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studentsspace

starting families

immigrants

established families

elder

housing:target group?


criminal record holders different race drug addicts emotionally unstable people heavy drinkers homosexuals immigrants people with aids political extremists

43% 11% 64% 31% 34% 18% 14% 21% 42%

(7th of 16) (5th of 16) (7th of 16) (5th of 16) (14th of 16) (13th of 16) (4th of 16) (10th of 16) (8th of 16)

undesired neibours source:nationmaster.com


housing: target group

social class mash up could work only if the minority is desired


students

starting families

immigrants

-desire for security -low/average income -high consumption -desire for community -children oriented lifstyle combined with “sigles” lifestyle -desire for high income job

-desire for respect -low/average income -low/average consumption -different lifestyle -highly productive -willing to work for lower income -tolerated by majority

established families

elder

space -culturaly active -tolerant -adaptive -low income -low consumption -”creative class” -different lifestyle

-desire for security -high income -high consumption -desire for community -children oriented lifstyle -desire for independence

-desire for security -low income -average consumption -desire for community -desire for proximity -desire for peace -low mobility -different lifestyle

housing:target group? social mix


students

established families

space -low income -low consumption -very low power of exclusion -high desire for acsess

-already present -high power of exclusion / not willing to adapt lifestyle -low desire for acsess

housing:target group?

cutting off the extremes


starting families

-high consumption -need for this class because of the ageing population problem -low current background

immigrants

-high immigration rate in norway results in need for suitable typology -could offer workforce for the communal facilities

elder

-ageing population problem -need for productive elder class -need for suitable typology -could produce localy grown vegetables and fruit

housing:target group? social mix


starting families

-secure community oriented. low budget dwelling typology. mobility oriented for walkable public transport

immigrants

-highly productive class could offer minor business, products and servicies. desire for them is there

elder

-new typology should focus on maximal proximity to public transport and integration within the “young� community

housing:what?


established families

- because of the fact they “make� the suburbia, the intervention should highly consider them - enhancing desire for public transport - enhancing communal facilities

housing:what?


students

starting families

space - we should not forget about the students, but rather than designing a selective typology, we should focus on the smooth transition from student to productive life to try to eliminate the gap of the “single� life. family shouldn’t be an obstacle

housing:what?


filter: cafe, playground...

seducer

social condenser

streetscape social scheme


elder housing / productive farm

shortcuts with starting flats

existing suburban villas

social housing / retial

housing: establishing vivid axes


axes, “streets” social filters: retail

collective nodes, “squares” social filters : cafe, restaurant, recreational

“shortcuts” social filters : communal facilities

establishing axes sequencing


fortress, connection to the city centre

park

“holes�: the viewpoints of identity and proximity to the city

establishing axes looping


masterplan berg current status


masterplan berg schools


masterplan berg “holes”


park

fortress

hole: small square

hole: central square

hole: small square

masterplan berg sequencing


masterplan berg

holes : green squares program: cafe, restaurant, relax


masterplan berg

suburban avenues mixed program: retail, housing


masterplan berg

seducers: shortcuts mixed program: communal, housing


masterplan berg

suburban interventions


shortcuts


masterplan berg

seducers: shortcuts mixed program: communal, housing


communal program


communal program


communal program


problem


think trondheimly


the bound


the bound

trondheim outskirts


mixed program young families


the bound


11.5.

13.5.

13.5.

14.5.

15.5.

the bound

evolution


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4

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vertical parameters / extremes, biocorridors, acsessibility


parameter 4 : volume

parameter 3 : vertical obstacles

parameter 2 : horisontal obstacles

parameter 1 : program

volume


the bound

meeting space/living space


starting flat cheap, flexible


2 persons

3 persons

3 persons

co housing

playground

bbq

garden

typology

cheap, flexible


frame it


thank you


presentation of the masterplan