Cultural District

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Most cultural districts are built to take advantage of other city attractions such as historic features, convention spaces and parks and other natural amenities.
Structural considerations within or near the district, community leadership and social forces all influence the development of a cultural district and the type of district that results.

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Cultural District

  1. 1. CULTURAL
  2. 2. DISTRICT
  3. 3. UNIQUE
  4. 4. ATTRACTIONS
  5. 5. URBAN
  6. 6. INVESTEMENT
  7. 7. IDENTITYPLACE I
  8. 8. PLACE
  9. 9. HISTORICAL PARKS
  10. 10. MUSEUMS
  11. 11. LIBRARIES
  12. 12. GALLERIES
  13. 13. ARTIST SPACE
  14. 14. WORKSHOPS
  15. 15. ENTERTAINMENT VENUES
  16. 16. CAFES
  17. 17. PERFORMANCE
  18. 18. IDENTITY
  19. 19. CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON HOW PEOPLE WALK IN PUBLIC
  20. 20. Who owns meaning ? Can we design space too touristic friendly?
  21. 21. BEHAVIOR SHAPES WHAT SPACES MEAN… PROXEMICS KINESIOLOGY
  22. 22. KINESIOLOGY
  23. 23. PROXEMICS + PUBLIC + SOCIAL + PERSONAL + INTIMATE How we interact with spaces around us is a vocabulary cultivated form birth.
  24. 24. WE ARE NOT TIGERS A tiger’s personal space is 9 meter. The concept of personal space is an invisible and undefined three- dimensional area surrounding an individual which, when invaded, causes sensations of nervousness, discomfort and /or embarrassment.
  25. 25. Personal space Space offers safety … our sense of what creates uneasiness varies
  26. 26. What spaces make you uncomfortable?
  27. 27. The subway? Surrender of personal space tests our concepts of necessity…
  28. 28. PEOPLE DESIRE SPACE… “How do we understand what people want out of the spaces they use?”
  29. 29. HOW DO WE DESIGN EFFECTIVE SPACES?
  30. 30. HOW DO WE WANT TO LIVE? Our concepts of what is “livable” is shaped by our culture. How a culture values space reflects identity and beliefs. Home work play
  31. 31. DESIGN IS ABOUT CHOICES THAT SHAPE BEHAVIOR AND EXPECTATION.
  32. 32. Control Discovery
  33. 33. WHO DO WE LISTEN TO? Motives drive what is important…
  34. 34. IF YOU PLAN A CITY AROUND CARS …. YOU GET MORE CARS.
  35. 35. Features work based on our perspective on motives
  36. 36. WHAT FEATURES SHOULD WE BUILD INTO A PUBLIC SPACE?
  37. 37. IDENTIFY USES
  38. 38. IDENTIFY USERS
  39. 39. IDENTIFY BOUNDARY
  40. 40. WHAT IS A GOOD DESIGN? Usability Brand functions
  41. 41. WHAT KIND OF SPACES DO WE ASPIRE TO? Our aspirations are shaped by the limits of our existing vocabulary More parks Places to hang out
  42. 42. More shops
  43. 43. Locally grown foods
  44. 44. SPACE Space is not designed, Objects are designed to shape the nature of space
  45. 45. WHAT MAKES GOOD PUBLIC SPACE? “real public space experts are ordinary people who actually live work within a community conversation”- Fred Kent
  46. 46. “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing” -Walt Disney

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