Ural State University of Architecture and Art

ISSN 1990-4126

Authors

Zhukovsky
Roman
Sergeevich

Senior Lecturer,
Institute of Architecture and Design, 
Altay State Technical University, Institute of Architecture and Design.

Russia, Barnaul, e-mail: romanzsolar@mail.ru

PUBLICATIONS

Zhukovsky Roman Sergeevich
PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES FOR SHAPING SOCIAL AND BUSINESS SUBCENTERS IN LARGE AND LARGEST CITIES

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (62) June, 2018

Based on the results of the studies carried out by the author previously, the articles proposes some principles and techniques for successive and controlled formation of social and business subcenters (SBS) in large and largest cities such as: a principle of sustainable poly-centralization of cities, a principle of architectural and planning similarity of SBS to city centre, a principle of sustainable formation of SBS.

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Zhukovsky R.S. PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES FOR SHAPING SOCIAL AND BUSINESS SUBCENTERS IN LARGE AND LARGEST CITIES [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2018. – №2(62). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2018_2/3 

Zhukovsky Roman Sergeevich
THE ARCHITECTURE OF UBRAN SUB-DOWNTOWN AREAS AS A FACTOR OF THEIR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (58) June, 2017

The object of the study is public and business sub-downtown areas (SDs), secondary elements of the system of urban centers which are closest to main centers (downtowns) in the features. They are characterized by a mix of uses and large urban scales. SDs may develop sustainably if positioned firmly as a intermediate urban niche between the downtown area and suburbs as areas which are less economically developed but more affordable than the downtown. It is concluded on this basis that it is necessary to develop SDs (especially at the initial stages) as spaces with simultaneous introduction of downtown-like archetypes of urban milieu and techniques that can reduce the costs of construction and maintenance. This may be ensured by the introduction of mid-rise built-up blocks with high-rise landmarks, vertical zoning with the inclusion of dwellings and primary mixed-use buildings, expansion of modular, mobile, framed, spatial systems and temporary structures, and use of architectural styles from the group of neo-modernism, neo-brutalism and hi-tech movements.

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Zhukovsky R.S. THE ARCHITECTURE OF UBRAN SUB-DOWNTOWN AREAS AS A FACTOR OF THEIR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2017. – №2(58). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2017_2/4 

Zhukovsky Roman Sergeevich
A DEVELOPMENT FORECAST FOR PUBLIC AND BUSINESS SUBCENTERS IN MAJOR CITIES (WITH REFERENCE TO WESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA)

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (58) June, 2017

The object of the study is sub-downtown areas (SDs), secondary elements of the system of urban centers which are closest to main centers (downtowns), characterized by polyfunctionality and a large urban scale. Literary sources, available cartographic materials and actual master plans were used to study the history and modern status of the SDs in large Western Siberian cities with a population between 0.5 and 2.0 million people as being typical climatically and demographically. An extrapolation forecast has been made on the development of SDs in the cities of the type considered. The formation of small commercial cluster-like (territorially two-dimensional) and centrifugal commercial corridor-like (one-dimensional) SDs is to be expected primarily in compact cities such as Kemerovo and Tomsk (with a population of 500 to 700 thousand people) and in spatially fragmented cities or agglomerations such as Novokuznetsk. Large commercial cluster-like SDs are primarily to be expected to be formed in cities such as Barnaul, Omsk and Novosibirsk with a population of more than 700 thousand people, and or divided into large urban areas by strip urban infrastructure or landscape. The emergence of large SDs is to be expected primarily in sites within cohesive urban areas that are more than 10 km (6 miles) away from the downtown area, within metropolitan area sectors with large satellite towns.

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Zhukovsky R.S. A DEVELOPMENT FORECAST FOR PUBLIC AND BUSINESS SUBCENTERS IN MAJOR CITIES (WITH REFERENCE TO WESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA) [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2017. – №2(58). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2017_2/3 

Pomorov Sergey B., Zhukovsky Roman Sergeevich
THE EVOLUTION OF URBAN POLYCENTRISM THEORY AND PRACTICE IN RETROSPECT

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №4 (52) December, 2015

The author considers the dialectical evolution of the 19th-20th century concepts of urban decentralization whilst reviewing the evolution of major cities from monocentric to polycentric plans in developed countries (USA, Europe, Russia, etc.). An attempt is made to periodize this process and to identify practice-based principles for encouraging the development of public and business activity subcentres as a basis for the theory of urban decentralization.

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Zhukovsky R.S., Pomorov S.B. THE EVOLUTION OF URBAN POLYCENTRISM THEORY AND PRACTICE IN RETROSPECT [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2015. – №4(52). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2015_4/3 

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