The issue of completing the original housing estates in Bratislava is also connected with the urbanization of their main nodes. The urban structure in the Bratislava residential district of Ružinov lacks high-quality urban structuring, the vitality of its main Ružinov axis and the hierarchy of main and secondary nodes. From the junction of the market on Miletičova Street out of the city, there is no legible street line of pedestrians with a ground floor, there are traffic lines with sidewalks, there is no ground floor, there are no more significant squares. The chaotic pole of the current main market town of the city “Miletička Market” is popularly popular, but at the same time it is an unattractive gateway from the east end to the city center. It is a locality with a natural character and manifestations of the periphery. There is a lack of interconnection and functional vitality of pedestrian movement. The transformation of this area on the Ružinov city axis means the strengthening of urban, compositional and ecological principles. The aim of the research was to verify the transformation of an important city hub - Miletičova marketplace on the route Záhradnícka street - Ružinovská. The case studies focused on variant modeling of this locality and the formation of a multifunctional public space. The preservation of the genius loci at the Miletičova market is decided by the footprint of the former slaughterhouse and the footprint of the chimney. The vision of the marketplace as an architecturally completed, ecological entry point into the city was alternatively solved with the parameters of accessibility by a new tram line, with the addition of bicycle transport, pedestrian permeability and complex road transport with static and logistic transport. The blue-green infrastructure of the courtyard was involved in the system of green roofs of the marketplace and additional playgrounds in the field and on the roofs of buildings. The multifunctional character of the area was verified for indoor and open forms of the market, as well as facilities for gastronomy, boutiques, farming, cultural events, as well as opportunities for the presentation of year-round and seasonal events. In this way, the new market structure transforms the node into a place of meeting, trade, rest and relaxation. It creates from the peripheral market the area of a new marketplace, a green oasis, a social, urban, ecological entrance node to the city centre.

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