Caught In A Web

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Caught In A Web

  1. 1. WhathappensinsidetheUrban-lifecorridor?<br />
  2. 2. Conducting a biopsy of thesite…<br />
  3. 3. Zone 1<br />TheCrossroads<br />
  4. 4. Zone 2<br />Sportsman’sdelight<br />
  5. 5. Zone 3<br />The Wall<br />
  6. 6. … proposing a strategy…<br />
  7. 7. Introducing new functions in thelandscape: someguidelines<br />1. Toadd in spacedifferentactivitiesin a mixed-use pattern.<br />2. Toallowpeopletoapproachtheactivities in differentways,causinga differentexperienceforeachperson.<br />Additionally, yourpreviouschoiceshave a directconsequenceonyourlatterchoices.<br />3. Toallowmore thanonepersontotakepart in eachactivity.<br />4. Finally, toallowpeopleto use theirbodies.<br />Knitting a web<br />Thegoal: <br />toofferpeoplethe chance<br />tomake a decisionbygiving<br />themthe chance toapproach<br />space in whateverwaythey<br />want.<br />
  8. 8. Chargingthelandscapewithactivities.<br />Connecting open spacetothegrid of urbanlife.<br />New and existingsituations (representedbyicons) combine to<br />createanurban-activityfabricacrossthesite. Thelines<br />representjustthesimplest of infinitepossibleconnections.<br />
  9. 9. InreRingvägen:<br />Thedividingelement can betheunitingelement.<br />

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