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Impact of Lighting Design on Yasenevo (Moscow) Urban District's Image

ФИО студента: Polina Gladun

Руководитель: Ivan Mitin

Кампус/факультет: Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism

Программа: Urban Development and Spatial Planning (Master)

Оценка: 7

Год защиты: 2019

The thesis is devoted to the study of the influence of lighting design on the visual image of Yasenevo district in Moscow through the perception of the image of the inhabitants and an expert in the field of lighting design. The relevance of the thesis is associated with its novelty in urban studies, as well as with the novelty of an interdisciplinary scientific approach. Scientific studies on the influence of light design on the imaginative representations of residents of Moscow districts are absent today. As a result of the study, the underlying layers of the Yasenevo mythogeographic model were identified. Thus, in the view of the residents of Yasenevo, it appears as green district-island, district of progressive ideas of Soviet modernism, district with a rich historical and cultural heritage. As a result of the stude, we concluded that the local identity of the district is built on its natural and architectural-planning features. Studying the evening visual image of the area, as well as the structure of its light environment, we were able to determine the nature of the influence of light design on the image of the area as a whole. Thus, the influence of lighting design was determined by us as moderate, since all layers of the representations were preserved to a lesser or greater degree. At the same time, light design influences the image of the Yaseneva through its evening-night visual image, constructing it with the help of a light environment consisting of light spaces.

Full text (added May 27, 2019)

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