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Kerstin Höger: Sustainable Campus Master Planning - Scalability

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Kerstin Höger: Sustainable Campus Master Planning - Scalability

  1. 1. KERSTIN HÖGER | PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN NTNU TRONDHEIM | KERSTIN HÖGER ARCHITEKTEN ZÜRICH
  2. 2. SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS MASTER PLANNING – SCALABILITY 01/06/2014 | PROF. KERSTIN HÖGER | ISCN HARVARD MIT
  3. 3. SCALABILITY CONTEXT & TYPOLOGY UNIVERSITY, SCIENCE/ HIGHTECH/ CREATIVE, CORPORATE CAMPUS
  4. 4. Harvard University CAMPUS TYPOLOGIES URBAN / SUBURBAN, CREATIVE / HIGHTECH, PUBLIC / PRIVATE, CLUSTER / NETWORK Innercity University Greenfield Campus Creative Cluster Corporate Center Bilgi Campi Istanbul ETH Science City Zurich Stanford Research Park/ Silicon Valley Novartis Campus Basel Benetton HQs & Centers/ Veneto Valley Cambridge University CONCENTRATED CLUSTER NETWORK OF CLUSTERS Berlin Adlershof/ Humboldt Campus
  5. 5. How can sustainable models stimulate social, cultural, and economic life in and around campuses? What kind of organization / office promotes knowledge transfer on sustainability both locally and globally? How can the campus ‘hardware’ (built environment, open spaces, eco and transport systems and other infrastructures) be related within their specific interlinked sociocultural settings as the urban ‘software’ of a campus (urban public realm, academic and community life, social cohesion, lifestyles and behaviors, networks, atmosphere of openness, safety and mobility)? What kind of scalability strategies can best nurture the dynamic synergies needed to create sustainable centres of knowledge that can flexibly respond to the fast changing demands of society? QUESTIONS
  6. 6. TU CottbusUniversity of Konstanz TU Delft Free University of Berlin Science City, ETH ZurichUithof Campus, Utrecht University GREENFIELD CAMPUS – FROM MONOCULTURE TO URBAN LIFE
  7. 7. ETH ZÜRICH – HÖNGGERBERG CAMPUS
  8. 8. SIENCE CITY, ETH ZURICH / MASTER PLAN KCAP 2004-07 – SCALABILITY CONCEPT: CAMPUS <> CITY OF CAMPUSES <> GLOBAL CAMPUS NETWORK
  9. 9. ETH SCIENCE CITYSTRATEGY & LOCAL-GLOBAL NETWORK SCALABILITY GEOGRAPHICALLY & TEXTUAL: CONCEPT – POCESS – MODEL – NETWORK?
  10. 10. ETH – ZURICH: FROM SCIENCE CITY TO CITY OF SCIENCE SCALABILITY REGIONAL & ACROSS LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
  11. 11. CAMPUS SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & DESIGN (SUTD) / MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL KERSTIN HÖGER ARCHITEKTEN – SCALABILITY CONTEXT
  12. 12. Stanford Research Park/ Silicon Valley Berlin Adlershof/ Humboldt University Science Park Amsterdam/ University of Amsterdam Technology Park Bremen/ University of Bremen Zernike Science Park/ University of Groningen MobileLifeCampus/ VW Autouni Wolfsburg HIGHTECH CAMPUS : SYNERGIES BTW SCIENCE & BUSINESS
  13. 13. SCIENCE CITY COPENHAGEN, NORTH CAMPUS
  14. 14. MEDICON VALLEY: LIFE SCIENCE CLUSTER ØRESUND REGION: ~ 340 COMPANIES, 14/ 5 LS UNIS, 7 SCIENCE PARKS, 32 HOSPITALS, 5,000 SCIENTISTS, 150,000/ 45,000 STUDENTS
  15. 15. SCIENCE CITY COPENHAGEN / MASTER PLAN KERSTIN HÖGER ARCHITEKTEN WITH COBE 2010-12
  16. 16. CREATION OF AN URBAN KNOWLEDGE NETWORK & PUBLIC SPACES AS CONNECTORS ENTRANCE CITY PLAZAS (RED), SCIENCE SQUARES (YELLOW), OPEN SPACE NETWORK
  17. 17. CROSS-INFILTRATION OF SCIENCE AND CITY & REDENSIFICATION STRATEGY CITY FUNCTIONS IN THE KNOWLEDGE TERRITORIES AND VICE VERSA
  18. 18. DIFFERENTIATED LANDSCAPES & FLEXIBEL DEVELOPEMNT PROCESS CITY PARK, UNIVERSITY YARD, COMMON GROUND, SCIENCE COURTYOURDS & GARDENS
  19. 19. Harvard University IIT Chicago Universität KarlsruheCambridge University MIT Bilgi Istanbul THE NEW URBAN CAMPUS – FROM SCIENCE CITY TO CITY OF SCIENCE
  20. 20. HARVARD UNIVERSITY
  21. 21. CAMBRIDGE/BOSTON: FROM SUSTAINABLE CITY TO CITY OF SUSTAINABILITY > 100 COLLEGES/ UNIVERSITIES, > 250,OO STUDENTS, BIOTECH CLUSTER MIT & ROUTE 128
  22. 22. SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS GUIDELINES – SCALABLE?
  23. 23. INTEGRATION INTO THE CONTEXT MOBILITY CONCEPT ACCESSIBILITY & OPENNESS QUALITY OF LEARNING, TEACHING & RESEARCH QUALITY OF ACADEMIC & STUDENT LIFE (24/7 CAMPUS) SPATIAL, SOCIAL & FUNCTIONAL DENSITY SOCIAL COHESION PUBLIC – PRIVAT FLEXIBLE URBAN FRAMEWORK & STRUCTURES HYBRID BUILDING TYPOLOGIES TRACES, ORIENTATION & IDENTITY EFFICIENT LAND-USE, BIODIVERSITY & MICROCLIMATE ENERGY, WASTE, WATER & SURFACE MANGEMENT LONG-TERM TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY PARTICIPATORY PLANNING PROCESS CATALYTIC CONDITIONS & SYNERGIES PARTNERSHIPS (SCIENCE, SOCIETY & BUSINESS) SUSTAINABLE URBAN CAMPUS DESIGN GUIDELINES
  24. 24. CONNECTIVITY LOCAL, REGIONAL, GLOBAL COLLABORATION URBAN CONTEXT & COMMUNITY CITY/SUBURBIA, LANDSCAPE, ECONOMY, SOCIETY, CULTURE MOBILITY VIRTUAL & PHYSICAL (ICT, PEDESTRIAN, PUBLIC, PRIVATE) ACCESSIBILITY, PERMEABILITY & OPENNESS (ACCESS FOR ALL) QUALITY OF THE KNOWLEDGE HARDWARE (FORMAL-INFORMAL, PUBLIC- PRIVAT, INDOOR-OUTDOOR) QUALITY OF KNOWLEDGE & COMMUNITY LIFE (24/7 TERRITORY, MXED-USE, LIVING, CLUSTERS & NETWORKS) SPATIAL, SOCIAL & FUNCTIONAL DENSITY (SHORT WAYS, DIVERSITY, COMFORT VS. SPRAWL, ISOLATION, SEGREGATION) FLEXIBLE, HYBRID & MUTLI-SPACE STRUCTURES (RESPONSIVENESS TO CHANGING NEEDS, ADAPTION & ADOPTABILITY) IMAGE & IDENTITY(ATTRACTIONS, ORIENTATION, LEGIBILITY) LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT & TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY CATALYTIC CONDITIONS & SYNERGIES PARTNERSHIPS SCIENCE, SOCIETY & BUSINESS GUIDELINES CREATIVE, INNOVATIVE & SUSTAINABLE KNOWLEDGE & LIVING LABORATORIES
  25. 25. INTEGRATION INTO THE CONTEXT MOBILITY CONCEPT ACCESSIBILITY & OPENNESS QUALITY OF LEARNING, TEACHING & RESEARCH QUALITY OF ACADEMIC & STUDENT LIFE (24/7 CAMPUS) SPATIAL, SOCIAL & FUNCTIONAL DENSITY SOCIAL COHESION PUBLIC – PRIVAT FLEXIBLE URBAN FRAMEWORK & STRUCTURES HYBRID BUILDING TYPOLOGIES TRACES, ORIENTATION & IDENTITY EFFICIENT LAND-USE, BIODIVERSITY & MICROCLIMATE ENERGY, WASTE, WATER & SURFACE MANGEMENT LONG-TERM TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY PARTICIPATORY PLANNING PROCESS CATALYTIC CONDITIONS & SYNERGIES PARTNERSHIPS (SCIENCE, SOCIETY & BUSINESS) SUSTAINABLE URBAN CAMPUS DESIGN GUIDELINES

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