Landscape component of permaculture as a way to create video-ecological socially-oriented architecture (on the example of Chernivtsi region, Ukraine)
Keywords:permaculture, video-ecology, socially-oriented architecture, innovative employment centers, public spaces, landscape, Chernivtsi region, Ukraine
The article analyzes and investigates the economic problems of urban and rural populations, ecological and emotional-psychological effects on people of urbanized visually "polluted" environment; considers the terms "permaculture" and "video-ecology"; different types of natural landscapes. Methods of greening the urban environment using the principles of permaculture and the possibility of their application in creating a comfortable architectural environment are studied. The aim of the study is to analyze the landscape component of permaculture as a way to create video-ecological architecture (on the example of Chernivtsi region). The basis of the philosophy of permaculture is a competent functional design of interconnected components from which a system is built, namely, in our case – a socially-oriented architecture, which involves the design of an architectural environment focused on addressing the social needs of society. Describes ways to create a video-ecological innovation center of employment with public spaces with the study and consideration of the permaculture method of areas for landscaping, as well as designing a complex and creating public spaces according to different types of landscape areas of Chernivtsi region in Ukraine.
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