№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 43 September 2013

Theory of architecture


Suvakin Evgeny V.

PhD student and tutor, Chair of Architecture.
Research supervisor: Professor T.N. Kolesnikova,
State University - Education-Science-Production Complex,
Orel, Russia, e-mail: eugene2302@yandex.ru

A TOWN-PLANNING MODEL FOR ARCHITECTURAL ARRANGEMENT OF THE NETWORK OF SPORTS FACILITIES IN THE FABRIC OF AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT AND CONDITIONS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT


The article reviews the network of sports facilities in a city and considers its structure. Zones for siting sports facilities are identified depending on conditions surrounding their formation. Comparative analysis of various models of service provision to the public is presented. The author proposes a model of service provision to the public by a network of sports facilities and outlines the dependence of the functioning of a network of sports facilities on the overlapping of areas of service provision is established. The advantages of the novel model of service provision are identified. The proposed procedure may be successfully used for planning and re-planning an existing network of sports facilities in a city fabric.

Key words: sports facilities, a network of sports facilities, city structure, town-planning model



References

  1. Aristova, L.V. (ed.) (1999) Sports Facilities. Мoscow: Sport Academ Press.
  2. Filanova, Т.V. (2008) Development of Local Socio-Territorial Formations in a Large Existing City: with Reference to the City of Samara: PhD (Architecture) dissertation. Saint-Petersburg.
  3. Suvakin, E.V. Analysis of town-planning factors and requirements of the network of sports and health buildings, constructions and complexes. General regularities of formation: Proceedings of the II international research and practice conference Science and Education . Vol.I. – Munich, Germany, 2012.


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