Urban-Rural Synergy Between Housing Spatial Patterns and Landscape: Typological Classification of Belgrade Socialist Settlements from an Environmental Perspective
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Ristić Trajković, Jelena P.
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The morphogenesis of the urban territory and its contact with the non-urbanized, natural environment of the wider metropolitan area distinguish issues of the synergy between landscape and spatial patterns in order to achieve their balance, optimization, and harmony. This chapter highlights the conceptual framework of landscape ecology as linking to place-based design approach for studying the synergy of landscape and housing spatial patterns in order to improve their integration in future perspective. The territory of the city of Belgrade is recognized as a specific spatial-morphological system that is a consequence of the urban-rural synergy between socialist housing settlements and environmental processes. The chapter points at the environmental and functional values of nature with a particular focus on housing typology in the process of urban planning and architectural design.
Keywords:Housing Landscape / Nature / Heterogeneity / Hierarchy / Multi-scale approach / Belgrade morphogenesis / Julino Brdo / Konjarnik / Dunavgrad
Source:Handbook of Research on Urban-Rural Synergy Development Through Housing, Landscape, and Tourism, 2020, 115-137
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