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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 PRINCIPLES OF FORMATION OF RESIDENTIAL PLANNING UNITS IN THE CONTEXT OF CONTEMPORARY TRENDS IN URBAN PLANNING
Authors I. Fedchenko, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Abstract In this article are formulated the modern vectors of basic concepts of residential planning units in the context of contemporary trends of urban planning, with a view to possibly control their future development. The article is based on materials case study of residential planning units sold in Russia and foreign countries, analysis of trends transforming their environment, as well as on the results of the experimental design. Proposed basic principles of residential planning units: the accessibility of the material and spatial environment; the principle of mobility; the principle of multifunctionality; the principle of differentiation; the principle of identification; the principle of landscape ecological worldview; the principle of interaction; the principle of adaptability.
Keywords: residential planning units, microdistrict, neighborhood, community
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