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Title: Urban landscape and spatial heritage: the case of gateway-pathways in Zagreb, Croatia
Authors: Zaninovic, Tamara
Palaiologou, Garyfalia
Griffiths, Sam
Bojanic Obad Scitaroci, Bojana
Keywords: Gateway-pathways
Space syntax
Cultural heritage
Urban streets
Zagreb
Croatia
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: © Taylor & Francis
Citation: ZANINOVIC, T. ... et al., 2018. Urban landscape and spatial heritage: the case of gateway-pathways in Zagreb, Croatia. The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 9 (3-4), pp.274-305.
Abstract: The paper examines theoretical and analytical premises for developing a systematic characterisation of spatial heritage in the urban landscape. Spatial heritage is proposed as alternative and active link between material and immaterial agencies in the formation of the cultural landscape over time. We probe the application of interdisciplinary research at the interface of spatial history, urban heritage, and space syntax studies to expand heritage definitions and understand the role of diachronic spatial elements in urban sustainability. With the use of space syntax analytical methods, we test quantitative descriptions of typological definition of 'gateway-pathways' in the urban landscape. The term refers to routes that historically connected peripheral settlements to the urban core of contemporary cities. The typology was developed during on-going research by the first author at the University of Zagreb as a part of Heritage Urbanism project with reference to a sample of 18 Central European cities that were formerly provincial capital cities of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. This paper looks at the city of Zagreb, Croatia and assesses its historic pathway typologies via syntactical analysis using the transect method established by Hillier (1999). Results give a quantitative validation of the spatial significance of some historical urban pathways over others.
Description: This paper is in closed access until 12/04/2020
Sponsor: The research was partially supported by the Croatian Science Foundation under the project ‘Heritage Urbanism – Spatial and Urban Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage’ (HERU HRZZ 2032; head of the project Prof.dr.sc. Mladen Obad Scitaroci; 2014-2018) and University of Zagreb founding under the research called ‘Urbanscape Emanation’ (head of the project Prof.dr.sc. Bojana Bojanic Obad Scitaroci, 2014-2016).
Version: Accepted for publication
DOI: 10.1080/17567505.2018.1514568
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/34567
Publisher Link: https://doi.org/10.1080/17567505.2018.1514568
ISSN: 1756-7505
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