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Road to Scheveningen (P1 Presentation)

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This is my presentation for P1, more or less the compact version of my thesis plan. Any critic or suggestion? You're always welcomed! :)

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Road to Scheveningen (P1 Presentation)

  1. 1. Road to SCHEVENINGEN towards a lively and attractive Dutch seaside resort P1 Presentation by Amy Ikha Yanti Santoso (4120663) Delta Intervention Studio 10 November 2011
  2. 2. of this project are : To investigate the spatial condition for1. lively and attractive Dutch seaside resort, with an emphasis on accessibility and water defence aspect2. To produce design guidelines of lively and attractive Dutch seaside resort3. To test the design guidelines on Scheveningen4. To provide design alternatives on selected scenarios
  3. 3. of this project is :SPATIAL ASPECTon the theme ofACCESSIBILITY &WATER DEFENCEwithout disacknowledging the importance of other relevant aspects inSCHEVENINGEN
  4. 4. of this presentation is : 1. Introduction 2. Problem Statement 3. Project Framework 4. Research Question 5. Methodology 6. Final Products 7. Schedule
  5. 5. Weak connection andaccessibility with other areas.Apart from Scheveningen, Hoekvan Holland and Zandvoort,visitors can only use bus or carsto reach smaller seaside resorts 1. Introduction
  6. 6. Located in one of the biggest cityin The Netherlands, The Hague,in south-wing Randstad (NL’seconomic center)Although it is the most popularseaside resort, it shares similaraccessibility problem with othersmall Dutch seaside resortsIt has high potential to be furtherdeveloped, especially with theundergoing boulevarddevelopment 1. Introduction
  7. 7. Long travelling time withpublic transportPublic transportationinterchanges for visitor fromother cities or regionsSevere traffic jam in summerIndirect car route toparking area 2. Problem Statement
  8. 8. Not enough parking spotsin summer, vacant spacesin other seasonsUnattractive gapbetween parking areaand beachIn summer, Scheveningenis full with car 2. Problem Statement
  9. 9. 10m Low level of integration on global scale 50m Low level of integration on local scaleHigh Low 2. Problem Statement
  10. 10. 10m Low level of vitality on global scale 50m Low level of vitality on local scaleHigh Low 2. Problem Statement
  11. 11. Low spatial quality Little amount of eyes on the street 2. Problem Statement
  12. 12. THE WEAK LINK IN DUTCHCOASTAL DEFENCE 2. Problem Statement
  13. 13. 3. Project Framework
  14. 14. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?Is it necessary to provide more routes for car, (motor)cycle and pedestrian toimprove the accessibility to Scheveningen?If yes, what is the most suitable spatial strategy to do that?What is the spatial strategy to reduce the traffic jam on the way to Scheveningen?What is the spatial strategy to accommodate the extreme high and extreme lowtraffic load in Scheveningen?What is the most suitable street profile to accommodate the extreme high andextreme low traffic load in Scheveningen? 4. Research Question
  15. 15. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?Is it necessary to provide more parking areas in Scheveningen?If yes, where are the most suitable location, so that they will not disturb the sea viewor atmosphere, set the beach apart, as well as disturb local residents?What is the needed parking capacity at each spot and in total?What is the spatial strategy or design to deal with overcrowded parking area insummer and empty parking area in other seasons? 4. Research Question
  16. 16. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?How to improve the connectivity of public transport network in/on the way toScheveningen?What is the spatial strategy to shorten travelling time and lessen interchange intravelling to Scheveningen by public transport?What are the interesting scenarios of other public transport application that can betested in Scheveningen?What are the criterias to assess the scenarios?Is it possible to choose one scenario as the most suitable for Scheveningen? 4. Research Question
  17. 17. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?Which area needs to have exceptionally high level of street integration and/orvitality on global scale?Which area needs to have exceptionally high level of street integration and/orvitality on local scale?How can the street integration and vitality analysis be integrated into making aspatial strategy to create a lively and attractive Dutch seaside resort? 4. Research Question
  18. 18. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?Is there a need to add more program variation in Scheveningen, in order to attractmore tourists?If yes, what are they? Where they should be located? And, how many of them shouldbe put in Scheveningen?Is there a need to add more program variation in Scheveningen, in order toencourage vibrant neighbourhood area?If yes, what are they? Where they should be located? And, how many of them shouldbe put in Scheveningen?How to manage program’s period of use, in order to create constant activity andmovement in Scheveningen? 4. Research Question
  19. 19. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?What programs are suitable to accommodate high number of visitors on sunny days?What programs are needed to attract visitors on days of bad weather?How can the programs generate stable economic activity the whole year, withoutgetting influenced by the weather? 4. Research Question
  20. 20. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?How to create more beautiful street atmosphere in Scheveningen?How to minimize the street scale in Scheveningen?Which buildings are in bad physical condition in Scheveningen?What is the strategy to improve its physical condition?Which area needs to have more eyes on the street?What is the strategy to increase eyes on the street on that area? 4. Research Question
  21. 21. What are the spatial conditions oflively and attractive Dutch seaside resort?What is the water defence strategy that encourage Scheveningen’s liveliness andattractiveness the most?What is the most suitable water defence that is applicable with the (later-generated)design guidelines?What is the strategy to combine the selected water defence system with thescenarios in Scheveningen?Or, what is the most suitable scenario that supports the selected water defencesystem in Scheveningen? 4. Research Question
  22. 22. 5. Methodology
  23. 23. How to answer the questions?
  24. 24. Comparative StudyHoek van HollandKatwijk aan ZeeNoordwijk aan ZeeKnokke, BelgiumOostende, BelgiumBarcelona, SpainDenpasar, Bali, Indonesia 5. Methodology
  25. 25. MAURITSDE HOOG AKKELIES VAN NES 5. Methodology
  26. 26. DESIGN GUIDELINESto be applied inSCENARIOS new train station Light Transit Rail (LRT) underground Metro system 6. Final Products
  27. 27. SPATIAL PLANNINGMASTER PLANDETAILED PLANMODEL3D PERSPECTIVE 6. Final Products
  28. 28. SPATIAL PLANNING DISTRICT (SCHEVENINGEN) CITY (THE HAGUE) REGIONAL (HAAGLANDEN) 6. Final Products
  29. 29. MASTER PLAN NEIGHBOURHOOD (?)DETAILED PLAN DESIGN OFMODEL PUBLIC STREET SPACE (?) 6. Final Products
  30. 30. 7. Schedule

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