March 2018


«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 49 March 2015

Theory of architecture

Skachkov Pavel A.

PhD student, Department of Theory of Architecture and Professional Communications. 
Research supervisor: O.S. Gorneva PhD (Architecture), Associate Professor,
Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts,
Ekaterinburg, Russia, e-mail: paskaiver@gmail.com

Gorneva Olga S.

PhD (Architecture), Associate Professor,
Chair of Theory of Architecture and Professional Communicatio,
Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts,
Ekaterinburg, Russia


The article discusses a methodology for assessing the feasibility of built-up area development. The key parameter for selecting areas with potential for development is the degree of physical wear of the housing. The methodology has been tested with reference to neighbourhoods in the Uralmash and Elmash boroughs of Yekaterinburg.

Key words: housing, physical wear of buildings, estimation technique, area development


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Russian text of this article

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