Blogs: August 29 - September 4

Blogs: August 29 - September 4
Blogs: August 29 - September 4

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The RUPA community of urbanists has once again returned to the problem of outdated SNiPs. Thus, online discussion of the issues of the seminar held on the eve of the Moscow Committee for Architecture and Construction under the title "Basic Principles of Forming Urban Quarter Buildings" with the participation of the chief architect Sergei Kuznetsov continued. For example, according to user Anya Shevchenko, the norms of insolation and fire passages do not correspond to modern ideas about a comfortable city, according to Ksenia Bakeeva - the width of streets and the distance from highways to buildings. However, according to Yegor Shakhpenderyan, “a simple cancellation of insolation will generate even greater compaction”, since it is not the norms that need to be changed, but the design principle itself, comments the user, “that is, formulate the need for high-rise buildings, the possibility of placing low-rise buildings. In fact, this is the plane between the principles of the PZiZ and urban aesthetics."

“Our norms are not bad,” Pavel Chipizubov, in turn, notes, “but what even they are clumsy is their non-application, monotony of decisions, non-environmental friendliness, typical buildings, builders / politicians who imagine themselves to be architects / city planners, etc. ". Alexander Lozhkin writes that it is impossible to correct the Moscow City Codex, it must be canceled and equal to the West, where the City Codex "is not amended three times a year, while secretly trying to change the concept of the entire document by 180 degrees." But Alexander Antonov is sure that the normative approach interferes in principle, and the regulation itself is meaningless: “In today's legislation, these very frames of“unacceptable deviation from the norm”are very unsystematic, absurd and harmful. Rather, they are useless, since they are not aimed at anything and do not lead to the achievement of any goals, especially since there are no intelligible goals, "the blogger concludes.

Instead of rewriting the standards, Alexander Kholodnov proposes "to adapt the design of normal cities to the existing standards," and Yegor Shakhpenderyan - to start developing the norms of neighboring law - "if they appear, then neither insolation nor indents from neighboring areas will need to be prescribed anywhere."

The community members also reacted with a grain of doubt to what was said at the seminar about the quarter development. For example, Yegor Shakhpenderyan doubted that the "blocking out" refers only to new construction, no matter how they begin "to build up the existing peripheral and not very micro-districts following the example of East Berlin." According to Pavel Chipizubov, this is possible, “if the red lines of new capillary passages and the demolition of residential buildings and other objects falling into their zone are approved”; however, hardly anyone is planning such a thing now, the user concludes.

In the same Facebook, on the page of Yuri Avvakumov, a continuation of the discussion around the program of the new competition for the museum center of the NCCA appeared. Avvakumov confirms what Mikhail Belov wrote the day before about “an architectural kazyavka on the body of an architectural monster”: the new center of contemporary art on Khodynka will be covered by “a commercial miracle of half a million square meters,” the architect concludes. “The crowds will move to Auchan through art,” says Elena Gonzalez, indulging in the “interactive, activist art of shopping,” adds Sergei Mironenko. But the art business on Khodynka may “become much more transparent and simpler, especially if commercial galleries are included in a number of shops and stalls,” says the Pro Rus page.

However, in its absurdity, the new project of the NCCA is still losing out to the real phantasmagoria that is being built in Yoshkar-Ola: “Saltykov-Shchedrin is crying in his coffin.All the nonsense about the great city of Foolov was realized! " - comments on what he saw Konstantin Kamyshanov. - The Bruges Quarter grew on the banks of the river. Officials are sitting in Belgian houses. A whole amusing city has been set up with federal money. With the amusing Spasskaya tower in which, of course, the police are sitting. The ocean embankment was built to spite Yalta. The Annunciation Tower was erected, crushing the glory of the Kolomna Kremlin. Bronze Yoshkin Cat is adjacent to the Tree of Life and a copy of the Tsar of the Cannon. The blog praised "Disneyland in Russian" and added that the "architect" of all this is the local governor Leonid Markelov.

Meanwhile, the cry of desperate residents of the famous Moscow skyscraper on the Red Gate thrown in social networks to stop the destruction of the facade of their house, unexpectedly helped. The store located on the first floor began to destroy the wall, making a new entrance, however, as the adviser to the head of the Department of Cultural Heritage Nikolai Pereslegin notes in comments on Facebook, the barbaric work has already been stopped.

And blogger Ilya Varlamov recently inspected the works on the arrangement of the capital's pedestrian zones in Tretyakovsky Proezd, Nikolskaya, Bolshaya Dmitrovka and others. Varlamov was pleased, noticing only that some cafes disfigure them with their closed verandas. However, according to other bloggers, the main disadvantage is the complete absence of trees: “Apparently, secret communications suddenly arose not only near Tverskaya, but also under all other streets, squares and lanes in the city,” the user anderson_mike explains. The situation is worse in Yekaterinburg, where the only pedestrian street in the city was disfigured with a multi-level parking lot. Now this ugly structure, according to the blog, forms the facade of the southern part of the street. Its first floor is not only not adapted for shops and cafes, but is also completely cut off from pedestrians by a "ditch" of storm sewers, the post notes. Bloggers suggest fixing this by adding a shopping gallery to the first floor, or, keeping the building line, expanding it for shops by using underground space.

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