The future of metro manila tedx diliman 2012b

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  • Difficult to predict (butterfly)Can make broad brush predictions but detail is hard to predictEmergent propertiesTend towards greater complexityDo not tend towards an equilibrium – fast, large changes
  • Difficult to predict (butterfly)Can make broad brush predictions but detail is hard to predictEmergent propertiesTend towards greater complexityDo not tend towards an equilibrium – fast, large changes
  • Difficult to predict (butterfly)Can make broad brush predictions but detail is hard to predictEmergent propertiesTend towards greater complexityDo not tend towards an equilibrium – fast, large changes
  • Cities have buildings and roads butcities are more than buildings and roads.
  • The city was planned and developed in 1956 with Lúcio Costa as the principal urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer as the principal architect.
  • Centro de Erradicação de Invasões: Squatters Eradication Center
  • PARK(ing) Day began as a small project in 2005, but has rapidly grown, as evidenced by 800 such “parks” across the country in 2010 in an effort to re-imagine a healthier environment with less concrete and pollution. “In urban centers around the world, inexpensive curbside parking results in increased traffic, wasted fuel, and more pollution,” says Matthew Passmore of Rebar Studios, a San Francisco-based art and design studio which established PARK(ing) Day.
  • The future of metro manila tedx diliman 2012b

    1. 1. “This is a city of startling contrasts. New building and affluent development went hand in hand with horribly overcrowded slumswhere people lived in the worst conditions imaginable. The population surged…This growth far exceeded thiscity’s ability to look after the basic needs of its citizens. This city’s air was heavy and foul-smelling. Immense amounts of raw sewage was dumped straight into the river.”
    2. 2. problem [ˈ ɒbləm] –n. pr1. A question to be considered, solved, or answered2. A situation, matter, or person that presents perplexity or difficulty
    3. 3. Image by Philip Roeland
    4. 4. Image by Cakcak
    5. 5. Image by Gullevek
    6. 6. Image by mr. gears
    7. 7. Bangkok Image by Philip Roeland
    8. 8. Jakarta Image by Cakcak
    9. 9. Tokyo Image by Gullevek
    10. 10. Bangalore Image by mr. gears
    11. 11. 40,000 Nordpil: World database of large urban areas, 1950-2050 (Population in millions) Tokyo 36,40035,00030,000 Mumbai 26,38525,000 Delhi, 22,498 Dhaka, 22,015 São Paulo Mexico City New York-Newark 21,428 21,00920,000 20,628 Kolkata, 20,560 Shanghai Karachi 19,412 19,095 Metro Manila Cairo15,000 14,808 15,561 Beijing Buenos Aires 14,545 Los de Janeiro Rio Angeles 13,768 13,672 13,413 Osaka-Kobe 11,36810,000 5,000 - 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2050
    12. 12. The city is…
    13. 13. Manila Skyline by arcreyes [-ratamahatta-]
    14. 14. The Manila Crowd Taken By Jon Foreman | By sendusout
    15. 15. Manilat Street Art by tadolo
    16. 16. Who you gonna call by emsisay
    17. 17. “Cities are where ideas have sex.” Steve Jurvetson
    18. 18. 70%Cities’ share of the global economy
    19. 19. Metro Manila =2.1% of total land area of the country 30% of the national economy
    20. 20. Happy Vendor by by Frisno
    21. 21. Photo by Trishhhh
    22. 22. System D*leconomie de la débrouillardise Half the workers of the world -- close to 1.8 billion people (OECD 2009)The total value is close to $10 trillion *term coined by Robert Neurwith
    23. 23. Eye of the Storm by Sven Geier www.sgeier.ne
    24. 24. http://www.noaa.gov/features/02_monitoring/images/inflooding1.jpg
    25. 25. plan [plæn] –n.1. a detailed scheme, method, etc., for attaining an objective2. a proposed, usually tentative idea for doing something
    26. 26. DANGER! DANGER!
    27. 27. "cleaning and purging" the city, bringing "a calm andpowerful architecture"—referring to steel, plate glass, and reinforced concrete.
    28. 28. Le Corbu’s plan would have destroyed Le Marais, Paris, France Shopping in Le Marais by drewleavy
    29. 29. Brasilia v. Ceilandia
    30. 30. Rawalpindi Bus by gsb_viva
    31. 31. opportunity [ˈpəˈtjuˈnɪ]–n. ɒ ɪt1. A favorable or advantageous circumstance or combination of circumstances.2. A favorable or suitable occasion or time.3. A chance for progress or advancement.
    32. 32. Manila Skyline by wildhoney25
    33. 33. Pay attention to the butterflies
    34. 34. Kids in a jeepney, smiling. by Simon Oosterman
    35. 35. If a city is sweet to its people, the people will be sweet to the city. Jan Gehl
    36. 36. All rights reserved by PINOY PHOTOGRAPHER
    37. 37. Image by Richard Messenger
    38. 38. “This is a city of startling contrasts. New building and affluent development went hand in hand with horribly overcrowded slumswhere people lived in the worst conditions imaginable. The population surged…This growth far exceeded thiscity’s ability to look after the basic needs of its citizens. This city’s air was heavy and foul-smelling. Immense amounts of raw sewage was dumped straight into the river.” London in the 19th Century
    39. 39. Lots of unimplemented grand plans for London http://www.ianvisits.co.uk/blog/2010/04/11/the-myth-of-wrens-masterplan-for-london/
    40. 40. They focused on people and streets –and now London is one of the most livable cities in the world. Very Important Pedestrian (VIP) day - a traffic-free day on Oxford Street and Regent Street by jamielondonboy
    41. 41. Jane Jacobs Robert Moses
    42. 42. Cities have the capability of providing somethingfor everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody. Jane Jacobs
    43. 43. seize [siˈz –vb. (tr.) ]1. to take hold of quickly; grab2. to grasp mentally, esp. rapidly3. to take mental possession of alarm
    44. 44. “You are the city” (Urbanscale) by olivierthereaux
    45. 45. Thank you @benjiedlp

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