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  1. 1. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition Welcome! 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Business Development INNOVATIVE BUILDING APPs & URBAN APPs based on sustainability concepts & flexibility strategies
  2. 2. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Business Development Ir GERMAINE SANDERS BNSP Business Developer architect urbanist studioprofessor MSc TU-D : Urban Design en Strategy.
  3. 3. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives 3 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  4. 4. CHANGING PERSPECTIVES DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives CHALLENGING ASSIGNMENTS OF URBAN TRANSFORMATION: Climate Change: to garantee safe and sustainable urbanity • To restructure residential urban area • To provide for transition of urban functions (.. New Industry, Climate control, Social economical environmental conditions, Traffic..) • Campus developments (chain programming ..combination of residence, social/health care, education) • Multi Functional Accomodation (..strategical civil buildings for flexible use) Germaine Sanders Business Development
  5. 5. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Research Design & Business Development URBAN APPs* *URBAN APPLICATIONS are: additional infrastructure and serial built up components to improve neighborhoods, districts and regions, to provide desired and vital up grading of (urban) areas . Germaine Sanders Business Development
  6. 6. CHANGING PERSPECTIVES DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives CHALLENGING ASSIGNMENTS OF SAFETY FOR CITIZENS Climate Change: to supply safe, flexible and sustainable shelter and dwelling • Retro fitting of buildings and built up area • Flexible floorspace use (.. residential, workspace, office, multi-cultural events, monumental space, dynamic space, ultimate shelter) • Technical ARCHITECTURAL APPLICATIONS • Technical URBAN APPLICATIONS Germaine Sanders Business Development
  7. 7. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Business Development INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURAL APPs* *ARCHITECTURAL APPLICATIONS are: additional construction and serial components for building modifications, to upgrade existing buildings and building stock. Germaine Sanders Business Development
  8. 8. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives VITAL AREA UPGRADING: It happens S L O W L Y all the time…. No one can direct it all alone ! Germaine Sanders Business Development
  9. 9. Change FUNCTION DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Change VALUE Change CHARACTER Change APPEARANCE Change DYNAMICS VITAL AREA UPGRADING = to qualify durable change Germaine Sanders Business Development
  10. 10. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives DESIGN FOR CHANGE and FLEXIBLE SHARING.. 10 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  11. 11. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives WHO DESIGNS CITIES? 11
  12. 12. D DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE Co-production  E International Design Competition S 2010 Rotterdam I Changing perspectives G N AMBITION E IMAGE & R LAW & RULES S IDENTITY POLITICIANS/ GOVERNORS CITIZEN COMMISIONERS/ INVESTORS GOVERNANCE R PROJECTS E KNOWLEDGE S VALUE € E A R C H E R 12 Germaine Sanders Business Development S
  13. 13. Design for future value and urban safety 13 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  14. 14. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition statement 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives There is a task for planners and designers to develop new design tools and methods as a need for effective design in practices and processes of multi stakeholder alliances. Urban design and building typology must allow definition of flexible ownership in place and in time. 14 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  15. 15. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Design for future value of urban space 15 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  16. 16. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition statement 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Urban design in general has been accepted as key to a better urban environment. However as we move on, urban design should evolve to create public space and design to accommodate urban living of greater sustainability. Urban design and building typology must allow definition of space ownership and building ownership in much more flexible ways. 16 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  17. 17. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Design for value of shared desire® 17 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  18. 18. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition statement 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Planners and designers are confronted by an increasing variety of stakeholders, individual people and organisations of people with shared interest or better, with share desire®. Planners and designers need to analyse what these stakeholders value and why they would be interested to participate in the local spatial agenda on the search of Sustainable Urban Form. 18 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  19. 19. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives SHARED DESIRE® 19 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  20. 20. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Actual urban questions: To match these economical strategies with programmes for design we need to investigate questions like: ☼ who values and when? or: ☼ how do we value sustainable projects? 20 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  21. 21. ²FLUX meander-method for complexity planning THE PROJECT OWNERS & USERS FORM MOBILISING AND ANALYSIS of the ANALYSIS OF THE ORGANIZING FOR FREEDOM of DEVELOPMENT challenges DESIGN STATEMENT STAKEHOLDERS Shared desire Planfase Feasibility Feasibility Feasibility AND SUSTAINABLE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE CORPORATE PERFORMANCE CULTURAL PERFORMANCE Plan Gedeeld verlangen for SHARED DESIRE URBAN design, PROJECT RESULTS / MARKET VALUE/ ARCHITECTURE AND time-money quality! IDENTITY / INVOLVEMENT Public Space DRAFT SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENT / VALUE DEVELOPMENT / C2C! ©GS²FLUX
  22. 22. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives VALUE CREATION on SHARED 22 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  23. 23. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives to DESIGN, to INVEST AND to REALIZE FOR CHANGE and FLEXIBLE SHARING.. 23 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  24. 24. LONG TERM STRATEGIES in area transformation • To guarentee long term ideological incentives • To support political and social task forces • To benefit from local connection • To manage real estate positions • To have financial strength
  25. 25. SHORT TERM STRATEGIES in area transformation • To show valued incentives for development • To mobilize Stakeholders and to organize them based on SHARED INTEREST • To make investment strategies flexible • To find out integrated control of desired future value
  26. 26. MID TERM STRATEGIES in area transformation • Taking Opportunities • Get organized and stay flexible, focussed and creative still • Be smart and enjoy business • Innovate and do business
  27. 27. URBAN TRANSFORMATION AREAS HOWEVER: WHO IS IN CHARGE, when and where.. Germaine Sanders Business Development
  28. 28. CENTRAL ROTTERDAM HISTORY of URBAN TRANSFORMATION AREAS PORTS CITY, CITY LIFE, VALUATION MIND MAPS!
  29. 29. CENTRAL ROTTERDAM DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition SCALE of URBAN TRANSFORMATION AREAS 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Germaine Sanders Business Development
  30. 30. CENTRAL ROTTERDAM DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition TYPE of URBAN TRANSFORMATION AREAS 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Germaine Sanders Business Development
  31. 31. CENTRAL ROTTERDAM ACTUAL URBAN TRANSFORMATION AREAS You are here Germaine Sanders Business Development
  32. 32. IDEA.. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition Climate Campus ? ! 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Germaine Sanders Business Development
  33. 33. SENSE.. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Each campus has a successful renewable power source.. NEED.. Who will be the power source in this case? Germaine Sanders Business Development
  34. 34. THINK OF.. Philips High Tech Campus Farmers Research Campus Oxford University Colleges Campus High tech Twente
  35. 35. QUESTION.. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Is there a lasting power of CLIMATE CAMPUS IN VIERHAVENS/ FRUITPORT? Germaine Sanders Business Development
  36. 36. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE THINK OF.. International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives How to connect Initiatives and Investments THE MOMENT ! THE SCALE ! You are here now potential IMAGE of RECYCLING! Germaine Sanders Business Development GERMAINE SANDERS, Kristal MC² conceptontwikkeling voor projectgestuurde transformatie van stedelijk gebied OPPS SYMPOSIUM TRANSFORMATIE, NOV ‘08
  37. 37. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE MAKE OPERATIONAL.. International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives VISION FOR FUTURE.. INCENTIVES ACTORS WITH SHARED DESIRE FLEXIBLE INVESTMENT STRATEGY! Germaine Sanders Business Development
  38. 38. DREAM OF. . •INVESTING IN IMAGE! •NUISANCE IS ALLOWED •SLOW TECHNIQUE IS STRENGHT •LARGE SCALE IS SEXY EXPOSURE! IDENTITY CARRIERS = / = TRENDY BUILDINGS BUT ALSO SMART AND SPECTAULAIR RECYCLING AND IMPRESSIVE SUSTAINABILITY TECHNOLOGY Germaine Sanders Business Development
  39. 39. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives THINK GLOBAL ACT LOCAL THINK GLOBAL ACT LOCAL AREA MARKETING! THINK BIG, START SMALL, ACT NOW! Germaine Sanders Business Development
  40. 40. WATCH OUT DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam WHAT HAPPENS AROUND YOU.. Changing perspectives 40 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  41. 41. Heijplaat: URBAN VILLAGE IN THE DELTA DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE LOOK AT.. International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives
  42. 42. Heijplaat: URBAN VILLAGE IN THE Delta Metropolitan Area POSITIONING.. N w o Maassluis Vlaardingen Schiedam Delfshaven Central Rotterdam z
  43. 43. Heijplaat: urban village on the riverbanks in the Delta POSITIONING.. N Z Pernis Hoogvliet Rhoon Hoogvliet Poortugaal Oud- Beijerland
  44. 44. What goes on? DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE CONSIDERING.. International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Katendrecht park Skill city Urban rooftop PARK Urban Farming Free State Old Village Public Water New New Recycle city Transport Village station Services cluster RDM campus clean energie production Quarantaine domain and local BEACH Germaine Sanders Business Development
  45. 45. shared AMBITIONS, shared PLANNING DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE NAME IT, FRAME IT, MAP IT.. International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Quarantaine area freedom, beach, arts and culture RDM campus Arrival an departure LEARNING, PUBLIC Creating and TRANSPORT innovating over water DWELLING Boat building / job Boats survive Energy production Voorzieningen cluster PLAYING RE-use/ cradle2cradle House construction job in space Dreaming PORT DWELLING PORT Living and Wijde Blik ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES Meet / breeding sports and games / Energy production
  46. 46. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives BUT WHY? for change and flexible sharing.. 46 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  47. 47. WHERE does DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE it HAPPEN International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam future value? Changing perspectives Economical sustainability PROJECT Ecological sustainability PLANET Ecological sustainability PLANET 3P’s: Brundtland rapport) 4P’s:Duurzaam bouwen (DUBO / Duivesteijn et al/see: www.4ptetraeder) PROFIT PEOPLE Economical sustainability Social sustainability PROSPERITY PEOPLE Future value Social / political value Germaine Sanders Business Development ©GS²FLUX
  48. 48. HOW does it HAPPEN? ²FLUX methode G(ebruiker) INDIVIDUAL value Economical future value creation G(eluk) HAPPINESS desire SUSTAINABLE PROJECT G(rondstoffen) RAW MATERIALS recycling G(ebouw) BUILDING economy G(eld) MONEY flows G(ebied) AREA value G(emeenschap) COMMUNITY value PLANET Ecological / Political future value PROSPERITY PEOPLE future value Social/ political / ©GS²FLUX cultural future value
  49. 49. Method to design Sustainable urban projects G’S 49
  50. 50. BUILDING/ Gebouw The spatial technical - and functional values of a building or a spatial object. 50
  51. 51. USER/ Gebruiker The valuation of properties and the building of the area, in line with the identity, experience and quality requirements of users 51
  52. 52. AREA/ Gebied The spatial and economic value of the area / the place 52
  53. 53. COMMUNITY/ Gemeenschap The measurement of quality of buildings and territory provide conditions for a functioning community and social vitality and empowerment. 53
  54. 54. ECONOMY OF HAPPINESS.. ..some years ago in the news.. Our society objective should be hapiness above dynamic efficiency 54
  55. 55. MISSION Inter-connection G and Great pleasure! 55
  56. 56. EXPERTISE Mutual forces 56
  57. 57. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives Design for value of Freedom! shared desire public life UrbanAPPs & ArchAPPS will modify urban context to new social economical € and cultural circumstances. 57 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  58. 58. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition In new scenarios created by complex interactions between stakeholders, Rotterdam 2010 Changing perspectives public space is the result of complex negotiations that need to be managed using tools such as: a. Concept plans and formulas for urban area. b. System designs for sustainability. c. Strategic Master plans and definition of Strategic Projects d. Prototypes of building/ program concepts And so on.. It is common sense that all parties need each other to realise sustainable urban space for sustainable urban life of people together. This ambition is an exciting one meanwhile a never-ending story, the ever ongoing story of the shared desire that is the vital power for successful future value. Urban APPs and ArchAPPs do organise people’s freedom to participate in the planning and designing of New Urban Forms while realizing projects together without having to share everything? How will this be relevant for further practical experiment as well as for theoretical study? 58 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  59. 59. THE PROCES Good Sports! 59
  60. 60. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition statement 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives It is the actual need for more sustainable solutions of spatial problems that raises the ultimate new urban question. And still, the need for more sustainable solutions of spatial problems is primarily a fundamental social economical problem to be reflected on by urban planners and designers when (re)shaping cities and when calculating urban projects for the metropolitan. We notice that urban design culture is shifting towards a culture of designing for smart urban life, eventually.. 60 Germaine Sanders Business Development
  61. 61. DELTA CITY OF THE FUTURE International Design Competition 2010 Rotterdam Changing perspectives THANK YOU ! 61 Germaine Sanders Business Development

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