In the 1990s, there occurred in architecture a “topographical shift”, indicating not only new methods of designing and forming architectonic objects, but also a new approach to the landscape and to nature. This shift was related to the development of computer technologies that made it possible to model complex surfaces, thus becoming a powerful design tool.
The Krkonoše Mountains Centre for Environmental Education was presented in detail in Piranesi Autumn 2014, No. 35, Vol. 22
The complete article is published in Winter issue of Piranesi No. 37 Vol. 23.