Architektura & Urbanizmus
Ustav stavebnictva a architektury
Slovenska akademia vied
(Institute of Construction and Architecture
Slovak Academy of Sciences)
Dubravska cesta 9
845 03 Bratislava 45
prof. Ing. arch. FRIEDRICH ACHLEITNER, PhD.
doc. PhDr. DANA BORUTOVA, PhD.
prof. Ing. arch. MATUS DULLA, DrSc. (chairman)
Ing. arch. PAVEL HALIK, CSc.
doc. PhDr. PETR KRATOCHVIL, CSc. (deputy chairman)
prof. Ing. arch. AKOS MORAVANSZKY, PhD.
doc. Dr. Ing. arch. HENRIETA MORAVCIKOVA (managing editor)
prof. Ing. arch. VLADIMIR SLAPETA, DrSc.
prof. Ing. arch. ROBERT SPACEK, CSc.
prof. PhDr. ROSTISLAV SVACHA, PhD.
prof. Ing. arch. PETR URLICH, CSc.
The only Slovak-Czech theoretical journal of architecture and town-planning
Journal with 44 years tradition
Texts in Slovak, Czech and English
The quarterly ARCHITEKTURA & URBANIZMUS provides a forum for the publication of papers on theory of architecture and town-planning. The attention is mostly concentrated on the recent state, history, philosophy and culture of architecture and town-planning. The published papers deal with the relation of architecture and town-planning to art, technology and environment, with methods of appreciation and criticism of architectural and town-planning activities, as well as with appreciation of outstanding architects, architectonic works and periods. Papers on architecture and town-planning education, book reviews and informations on important scientific meetings are involved.
The journal was launched in 1967 on the initiative of the Institute of Construction and Architecture of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava and the Department of Architecture and Environment Theory of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Prague. Most important personalities of the Czechoslovak architecture scene like Emil Bellus, Bohuslav Fuchs, Emanuel Hruska and Martin Kusy used to be members of the foundation editorial board of the journal. The journal Architektura & urbanizmus is the longest standing, continuously published, refereed scientific periodical on architecture and town planning in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Instructions for authors
The journal publishes research results in the field of architecture and town planning. The contributions should be in form of scientific study, book review or review of professional event. The manuscripts must be original, unpublished work. All papers receive blind review. Revisions might be required before a decision is made to accept or reject the paper. The texts should be submitted in electronic form to the technical editor email@example.com.
Please follow the following recommendation by preparing the manuscript:
1. The main studies should be around 36.000 signs (including spaces).
2. Reviews and Short Information should not extend 10.800 signs.
3. Text might be submitted in Slovak, Czech or English language.
4. Texts should be submitted as Word files either by e-mail or on disk/CD with minimum formatting.
5. Notes should appear as endnotes, not footnotes.
6. All diagrams and photographs should be either good hard copies or electronic format – jpeg or tiff files. Resolution should be not less than 300 dpi. The position of each should be indicated in the text, and all figures should be referred to in the text. A separate list of captions should be provided at the end of the text. Please, do not embed images or diagrams in the text.
7. Tables should appear at the end of the text, but their positions indicated in the text.
8. Authors should provide resume of 9.000 signs and selection of 5 – 7 key words (to illustrate the content of the paper).
9. References will be brought into line with the Slovak System.
Schreider, S.Y. – Smith, D.I. – Jakeman, A.J.: Climate change impacts on urban flooding. Climatic Change, 47, 2000, pp. 91 – 115.
Almandoz, Arturo: Planning Latin America’s Capital Cities, 1850–1950. London, Routledge 2002, 350 p.
Chapter within a book
Bastie, Jean: Paris: Baroque elegance and agglomeration. In: Eldredge, H.W. (ed.) World Capitals: Towards Guided Urbanization. Garden City, NY, Anchor/Doubleday 1975, pp. 17 – 27.
Demographia (nd) Mumbai: Population, Area & Density by Ward 1991 and 1981. Available at http://www.demographia.com/db-mumbaiward91.htm. Accessed 20 June 2006.