PhD (Architecture), Professor.
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering.
Anisimova Liudmila V.,
The philosophy of identity in the architecture of shopping centers in Syria
Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №1 (81) March, 2023
The article examines the spatial structure and adaptability of the architecture of the ancient oriental bazaars of Syria. The method of historical-genetic analysis was applied to the architecture of Aleppo’s historical market and helped identify stable elements in the system that have allowed the stability of the object to be maintained over several centuries. The spatial conjugation and functional contents, their interrelations, and alternation of functions have been revealed. The use of modern construction technologies in the construction of shopping and entertainment centers in combination with knowledge on the preservation of identity conveying signs will enable an innovative product to be created capable of sustainable development in today's dynamic world. This is especially true in the context of the crisis, instability and uncertainty plaguing the 21st century. A new interpretation of the identity and cultural continuity demonstrating the principles of sustainable development for centuries will help solve the problem of the need for shopping malls in Syria.
Anisimova, L.V., Akeel, A. The philosophy of identity in the architecture of shopping centers in Syria [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2023. – №1(81). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2023_1/4/ – doi: 10.47055/19904126_2023_1(81)_4
Anisimova Liudmila V.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE IN A MODERN URBAN ENVIRONMENT
Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №3 (75) September, 2021
The article considers the current trends in the inclusion of archaeological sites in open public spaces (OOP) of modern cities. The study explored architectural methods of allowing and restricting access for tourists and citizens to museumified objects of history and culture. Domestic and foreign experiences in designing sustainable urban environments were reviewed to systematize architectural and planning techniques for organizing archeological sightseeing, landscaping, site improving, and laying out tourist pedestrian routes and observation platforms. The study involved select practices of designing museumified objects integrated in a modern urban environment that have proven to be effective over several decades. A field study with photofixation was carried out to investigate archeological sites successfully combining the basic principles of sustainable development: cost-effectiveness, environmental friendliness, and social accessibility for all segments of the population.
Anisimova L.V. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE IN A MODERN URBAN ENVIRONMENT [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2021. – №3(75). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2021_3/7/ – doi: 10.47055/1990-4126-2021-3(75)-7
Anisimova L.V. REVITALIZING THE ENVIRONMENT OF A SMALL HISTORICAL TOWN WITH ITS COMPETITIVE IDENTITY PRESERVED [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2020. – №2(70). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2020_2/4
Anisimova Liudmila V.
THE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO DESIGNING OPEN PUBLIC SPACES IN THE CITY
Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (62) June, 2018
The paradigm of the postindustrial society requires developing new approaches to urban landscaping practice, which should be considered as a dynamically developing system supporting the capability to function through interactions between its parts. The study is based on identification of relations between the processes in open public spaces and choice of landscape design and improvement techniques.
Anisimova L.V. THE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO DESIGNING OPEN PUBLIC SPACES IN THE CITY [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2018. – №2(62). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2018_2/5
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