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Presentasjon Ragnhild

  1. 1. NATURE INC. INVERTED MAP OF MOVINGTHROUGH INDUSTRIAL LAND Bergen School of Architecture Master Studio - Malmö DNA Ragnhild Roald
  2. 2. ÖSTRA HAMNEN 5 min 15 min 30 min FOSIE FOSIE Fosie industriby is one of the largest industrial areas in INDUSTRIBY Malmö. Situated by the outer ringroad, and the railway, the location is central, both in a local and global context. Though the site is also within the 30 min range of biking from the inne city, accesible for workers living within the city, it represents the very limit of the city.
  3. 3. RESIDENTIAL CO M ME RC I AL E R ROSENGÅRD TU 20 000 people IL IC R G A SUBURB OXIE TYPOLOGY SCENARIO The area is characterized by enclaves, or islands, of uniform Malmö is growing. With an estimated need of 100 000 new programs. Together with the outer ringroad, the Fosie indus- dwellings, filling in the narrow streach between Fosie and triby acts as a boundary between the city and the surround- suburb Oxie is a possibility. ing agricultural area. When facing the future, could the area be looked upon avsa frontier - a meeting place or point of contact - a common ground, rather than the limiting and excluding boundary it appears to be?
  4. 4. 100% HARD TOTAL AREA SURFACE 4,36 km2 2,53 km2 = 58% 3/5 CI TY /P ERI A SE PH PE ER Y RO EU MAIN PERMEABLE INFRASTRUCTURE SURFACE 8,3 km 2,53 km2 = 42% surrounding road 2/5 PE RO EU CONNECTING ROOFS PATHS possible reduction ca 2 km straight through 1/5
  5. 5. INNER RINGROAD GULLVIKS- SKOLAN AGNESFRIDS GUMNASIUM FREDRIKSBERG INVERTED MAP ALLOTTMENTS JUNCTION Connecting the green structures, and possible areas to include. CHURCH MALMÖ FOLKHÖGSKOLA ÖRESTADS The red sites are points of interest; diverging programs RYTTER- FÖRENING FREDRIKSBERG that could work together with, or benefit from, a new public GÅRD layer of semi-natural character. KUNGSHÖGEN
  6. 6. EDGE TYPOLOGY Edges are established in order to highlight the inherent, but challenged natural qualities at the site. Increasing the pres- ence of nature by densification of typologies. The work on establishing, or finding, these edges lead to the development of a zoning map deciding where, and how to densify.
  7. 7. park agriculture unbuilt densify by planting DENSIFICATION ZONES densifyby building keep open building Densify by by Densify planting up Opening
  8. 8. Densify by bilding Densify by planting Opening up Increase hight New connection Claim open area Infill Plant forest Cleans soil Parking houses Infill/onfill Public Shared ground fas- cilities DENSIFICATION ZONES Today, only 30-40% of the plots are utilized for buildings, In the zonemap, different zones are distributed according to althought they monopolize a lot of land, and to great extent their relation to the diagonal connection, and each other. decide the use of the whole area. The density is low, on av- A combination of densifying by building and densifying by erage one-storey industrial buildings. Open areas are mostly planting, will establish edges along the open area. Enhancing used for parking. the presence of open fields of productive and recovering land in the middle of the industrial area.
  9. 9. 2 1 3 existing alley birch alley existing bike path forest trail NEW CONNECTION new path forest A forest is established on the rim of the zones densifying by planting. The forest varies from 50-100 m in width, and spreading in between the buildings. A trail through the for- Streaching all the way through the area, you could actually est is established to make it accessable for all, creating a take a 3,5 km walk in the forest.A shorter more efficient path crossconnection between the existing bike paths running is also established, running inbetween the zones and open through the area. fields. The path is alligned with alleys of birch trees.
  10. 10. SECTION 2 1 3 Current situation 1-2 floor buildings SECTION 1 industrial halls PLAN SECTION + one floor SECTION 2 PLAN + 4-5 floor buildings 5 m vegetation vegetation SECTION + 4-5 floor buildings SECTION 3 15 m vegetation vegetation narrow streets
  11. 11. Seasonal change establishing the shrubbery some singular trees tall, singular trees new landscape low trees low, compact forest low forest Optaining CO2 in the process of growth composting trees release CO2, which is obtained in fungi and microorganisms timeline 5 years 15 years 30 years 50 years new experiences 100 years sunflower rapeseed poppies lavendar cleansing the soil annual changes in the landscape the ground is prepared for unknown interventions
  12. 12. THE ALLEY Together with the forest, the alleys will add a strong visual Alleys will also add rythm and direction to the path running element to the area. through the open landscape. Enhancing continuity and con- Fast growing, up to 30 cm a year, and very fund of light, the nection with the other paths. birch is well suited as a standalone alley tree. In addition, a full grown birch can drink up to 4-500 l of water a day. THE FOREST A varied deciduous forest provides a rich ground vegetation. hancement of the pH and nutrient content in soil. This is es- Combining different deciduous trees like ash, elm, hazel, pecially beneficial for snails and insects and a rich soil fauna. maple, alder, linden and oak for a varied and complex visual experience. Light and warm deciduous foresats provides rich Other aspects of the forest is the addition of color and sea- ground vegetation. The different types of threes will provide sonal change to the area. The forest will also stop/slow down living conditions for various types of mosses, fungi and in- the wind and prevent erosion from both wind and rain. The sects, and small rodents and birds. For instance the leaves sound of the wind in the leaves will add new sound to offset of the alder are rich in minerals and contribute to local en- the sound of traffic.
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