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Indrė Gražulevičiūtė-Vileniškė and Erika Zaleskienė

Resources : Experience in Lithuania. Architecture and Urban Planning , 2013, No. 8, p. 34–39. https://doi.org/10.7250/aup.2013.017 4. Lietuvos Respublikos teritorijų planavimo įstatymas (Law on Territorial Planning of the Republic of Lithuania) [online, cited 22.04.2016]. http://www3.lrs.lt/pls/inter3/dokpaieska.showdoc_l?p_id=478619 5. Aleknavičius, P. Valčiukienė, J. Kaimiškojo kraštovaizdžio raidos ypatumai Vilniaus miesto įtakos zonoje (Features of Rural Landscape Development in Vilnius City Influence Zone). Vandens ūkio inžinerija , 2011, No. 38 (58

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Dalia Dijokienė and Agnė Vėtė

. Challenges of designing new urban quality in historical environment: based on final projects of BA students of the Department of Urban Design, FA, VGTU. Architecture and urban planning , Vol. 8 2013, pp. 60–64. https://doi.org/10.7250/aup.2013.021 7. Ivanauskaitė, A. Miesto urbanistinės formos samprata ir jos taikymo galimybės Lietuvoje. Science – future of Lithuania , Vol. 7(1) 2015, pp. 46–54. 8. Juškevičius, P. Lietuvos miestų sistemos raida ir jos ateities perspektyvos. Miesto architektūra. Erdvės, formantai, akcentai [articles collection]. Vilnius

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Kęstutis Zaleckis, Indrė Gražulevičiūtė-Vileniškė, Jurga Vitkuvienė, Brigita Tranavičiūtė, Huriye Armağan Doğan, Tomas Grunskis and Jolita Sinkienė

built environment : Soviet – western relations in the industrialized mass housing and its reflections in the Soviet Lithuania. Lithuanian Historical Studies , 2011, Vol. 15, pp. 11–27. 6. Grunskis, T., Šiupšinskas, M. Tarybinio laikotarpio viešųjų erdvių transformacijos Lietuvoje. Vilniaus Žirmūnų ir Lazdynų atvejis. Journal of Architecture and Urbanism , 2012, Vol. 36, Issue 3, pp. 209–221. https://doi.org/10.3846/20297955.2012.732492 7. Grunskis, T., Mankus, M. The system of urban public spaces in the post-communist sociocultural context. Journal

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Martynas Mankus

p. 9. Drėmaitė, M. Baltic Modernism : Architecture and Housing in Soviet Lithuania. Berlin: DOM publishers, 2017, 250 p. 10. Milerius, N. Breaking point : from soviet to post-soviet city [online]. ARCHITECTURE [publication] FUND [cited 12.09.2017]. http://www.archfondas.lt/leidiniu/alf-03/ese/nerijus-milerius 11. Hirt, A. S. Landscapes of Postmodernity : Changes in the Built Fabric of Belgrade and Sofia Since the End of Socialism. Urban Geography, Vol. 29, Issue 8, 2008. pp. 785–810. http://dx.doi.org/10

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Grėtė Brukštutė

. Modern Schools – A Century of Design for Education. Wiley (C30197), 2011, 528 p. 11. Kančienė, J. Lietuvos tarpukario architektūra , 2014 [online, cited 16.12.2017]. http://www.kpd.lt/uploads/EN/Heritage%20in%20Lithuania/Heritage%20in%20Lithuania/10_LITHUANIAN_ARCHITECTURE_BETWEEN_THE_WARS.pdf 12. Lukšionytė-Tolvaišienė, N. Istorizmas ir modernas Vilniaus architektūroje. Vilniaus dailės akademijos leidykla, 2000, 180 p. ISSN 1392-0316 13. Open Air School in France, 2016 [online]. Architecture of Doom [cited 31.08.2018]. http

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Jūratė Kamičaitytė-Virbašienė, Ona Samuchovienė and Rokas Radvilavičius

References 1. Cadastral database of protected areas [online]. State Service of Protected Areas Under the Ministry of the Environment of the Republic of Lithuania [cited 23.05.2014]. www.vstt.lt 2. Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania, National Land Service. Databases GDB10LT, ORT10LT. 3. Elektrėnų savivaldybės teritorijos bendrasis planas (Comprehensive plan of Elektrėnai municipality), 2009 [online]. Elektrėnai municipality [cited 23.05.2014]. http

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Jolita Sinkienė, Huriye Armağan Doğan, Kęstutis Zaleckis, Jurga Vitkuvienė, Indrė Gražulevičiūtė Vileniškė, Brigita Tranavičiūtė and Tomas Grunskis

[online]. European Environment Agency [cited 10.09.2018]. ISBN 978-92-9213-711-3 ISSN 1725-2237 https://doi.org/10.2800/69420 5. Zaleckis, K., Gražulevičiūtė-Vileniškė, I., Vitkuvienė J., Tranavičiūtė, B., Doğan, H. A., Grunskis, T., Sinkienė, J. Integrated socio-spatial analysis of Soviet era modernist urbanization and its consequences in Lithuanian cities: methodological outline. Architecture and Urban Planning, 2017, Vol. 13, pp. 79–84, https://doi.org/10.1515/aup-2017-0011 6. Sinkienė, J. Sumanus miestas ir regionas, Sumanioji socialinė

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Aušra Černauskienė

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The article presents an analysis of the concept of novelty of artistic forms and its visual expressions in contemporary Lithuanian architecture. It is stated that the novelty is virtually manifested through utopian visions of the new world and their metamorphoses, and is made relevant by the method of experiment. Based on examples of Western European architectural utopias and experiments, the article suggests the formulated indicators of novelty, which are reflected in artistic forms of contemporary Lithuanian architecture. The aim of the research is to reveal the concept of novelty linking it with transformation and utopia, and illustrating it with the objects of contemporary Lithuanian architecture.

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Aistė Galaunytė

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The article is on the issue of standardized single-family houses introduced by the Soviet government in post-war Lithuania, which later were strictly prohibited. The relation between standardization and communist ideology and the Soviet law is analysed. The author argues that despite the significant influence of the Soviet law, standardized houses were symbols of welfare, modernist architecture and modern living. The lack and absence of them had a negative impact on the architecture of standardized houses in contemporary Lithuania.

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Irina Matijošaitienė and Monika Gedvilaite

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Crime is a social phenomenon, which is closely related to human behaviour, economics, urban planning and design. The detailed research of six blocks of houses in three Lithuanian cities (Kaunas, Vilnius and Panevezys) with the highest crime rates and the most heterogeneous crimes was performed. Space syntax method, crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) and correlation analysis were applied. Research results demonstrate that thefts from cars, other thefts, crime against human health, robberies, small-scale hooliganism and intentional damage or destruction of property correlate with particular properties of urban spaces and design elements.