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Redactioneel (Rob Dettingmeijer). Wim Denslagen: Boerenbedrog. Michel Lascaris en Hans Renes: Vluchtschansen in Midden-Limburg. Boerenschansen uit de l6de en 17de eeuw als schuilplaatsen voor de plattelandsbevolking. Radboud van Beekum: Cornelis van de Linde: Bouwer voor de Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij (NHM).

A Method for Deriving Trip Destinations and Modes for GPS-based Travel Surveys

Wendy Bohte, Kees Maat & Wilko Quak
This chapter contributes to the improvement of GPS-based travel surveying by introducing a combined method of GPS, GIS and web-based user interaction, which has been applied in large- scale fieldwork in the netherlands. With over 1000 participants, as far as we know, this is the first time that a GPS-based method that measures travel mode choice as well as the location and type of destinations that are visited has been used on such a large...

Collaborative Map Generation – Survey and Architecture Proposal

Stefan Edelkamp, Damian Sulewski, Francisco C. Pereira & Hugo Costa
In this chapter, we intend to present the map making state-of-the-art and discuss current and future prospects for the development of an automated methodology for map aggregation that takes into account the need for integration of mobility data and the social networking trend, which we believe will eventually become the main source of geographical maps. This will allow us to abstract a general architecture for a Collaborative Map Generation System and discuss in some detail...

The one- and two-dimensional isovists analyses in Space Syntax

Akkelies Van Nes
This article aims to show the spatial properties for indicating degrees of street life, safety and economical attractiveness in urban areas through analysing the one- and two-dimensional visibility analyses of the space syntax method. The space syntax method is able to calculate the spatial configuration of built environments and can be applied on a wide scale level in research on built environments - from the organisation of furniture in a room up to the metropolis,...

Mapping landscape openness with isovists

Gerd Weitkamp
People identify with landscapes and landscapes contribute to a sense of place and wellbeing. The landscape is therefore an important contributor to quality of life. New developments, such as urban and infrastructure projects and the expansion of large-scale agriculture, introduce many new elements into traditional landscapes, altering their visual appearance and perceived quality. These changes may have significant influences on people’s quality of life. In order to protect or enhance the visual landscape, changes in...

Preserving panoramic views along motorways through policy

Maarten Piek, Niels Sorel & Manon Van Middelkoop
Motorways were initially built outside cities, and intended to connect them. Nowadays they are an integrated part of the urban landscape. In the Dutch context of high-density land use with a scarcity of open spaces, the challenge of motorway design is shifting from attempts to fit the infrastructure into the landscape towards moulding spatial developments to fit the motorway. This is presenting policymakers with a challenge, as new motorways are rarely being constructed, while urbanisation...

Visions of Belle van Zuylen

Han Lörzing
This is a story about an early feminist eighteenth-century intellectual, a proposal for a mighty skyscraper on the edge of a mid-size Dutch city, a chief government architect who was trying to find arguments to save the unspoilt views of the Green Heart of Holland and a group of researchers in the Netherlands Institute for Spatial Research. Historical references, unashamedly conspicuous architecture, present-day ideas on landscape conservation and planning policy are the main ingredients of...

SPOOL, SPOOL 01/2013: landscape metropolis

advances in planning, design and characterization of metropolitan territories via landscapeThe metropolitan region is a form of urban territory in which city and landscape re-array into an urban-landscape system characterized by multiple modes of organization and dynamic socio-spatial processes. Perspectives on the operative relationship between landscape and city emerging in recent decades present new ways to understand, order and act in metropolitan territories. To what extent landscape as permanent underlying substructure, or as physical open...

Центр социальной реабилитации инвалидов по ул. Якоби в г. Иркутске

Alina Pak
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XIV Межрегиональный фестиваль «Зодчество Восточной Сибири – 2014» 25–28 июня 2014

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Деколонизация городского пространства: топонимия

Mikhail Rozhansky
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Это не мой город

Elena Bagina
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Художник в городе: Валерий Кондаков

Anna Sirina
Эта статья – о творчестве сибирского художника и писателя Валерия Кондакова, живущего на берегах Байкала. В поисках собственной идентичности он обратился к стилю неоархаики, подчеркивая важность этнокультурного наследия. И все же для художника региональная/территориальная идентичность и свобода творчества важнее, чем этничность как таковая.

Идентичность: парадигма культуры и профессиональное пространство

Olga Zheleznyak
В статье рассматривается идентичность как система само-определения в оппозиции глобальное – локальное. «Ресурс идентификации», присущий исторической среде, представляется специфической чертой и современных территориальных образований, архитектуры и предметно-пространственной среды для их отождествления с конкретным пространство-местом. Механизм культурного становления и трансляции ресурса идентичности задается через концепцию «трансмутационного контакта», отражающего суть процессов порождения и становления нового. Номадизм, будучи другим полюсом оппозиции глобальное – локальное и новой трактовкой пространства оседлости, задает иные идеалы освоенности и формы идентификации. Дискурсы самоидентификации...

«Шанхай» в центре Иркутска. Экология китайского рынка

Victor Dyatlov & Roman Kuznetsov
проект байкал, No 42 (2014): identity

Мир «Тридцатки»

Elena Ivanova
проект байкал, No 42 (2014): identity

Enhancement, Presentation and Shelter Replacement of the Archaeological Site at Akrotiri, Thera

Nikos Fintikakis & Christos Doumas
In this article Architect Nikos Fintikakis gives a detailed description of the implemented in 2012 the project of preservation of the archaeological site in Akrotiri (Greece) using a bioclimatic canopy (http://www.projectbaikal.com/index.php/pb/article/view/688/ 649). The problem of preservation of the archaeological heritage is urgent and also relevant to Irkutsk with it's Glazkovsky necropolis, a unique monument of the Neolithic (Baryshnikov V. Glazkovsky necropolis in Irkutsk: archaeological monument of world importance // Project Baikal. 2014. № 41. S....

From city’s station to station city. An integrative spatial approach to the (re)development of station areas

Ana Luísa Martins Da Conceição
Since its origin, the railway station has had a complicated relationship with the city, demanding periodical updates, particularly regarding spatial issues. With the aim of improving the liveability of station areas, current redevelopment projects are reconceptualising them as balanced transport ‘nodes’ and ‘places’ in the city. However, the proposed spatial solutions do not fully support the sought after economic, social and environmental performances. These intentions continue to be predominantly bounded with the (abstract) planological level,...

Evaluation of Plan Implementation: Peri-urban Development and the Shanghai Master Plan 1999-2020

Jinghuan He
Since the 1980s China has experienced unprecedented urbanisation as a result of a series of reforms promoting rapid economic development. Shanghai, like the other big cities along China’s coastline, has witnessed extraordinary growth in its economy and population with industrial development and rural-to-urban migration generating extensive urban expansion. Shanghai’s GDP growth rate has been over 10 per cent for more than 15 years. Its population in 2013 was estimated at 23.47 million, which is double...

Mapping flows. Switzerland as operational landscape

Marc Angélil & Cary Siress
Drawing on episodes involving the use (and abuse) of maps in Switzerland, this essay pertains to the geopolitical agency of cartography in the production of urban territory. Maps generate and maintain particular discourses about the world, whether factual or fictional, with very real repercussions either way for the territory depicted. The UN motion made by Libyan leader Muammar al-Gadaffi to wipe Switzerland off the map, for instance, discloses just how much sway the cartographic imaginary...

Planning with water and traffic networks. Carrying structures of the urban landscape

Sybrand Tjallingii
The two networks strategy is a guiding model for planning and design that takes the networks of water and traffic as carrying structures. Its origin is in the early 1990s when it resulted from research by design projects aiming at the generation of tools for making urban development and the urban landscape more ecological. Reviewing practical experiences is one reason to look again at the strategy. A second reason is to explore the possible contribution...

City pig farm. A design-based-research on urban livestock farming

Ulf Hackauf
Over the last centuries, the global food system has managed to provide a growing global population with more and better food. Yet, the system is criticised for its negative effects, like increasing food miles, monocultures, a lack of transparency and poor animal welfare. The recent trend to farm more food in an around cities (urban and peri-urban farming) seems to provide an alternative to the existing system. Urban and peri-urban agriculture (UPA) comes with many...

Representing nature. Late twentieth century green infrastructures in Paris

Rene Van Der Velde & Saskia De Wit
The appreciation of green infrastructures as ‘nature’ by urban communities presents a critical challenge for the green infrastructure concept. While many green infrastructures focus on functional considerations, their refinement as places where concepts of nature are represented and where nature can be experienced and understood, has received little attention in research and praxis. Contemporary urban societies entertain varied and distinctive ideas on nature and their relationship to it, themes explored in contemporary urban park and...

Infrastructure as landscape as architecture

Daniel Jauslin
In a critical review this chapter shows how the Yokohama Ferry Terminal by Foreign Office Architects crossed the three distinct realms of ‘infrastructure’, ‘architecture’ and ‘landscape’. This key individual project dissolved disciplinary borders between the three disciplines and achieved new methodical grounds for design. It is a precedent in a general shift in the development of the design disciplines of the built environment. The single project shows how deep conceptual shifts affect the disciplinary assumptions...

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