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  • 1. 気仙沼 KESENNUMA THE BAY THAT SINGS: KESENNUMA AS A RESILIENT CITY Laura Caballero Abby Hofmeyer Nadya Kurbatskikh Chelsea Power Alice Shu Yu Zhang Pratt DM 644 2012
  • 2. ................VISIONOur vision is for Kesennuma to become the leading coastaltourist destination in Japan.MISSIONTo drive economic development for Kesennuma by creating asustainable tourist destination and building on the traditionalmaritime culture by 2020.
  • 3. ................OBJECTIVES BUILD A SUSTAINABLE CITY ENSURE DISASTER EVACUATION CREATE JOB OPPORTUNITIES INCREASE INFLUX OF VISITORS
  • 4. ................STRATEGIES SUSTAINABLE, SOLAR-POWERED CITY CENTER MULTI-USE LIVE/ WORK WATERFRONT FACILITIES VOCATIONAL TRAINING: HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CITY BRANDING: A COASTAL TOURIST DESTINATION
  • 5. AREAS OF MAIN DEVELOPMENT: CITY CENTER & WATEFRONT ................
  • 6. METHODOLOGY DISASTER RESILIENT HABITAT MODEL: MATERIAL SOURCING MANAGEMENT ................Use of local building Results into Lowtechnology Carbon Footprint Reduces pressure onUse of renewable energy natural resources, ecology Ecology reserve naturalOrganic farming resources, increases longevity and balancesComprehensive disaster Reduces loss of life, protectresilience program micro economy and protect natural resources
  • 7. CITY CENTER SUSTAINABLE CLUSTER OF MULTI-USE FACILITIES ................ Credits: Ignatov Architects’ Equinox HouseENTERTAINMENTCOMMERCEACCOMODATIONCULTURAL DESTINATIONDISASTER RELIEF
  • 8. CITY CENTER SUSTAINABLE STRUCTURES ................EARTHSHIP BIOTECTURE PASSIVE ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION Solar Power Solar powered Recycled material Mixed use Any climate Encourages densification Catchwater Promotes diversification Containted sewage treatment Vibrant Sustainble food production Affordable split costs
  • 9. TOURIST DISASTER EDUCATION ................
  • 10. HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENTTRAINED HOTEL STAFF VOCATIONAL TRAINING ................
  • 11. WATERFRONT FISHING ................INDIVIDUAL QUOTA (IQ) RESOURCE SYSTEM MANAGEMENTPRIVATE FUNDING
  • 12. WATERFRONT COASTAL DEVELOPMENT ................ Credits: Saunders ArchitectureMIXED USED CONSTRUCTIONWATER RELATED ACTIVITIES“SINGING BAY” INSTALLATION
  • 13. TOURIST FRIENDLY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM ................Public bus lines don’t cover our target area Private Bus Route: tourist & residents
  • 14. CITY BRANDING BLOGO ................ 気仙沼 THE BAY THAT SINGS!
  • 15. BOTHER AREAS ................ WATERFRONT CITY CENTER - MT. AMBA
  • 16. BVARIATIONS ................
  • 17. IMPLEMENTATIONSTAKEHOLDERS ................
  • 18. IMPLEMENTATIONPARTNERSHIPS ................
  • 19. IMPLEMENTATIONTIMELINE ................
  • 20. IMPLEMENTATIONBUDGET ................
  • 21. IMPLEMENTATIONOPPORTUNITY ................
  • 22. ありがとうございます THANK YOU

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