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    Fontes Nissae 2023_2
    (2023) Svoboda, Milan
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    AKCEPTACE / INTERVENCE / DESTRUKCE – úvahy o adaptabilitě industriální architektury
    Šenberger, Tomáš
    The use of abandoned industrial buildings, perceived as part of the industrial heritage, by inserting a new, usually non-production function, is a proven form of saving them. However, the relationship between the original building substance and the new function depends in the fi rst place on the adaptability of the industrial building. What are the main principles to be maintained when saving an industrial building for new functions through the form of conversion, or more precisely adaptive reuse? What obstacles stand in the way of these proven procedures and under what conditions can the original building, which is registered in the list of immovable cultural monuments, be meaningfully adapted? The three described basic variants of work with industrial buildings - acceptance/intervention/destruction - are documented by selected regional examples.
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    Utváření majetkové podstaty národních podniků v období 1945–1948 na příkladu sklářského podniku Preciosa Jablonec nad Nisou
    Pekař, Miroslav
    Miroslav Pekař‘s study provides an overview of the legal foundations and economic-accounting methods used in the establishment of state-run enterprises during the process of nationalization in Czechoslovakia from 1945 to 1948. The author‘s interests and goals are to acquaint the reader specifi cally with the process of creating, and the substance of, the asset base (equity capital) of Preciosa, a newly established and nationalized company based in Jablonec nad Nisou.
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    Osudy bývalého městského hřbitova v Liberci „Pietnost hřbitova musí být uchována.“
    Jakubcová, Zuzana; Kurešová, Jana
    The study deals with the fate of the former municipal cemetery in Liberec. The fi rst part is devoted to the circumstances of the creation and gradual completion of the image of the now-defunct municipal cemetery in Liberec, founded in 1832. The subject of the second part is a summary and evaluation of well-known and preserved works of art commissioned by wealthy Liberec burgher families, which refl ected the work of more prominent and also regional artists such as F. Somaini, J. and E. Max, V. Prachner, J. F. Elstner, J. C. Effenberger and Ph. Nitsche and others. Based on preserved archival materials and photo documentation, mainly from the 60s and 80s of the 20th century, a mapping of selected works of art was carried out, of which only a fraction has survived to this day in improper conditions in the area of the original cemetery, nowadays the park called the Garden of Memories.
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    Venkovská usedlost čp. 5 v Kohoutovicích: poznatky z průzkumu patrového roubeného domu na Českodubsku…
    Konvalinková, Tereza; Ouhrabka, Martin
    The article summarizes the documentation of house No. 5 in Kohoutovice, which was managed to be documented as part of a survey of the oldest representatives of vernacular architecture in Český Dub area and Jizera river area. This is a historic homestead in an extremely authentic structural form, important for understanding the development of a multi-storey country house. The documentation of house No. 5 was motivated by an effort to supplement and update older surveys, ranking the object among the representatives of the oldest surviving layer of a timber house in the region. The dendrochronological analysis placed the age of this house up to the fi rst third of the 19th century, and this conclusion can thus serve to complete the timeline of the development of the one-story timber house in the region. House No. 5, despite the overall maintenance, shows partial failures of the wooden structures, which may require more extensive replacements in the future. The house is protected as a cultural monument, so even its repairs should be carried out in accordance with monument principles. Apart from the partial modernization of the living area, the homestead has been preserved in an extremely authentic state with a number of valuable elements - for example, a set of historic door panels including fi ttings. It is a valuable representative of the wealthy farmstead in the researched area.