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Robert M. Karn 06152011

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL URBANISM Cultural heritage and Digital Aided Social Planning (programmazione digitale assistita): A European Experience
  • FUNDAMENTALS
    • COMMUNITY
    • ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK (struttura ambientale)
    • ( digital framework )
    • TRANSPORTATION
    • OPEN SPACE
    • RENEWABLES
    • (plug and play)- (collega e usa)
    • SPATIAL ASPECTS (aspetti spaziali)
    • SYNERGISTIC ROLE
    • IN THE COMMUNITY (il ruolo sinergetico nella comunità)
      • Culturally rich Infrastructure
      • Holistic thinking
      • Environmental Science
      • Economics “The real price”
      • Public policy (politica pubblica)
      • Agriculture forestry: settore agricoltura e selvicoltura
    • COMMUNITY
  • SPRAYBOGEN German federal government complex competition winner
    • IDEA SOCIETIES
      • State of the art
    • INNOVATIVE OUTCOMEs (risultati innovativi)
    • Environmental vs.
    • Spatial structure
      • Education
      • Industrial sector
    UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH Mathematics building
    • SIMPLIFY UNDERSTANDING
    • (semplificare il procedimento)
    Per Capita Energy Consumption 7794/4203/ 3000 kgoe Per Capita Waste 760/540/ 460 kg Per Capita Roadway (infrastrutture stradali) 5730/910 sf Per Capita Green House Gasses (effetto serra) 23.5/11.9/ 9.8 mt Reduction in Green House Gasses From 1990 +7%/-21%/ +5% Percentage of renewable energy production 10%/14% Maintaining Quality of life - reducing the environmental footprint Land areas required for equal density
    • Monte Carlo 17,120 Isk
    • Masdar 15,000 Isk
    • New York City 10,617 Isk
    • Cambridge Mass 6,340 Isk
    • Rome 2,150 Isk
    • New York Urban 2,090 Isk
    • Boston 1,990 Isk
    Chicago 4,850 Isk Monte Carlo 17.200 Isk Munich 4,400 Isk
    • Monaco 16,900 Isk
    • Germany 235 Isk
    • Italy 201 Isk
    • China 140 Isk
    • USA 32 Isk
    • BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO LIVE
    • ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK
    • Digital Framework
        • Transportation
        • Opens space and Pedestrian networks
        • Renewables
          • Energy
          • Water
          • Waste
          • Digital
        • Community spatial structure/culture
    • TRANSPORTATION
    • Integrated Multi-model Systems
    • HIGH SPEED RAIL
    • RFID ( Radio Frequency Identification)
    • Deutsche Bundesbahn development strategy
    • BERLIN “a rail city”, Big Dig (grande scavo- progetto di tunnel sotto il suolo) multimodal interconnected
    • TRANSIT SYSTEMS
    • ITS Intelligent Transportation Systems
    • Building for the future
      • right decisions
      • examples to look at
    • Quality of life Benefits
    • Removal of Impediments (barriere architettoniche)
    • Maintained right of way (mantenere la precedenza)
    • Population concentration
    Chemnitz University of Munich Wuppertal monorail 1890’s
    • ROADWAY SYSTEMS
    • ITS (Intelligent transportation system) Control Systems
    • Roadway layout software (software per la disposizione stradale)
    • Impact of fluid dynamics.
      • Pollution, noise, barrier
    • Where there is a problem there is an industry
    • Benefit to small communities
    • A 96 Autobahn
    • Eching am Ammersee
    • Etterschlag
    • RING ROADS
    • ITS sustainable system
      • Phased construction (Costruzione a fasi)
      • Capacity increases/conversion (Espansioni di capacità/converzioni)
    • Mitigating the substantial impacts
      • Tangential highways
      • At grade or below in cities (a livello 0 o subterreno nelle città)
      • Elevated and tunnels in the natural environment
      • Land use restricted at interchanges (restrizioni allo sfruttamento del terreno presso gli intercambi o uscite stradali)
    Deck Park 4.1 miles of tunnels or depressed highway 1-500’ elevated section Tunnel transition / sound barrier MUNICH BIG DIG Tunnel segments initiated by a surprise yes vote in a public referendum
    • ARTERIAL COLLECTOR
    • Character / efficiency / Rotary
    • Multi Purpose / mitigating impacts
      • Barcelona Spain
    • LOCAL
    • ITS for pedestrians and bicyclist/GPS (privacy)
    • Complete Closure (Riservatezza completa)
    • Local traffic only
    • Zone commiserate with use (zona calibrate all’uso)
    • Traffic Calming
      • Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • LOCAL
    • Cultural infrastructure
    • Minimum standards
    • area dedicated to pedestrian-bicycle.
    • Traffic Calming
      • Bohmte, Germany
    • PARKING
    • Parking strategy/policy
    • ITS/Phone APP/Automation (Applicazione- automazione telefonia)
    • Minimum standards -Innovation at the level of the single family house
    • Integral part of tourist industry
    • LOGISTICS
    • Rich in digital systems/ GPS/ITS
    • Percent of traffic
      • 500,000 trucks a day
      • Increase of 68% 2025
    • Innovative ideas
    • Completion of the Swiss
    • Gotthard tunnel
    • 36K(151K) /155mph (miles per hour)/4000t
    • $10 Billion
    • 200-250 trains a day
    • 1996 Begin $1300 per person
    • OPENSPACE
    • Rich in digital systems/
    • GIS (Geographic Information System – Sistema di informazione geografica)/Hydrology/Fluid Dynamics
    • Natural environments to
    • intimate pedestrian spaces
    • Integrated system:
      • Wildlife reserve
      • Forest/open space
      • Agriculture/Recreation
      • Urban spaces
        • Pedestrian zone
    • Ecological urbanism
    • Environmental urbanism
    • Agricultural urbanism
    • Energy Urbanism
    • Landscape urbanism
    • Large public reserves
    • Reserve and wildlife management
    • Agriculture close to Villages
      • Financial benefit to the local farmers,
      • Potential combination with logistics ?
      • Blurred lines/ kleingarten
    • Fussgangerzona
    • Pedestrian Zones
    • GPS/ITS
    • Virtually all German cities and numerous, Austrian, Italian, and Scandinavian, cities have created pedestrian zones,
    • integrated with dedicated bicycling routes
    • Seamless(connessioni senza punti di giuntura) connections to the larger open space system
    • Munich 7 miles of pedestrian streets
    • Stuttgart 9 miles of pedestrian streets
    • Water
    • Rich in digital systems
          • Cultural Amenity (Strutture culturali)
            • Interaction with nature
    • Managed resource
    • Large and small natural systems
      • Open systems
      • Closed systems
    • Human effects
      • Runoff/control
      • Waste/utilize
        • Gray water
        • Brown water
          • Compost
    • Unique infrastructure
      • Historic/Cultural
    • Integral part of the urban framework
      • Balance between hard and soft
    • Environmental value
    • Economic value
      • Munich, Hamburg,
      • Wolfratshausen, Freiburg
      • Ravensburg, Magdeburg
      • Saarburg
    Surfing Munich Trogbruke Magdeburg Cherry creek Denver Colorado Consilium
    • Storm water/Runoff
    • (Deflusso superficiale delle acque piovane)
    • Integrated with building mechanical systems
      • managed
      • Ecological balance
      • Cultural story
    • Waste
    • Rich in digital systems
      • Quality input =quality output
      • Ecological balance
      • Cultural story
        • Ecosan
          • Extensive international projects and bibliography
  • RENEWABLES UTILITIES PLUG AND PLAY Hydro Solar geothermal biomass wind phasing out of fossil fuels ( Arresto graduale dei combustibili fossili)
    • PASSIVE SYSTEMS
    • ACTIVE SYSTEMS
      • Conservation
      • Production
      • Energy Audit (controllo energetico)
        • Identify renewables
        • Solar access/orientation
        • Availability and
        • distribution of digital
        • information,
        • User friendly
        • Community participation
        • and coordination
        • How to weigh the myriad of
        • possibilities without undue
        • expense ( come valutare le numerose possibilità senza affrontare spese inutili )
      • Open space reintegration
        • Greening of the city
          • Roof and ground plane (piano cielo/terra)
        • Contextual natural system enhancement (miglioramento nel contesto del sistema ambientale)
          • Open space archeology
    • Solar Access/ Solar orientation
    • Placing a building’s long face on an east-west axis with a large percentage of its windows on the south side can reduce fuel consumption by up to 25%. Buildings realize even greater energy savings by integrating other passive solar design elements, such as light colored walls, increased insulation (aumento dell’isolante), and night ventilation
    • (triple pane double low-e glazing: vetri doppi e tripli.
    • (heat recovery: recupero del calore)
    • Appropriate development volumes vertically and horizontally
    • construction technologies
      • New wooden windows/ heat protection glass
      • Central heating (calorific value technology) with water heating
      • more than 1 unit.
      • Decentralized ventilation with
      • heat recovery
      • Solar thermal for service water
      • Insulate roof, ceilings, including basement, common walls Isovar .35
      • Court walls externally Neopor .35
      • Street façade internally
    • ACTIVE SYSTEMS
      • Production= sustainable inputs
      • Wind, solar, Hydro, Geothermal, Bio fuel
      • Technology intensive
        • Mauenheim
        • .
    • Active/ Facades
    • Passive techniques in buildings
  • Spectrum of equipment (spettro dell’apparecchiatura)
    • Energy Crops (colture energetiche) for Biogas
    • Market Size Estimate
    • Solar and Geothermal
    • Energy
  • Combined Heat and Power ( mbt-ad: Mechanical biological treatment coupled with anaerobic digestion -
    • Solar Highway
    • 16,000 panels 2.8 MW solar array (griglia, rete) on the roof of a tunnel covering part of German A3 autobahn. Aschaffenburg
    • 2.7 km of the tunnel roof.
    16,000 panels 2.8 MW solar array on the roof of a tunnel covering part of German A3 autobahn. Aschaffenburg 2.7 km of the tunnel roof.
  • LAND USE FUNDAMENTALS
    • Polycentric Evolution
    • Integrated transportation system
    • Integrated open space system
      • Greening of the city
      • Energy /agriculture reserve
      • Interstitial space
    • Compact sustainable Growth Centers
      • City Centers
      • Urban Villages
    • Form based zoning
    • Density
        • Berlin
        • Nuremburg
        • Stuttgart
        • Munich
    • METROPOLITAN REGION CENTER CITY
    • polycentric system
    • Perspective Munich
    • Infill development (sviluppo riempimento)
      • Urban growth districts
    • Scale of city / livability/Exurban Villages
      • Population density
      • 11,500 ISM
        • 5.2 million metro region
        • Halptbahnhof
        • Reim
    • PERSPECTIVE MUNICH
    • Riem
    • 2.146 square miles
    • 1/3-1/3-1/3, 3 part solution
    • 17,000 residents / 8000 Ism
    • 13,000 jobs, industry or business
    • 185 ha (457 acre) park
    • 6 ha PV array on exhibition hall roof
    • Idea , realization and national garden show competition
    • WOLFRATSHAUSEN –MUNICH
    • Urban-Exurban model relationship
    • Urban growth boundaries (limiti)
    • Kernel for sustainability
    • 9.8 square kilometer
    • 17,400 inhabitants
    • 1,780 Ism density
    • Landkreis 115,000- 745 Isk
    • Munich Sbahn
    • Isar Loisach wildlife reserve
    Munich 11,500 Ism Pullach 3,046 Ism Grunwald 120 Ism Buchenheim 500 Ism Baierbrunn 999 Ism Schaftlarn 845 Ism Icking 549 Ism Wolfratshausen 4,943 Ism Total population along the corridor 50,000 Average density 1,570 Ism
  • NEW DIRECTIONS
    • Sustainability/livability quality of life
    • Scientific understanding
    Pedestrian Bridge Amsterdam Borneo
    • Ruhrgebiet
    • continuous open space
      • Unique Brown field reuse within the most densely populated area of Germany
      • UNESCO World Heritage Site
      • Cultural infrastructure
      • Highline railway
    • FREIBURG REGION
    • Solar region / Post Carbon
    • Total community commitment
    • Power supply paradigm shift.
    • Area 59 sm
    • Pop – 217,500
    • Density- 3,681 Ism
    • FREIBURG VAUBAN
      • Energy Audit
    • Hamburg
      • Brown field development
      • .6 sq miles/40% center city enlargement
      • 12,000residents/45,000jobs
      • 20,000 ISM 3.4-5.2 FAR
      • Sustainable city
        • 2011 European Green capital
        • 2013 City of the future
      • Renewables
        • New urban typology 8 m above sea level
        • Embankments (terrapieni, arginamenti, rialzate) at 4.5 meters 22% open space
        • Car/ parking restrictions/sharing
        • Rapid Transit/subway-bus system
        • Community bicycles/70% of pathways auto separated
        • 700 architects/DGNB/Ecolabel
        • Passive House requirements
        • 100 KWH per sq. m. for commercial
        • Local energy supply network/District heating
        • Woody (biomassa legnosa) biomass/bio methane- fuel cell/heat pump (pompa di calore)
    • UBERLINGEN
    • 2-CHP
    • Open space goals
    • Area 58 sm
    • Pop-21,345,
    • Density- 942 psm
    • Salem International school
    • MAUENHEIM
    • The First Bio-Energy village of Baden-Württemberg
      • 100 % Electrical and hot water needs for local homes and businesses
      • Utilizing energy agriculture (crops)
      • Net energy producer
    • Masdar
      • Zero carbon-zero waste
      • 2.16 sq. miles
      • 90,000 inhabitants
      • 41,600 ISM
      • Renewables
        • Flexible system
        • Photo voltaic
        • Waste-segregated-recycled
        • Surrounding plantations
        • Car free
        • Transit/PV PRT (
        • Urban shade fabric (fabbricati per zone ombreggiate urbane)
  • CONCLUSION
    • A framework for sustainability
    • Innovation with the fundamentals
      • Transportation
      • Open space
    • Land Use
      • New ecological paradigm
      • Energy agriculture
      • Renewed connection to exurbia (spazi extraurbani)
    • Bridgeport harbor (porto) tunnel proposal
    Consilium 2010
    • Bangalore
      • NANDI sustainable community
      • .67 sq. miles
      • 16,205 inhabitants/3448 units
      • 24,000 ISM/12 msf comm
      • Renewables
        • 136 ac 28% open space
          • Urban agriculture
        • Water
          • Clear 1.8 m/g/d
          • Waste 1.4 m/g/d
          • Solid 42 k/g/d on site treatment/recycling
        • 14 schools
        • 1 college
        • Car free within ring road
    NANDI Bangalore India Consilium 2010
    • Los Alamos, New Mexico
      • NANDI sustainable community
      • .67 sq. miles
      • 16,205 inhabitants/3448 units
      • 24,000 ISM/12 msf comm
      • Renewables
        • 136 ac 28% open space
          • Urban agriculture
        • Water
          • Clear 1.8 m/g/d
          • Waste 1.4 m/g/d
          • Solid 42 k/g/d on site treatment/recycling
        • 14 schools
        • 1 college
        • Car free within ring road
    NANDI Bangalore India Consilium 2010
    • Pawtucket, Rhode Island
      • . 25 sq. kilometers
      • 1,500 inhabitants/930 units
      • 6,000 ISM/500,000 sm comm
      • Renewables
        • 10 ac 30% open space
          • Urban agriculture
        • Water
          • Clear . 65 m/l/d
          • Waste .48 m/l/d
          • Solid 42 k/g/d on site treatment/recycling
        • 1 schools
        • Car free within ring road
    • Seattle SR 99 Alaskan Way
    • “ Data can make the wrong decision”
    • US pedestrian Zones
    • Denver
    • Boulder
    • Vail
    • Aspen
    • Central City
    • Cultural infrastructure
    • Integral part of the urban framework
      • Balance between hard and soft
    • Environmental value
    • Economic value
    Bachle Freiburg Hamburg
    • PASSIVE SYSTEMS
      • Conservation
        • To reduce inputs
      • Energy Audit
        • Identify renewables
        • Solar access/orientation
      • Open space reintegration
        • Greening of the city
          • Roof and ground plane
        • Contextual natural system enhancement
          • Open space archeology
    • Geo thermal
    • Vienna Austria
    • Sherman replacement hospital
    • Elgin Illinois geo thermal Lake
    • Bundespost
    Robert M Karn 2008 In association with SBRA Architects