to create reasonable development conditions for the science and education of urban design and planning corresponding to those existing in the other EU countries. Some of the conceptions and incorrectly used concepts of the Law on Territory Planning requiring changes are indicated. It is stated that during 11-19 years an inadequate approach to a complex and socially urgent matter, related with culture, science and art, has brought the urban development of the country to a situation having evident attributes of chaos. Most damage is done to the architecture of towns, where the role of urban design activity, defining the conceptions of built-up morphostructure, urban complexes and the architecture of public spaces, is essential. Sustainable compositional development of a town defining its individual image and aesthetic attraction also depends on the qualification of a participating architect urbanist and his role in a team of planners. A model of positioning urban design and planning in the systematic conception of architect's professional activity, science and education as well as possibilities of supplementing the classificators are proposed.
Contributors
  • Zigmas J.Daunora, Urbanistikos katedra, Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas, Pylimo g. 26/Traku g. 1, LT-01132 Vilnius, Lithuania
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10LTAAAA084324
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