SPACE SYNTAX METHOD IN CASE OF THE URBAN FRACTURES BETWEEN THE HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURE AND THE SOCIALIST ARCHITECTURE IN THE ROMANIAN CITIES
Keywords:urban fractures, space syntax, architecture, social interaction, cultural identity
The urban fractures between the historical architecture and the socialist architecture in the Romanian cities is a wide and significant phenomenon especially because the actual planning strategies do not address this problem. There are strategies for the protection of the historical buildings, there are strategies for the development of the socialist buildings, but not for the urban fractures as a whole. The paper presents an advanced digital methodology for the multi-criterial analysis of the urban fractures in order to discover ways of defining and regenerating them. In fact, the brutal interventions which led to the urban fragmentation of the Romanian cities could be researched and solved through computer based methodology. Key words: urba
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