AuthorsVasiljević Tomić, Dragana
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Urban green areas have been treated as a part of the urban public space. In oposition to the other public spaces, green areas are mainly covered with vegetation. Directly, they have been in use for active or passive recreation, while, indirectly, they are significant because of their contribution to the quality of the urban environment also. Various functions of the green spaces (health, social, aesthetic, cultural, educational, etc.) improve the quality of life in the city. Green areas should be well positioned and incorporated in the fabric of the city in order to be available to residents of the city. Urban green spaces are important elements of each city. They represent of the image of the city, expanding ecological diversity and, in their essence, they are structural and functional elements that make cities and urban regions more suitable for living.
Keywords:Urban green spaces / Public spaces / Quality of life
Source:Zbornik radova [Elektronski izvor] / Šesti međunarodni naučno-stručni simpozijum Instalacije & arhitektura, 2015, 62-67
- Beograd : Arhitektonski fakultet