Architectural and City-Planning Aspects of Innovation Hubs Formation in the Context of Creative Urban Regeneration (On the Case of Ukrainian Cities)

K. T. Holubchak, O. S. Sleptsov, R. Tomlins

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Abstract

Cities have become the key arenas of territorial competitiveness in the context of creative economy development and continuous innovation processes in all the spheres of social life. Functioning as a community of knowledge, innovation, creativity and learning, modern cities are becoming more dynamic, complex, diverse and open. In this context, new urban strategies and trends need to be taken into account. The concepts of "innovation hub"and "creative city"as a result of the process of creative urban regeneration are covered in the paper. The article states that innovative creative spaces provide unique opportunities to accelerate the generation and diffusion of innovation, especially through effective communication channels and a positive innovation ecosystem. The article covers the topic of architectural and functional aspects and design tendencies of innovative hubs in the structure of a creative city. The research material includes the architectural analysis of existing innovation hubs in Ukraine.
Original languageEnglish
Article number012014
Number of pages9
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume907
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Aug 2020

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