DESIGN OF RESIDENTIAL COMPLEXES WITH ACCOUNT FOR CLIMATIC FACTORS

Elena Moshninova, Natalia Novokhodskaia

Abstract


The article addresses an issue of designing and selling residential complexes without account for climatic characteristics of the territory. Main climatic factors affecting the urban environment, that shall be taken into account in design and construction, are considered. The article gives definitions to climate, climatic factors, local climatic factors, and windproof buildings. The state of the problem is studied, architectural and planning features regarding design of residential complexes exposed to the wind current in hot dry climate conditions are identified and analyzed, recommendations on design of the residential environment considering the above climatic factors are given.

Keywords


Residential complex, block, inner-block environment, climate, climatic factors, windproof buildings

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23968/2500-0055-2018-3-3-22-28

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