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S U D e s w o r k s h o p conference

september 20th - september 21st, 2010 lund, sweden

PROPOSALS urban green, urban form rich urban quality, environmental sensitivity


introduction


“How do we deal with green spaces as an important aspect of high quality urban design, in a situation with increasing demands on areas available for densification?” Introduction, Engelsberg Seminar 2009

DESIGN CONFERENCE

On September 20th, over 150 students and professionals met to take part in an international and interdisciplinary design conference and workshop. The topic of discussion was urban green, urban form. The urgent design question posed above highlights the search for a design understanding which combines and overlays urban green and urban form seeing them not as separate components of the urban fabric, but as forming a three dimensional urban system. Architects, planners, and landscape architects from Sweden and Denmark commented on their own theoretical and practical appraches.

DESIGN WORKSHOP

Students were than challenged to create their own perspective on the question of urban form, urban green, by taking part in an intensive, 24 hour design charette. With a professional in the field acting as a workshop leader, groups of students sketched out their strategies to enhance the urban and natural structures and systems within the city of Lund.

DESIGN PROPOSALS

On September 21st, 16 proposals addressed concepts in how we think about urban green, urban form, and gave concrete design strategies for how the city of Lund can embrace and inhance it’s green and urban qualities, both spatially and socially. The 16 proposals are published in this book.

PARTICIPANTS

M1, M2 = Lund University, Sustainable Urban Design Masters Students A3 = Lund University, Architecture Students CPH = Royal Danish Academy, Architecture Students SLU =Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Landscape Architecture Students

CREW

Per Björkeroth Carley Friesen Dziugas Lukosevicius Nick Bigelow Tamara Pavlovic


LECTURE SERIES

Harrison Fraker - MODERATOR Dean, College of Environmental Design, Berkeley USA Annette Stambolovski Building Manager, Lund University Lars Johansson : Make Room for the Landscape Town Gardener, Uppsala Community Jens Kvorning : Density, Everyday Life and Suburban Transformation Professor, Centerleader Urban Design Kunstakademiet, Copenhagen DK Nina Mathiesen : Blue and Green City Nordhavnen, Copenhagen Architect and Planner, Cobe, Copenhagen DK Donlyn Lyndon : Making Places in Lund Eva Li Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Urban Design College of Environmental Design, Berkeley USA Jeppe Aagaard Andersen : Urban Blue Form Landscape Architect, JAAA Architects, Helsingรถr DK Dorte Mandrup : Building in an Urban Forest Owner and Director of Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter, Copenhagen DK


WORKSHOP LEADERS Urban Skogmar metro Sara Hallström anark Marco Pusterla FOJAB Åsa Samuelsson sweco Ashwin Karjatkar Arch school LTH Therese Magnusson FOJAB Oliver Grundahl tnt arkitekter a/s Marc Jay WE architecture Martin Arfalk mandaworks Susanna Oliver sweco

Julie Lindhardt ATT.: arkitekter René Sørensen ATT.: arkitekter Ulrika Bjartmar Bjartmar Hylta ark, Lund Gunnar Cerwén SLU Anette Grönbaek Anette Grönbaek Henrik Valeur UiD


WORKSHOP TASK


Task Direction

“How do we deal with green spaces as an important aspect of high quality urban design, in a situation with increasing demands on areas available for densification?” Introduction, Engelsberg Seminar 2009 This urgent design question highlights the search for a design understanding which combines and overlays urban green and urban form seeing them not as separate components of the urban fabric, but as forming a three dimensional urban system. This year’s conference centers around a theoretical approach that calls for the creation of an urban typology which is an integrated urban tissue. Controlled systems (such as buildings, infrastructures, and communications) are combined with variable ecosystems (such as weather and living habitats); demanding both precision and flexibility in the design outcome. The approach searches for new ways to define density; in terms of built area, quality places, landscape ecology, movement and energy systems. It challenges not only what we think about the city; but how we think about the city. This design understanding will be presented through innovative design strategies with detailed investigations into the layering and combinations of systems and activities that will create a higher quality of urban green, urban form.

What is a design charette?

The design charette is a mechanism used give a charged and energetic beginning to a design challenge. A charette ignites creative brainstorming, discussion, strategising and designing. A static, yet complex problem is transformed into a series of creative concepts which can be further developed into future, buildable plans. (National Institute of Building Sciences) The design workshop at Lund is an international and interdisciplinary mini-charette. In the next two days you will hear lectures addressing the above direction, and then work in a workshop group to further create a concept and design for an area of Lund. The output of the design charette will be a clear and strong concept regarding this year’s theme, urban green, urban form. The perspective should then be applied to a spatial design on the given site. Although it may not be complete in detail, it should be a strong and workable design, with a clear concept, process and outcome.

Task Challenge

This year’s task focuses on the centre of the university campus, and extends to the LTH campus. In this area of Lund there are many university buildings, student housing buildings, and large scale institutions. With development plans both in the centre of Lund, and outlying areas, connection between the various morphologies is increasingly important. The task challenge is to create a design understanding which illustrates how designers can think about urban green and urban form, and create spatial solutions which address environmental, economic and social sustainability. This perspective should then be applied to the site in Lund.

The Program Specifics in Lund

Together with the TASK DIRECTION of urban form, urban green; each workshop group is challenged to consider the specifics of working in the city of Lund. Donlyn Lyndon has provided the following guidelines. “Create a network of encounters and connections that can make the university a more livable city of learning within Lund. Provide linkages from the central city through the campus, and weave your site with it’s edges, as an urban tissue, a web of inter-connections.”

The Program Specifics on Site

Bring the concept from the TASK DIRECTION, and apply it to the specific qualities of your site. You may incorporate both new development and refining existing processes toward sustainability. Donlyn Lyndon has provided the following guidelines. “Describe the encounters such a web of facilities and spaces would make possible…bringing together differing people, multiple ideas, the presence of historical places, exposure to natural processes and new opportunities for both reflection, stimulus and connection.”


PROPOSALS site [1]


[POPLAR]

[BIRCH]

[CEDAR]

[PINE]

Oliver Grundahl Samin Salehi Moorkani M2 Anna Petrusjka Skerning CPH FOROUGHANFAR, LALEH M1 MOLDOVEANU, DELIA ROXANA M1 BERGSTRÖM INA A3 HELLGREN SARA A3 HEMER BEATA A3 TOPALI, ELTON A3 MOBERG MAJA SLU MONNIER CHRISTELL SLU PRADHAN PRAJAL SLU

Therese Magnusson Kun Hua Tung M2 Carole Lesigne CPH CURRIVAN LOTTA M1 MOHAMMED SHERIF HOSNY, ISMAEL M1 ATANASOVA YANA A3 HELLBERG BJÖRN A3 HÖGBERG SOFIA A3 TALJE JOHAN A3 MAURITZSON HEDIN JOEL SLU PANG JUNYING SLU PODSKUBKOVA TEREZA SLU PROCHAZKOVA JAROSLAVA SLU

Ashwin Karjatkar Yang Xianfang M2 Martin Hjerl CPH Gunnar Eythorsson CPH BUICE, SARAH MICHELLE M1 MIRSAFAY MOQADDAM, MASOUMEHSADAT M1 ARONSSON, RICKARD A3 HECKLER MADELEINE A3 KANERUD SOFIA A3 TAGESSON OSKAR A3 LÖNNBOM ANNA SLU POURSHAH BADINZADEH NASSIM SLU PARSONS LAURA SLU ROMEL RIFAT HASSAN SLU

Åsa Samuelsson Chloé Poncon M2 Karen Tovgaard CPH CHEN, CHI “DANDY” M1 MAYR UTTA M1 ANDERSSON RENÉ A3 HALLSTRÖM PER A3 KARLSSON JOHANNA A3 SUNDSTEDT ANNA A3 LÖNNERHOLM SIGRID ELISABET SLU ROOS STINA ULRIKA SLU PALHINHAS ALEXANDRE SLU SHAHRAD AZADEH SLU


site [1]

Connection AND SPINE

[POPLAR GROUP] LEader : Oliver Grundahl


site [1]

THE ANCHOR OF THE of AXISthe axis the anchor [PINE GROUP] LEader : Ă…sa Samuelsson

potentials and qualities problems

largest green area be a place to hang around, close to the commercial center

many people crossing

unclear or missing entrances encounters, people can meet more sand than green important to show old buildings, existing quality

combination of historical buildings and public space, atmosphere makes people wanting to stay contrast in green

south of the AF building unused backside space

lack of places to go in the evening

cathedral forest vs single tree

not so many publiv activities

light >< dark lilla torg is not a square - yet

lack of defininition of spaces

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water, function stormwater dealing

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relaxing decelerate bright warm

problems of today

barriers, undefined space

meeting points and entrances

defining the entrances and accentuating space

space

thoughtful quiet

slow rough

natural raw

intimate dark

pathbreaking fast subtly smooth


scale 1:100

scale 1:10 scale 1:1000

Chloé Ponçon Alexandre Galrito Palhinhas Per Hallström Anna Sundstedt Azadeh Shahrad Chi “Dandy” Chen Utta Mayr René Andersson Karen Tovgaard Åsa Samelsson


site [1]

ACTIVATE CITY LAND SCAPE

ACTIVATE CITY LANDSCAPE

[CEDAR GROUP] LEader : ASHWIN KARJATKAR

ACTIVATE CITY LAND SCAPE


Material Study 1

Material Study 2


site [1]

NEW CHOREOGRAPHY FOR LUNDAGÅRD

New Choreography for Lundagård

[BIRCH GROUP] LEader : Therese Magnusson

SUDes 2010-09-21 BIRCH: Lotta Currivan, Carole Lesigne, Tung Kun Hua. Yana Atanasova, Björn Hellberg, Johan Talje, Sherif Mohammed

ANALYSIS OF THE SITE -Invisible entrances -Undefined edges -Monofunctional (people just passing trough) -Historical identity with majestetic trees that we want to preserve -Take advantage of the topography of the site -Lack of water -Dark an unsecure

+ VISION -From monofunctional to multifunctional by adding more activites and make it more liveable -Use water to emphasis the topogtaphy and to make it more attractiv -Develop the sites potential as the start of path of knowledge

CONCEPT Compose a choreograpy for different user groups

+


PROPOSAL -Add water and pavillion -Transform entrances - Add ligth for path of knowledge -Transform green areads by differentiat and link

DESIGN STRATEGIES


PROPOSALS site [2]


[TULIP]

[ROSE]

[DANDELION]

[ORCHID]

Marco Pusterla Beril Özbay M2 Lise Kloster Bro CPH MAXIMOVICH, IRINA “IRA” M1 CHEN, HAOXIA M1 AHLSTRÖM, JOHAN A3 HAAGEN SANNA A3 KARLSSON SVANTE A3 SIGBO CAMILLA A3 KARNELL KARL MAGNUS GUSTAV SLU ROSÉN REBECKA SLU NORDSTRÖM JENNI SLU WEN LU SLU

Sara Hallström Aleksandra Blazhevska M2 Maika Moerner Jensen CPH Gladys Greyl CPH BLAIS-DUFOUR, GABRIELLE M1 MARTINEZ, MONICA M1 GÖTBERG MARTIN A3 KJELLBERG ODD A3 SCHWAN MALIN A3 JONSSON PIA SLU SOUSA DANIELA SLU MORIDNEJAD MEHRDAD SLU ZARE ABBAS SLU

Urban Skogmar Juliane Miani M2 Pernille E. Jensen CPH BARDAUSKAITE, GUODA M1 LIU, HAILIN “LYNCH” M1 VAN NIEKERK, SUZANNE M1 GYDELL LOUISE A3 KROOK ELIN A3 SCHUMAN MATILDA A3 JANÄNG MARIE SLU STEWART JESSICA SLU MAZLAGHANI HAMIDREZA SLU

Martin Arfalk Hua Wan M2 Patrick Mcgrath CPH Bruno Amadei Machado CPH FUCHS, JANOS M1 RASMUSSON-HONNÉR, SEBASTIAN M1 BYBERG LINA A3 NILSSON MATTHIAS A3 PETERSSON FREDRIK A3 ÅKERLUND CORNELIA A3 ARAGAW MIKYAS TESFAYE SLU LI HUIQIAO SLU


plan 1:1000

20-21 September 2010 Workshop leader; Marco Pusterla Team: Chan Haoxia, Irina Maximovich, Lise Kloster Bro, Beril ร–zbay, Sanna Haagen, Svante Karlsson, Camilla Sigbo, Jenni Nordstrรถm, Wen Lu, Karnell Karl Magnus, Rosen Rebecka, Gustav, Johan Almstrรถm

section 1:5000

activity sequence

[TULIP] LEader : MARCO PUSTERLA SUDES 2010 - Tulip

SENSING NATURE

enclosed and open spaces

connecting path

axis of senses

Our goal is to densify in the green city center and enhancing the possibilities to sense the nature through the body. We provide the pathway of knowledge with a structure that contains a variety of programs, activities and possibilities. Small boxes for living, studying and exhibiting is spread along the pathway like a string of lanterns that lights up the pathway in the nighttime. Creating a magic atmosphere at a time a day where the path is normally not in use. In the daytime the structure functions as a fitness path with various exercise possibilities. Cooperation with the gym nearby is an option for further integration into the context. This brings in potential users from all the city of Lund, grownups and children, students and working people doing their daily fitness. Some boxes are situated in the three crowns and others are forming small grass hills on ground offering to explore the area from a new perspective. Study places in the three crowns and living inside the hills is a new temporary way of using the recreative green spaces for other functions. The structure is a reinterpretation of the fence, which today certain places separate the university buildings from the road. We create a new transition between the paradise and the zoologen and the road with a permeable border. The structure is the opening to explore the area in a new mind breaking way!

Through the mindset of the monkey and the rabbit

Sensing nature

site [2]


section 1:50

SUDES 2010 - Tulip

20-21 September 2010 Workshop leader; Marco Pusterla Team: Chan Haoxia, Irina Maximovich, Lise Kloster Bro, Beril ร–zbay, Sanna Haagen, Svante Karlsson, Camilla Sigbo, Jenni Nordstrรถm, Wen Lu, Karnell Karl Magnus, Rosen Rebecka, Gustav, Johan Almstrรถm

night vision

rainy day

section 1:500

study boxes

meeting boxes

living boxes

lighting boxes / lanterns

Through the mindset of the monkey and the rabbit

Sensing nature


site [2]

LUNGS OF ABSALON [ROSE] LEader : SARA HALLSTÖM


B

Gathering ground

C

A

Path of knowledge

Section A-A 1:20

DIAGRAM 1:2000

Reading forest

Group: Dandelion - Leader: Urban Skogmar, Group members: Juliane Miani, Pernille E. Jensen, Gouda Bardauskaite, Hailin ‘Lynch’ Liu, Suzanne Van Neikerk, Louise Gydell, Elin Krook, Matilda Schuman, Jessica Stewart, Hamidreza Mazlaghani

C

A

[DANDELION] LEader : URBAN SKOGMAR

B

strategies in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable way.

- REINFORCE sustainability - achieve the above

READERS’ GARDEN

DESIGN 1: 1000

CONTEXT

university and create more transparent uses.

- EXPOSE new and existing functions - open up the

area to integrate into the path of knowledge.

- CONNECT knowledge path - reinforce the movement through the

boundaries.

- DEFINE the space - create a clear ‘university park’ around the library, with clear

different experience.

- ENHANCE existing characters - define seperate areas with different identities for

5 KEY STRATEGIES

READERS’ GARDEN

site [2]


SECTION C-C 1:100

Section B-B 1:1000

PATH OF KNOWLEDGE

READING FOREST

IMPLEMENTING THE STRATEGIES - ENHANCE: reinforce the backside (hidden) character behind the library, intensify activity in the front - DEFINE: add functions and reinforce the boundaries of the park - CONNECT: strengthen the transit axis through mixed cycling/ pedestrian park, opening up and widening. - EXPOSE - use transparent materials, bring studying and education into the public realm, - REINFORCE sustainability through using recycled materials for structures, treading lightly on the ground, integrating people and retaining and enlarging the pond.

GATHERING GROUND

Reference: Temporary, transparent, open, flexible structures and recycled materials for bringing study spaces into the public realm. (www.n55.dk; www.inhabitat. com; www.tvark.se


site [2]

PLEASANT SURPRISES: HUMAN SPACES, NATURAL FUNCTION [ORCHID] LEader : MARTIN ARFALK

Pleasant Surprises Human spaces, natural functions.

The Glen

We have reimagined the underused lawn to the north of the library as a more natural landscape with spruce, fir, pine, and larch—trees native to Sweden’s traditional boreal forest.

Today, the area around the University Library is home to a graceful mix of trees, paths, historic buildings, and cafes. However, some of its lawns are under-used, its greens suffer from ambiguous boundaries, and few travelers linger due to a lack of activities. With our design, we sought to address these problems by enhancing the best qualities of the existing green spaces and providing new, positive public spaces.

New People, New Definition

The Public Square

New housing brings density to the urban core while helping to enclose and define the Lively Green.

A small public square with kiosk or arcade extends the literature’s lively cafe environment into the outdoors, blending with the bicycle and pedestrian corridor.

The Lively Green

This park-like area is enhanced with functional and fanciful installations: tables, hammocks, benches, art, platforms…a variety of additions integrated with the area’s trees.

SUDes Workshop 2010 - Group Leader: Martin Arfalk

Bruno Amadei Machado, Cornelia Åkerlund, Fredrik Petersson, János Fuchs, Lina Byberg, Mattias Nilsson, Patrick McGrath, Sebastian Honnér, Wan Hua


Pleasant Surprises Human spaces, natural functions.

SUDes Workshop 2010 - Group Leader: Martin Arfalk

Bruno Amadei Machado, Cornelia Åkerlund, Fredrik Petersson, János Fuchs, Lina Byberg, Mattias Nilsson, Patrick McGrath, Sebastian Honnér, Wan Hua


PROPOSALS site [3]


[WHEAT]

[OATS]

[BARLEY]

[RYE]

Henrik Valeur Emil Soleymanpur M2 Anja Berglund CPH BALAH, AMR M1 VAN DER STEEN JOSEPH M1 ABAZAJ BUJAR A3 GODDERIDGE MAINE A3 LANDIN, KARL A3 SALOMONSSON LINA A3 HELLQVIST STINA SLU SU LI SLU KUMAR REKHA SLU

Anette Grönbaek Chan Sin Yan M2 Steen Lyders Hansen CPH AHSAN, FARMIN M1 KOTEVSKA, JELENA M1 UNHASUTA, SUSSAANGANA M1 GEHLERT SUSANNE A3 LILJA ISABELL A3 ROTH LUCY A3 FORBES ADAM CRISPIN BEILBY SLU TARDY JOSÉPHINE SLU EL GHANDOUR IBRAHIM SLU

Gunnar Cerwén Mina Dorrigiv M2 Danguole Rucinskaite M2 Ida Bergström CPH Yuri Taida CPH KHAYYATAN, IMAN M1 THEPSAMARN, NATTAPONG “NAT” M1 FRANSSON NILS-ERIK A3 LINDSKOG MATTIAS A3 ROSVALL NIKE A3 FOGELKLOU ANNA SLU THELANDERSSON MARLENE SLU DUAN TIANCHU SLU

Ulrika Bjartmar Tadas Jokubauskas M2 Kristoffer E. Buchgraitz CPH Jens Nyboe Andersen CPH KAROUM, OMER M1 SHENG TIANQIN M1 ERSSON JONAS A3 LUNDEHOLM SOFIA A3 REVELLÉ ERIK A3 EKDAHL EMMA SLU WANG YANG SLU COSTA SORAIA SLU


site [3]

WATER WILL ALWAYS FIND IT’S WAY [WHEAT] LEader : HENRIK VALEUR


site [3]

CONNECTIONS

[OATS] LEader : ANETTE GRÖNBAEK

SITE AND PROCESS

DINNER SKETCHES

SITE 3

VOID SITE MAP

ACTIVITY

MAPPING THE PROBLEMS

SITE 3 GROUP:OATS

CONNECTIONS

STRUCTURE


CONNECTIONS

PLAN OF CONNECTION STRUCTURE SCALE: 1:1000

LOCK SYSTEM CHANGING OVER TIME

SECTION THROUGH ENTRANCE AREA CONNECTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

SCALE: 1:100

SECTION THROUGH PATH AND SURROUNDINGS CONNECTING BUILDINGS AND PATH

SCALE: 1:500

SITE 3 GROUP:OATS

SECTION ALONG PATH

CONNECTING OLD CITY CENTRE TO LEARNING CENTRE

SCALE: 1:1000


site [3]

URBAN GREEN, URBAN FORM [BARLEY] LEader : GUNNAR CERWÉN


site [3]

SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? [RYE] LEader : ULRIKA BJARTMAR

should i stay or should i go?? main concepts: creating STILLNESS DYNAMICS INTERACTIONS DIVERSITY OF OPPORTUNITIES TO LIVE THE SAME STREET

Rye - Site 3 erik revelle jens nyboe andersen jonas ersson

day

night

festival


Main issues: Lack of space for pedestrians and bicycles Day use only, not visible at night Introverted, secretive buildings, unwelcoming entrances Lack of identity or individuality Undefined, unused green spaces Lack of edges, activities, events Barriers – fences, street parking, untrimmed vegetation Lack of connection between buildings Solutions: Car-free, pedestrian promenade, wider bike lanes Lit pavilions at night, protruding into streetscape Transparent building facades – replace block with glass, expose interiors More signage, representational pavilions interact with streetscape create soft streetscape activate edges, create public living rooms Remove fences, street parking, and untrimmed vegetation Create green paths that link buildings inside and outside

materials

SECTION 1:100

SECTION 1:10

Typical street section

Section through pavilion

the square of a million rocks outside the geology building

SECTION 1:1000

Section along Solvegatan

Rye - Site 3 erik revelle jens nyboe andersen jonas ersson kristoffer e. buchgraitz

the paving palette


PROPOSALS site [4]


[LAKE] René Sørensen Jose Manuel Riquelme Marin M2 Hedda Nilsson Orviste CPH Sara Amanda Westergaard Bruun CPH JORDANOV, KRISTIJAN M1 SARGISSON TIMOTHY M1 EDSTRÖM OSKAR A3 MARCU ANDREEA A3 RAMSTRAND TOMAS A3 DAVIDSSON FANNY SLU WINROTH KARIN SLU BEHNAMFAR AMIN SLU

[RIVER] Julie Lindhardt Barbara Palacios Orozco M2 Johan Bengtsson CPH Jason Keyes CPH HE, JINGJING “AROMA” M1 RENAUX JULIE M1 DUNÉR NILSERIC A3 NESTOROV MARTA A3 PETTERSSON HELENA A3 BRATEL JOHANNA SLU WORKMAN TRENT SLU BARADARAN HAMED SLU

[POND] Susanna Oliver Gisele Pavia M2 Francis Young CPH Brett Seelman CPH HAN, XIAO M1 POURHAMEDANI REIHANEH M1 BÖRJESSON KAJSA A3 NILSSON KAROLINA A3 PETERSSON NADIA A3 ÅLUND HENRIK A3 BERTHOLDSSON EMELIE SLU ÅSLING TORA SLU ARVIDSSON GRY SLU

[OCEAN] Marc Jay Melis Atacan M2 Kotaro Yamanaka CPH GE, LAN M1 MOTTAGHI, MISAGH M1 YONG, XIAOCEN “CALYN” M1 BERNTZON KAJSA A3 OLANDER ELISABETH A3 OLSSON HILLEVI A3 WIRDELÖV JOHAN A3 ANDERSSON KARIN SLU ANTOAN SALAM SLU


site [4]

FARMING : THE URBAN TISSUE

[LAKE] LEader : RENÉ SØRENSEN


100

200

TRENT WORKMAN BARBARA PALACIOS OROZCO JULIE RENAUX HELENA PETTERSSON HAMED BARADARAN JINGJING HE NILSERIC DUNĂ&#x2030;R MARTA NESTOROV JASON KEYES

PROGRAMME STUDIES

TRANSPARENCY STUDIES

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[RIVER] LEader : JULIE LINDHARDT Using a patchwork of urban furniture, lightning, frames and voids we have brought down the industrial scale of site 4 back to the human. Reading the rhythm of the city we created a 3-dimensional urban system. The patchwork system both organizes and provides greater flexibility to the public realm; allowing for endless combinations of use and interpretation over time. The city is transformed into a playful network of potentials and encounters, providing the background for the individual expression, ecological processes, social dynamics and programmatic open-ness.

-patching up the urban fabric

PATCH WORK

PAT c H WORK

site [4] T ch by di

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tning, n the man. ted a work reater dless time. ork of the ssion, and

BISKOPSGATAN

The contrast of light and dark give life to the city and mark the temporal changes ranging from transparent to opaque, we have helped to expose by contrasting materials. And enhance these systems, adding another dimension to the urban experience.

day

SÖLVEGATA

- static/hard to change - no unprogrammed space

- fenced in spaces

BISKOPSGATAN

ric

section/diagram bench

+ space

winter

rain

SÖLVEGATA

+ close to sport- / outdoor activities

section/diagram roofstructure

night

+ encouraging interaction between different social groups

- no defined spaces - nowhere to sit down/rest - only big scale spaces - lack of interaction

TORNAVÄGEN

+ densifying the city, and defining different + small interventions/ types of green areas + defining different changes in some parts spaces with + break down the fencing, + introducing a human vegetation, buildings making the buildings accesscale in the in-between and structures sable space

CITY CENTRE

+ mixed use + human/mixed scale + level of detail + year round city + shifting scenery

section/diagram paving

OLE RÖMERS VÄG

CITY CENTRE

ESS OLE RÖMERS VÄG

ESS

TORNAVÄGEN


site [4]

TRANSITIONAL CONNECTIONS [POND] LEader : SUSANNA OLIVER


site [4]

DIVERCITY

[OCEAN] LEader : MARK JAY


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