Transformation of the concept of comfort of the residential and urban environment in the modern conditions of the Almaty City

  • Aizhan Akhmedova IEC Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • Aigul Shotanova IEC Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • Tatsiana Karatseyeva IEC Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Resumen

Introduction: The article carried out work on the study of the formation of the comfort of living in the Almaty city, the Republic of Kazakhstan. Materials and Methods: Analysis of the natural, historical and architectural and planning prerequisites for the emergence and development of the concepts of "living environment", "urban environment", "image of the city" as a space for meeting the needs of residents – economic and household, consumer, educational, cultural, etc. Results and Discussion: The work is based on publications of authoritative sources, and reflects the directions of the authors' research in the framework of scientific research and pedagogical work in the field of design of the architectural environment. Conclusions: The work is based on the following basic elements: urban housing is part of a large system of the urban environment of the city with varying degrees of interconnections; the design of the architectural environment is a specialty that takes into account the formation of the subject-spatial environment, as well as the issues of its qualitative functioning in accordance with the needs of the individual and society as a whole; regardless of the initial qualities, the architecture, the subject-spatial environment of the dwelling and the city acquire the features of regionality as it functions; regional style is a materialized subject-spatial object created on the basis of a cultivated aesthetic image and way of being in a given area.

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2022-12-01
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Akhmedova, A., Shotanova , A., & Karatseyeva , T. (2022). Transformation of the concept of comfort of the residential and urban environment in the modern conditions of the Almaty City . Innovaciencia, 10(1), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.15649/2346075X.2974
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