By Maria Boştenaru Dan, Cerasella Crăciun
This ebook explores services appropriate for 2 operating teams of NeDiMAH, a eu technology origin (ESF) funded study Networking Programme. It examines mapping tools, tactics, instruments, feedback, understanding, demanding situations and strategies round the recommendations of “Space and Time” and “Information Visualization”. The chapters discover electronic equipment within the illustration of normal mess ups, commercial layout, cultural, and the heritage of structure. The conclusions hyperlink to similar study and current feedback for extra paintings together with representing panorama not only as one other 3D version yet as ancient evolution with specialized tools.
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Bucharest Potra G (1981) Din Bucureștii de alta˘data˘ [From old Bucharest]. Editura Științifica˘ și Enciclopedica˘ publishing house, Bucharest Rossetti DV (1932) Cateva asezari si locuinte preistorice din preajma Bucurestilor [A few settlements and prehistoric dwellings around Bucharest]. E. Toroutiu Stahl H (2002) Bucureștii ce se duc [The Bucharest that is gone]. Domino publishing house, Iași The exhibition project – Palatul Sutu and the lost gardens of Bucharest (2015; currently in progress at the time of writing this article), organized by the author of this article in partnership with the Museum of Bucharest The Lost Gardens Project (2010) made by the author of this article as a result of winning the selection contest for cultural projects organized by the Union of Romanian Architects Zamani L (2007) Comerț și Loisir ˆın vechiul București [Trade and leisure in old Bucharest].
1/2013 – Walls, Rumours, Whispers, pp 164–167 Bos¸tenaru Dan M, Dill A (2014) Spatial street network and urban routes around the modernist boulevard in Bucharest. In: Cra˘ciun C, Bos¸tenaru Dan M (eds) Planning and designing sustainable and resilient landscapes. Springer, Dordrecht, pp 187–217 Bos¸tenaru Dan M, Dill A, Gociman CO (2015) Digital architecture history of the first half of the 20th century in Europe. Editura Universitara “Ion Mincu”, Bucharest Nemțeanu R (2014) Vila in stil neoromanesc.
One can also add paintings, poetry, literature, art in general, music, local gastronomic traditions, ‘the rocks of the city’ (the ones the buildings are made of), all these contributing to the creation of an ‘emotional context that allows everyone (. ) to get closer to a landscape and not only physically’ (Gregori 2009, p. 512), as well as to the formulation of nontraditional hypotheses of paleoenvironmental reconstruction (Gregori 2009, p. 514).