The first volume of Industrial Topography is devoted to the Ústí nad Labem Region, which, in terms of the volume and diversity of its industrial heritage and the grandeur of its industrial architecture and technical concepts, is one of the most remarkable regions in the Czech Republic. Book localizes 778 buildings and sites in 587 items, contains 17 maps and 570 images.
The book is part of a project carried out by the Research Centre for Industrial Heritage at the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University with the support of the Ministry of Culture’s programme of applied research on national and cultural identity (NAKI). Its objective is to map industrial heritage in the regions of the Czech Republic. It identifies values and draws attention to the heritage passed down from the industrial age and it seeks opportunities for their adapted new use.
Vladislava Valchářová (ed.) – Lukáš Beran – Jan Zikmund, Industrial Topography / Ústí nad Labem Region, Prague 2011.
368 pages; Czech, English/German introduction and editorial; 570 images; ISBN 978-80-01-04833-7 / contributing editorial work Michaela Balášová, Dita Dvořáková, Radovan Folk, Ivan Grisa, Pavel Jákl, Petr Joza, Miroslav Kindl, Zuzana Křenková, Irena Lehkoživová, Viktor Mácha, Jan Němec, Adéla Poubová, Petr Rak, Milan Starec, Tomáš Šenberger, Tomáš Voldráb, Martin Vonka, Petr Vorlík, Michal Zlámaný / translation Robin Cassling, Susanne Spurná / scientific review Eva Dvořáková, Pavel Halík / graphic design Jan Forejt / typestting and print Studio Element / published by the Research Centre for Industrial Heritage FA CTU Prague in conjunction with the Technical Monuments Committee of the Czech Chamber of Certified Engineers and Technicians and the Czech Union of Civil Engineers and the Association of Historical Settlements in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia