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A City as an Innovative Product

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  • 1. TECHNOPOLIS SKOLKOVO A city as an innovative product ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 2. > Only providing an attractive environment we can get best of the best < An innovative city. A city as an innovation. Idea. Today construction industry, transportation and engeneering systems, security arrangements and control of civil engeneering objects, as well as informatization and environmental conditions of urban space are among the most resource- -demanding fields of human activity. A large innovative potential of those fields attracts scientists and businessmen all over the world with great demand and high investment returns. Creation of a right environment - this is a crucial part of human life and a cornerstone for all the goals of Technopolis' team. Technopolis in Skolkovo may become a firing pad for the newest and most promising technologies of designing and constructing objects of all types. It can also be export and import base for new designing solutions, materials and technologies, as well as for educational standards. Products. Architectural methods (crystal method, f.e.) innovative buildings, materials, energy, efficiency, innovative transportation, service lines, navigation... Volume of all this work exceeds volume of a space development effort. A social and cultural effect of those new practices can determine the development of any state for many years. Realization. Ellaboration and introduction of the product to Russian and international markets. Team of the project: Victor Maslakov, Boris Bernasconi ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 3. > Energy-efficient buildings > Alternative transportation > Security systems > Water purification > Modern power generation > Lighting systems > Healthy eating > Warm and friendly atmosphere > Prefabricated housing ... The Company should unite government corporations and private institutions as well as business structures to focus on area development as part of the "city as an innovative product" project. InfOtel A temporary object with highly developed business functions: Exhibit room, lecture hall, break-out rooms, designing office, and hotel for guests – – partners and consultants. Crystal An investment map of the area. New Architectural Institute Students take classes right at the building yard, during five years of their studies they learn, design, build and live not far from the construction site. Only the best and most qualified specialists are invited to design the environment and infrastructure of the city The City is provided with all essencial etements, that market is based on. They should be turned into innovative projects, converted into products and brands: The project of innovation cities and area development should be expanded all over Russian Federation and throughout the world: The ways of area development can also be innovative: Only a proper designed environment can make the city really attractive for prospective residents: A Territorial Planning Scheme and a general layot as a basis of area development in the project "a city as an innovative product": TERRITORIAL PLANNING SCHEME ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE OF THE PROJECT For the project development it is essencial that a new architectural department is established. It should be directly attached to the project site. Such institution can be based on the association of several universities: Moscow Architectural University, International University of Moscow and Skolkovo Management School. PRODUCTS OF THE INNOVATION CITY COMPANY FOR CITIES DEVELOPMENT ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 4. As world experience has shown, wooden house-building is considered one of the most convenient, inexpensive and eco-friendly housing technologies. It is preferred by most of developed countries today − In USA and Canada more than 80% of single-family houses and row houses are made of wood − In Japan the percentage of wooden houses is 43% of all buildings currently under construction PREFABRICATED HOUSE Wooden Single-family houses Apartment Buildings with Timber-Framing England Wooden Row houses Germany INNOVATIVE PRODUCT Wood-awards 2008 Murray groove timber house Waugh Thistleton architects − European Union as part of the program "Wooden Europe" is planning to raise the percentage of wooden house- -building to a level of 80-90% in the sector of low-rise construction Russia ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 5. Ten Technology Parks of the World Silicon Valley Purdue Research Park Cummings Research Park Technium Sophia Antipolis Otaniemi Cambridge NETPark Kansai Science City Z-Park ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 6. Technology Parks of the World Cummings Research Park, USA, Alabama, 1997 Specialization: Microelectronics, software, aerospace industry, defense industry, biotechnology (with the exception of students, 25000 Area of land Building area Supporting institutions: Universities Space Research Association (USRA) University of Alabama in Huntsville Leading companies: HP, Delta Air Lines, Motorola, Nokia Number of companies: 500 of companies): 50 (building area/number Housing density (area of land/building area): 540 Website: www.huntsvillealabamausa.com ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 7. Specialization: Biotechnology, medical science (with the exception of students, 3 000 Area of land: 24 ha Building area: 110 947 m2 Supporting institutions: University Purdue Leading companies: Baci, APC, CRS, HP, Indot, USD Number of companies: 197 of companies): 15 (building area/number of companies): 563 Housing density (area of land/building area): 4 578 Website: www.purdueressearchpark.com Technology Parks of the World Purdue Research Park. USA, Indiana, 1993 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 8. Specialization: electronics and digital technology (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 400 000 ha Building area Supporting institutions: San José State University, Santa Clara University, Stanford University, University of California, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Leading companies: Apple, EBay, Adobe, HP, Google, Intel, Oracle, Yahoo Number of companies: 7000 of companies): 178 (building area/number of companies): 571 Housing density (area of land/building area): 10 Website: www.siliconvalley.com Technology Parks of the World Silicon Valley. USA, San Jose, 1971 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 9. Specialization: Innovations, IT, digital and optoelectronic technology, biotechnology (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 7,4 ha Building area: 144 615 m2 Supporting institutions: Swansea University, Carmarthenshire College, Aberystwyth University, University of Wales, University of Glamorgan, Leading companies: Sony Corporation Research Center, IBM HasRes, Heart of Life Number of companies: 173 of companies): 16,8 (building area/number of companies): 835 Housing density (area of land/building area): Website: www.technium.co.uk Technology Parks of the World Technium. Great Britian, Wales, 2001 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 10. Specialization: Innovations, Fundamental Research (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 61,5 ha Building area: 153 300 m2 Supporting institutions: Trinity College, Cambridge University Leading companies: Philips, Citrix Number of companies: 1200 of companies): 29 (building area/number of companies): 480 Housing density (area of land/building area): 2942 Website: www.cambridgesciencepark.co.uk Technology Parks of the World Cambridge. Great Britian, Cambridge, 1970 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 11. Specialization: Virtual Technopolis, high technology, nanotechnology (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 15,8 ha Building area: 24 000 m2 Supporting institutions: Durham University Leading companies: AntNano, C2M, CPI, Forensics, Hyper-Smart, Kromerk, Nanocentral Number of companies: 50 of companies): 20 (building area/number of companies): 480 Housing density (area of land/building area): 1523 Website: www.northeasttechnologypark.com Technology Parks of the World NETPark. Great Britain, Sedgefield, 2004 (The building is expected to finish by 2021) ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 12. Specialization: information and communication technologies, biotechnology, space development (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 2400 ha Building area: 43000 m2 Supporting institutions: Nice Sophia Antipolis University Leading companies: Air France, Amadeus Development Company, ETSI, France Telecom, Legrand, SEMA, Siemens, Shiva etc. Number of companies: 1260 of companies): 20 (building area/number of companies): 34 Housing density (area of land/building area): 17,9 Website: www.northeasttechnologypark.com Technology Parks of the World Sophia Antipolis. France, Nice, 1985 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 13. Specialization: nanotechnology, engineering, research center, geology, high technology (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 30 ha Building area: 300000 m2 Supporting institutions: Helsinki University of Technology (Aalto University School of Science and Technology) Leading companies: Nokia, Kone Neste Oil, Nissan, Microsoft Number of companies: 800 of companies): 40 (building area/number of companies): 375 Housing density (area of land/building area): 10 000 Website Technology Parks of the World Otaniemi. Finland, Espoo, 1989 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 14. Specialization: Science and research center (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 15 000 ha Building area: n/a Supporting institutions: Doshisha University, Kansai Research Cente Leading companies: Matsushita, KDDI, Kyocera, NEC, Shi-Madzu, Canon, Sumitomo Metal, NTT West’s Laboratories Number of companies: 2000 of companies): 100 (building area/number of companies): n/a Housing density (area of land/building area): n/a Website: www.kri-p.jp Technology Parks of the World Kansai Science City. Japan, Kyoto Osaka Nara, 1987 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 15. Specialization: Fundamental Research (with the exception of students, families and Area of land: 23250 ha Building area: n/a Supporting institutions: Peking University, Tsinghua University Leading companies: LenovoGroup, DigitalChina, Kingsoft, Tencent, Nokia, SMIC Number of companies: 200000 of companies): 47,7 (building area/number of companies): n/a Housing density (area of land/building area): n/a Website: www.zgc.gov.cn Technology Parks of the World Z-Park. China, Beijing, 1998 ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 16. URBAN ENVIRONMENT Villas High-Rise Buildings Transport Parking Lots Health Centers Hospitals Security Parks Museums Townhouses Theatre Campus University Schools Kindergartens Library Fire Station Recreation Areas Stops Sports grounds Offices Laboratories ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 17. Single Construction Houses 1−2 stores HOUSING ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 18. HOUSING Row houses 3−4 stores ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 19. High-Rise Buildings 5−6 stores HOUSING ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 20. 10−20 stores HOUSING High-Rise Buildings ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 21. PUBLIC BUILDINGS Officies, Laboratories ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 22. Museum, Theatre, Library PUBLIC BUILDINGS ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 23. School, Kindergarten EDUCATION ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 24. EDUCATION University, Campus ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 25. CITYSCAPE ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 26. SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT
  • 27. MEANS OF TRANSPORT ACITYASANINNOVATIVEPRODUCT

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