Revised 16 January 2022
Accepted 25 November 2022
Available Online 10 January 2023
- Urban planning
Historic environment regeneration
The continuity of the history, traditions and culture of the city is an important task of modern urban planning. As part of the research, this article considers examples of urban spaces, whose image contains “extraordinary features of the local”, deep cultural meanings: from individual elements of the historical environment (Krasnoyarsk, Russia), through a system of open public spaces (Yeniseysk, Russia; and Seattle, U.S.), to residential areas of the city (Suomenlinna Fortress in Helsinki, Finland). The focus is on complex reconstruction and regeneration programs for these settlements, and on already built objects. Particular attention is paid to the formation of the open public spaces in the protection zones of cultural heritage objects, which directly or indirectly influence their shaping, architecture and decor, functional and object constituents. The issues of regulating the uniqueness of the place are touched upon.
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Cite This Article
TY - CONF AU - Natalia Unagaeva PY - 2023 DA - 2023/01/10 TI - Contextualism: A Modern Interpretation of the Historical and Cultural Context in an Urban Environment BT - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Architecture: Heritage, Traditions and Innovations (AHTI 2022) PB - Athena Publishing SP - 337 EP - 345 SN - 2949-8937 UR - https://doi.org/10.55060/s.atssh.221230.046 DO - https://doi.org/10.55060/s.atssh.221230.046 ID - Unagaeva2023 ER -