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KA6414_Sustainable Urban Design - Stockholm City

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  • 1. SUSTAINABLE URBAN CITYAT STOCKHOLM, SWEDENKKKA 6416 Muhammad bin RamlanSUSTAINABLE URBAN DISIGN P 57600
  • 2. CONTENT Location Stockholm City Stockholm City Plan Stockholm City Green Map Conclusion
  • 3. Location
  • 4. Location
  • 5. Stockholm City
  • 6. Stockholm City Home to approximatelyCapital & largest city in 22% of Swedens Sweden population Known for its beauty, its The earliest written buildings andmention of the name architecture, its cleanStockholm dates from and open water, and its 1252 many parks.
  • 7. Stockholm City
  • 8. Stockholm City
  • 9. Stockholm City
  • 10. Stockholm City Plan Sustainable plan: The Stockholm city plan on 4 October 1999 is the comprehensive plan for land, water uses and development. The main strategy is to achieve sustainable development by “building the city inwards”. An overall green structure (green map) is defined in the plan along with guidelines for green qualities.
  • 11. Stockholm City Green Map
  • 12. CONCLUSION Stockholm As A Sustainable City Reuse already developed land Enhance the character of the city Redevelop semi-central area & transform older industrial areas into new urban areas of mixed uses Concentrate new development to areas with good access to public transport
  • 13. THANK YOU

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