Phenomenon of Nur-Sultan architecture: Aleatoric principle and identity

  • Mekhribanu Glaudinova International Educational Corporation
  • Assiya Galimzhanova Corporación Educativa Internacional
  • Bekrimzhan Glaudinov Corporación Educativa Internacional
Palabras clave: Identidad, Aleatorio, Planificación urbana, Ciudad simbiótica, Arquitectura de Kazajstán

Resumen

Introducción: El artículo presenta las reflexiones de los autores sobre un fenómeno de la arquitectura moderna como la identidad. Materiales y métodos: la metodología de la arquitectura del soberano Kazajstán se basa en la combinación de estudios históricos y religiosos, análisis comparativo-tipológico e iconográfico, lo que refleja un enfoque sistemático e interdisciplinario del estudio de la arquitectura, la comparación de fuentes históricas y literarias, análisis gráfico compuesto de la disposición y organización espacial de los objetos en cuestión, a partir de su estudio de origen y estudio de campo. Resultados y Discusión: Aplicado a la formación y desarrollo de la capital de Kazajstán - Nur-Sultan - este fenómeno muestra su transformación, debido a la búsqueda de arquitectos que encarnen sus ideas en varios niveles de este fenómeno. Conclusiones: Se deriva el concepto de aleatorio, característico del estado de la capital en la actualidad, que en general caracteriza el estado de la arquitectura moderna de Kazajstán en su conjunto.

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2022-12-01
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Glaudinova, M., Galimzhanova, A., & Glaudinov, B. (2022). Phenomenon of Nur-Sultan architecture: Aleatoric principle and identity. Innovaciencia, 10(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.15649/2346075X.2956
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