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Shift towards
NORDES                    networks: integrating
2005                      social and physical
              ...
Shift towards
  Presentation:             networks: integrating
                            social and physical
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Motive:
     Urban design approaches through layers is a trend
     It fragments the urban system artificially in sectors ...
Concrete stratified
                          approach


                          Little interdependency between layers
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Abstract stratified
 approach


 Production of space:
            conceiving
            perceiving
            living
 In...
Stratified approach through
network thinking




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Social orientation      Social orientation with   Spatial orientation with    Spatial orientation
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Relations between models




Faculty of Architecture
Relations between models




Faculty of Architecture
Relations between models




Faculty of Architecture
Relations between models




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Research agenda:
7 lines of thinking in the models




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Research agenda:

 Relational approach
 Stratified approaches just a conceptual tool; not the design itself
 Relations bet...
Temporalities of the
NORDES                    Network City
2005
                          The relations between ‘time’
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Stratified ontologies of sociospatial urban systems

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Presentation for the Nordes design research conference - Copenhagen 2006

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Stratified ontologies of sociospatial urban systems

  1. 1. Shift towards NORDES networks: integrating 2005 social and physical subsystems of the city through stratified In the Making models Jeroen van Schaick Delft University of Technology / Faculty of Architecture / Department Urbanism j.vanschaick@bk.tudelft.nl / www.networkcity.bk.tudelft.nl Faculty of Architecture
  2. 2. Shift towards Presentation: networks: integrating social and physical subsystems of the city • Motive through stratified • 4 Stratified models models • Comparison • Research agenda Jeroen van Schaick Delft University of Technology / Faculty of Architecture / Department Urbanism j.vanschaick@bk.tudelft.nl / www.networkcity.bk.tudelft.nl Faculty of Architecture
  3. 3. Motive: Urban design approaches through layers is a trend It fragments the urban system artificially in sectors without relating those explicitly It generally does not deal with complexity, specifically with regard to time-space use and the speeding up of society Socio-spatial models: 1. The urban ground plan as mediator (Heeling) 2. (The production of) Social Space (Lefebvre) 3. Space of flows as dominating spatial organizer/organization (Castells) 4. Network City (Urbanisme de Reseaux – Dupuy) Faculty of Architecture
  4. 4. Concrete stratified approach Little interdependency between layers Substratum Urban work Use (functional determination) Focus on composition Static idea of time (slow change) ‘Closed’ approach Faculty of Architecture
  5. 5. Abstract stratified approach Production of space: conceiving perceiving living Interacting processes Focus on everyday life Relational and relative approach Faculty of Architecture
  6. 6. Stratified approach through network thinking Faculty of Architecture
  7. 7. Social orientation Social orientation with Spatial orientation with Spatial orientation spatial compenent social compenent Levels Layers Levels Layers Relational, produced Fluid, abstract time Time as complex of Time as change time conception concepts No existing visualization Based on existing visualization Faculty of Architecture
  8. 8. Relations between models Faculty of Architecture
  9. 9. Relations between models Faculty of Architecture
  10. 10. Relations between models Faculty of Architecture
  11. 11. Relations between models Faculty of Architecture
  12. 12. Research agenda: 7 lines of thinking in the models Faculty of Architecture
  13. 13. Research agenda: Relational approach Stratified approaches just a conceptual tool; not the design itself Relations between levels Relations on levels Co-existing varied perspectives Dynamics of the urban system: the issue of time Language Representation Scale Complexity Faculty of Architecture
  14. 14. Temporalities of the NORDES Network City 2005 The relations between ‘time’ and ‘space’ and their In the Making consequences for urban and regional design and planning Underlying PhD Research Project Jeroen van Schaick Delft University of Technology / Faculty of Architecture / Department Urbanism j.vanschaick@bk.tudelft.nl / www.networkcity.bk.tudelft.nl Faculty of Architecture

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