Archaeology of the periphery

research, 2013

«Archaeology of the periphery» - in fact the first major interdisciplinary urban research in the post-Soviet practice. Its format and methodological framework are of particular interest: a conscious choice in favor of an equitable interdisciplinary. Set of six «monodisciplinary» ways in which the study was based, indicated by the acronym SPACE (D): the first letters of English words Sociology, Politics, Architecture, Culture, Economics, Data. The main subject of study was the industrial-modernist periphery Moscow. This spatial complex was analyzed in the context of a much larger and diverse class of phenomena, namely, a whole range of peripheral and semi-peripheral new urban typologies, the birth of which was the result of global urbanization jump XX century. Catalog these typologies presented and commented on in the introductory part of the research report. The general trend of the strategic study can be defined as the pursuit of a qualitative renewal of the conceptual apparatus of classical urbanism, built around such reductive concepts as «people», «human resources», «place of employment» and «material needs». In place of the Fordist optics come much more interested, «on» and interactive way of perception of people living in the city as the carriers of certain motivations, cultural archetypes, ideologies, conceptual frames, mental maps and rituals of everyday behavior.

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density population distribution 2013 & PTAL 2013, Federico Parolotto, Davide Boazzi
density population distribution - zoom 3d
pedestrian availability 73% (current cituation)
Pedestrian availability
construction waves 1917—2013
construction waves 1917—2013_zoom
map of clustering. Areas of gomogenious cultural development

CLIENT Moscow Urban Forum
YEAR 2013
STATUS completed
PROGRAM research
CURATOR A. Levinson
WORKING GROUP V. Archangelskaya, L. Marfina, A. Naumenko, R. Ivanyan
EXPERTS D. Rukmana
CURATOR A. Muratov
EXPERTS, AUTHORS OF TEXTS AND ANALYTICAL NOTES M. Blinkin, V. Bogorov, A. Bronovitskaya, N. Volkova, A. Lozhkin, T. Misir, G. Parinos, M. Romakina, J. Surmanidze, K. Tolkacheva, E. Trutnev, E. Shingarev, A. Shukin, B. Evans, A. Yatsenko, A. Belov, A. Vysokovskiy
ORGANIZATIONS Graduate School of Urban Studies and Planning at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics
CURATOR Y. Grigoryan
CO-CURATORS S. Sitar, N. Tatunashvili
WORKING GROUP V. Karovskiy, P. Filippova, M. Mihic-Jeftic, M. Slavnova, S. Telkanova, S. Rastorguev, M. Fedorova, A. Frolova, R. Arakelyan, E. Uglovskaya
EXPERTS A. Bronovitskaya, H. Afanasieff, O. Kazakova, V. Melnikova, F. Parolotto
WORKING GROUP R. Tarnovetskaya, M. Chubukova
EXPERTS A. Gavrilov, M. Shindchelm
CURATOR A. Novikov
AUTHORS V. Bogorov, A. Puzanov, N. Kosareva, T. Polidi
WORKING GROUP E. Dyba, M. Golovina, E. Putilova, A. Vysokovskiy
ORGANIZATIONS Graduate School of Urban Studies and Planning at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics
CURATOR A. Novikov
AUTHORS E. Serova, V. Bogorov
WORKING GROUP F. Kats, A. Lukashenkov, O. Kiselev, I. Maslova, S. Khristolyubov, V. Smakhtin, E. Haiman (Mathrioshka)
ORGANIZATIONS Thomson Reuters, OJSC “MegaFon”, Mathrioshka
LITERARY EDITORS A. Ostrogorskiy, S. Petrov, R. Connah
D. Barbanel, Z. Philippov, Z. Yukechev, A. Chekulaev, S. Kalinin, K. Lukyanov, M. Volhin, M. Shishyannikov, E. Kaporskaya
TRANSLATION O. Grinkrug, F. Ermoshin, D. Ermoshina, L. Lezhneva, S. Lvovsky, S. McDowel, J. Nicolson, A. Razmakhin, A. Shirokova-Koens, L. Shvets, L. Skvortsova, D. Sonkina, A. Turkatenko, S. Tenyaeva, C. Phillips, T. Voronina, A. Yagnyukova
PROOFREADING T. Misir, S. Lampard