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  • 1. European Urban Design for Sustainability Freiburg, Germany
  • 2. BACKGROUND Population 220,000 Area (km2) 15,306 Percent green space/parks/nature 47.1 Hectares per capita green space/nature 0.031 Percent forest cover/forest canopy 42.4 Percent trips made on public transit 18 Percent trips made walking 23 Percent trips made bicycling 27 Greenhouse gas emissions per capita 0.468 Average size of houses/flats (in m2) 74.46 Meters of bikeways per person 0.78 Meters of public transit lines per capita 0.15
  • 3. PLANNING CONTEXT Postwar Rebuilt: Old plot & heritage protection Population Accommodation: Within the existing built area Re-densification: Integrated function, fresh cell infill to promotes old and new designs
  • 4. LANDSCAPE PLANNING Strongly influnced by regional planning: Each state identify, classify, and plan protected areas via state-level landscape plans Hierarchy open space down to local level Building permits only after the assessment
  • 5. AIRFLOW ENHANCE STRATEGY  Restriction on building height and placement  The applications of green rooftops  Arrangement of streets and open spaces to facilitate the air from the hills through the city.
  • 6. WATER MANAGEMENT  On-site management of stormwater: green roof, bioswales  Billing system: based on the volume of stormwater removed from individual properties (metric by impermeable property&estimated rainfalls)
  • 7. TRANSPORTATION BIKING &PEDESTRIAN  30-kmh speed limit and banned in center city for cars  Over 152 miles of bituminized and 103 miles of gravel bike path  Enough parking spaces for bikes
  • 8. TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC TRANPRTATION:  Over 17 miles of light rail and 168 miles of bus network have been developed since 1960  over 72% of all commuters use the tram system  residential planning coordinated with tramlines ( 90% within a half km to a station )
  • 9. TRANSPORTATION TOLLING POLICY Single-fare system (Öko-Ticket): All transit within the city, Valid in RVF transport (60 km2) Transferable to family menbers
  • 10. ENERGY&CLIAMAT CHANGE STRATEGY Energy conservation Renewable energy research Sustainable technology & transportation
  • 11. ENERGY INDUSTRY  Renewable energy and solar research institutions  Rent-free houses for new energy companies  Solar Region Freiburg: compensates for installing solar panels
  • 12. ENERGY & COMMUNITY  Community Projects around cogeneration plant and transit-oriented  Passive home (15 kW/h/m2)  Retrofit old housing
  • 13. CASE STUDY: Vauban The setting:
  • 14. District map
  • 15. Development:1993-2008
  • 16. Main Objectives:
  • 17.  Advantage:  Cost saving(up to 30%)  Influnce  Social contacts CO-HOUSING GROUPS Over 50 co-housing projects have been realized.
  • 18.  The compact urban setting(mix-function)  Reduction of energy needed for heating(mutiple-floor &passive house)  Alternative forms of energy supply (solar energy, combined heat&power plant CHP) ENERGY CONCEPT:
  • 19. MOBILITY CONCEPT:  No parking at the doorstep (community car park, speed limit, main road parking space)  Flexible car-free life( association for car-free living)
  • 20. Results of a survey  And Vanban has the highest density of car sharing vehicles  Lowest ratio of cars to household in Freiburg
  • 21. Achieve healthy and high quality of life for all people in this and subsequent generations. OVERRALL PRINCEPLE (The Freiburg Charter for Sustainable Urbanism) Spatial I. Diversity, Safety & Tolerance II. City of Neighborhoods III. City of Short Distances IV. Public Transport & Density Content V. Education, Science & Culture VI. Industry & Jobs VII. Nature & Environment VIII. Design Quality Process IX. Long-Term Vision X. Communication & Participation XI. Reliability, Obligation & Fairness XII. Co-operation & Partnership
  • 22. THANK YOU

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