Articular principles as a strong street factor

Sandeva, Vaska and Despot, Katerina (2017) Articular principles as a strong street factor. Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. ISSN 1314-9253

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The Green System is an important spatial-structural and functional part of the city and suburban territories, which solve a number of tasks for improving the environment.
In a series of methods for achieving ecological balance in the urban environment, the planning and construction of the green system takes a certain place. This activity accompanies modern urban planning both as a science and as a practice, but requires a specific approach for each individual case.
The street network as an element of urban and spatial planning of settlements is a skeleton of the populated places and creates conditions for orientation in the general landscape.
The main task of the communication transport system is to provide the best conditions for fast, convenient, safe and economical transport, while respecting the requirements for environmental protection.
The street is an important part of the territory of the settlement and has a multifunctional purpose - to ensure pedestrian and traffic movement, to ensure a connection between the individual elements of the settlement and serve as an aesthetic space. Streets are one of the main elements of the urban landscape, and for the proper functioning of this landscape all of its components should be in ecological unity.
Landscape design is a complex interdisciplinary subject that is involved in a wide range. Planning and design of the road landscape should take a scientific and rigorous attitude. And we will fully study all the features of the subject, use modern science and technology, to emphasize methods for scientific design.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Natural sciences > Other natural sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Natural and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Vaska Sandeva
Date Deposited: 19 Nov 2018 11:24
Last Modified: 19 Nov 2018 11:25

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