The Main Design Principles of Hybrid Spaces in Terms of the Urban Planning Regeneration

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Urban planning regeneration is a viable mechanism contributing to the urban development during complex reconstruction of the existing city space-planning structure. The dynamics of changing of urban planning theories and practices are characterized by an integral approach to city development through contradictory processes: intensification of globalization processes on the one hand; searching for identity on the other hand. Formation of hybrid spaces in urban fabric of modern cities is relevant and has significant socio-economic importance to the process of urban planning regeneration. In the context of permeability theory hybridity is determined as multi-layer, multi-functional feature of urban space, where there is no clear separation between public and private; buildings and facilities forming the structure are combined by multilevel public space where its virtual perception is also vey the important as well as its information capacity and its transformation ability. Hybrid spaces are multifunctional architectural and landscape entities, designed by applying the landscape urbanism approach and having the spatial connectivity with adjacent areas. The hybrid spaces are very importantt for the city economy, as they are development drivers to spatial, social and public changes. This research is aimed at defining modern design principles of hybrid spaces in terms of urban planning regeneration. The paper focuses on the principles of hybrid urban spaces design in the context of landscape urbanism such as the integration of dwelling areas and public spaces through the green infrastructure.

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E Eduardovna Krasilnikova

FGBOU VPO Volgograd State Technical University

Lenin Avenue, 28, Volgograd, Russia, 400005

D Valer'evich Klimov

FGBOU VPO Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation

Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, Moscow, Russia, 125993


Copyright (c) 2016 Красильникова Э.Э., Климов Д.В.

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