the Emergence of the Urban Structure, Prague
Beginning from the paleolithic, through the neolithic and early medieval settlements, the Master Plan Vision for the city of Prague, in the 14th century, allowed for a "natural" and "organic" emergence of an urban structure.
The duality of terrestrial and cosmological ideologies in the formal structure of Charles IV's medieval-modern city, generated an urban structure that is both planned and unplanned; organized and free; earthly and cosmic. Wherein is the foundation of the 21st century capital city.
This 14th century city was a conscious act of forming a coherent "internal organizational structure of the city".
Contemporary Prague can develop its expanding center - as an extension - based from within the 14th century groundwork and accordingly, upon its visionary, ancient guiding lines.