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  • 1733, Gen. James Oglethorpe ; 12 million of tourists each yesr, Bahia region 6 million only!??
  • A village in Vermont Alexandria, Virginia
  • A village in Vermont Alexandria, Virginia
  • Sprawl favors the car The conventional thoroughfare network comprises local roads, collectors and arterials > Consequence is that VMTs in conventional sprawl can be from 1/3 to 1.5 times higher than in TNDs -- an average suburban household generates 8 to 11 car trips per day, compared to about 2-3 trips in a TND household.
  • In 2005, of the total GHG emissions, transportation accounted for over 14 percent Of that figure, road emissions comprised 72%
  • Dois Candangos/ ministry tourism Jahn Gehl The Brasilia syndrome - overscaling
  • Jardim America, Barry Parker 1919-41
  • WILLIAM LEVITT – LEVITTOWN, 1948
  • BACK TO TRADITIONAL URBANISM, STREETS, BLOCKS, NORMAL HUMAN SETTLEMENTS USE OF PRECEDENTS – WHAT WORKS – ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM PHASING, INCREMENTAL ORGANIC GROWTH, LOW DEBT, INCUBATING RETAIL FORM BASED CODE MANY ARCHITECTS, AUTHENTICITY COMMON SENSE SUSTAINABILITY, ORIGINAL GREEN, LOW TECH ENVIRONMENTALISM – BREEZE, CROSS VENTILATION, HIGH REFELECTIVITY OF GALVANIZED ROOFS NEW MARKET VALUE DEEP INTO PROPERTY
  • INCUBATING THE TOWN CENTER
  • INCUBATING THE TOWN CENTER
  • NEW CODES as comprehensive ordinances or as overlay districts applied per project Difference with other FBCodes The Transect is the underlying methodology and philosophy of the SmartCode. A transect is a concept originally used by ecologists to describe distinct natural habitats, but has been extended to cover the human habitat. The Transect, as it relates to the built environment, organizes structural elements according to an increasing density and complexity, from the countryside to the urban core.)
  • The Transect is the underlying method and philosophy of Sprawl Repair ( A transect is a concept originally used by ecologists to describe distinct natural habitats, but has been extended to cover the human habitat. The Transect, as it relates to the built environment, organizes structural elements according to an increasing density and complexity, from the countryside to the urban core.) Cannot be applied directly to sprawl elements / Sprawl cannot be analyzed through the lens of the Transect Attempt to show the Transect in sprawl: no direct correlation between the two Complex, successional habitats in traditional urbanism – vs single-use, single-type, auto-centered patterns in sprawl (T4 General Urban Zone – in the average American neighborhood a variety of building types: houses, townhouses, apartments, live work units, etc; in sprawl Multi-family subdivision very limited in type and use) The same elements arranged in a different way Up-zoning to accommodate new uses and higher density; One tool – The Sprawl Repair Module created as a plug-in for the SmartCode/unified ordinance operating at the regional, community, block and building scales. THE INCOMPLETE ELEMENTS OF SPRAWL NEED TO BE COMPLETED TO FORM T-ZONES, MULTIPLE USES, TYPES, ENVIRONMENTS
  • THE REVERSE TRANSITION – FROM SPRAWL INTO BENEVOLENT, COMPLEX, COMPLETE URBANISM A sliver, a TRANSECT of a community THERE ARE TWO CLEAR but contrasting CHOICES, two models of growth and development, not banning either of them , but giving a chance for fair competition Today – only the sprawl model is legal NEED FOR NEW CODES, REGULATORY FRAMEWORK TO ALLOW CHOICE
  • SUSTAINABLE SYTATEGY FROM THE START : Keep most of the land as a reserve; waste management; wastewater management, Passive methods: cross ventilation; solar orientation, asymmetrical streets, shading devices, rainwater collection, xeriscape.
  • Just three years ago, the Loreto Bay builder — the Trust for Sustainable Development (TSD) — went bankrupt. Citibank threw up its arms, sold off assets. Lots of money went in, and little came out. The dream was all but dead…… Projects now are funded by a carefully managed structure of “sub-regimes” that ultimately roll up into a master association. Funds are collected, and priorities discussed, debated and defined for each fiscal year. Money changes hands less often. There are fewer middle men. A side benefit: the bond between home owners and local trade, businesses is strong than ever. Both understand the value that the other brings to building an economically (and environmentally) sustainable community.
  • Adit ii gt-reduced-ppt

    1. 1. OLD URBANISM, NEW URBANISM AND THE NEXT URBANISM ADIT 2012 GALINA TACHIEVA GAA
    2. 2. THE OLD URBANISM
    3. 3. THE OLD URBANISM
    4. 4. THE OLD URBANISM
    5. 5. THE TRANSFORMATION FROM GOOD URBANISM TO SPRAWL
    6. 6. SPRAWL: PLACES TO LIVE
    7. 7. COMPLETE COMMUNITIES
    8. 8. SPRAWL: PLACES TO WORK
    9. 9. COMPLETE COMMUNITIES
    10. 10. SPRAWL: PLACES TO SHOP
    11. 11. COMPLETE COMMUNITIES
    12. 12. SPRAWL: CONSEQUENCESSources: World Resource Institute (2005), IEA Source: David Goldstein, NRDC
    13. 13. SPRAWL: CONSEQUENCES
    14. 14. GOOD URBANISM - SECURE, RESILIENT, COMPETITIVE COMMUNITIES• SECURE/ SEGURAS – SAFE – COMFORTABLE – LIVABLE• RESILIENT – SUSTAINABLE IN THE LONG RUN – FLEXIBLE, ADAPTABLE, SUCCESSIONAL – VIABLE IN GOOD TIMES AND IN BAD TIMES• COMPETITIVE – CREATING NEW MARKETS – ECONOMICALLY SUCCESSFUL MODELS – ATTRACTIVE TO MULTIPLE GENERATIONS
    15. 15. LA BASTIDES: MONPANZIER
    16. 16. LA BASTIDES: MONFLANQUIN
    17. 17. LA BASTIDES: MONPANZIER
    18. 18. LA BASTIDES: MONPANZIER
    19. 19. A SECURE BLOCK, GERMANY
    20. 20. PARATY, BRAZIL
    21. 21. PARATY, BRAZIL
    22. 22. PARATY, BRAZIL
    23. 23. DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL TODAY
    24. 24. DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL TODAY
    25. 25. THE NEW CITIES
    26. 26. THE NEW CITIES
    27. 27. SECURITY TODAY
    28. 28. SECURITY TODAY
    29. 29. TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD
    30. 30. SECURITY TODAY
    31. 31. SECURITY TODAY
    32. 32. • SECURE – SAFE – COMFORTABLE – LIVABLE• RESILIENT/ DURAVEIS – SUSTAINABLE IN THE LONG RUN – FLEXIBLE, ADAPTABLE – VIABLE IN GOOD TIMES AND IN BAD TIMES• COMPETITIVE – CREATING NEW MARKETS – ECONOMICALLY SUCCESSFUL MODELS – ATTRACTIVE TO MULTIPLE GENERATIONS
    33. 33. CORAL GABLES, 1931CAR-ACCOMMODATING, NOT CAR- DEPENDENT
    34. 34. CORAL GABLES, 1931
    35. 35. CORAL GABLES, 1931
    36. 36. CORAL GABLES, TODAY
    37. 37. CORAL GABLES
    38. 38. CORAL GABLES
    39. 39. CORAL GABLES
    40. 40. CORAL GABLES REGULATING PLAN VS SPRAWL
    41. 41. SAO PAULO SUCCESSION
    42. 42. SAO PAULO SUCCESSION
    43. 43. • SECURE – SAFE – COMFORTABLE – LIVABLE• RESILIENT – SUSTAINABLE IN THE LONG RUN – FLEXIBLE, ADAPTABLE – VIABLE IN GOOD TIMES AND IN BAD TIMES• COMPETITIVE/ COMPETITIVAS – CREATING NEW MARKETS – ECONOMICALLY SUCCESSFUL MODELS – ATTRACTIVE TO MULTIPLE GENERATIONS
    44. 44. THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF URBANISM
    45. 45. FLORIDA PANHANDLE 2011 COMPARATIVE VALUES• Seagrove Beach $212/sf• Seacrest Beach $235/sf• Watercolor $359/sf• Alys Beach $563/sf• Rosemary Beach
    46. 46. SPRAWL VERSUS COMPLETE COMMUNITIES
    47. 47. SPRAWL REPAIR
    48. 48. SPRAWL REPAIR
    49. 49. SPRAWL REPAIR
    50. 50. SPRAWL REPAIR
    51. 51. SPRAWL REPAIR – UNERPERFORMING GOLF COURSE
    52. 52. SPRAWL REPAIR – NEWNEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
    53. 53. COMPLETE, COMPACT, CONNECTED, CONVIVIAL
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    55. 55. EXISTING CONDITIONS
    56. 56. LKLKLKLKKL
    57. 57. SEASIDE
    58. 58. SEASIDE
    59. 59. SEASIDE
    60. 60. SEASIDE
    61. 61. SEASIDE
    62. 62. SEASIDE
    63. 63. SEASIDE
    64. 64. SEASIDE
    65. 65. SEASIDE
    66. 66. SEASIDE
    67. 67. SEASIDE
    68. 68. SEASIDE: INCUBATING THE TOWN CENTER
    69. 69. SECURITY AT THE COMMUNITY SCALE
    70. 70. WINDSOR, FLORIDA
    71. 71. WINDSOR, FLORIDA
    72. 72. WINDSOR, A SMALL STREET
    73. 73. WINDSOR COURTYARD TYPE
    74. 74. WINDSOR COURTYARD
    75. 75. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    76. 76. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    77. 77. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    78. 78. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    79. 79. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    80. 80. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    81. 81. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    82. 82. AQUA, MIAMI BEACH
    83. 83. A SECURE BLOCK
    84. 84. Infill Repair Strategy for Corporate Campus
    85. 85. LEGACY, PLANO, TEXAS
    86. 86. A SECURE BLOCK
    87. 87. LEGACY, PLANO, TEXAS
    88. 88. LEGACY, PLANO, TEXAS
    89. 89. A SECURE BLOCK
    90. 90. A SECURE BLOCK
    91. 91. PERIMETER BLOCK COURTYARD BUILDING
    92. 92. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    93. 93. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    94. 94. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    95. 95. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    96. 96. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    97. 97. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    98. 98. BRISAS, CAMPO GRANDE
    99. 99. SECURITY AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE
    100. 100. SECURITY AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE
    101. 101. SECURITY AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE
    102. 102. THE RURAL LOOP
    103. 103. SECURE FIRST PHASE
    104. 104. A SECURE BLOCK
    105. 105. A SECURE BLOCK
    106. 106. SECURITY AT THE BUILDING SCALE
    107. 107. THE TRANSECT
    108. 108. ALYS BEACH, FLORIDA
    109. 109. CODES AND REGULATIONS – REVERSE TRANSITION
    110. 110. THE TRANSECT AROUND THE WORLD
    111. 111. ALYS BEACH, FLORIDA
    112. 112. ALYS BEACH, FIRST PHASE
    113. 113. ALYS BEACH, FLORIDA
    114. 114. ALYS BEACH, FLORIDA
    115. 115. ALYS BEACH, FLORIDA
    116. 116. PEDESTRIAN STREET
    117. 117. PEDESTRIAN STREET
    118. 118. PEDESTRIAN STREET
    119. 119. VEHICULAR STREET
    120. 120. PATIO HOUSES
    121. 121. PATIO VARIATIONS
    122. 122. PATIO VARIATIONS
    123. 123. ALYS BEACH, FLORIDA
    124. 124. ALYS BEACH, PUBLIC REALM
    125. 125. ALYS BEACH, PUBLIC REALM
    126. 126. ALYS BEACH, INCUBATING RETAIL
    127. 127. ALYS BEACH, PARKING COURTS
    128. 128. ALYS BEACH, PUBLIC REALM
    129. 129. LKLKLKLKKL
    130. 130. BERMUDA VILLAGE, CORAL GABLES
    131. 131. BERMUDA VILLAGE, CORAL GABLES
    132. 132. BERMUDA VILLAGE, CORAL GABLES
    133. 133. BERMUDA VILLAGE, CORAL GABLES
    134. 134. BERMUDA VILLAGE, CORAL GABLES
    135. 135. CAMPO SANO, CORAL GABLES
    136. 136. CAMPO SANO, CORAL GABLES
    137. 137. CAMPO SANO, CORAL GABLES
    138. 138. CAMPO SANO, CORAL GABLES
    139. 139. CAMPO SANO, CORAL GABLES
    140. 140. CAMPO SANO, CORAL GABLES
    141. 141. ROSEMARY BEACH, FLORIDA
    142. 142. ROSEMARY BEACH, FLORIDA
    143. 143. ROSEMARY BEACH, FLORIDA
    144. 144. ROSEMARY BEACH, FLORIDA
    145. 145. LKLKLKLKKL
    146. 146. ROSEMARY BEACH, PEDESTRIAN STREET
    147. 147. VEHICULAR STREET
    148. 148. CIVIC BUILDINGS
    149. 149. LKLKLKLKKL
    150. 150. RESILIENT COMMUNITIES
    151. 151. LORETTO BAY, MEXICO
    152. 152. LORETTO BAY, MEXICO
    153. 153. LORETTO BAY, MEXICO
    154. 154. LORETTO BAY, MEXICO
    155. 155. LORETTO BAY, MEXICO
    156. 156. LORETTO BAY, MEXICO
    157. 157. SCHOONER BAY, BAHAMAS
    158. 158. SCHOONER BAY, BAHAMAS
    159. 159. SCHOONER BAY, BAHAMAS
    160. 160. SCHOONER BAY, BAHAMAS
    161. 161. SCHOONER BAY, BAHAMAS
    162. 162. SCHOONER BAY, BAHAMAS
    163. 163. SCHOONER BAY, THE ISLAND
    164. 164. SCHOONER BAY, THE HARBOR
    165. 165. SCHOONER BAY, THE ISLAND
    166. 166. RESILIENT ARCHITECTURE
    167. 167. RESILIENT ARCHITECTURE
    168. 168. KENTLANDS, MARYLAND
    169. 169. KENTLANDS, MARYLAND
    170. 170. KENTLANDS, MARYLAND
    171. 171. KENTLANDS, MARYLAND
    172. 172. KENTLANDS, MARYLAND
    173. 173. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT URBANISM
    174. 174. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    175. 175. HABERSHAM
    176. 176. LKLKLKLKKL
    177. 177. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    178. 178. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    179. 179. HABERSHAM
    180. 180. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    181. 181. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    182. 182. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    183. 183. HABERSHAM, LIGHT IMPRINT
    184. 184. AN ALLEY
    185. 185. NEW TOWN ST. CHARLES
    186. 186. NEW TOWN ST. CHARLES
    187. 187. NEW TOWN ST. CHARLES
    188. 188. MASHPEE COMMONS
    189. 189. MASHPEE COMMONS
    190. 190. STRIP SHOPPING CENTER, 1960
    191. 191. A NEW TOWN CENTER, 2000’S
    192. 192. National and Local Tenant Mix
    193. 193. INCUBATOR BUSINESSES
    194. 194. LIVE-WORK UNITS
    195. 195. HEULEBRUG, BELGIUM
    196. 196. RELATIONSHIP TO NATURE
    197. 197. TRADITIONAL URBANISM AND BUILDING TYPES
    198. 198. TRADITIONAL URBANISM AND BUILDING TYPES
    199. 199. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    200. 200. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    201. 201. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    202. 202. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    203. 203. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    204. 204. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    205. 205. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    206. 206. AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    207. 207. LEARNING COTTAGES
    208. 208. LEARNING COTTAGES
    209. 209. LEARNING COTTAGES
    210. 210. LEARNING COTTAGES

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