AutoportretA Quarterly on good space
Browse articles:
  1. 1. IntroDorota Leśniak-Rychlak
  2. 2. Metaphysical and practical architecture of Euromaidan. Why does a political nation win over passive masses?Wasyłyna Duman
  3. 3. Radically equitable design practicesAnastasija PonomiarowaKacper Kępiński
  4. 4. War-life balance. Space and people between resistance and adaptationKinga ZemłaSława Balbek
  5. 5. Bulletproof vest made of spider’s web. How the artists of Ukraine found their bearings in the war and in other spacesBorys Filonenko
  6. 6. Horizontal Network StateArtur Wabik
  7. 7. Everyday practices of life and resistance. The agency of Syrian refugee women in LebanonInga Hajdarowicz
  8. 8. We can still create anythingJoanna KusiakNatalia Raczkowska
  9. 9. Floating University Berlin: A Natureculture Learning SiteGilly KarjevskyRosario Talevi
  10. 10. We are all anarchists (or se we should be). Self-organization and anarchitectureDorota Jędruch
  11. 11. Windows firstAleksandra KędziorekMichał SikorskiPetr VladimirovZofia Jaworowska
  12. 12. Casa do Povo, or the urban utopia of Polish Jews in São PauloJakub Szczęsny
  13. 13. Other pasturesWojciech MazanZofia Piotrowska
  14. 14. The pleasure of city-makingZuzanna Kasperczyk-Brodecka
  15. 15. From a vantageEmiliano Ranocchi
  16. 16. Marginalisation of the interpretative power of contextEwa Rewers
  17. 17. Contemporary Silesian architectureAndrzej DudaAnna SyskaDorota Leśniak-RychlakLeszek JodlińskiTomasz Nawrocki
  18. 18. Global and LocalElżbieta Rybicka
  19. 19. Ideology and power in a post-socialist cityKarol Kurnicki
  20. 20. The townie vs. the city dwellerAnna Rumińska
  21. 21. Architecture and IdentityVladimir Czumalo
  22. 22. The stone Modernism and visual
    weakness of digital age
    Jana Tichá
  23. 23. In search of SlovakiaDamas Gruska
  24. 24. Identities of a housing estateSamu Szemerey
  25. 25. The mammoth-building storyValentina Gulin Zrnic
  26. 26. Exchange in the streetLevente Polyák
  27. 27. Identity at a turning point – personal fragmentsJens Fischer
  28. 28. The city as a personality and its projection in urban semioticsMatej Jasso
  29. 29. Our (post-)socialist cities: between progress and nostalgiaPeter Michalík
  30. 30. The Future Shall Set Us Free?Łukasz Białkowski
  31. 31. How is a middle european possible and what is his benefit today?Jurko Prochaśko
  32. 32. Titania hidden behind a fanEmiliano Ranocchi
  33. 33. The Curse of TimeAgnieszka Szeffel
  34. 34. Vienna – the worldly capital of deathWittigo Keller
  35. 35. Common hygieneMiroslav Petříček
  36. 36. Concise typology of the Gothic deathDušan Buran
  37. 37. Paintings of the dead in the art of modern Europe beyond the AlpsPiotr Krasny
  38. 38. Ars moriendi in Upper HungaryKatarína Chmelinová
  39. 39. Where death is not badVladimir Czumalo
  40. 40. Life for your country!
    But for which one?
    Matúš Dulla
  41. 41. Against illness  – against deathAleksandra Paradowska
  42. 42. Dying, Jewish WayPrzemysław Piekarski
  43. 43. Blood on the plateAleš Roleček
  44. 44. A Not-So-Merry GraveyardŁukasz Galusek
  45. 45. Heroes and kopjafas in Hungary during the shift of regimeNóra Kovács
  46. 46. To survive a year as a celeryJoanna Nowostawska-GyalókayKrzysztof Varga
  47. 47. As not to frighten the soulMagdalena PetrynaMałgorzata Szumowska
  48. 48. The modern nation: a platitude, construction or invention?Miroslav Hroch
  49. 49. Where is my home?Jan Randák
  50. 50. New EuropeAndrzej Szczerski
  51. 51. Genuine or artificial homeland. The formation of slovak national identityDušan Škvarna
  52. 52. An appealing symbol of SlovakiaAnna Vetraková
  53. 53. The Tatras of nationsAntoni Kroh
  54. 54. Zakopane style − National styleDavid Crowley
  55. 55. The Nationality of Music?Jakub Puchalski
  56. 56. In the suburbs but close to the centreAleksandra Paradowska
  57. 57. ‘There was no hungarian language of forms but there will be’András Hadik
  58. 58. A steppe nomad or stray rider?Noémi Petneki
  59. 59. Socialist in content, national in formEndre PrakfalviPál Ritoók
  60. 60. Sense and sensationJurko Prochaśko
  61. 61. Takeaway architectureVadim Bass
  62. 62. IntroDorota Jędruch
  63. 63. Crisis of Utopia? Editorial questionnaire
  64. 64. The trouble with utopiaDorota Jędruch
  65. 65. Beyond the HorizonJarosław Urbański
  66. 66. This is how gradually a calm, intelligent and valuable industrial worker is created…Paweł Jaworski
  67. 67. Collective Luxury:
    Architecture and Populism in Charles Fourier
    Łukasz Stanek
  68. 68. TerraStefan Müller
  69. 69. Cold War LandscapesDavid Crowley
  70. 70. Concrete gardenMichał Wiśniewski
  71. 71. A Lopsided Space-Time Loop Piotr Winskowski
  72. 72. A Utopia That Will ComeTomasz Z. Majkowski
  73. 73. From the machine to man and back Emiliano Ranocchi
  74. 74. Politically corrected bodies Simona Forti
  75. 75. Violence needs no motiveHarald Welzer
  76. 76. IntroDorota Leśniak-Rychlak
  77. 77. Intro
  78. 78. Architecture Drafted: Experiencing the Second World WarJean-Louis Cohen
  79. 79. End.lessRossano Baronciani
  80. 80. Unsustainable undevelopmentDamas Gruska
  81. 81. House under the apple tree in MariankaIvan Jarina
  82. 82. Green architectureJana Tichá
  83. 83. The Recycled CityLevente Polyák
  84. 84. Right-about modernism?Dawid Krysiński
  85. 85. Natural materials: history or hope?Dalibor Hlaváček
  86. 86. Carbon neutral cities?Ida Kiss
  87. 87. Socrates and ethusiasm for strawMarcin Mateusz Kołakowski
  88. 88. Democracy, Nature, and UtopiaLucy Sargisson
  89. 89. Towards Thermodynamic Urban PlanningPhilippe Rahm
  90. 90. Centre, Decentralisation, RecentralisationMarc Augé
  91. 91. Transitory, temporary…Dorota Jędruch
  92. 92. In the buffer zoneDominika Vámos
  93. 93. The prince who loved his wife and despised his peoplesMiljenko Jergović
  94. 94. Predicting the war, or, when bombs were falling on KrakówMarcin Jarząbek
  95. 95. Regionalism: a manner of perception or a development strategy?Ákos Moravánszky
  96. 96. Demolition and improvisation while the rivers flow as they always didMagdalena Zych
  97. 97. More than iconicJana Tichá
  98. 98. Landscapists of Warsaw, geometricians of KrakówMaciej Miłobędzki
  99. 99. The EmbassyStanisław Deńko
  100. 100. The Form of the Face of the EarthKamila Twardowska
  101. 101. Snapshots of Slovak regionalismDaniela MajzlanováMartin Varga
  102. 102. The Curse of TraditionDamas Gruska
  103. 103. BlissRoman Rutkowski
  104. 104. What does and does not make a regionJurko Prochaśko
  105. 105. Constructions of FascismSergio PorettiTullia Iori
  106. 106. Tradition and newnessJuhani Pallasmaa
  107. 107. The five legs of the chameleonJarosław Szewczyk
  108. 108. Towards a Critical RegionalismKenneth Frampton
  109. 109. How Central Europe lost its right to housing, and how to get it backWeronika Parfianowicz
  110. 110. EMPTY AGORA: HOUSING CONSTELLATIONS OF THE THIRD POLISH REPUBLICKinga Zemła
  111. 111. From tower blocks to tower blocksVladimir Czumalo
  112. 112. Restitution, re-privatization, deregulation. Czech housing policy after 1989Gaby Khazalova
  113. 113. Town for sale: the crisis of Berlin’s housing policyMałgorzata Popiołek-Roßkamp
  114. 114. Farewell to TBS?Kamil TrepkaZuzanna Mielczarek
  115. 115. People will take to the streetsWojciech Wilczyk
  116. 116. Denial syndrome. Why are we unable to sort out gated communities?Agata Twardoch
  117. 117. The social life of creditDorota Leśniak-RychlakMikołaj Lewicki
  118. 118. Non-housingKacper Kępiński
  119. 119. The need for new modernismŁukasz Pancewicz
  120. 120. Will urban standard save us?Rajmund Ryś
  121. 121. By themselves, for themselvesZofia Piotrowska
  122. 122. Budapest. In a clinch between luxury developments and Orbán’s governmentAlžbĕta Medková
  123. 123. Bratislava. A city with no apartments that has decided to address the housing crisisAlžbĕta Medková
  124. 124. Slaves to prefabricationMaria Navotná
  125. 125. The Future of Modern Urban FormsRegina Balla

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