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|Published online||24 October 2012|
Interactive model of urban development in residential areas in Skopje
1 Faculty of Architecture, “University Sts. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje, Macedonia
2 SiTI – Higher Institute on Territorial Systems for Innovation, Torino, Italy
3 Institute of Architecture and new Media, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria
Development of residential areas in Skopje in a period after the 1963 earthquake led to an emergence of continuous pressure to the physical structure of the city. It’s essential to analyse, explore and understand the processes that are shaping our city. The study explores interactive tool that exercise the complex analysis of architectural and urban structure within the Skopje’s residential areas and proposes a 3D model to investigate local dynamics and best fitting urban indicators for development. Through series of analysis of diverse typologies, programs, spatial and functional configurations of the dwelling within the city, the study presents an effort by use of Interactive Visualization Tool (InViTo) for modeling of urban development to explicate spatial distribution, the process of transformation and acknowledge the regularities and suitability of development of urban form in Skopje’s residential area and, in particular, the relationship between functions and its localizations.
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