Rules of the game while playing with architecture in the cultural environment
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Frequently the built-up environment, including historical, becomes the venue of creative activity for an architect. The environment requires an architect to have the relevant conservation background, the ability to assess the value of a historical monument and its cultural context, and above all humility in his/her design work. This article presents the rules of the game applicable to the cultural environment, rules which are defined by conservation theory and the doctrine shaped by the Venice Charter.
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