№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 58 June 2017

Theory of architecture


Zhukovsky Roman S.

assistant professor.
Altay State Technical University, Institute of Architecture and Design.
Barnaul, Russia, e-mail: romanzsolar@mail.ru

A DEVELOPMENT FORECAST FOR PUBLIC AND BUSINESS SUBCENTERS IN MAJOR CITIES (WITH REFERENCE TO WESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA)


The object of the study is sub-downtown areas (SDs), secondary elements of the system of urban centers which are closest to main centers (downtowns), characterized by polyfunctionality and a large urban scale. Literary sources, available cartographic materials and actual master plans were used to study the history and modern status of the SDs in large Western Siberian cities with a population between 0.5 and 2.0 million people as being typical climatically and demographically. An extrapolation forecast has been made on the development of SDs in the cities of the type considered. The formation of small commercial cluster-like (territorially two-dimensional) and centrifugal commercial corridor-like (one-dimensional) SDs is to be expected primarily in compact cities such as Kemerovo and Tomsk (with a population of 500 to 700 thousand people) and in spatially fragmented cities or agglomerations such as Novokuznetsk. Large commercial cluster-like SDs are primarily to be expected to be formed in cities such as Barnaul, Omsk and Novosibirsk with a population of more than 700 thousand people, and \ or divided into large urban areas by strip urban infrastructure or landscape. The emergence of large SDs is to be expected primarily in sites within cohesive urban areas that are more than 10 km (6 miles) away from the downtown area, within metropolitan area sectors with large satellite towns.

Key words: public and business subcenter, city center system, Western Siberia, major city, city master plan



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