2013.05.21 studentenplannen spoorzone presentaties rick & alexandra

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  • 2013.05.21 studentenplannen spoorzone presentaties rick & alexandra

    1. 1. Temporary useof vacant urban space26th of February, 2013
    2. 2. Let us introduce ourselves..Rick de BoerGraduate student RE&H and UrbanismInternship at NS Stations (NationalRailway)Masterthesis:Interim Area Development: Thepotential value of temporary use duringthe trans-formation of StationareasAlexandra de JongGratuated July 2012RE&H: field of HousingMasterthesis:The socioeconomic value of temporary use
    3. 3. ContentIntroductionDefinitionFunctions of temporary useValueInterim area development & urbanismTwo extremesSuccess factorsSustainable temporary useWhat to keep in mind when considering temporary use
    4. 4. IntroductionNeed for space is constantly changingAlways periods of transitionRecent contextual changes causingvacancy:• Demographic,• Economical &• Functional changes
    5. 5. Introduction“Is there no end to the pop uprevolution?”
    6. 6. IntroductionIt’s not a new phenomenon
    7. 7. IntroductionHow temporary is temporary?
    8. 8. DefinitionTemporary use:The planned or unplanneduse of vacant spaces,with the intention of using the spaceon a temporary basis(from a few weeks up to 10 years).
    9. 9. FunctionsThe function of temporary use may be:• Programme related• Communicative• Physical• Social• Financial
    10. 10. FunctionsProgramme related functionExperimenting with new functions
    11. 11. FunctionsCommunicative functionImproving the (negative)image of the area
    12. 12. FunctionsPhysical functionPrevention of decay,improving attractivenessof the area
    13. 13. FunctionsSocial functionImprovingliveability
    14. 14. FunctionsFinancial functionRevenue from rent,Improving neighborhood economy
    15. 15. Value as a starting point.But what moved me in the first place?Different functions, differentvalues…
    16. 16. BadeshiffBerlin, GermanyTemporary LeisureBerlinThe no. 1 city ofTemporary Use
    17. 17. UtrechtBron: Temp.architecture.urbanism, 2012AmsterdamVacant urban space
    18. 18. Luik GuilleminsCalatrava, 2009
    19. 19. BredaUtrechtDelftZwolleDutch station areas
    20. 20. Different functions, differentvalues…SocialcohesionPublicspaceImageExperienceFunctionalityEcologyIdentityBut which are needed in the project location?
    21. 21. What is important in this area?• Stakeholder analysis• Urban analysis
    22. 22. What is important in a station area?Otherstakeholders?Stakeholder analysis:
    23. 23. ZwolleUrban analysisArea scale:• Monofunctional• Low ‘experience’ factor (NS, 2012)• Introvert building blocks• Historical value is currently unused
    24. 24. UrbanAnalysisLocal scale:• Unclear entrance• Bad accessibility• Low quality of public space
    25. 25. Analysis frameworkfor mini-casestudies4 focus points for stationarea Zwolle:• Public space• Experience (beleving)• Functionality• Economic utilizationNext: Measuring the influence ofexisting examples of temporary usePublic space ExperienceFunctionality EconomicUtilization
    26. 26. Public SpaceSafety and protection (Gehl, 2006):• Social contol, lightingComfort and enjoyment (Gehl, 2006):• Possibilities to see (sightlines), sit (furniture)
    27. 27. Reizende tuinenArnhem‘Traveling Gardens’
    28. 28. NoorderparkbarAmsterdam100% Marktplaats.nlTemporary Bar
    29. 29. Experience (Beleving)• Aesthetics, Amusement, Escape, Learning (Pine and Gilmore, 1990)• Atmosphere: Possibilities to meet, historical value
    30. 30. Wijn of WaterRotterdamTemporary Restaurant
    31. 31. Boxpark ShoreditchLondon, EngelandTemporary Retail
    32. 32. Economic UtilizationDirect:• Generating financial profit by the exploitation of the temporary functionIndirect:• Creating future value (improving/creating an image; increasing land value)• Reusable/portable temporary use
    33. 33. Temporary ParkingHaarlem
    34. 34. Temporary StudenthousingWageningen
    35. 35. Dumpster Swiming PoolNew York, USATemporary Swimmingpool
    36. 36. Functional• Solving temporary problems• Improving wayfinding• Improving accessibility
    37. 37. Temporary StationRotterdam
    38. 38. Temporary Bike StorageDelft
    39. 39. Small investment, big effectIt does not have to be expensive to achieve big results…
    40. 40. PrinzessinnengartenBerlin, GermanyCommunity garden
    41. 41. Types of development: TwoextremesBerlin:• Bottom up• Cheap• SocialZuidas, Amsterdam:• Top-down• High quality design
    42. 42. BerlinTentstation:• Bottom updevelopment• Small investments• No focus on design
    43. 43. BerlinRAW Tempel:• Old Train yard• Given to the civiliansof Berlin• Multifunctional hotspot:Temporary Art, ClimbingDancehall, Terraces
    44. 44. Zuidas,AmsterdamOase (2013, Q2)• TemporaryUrban Camping• Top down• Focus on designWhy? Location!
    45. 45. Zuidas, AmsterdamStation entrance: Before• Entrance: Hole under the highway• No facilities for train travelerFuture developments:A10 under ground
    46. 46. Temporary station entrance (Claus & Kaan, 2012)
    47. 47. Interim area development &urbanismPossible influence of temporary use on the urban lay-out?• Improving public space• Creating sightlines• Introducing or emphasizing urban axes (connections) and buildingvolumes• Testing functions• Guiding and drawing people
    48. 48. Plan Zuid (Berlage, 1905)
    49. 49. Current situation• Appropriate end of ‘Berlage axis’• New facade added to the square• Improved mix of functions• Improved social control & safety• Setting the standards for the future
    50. 50. To take in considerationRole of temporary use:What are your goals specifically for this location?What role do the temporary functions play in the urban lay-out of the area?Development:Top down of Bottom up? How much control do you want in which area?Which stakeholders would you involve? Local parties?Other succesfactors…
    51. 51. Alexandra deel 2
    52. 52. Success factors(moet ander plaatjevoor komen)
    53. 53. Sustainable temporary useTemporary use may be very sustainable, if you keep in mind..Hergebruik van gebouwen en materialenKans om in te spelen op behoeften van mensenFinancieel zichzelf bedruipend
    54. 54. Keep in mind! / Tips
    55. 55. Reading adviseUrban Pioneers (Verlag, 2007)The Temporary City (Bishop et al. , 2012)

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