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INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL ONLINE JOURNAL
ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

4(45) 2018


Article

SOCIAL INCLUSION IN URBAN ENVIRONMENT MODELS

Authors

A. Krasheninnikov, Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy), Moscow, Russia

Abstract This work continues a serious of publications on Cognitive Urbanism as a new platform of knowledge that integrates research and design of architectural space in built environment. The success of the socio-cultural development of the urban environment depends not only on advanced urban planning and design, but, most of all, on the harmony of social self-organization and formal management in local level of urban governance. The limits of growth in the number of people in town-planning models should be determined not by the technology of service or the capacity of schools, but on the basis of the antropological characteristics of people's behavior of in social environment. There are three ranges of numbers that are correlated with models of micro-, meso-, macro-spaces.
Keywords: cognitive urbanism, public spaces, built environment, urban design, scenario-based design, architectural space
article Article (RUS)
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For citation

Krasheninnikov A. Social Inclusion in Urban Environment Models. Architecture and Modern Information Technologies, 2018, no.4(45), pp.329-338. Available at: http://marhi.ru/eng/AMIT/2018/4kvart18/23_krasheninnikov/index.php