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Stressed Public Spaces as focus of research

  1. 1. Roberto MORIS Architect UC, MSc LSE 2nd April, 2014 “Stressed Public Spaces” as focus of interdisciplinary teaching research ESCUELA DE ARQUITECTURA INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS URBANOS Y TERRITORIALES FACULTAD DE ARQUITECTURA, DISEÑO Y ESTUDIOS URBANOS
  2. 2. Contents 1.  Stressed Public Spaces 2.  Ciclocebras project 3.  UrbanLab+ initiative
  3. 3. Stressed Public Spaces •  Cities and mental disorders: association between the quality of life and built environment
  4. 4. Stressed Public Spaces •  Stressed public spaces are those which are not correctly designed for the demand that they receive. •  Generating overloads and impacts on people and the spaces themselves and their components (trees)
  5. 5. Street markets / public transport Santiago, Chile
  6. 6. Methodology! • Survey! • Local Govt.! • Users! • Neighbours! • Markets leaders! Products! 394 street markets! ∼9,600 forms! >150,000 data! Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010 Impact analysis
  7. 7. DATA   Caracte rización   Appraisal     Matrix   General  Plan  of  Management   Specific   Plan   1   Specific   Plan   2   Specific   Plan   3   Orienta@on   planning  amd  management   (@pes)   Phase  1:  Survey  and  Diagnosis   Phase  2:  Recomenda8ons    for  the   implementa8on   Methodology Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010 Impact analysis
  8. 8. Characterization of markets! Characterization of conflicts! Morphological aspects! Dimensions (distance), number of stands, density, branches, occupation zone! Environmental aspects! Garbage collection, care of sidewalks and frontgardens, access to houses garbage and contamination, Road safety! Sociocultural roots and public demand! Users, comsumers, periodicity, buying years, area of influence, Age of the market! With public transport! Interferences, daysof operation, stops with conflicts, access to public transport! Socioeconomical aspects! Average income, informal relationship! Organization of street markets! Local management! Organizational existence! National, regional, local levels! Level of information! Garbage collection, care of sidewalks and frontgardens, access to houses garbage and contamination, road safety! Power of organization! Quantity of people organized, Ratio between organized and non organized! Level of institutions! Different level of involvement! Good and bad practices! Types of practices, complexity, conflicts! Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010 Impact analysis
  9. 9. Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010 Impact analysis
  10. 10. Principles of coexistence! cc Ámbito feria formal ColerosColeros Distancias de cruces Corredores Vialidades Paraderos •  Physical characteristics of the markets! •  Locational criteria! •  Conditions for the setting and operation! Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010! Conditions for a good management! a.  Not only commerce and public transport! b.  Importance of the sector! c.  Transient centralities! d.  Environmental conflicts and public transport! e.  Demand planning and order! f.  Spaces for integration! g.  Fragility and mistrust! !
  11. 11. simple   doble   múl@ple   Tipo  de   Alineación   Ancho  Programa   Ancho   Total   Tipología   de  Calle  Pasillo   Puestos   Circulación   Externa   Estacionamie ntos   Doble   Tradicional   2,5   3  x  2   0,75  x  2   -­‐-­‐-­‐   10  m   Local  o   superior   Simple   1,88   3   0,75   2,37     8  m   Pasaje  o   superior   Múl8ple   2,5  x  2   3  x  2,5   0,75  x  2   -­‐-­‐-­‐   15  m   Servicio  o   superior   •  Physical characteristics of the markets! •  Conditions for the setting ! •  Critical dimensions! ! Principles of coexistence! Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010!
  12. 12. ID  FERIA   FERIA   TERRITORIO   COMUNA   TIPO  FERIA   CONFLICTO   AMB_FUN   CONFLICTO   TR.  PUB   TIPO   CONFLICTO   TIPOS_F_C   NIVEL   ORGANIZACI ONAL   EVALUACIÓN   MUNICIPAL   TIPO  DE   GESTIÓN   MODELO  DE   GESTIÓN   118_PÑL_5   ICTINOS   ORIENTE   PEÑALOLEN   1   medio   alto   1   1   alto   alto   5   B   Research for the Ministry of Transport, OCUC IEUT 2010!Principles of coexistence!
  13. 13. PROYECTO CICLOCEBRAS Investigación aplicada para la articulación de ciclovías formales con ciclovías pintadas en vías compartidas X.lab!
  14. 14. Bike routes and potential space!
  15. 15. Experience of sharing saces!
  16. 16. IEUT UC Internatio nal funds Ciudad Viva MTT Ciudad Emergente Pedaleable MINVU National funds Local Govt. ING UC UNAB Collaborative model! UYT Consultant Ministries and Regional Govt Implementing Universities Organizations & professionals ResearchFunding Policies & Regulations
  17. 17. URBAN LAB+ International Network 1.  Technische Universität Berlin, Germany 2.  École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland 3.  Università della Calabria, Italy 4.  Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 5.  University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa 6.  Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies, India 7.  The Chinese University of Hong Kong 8.  University College London, UK •  to help promoting and enhancing the quality of education and research in European Higher Education Institutions (EHEI) and its international partners through the cooperation of urban laboratories as well as knowledge development and transfer •  to ‘internationalize’ the work of the participating urban laboratories and improve their professional competences to facilitate an education that is based on global knowledge and skills and therewith prepare the students for their future work in today’s rapidly globalizing world.
  18. 18. Cluster Interdisciplinarity / Santiago 2013 “Integrated Public Spaces as Inclusion Strategy” Principles of coexistence! Upgrading! neighbourhoods! Metro! stations! Bike ! routes! Public Space! From this topics different questions emerge: •  What is the meaning of public space in terms of interdisciplinarity? •  Different approaches, disciplines, locations (Santiago - Hong Kong - Berlin) and scales of public space •  How can we use an interdisciplinary approach to address public space as an inclusion strategy in Santiago? •  How can we understand Interdisciplinarity in the context of Urban Lab?
  19. 19. A. Upgrading neighbourhoods: • Juan Antonio Ríos (Independencia) • Huemul (Santiago) B. Metro lines stations: • Line 3 • Line 6 C. Bike routes: • Network integrating Santiago, Providencia, Recoleta & Independencia hUp://workshopsan@ago2013.wordpress.com/   Cluster Interdisciplinarity / Santiago 2013
  20. 20. Collaborative model! PUC Chile Postgr. Course Undergr. Studio Workshop Cluster Chile TUB Germany Postgr. Thesis Simposium Italy Integrated Research Integrated proposal CUHK China Postgr. Studio 2013 2014 2015 à Final Simposium

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