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ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL-METHODICAL ASPECTS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND DESIGNING WITH THE USAGE OF VIDEO AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES


Article THE BACKGROUND OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN LIVING AND WORKING FUNCTIONS
Authors V. Kolgashkina, Moscow Institute of Architecture (State academy), Moscow, Russia
Abstract As a whole, the interaction between living and working during the XX century evolves from segregation caused by industrial revolution to different patterns of integration, determined by the information revolution and formation of post-industrial model of urban development.

The research explores the following prototypes of the present conceptions:
- lofts the prototype of neutral space, which may adapt different functions;
- minimized living structures the prototype of internal schemes and live/work units;
- hybrid residential complexes, realizing different functional programs in the network of single spatial structure.

The formation of the present live/work structures is based mainly on the system of values of post- industrial model, which main characteristics are: flexibility and instability both of lifestyles and employment. Those factors make integration one of the most reasonable models of relationship between living and working this model can provide more than simple combination of functions, because of capacity that can meet the change in demand under changing circumstances that are impossible to predict.
Keywords: integration, combination of living and working, hybrids, loft, social interaction
article Article (RUS)
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