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2011 03 urban development after the crisis, hans karssenberg stipo 2011 03 urban development after the crisis, hans karssenberg stipo Presentation Transcript

  • Socle du Monde
    Urbandevelopmentafterthe crisis
  • Contents
    1. Vision:What is urbanquality?
    2. Developments:What are the determiningundercurrents?
    3. Consequenses:What is UrbanDevelopmentafter the crisis?
  • Vision: Is this REALLY ‘Sustainable’?
  • Whichstructures have a proven lastingquality?
  • Long lastingquality – the city as complex structure
  • Long lastingquility – time, the city thatbreathes
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Langdurige kwaliteit – organisch structuralisme
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – organicstructuralism
  • Long lastingquality – fourfundaments
    1. Flexibility
    2. Love
    3. Public
    4. Plural
  • Long lastingquality – what went wrong after WWII?
  • Undercurrents
    Crisis?
    • Each crisis leavesbehinditslasting tracks, butit comes and goes
    • Deeperlyingtransitions
    From “Making the City” to “Being the City””
    Megapolisation
    • The urbandevelopment motor since WWII
    • The crisis as a role model?
  • Undercurrents: megapolisation
  • Undercurrents: megapolisation, AMS-SYD in 2 hrs
  • Undercurrents: megapolisation, globalusers
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    Museum Mile, New York
    National Mall, Washington
    Museumsinsel, Berlin
    Millennium Park, Chicago
    Exhibition Road, London
    Museumplein, Amsterdam
    Museumsquartier, Wien
    Louvre, Paris
    Hermitage, St. Petersburg
    Federation Square, Mellbourne
    Balboa Park, San Diego
    Skeppsholmen, Stockholm
    Kunstberg, Brussel
    Városliget, Budapest
    Kitanomaru Park, Tokyo
    Museumsufer, Frankfurt
    Kunstareal, München
  • Megapolisation, newurbancosmopolitans
  • Undercurrents: megapolisation, glocaleconomy
  • Undercurrents: megapolisation, newhousing issues
  • Undercurrents: megapolisation, shrinking & growth
  • Undercurrents: from ‘Making a City’ to ‘Being a City’
  • Undercurrents: from ‘Making a City’ to ‘Being a City’
  • Undercurrents: from ‘Making a City’ to ‘Being a City’
  • Undercurrents: from ‘Making a City’ to ‘Being a City’
  • Undercurrents: from ‘Making a City’ to ‘Being a City’
  • Undercurrents: from ‘Making a City’ to ‘Being a City’
    Threenewlayers of complexity:
    • Inter-disciplinary
    • Explosion of partnerships
    • Fluiddevelopmentprocesses
  • Consequences: market trends
    Immense changes in different markets:
    • Shopping > internet, experience – shopping environments
    • Working > Co-working, crafts, knowledge /creativeeconomy, footloose/megapolisation, experience – workingenvironments
    • Dwelling > singles, silvermarket, energy, quality, shrinkage, footfall, experience – housing environments
    • Social > care and education as new motors, new partnerships, integratedconcepts, experience – interaction environments
  • Consequences 1: inter-disciplinary
    spatial
    urbandevelopmet
    social
    cultural
    spatialdevelopment
    economic
    wellbeing
    Being a City2000-…
    Making a City1950-2000
  • Consequences 1: hardware >> hard+soft+orgware
    socio-
    physical
    vision ???
    social
    spatial
    result ???
    ‘wholistic approach’
  • Consequences 1: hardware >> hard+soft+orgware
    long term
    (eur)region
    city
    middle-up-down
    cultural
    economic
    social
    spatial
    short term
    district
    neighbourhood
    urbananthropology: planned & daily city
  • Consequences 2: Explosion of partnerships
  • Consequences 2: Desk >> comakers & coalitions
    Ondernemers
    Bewoners
    Culturele instellingen
    Experts
    Overheid
  • Consequences 3: Old models nolongerwork
    The traditional rational top down modal (complicated)
    1. startup 2. inventory 3. planning 4. development 5. maintenance
  • Consequences 3: Fluiddevelopmentprocesses
    The newmiddle up down model, chaos&order (complex)
    1. startup 2a . planning = vision 2b. planning = implementing 2c. inventory 5. maintenance is ever present
  • Consequences 3: Top-down >> middle-up-down
    long term
    (eur)region
    city
    middle-up-down
    cultural
    economic
    social
    spatial
    short term
    district
    neighbourhood
  • Fromend-visions to catalysing
  • From project to programme
  • From complicated to complex
    Complex
    • Relational thinking
    • Acting with
    • World that acknowledges and adresses uncertainty
    • Raising a child: learning and adapting on a day-to-day experience. We co-evolve in our relationship with the evolving object.
    • Addressing the complex as a whole, intuition and sensing
    Complicated
    • Mechanic thinking
    • Acting on
    • World that consists of predictable outcomes and results
    • Moon landing: many steps with a lot of detail and the possibility of erros, but we know how it works if we stick to the plan
    • Cutting up larger problems into smaller ones
  • From “Order” to “Chaos & Order & Chaos & …”
    Flowing water
    Damp
    Still water
    Ice
  • Complexity: new management concepts
    Issues have become ‘untamable’: organic systems
    (But also a very human longing for ‘tamability’)
    New management concepts:
    Steering by variation and selection: no pushing or forcing, but folllowing and adding energy to initiatives that match your ambitions
    Synchronicity: development by co-evolution, the inter-action of subsystems
    Self-organisation: no more top-down but energy that comes from within systems
  • Complexity: new management concepts
    New methods:
    • Double think
    • Heterogenousnetworks
    • Networkleadership in stead of focus leadership
    • Attractors, ‘dot on the horizon’
    • Creativecompetition
    • „Wer begeistern will, muss auch selbst begeistert sein“
  • Urbandevelopmentafter the crisis
    Somemisconceptions
    • Urbandevelopment≠Construction
    • Shrinkage≠ Standstill / demolition
    • Urbanregeneration≠ Demolition - construction
  • Urbandevelopmentafter the crisis
    New fundaments
    Developmentalmaintenance & management
    The NaturalFrequency
    The well-understood interest
    New Social Business cases
  • Urbandevelopmentafter the crisis
  • New professionals
    Old skills
    (Sectoral) knowledge
    Loyalty
    New skills
    ‘Craftsmanship’
    Passion / vision / zeal / commitment
    External orientation and network strength
    Creativity / innovation strength
    Entrepreneurship
    Strategy
  • Creative Commons licentie Stipo
    Creative CommonsStipo was founded as “knowledge and consultancy team for urban development” with the aim to create a better urban development practice. Stipo works from the principle “knowledge is free”: we want to share knowledge, methods, insights and inspiration that we collect as much as we can, to reach as many professionals in urban development as we can. We do this with publications, projects in practice, research, concept development, connecting people, training and through www.stipo.nl (Dutch) / www.stipo.info (English).Stipo’s work is not under copyright but under the Creative Commons Licence “Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Netherlands (CC BY-SA 3.0)”. This guarantees that the user may copy, distribute and transmit the work and may adapt the work, under two conditions:1. Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).2. Share Alike — If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one. See also http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/nl/deed.en