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Roman Pomazan, Alexandr Khvan

Urban Sustain Architecture + Frame Art

http://us-a.com.ua/

Kazimira Malevitcha street 15, Kyiv, Ukraine
Frame Art (Astana) and Urban Sustain Architecture (Kyiv) collaborate on urban strategies since 2014. Teal management of this creative community embodied in interdisciplinary team working from different cities for a common goal. The courtesy includes professionals from architecture, urban design, urban planning, urban policy, culture studies, participatory planning, human and social geography, transport analysis, urban anthropology, urban sociology, urban art, nature conservation.

Culture capital of the Turkic World


Strategy of urban transformation of Turkistan city

Culture capital of the Turkic World


Strategy of urban transformation of Turkistan city
Rethink, reinvent and reload the most ancient city of Kazakhstan involving creative communities, using immense cultural heritage of Great Steppe and encouraging circular economy.
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Transoxiana region, where Turkistan city lays, for centuries was one of the most densely-urbanized areas of Central Asia, Silk Way international trade and culture exchange corridor. The strategy has a mega-goal to explore arise and decline of this ancient urban civilization in order to understand circularity of urban issues, it consequences and interrelations with modern society.
Main objectives of urban transition of Turkistan are:
1) develop local economy,
2) empower of culture and creative industries,
3) recover nature, conserve heritage.
Broader impact of Turkistan urban transition could be replicated in integrated culture strategies for European and Asian cities and in reflection on issues and solutions of coexistence of nomad and urban civilization for sustainability of future generations.



Neighborhood of New City, the epicenter of urban transformation of Turkistan city and administrative center of the region.

Museum of Turkic languages, integration of traditions of Great Steppe and contemporary architecture.

Restoration of ancient rivers. Continuous pedestrian realm that penetrates neighborhoods connecting Old and New City.

Human scale of living blocks with bioclimatic environment.

Convent center of Turkic peoples in the district of culture diplomacy of Centralasian countries.

Culture capital of the Turkic World


Strategy of urban transformation of Turkistan city

Culture capital of the Turkic World


Strategy of urban transformation of Turkistan city
Rethink, reinvent and reload the most ancient city of Kazakhstan involving creative communities, using immense cultural heritage of Great Steppe and encouraging circular economy.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Transoxiana region, where Turkistan city lays, for centuries was one of the most densely-urbanized areas of Central Asia, Silk Way international trade and culture exchange corridor. The strategy has a mega-goal to explore arise and decline of this ancient urban civilization in order to understand circularity of urban issues, it consequences and interrelations with modern society.
Main objectives of urban transition of Turkistan are:
1) develop local economy,
2) empower of culture and creative industries,
3) recover nature, conserve heritage.
Broader impact of Turkistan urban transition could be replicated in integrated culture strategies for European and Asian cities and in reflection on issues and solutions of coexistence of nomad and urban civilization for sustainability of future generations.



Neighborhood of New City, the epicenter of urban transformation of Turkistan city and administrative center of the region.

Museum of Turkic languages, integration of traditions of Great Steppe and contemporary architecture.

Restoration of ancient rivers. Continuous pedestrian realm that penetrates neighborhoods connecting Old and New City.

Human scale of living blocks with bioclimatic environment.

Convent center of Turkic peoples in the district of culture diplomacy of Centralasian countries.


Idea by

Roman Pomazan, Alexandr Khvan
Urban Sustain Architecture + Frame Art
Kazimira Malevitcha street 15
Kyiv
Ukraine
Frame Art (Astana) and Urban Sustain Architecture (Kyiv) collaborate on urban strategies since 2014. Teal management of this creative community embodied in interdisciplinary team working from different cities for a common goal. The courtesy includes professionals from architecture, urban design, urban planning, urban policy, culture studies, participatory planning, human and social geography, transport analysis, urban anthropology, urban sociology, urban art, nature conservation.