Market squares of historic cities of Ukraine. Market squares purposes

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Excerpt from the book of Oleh Rybchynskyi «Market squares of historic cities of Ukraine» ///

City for all: how to make Kyiv inclusive city

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Abstracts of the participants of the discussion «City for all: how to make Kyiv inclusive city» within the human rights program of Docudays UA ///

Yevroremont of Livoberezhna metro station: systemic causes and comments of experts

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Oleh Totskyi, Yevheniia Moliar and Lev Shevchenko comments on the results of renovation of Livoberezhna metro station; and an analysis of their causes ///

The right to the city — the right to go to the cinema from the street

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«Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theater» (2016) Movie Review ///

Architecture and Ukrainian cinema of the 1920s



What are the links between architecture and cinema? Film critic Asya Shulgin reflects the example of Ukrainian Cinema of the 1920s ///

#Freedom_Competition: how to save the Derzhprom ensemble

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Bohdan Volynskyi explains how local government incompetence threatens the architectural heritage of world significance in Kharkiv ///

City for many: how a gender approach makes cities fairer

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The conclusions of the study visit to Vienna «Gender mainstreaming in urban planning and development" for civil servants and politicians from post-Soviet states» ///

OCCUPY Zhukova: Are the inhabitants of Odessa ready to become pedestrians?

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Viktoriia Olishevska article about the project of conversion of Vice Admiral Zhukov lane in Odessa occupied by parking into a comfortable public space ///

Contemporary urban development in Ukraine: the Vinnytsia case

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How The Integrated Urban Transport and Spatial Planning Strategy for the city of Vinnytsia was elaborated and why this experience is valuable for other Ukrainian cities ///

What Kyiv had lost is not old architecture

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Igor Tyshchenko explains in his blog that «Kyiv, which we lost» — is rather not architectural Kyiv, but landscape. It is urban fabric and urban landscape ///

Bratyslava Cinema: expert evaluation and public deliberation are needed

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Executive summary and video of the roundtable devoted to destruction threats and ways of revitalization of Bratyslava Cinema in Obolon in Kyiv, October 5, 2016 ///

Another Reason to Love Urban Green Space: It Fights Crime

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A new body of evidence suggests that adding greenery in vacant or gray settings reduces criminal activity nearby ///