COMFORTABLE CITY ENVIRONMENT THROUGH THE EYES OF STUDENTS
The younger generation is the future of our civilization or its improved copy. Students - generators of ideas, project concepts. The main thing is to direct and show the right way in time, indicating the range of possible actions. Students-architects, on whom the future of our environment depends, should be well aware that a person needs a comfortable, accessible habitat, because a person reacts to his environment, not only shaping his behavior. The environment generates a complex set of mental processes. Many significant human values are associated with it, including artistic and aesthetic values. The environment can be loved or causing negative emotions - it is important to keep this in mind even at the stage of developing design concepts for the improvement of the territory of the city.
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