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2003 | 1-2 | 229-232
Article title

IDEA MIASTA-OGRODU A TERENY ZIELENI WARSZAWY Materiały z seminarium 30 października 2002, Warszawa, Wyd. OW SARP, 2002, red. S. Gzell, M. Sołtys, A. Tratkiewicz-Nawrocka, 56 s., il. barwne i cz.-b., plany, mapy, format 20 x 28,5 cm

Content
Title variants
EN
THE IDEA OF A GARDEN CITY AND THE GREEN BELT IN WARSAW
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The publication Idea miastaogrodu a tereny zieleni Warszawy (The Idea of a Garden City and the Green Belt in Warsaw), edited by S. Gzell, M. Sołtys and A. Tratkiewicz-Nawrocka, is the outcome of a seminar and an exhibition under the same title, held in Warsaw in 2002. The seminar was organised by the Warsaw branch of the Society of Architects of the Republic of Poland together with the State Archive of the Capital City of Warsaw. The whole event was part of the Second Autumn Meetings of Architects and Town Planners. The publication contains six papers read at the meeting and addressed predominantly to persons professionally associated with the spatial development of Warsaw, architects, landscape architects and town planners. Adam Czyżewski spoke about Letchworth Garden City. A hundred years later, Ryszard Wojtkowski presented The Ostoja Pęcicka garden city – a forgotten garden, Alicja Szmelter’s paper dealt with The unrealised projects of the Młociny garden city and the sources of its inspiration, Jeremi T. Królikowski outlined The city, the garden city and the landscape city, Alina Drapella-Hermansdorfer discussed Wrocław: from a garden city to a city as a garden and Krzysztof Domaradzki spoke about The Utrata garden city. The conception of garden cities in the Pruszków belt.
Keywords
Year
Issue
1-2
Pages
229-232
Physical description
Dates
published
2003
Contributors
  • konserwator zabytków, KOBiDZ
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
0029-8247
YADDA identifier
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