Bart Goldhoorn. A Tale of Three Cities

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Bart Goldhoorn. A Tale of Three Cities

  1. 1. A TALE OFTHREE CITIESThe Future of Mass HousingBart GoldhoornBlock City Institute
  2. 2. MODULAR CITY
  3. 3. 07-12-1954
  4. 4. ‘On the extensive introduction of industrial methods, improving thequality and reducing the cost of construction’
  5. 5. MOSCOW
  6. 6. TEHERAN
  7. 7. CAIRO
  8. 8. MUMBAI
  9. 9. BEIJING
  10. 10. SEOUL
  11. 11. ANKARA
  12. 12. SIGNAPORE
  13. 13. DESIGNER CITY
  14. 14. CONTEXT
  15. 15. AUTHORSHIP
  16. 16. VARIETY
  17. 17. EUROPE 70s – 80sPRIVATISATION- LESS GOVERNMENT- INCREASE OF HOME AND LAND OWNERSHIP- DEVELOPMENT BY PRIVATE SECTOR- INCREASE OF PRIVATE TRANSPORT- INDIVIDUALISATION OF DEMAND
  18. 18. LOT
  19. 19. TRANSPORT
  20. 20. PRIVATELANDOWNERSHIP
  21. 21. VARIETY
  22. 22. ACCESS
  23. 23. BEFORE
  24. 24. AFTER
  25. 25. AFTER
  26. 26. MODULAR CITY:+ FAST TO DEVELOP+ CHEAP TO BUILD+ PREDICTABLE PROCESS– BAD QUAILTY
  27. 27. DESIGNER CITY:– SLOW TO DEVELOP– EXPENSIVE TO BUILD– UNPREDICTABLE PROCESS+ GOOD QUAILTY
  28. 28. HOW CAN WE IMPLEMENT THEDESIGNER CITY IN DEVELOPINGCOUNTRIES THAT NEED LARGEQUANTITIES OF HOUSING BUT DONOT HAVE THE TIME NOR THEMONEY TO BUILD THIS CITY?
  29. 29. HOW CAN WE COMBINE MASSPRODUCTION WITH THE QUALITIESOF CUSTOM DESIGNED PRODUCTS?
  30. 30. CUSTOM DESIGN = VARIETY + FIT
  31. 31. UNIFORMHAUTE COUTUREPRET-A-PORTER
  32. 32. BLOCK CITY
  33. 33. BLOCK CITY=INTRODUCTIONOF A STANDARDFOR THE SIZEOF URBAN BLOCKS
  34. 34. BLOCK CITY WILL CREATEA MARKET FOR READY-MADEHOUSING PROJECTSTHAT WILL COMPETE FORREALIZATION ON PLOTS WITHSTANDARD SIZES
  35. 35. USING THESTANDARD BLOCK SIZEFOR 40-80% OFNEW URBAN DEVELOPMENTSWILL ENABLE THE CREATIONOF HIGH QUALITY CITIES ATLOW COSTS
  36. 36. CATALOGUE+ARCHITECT
  37. 37. COMPETITION WILL LEAD TO- INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS- BETTER QUALITY- MORE VARIETY- LOWER PRICES
  38. 38. BLOCK CITY PILOT2010A101 BLOCK CITY COMPETITIONMASSHTAB DEVELOPMENTPROGRAM:40.000 INHABITANTS80% OF STANDARD SIZE BLOCKS
  39. 39. 4 MASTERPLANS- KCAP (NL)- MVRDV (NL)- EDDEA (SP)- HSA (DE)
  40. 40. URBAN BLOCK PROJECTSONE SIZE4 SITUATIONS210 PROJECTS30 COUNTRIES
  41. 41. EXHIBITIONSMAY-OCTOBER 2011LOUISIANA MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, DENMARK220.000 VISITORSPRAGUEISTANBULMOSCOWBERLIN
  42. 42. BLOCK SIZE STANDARD- AN INDUSTRIAL STANDARD FOR THE URBAN PLANNING INDUSTRY- CAN BE IMPLEMENTED ON SHORT TERM WITH NO COSTS
  43. 43. BLOCK SIZE STANDARDWILL BENEFIT:- THE POLULATION- CITIES- DEVELOPERS- ENGINEERS- ARCHITECTS(BUT NOT THE DSK)
  44. 44. WWW.BLOCKCITY.ORG

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