Height regulations as a method of managing architectural-historic environment

  title={Height regulations as a method of managing architectural-historic environment},
  author={Tatiana Vavilonskaya},
In the framework of present day scientific heritage management paradigm, it is actual to develop new methods of architectural and historical environment development control. For this reason, the purpose of this work is to work out an innovative method adjusted to Samara local contexts. Taking into account regional legislation, housing development morphology, peculiarities of Samara regular plan and historic parceling, the area of each historic household has been divided into three parcels: one… CONTINUE READING

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