CHAPTER A

 

Survey of the spatial-functional basis structure of the City of Odessa and its most important problems, risks, chances and development options
 

The Objectives

Selected parts of a general inventory are to be made of the situation in the City of Odessa with regard to the city structure, city development, production by sectors and the living conditions of the population there.

This viewing of the city as a whole, from the town planning point of view, by the teaching staff and students from Vienna together with the teaching staff and students from Odessa, provides orientation for the work in greater detail. Otherwise the major interrelations are hardly recognisable and, in the process of analysing and planning on the level of city districts, high priority locations, building blocks or locations further below, important spatial interactions may be easily overlooked.

 

Results

A more profound understanding and an increased basic knowledge of all the students and teachers from Vienna of

  • the City of Odessa's history (political, economic, culture in general, with reference to town planning and architecture),
  • the natural spatial foundations of the city,
  • the main utilisation zones of the city area, as well as its most important economic, ecological and social characteristics,
  • the most essential functional interrelations between the city districts taking into consideration the traffic within the city and between the city and the region around it.
Starting from the most important problems and risks, the basic chances and development options should be understood in this survey.
 
summery of the results
 
Participants

Students from Vienna

  • HOFBAUER Vera (Urban and Regional Planning, Vienna University of Technology)
  • KARLHUBER-VÖCKL Lisa (Urban and Regional Planning, Vienna University of Technology)
  • LUTZ Melanie (Urban and Regional Planning, Vienna University of Technology)
  • NADERER Michaela (Urban and Regional Planning, Vienna University of Technology)
  • SCHWARZ Sandra (Urban and Regional Planning, Vienna University of Technology)

Students from Odessa

  • KIM Tanya (Economic Geography, Mechnikov State University Odessa)
  • YEFIMENKO Kate (Architecture, Odessa State Academy of Construction and Architecture)

Advisers

  • KANONIER Arthur (Institute of Law, Vienna University of Technology)
  • OMELCHENKO Vladislav (Department for Social and Economic Geography, Mechnikov State University Odessa)
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