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ISOCARP @ WUF10 | Projects and Activities of ISOCARP Institute

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The session at the World Urban Forum included an overview of the activities and projects of ISOCARP Institute, the research branch of the International Society of City and Regional Planners.

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ISOCARP @ WUF10 | Projects and Activities of ISOCARP Institute

  1. 1. ISOCARP Institute Booth Session | Tuesday, 10:30-11:30 AM Moderation: Didier Vancutsem, Director ISOCARP Institute 10:30-10:40: Introduction & ISOCARP Institute Academy Didier Vancutsem, Director ISOCARP Institute 10:40-10:50: Project +CityxChange (Research) Prof Annemie Wyckmans, head NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities 10:50-11:00: UPATS (Practice) Milena Ivkovic, Director UPATs 11:00-11:10: Strelka KB (Partnerships/Practice) Ekaterina Maleeva, project manager, Strelka KB
  2. 2. Governance Our organisational structure
  3. 3. Governance Our board of directors Daniele Vettorato Italy Leads a research team in urban and regional energy systems in the institute for Renewable Energy at EURAC Research, based in Bolzano, Italy. He holds a PhD from the University of Trento, focused on sustainable energy in cities and regions. Didier Vancutsem Germany/Belgium Is a consultant with extensive experience in urban and regional planning, landscape planning, infrastructure, environmental management and integrated strategies. He holds engineer and master degrees in City and Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture and Regional management. Martin Dubbeling The Netherlands Is an urban planner and urban designer specialised in sustainable urban design. In 2013 he founded Connecting Cities, office for research, consultancy, design and communication in sustainable urban and regional planning. He is active in the urban planning field in the Netherlands and internationally.
  4. 4. Our history ISOCARP Institute’s establishment 1965 2016 2020 Founded as a global nonprofit association of experienced professionals from academia, governmental organisations and private consultancies Founding of ISOCARP ISOCARP Institute was founded as the practice-centred research spin-off of ISOCARP. Founding of ISOCARP Institute • Supporting cross-border collaboration globally; • Upholding professional excellence in planning; • Offering trainings advancing sustainable planning; • Increasing awareness. Service delivery
  5. 5. Our vision and objectives The institute is initiated as a world-class knowledge bank and think tank for planning excellence which empowers individuals, organisations and institutions to achieve better human settlements. Our role in urban development Building upon 5 decades of accumulated knowledge and expertise manifested in the members and within the parent institution – the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) – the Institute acts as a platform & research branch for generating and disseminating knowledge for better cities and regions. This entails: • Successful organisation of over 55 World Planning Congresses; • Conducted international workshops, regional seminars as well as training sessions with and for young and senior planning around the globe; • Accumulated resources, skills and deep-rooted know-how to support and exchange knowledge; • Commitment to knowledge generation, documentation and dissemination of research and projects advancing the future of sustainable urban regions.
  6. 6. Our vision and objectives Vision Bringing global planning experts & institutions together to facilitate broader research communication and dissemination, as well as conducting professional educational programmes. Our mission is enriching the knowledge base and developing the capacity of individuals, organisations and institutions partaking in shaping and developing human settlements. We strive to bridge the gap between planning theory and practice while fostering sustainability and effective functioning of human settlements. Objectives The Institute’s prime objectives are: • Strengthening cross-border collaboration globally; • Upholding professional excellence in planning; • Advancing sustainable planning; • Increasing awareness of major development trends and promoting best practices; • Serving as a “Urban Think Tank” facilitating the generation and dissemination of knowledge for better cities. The Institute is initiated as a world class knowledge bank and think tank for planning excellence which empowers individuals, organisations and institutions to achieve better human settlements.
  7. 7. What we offer? Our Services and Capabilities Research We contribute actively to the urban research community through our work on (EU) Research Projects, publications, academic exchange, and strong network of academic professionals. Practice We support public and private institutions through a variety of programmes, including the Urban Planning Advisory Teams (UPATs), technical assistance and review, building upon over 55 years of knowledge generation. Academy Through our ISOCARP Institute Academy we facilitate our vast network and train young professionals and public representatives through our Young Planning Professionals Programme, seminars, and online education. Our capabilities The Institute’s prime strengths include supporting cross-border collaboration globally; upholding professional excellence in planning; offering trainings advancing sustainable planning; increasing awareness of major development trends and promoting best practices; all while serving as a “Urban Think Tank” facilitating the generation and dissemination of knowledge for better cities.
  8. 8. What we offer? Our Expertise Effective communication and dissemination of global sustainable urban research and facilitating professional workshops. Our focus lies on generating new insights from urban research through effective communication and facilitating and fostering the knowledge which exists in ISOCARP's member base.
  9. 9. Our projects Worldwide ACTIVITIES 16 PROJECTS & ACTIVITIES Advancing the future of urban development through evidence-based research, professional education and expert advisory
  10. 10. Our projects with world renowned organisations such as, World Health Organisation, United Nations, etc. - Inclusive Cities, - Urban Governance, - Urban Culture and Heritage, - Urban and Spatial Planning and Design, - Public Space, - Informal Sector, - Urban Resilience, - Smart Cities, etc. With an outreach of 85 countries, ISOCARP Institute participates in a variety of external projects under different programmes (UN- Habitat, European Union) and collaborates 85 Countries that we are active in 40% Research 30% Academy 30% Practice Worldwide ACTIVITIES
  11. 11. Our projects Funded projects +CityxChange Think Nature Strelka Review EU H2020 Project EU H2020 Project Expert Advisory The ‘Integral Guidelines for Urban Territories – A set of principles for the integrated development of urban areas’ is a guidance document published by STRELKA KB. Goal: Define the main approaches to design the development of residential and mixed-use areas for Russia, in correspondence with the needs and demands of residents, while taking into account the characteristics of development in Russian cities and the best inter- national practices in the transform- ation of the urban environment. Smart City project to create Positive Energy Blocks 7 project cities: Trondheim (NO), Limerick (IE), Alba Iulia (RO), Písek (CZ), Võru (EST), Smolyan (BG), Sestao (ES) Goals: Co-create sustainable urban ecosystems with 0 emissions & establish 100% renewable energy cities by 2050 A nature-based solutions project to achieve more sustainable and resilient societies. The ThinkNature project is part of Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Goals: Development of a platform that supports the understanding and the promotion of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS)
  12. 12. Our projects Urban Planning Advisory Team UPAT Wuhan China UPAT Guanghzou UPAT Durban/SA Urban Planning Advisory Team Urban Planning Advisory Team Urban Planning Advisory Team As part of the Wuhan Placemaking Week, an expert team took part in a Design Charette about the development of ‘New Hanzheng Riverside Avenue’. Vision: recreate an urban core, characterised by global trading, finance & tourism. The team designed new strategies for intervention across scales, bringing back the old spirit of the two rivers and making it a new place of meeting and exchange. The Guangzhou Urban Planning & Design Survey Research Institute (GZPI) invited the UPAT to collaborate in the assessment and connection of the historic urban resources of the city, accelerating the functional dispersal, and to optimisation and upgrade along the corridors. The UPAT team supported the local team in packaging parcels of government land to facilitate investments by means of Public Private Partnership and other models of cooperation. The task of the UPAT was to focus on two strategic precincts, assisting in the design of the implementation process, and develop financial cooperation models for their urban transformation. One precinct was the centre, where the objective was to transform it in the primary civic precinct of the city.
  13. 13. Academy Global Capacity Building Programme Module 1 Module 1.2 Module 2 Rapid Training Needs Assessment Defining Expectations Training & Action Planning Duration 3 days, preceded by a survey Audience Senior local, sub-national and central government officials, senior local urban professionals Activities • Questionnaires/surveys • Compilation/validation of results • 3-day seminar with key central and local government officials to design training activities Duration 2.5 days Audience Principle actors, urban professionals and involved stakeholders Activities • Matrix mapping existing projects & activities against the NUA, SGDs, and UN-H. four domains of change • Clear overview of what is already done to implement NUA/SDGs, existing gaps, priorities Duration 5 days per workshop Audience Municipal senior managers, urban planners, and department heads Activities • Series of short intensive workshops • Activities filling knowledge & skill gaps of participants • Development of Action Plans • Tracking progress & identifying origins of barriers
  14. 14. Academy Global Capacity Building Programme Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 Leadership Development Org. Management Assessment Training of Trainers Duration 5 days per workshop Audience City mayors, senior managers, and lea ding professionals Activities • Peer-learning • Change management • Core leadership development • Risk assessment & management Duration 3 days, preceded by a survey Audience Senior municipal managers and de partment heads, including human resources & administration Activities • Mapping work environment (know your workplace) • (Dis-)incentives at work • Conflict resolution & mgmt. • Enabling organisational behaviour & process change Duration 5 days Audience Professionals from universities, institutions, local authorities engaged in capacity building Activities • Strengthen capacity to continue service provision, focussing on priority areas of TNA • Specialised workshops & “on-the-job” training • Coaching for development of training materials
  15. 15. Urban Planning Advisory Team …cover a wide range of products: Capacity Building Workshops: Trainings, Field workshops You can simply impress your audience and add a unique zing. Publications and visibility Practice: UP Design Charrettes Practice and Research: UP Studio Workshops Practice: UP Consultancy Projects Research and Capacity Building: UP Makeathon Workshops
  16. 16. Find out more: www.isocarp-institute.org
  17. 17. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824260. Limerick · Trondheim · Alba Iulia · Písek · Sestao · Smolyan · Võru Presented by Annemie Wyckmans Project Coordinator of +CityxChange NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology http://cityxchange.eu
  18. 18. +CityxChange: 20 million €, 7 cities, 23 industry partners, 2 universities
  19. 19. Consortium
  20. 20. Knowledge co-creation with 32 partners + local associates 5 Practically viable + Scientifically valid Building common project culture across sectors & countries Clarifying expectations Making dependencies explicit Integrating what we learn, back into our own organisations Communicating, sharing, evaluating
  21. 21. Glossary workshops: what do we mean when we say… • Citizen Observatory • Citizen Participation Playbook • Co-creation • CommunityxChange • Innovation Lab • Innovation Playground • Learning Framework for Next Generation Smart Citizens • Next Generation Smart Citizens • Participatory Platform • Positive Energy Champions • 3D Modelling Decision Support Tool • Distributed Positive Energy Block • e-mobility platform • Energy Storage • PEB design tool • Positive Energy Block • Positive Energy City • Positive Energy District • Regulatory Sandbox • Renewable Energy Systems • Bold City Vision • Demonstration Site/Area/District • Demonstration Project • e-Mobility-as-a-Service • Placemaking • Solutions Catalogue • Urban Prototyping • Wiki
  22. 22. Storytelling Workshops Exploring and sharing ways towards citizen-led energy transitions Ariane Lelieveld (co-founder Blijstrom | Rotterdam) John W. Lee (Community Representative, Tallaght | Dublin) Muriel Pels (Advisor Int. cooperation & EU funding affairs, SCC-project IRIS | Utrecht Municipality)
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  24. 24. INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNERS URBAN PLANNING ADVISORY TEAMS ISOCARPKNOWLEDGE FOR BETTER CITIES Ir MILENA IVKOVIĆ, MSc Arc Director UP Advisory Teams Member of the Board of Directors
  25. 25. ABOUT ISOCARP SOCIETY AND ISOCARP INSTITUTE ISOCARP SOCIETY is a not-for-profit organisation established in 1965, as a membership/based society of planners, designers and urban professionals from over 80 countries across the world Official recognition by: Council of Europe, UNESCO, UN-Habitat, United Nations ISOCARP INSTITUTE is a branch if ISOCARP Society, in charge of practice, research and capacity building projects around the globe ISOCARP INSTITUTE works on the range of New Urban Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals initiatives to develop and share knowledge with municipal, city and regional stakeholders. The Institute helps institutions and decision/makers to improve urban planning policies, use spatial resources more effectively and develop new urban planning and design skills.
  26. 26. Practice: UP Design Charrettes Capacity Building Workshops: Urban Labs, Trainings, Field Workshops Practice: UP Consultancy Projects Practice and Research: UP Studio Workshops Publications and visibility Research and Capacity Building: UP Makeathon Workshops ABOUT URBAN PLANNING ADVISORY TEAMS / UPAT UP Advisory Teams are part of the ISOCARP Institute’s practice, research and capacity-building projects. Teams activities cover a wide range of products offering flexibility, international expertise and creativity to help get urban projects off the ground, be innovative, be strategic, and / or build new skills.
  27. 27. UP Advisory Teams Director : Milena Ivkovic UP Advisory Teams Support: Tjark Gall (project development) Federico Aili (outreach) and Anna Klimczak (graphic design) UP ADVISORY TEAMS OFFICE @ THE ISOCARP INSTITUTE THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS
  28. 28. UP Teams mobilize their advising experts from the ISOCARP members network It is a diverse group of internationally renowned architects, designers, landscape architects, planners, geographers, sociologists and financial experts, with academia, governmental or practice background UP ADVISORY TEAMS NETWORK OF EXPERTS
  29. 29. HOW CAN UP ADVISORY TEAMS SUPPORT YOU? UP Advisory Teams give advisory support in design, strategic planning and policy-making through short- term, on-location Design Charrettes and Studio Workshops UP Advisory Teams offer capacity building in design and strategic planning through short-term or long-term Studio Workshops, Summer / Winter Schools, Webinars and Trainings. UP Advisory Teams offer research support for evidence-based design, planning and policy making through short-term, on-location Design Charrettes and Makeathons. UP Advisory Teams promote and give visibility to planning efforts through ISOCARP Institute publications, disseminate through the affiliate partner networks and media, and at the annual ISOCARP World Planning Congress.
  30. 30. AREAS OF SUPPORT The UP Teams approach different fields of urban planning in an integrated way. We never look at one issue as stand-alone, but always search for the right possible synergies and innovations. For both new, greenfield areas or urban development as well as for the re-use, retrofit and urban renewal areas. The areas of expertise and support are: public space design and planning / affordable housing / urban mobility / smart city solutions / built heritage / planning for tourism / climate change adaptation and sustainability / child responsive planning / participatory urbanism
  31. 31. EXAMPLE OF SHORT-TERM ADVISORY METHOD: STUDIO WORKSHOP In the Studio Workshop format, we unite the efforts of selected group of four to six international, ISOCARP- member urban professionals to help urban authorities in formulating tailor-made solution for a selected location / issue. Studio Workshop takes 5 working days. During the work days, together with local experts and authorities, we do short field research and collect the relevant information on the task, perform an analysis on several spatial levels using different criteria and formulate brief integrated design and planning strategy. We do quick scans and assessment, we formulate quick, applicable solutions.
  32. 32. EXAMPLE OF SHORT-TERM ADVISORY METHOD: STUDIO WORKSHOP On the last day of the Workshop we present the results of the experts’ collaborative effort. The results are bundled in a publication, promoted on the social media channels and in the ISOCARP networks of partners and annual World Planning Congress. The international expert group of the Workshop is selected by the UP Advisory Team in consultation with the hosting urban authority.
  33. 33. RECENT UP ADVISORY TEAMS COMPLETED PROJECTS • New Hanzheng Riverside Avenue Design Charrette, Wuhan, CN (December 2018) as part of the Wuhan Placemaking Week • Grand Canal National Culture Park Workshop in Suzhou, CN (November 2018) • Guangzhou Historic and Cultural Corridor, Workshop, CN (June 2018) • Inner City Urban Renewal Financing Models , Workshop, Durban, S Africa (May 2018) • New Identity and Urban Renovation of the Xinmalu Historical District. Workshop, Ningbo, CN (April 2018)
  34. 34. RECENT UP ADVISORY TEAMS PROMOTIONS AND PROJECTS Washington DC WBank UrbanScapes Seminar 2019 ISOCARP World Planning Congress, Bodo, Norway 2018 Moscow Urban Forum 2019 European Placemaking Week, Valencia, Spain 2019 Placemaking Weekend India 2019 UPAT Workshop Doha Qatar 2020 UPAT Workshops Ningbo and Guangzhou 2018 Tokyo WBank TOD Seminar 2019 UPAT Workshops Wuhan and Suzhou 2018 Asean Placemaker Week Kuala Lumpur 2019 ISOCARP World Planning Congress, Jakarta, Indonesia 2019
  35. 35. UP TEAMS PROJECT PUBLICATIONS UP Teams projects and achievements are featured in the PLAN Magazine Read the PLAN Magazine on ISSUU/upatworldisocarp
  36. 36. UP TEAMS WORLD PLANNING CONGRESS SESSIONS • Held at Annual World Planning Congress of ISOCARP • 500+ delegates • ISOCARP Members • International authors • International delegates • Local attendees • At the 2019 World Planning Congress in Jakarta, Indonesia, UP Teams projects were presented in 3 Special Sessions: Cool Planner: on climate change adaptation design and planning efforts worldwide Beyond Heritage: on innovative approaches to built heritage in Asian context UP Advisory Teams Special Session on Placemaking: Waterfront Placemaking
  37. 37. UP TEAMS ON SOCIAL MEDIA • Facebook: ISOCARP – International Society of City and Regional Planners @ISOCARP1965 and ISOCARP EUROPE / AFRICA / AMERICAS / EAST ASIA / SOUTHEAST ASIA FB Groups • Twitter: @ISOCARP • WeChat: ISOCARP • LinkedIn: ISOCARP HQ or just follow the #upatworld and #isocarp1965 hashtags.
  38. 38. UP TEAMS CONTACT For more information, please visit www.isocarp-institute.org or contact Milena Ivkovic Director UP Advisory Teams, Member of Board of Directors ISOCARP ivkovich@isocarp.org
  39. 39. 1STRELKA KB � HIGH-IMPACT SOLUTIONS FOR BETTER CITIES THE VISION 2020 STRELKA KB �
  40. 40. 2STRELKA KB � 80%of Strelka KB’s profits go towards funding the activities of Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design,Top 100 Best Architecture Schools STRELKA KB � MISSION QUALITATIVE CHANGE IN RUSSIAN CITIES An international educational project, among the top 100 architectural schools THE STRELKA INSTITUTE 2013year established >250employees $4 BLN investment in Strelka KB's projects 50+cities where Strelka KB operates 200+completed projects in Russia and beyond 45countries covered by KB’s expert network 2009year established 400+graduates of the Institute 2 MLN visitors of its public programme The qualitative improvement of Russian cities and shaping within them a contemporary and comfortable environment. To change the cultural landscape and physical appearance of Russian cities. Strategic consultant for the development of urban solutions KB Strelka operates according to the principles of a Public- Benefit Company The Institute of Media, Architecture and Design was the founder of Strelka KB STRELKA KB Strelka KB is a leading strategic consultant that brings city administrations, the business world and local residents together to develop effective solutions for urban development. Mission: Mission: Public-benefit company For-profit activity Non-profit activity
  41. 41. 3STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � CITIES IN RUSSIA 1 117cities in Russia 75  %  of Russia's population lives in cities today Investments in urban development launch a cyclical process of urban transformations through the resulting increase in quality of life, development of human capital, and growth of the urban economy.
  42. 42. 4STRELKA KB � countries in Strelka KB's expert network 50   countries covered by Strelka KB's expert network 3 000 +independent experts worldwide 2 000 +  architects worldwide WORLD: EXTERNAL EXPERTISE STRELKA KB � PROFESSIONAL NETWORK Strelka KB has a unique international network of urban development experts and experience working with leading international educational and professional organizations. 200 +projects completed (from 2012 to the present day) ≈260 BLN RUB. total investment in Strelka KB's projects for 2014–2017 RUSSIA:
  43. 43. 5STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � APPROACH STRELKA KB'S CENTRES OF COMPETENCE URBAN ECONOMICS GIS LABORATORY PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT DIGITAL PRODUCTS URBAN TECHNOLOGIES URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY STRELKA ARCHITECTS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 360 COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT DESIGN The Strelka KB model considers the development of territories and objects in a comprehensive manner, determining the configuration of the space based on the behavior scenarios and values of future users, and taking into account all the accompanying processes. ECONOMY MANAGEM EN T SYSTEMS VISUAL IMAGE STRUCTURE CONNECTIONS V ALUES NEEDS LIFESTY LE CITY OF OPPORTUNITIES Acitywith competitiveadvantagesonanationalandglobalscale A citywith trans- parent and effi cient m anagem ent A city with developed, intercon- nected life support systems A city that develops com m untiy based on shared needs and lifestyles A city with high developed identity A citywith aneffectiveplan- ningstructure A city that reflects im portant values A city that changes together with the needs of its citizens Acitywithhigh connectivity andmobility
  44. 44. 6STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � SIX KEY PRODUCTS Strelka KB delivers complex solutions at the pre-design stage of the project in order to maximise commercial and social benefits for all the parties. � UNIQUE OBJECTS URBAN ENVIRONMENT PUBLIC SPACES DESIGN SIGNIFICANT DESIGN TYPICAL INFRASTRUCTURE QUALITY ASSESSMENT 1. MODELS 4. MASTERPLANNIG & POLICIES MAKING 5. URBAN PROJECTS 6. COMPETITIONS 2. GUIDELINES 3. INDEXES
  45. 45. 7STRELKA KB � CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT IVE TAGANSKY 120 000 PPL. DOROGOMILOVO 72 000 PPL. YAKIMANKA 28 000 PPL. KHAMOVNIKI 108 000 PPL. PRESNENSKY 126 000 PPL. TVERSKOY 77 000 PPL. MESHCHANSKY 60 000 PPL. KRASNOSELSKY 49 000 PPL. BASMANNY 110 000 PPL. LEFORTOVO 93 000 PPL. ZAMOSKVORECHYE 58 000 PPL. YUZHNOPORTOVNY 74 000 PPL. ARBAT 34 000 PPL. Podgorskaya Emb. UstyinskyDrive SolyankaSt. Zlatoustinskiy Bol'shoy Lane Arm yansky Lane DenezhnyLane Sivtsev Vrazhek Lane StarokonyushennyLane PlotnikovLane Povarskaya St. OzerkovskayaEmbankment SadovnicheskayaEmb. Prechistenka Street SmolenskyBlvd Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street NikitskyBlvd KalashnyLane Malaya Nikitskaya St.VspolnyLane Novy Arbat Street Volkhonka Street Krasnaya Presnya St. Savvinskaya Em bankm ent RostovskayaEmbankment LuzhnetskyPassage N ovodevichy Passage O stozhenka Street Bolshaya Pirogovskaya Street Kom som olskyAve Kham Svobodnoy Rossii Square Smolenskaya Street 7thRostovskyLane Kievsky Station Square UkrainskyBlvd ‘1905 year Street’ metro station Square Zubovskaya Square Krymskaya Square 2ndBryanskyLane ‘Krasnopresnenskaya’ metro station Square BolshayaGruzinskayaSt. SmolenskayaEmb. NovinskyBlvd NovinskyBlvd Smolenskaya Square Protochny Lane Paveletskaya Square MytnayaSt. Dobryninsky Lanes Apakova Passage 1st Lyusinovsky Lane 3rd Lyusinovsky Lane Titovsky Passag FrunzenskayaEmbankment Bolshaya Sukharevskaya Square Krasnye Vorota Square Krasnovorotsky Passage KaretnyRyadStreet MalayaDmitrovkaStreet M okhovayaSt. Vozdvizhenka StreetArbatskye Vorota Square Arbatskaya Square Arbatsky Lane B.Nikolo- peskovsky Lane Spaso- peskovsky Lane B. Molchanovka St. Znamenka Street B.ZnamenskyLane Balchug Island Tverskaya Zastava Square Lesnaya Street 2nd M iusskaya Street M iussky Lane ButyrskyValStreet Triumfalnaya Square Sofiyskaya Emb. Bolotnaya Em b. Bolotnaya St. Faleyevsky Lane Bolotnaya Square NovoslobodskayaStreet Varvarka Street Slavyanskaya Square Lubyanskaya Square Sadovaya- Samotechnaya St. Samotechnaya Square Rakhmanovsky Lane Pushechnaya St. Petrovskiye Linii Street Stoleshnikov Lane Sadovaya- Karetnaya St. Sadovaya- Trium falnaya Street Bolshaya Sadovaya St. BolshayaLubyankaSt. RozhdestvenkaSt. LubyanskyDrive Staraya Square Leningradskiy Ave NeglinnayaSt. MiraAvenue OlimpiyskyAve M alayaBronnayaSt. Spiridonovka St Bolshaya Bronnaya St. B.Palashyovsky Lane Yerm olayevsky Lane Blagoveschensky Lane Gazetny Lane Leontyevsky Lane Nikitsky Lane Teatralnaya Square Birzhevaya Square O khotny Ryad St. Bogoyavlensky Lane Rybny Lane NovayaSq. Teatralny Drive N ikolskaya St. SoymonovskyDrive Kropotkinsky Lane M ansurovsky Lane Kremlyovskaya Emb. Kadashyovsky Lanes Kadashyovskaya Em b. 2nd Polyansky Lane 1st Kazachy Lane Bolshoy Ordynskiy Lane KitaygorodskyDrive TverskayaSt. ManezhnayaSt. Borovitskaya Square RomanovLane BolshoyKis- lovskyLane Kresto-vozdvizhen-skyLane Starovagan- kovskyLane Tverskoy Drive B.Dmitrovka. Moskvoretskaya Emb. BalchugSt. Nizhegorodskaya Street ZemlyanoyValSt. Taganskaya St. BolshayaOrdynkaSt. Muzeon Park Yakimansky Drive KosmodamianskayaEmb. Valovaya Street Korovy Val St. KrymskyVal St. Zhitnaya Street Zubovsky Blvd LvaTolstogo Street GoncharnayaEmb. PyatnitskayaStreet BakhrushinaSt. PetrovkaSt. Sretenskiye Vorota Square Turgenevskaya Square Myasnitskiye Vorota Square A kadem ika Sakharova Ave Arbat Street Khokhlovskaya Square YauzskyBlvd SretenkaSt. Trubnaya Square Petrovsky Blvd Strastnoy Blvd Petrovsky Lane TverskoyBlvd M yasnitskaya St. Krasnoprudnaya Street Rusakov Sadovaya-Chernogryazskaya St. ZemlyanoyValSt. Kazakova Street GogolevskyBlvd SerafimovichaSt. YakimanskayaEmb. Taganskaya Square Vysotskogo St. NarodnayaSt. Goncharny Drive Cherni- govsky Lane Oruzheyny Lane BolshayaSerpukhovskayaSt. 2nd Frunzenskaya St.3 Pokrovka St. Pokrovka Street Maroseyka St. Zatsepsky Val St. Nizhnyaya Krasnokholm skaya Street MalyTatarsky Lane Vishnyakovskiy Lane ‘Barrikadnaya’ metro station Square KotelnicheskayaEmb. NovokuznetskayaSt. Shlyuzovaya Emb. MaronovskyLane Tishinskaya Square Gruzinskaya Square Varsono- fyevsky Lane 1stTverskaya-Yam skaya St. Zoologichesky Blvd Kuznetsky Most St. Rozhdestvensky Blvd Sretensky Blvd M ya snitskayaSt. Sadovaya-Sukharevskaya St Sadovaya-Spasskaya Street Podkolokolny Lane PokrovskyBoulevard Chistoprud ny Boulevard Raushskaya Emb. Ovchinnikovskaya Emb . BolshayaYakimankaSt. Vorontsovo Pole Street LyusinovskayaSt. Prechistens kayaEmb. VoznesenskyLane Sadovaya-KudrinskayaSt. B.Kozikhinsky Lane Nikoloyamskaya St. Uspensky Lane Presnenskaya Em b. Tarasa Shevchenko Em b. T arasa Shevchenko Emb. Krasnopresnenskaya Emb. Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya St. BolshayaPolyankaSt. Novodevichya Em b. Novoluzhnetsky D rive Luzhnet Yau zskayaSt. dynka Field’ Park TrubnayaSt. STRELKA KB � MOSCOW STREET PROGRAMME MOSCOW STREETS MOSCOW MOSCOW BERLIN LONDON 3,429 КМ 1,610 KM 2,500 КМ MOSCOW MOSCOW NOVOSIBIRSK MECCA 3,320 КМ 3,800 КМ TOTAL LENGTH: 3,429 KM 1. 2015 2. 2016 3. 2017 4. other projects 2012-2015 4,567 HA were renovated on average per year
  46. 46. 8STRELKA KB � 2016 2014 20162016 STRELKA KB � BEFORE & AFTER
  47. 47. 9STRELKA KB � + 14% average increase in pedestrian traffic +23% increase in pedestrian traffic on weekends + 14% increase in the number of photographs taken at night from 8% to 17% increase in short-term rental units +6% increase in food services establishments -18% decrease in the number of banks +12% average traffic speed -18% maximum speed 56% decrease in road traffic accidents CAR DRIVERSBUSINESSESPEDESTRIANS * Research by the Center of Urban Economics of Strelka KB / Effects of Moscow Renovation. 2017 STRELKA KB � PROGRAMME RESULTS
  48. 48. 10STRELKA KB � London Edinburgh Paris Zurich Innsbruck Berlin Copenhagen Yaroslavl Oslo Moscow Rotterdam Shanghai Beijing NewYorkSan Francisco DJAO-RAKITINE United Kingdom MARTA SCHWARTZ PARTNERS LTD. United Kingdom SNØHETTA Norway VEGA LANDSKAB Denmark TOPOTEK1 Germany KARRES+BRANDS Netherlands OKRA Netherlands WEST 8 Netherlands STRELKA KB � MOSCOW STREET AUTHORITIES 18 city departments and state companies involved Moscow Mayor official website (mos.ru) SUBCONTRACTORS Executive planners MOSCOW CITIZENS 44,800 citizens were polled to determine demands for change crowdsourcing campaign (what-moscow-wants.rf) INTERNATIONAL EXPERTISE 300 experts from around the world Data of Strelka KB WORLD’S ARCHITECTS 200 architects from around the world and from Russia Data of Strelka KB NGO Heritage Culture and education STRELKA KB � PROGRAMME PROCESS
  49. 49. 11STRELKA KB � MASTERPLAN 2013  MASTERPLANNING COMPETITION FOR THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTER IN RUBLYOVO- ARKHANGELSKOYE STRELKA KB � COMPETITION PRACTICE TRANSIT 2015  INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR ARCHITECTURE  DESIGN COMPETITION FOR MOSCOW METRO STATIONS «NIZHNIE MNJOVNIKI»  «TEREHOVO» Area 3 500 m2 + 3 200 m2 Winner Nizhnie Mnjovniki: Architecture BureauTimur Bashkaev Terehovo: BuroMoscow (both Russia) Duration 5 months Web www.metrocompetition.ru Client JSC Mosinzhproekt PUBLIC SPACE 2013  INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPING DESIGN CONCEPT FOR ZARYADYE PARK Area 13 ha Winner Diller Scofidio + Renfro (USA) Duration 7 months Web www.parkzaryadye.com Client Moscow Government Area 460 ha Winner ASTOC GmbH + HPP Architects (Germany) Duration 4 months (competition) 5 months (conceptual design) Web www.mfc-city.com Client CJSC Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye
  50. 50. 12STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � RENOWNED EXAMPLE — ZARYADYE PARK COMPETITION BRIEF “Big dialogue” Investment and Construction Forum Investment and Construction Forum Education and Career Expo Russian Wedding Fair Moscow fashion week Hotel business Viennese Ball HouseExpo Moscow Employment Day Days Visitors days Visitors Pancake week Акция «Вместе мы - сила» Велопарад «Let`s bike it!» Акция «Против рака груди» Фестиваль Авторадио-15 Шоу Red Bull X-Fighter Концерт Tiesto Митинг в память о погибших в Беслане Митинг «Россия против террора» Массовый забег «Nike Run» Акция в поддержку «Единой России» 2000 10000 20000 40000 30000 Jan Feb 2000 10000 20000 40000 30000 Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Международный конкурс на ландшафтно- архитектурную концепцию парка «Зарядье» Техническое задание += + SERVICE MODEL: A BASIC CONCEPT – 7 target groups and their special needs were defined; – 40+ basic park services were chosen; – 20+ technical and infrastructure services needed were assigned. – parameters of functional blocks were defined: a. area of the temporary and capital structures b. the organisation of the blocks c. the connections between blocks FUNCTIONAL ZONES: – Key zones of the park were defined – Principles for the spatial layout of the park were established KEY REQUIERMENTS OF THE PARK PROGRAMME – All-year park maintenance; – economic sustainability; – local identity (possibilities for art projects and other cultural initiatives). PROGRAMME SUMMARY: – 8 groups of summer activities were defined (such as planting and gardening; crafts and arts; walking tours; fairs and festivals; etc.) – 10+ groups of winter activities were defined; – three-year program requierments with a view to refining format and content for later years were assigned. COST SPECIFICATIONS – Cost of the Park construction was estimated; – proposals were developed with proper consideration of economic efficiency and reliability; – revenue streams were defined; – budget and cash flows were estimated. 13 HA surface area of the territory $14 BLN  total cost of the park construction 7experts were involved in model development process ZARYADYE FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONAL MODEL ZARYADYE CULTURAL PROGRAMME ZARYADYE FINANCIAL MODEL
  51. 51. 13STRELKA KB � 3. Distributing the centers of city life 1. Building the streets hierarchy 2. Defining available plots 5. Providing infrastructure 4. Distributing the types of environment 1. Safe and comfortable streets 2. Centers of urban life 3. Comfortable and contemporary urban construction 5. Green city4. Efficient engineering infrastructure 6. Contemporary educational infrastructure 1 23 9.00 - 16.00 MASTERPLAN DEVELOPMENT ALGORYTHM 6 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES STRELKA KB � MASTERPLANNING SVOBODNY 2030 MASTERPLAN
  52. 52. 14STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � URBAN ENVIRONMENT QUALITY INDEX Index is the only Russian mechanism to monitor quality of Russian urban settlements.The Index juxtaposes the quality of habitat effects 2016–2017 of redevelopment efforts. Housing and adjacent areas Green and water areas Street infrastructure Public and recreational infrastructure and adjacent areas Public and business infrastructure and adjacent areas Entire Сity space CRITERIA 1. Safety 2. Comfort 3. Environmental friendliness 4. Identity and variety 5. Modernity and actuality 6. Competence of management completely cover all areas and allow for the most profound assessment of the current urban environment index evaluate the quality of the urban environment in all cities in Russia by climate and size all calculations based on geoinformation systems, satellite imagery and federal authorities data index will allow to annually assess the effectiveness of the budgetary funds use 36 INDICATORS 1114 CITIES BUDGET CONTROL MODERN TECHNOLOGIES increase average Urban environment quality index for Russia reducing number of cities with poor urban environment +30% x 2 INDEX CREATED FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO: AREAS 6 TYPES OF AREAS ARE ESTIMATED ON 6 CRITERIA = 36 INDICATORS
  53. 53. 15STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � GUIDELINES PRACTICE Client Moscow Government Year 2015–2016 Object 3,000+ Moscow streets Client Moscow Government Year 2016–2017 Object 10,000+ Moscow public spaces Client AHML Year 2016–2018 Object 1,112 Russian cities A consolidated document prepared as a guideline for the biggest street design initiative in Russian history — “My Street“ project. A document that coordinates the public spaces’ redesign programme in Moscow and deals with parks, squares, waterfronts, courtyards etc. A document that initiates the urban futures in Russian cities acknowledging the needs of residents, entrepreneurs  city administrations. Guideline is a set of principles and typical decisions for different types of objects: public spaces, residential blocks etc. GUIDELINE FOR MOSCOW STREET REDESIGN GUIDELINE FOR MOSCOW PUBLIC SPACES’ REDESIGN GUIDELINES FOR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN RUSSIA
  54. 54. 16STRELKA KB � 70% of the urban environment is residential 49 % of the housing stock in cities is composed of Soviet microdistricts 28 % of the housing stock in cities is composed of post-Soviet microdistricts 120 MLN М2 amount of housing constructed by 2025 Moscow, Chertanovo district, 1970s Krasnodar, 2016 STRELKA KB � RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTS IN RUSSIA
  55. 55. 17STRELKA KB � Goal:To improve the quality and diversity of offers in the mass housing market for households of different composition and income levels. Goal:Toe create modern low-rise buildings, where the advantages of individual housing are combined with the presence in pedestrian accessibility of objects of trade, services, leisure and public transport. Goal:To create new city centers — live areas with diverse functions, with pedestrian movements priority, where housing is adjacent to the places of employment, trade and services, culture, recreation and leisure. SUBURBAN SEMI-URBAN CENTRAL 1.50.4 15 KM/KM²20 %10 KM/KM²10 % 1.718 KM/KM²30 % KPIs:     share of ground-floor commerce street frontage    Road network density    FAR STRELKA KB � TARGET MODELS WITH KPIs EXAMPLES
  56. 56. 18STRELKA KB � STRELKA KB � INCLUSION OF THE GUIDELINES IN THE REGULATORY AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK PUBLIC SPACES IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS SCHOOLS IN RESIDENTIAL AREASSTREETS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS PLANNING UNITS RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS COURTYARDS IN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS Low quality green areas and far from housing Isolated school areas with an excessive size Highways Microdistricts Number of stories unreasonably high Excessive courtyard size and chaotic parking Generous greening of compact parks and small gardens within walking distance Schools integrated with the surrounding urban life Main streets Blocks Mid-rise development Courtyards that are on a human scale and without cars 27 Documents in the process of changing KEY AREAS OF CHANGE STRELKA KB � INCLUSION OF THE GUIDELINES IN THE REGULATORY AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK
  57. 57. 19STRELKA KB � Sustainable Development Award for Local Community Development ­­­ Award for Excellence in Urban Planning – 2018 Global Awards For Excellence — 2019 Top-100 best European Architecture and Design schools (Strelka Institute) Finalist of the ArchDaily Building of theYear Awards — 2019 Finalist in Architizer A+Awards for the Concepts Plus- Architecture +Urban Transformation category — 2019 STRELKA КБ � КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ ДЛЯ ГОРОДОВ. ВИДЕНИЕ КБ СТРЕЛКА Шорт-лист в каттегории Мастер- планированиеin — 2019 Финалист премии в категории Архитектура и городская трансформация — 2019 Премия в номинации «Инициативы в области устойчивого развития» «Зарядье» признано одним из лучших парков в мире согласно рейтингуThe World’s Greatest Places 2018. Десятки российских и международ- ных экспертов участвовали в разра- ботке стандарта, который позволил пересмотреть устройство москов- ских улиц с учетом климатических, архитектурных и исторических осо- бенностей города. В городах и регионах, главы которых открыты для диалога, благоустройство способствовало налаживанию коммуникации между властью и обществом. КБ Стрелка, ответственное за реконструкцию ряда москов улиц, также руководило началь этапом программы развития 40 городов в России, став наставн местных архитекторов. � КБ СТРЕЛКА Лучшее спортивное сооружение — 2018. Совместно с KOSMOS Премия в области устойчивого развития Номинация «Развитие местного сообщества» Премия за выдающиеся достижения в области городского планирования — 2018 Премия за выдающиеся заслуги в городском развитии — 2019 ТОП-100 лучших школ архитек и дизайна в Европе (Институт Стрелка) Шорт-лист лучших обществен пространств мира Европейск премии общественных простра — 2018 Шорт-лист в категории Город планирование. Проектирован реновация городских центро или городских участков — 2 «Лучшая компания» 2018 г. Премия Министерства финансов Российской Федерации Shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival Awards in Masterplanning category — 2019 КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ ДЛЯ ГОРОДОВ. ВИДЕНИЕ КБ СТРЕЛКА 11 Шорт-лист в каттегории Мастер- планированиеin — 2019 Десятки российских и международ- ных экспертов участвовали в разра- ботке стандарта, который позволил пересмотреть устройство москов- ских улиц с учетом климатических, архитектурных и исторических осо- бенностей города. В городах и регионах, главы которых открыты для диалога, благоустройство способствовало налаживанию коммуникации между властью и обществом. КБ Стрелка, ответственное за реконструкцию ряда московских улиц, также руководило начальным этапом программы развития 40 городов в России, став наставником местных архитекторов. Лучшее спортивное сооружение — 2018. Совместно с KOSMOS Премия за выдающиеся достижения в области городского планирования — 2018 Премия за выдающиеся заслуги в городском развитии — 2019 ТОП-100 лучших школ архитектуры и дизайна в Европе (Институт Стрелка) Шорт-лист лучших общественных пространств мира Европейской премии общественных пространств — 2018 Шорт-лист в категории Городское планирование. Проектирование и реновация городских центров и/ или городских участков — 2019 «Лучшая компания» 2018 г. Премия Министерства финансов Российской Федерации Шорт-лист в каттегории Мастер- планированиеin — 2019 Финалист премии в категории Архитектура и городская трансформация — 2019 Премия в номинации «Инициативы в области устойчивого развития» «Зарядье» признано одним из лучших парков в мире согласно рейтингуThe World’s Greatest Places 2018. Десятки российских и международ- ных экспертов участвовали в разра- ботке стандарта, который позволил пересмотреть устройство москов- ских улиц с учетом климатических, архитектурных и исторических осо- бенностей города. В городах и регионах, главы которых открыты для диалога, благоустройство способствовало налаживанию коммуникации между властью и обществом. КБ Стрелка, ответственное за реконструкцию ряда московских улиц, также руководило начальным этапом программы развития 40 городов в России, став наставником местных архитекторов. ГЛОБАЛЬНОЕ ПРИЗНАНИЕ ЭКСПЕРТИЗЫ � КБ СТРЕЛКА Качество работ, выполняемых КБ Стрелка, подтверждено международными авторитетными премиями и организациями. Лучшее спортивное сооружение — 2018. Совместно с KOSMOS Премия в области устойчивого развития Номинация «Развитие местного сообщества» Премия за выдающиеся достижения в области городского планирования — 2018 Премия за выдающиеся заслуги в городском развитии — 2019 ТОП-100 лучших школ архитектуры и дизайна в Европе (Институт Стрелка) Шорт-лист лучших общественных пространств мира Европейской премии общественных пространств — 2018 Шорт-лист в категории Городское планирование. Проектирование и реновация городских центров и/ или городских участков — 2019 «Лучшая компания» 2018 г. Премия Министерства финансов Российской Федерации A КБ � КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ ДЛЯ ГОРОДОВ. ВИДЕНИЕ КБ СТРЕЛКА 11 Шорт-лист в каттегории Мастер- планированиеin — 2019 алист премии в категории рхитектура и городская рансформация — 2019 Премия в номинации Инициативы в области стойчивого развития» ядье» признано одним учших парков в мире асно рейтингуThe World’s test Places 2018. Десятки российских и международ- ных экспертов участвовали в разра- ботке стандарта, который позволил пересмотреть устройство москов- ских улиц с учетом климатических, архитектурных и исторических осо- бенностей города. В городах и регионах, главы которых открыты для диалога, благоустройство способствовало налаживанию коммуникации между властью и обществом. КБ Стрелка, ответственное за реконструкцию ряда московских улиц, также руководило начальным этапом программы развития 40 городов в России, став наставником местных архитекторов. ОБАЛЬНОЕ ПРИЗНАНИЕ ЭКСПЕРТИЗЫ КБ СТРЕЛКА Качество работ, выполняемых КБ Стрелка, подтверждено международными авторитетными премиями и организациями. Лучшее спортивное сооружение — 2018. Совместно с KOSMOS Премия в области устойчивого развития нация «Развитие местного сообщества» Премия за выдающиеся достижения в области городского планирования — 2018 Премия за выдающиеся заслуги в городском развитии — 2019 ТОП-100 лучших школ архитектуры и дизайна в Европе (Институт Стрелка) Шорт-лист лучших общественных пространств мира Европейской премии общественных пространств — 2018 Шорт-лист в категории Городское планирование. Проектирование и реновация городских центров и/ или городских участков — 2019 «Лучшая компания» 2018 г. Премия Министерства финансов Российской Федерации Best sports facility- 2018. Jointly with KOSMOS Shortlisted for The Plan Awards Urban planning. Design and regeneration of town centres and/or sections of urban fabric— 2019 Best Office Profile — 2018. Special mention from the jury Zaryadye Park Is оne of the World’s Greatest Places 2018 Dozens of Russian and foreign experts were involved in drawing up a thick stack of regulations on how to overhaul Moscow’s streets, taking into account the city’s specific climactic, architectural and historical conditions In areas with leaders willing to embrace more open communication — landscaping can become a space for fostering dialogue between the state and society Strelka KB, responsible for some of Moscow’s renovation, led the initial stage of the 40 cities program by helping mentor local architects in cities from Novosibirsk to Yekaterinburg to Vladivostok Shortlist for the best public spaces in the world – 2018 Award in the Sustainable Development Initiatives category STRELKA KB � GLOBAL RECOGNITION OF EXPERTISE

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