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NOMA Conference Presentation

  1. 1. 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization TH21 Re rbani ation & Green Design Speaker: Mark Vogl Location: Jefferson E Hear about innovative approaches to regional planning based upon six “Life Principles” and the economic benefits of healthy environment and community. Learn strategies for incorporating green infrastructure to overcome regional physical/economic barriers and about the potential impact of green infrastructure strategies on revitalizing regional urban centers. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  2. 2. 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization TH21 Re rbani ation & Green Design Speaker: Mark Vogl Location: Jefferson E Why you Hear about innovative approaches to regional planning based upon six “Life Principles” and the economic benefits of healthy environment and community. Learn strategies for incorporating green infrastructure to are here here. overcome regional physical/economic barriers and about the potential impact of green infrastructure strategies on revitalizing regional urban centers. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  3. 3. 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization TH21 Re rbani ation & Green Design Speaker: Mark Vogl Location: Jefferson E Why am Hear about innovative approaches to regional planning based upon six “Life Principles” and the economic benefits of healthy environment and community. Learn strategies for incorporating green infrastructure to I here? overcome regional physical/economic barriers and about the potential impact of green infrastructure strategies on revitalizing regional urban centers. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  4. 4. 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization TH21 Re rbani ation & Green Design Speaker: Mark Vogl Location: Jefferson E Why am To encourage an open dialogue that will generate a provocative and constructive discussion on the role of sustainable planning and design in urban revitalization. PLEASE INTERRUPT ME ME. I here? ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  5. 5. AGENDA ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  6. 6. The The CASE “FIT” PROBLEM SOLUTION STUDIES APPROACH Sustainable planning and Definition Unregulated Buffalo design is sprawl is intended to damaging the reverse the Inspiration p planet and damage of destroying sprawl to heal communities. St. Louis the planet and Application communities. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Agenda TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  7. 7. The PROBLEM ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  8. 8. Unregulated sprawl is damaging the planet and destroying communities communities. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  9. 9. The Industrial Revolution: The Rise of Great American Cities  New technologies – production, mobility and architecture  Worker exploitation – immigrant labor, slave labor, child labor  Native American genocide and forced migrations g g  Overcrowding and other social problems  R id economic expansion Rapid i i  Unprecedented pollution ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  10. 10. Second Industrial Revolution: Social, Political and Economic Reforms  1860-1865: Civil War, abolition  1865-1900: Gilded Age, Panic of 1893 and economic depression  1900s-1920s: Progressive Era, massive European immigration g , p g  Workers’ rights: labor unions, labor laws, 40-hour work week  R i 20s, Crash of 1929 and Great Depression Roaring 20 C h f dG D i  1932-1945: New Deal, World War II ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  11. 11. USS Missouri September 2 1945: Missouri, 2, Urban Conditions on the Other Side of the World  Peak urban population, density, vitality of many American cities  Peak of mass transit infrastructure  Shifting architectural philosophies g p p  War effort transformed concept of labor, manufacturing and production  C f replaced by mass production Craft l d b d i  Expectations for returned veterans and families ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  12. 12. Post War Decentralization: Accelerating Urban Racial, Economic Segregation  Federal policies and encouraged decentralization: transportation, housing, and education p , g,  Northern migration of southern blacks seeking work  Local discriminatory policies, redlining, segregation and Jim Crow Laws policies redlining  White flight to suburbs: separate and definitely not equal  Dismantling transit systems; construction of Interstate highway system  Public housing: demolition of working class neighborhoods ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  13. 13. American Industrial Cities Today: Environmentally and Socially Dysfunctional  Struggling Rust-Belt economies  Widespread central city and urban neighborhood disinvestment  Land areas growing much more rapidly than populations  P i t t racially and economically segregated land patterns Persistent i ll d i ll g g t d l d tt  Auto dependency and densities that struggle to support transit  High carbon footprint, inefficient delivery of services and utilities  Economic burden of low density costs shifted to individual households ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  14. 14. The SOLUTION ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  15. 15. p g g Sustainable planning and design is intended to reverse the damage of sprawl to heal the planet and communities. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Solution TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  16. 16. Sustainable Planning and Design: An Response as Old as Human Settlement  Not a recent invention  Technological response to survival: shelter, food, mobility shelter food  Living with the land is tradition common to all indigenous cultures  Ci ili ti collapse when impact of technology reaches tipping point: Civilizations ll h i t ft h l g h ti i g i t Europe: 1346-1400 Mississippian Culture at Cahokia: c 1400 Earth: Today ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Solution TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  17. 17. Sustainable Planning and Design: Western Response to Industrialization  Mid 1800s: addressing quality of life and environment in urban centers  Environmental conditions linked to poor housing and labor conditions  Garden City and City Beautiful Movement (Europe, US): Public open space Mass transit Industrial and commercial centers  Natural resource conservation: National Parks  New Deal: agriculture, conservation g , ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Solution TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  18. 18. Sustainable Planning and Design: Post-Industrial Transition  1883: Landscape Architecture (Frederick Law Olmsted)  1960s: Ecological Planning (Ian McHarg)  1966: Landscape Architecture Foundation: The mission of the Landscape Architecture Foundation is to support the preservation, improvement and enhancement of the environment.”  1993: Contemporary “Green” movement, USGBC Green ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Solution TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  19. 19. Case Studies ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  20. 20. Buffalo ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Studies TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  21. 21. Erie-Niagara Erie Niagara Regional Growth Framework: 20-Year Smart Growth Plan  Analysis of environmental and built conditions across Buffalo region  Scenarios for future development and corresponding fiscal impacts  Action plan for moving in new direction p g ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  22. 22. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  23. 23. Pre 1900 1900‐1940 1940‐1960 1960‐2000 ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  24. 24. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS vs. DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  25. 25. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  26. 26. TREND HYBRID REDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  27. 27. TREND HYBRID REDEVELOPMENT $911 m $334 m $112 m ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: Buffalo TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  28. 28. St. St Louis ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Studies TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  29. 29. Repositioning the St. Louis Region s Economy: St Region’s Focus on Quality of Life and Health of Environment  Greenways, parks and open space  Transit-oriented development  Walkable urban neighborhoods g  Emerging economic opportunities ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  30. 30. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
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  36. 36. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  37. 37. RIVER BEND ISLANDS EADS ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  38. 38. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
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  52. 52. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  53. 53. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  54. 54. Transit-Oriented Transit Oriented Development: Definition  Transit Station  Mixed-Use  Pedestrian-Scale and Priority y  Urban Form ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  55. 55. Transit-Oriented Transit Oriented Development: Benefits  Marketability  Vitality  Accessibility y  Stability  S Sustainability i bili ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  56. 56. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  57. 57. SUNNEN STATION ‐ MAPLEWOOD ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  58. 58. “FIT” Approach FIT ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  59. 59. Definition ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  60. 60. The “FIT” Approach: FIT Fully Integrated Thinking Tool  Evaluates environmental and social conditions of a system  E bli h economic needs or benefits relative to environmental and Establishes i d b fi l i i l d social conditions  Based upon “Life’s Principles” of sustainable systems  Supplements other p pp planning and design p g g processes ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  61. 61. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  62. 62. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK USES BENIGN MANUFACTURING A systemic approach or y pp design that causes no harm in its creation ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  63. 63. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK LOCALLY ATTUNED AND RESPONSIVE A systemic app oac or syste c approach o design that is consistently adapted to its surroundingg ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  64. 64. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK INTEGRATES A CYCLIC PROCESS A systemic approach or design whose processes follow a cyclic path ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  65. 65. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK RESILIENT A systemic approach or design that maintains function following disturbance ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  66. 66. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK OPTIMIZES RATHER THAN MAXIMIZES A systemic approach or design that systemically resolves all factors in context ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  67. 67. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK LEVERAGES INTERDEPENDENCE A systemic approach or design that finds value though interactions ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  68. 68. Sustainable Systems: “Life’s Principles” Biomimicry Guild + HOK ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  69. 69. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach: Definition TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  70. 70. Inspiration ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  71. 71. The “FIT” Inspiration: FIT Fully Integrated Thinking – Fred, Ian, Ted  Frederick Law Olmsted (social reform and landscape architecture)  Ian McHarg (ecological planning)  Theodore Roosevelt (resource conservation at a national scale) ( ) ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  72. 72. Application ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) “FIT” Approach TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  73. 73. The “FIT” Application: FIT Evolving Process for Different Projects and Scales  Cities of the Future: Atlanta, New Orleans, St. Louis  Khed SEZ, Maharashtra, India  Great Rivers Greenway – Regional Greenway Plan Update y g y p ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) Case Study: St. Louis TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
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  96. 96. Thank you you. ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009
  97. 97. Go Cardinals! ENVIRONMENT track (1.5 LU) (HSW & SD) The Problem TH21: Re-urbanization & Green Design 2009 NOMA CONFERENCE | Wednesday, 8 October 2009

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