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Espacio Libre Urbano - Conferencia 04-03-2014 PUJ

  1. 1. urban open space
  2. 2. Content Why this lecture? Who am I? 12 benefits of urban open space. Example Frankfurt. 4 other examples worldwide. Forecast Cali.
  3. 3. Why this lecture? Universidad Javeriana Cali. 04.03.2014. 10 – 12.00 am.
  4. 4. The future of our planet will be decided in the Cities. •2% of earths surface are Cities. •50% of earths people live already in Cities. •These people consume 75% of worlds energy and produce 80% of worldwide CO2-emision. •2050 about 75% of earths people will live in Cities. (Although some Cities in Europe are shrinking). (source: WHO 2010)
  5. 5. Bogota, 7-10 Million Cali about 2,5 Million (source: WHO 2010)
  6. 6. It is the responsibility of us – this generation, this leaaders – what will happen with our cities, our civilisation, our cultures, our planet. •What we decide today… •What we do today… •What we do NOT do today… decides the future of human race. (source: WHO 2010) For this reason we are all here today. Aren‘t we?
  7. 7. Who am I? Ulla Schuch.
  8. 8. My dedication. Our planet. People. Proceedings. Capabilities.
  9. 9. My life‘s work. Protect and develop the cababilities inside nature and people.
  10. 10. My academic education. Dipl. agr. Ing. Justus-Liebig-University, Gießen. „Umweltsicherung und Entwicklung von Räumen“. Protection and development of open spaces. cand. Dr. arch. Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt. „Grenzlinien und ihre Bedeutung für die Gestaltung von Landschaft“. Borders and their importance for open spaces.
  11. 11. My professional career. Planning office „!Ulla Schuch“, Fa. Lebenbauen, Frankfurt. Designing gardens, landscapes and open urban spaces in many places around the world. www.lebenbauen.de www.ullaschuch.de Teaching at University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt. International Mastercourse „Urban agglomerations“(M.Sc.), subject: urban open spaces. Also: Mastercourse „BaSys“ (M.Sc.), subject: urban open spaces. Also: Studium Generale „Projektmanagement“. www.fh-frankfurt.de
  12. 12. My daily work now. Investigation: Guadua, Permagardens, Urban open spaces worldwide. Publications: 2005 „workshop garten“. Publisher DVA (now Randomhouse) 2014 „Archetypen“. Publisher Randomhouse 2015 Co-editor as NGO board-member of Schule fürs Leben „Constructing with Guadua“. Publisher nn. Social work: Managing board of NGO Schule fürs Leben. Project management Germany „GUADUal10“
  13. 13. 12 benefits of urban open space. Gift of nature, benefits for free! Multifuncitional.
  14. 14. benefit 1 connect
  15. 15. differentes kinds of movement – pedestrian, bicycle, baby buggy, rollerblades, wheelchair, crutches, with many years… different speeds – different perception of surrounding. different motives of movement – fast ways, leisure pathes…
  16. 16. benefit 2 stay
  17. 17. „stay“ includes many things to do: to shop, to meet, to buy, to sell, to talk, to show, to watch, to move, to play, to relax, to calm down, to feel free, to pray, to party, to work, to celebrate…
  18. 18. benefit 3 show culture = produce identity
  19. 19. ???
  20. 20. Culture/Identity is about … … language, history, art, climate, origin, religion, music, politics, society, enviroment, food What is the special culture and identity for Cali? Let us find 7 words as colours, thougts, emotions, sensations, activities, perceptions…. which seems to be typical for Cali.
  21. 21. benefit 4 give orientation
  22. 22. City of Karlsruhe Citymap 1721 called „Fächer“ (the fan, el abanico)
  23. 23. 1 high buiding „Taipei 101“ in Taipei Cluster of high buildings Skyline“ in Frankfurt
  24. 24. benefit 5 produce O2
  25. 25. The more green volume, the more O2. The more photosynthesis, the more O2. The more surface of leaves, the more O2. 22 trees are needed to feed 1 men with O2
  26. 26. Only one thing to produce O2: Plants! Living plants. (Exception: also bacteria and algae) O2 is a result of the photosynthesis of plants. Only working daytime. Cars using combustion engine do also need O2, they compete against humans for O2. The bigger the surface of leaves the bigger this benefit. So it is not only about how big the area of planting, it refers also to the volume of plants and the densitiy of leaves. And also some species of plants have higher rates of photo- synthesis than others. And as depending also on sunlight, this benefit depends on where you are on planet Earth.
  27. 27. benefit 6 reduce noise
  28. 28. The more green volume, the more reduction of noise. The more surface of leaves, the more reduction of noise
  29. 29. Best things to reduce noise: 1. Plants! 2. All kind of structures in surfaces. Structures boost the surface: the surface of a glazed football is much smaller than the surface of a scraggy football. The bigger the surface, the bigger this benefit. Please notice my recommendation: 1. avoid noise, 2.avoid noise, 3. avoid noise, 4. reduce noise.
  30. 30. benefit 7 reduce dust
  31. 31. plants! and water! The bigger the surface, the bigger this benefit. 1 tree eleminates the exhaust of 100 cars!
  32. 32. Dust is worse for health than thougt for many years. Health is a personal quality. But also a question of money for a city/nation. Please notice my recommendation: 1. avoid dust, 2. avoid dust, 3. avoid dust, 4. reduce dust.
  33. 33. benefit 8 provide shadow
  34. 34. Not only trees can provide shadow. Also houses, constructions, textiles do. Keep in mind: different climates different positions to equator Azimut different habits to manage the sun - personal habits eg. age, skincolour - cultural habits eg. clothes
  35. 35. benefit 9 provide sunlight
  36. 36. Humans need sunlight for to survife. It is not only for beauty or luxury. Vitamin D is produced by sunlight.
  37. 37. benefit 10 provide food
  38. 38. Water. Plants . (Animals.) The origin of food. The handeling of rainwater. Vegetarian food only? Biologigal food only?. To remember us: Humans are part of nature.
  39. 39. benefit 11 provide propper bioclimate
  40. 40. evaporation
  41. 41. Cold air – production and movement O2 – production and movement Humidity in air – production and movement Balance of temperature - nighttime, daytime / city-land Propper temperature – anytime to cold, to hot Never rains in California – oportunity to be outside inspite of climate
  42. 42. benefit 12 trigger human senses
  43. 43. Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet. Bob Marley.
  44. 44. fear or pleasure
  45. 45. freeze
  46. 46. smell
  47. 47. interact with environment allow myself to be touched
  48. 48. fantasy
  49. 49. sense
  50. 50. passion!
  51. 51. soft and surprise
  52. 52. How many senses do we have? What are they worth for? What is their value for us? Senses and identidy – how are these two related? Senses and culture – how are these two related? Senses and quality of live – how are these two related?
  53. 53. Conclusion
  54. 54. 7 things to do 1. maximize green! 2. maximize water! 3. maximize flow! 4. maximize network! 5. maximize links! 6. maximize sensuality! 7. maximize life!
  55. 55. produce O2 reduce noise reduce dust optimize bioclimate lawn, meadow, shrubs hedges forest unmoved water water in movement memorize: water and plants… … the more volume, the better is. … the more surface, the better is. … the more moved, the better is.
  56. 56. Example Frankfurt City of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Enviroment Department.
  57. 57. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 83 Contents  History of Frankfurt’s GreenBelt  Landscapes of Frankfurt’s GreenBelt  Unique Features of Frankfurts GreenBelt  Education and Public Relations  GreenBelt People  Finance  Outlook: GreenBelt Frankfurt 2030
  58. 58. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt History of Frankfurt’s GreenBelt
  59. 59. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 85 The first ring – the Wallanlagen  Transforming the former military ring around the historic city centre into a tree-lined promenade
  60. 60. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 86 The second ring – the Alleenring  The Allenring was laid out as part of the major city extension plans in the late nineteenth century.
  61. 61. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department The third ring – the GreenBelt  1970 First concepts  1990 Project year  1991 GreenBelt resolution by city parliament 87
  62. 62. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 88 GreenBelt – International comparison
  63. 63. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt Landscapes of Frankfurt´s GreenBelt
  64. 64. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department Landscapes in the GreenBelt in %  50 forest  20 agricultural land  10 private gardens  4 park  4 sports  3 orchards  1 nature conservation  8 traffic space 90
  65. 65. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 91 Landscapes in the GreenBelt – forest
  66. 66. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 92 Landscapes in the GreenBelt – Nidda
  67. 67. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 93 Landscapes in the GreenBelt – orchard meadow
  68. 68. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 94 Landscapes in the GreenBelt – field
  69. 69. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 95 Landscapes in the GreenBelt - nature conservation
  70. 70. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department Landscapes - fragmentation
  71. 71. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 97 Landscapes - Climate
  72. 72. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt Unique features
  73. 73. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 99 Unique feature - beltwalk  64 km GreenBelt circular hiking route  62 km GreenBelt cycle track
  74. 74. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 100 Unique features – Old Airfield 2003 2010
  75. 75. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department Old Airfield - Landschafts Lernstation
  76. 76. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 102 Unique features – Grüne Soße (eat landscape)
  77. 77. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department Unique feature - Comic art 103
  78. 78. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt Public Relations + Education
  79. 79. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 105 Education Program Discover, explore and learn  Educational facilities for children in the GreenBelt  65 different topics for school classes and kindergarden groups, 300 lessons, 6,000 children a year  15 different events for families on weekends, 12,000 participants
  80. 80. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 106 Public relations - strollology  Guided walks in the GreenBelt _COP7074
  81. 81. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 107 Public relations – maps, leaflets  GreenBelt leisure map  Leaflets on places to visit
  82. 82. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt GreenBelt people
  83. 83. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department GreenBelt People 109
  84. 84. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt Finance
  85. 85. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department GreenBelt Finance (Projectgroup GreenBelt)  200,000 Euro / year - investations, new green sites  125,000 Euro / year – planning, public relations 111 7,1 Million € since 1997 in 50 largest projects + 3 Million € in small projects =10,1 Million € = about 50% payed by the city
  86. 86. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – UmweltamtStadt Frankfurt am Main – Umweltamt Outlook GreenBelt Frankfurt 2030
  87. 87. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 113 GreenBelt Frankfurt 2030 Study made by Projektbüro Friedrich von Borries, Berlin Available as pdf in www.grüngürtel.de Guidelines for the next years  Linking  Accenturating  Activating
  88. 88. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 114 Linking  Thinking of Frankfurt’s city development from the GreenBelt  Quality of open spaces, open spaces as an important resource  Linking the GreenBelt to the city and region First Step: “Speichenplan” Plan with link-spaces to first green belt and region
  89. 89. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 115 Accenturating  Target emphasis of individual areas  Developing the dissection of the GreenBelt into a programmatic strength  Reinforcing the qualities of the GreenBelt as an aesthetic area of recreation and discovery
  90. 90. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 116 Activating  As a social compensation area, GreenBelt is opened up to new forms and use and adoption.  Environmental justice
  91. 91. Stadt Frankfurt am Main – Environment Department 117 www.gruenguertel.de Thank you !
  92. 92. Other Mega-Cities. Madrid, Spain, 3,2 Mio. Amman, Jordan, 2,4 Mio. Dehli, India, 21 Mio.
  93. 93. Madrid, Spain. 3,2 Mio inhabitants. Carolina Zarbas. Master-Student 2013/2014
  94. 94. Amman, Jordan. 2,4 Mio inhabitants. Rola Sayaydeh. Master-Student 2013/2014
  95. 95. Dehli, India. 21 Mio inhabitants. Irungbam Rajiv Singh. Master-Student 2013/2014
  96. 96. Isfahan, Iran. 1,9 Mio inhabitants. 2.500 years old!! Mina Mansourian, Master-Student 2013/2014
  97. 97. Forecast Cali perfect frame conditions!!!
  98. 98. Domestic forest „Guadual“ with SUPER-photosyntesis and TOP CO2-Killer!
  99. 99. Vast amount of water! Rivers, springs, rain. Most are fast and tangy!
  100. 100. main wind direction directionofflow RioCauca slope wind slope wind Excellent-topography for cold-air-movement following main-wind-direction! Main-wind-direction brings cold wind from ocean!
  101. 101. Open valley with strong river-movement.
  102. 102. Excellent fertility, plants are growing quick and easily!
  103. 103. 7 rivers following topograhy!
  104. 104. Proposal 1. „2 cinturónes por Siloé“ Design by Ulla Schuch und Eva Bender, Landscapearchitects. Cooperation with NGO Fanalca & SIDOC Cali
  105. 105. grünplan_bestand Salvaje rura Parques Rentention ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Siloe. Como es. 2010.
  106. 106. Cinturón urbano Cinturón natural Metaestructura
  107. 107. Proposal 2: Park „El Embalse“ Siloé. Diploma thesis Dipl. Ing. Eva Bender, Landscapearchitect. Also: Volunteer „weltwärts“ with Schule fürs Leben
  108. 108. Status quo: fallow land as rentention-area Idear: „Guaduales“ as natural reservoir Vision: recreation park
  109. 109. Proposal 3: International meeting International Workshop in September 2014 in Bogota. 3-days-excursion to Cali. Profs and students from around the world.
  110. 110. Don‘t hesitate to ask for further information and teamwork. It would be a pleasure to share competence, experience and n ulla.schuch@lebenbauen.de Thank You!

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