PriMera Scientific Surgical Research and Practice (ISSN: 2836-0028)

Research Article

Volume 1 Issue 2

Modular Approach to Solving Public Spaces and Medical Complexes - Synthesis of Nature and Technology

Svetlana Danilova*

February 12, 2023


The article considers the integration of modular solutions of therapeutic landscapes and interactive public spaces with a high degree of digitalization into the infrastructure of the city and special-purpose facilities, medical complexes and institutions. The article examines the role of the therapeutic function of therapeutic landscapes using a modular approach as a response to the challenges of time. It is important to combine growing technological capabilities with landscaping components. It is in this synthesis that the author sees the future development of the urban environment and the landscape of medical facilities.

Keyword: pattern; urban morphology; integrity; development; BIM for landscape; unique design; simulation algorithm; identity; utilities; technologies; innovations; design of alternatives; construction; competitive ability; potential; innovative development; municipal economy; community economy; urban semiotics; residential yards and gardens; county level; digital public spaces; neurorehabilitation; formation of man of today; scenario approach


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