Pedestrian Friendly Environment in Residential Complexes Case Study Erbil

Iraqi Journal of Architecture & Planning

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Title Pedestrian Friendly Environment in Residential Complexes Case Study Erbil
 
Creator Abbas, Sana Sati
Al.Talib, Asmaa Omar
 
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Description This paper studies the concept of Pedestrian Friendly Environment inResidential complexes. It's defined it as (an environment that possesnumber of design and social characteristics, such as safety, vitality,connected and accessible. Also interesting, comfortable, through gooddesign of pedestrian axes, mixed use and sustainable transportation.The research problem is that (there is a knowledge gap about thecharacteristics of this environment, and its treatment in residentialcomplexes locally .The research hypothesis is that (The PedestrianFriendly Environment in Residential complexes materialized through,planning dimensions, design and environmental characteristics andtreatments). The paper found that the aim of pedestrian friendlyenvironment is to improve the body activities, increase the quality ofspace and the social interaction, materialized the sustainabletransportation. The planning dimensions were the intense mixed use,and the design of pedestrian axes. The main design characteristicswere accessibility, vitality, permeability and safety. And finallyproviding shads as environmental treatment.Key Words:planningdimensions,pedestrian friendlyenvironmentcharacteristics,pedestrian friendlyenvironmenttreatments,residentialcomplexes.
 
Publisher Department of Architectural Engineering at the University of Technology in Baghdad
 
Contributor
 
Date 2018-11-21
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format
 
Identifier http://www.iqjap.org/oj/index.php/iqjap/article/view/128
 
Source Iraqi Journal of Architecture & Planning; Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
2617-9555
2617-9547
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://www.iqjap.org/oj/index.php/iqjap/article/view/128/77
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 Iraqi Journal of Architecture & Planning
 

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