Scientific Approaches for Planning the Architecture for Urban Economic Space

  • Petro GudzEmail author
  • Maryna Gudz
  • Olga Vdovichena
  • Oksana Tkalenko
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 73)


The basic scientific approaches to the planning of urban economic space architecture based on the methods of structural and logical analysis, generalization, and comparative analysis are investigated as the purpose of the work. An analysis of urban planning methods and interests of residents of territorial communities has been carried out, and successful practices of urban and space revitalization have been investigated. The novelty of the work is formulated—the methodical approach to the choice of methods of planning the architecture of urban economic space has been further developed, which allows to integrate landscape, architectural-construction, financial-economic, marketing-logistical, digital tools of their realization in the triangle of urban entities “power—business—the public.” In urban planning, the methods of solving the problems of planning the architecture of urban economic space are distinguished: rational planning of development, limiting the growth of large cities, segregative distribution in urban areas into functional zones (residential, industrial, communal-warehouse, external transport, suburban), and digitalization of urban space management. Cities compete for development resources, specialists, etc., and are forced to move to master plans for urban development, development strategies, plans for the revitalization of industrial territories, harmonization of urban planning, and the architectural environment of settlements. It is established that effective methods of planning the urban economic space are such methods as: strategy, modernization, reconstruction, revitalization, digitization, social activities, technological innovations, green economy, and logistics.


Urban planning Master plan of the city Economic space City Territorial community Revitalization 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic National UniversityZaporizhzhiaUkraine
  2. 2.Chernivtsi Trade and Economic Institute of Kyiv National Trade and Economic UniversityChernivtsiUkraine
  3. 3.State University of TelecommunicationsKievUkraine

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