Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

V. Lélek, A. Psenner:
"The origins of the 19th century residential building typology in Budapest and Vienna";
Vortrag: 9th AISU Congress: The Global City. The urban condition as a pervasive phenomenon, University of Bologna, Italy; 11.09.2019 - 14.09.2019; in: "La citta globale. La condizione urbana come fenomeno pervasivo/The global city. The urban condition as a pervasive phenomenon", AISU Bologna 2019 (Hrg.); (2019), 7 S.

Kurzfassung englisch:
The urban planning practice of the 19th century shaped the basis of a modern development in European capitals. After the transition from manufacturing to the industrial age, innovative planning methods were established. The Medieval cores of the cities were reconstructed and expanded with new districts above former borderlines due to the urbanisation. The rapid population growth and the high demand for housing led to the acceleration of private construction activity. Consequently, tenement housing typologies emerged that are comparable in metropolises of Europe. The architecture of this era shows many similarities, but distinctive local characteristics as well. This paper investigates the origin of tenement housing typologies in the 19th century Budapest and Vienna.

urban planning, regulations, typology

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