PhD (Architecture), Deputy Director for Scientific Work.
Regional research and design institute of town planning,
Sadkovskaya Oxana Ye.
Regional adaptation of the low-rise model of the integrated territorial development standard
Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №1 (81) March, 2023
Implementation of the Standards of Integrated Development of Territories is a topical issue for urban planning practice. The models of the Standards of Integrated Development of Territories do not always take into account regional specificities. The Rostov region is a unique region that has specific features that should be taken into account in urban planning, including climatic changes, urban and rural areas, and local urban planning practices. These features formed a basis for the improvement of the low-rise model of the Standards of Integrated Development of Territories. The need to improve the low-rise model of the Standards of Integrated Development of Territories is especially relevant to the Rostov region. Improvements are proposed for the model of low-rise residential development. The paper is based on the results of a study as part of the research project «Standards of urban development of low-rise and detached residential development in the territory of the Rostov region» commissioned by the Ministry of Construction of the Rostov region and carried out at the Regional R&D Institute of Town Planning in 2022.
Sadkovskaya, O.Ye. Regional adaptation of the low-rise model of the integrated territorial development standard [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2023. – №1(81). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2023_1/19/ – doi: 10.47055/19904126_2023_1(81)_19
Sadkovskaya Oxana Ye.
ENVIRNOMENTAL CLUSTERING AS A NEW FORM OF URBAN IMPROVEMENT
Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (38) June, 2012
Urban reconstruction and land development and improvement are considered as a set of interrelated activities involving obligatory use of resources inherent in the natural setting of an urban landscape. The establishment of environmentally sustainable urban formations is adopted as a basis for territorial development of medium-sized and small cities in Southern Russia. Urban infrastructure is inseparably linked with the landscape, which may function as its integral component or, on the contrary, precipitate the destruction of its land development and improvement projects.
The author proposes an urban environment clustering method which is based on Biologically Active Natural Complex of Ecological Clusters (BANC). The core of a BANC ecological cluster is a specially arranged fragment of a natural setting that operates so as to ensure self-restoration of city landscape. The boundaries of an Ecological Cluster delineate the core’s area of impact. These boundaries are identified by watersheds and cityscape’s natural setting areas, and surface runoff contamination characteristics that affect the area of BANC. Within the boundaries of the cluster, BANC extends its impact on buildings, open areas, roads and other improvements, and all of these elements are placed under the general heading “Landscape Planning Cluster Periphery Layout”.
Cartographic examination revealed the most typical layouts and built environments at the landscape planning cluster peripheries of small cities. Experimental design work has enabled us to suggest cluster restructuring options for cities in Southern Russia.
Sadkovskaya O.Ye. ENVIRNOMENTAL CLUSTERING AS A NEW FORM OF URBAN IMPROVEMENT [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2012. – №2(38). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2012_2/2
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