June 2018


«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 33 March 2011

Theory of architecture

Babich Vladimir N.

C.Sc. (Technology), Professor,
Chair of Theory of Architecture and Professional Communication,
Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts,
Ekaterinburg, Russia, e-mail: v.n.babich@mail.ru

Kremlev Alexander G.

D.Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Professor, Chair of Multimedia Technologies,
Department of Information and Mathematical Technologies and Economic Modelling,
Ural Federal University,
Ekaterinburg, Russia, e-mail: kremlev001@mail.ru

Kholodova Lyudmila P.

DSc. (Architecture), Professor, Head,
Chair of Theory of Architecture and Professional Communications,
Ural State University of Architecture and Art,
Ekaterinburg, Russia, e-mail: lph@usaaa.ru


Contemporary research in various fields of science is in need of better ways for representing objects and processes without any unreasonable simplification of their structure whilst making provisions for the ignoring of certain properties (probably, essential) of processes and phenomena investigated. Modern-day architecture – from objects and fragments to complete city spaces - is a complex system underpinned by synergy principles, which should not be ignored when developing an urban environment and designing new objects in it. An awareness of synergy principles influences the architectonic representation of an urban environment, which allows town-planning concepts to be developed taking into account new materials, technologies and opportunities.

Key words: synergy principles, urban city environment, forms

Russian text of this article

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