P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture - 22/06/2011, Delft                 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND OPEN...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture    MOTIVATION                                                     ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture    MOTIVATION                                                     ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture    MOTIVATION                                                     ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture    MOTIVATION                                                     ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture    MOTIVATION                                                     ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture    MOTIVATION                                                     ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION                                                         ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION                                                         ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION                                                         ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION                                                         ...
P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION                                                         ...
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Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011
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Wouter Pocornie - P2 pres - UE Haiti 2011

  1. 1. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture - 22/06/2011, Delft EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND OPEN, PUBLIC RESEARCH & DESIGN OF AN SPACE THAT FUNCTIONS AS AN AGENT TOWARDS CULTURAL RESILIENCE
  2. 2. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture MOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft MOTIVATION FUTURE OF BOTTOM-UPRESEARCH GLOBAL URBANIZATION THE WORLD POPULATION, ACCORDING TO UN HABITAT (2007) IS 6.6 BILLION. MORE THAN 50% OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION LIVE IN CITIES AND AN ASTOUNDING 1.06 BILLION (32%) OFINTRODUCTION URBAN DWELLERS LIVE IN SLUMS. THIS NUMBER IS SET TO DOUBLE IN THE NEXT 30 YEARS, UN GLOBAL REPORT 2007.FRAMEWORKFIELDWORKDESIGNCONTEXT
  3. 3. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture MOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft MOTIVATION LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIESRESEARCH KEY NOTES STRATEGY TO OVERCOME THE ‘HANDOVER’ MILESTONEINTRODUCTION SELF-BUILDERS, AN (ORGANIZED) SOCIAL CAPACITY POTENTIAL IN PUBLIC SPACE TO IMRPOVE LOCAL SITUATIONS PLATFORM FOR COMMUNITY MEETINGS IDENTITY & SECURITYFRAMEWORKFIELDWORKDESIGNCONTEXT
  4. 4. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture MOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft MOTIVATION LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIESRESEARCH KEY NOTES STRATEGY TO OVERCOME THE ‘HANDOVER’ MILESTONEINTRODUCTION SELF-BUILDERS, AN (ORGANIZED) SOCIAL CAPACITY POTENTIAL IN PUBLIC SPACE TO IMRPOVE LOCAL SITUATIONS PLATFORM FOR COMMUNITY MEETINGS IDENTITY & SECURITYFRAMEWORKFIELDWORKDESIGNCONTEXT
  5. 5. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture MOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft MOTIVATION LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIESRESEARCH KEY NOTES STRATEGY TO OVERCOME THE ‘HANDOVER’ MILESTONEINTRODUCTION SELF-BUILDERS, AN (ORGANIZED) SOCIAL CAPACITY POTENTIAL IN PUBLIC SPACE TO IMRPOVE LOCAL SITUATIONS PLATFORM FOR COMMUNITY MEETINGS IDENTITY & SECURITYFRAMEWORKFIELDWORKDESIGNCONTEXT
  6. 6. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture MOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft MOTIVATION LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES INCENTIVE PLANNINGRESEARCHINTRODUCTIONFRAMEWORKFIELDWORKDESIGN PEQUENA INGLATERRA, EL SALVADOR (PLAN INTERNATIONAL)CONTEXT
  7. 7. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - Architecture MOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft MOTIVATION LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES INCENTIVE PLANNINGRESEARCHINTRODUCTIONFRAMEWORKFIELDWORKDESIGN PEQUENA INGLATERRA, EL SALVADOR (PLAN INTERNATIONAL)CONTEXT
  8. 8. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft RESEARCH INTO IDENTITY RESEARCH METHODOLOGY URBAN EMERGENCIES EXPLORE LAB Lessons learned from PRACTICE in Research in the THEORETICAL RESEARCH Post-Disaster Re-Development FRAMEWORK of cultural identity in architectural design in the realm DESIGN PROJECT CULTURAL IDENTITY CULTURAL IDENTITY The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES- The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES-INTRODUCTION TION and DESIGN CONCEPT TION and DESIGN CONCEPT CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth- TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth- ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUSFRAMEWORK nerability ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUS nerability LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY CASE STUDY HAITI CASE STUDY HAITI (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION and DESIGN CONCEPT and DESIGN CONCEPTFIELDWORK FIELD WORK PROGRAM CONTEXT ANALYSIS Question for the ON-SITE RESEARCH to Split up in EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE Split up in problems of LOGISTICS, so- verify, into unknows and unknown un- and PUBLIC SPACE, incorporating cially orientated COMMUNITY AWARE- knowns facilities to reduce vulnerability and NESS & GEOGRAPHY DESIGN stimulate community awareness RESEARCH DOCUMENT DESIGN PROJECT RESEARCH THESIS and WORKSHOP Assessing LOCALITY and re ecting onCONTEXT ANIMATION on the cultural perspec- research results tives of bene ciaries
  9. 9. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft RESEARCH INTO IDENTITY BUILDING STYLES RESEARCH PROBLEM DESCRIPTION SOCIAL PROCESSES URBAN EMERGENCIES EXPLORE LAB PROBLEM DESCRIPTION COPING MECHANISM Lessons learned from PRACTICE in Research in the THEORETICAL RESEARCH Post-Disaster Re-Development FRAMEWORK of cultural identity in architectural design in the realm THIS PROJECT AIMS TO ANSWER THE PROBLEM OF MISSING LOCAL IDENTITY IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT. FOR THIS PROJECT, LOCAL IDENTITY IS CONSIDERED IN THREE INTERRELATED FRAMING CONDITIONS: ‘BUILDING STYLE’, ‘SOCIAL PROCESSES’ AND ‘COPING MECHANISM’. THIS AS A DEPARTURE POINT IN ORDER TO DEFINE THE ROLE OF AN ARCHITECT IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE, FOCUSING ON A LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, MEANING THE CULTURAL IDENTITY RECONSTRUCTION PHASE, OF AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND OPEN, PUBLIC SPACE. THIS The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES-INTRODUCTION EVENTUALLY NEEDS TO SET THE FOUNDATION, AS AN AGENT, FOR CULTURAL RESILIENCE. TION and DESIGN CONCEPT CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth-FRAMEWORK nerability ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUS LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY CASE STUDY HAITI (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION and DESIGN CONCEPTFIELDWORK FIELD WORK Question for the ON-SITE RESEARCH to verify, into unknows and unknown un- knownsDESIGN RESEARCH DOCUMENT RESEARCH THESIS and WORKSHOPCONTEXT ANIMATION on the cultural perspec- tives of bene ciaries
  10. 10. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft RESEARCH INTO IDENTITY BUILDING STYLES RESEARCH PROJECT GOALS SOCIAL PROCESSES URBAN EMERGENCIES EXPLORE LAB PROBLEM DESCRIPTION COPING MECHANISM Lessons learned from PRACTICE in Research in the THEORETICAL RESEARCH Post-Disaster Re-Development FRAMEWORK of cultural identity in architectural design in the realm THIS PROJECT AIMS TO ANSWER THE PROBLEM OF MISSING LOCAL IDENTITY IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT. FOR THIS PROJECT, LOCAL IDENTITY IS CONSIDERED IN THREE INTERRELATED FRAMING CONDITIONS: ‘BUILDING STYLE’, ‘SOCIAL PROCESSES’ AND ‘COPING MECHANISM’. THIS AS A DEPARTURE POINT IN ORDER TO DEFINE THE ROLE OF AN ARCHITECT IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE, FOCUSING ON A LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, MEANING THE CULTURAL IDENTITY RECONSTRUCTION PHASE, OF AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND OPEN, PUBLIC SPACE. THIS The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES-INTRODUCTION EVENTUALLY NEEDS TO SET THE FOUNDATION, AS AN AGENT, FOR CULTURAL RESILIENCE. TION and DESIGN CONCEPT PROJECT GOALS CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- TO IMPROVE THE SITUATION OF LOCAL INHABITANT, CONSIDERING VULNERABILITY, HEALTH AND TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth- ARCHITECTURAL COMFORTFRAMEWORK nerability ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUS LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY TO INCORPORATE LOCAL ROOTED IDENTITY IN AN EXTERNAL, INTERNATIONALLY INITIATED, ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTION CASE STUDY HAITI TO MEDIATE THE BRINGING TOGETHER OF AN COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATE LESSONS VIA (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- OPEN, PUBLIC SPACE (AGORA) cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION and DESIGN CONCEPTFIELDWORK TO HONOR TRADITION, BASED ON ITS HISTORICAL EVOLUTION, WHILE MEDIATING GLOBAL (TECHNICAL) CAPACITIES FIELD WORK Question for the ON-SITE RESEARCH to verify, into unknows and unknown un- knownsDESIGN RESEARCH DOCUMENT RESEARCH THESIS and WORKSHOPCONTEXT ANIMATION on the cultural perspec- tives of bene ciaries
  11. 11. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft RESEARCH INTO IDENTITY BUILDING STYLES RESEARCH RESEARCH GOAL SOCIAL PROCESSES URBAN EMERGENCIES EXPLORE LAB PROBLEM DESCRIPTION COPING MECHANISM Lessons learned from PRACTICE in Research in the THEORETICAL RESEARCH Post-Disaster Re-Development FRAMEWORK of cultural identity in architectural design in the realm THIS PROJECT AIMS TO ANSWER THE PROBLEM OF MISSING LOCAL IDENTITY IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT. FOR THIS PROJECT, LOCAL IDENTITY IS CONSIDERED IN THREE INTERRELATED FRAMING CONDITIONS: ‘BUILDING STYLE’, ‘SOCIAL PROCESSES’ AND ‘COPING MECHANISM’. THIS AS A DEPARTURE POINT IN ORDER TO DEFINE THE ROLE OF AN ARCHITECT IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE, FOCUSING ON A LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, MEANING THE CULTURAL IDENTITY RECONSTRUCTION PHASE, OF AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND OPEN, PUBLIC SPACE. THIS The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES-INTRODUCTION EVENTUALLY NEEDS TO SET THE FOUNDATION, AS AN AGENT, FOR CULTURAL RESILIENCE. TION and DESIGN CONCEPT RESEARCH GOAL CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- TO FORMULATE CLEAR METHODS AND INSTRUMENTS, DERIVED FROM A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth- FRAMEWORK, WHICH INCORPORATE IDENTITY IN THE POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT OF A HAITIANFRAMEWORK nerability ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND PUBLIC SPACE LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY CASE STUDY HAITI (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION and DESIGN CONCEPTFIELDWORK FIELD WORK Question for the ON-SITE RESEARCH to verify, into unknows and unknown un- knownsDESIGN RESEARCH DOCUMENT RESEARCH THESIS and WORKSHOPCONTEXT ANIMATION on the cultural perspec- tives of bene ciaries
  12. 12. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft RESEARCH DESIGN GOAL RESEARCH DESIGN PROJECT CULTURAL IDENTITY The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES-INTRODUCTION TION and DESIGN CONCEPT DESIGN GOALS CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- TO SAMPLE CULTURE AS INPUT DERIVED FROM RESEARCH IN ADDITION TO A FLEXIBLE TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth- PROGRAM AND LOCAL CONTEXT ANALYSIS INTO A DESIGN. THIS OUTPUT CONTAINS FA- ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUSFRAMEWORK nerability CILITATIONS THAT ENABLES THE USERS THE COMMUNITY TO RAISE AWARENESS LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY CASE STUDY HAITI (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION and DESIGN CONCEPTFIELDWORK PROGRAM CONTEXT ANALYSIS Split up in EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE Split up in problems of LOGISTICS, so- and PUBLIC SPACE, incorporating cially orientated COMMUNITY AWARE- facilities to reduce vulnerability and NESS & GEOGRAPHY DESIGN stimulate community awareness DESIGN PROJECT Assessing LOCALITY and re ecting onCONTEXT research results
  13. 13. P2 - Wouter Pocornie #1286617 - TU Delft - ArchitectureMOTIVATION 22/06/2011, Delft RESEARCH INTO IDENTITY BUILDING STYLES RESEARCH RESEARCH QUESTION SOCIAL PROCESSES URBAN EMERGENCIES EXPLORE LAB PROBLEM DESCRIPTION COPING MECHANISM Lessons learned from PRACTICE in Research in the THEORETICAL RESEARCH Post-Disaster Re-Development FRAMEWORK of cultural identity in architectural design in the realm THIS PROJECT AIMS TO ANSWER THE PROBLEM OF MISSING LOCAL IDENTITY IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT. FOR THIS PROJECT, LOCAL IDENTITY IS CONSIDERED IN THREE INTERRELATED FRAMING CONDITIONS: ‘BUILDING STYLE’, ‘SOCIAL PROCESSES’ AND ‘COPING MECHANISM’. THIS AS A DEPARTURE POINT IN ORDER TO DEFINE THE ROLE OF AN ARCHITECT IN POST-DISASTER RE-DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE, FOCUSING ON A LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, MEANING THE CULTURAL IDENTITY RECONSTRUCTION PHASE, OF AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE AND OPEN, PUBLIC SPACE. THIS The main theme, the RESEARCH QUES-INTRODUCTION EVENTUALLY NEEDS TO SET THE FOUNDATION, AS AN AGENT, FOR CULTURAL RESILIENCE. TION and DESIGN CONCEPT PROJECT GOALS CULTURAL RESILIENCE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Principples of RESILIENCE and SUS- An approach based on CRITICAL RE- TO IMPROVE THE SITUATION OF LOCAL INHABITANT, CONSIDERING VULNERABILITY, HEALTH AND TAINABILITY in order to reduce the vul- GIONALISM, traditional building meth- ARCHITECTURAL COMFORTFRAMEWORK nerability ods of VERNACULAR & GENIUS LOCI/PHENOMENOLOGY TO INCORPORATE LOCAL ROOTED IDENTITY IN AN EXTERNAL, INTERNATIONALLY INITIATED, ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTION CASE STUDY HAITI TO MEDIATE THE BRINGING TOGETHER OF AN COMMUNITY AND COMMUNICATE LESSONS VIA (Pre-conclusive) results from theoreti- OPEN, PUBLIC SPACE (AGORA) cal framework; RESEARCH QUESTION and DESIGN CONCEPTFIELDWORK TO HONOR TRADITION, BASED ON ITS HISTORICAL EVOLUTION, WHILE MEDIATING GLOBAL (TECHNICAL) CAPACITIES FIELD WORK Question for the ON-SITE RESEARCH to RESEARCH QUESTION verify, into unknows and unknown un- knownsDESIGN HOW CAN A LONG TERM RE-DEVELOPMENT, POST 2010 EARTHQUAKE, OF AN EDUCATIONAL INSTI- TUTE AND PUBLIC SPACE IN ST. MARIE (PORT-AU-PRINCE) ENABLE THE LOCAL INHABITANTS TO IDENTIFY WITH INTERVENTIONS? RESEARCH DOCUMENT TIME: LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT (> 5YEARS), POST 2010 EARTHQUAKE RESEARCH THESIS and WORKSHOPCONTEXT PLACE: ST. MARIE, PORT-AU-PRINCE ANIMATION on the cultural perspec- TARGET GROUP: LOCAL INHABITANTS tives of bene ciaries

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