rss_2.0ARCHITECTURAE ET ARTIBUS FeedSciendo RSS Feed for ARCHITECTURAE ET ARTIBUS ET ARTIBUS 's Cover Viennese Influence on the Artistic Arrangement of Lviv Public Buildings Interiors Built in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>The article identifies the main characteristics and features of the artistic arrangement of representative public buildings in Vienna that influenced analogical objects of Lviv in the second half of the 19th century. The issue of Vienna’s historicism and its peculiarities in interior decoration are also considered. The research involved selecting and analyzing key public buildings that are present in both cities, such as theaters, universities, the Diet (in case of Vienna – the Parliament), museums, courts and other sites with a broad representative group of rooms. These revealed common trends, direct and indirect quotations, both in artistic elements and in the overall order composition. The article also explores major public buildings in Vienna along with architects who have become role models and set some standards for the artistic design of the representative group of rooms. As a result, the influencing factors were identified, among which administrative, educational, cultural and economic issues are highlighted and reviewed.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-06-12T00:00:00.000+00:00Buildings for Culture - Their Internal Public Spaces as Public Spaces of Cities<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>The city is a place of community. Both in form and content, it is the most public display of aspects of culture, including art. It embodies our cultural memory, which is also a place of constant renewal of culture and art. Most of the phenomena that we associate with the idea of culture stem from the elements of the city that become synonymous with “Polis” - the City. They offered agora, temples, stadiums, theatres... - facilities for art. That culture takes place in theatres, concert halls... or museums.</p> <p>Contemporary buildings for culture, theatres, music, etc. should be user-friendly and easily accessible, with a cordial atmosphere, functional. They should speak of what is alive and everyday in them. They are not meant to be monuments. The aim of the work is to explore and evaluate the issues of internal public spaces of cultural buildings as a development of the city’s public space and their significance in this context.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-06-12T00:00:00.000+00:00en-us-1