EDIFICE OF ARCHITECTURAL SPACE DEVELOPING IN EXTREME CONDITIONS OF MARS
URI (for links/citations):https://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/111776
(Galkina, H., Grinkrug, N. : 1PhD of Cultural Research, Senior Lecturer of Architectural Space Design Department at Komsomolsk-on-Amur State University, Russia, +7(924) 227 8740, email@example.com. 2PhD in Technical Sciences, Head of Architectural Space Design Department at Komsomolsk-on-Amur State University, Russia, +7 (914) 184 0613, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Proceedings of the XXV ISUF International Conference “Urban Form and Social Context: from Traditions to Newest Demands” (Krasnoyarsk, July 5–9, 2018)
.The article dwells upon the basic principles of the architectural space developing in the stress conditions of Mars. The architectural environment has always played a significant role in social advancement. Nowadays the research study of the environment space forming factors and principles should correspond to the needs of the modern man and public at large. In the meantime, the development of science and technology provides the feasibility of the architectural environment reorganization in light of the necessary requirement to human life and activities. In the development of the architectural space, it is necessary to take into account the reasons determined by natural circumstances. Based on these facts, let us take a closer look at the architectural environment in extreme habitat conditions. The worst conditions for human life and activities of the Mars ecosystem have been chosen for clarity. The architectural space constitution in extreme conditions will allow us to synthesize and analyze information of the morphology, development and function of artificial habitat. The classification model based on typological and hierarchical methods is used. The general principles are presented in the typological method such as: the core principle and all-pervading principles. The article discusses that the core principle is the constant improvement of the architectural space in the extreme habitat conditions. The all-pervading principles include: 1) the principle of consumer orientation; 2) the principle of making fair decisions based on reliable facts; 3) the principle of finalization and monitoring results. The hierarchical way is divided into external and internal factors. External factors in the edifice creation are thought as the influence of various aspects of ecology, economics and technology. Internal factors rely on the interaction of the architectural space with man and society at large. The study of the edifice placemaking in the Mars extreme habitat conditions is based on the strategy of improving architectural spaces not only outside the Earth, but also on its surface. The authors are convinced that such a grotesque example allows to study and develop the topic of extreme conditions and present the best results in the follow-up research.