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Volume 170, 2018International Science Conference SPbWOSCE-2017 “Business Technologies for Sustainable Urban Development”
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Modeling and Planning in Sustainable Urban Development|
|Published online||13 June 2018|
Saint-Petersburg landscape scenarios and green architecture in the strategy of urban development
Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Department of Urban Planning, Vtoraya Krasnoarmeyskaya str. 4, Saint Petersburg, 190005, Russia
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The evolution of architectural and urban planning practice is only possible through an essential understanding of the basic trends of development for architecture in the contemporary world and their historical backgrounds. One of the most important trends is «green architecture» and «perception the city as landscape». The study looks at the specifics of landscape scenarios development in Sankt-Petersburg and prospects for the inclusion of green architecture into the structure of City Plans and General Plans. Landscape scenarios and elements of green architecture are considered in the context of their historical development, structural features, compositional and design techniques. The article examines in detail the historical stages of the introduction of elements of green architecture in landscape scenarios in the City Plans and General Plans of Sankt-Petersburg-Leningrad in XX century.
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