Through classification of zoning-landscape object-spatial environmental systems in the structure of stopping spacesJournal: Bulletin of Prydniprovs'ka State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture (Vol.2020, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2020-11-10
Authors : Kulichenko N. V.;
Page : 154-166
Keywords : stop; landscape environment; zoning-landscape environment; system; demo-ecosystem; landscape system; stop-landscape system; zoning-landscape system; stop space; classification;
Landscape and zoning-landscape systems in the structure of stop-territorial spaces of cities and settlements of different levels of hierarchy are considered. Purpose of the article is to define the through classification of these landscapes, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems. These systems are considered from the standpoint of the hierarchical manifestation of the constituent elements of the stop-territorial spaces. In the general case, each landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape system takes into account the peculiarities of perception and disclosure of stop-territorial spaces. The stop-landscape system is generalized in the case of zoning-landscape object-spatial environmental ZLOSE-system. The latter, in turn, is a subsystem of the universal ZLOSUE-system. In the ZLOSE-system, at least one more parameter (for example, light-color or sound) of the universal space of sensations of the “average” person is added to the consideration of landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape parameters. According to the generalized 9-zone distribution of “stop space”, 9 generalized types of landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems of “stop space” are formed accordingly. These are the following ZLOSE-systems: I) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems of the “ultra-zone”; II) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems of "core"; III) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems of “stop space”; IV) landscape, stop-landscape, “landscape” and zoningovo V) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems “near-stop space”; VI) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems “around-stop space”; VII) landscape, stop-landscape and “landscape systems zones”, VIII) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems of the “red zone”; and IX) landscape, stop-landscape and zoning-landscape systems of the “infra-zone”. Conclusion. The harmonization of space on the basis of consideration and harmonization of light-colored object-spatial environmental systems and their subsystems in the structure of stop-territorial spaces contributes to the harmonization of the living environment of the population of demo-ecosystems. In turn, this harmonization contributes to improving the quality of life of the population (in particular, users of the stop and the entire stop-territorial space).
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