Assembly group (urban development)

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With assembly a group of is constructions referred to are arranged to each other and coordinated with each other most in their size. They form a functional and, as a rule, also an urban unit. Examples of this are palaces , forts and barracks, or even farmsteads .

Individual evidence

  1. Hans Koepf , Günther Binding : Picture Dictionary of Architecture (= Kröner's pocket edition . Volume 194). 4th, revised edition. Kröner, Stuttgart 2005, ISBN 3-520-19404-X .