FORMATION FEATURES OF ARCHITECTURE OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL RECREATIONAL COMPLEXES IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT
The article analyzes the peculiarities of the development of the architecture of multifunctional recreational complexes, it reveals their role and place in the urban environment formation, it ostends the main architectural and spatial solutions and the determined tendencies of modern development.
Intensive development and use of natural resources, the formation of modern transport infrastructure and the development of multifunctional architecture leads to the transformation of many recreational complexes in the urban environment.
Recreational activities are closely linked to nature conservation measures, improvement of service, expansion of nutrition services, trading and everyday life, recreation and entertainment.
The social and urban significance of the object influence on the formation of the architecture of multifunctional complexes, the peculiarities of formation in the urban environment, architectural and design systems, engineering equipment and compositional solution in the structure of large cities.
Multifunctional recreational complex, as an architectural object, becomes not only the place of realization of the needs of society, but also the subject of the image, the object of communication. The latest technologies make the development of the public space as a self-regulated system relevant to the contemporary cultural demands of society and represent an "integrated space" in architecture.
The main methods of forming multifunctional recreational complexes in the modern architecture of public buildings and structures is a self-regulating system, formed by internal and external factors and an integrated approach that corresponds to 5 main qualities: polycentricity, integration of spaces, differentiation, communicative, typological diversity.
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