TOPIARIUS. Studia krajobrazowe nr 6/2018
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- PozycjaReview of: “Parki i ogrody terapeutyczne” by M. Trojanowska(Zakład Architektury Krajobrazu, Wydział Biologiczno-Rolniczy, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, 2018) Gajdek, AgataThe problemof therapeutic properties of garden space is nowadays readily undertaken by architects, landscape architects, urban planners and gardeners. Increasing health problems that modern society is struggling with, force to search for various spatial and social solutions that enable everyday use of therapy and the beneficial influence of contact with nature. Public and urban spaces available to every inhabitant of the modern city become the natural and the most obvious area of such activities. In this context, the book “Parks and therapeutic gardensis” an interesting and valuable source of multi-faceted information and design inspirations regarding the topic discussed. The guidelines contained therein for creating new spaces and the described existing gardens indicate the possibilities of revitalization of green areas, parks and city gardens, as well as inter-block spaces.
- PozycjaGarden Festivals in Bolestraszyce(Zakład Architektury Krajobrazu, Wydział Biologiczno-Rolniczy, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, 2018) Wójcik-Popek, AgnieszkaIn the previous year, the 7th Garden Festival in Bolestraszyce was already held. It is an annual event that brings together Polish garden enthusiasts and creators, teachers and young landscape architecture adepts, and even primary school representatives. Festivals have been organized since 2011 by the Arboretum and the Department of Physiography in Bolestraszyce, near Przemyśl. It has been initiated thanks to the funding from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. The festival is surrounded by the substantive care of the Landscape Architecture Association, the Association of Polish Landscape Architects, the Polish Nurserymen Association and the Polish Dendrological Society. Show gardens are an unusual variety of gardens – they serve to present the latest trends in the art of space arrangement and present, popularize new plant varieties. In recent years, they have also gained a wider educational function, often referring to environmental problems or various socio-cultural issues.
- PozycjaRural development between “institutional spaces” and “spaces of resources and vocations”: Park Authorities and LAGs in Sicily(Zakład Architektury Krajobrazu, Wydział Biologiczno-Rolniczy, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, 2018) Falduzzi, Concetta; Martorana, Giuseppe SigismondoThis paper addresses the subject of the reference frames of territorialisation processes determined by local development initiatives. Its purpose is to offer a survey on a central issue: which spatial frames of reference influence or justify the choices of LAGs in the definition and delimitation of local development spaces. The paper is about the case of Sicily, presenting some possible interpretations of an evolution of the development space from “institutional space” to “space of resources and vocations”. The paper will highlight the relation between the spaces of natural parks and the spaces of LAGs in the Participatory Local Development Strategies.
- PozycjaLand development of the Iwonicz Zdroj spa in tourists and patients’ opinions(Zakład Architektury Krajobrazu, Wydział Biologiczno-Rolniczy, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, 2018) Gargała-Polar, Marta; Pisarek, Marta; Lichołai, Lech; Farajewicz, MarcelinaMany components influence the quality of the spa space. It is welldeveloped and includes functional and visually interesting small architecture and botanically and aesthetically diverse vegetation. It is a showcase for the town, and its attractiveness has an impact on strengthening the treatment process and increasing tourist interest. According to the respondents, the promenade in Iwonicz Zdrój is adequately equipped with elements of small architecture and has an interesting arrangement of plants. In their opinion the current development of the space is consistent and complements the historic sanatorium architecture. This is also confirmed by field studies regarding the analysis of small architecture. Visitors to the area feel safe and rest well. The shortcomings on a fairly long walking route are the lack of sanitary installations and shade, which is particularly troublesome in the high tourist season.
- PozycjaArchaeological Sites in the Nile Delta Landscape (Egypt). Economy, Law, Protection(Zakład Architektury Krajobrazu, Wydział Biologiczno-Rolniczy, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, 2018) Kołodziejczyk, PiotrNorthern Egypt was always an unusually important area for our study on the history of ancient Egyptian state. The “country of papyrus” called by Egyptians temehu, their feeder and granary, a communication centre important for contacts with Levant. Several Egyptian capitals were also located here and during the antic period the region became a centre of culture, sciences and the cradle of Coptic religion. Paradoxically, this curious area was until quite lately very poorly investigated. Even now the problems of modern Egypt related with farming activities, demographic development and industrial spread as well as with the traditional way of thinking are clearly visible in this particular important region.