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Subjective Dynamic Perception as a Basic Principle of Public Spaces Design: a Case of Moscow Peripheral Zone

Student: Maria Golovenkina

Supervisor: Oleg Baevskiy

Faculty: Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism

Educational Programme: Urban Development and Spatial Planning (Master)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2018

The expansion of communication scope, increasing urbanites's mobilities lead to searching for urban planning tools which may provide successive evolution of peripheral residential areas. Pedestrian infrastructure as an irreplaceable part of city's transportation system may become a framework for public places design and configuration in the peripheral residential area in Moscow. On the base of pedestrian infrastructure integration with points of interest (including transport objects) may have an outcome in design processes on the principle of physical space subjective dynamic perception in the peripheral residential zone.

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