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Regional 
planning & design 
WATER 
Learning from Dutch cities and regions 
prepared by: 
Roberto Rocco 
chair spatial pla...
Colophon 
organization: Chair of Spatial planning and strategy, 
department of urbanism, Faculty of architecture and the 
...
Welcome to the 
faculty of architecture of the 
TU Delft
our building today
our building in 2008
we bounced back
our city 
Delft, The Netherlands, pop.: 96.000 (2008)
Urbanism at tudelft 
AR2U090 Methodology for Urbanism 
*Logics of Enquiry 
In this exercise, you will need to ‘locate’ you...
OTB 
Chair: 
Urban an Regional 
Development 
Prof. Wil Zonneveld 
OTB 
Chair: 
Neighbourhood Change 
and Housing 
Prof. Ma...
summer school 
tudelft + NCKU + SCUT* 
delft university of technology (NL) + National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan) + 
So...
AIM 
to provide students with a summarized 
experience on spatial plan and 
strategy-making, 
using short exercises to bui...
The objectives 
• To help students understand theories and 
practices that bring together water management 
and urban deve...
Learning objectives 
• To understand the challenges of water issues in 
regional, metropolitan and urban environments 
and...
learning outcomes 
• To discuss the possible roles planning and design professionals 
might have in the practice 
• To con...
1st step 
understanding student’s values 
and priorities 
+ 
(suggesting values 
indicating local priorities)
mind mapping 
Urbanist Tools 
SKILLS qualities 
knowledge values
step 2: 
giving students context, 
meaning and knowledge
the technical aspects
Maeslantkering
Maeslantkering
the case: Vlaardingen
vlaardingen
vlaardingen
vlaardingen
vlaardingen
Kinder DiJk
lectures
Planning theory 
(professor vincent nadin: SPS)
the case in context 
(andrea verni)
Water issues and water culture 
in the Netherlands 
(fransje hooimeijer) 
understanding water issues: 
lectures
understanding water issues: 
lectures 
SUSTAINABLE 
INFRASTRUCTURES 
(Taneha Bacchin) 
WATER ISSUES in the 
Netherlands 
(...
Planning with Water: Contrasts 
between China, Taiwan and The 
Netherlands 
Liang Xiong (china) Yuting Tai (china) 
Chen C...
STEP 3: 
defining the problem
defining the problem: 
SWOT
defining the problem: 
SWOT
defining the problem: 
speed dating
defining the problem: 
visiting the archives in 
rotterdam
the planning theory 
lectures in governance and 
stakeholder analysis 
GOVERNANCE 
(Gerda Roeleveld , DELTARES) 
Stakehold...
an understanding of 
governance
governance 
public 
sector 
planning 
private 
sector 
civil 
society
understanding governance: 
role playing game
understanding governance: 
role playing game
understanding governance: 
role playing game
understanding governance: 
role playing game
step 4: 
preliminary visioning
A theme or 
direction 
preliminary visioning
process design
process design
spatial design
last step: 
poster preparation: 
summary of everything
finally computers!
final presentation and 
feed back
examples of students’ work
the end
for more information, please visit 
www.planningdesigntudelft.wordpress.com
thanks for listening 
any questions?
presentation prepared by 
roberto rocco 
Chair spatial planning and strategy 
department of urbanism 
delft university of ...
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions
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SUMMER SCHOOL Regional Planning and Design with Water: Learning from Dutch Cities and Regions

  1. 1. Regional planning & design WATER Learning from Dutch cities and regions prepared by: Roberto Rocco chair spatial planning and strategy @ Delft university of technology Challenge(the(future SpatialPlanning &Strategy with
  2. 2. Colophon organization: Chair of Spatial planning and strategy, department of urbanism, Faculty of architecture and the built Environment, TU Delft, the Netherlands Address: Julianalaan 134, 2628BL, Delft, The Netherlands Responsible professor: Prof. Vincent Nadin Responsible person: Roberto Rocco organizing TEAM: Prof. Vincent Nadin Roberto Rocco, spatial planning and strategy Fransje Hooimeijer, Environmental Technology & Design Betty chang, (NCKU, TAIWAN), urban planning contributors: Andrea Verni (European Master of Urbanism) Chen Chung (PhD candidate) Gerda Roeleveld (DELTARES) Liang Xiong (PhD candidate) Marcin Dawbroski (Spatial planning) Peter van Veelen (urban design theory and methods) Taneha Bacchin(Environmental Technology & Design) Yuting Tai (PhD candidate) Coaches: Anastasia Chranioti Astor Huang Germana Camara Jing Zhou Katherone Sundermann Luis Carvalho Mrudhula Koshy Nien-Ping Huang website: http:// planningdesigntudelft.wordpress.com visit the website for a complete overview and the full programme Contact: r.c.rocco@tudelft.nl
  3. 3. Welcome to the faculty of architecture of the TU Delft
  4. 4. our building today
  5. 5. our building in 2008
  6. 6. we bounced back
  7. 7. our city Delft, The Netherlands, pop.: 96.000 (2008)
  8. 8. Urbanism at tudelft AR2U090 Methodology for Urbanism *Logics of Enquiry In this exercise, you will need to ‘locate’ yourself inthe hypothetical triangle that composes URBANISM at TU Delft. According to your previous education and aspirations for the future, where would you be? Mark a cross inside the triangle and write your name and country of origin near that cross. Would you add another element to this geometrical form? Is it a polygon? A square? What other categories would you add, if any? Design Human Sciences Physical Sciences
  9. 9. OTB Chair: Urban an Regional Development Prof. Wil Zonneveld OTB Chair: Neighbourhood Change and Housing Prof. Maarten van Ham Chair: Cultural History & Design Prof. Eric Luiten Chair: Environmental Technology Prof. Arjan van Timmeren Section: Spatial Planning & Strategy Chair: Spatial Planning & Strategy Prof. Vincent Nadin Chair: URBANISM @ TU DELFT Chair: Landscape Architecture Prof. Dirk Sijmons Chair: Urban Design Prof. Henco Bekkering Chair: Theory & Methods Prof. Han Meyer Chair: The Why Factory Prof. Winy Maas Design & Politics Prof. Wouter Vanstiphout Section: Urban Design Section: Urban Landscape Organisational Tree of the Department of Urbanism, TU Delft, jan 2013 by Roberto Rocco
  10. 10. summer school tudelft + NCKU + SCUT* delft university of technology (NL) + National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan) + South China University of Technology (China)
  11. 11. AIM to provide students with a summarized experience on spatial plan and strategy-making, using short exercises to build up a simulated planning and design cycle.
  12. 12. The objectives • To help students understand theories and practices that bring together water management and urban development • to apply the knowledge acquired in the elaboration of a vision and a spatial plan for a specific area in the vicinity of Rotterdam.
  13. 13. Learning objectives • To understand the challenges of water issues in regional, metropolitan and urban environments and resilience of urban environments in relation to climate change • To understand the connections between the planning and design of built environments in relation to the challenges above • To understand the complexity of spatial planning and strategy making in relation to water issues
  14. 14. learning outcomes • To discuss the possible roles planning and design professionals might have in the practice • To connect issues of governance, participation and democracy to spatial plan-making and design • To understand general steps in spatial plan and strategy-making and to get familiarized with possible methods and tools associated with each step • To understand the role of technology in urban development considering climate change and its role as boundary spanner • To connect learning and doing through practical interactive exercises
  15. 15. 1st step understanding student’s values and priorities + (suggesting values indicating local priorities)
  16. 16. mind mapping Urbanist Tools SKILLS qualities knowledge values
  17. 17. step 2: giving students context, meaning and knowledge
  18. 18. the technical aspects
  19. 19. Maeslantkering
  20. 20. Maeslantkering
  21. 21. the case: Vlaardingen
  22. 22. vlaardingen
  23. 23. vlaardingen
  24. 24. vlaardingen
  25. 25. vlaardingen
  26. 26. Kinder DiJk
  27. 27. lectures
  28. 28. Planning theory (professor vincent nadin: SPS)
  29. 29. the case in context (andrea verni)
  30. 30. Water issues and water culture in the Netherlands (fransje hooimeijer) understanding water issues: lectures
  31. 31. understanding water issues: lectures SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURES (Taneha Bacchin) WATER ISSUES in the Netherlands (Peter van Veelen)
  32. 32. Planning with Water: Contrasts between China, Taiwan and The Netherlands Liang Xiong (china) Yuting Tai (china) Chen Chung (taiwan)
  33. 33. STEP 3: defining the problem
  34. 34. defining the problem: SWOT
  35. 35. defining the problem: SWOT
  36. 36. defining the problem: speed dating
  37. 37. defining the problem: visiting the archives in rotterdam
  38. 38. the planning theory lectures in governance and stakeholder analysis GOVERNANCE (Gerda Roeleveld , DELTARES) Stakeholders (Marcin Dabrowsky, Tu Delft)
  39. 39. an understanding of governance
  40. 40. governance public sector planning private sector civil society
  41. 41. understanding governance: role playing game
  42. 42. understanding governance: role playing game
  43. 43. understanding governance: role playing game
  44. 44. understanding governance: role playing game
  45. 45. step 4: preliminary visioning
  46. 46. A theme or direction preliminary visioning
  47. 47. process design
  48. 48. process design
  49. 49. spatial design
  50. 50. last step: poster preparation: summary of everything
  51. 51. finally computers!
  52. 52. final presentation and feed back
  53. 53. examples of students’ work
  54. 54. the end
  55. 55. for more information, please visit www.planningdesigntudelft.wordpress.com
  56. 56. thanks for listening any questions?
  57. 57. presentation prepared by roberto rocco Chair spatial planning and strategy department of urbanism delft university of technology r.c.rocco@tudelft.nl

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