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INTRODUCTION URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


PEOPLE AND CONTACTS Architectural design

Urban planning

Riccardo Balbo Si Simona Della Rocca D ll R

Alex Fubini E Emanuela Saporito l S it

Chiara Cuatto

riccardo.balbo@polito.it alex@polito.it simona.dellarocca@polito.it emanuela.saporito@polito.it

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URBAN DESIGN Urban design is  not a matter of scale Different from  architectural design Different issues Different issues,  goals, users and  perspective Different means,  tools and  representation URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


MODULE TASKS Task 1: BLURRING BOUNDARIES week 1 to week 7 40% group based with individual responsibilities

Task 2: THE REAL CITY week 8 to end of the module 60% group based with individual responsibilities URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


THE PLACE THE PLACE URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


CARMAGNOLA [Turin]

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CARMAGNOLA [Turin]

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TOOLS URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


OUTCOMES  drawn in 2D

 modelled in 3d

 published on Google Earth and Google g Maps p All the 2D cad and 3D modellers are accepted Groups with some missing material cannot access to the exam URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


design task 1

BLURRING BOUNDARIES URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


CARMAGNOLA [Turin]

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DESIGN REQUEST DESIGN REQUEST •Old city centres – for several reasons easo s – aaree de defined ed by a very ey sharp boundary, aiming to create a difference in the way people interact with the city. city This impacts at the administrative, commercial, mobility and planning level •Outside the boundary is the ordinary city, apparently with much less qualities compared to the old centre. •A A sudden variation, variation like in and out, can trigger several economic, social and urban issues URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


DESIGN REQUEST DESIGN REQUEST

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DESIGN BRIEF DESIGN BRIEF  blur the sharp boundary  develop a strategy to make the passage between old  centre and ordinary smoother centre and ordinary smoother  identify small existing sub‐areas (mainly public spaces) to  be refurbished  and devoted to collective uses  realise a detailed project (a so‐called action area plan li d il d j ( ll d i l  re‐design in detail one selected key place according  to the  g yp g strategy URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


DELIVERABLES 3 plates A1 including: • postcards • strategic masterplan strategic masterplan • action area plan • detailed design (layout, cross sections, details) • 3D views 3d model in google 3d model in google Earth Masterplan in google Maps with layered information URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


SUPPORTING MATERIALS  Plan view  3d overall model with low definition

For more support material to be downloaded visit PORTALE DELLA DIDATTICA

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step date 1

description scale

01‐Oct introduction site visit site visit

2

08‐Oct

3

15‐Oct

4

22‐Oct

4 5

29‐Oct 05‐Nov

5

12‐Nov

next week assignment

na selection of 4 places [at least] in the study area selection of 4 places [at least] in the study area

deliverables

4 postcards [slides] with one or more  4 postcards [slides] with one or more slogan to convey the analysis na concept of the strategy for the regeneration of public  1 slide place  understandin spaces system g area area  na design area selection design area selection 4 postcards [slides] with one or more 4 postcards [slides] with one or more  selection slogan to convey the analysis design area analysis –users, critical analysis with land  1 slide and building uses, type of uses, variation during the  day, features [use photographs and other means to  survey materials objects vegetation small spaces survey materials, objects, vegetation, small spaces,  oddities and so on] general  1000 masterplan of strategy 5 slides ppt presentation masterplan 1000 masterplan 100 3d model of the exsiting area [skp+kmz] 3d model of the exsiting area [skp+kmz] 100 area design concept 100 plan views and vertical sections 100 3d model of the proposal [skp+kmz] 20 details no lecture. Students develop proposals plan views and vertical sections 100 3d model of the proposal [skp+kmz] 100 details 20 masterplan 1000 4 postcards na final presentations with comments and feedback end of exercise 1

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BLURRING BOUNDARIES assignment 1 g URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2013 Riccardo Balbo


SITE VISIT PROGRAM general  Site visit starting at 12.00  Reach Carmagnola by train from Porta Nuova [30min, [30min 3 euros]  Organize in groups [3 people, people at least 2 countries]  Print a site map  Identify key places  Collect information, pictures and other important and relevant data

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SITE VISIT PROGRAM detailed  Identify key places  Make a more in depth survey of the urban belt around the old historic centre (see map)  Collect information, pictures and other important and relevant data  List the reasons of your choice  Justify your reasons in technical (appropriate) terms

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POSTCARDS: images describing the selected places [4 at least] you will work on; the images must highlight features, problems, potentials, weaknesses, resources. They can contain short sentences. Format A5

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MASTERPLAN: plan view showing the general concept of the strategy you will apply to answer to the design brief. Masterplan must include both geometries and iconic concepts overlapping each other

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TUESDAY 8TH PPT PRESENTATION  To describe the characters of the chosen area  To show the STRATEGIC MASTERPLAN and POSTCARDS, 8.30  Ppt to be submitted on the 7th by 8.00 PM

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Intro exercise 1