Outdoor space regeneration strategies, green infrastructure, nature-based solutions, participatory urban planning, circularity
Dr.arch. Researcher with the Faculty of Architecture of Riga Technical University (RTU), Lecturer, and Managing Editor of the scientific journal of RTU «Architecture and Urban Planning». Fields of specialization: outdoor space regeneration strategies, green infrastructure, nature-based solutions, participatory urban planning, circularity. She was a working group member of the COST Action TU1201 (2012–2016). She is currently a Management Committee member and a Working group «Built environment» member of the COST Action CA17133 and a MC member of the COST Action CA18204. She is a researcher in Taiwan-Latvia-Lithuania Cooperation project «Up-to-date Information Systems in Urban Regeneration» (2020–2022).
Bratuškins, U., Zaleckis, K., Treija, S., Koroļova, A., Kamičaityte, J. Digital Information Tools in Urban Regeneration: Capital's Approach in Theory and Practice. Sustainability, 2020, Vol. 12, No. 19, pp.1-16. ISSN 2071-1050. Available here
Pearlmutter, D., Theochari, D., Nehls, T., Pinho, P., Piro, P., Koroļova, A., Papaefthimiou, S., Carmen Garcia Mateo, M., Calheiros, C., Zluwa, I., Pitha, U., Schosseler, P. Enhancing the Circular Economy with Nature-Based Solutions in the Built Urban Environment: Green Building Materials, Systems and Sites. Blue-Green Systems, 2020, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp.46-72. ISSN 2617-4782. Available here
Koroļova, A., Treija, S. Participatory Budgeting in Urban Regeneration: Defining the Gap between Formal and Informal Citizen Activism. Architecture and Urban Planning, 2019, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp.131-137. ISSN 1691-4333. e-ISSN 2255-8764. Available here
Koroļova, A., Treija, S., Bratuškins, U. Infill Development and Its Impact on the Public Open Space in Large Housing Estates: Case of Riga. In: AESOP Annual Congress in Venice, Planning for Transition: Book of Abstracts, Italy, Venēcija, 9-13 July, 2019. Venezia: AESOP Universita Luav di Venezia, 2019, pp.1201-1201. ISBN 978-88-99243-92-0.
Koroļova, A., Treija, S. Urban Gardening as a Multifunctional Tool to Increase Social Sustainability in the City. Architecture and Urban Planning, 2018, Vol.14, pp.91-95. e-ISSN 2255-8764. Available here
Koroļova, A., Treija, S. Community Gardens as Temporary Uses for Vacant Land Revitalization: the Case of Riga. In: Spaces of Dialog for Places of Dignity: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning : Lisbon AESOP Annual Congress 2017 : Book of Proceedings, Portugal, Lisbon, 11-14 July, 2017. Lisboa: Universidade de Lisboa, 2017, pp.444-449. e-ISBN 978-989-99801-3-6