Franklin

System of open spaces : concrete project strategies for urban territories / Raquel Tardin.

Author/Creator:
Tardin, Raquel.
Publication:
Heidelberg : Springer, 2013.
Format/Description:
Book
xv, 216 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Open spaces.
City planning.
Regional planning.
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction
1.1.Presentation
1.2.Contribution of the Proposed Method
1.3.Case Study of Rio de Janeiro
1.4.Outline of the Proposed Method
1.4.1.Cartography and Scale of Analysis
1.4.2.Iconography
1.4.3.Literature
1.4.4.Interviews
1.5.Content of the Book
2.Conceptual Questions
2.1.Disciplinary Background
2.2.Territory, Artificialized Landscapes and Territorial Open Spaces
2.3.System of Open Spaces and Resources for Project Strategies
2.3.1.Open Spaces in a System
2.3.2.Nature as a Project Resource
2.3.3.Visual Perception as a Project Resource
2.3.4.Urban Context as a Project Resource
2.3.5.Contribution to Sustainability of the Territory
3.Characterization of the Territorial Unit
3.1.Case Study and Its Territorial Situation
3.2.Biophysical Support
3.2.1.Relief and Climate
3.2.2.Hydrography
3.2.3.Vegetation
3.3.Infrastructure and Urban Land Use
Contents note continued: 3.3.1.Infrastructure: Roadways, Urban Services and Public Transportation
3.3.2.Urban Land Use
3.4.Characteristics of the Population
4.Recognition of Open Spaces and Their Urban Context: Open Spaces to Be Analyzed and Roles that They Can Play in Structuring Urban Occupation
4.1.Stage 1: Colonization (Until 1940)
4.1.1.Planning
4.1.2.Roadway Infrastructure
4.1.3.Settlements
4.1.4.Open Spaces
4.2.Stage 2: Subtraction (1940-1970)
4.2.1.Planning
4.2.2.Roadway Infrastructure
4.2.3.Settlements
4.2.4.Open Spaces
4.3.Stage 3: Fragmentation (1970-2000)
4.3.1.Planning
4.3.2.Roadway Infrastructure
4.3.3.Settlements
4.3.4.Open Spaces
4.4.Synthesis: Open Spaces to Be Analyzed and Roles that They Can Play in Structuring Urban Occupation
5.Analysis and Evaluation of the Attributes of Open Spaces: Identifying Possible Spaces of Project Opportunity and Their Situation in the Territory
Contents note continued: 5.1.Attributes of Biophysical Support
5.1.1.Vegetation
5.1.2.Hydrology
5.1.3.Slope Gradient
5.1.4.Edaphology
5.1.5.Final Evaluation of Attributes of Biophysical Support
5.2.Attributes of Visual Perception
5.2.1.Scenic Elements
5.2.2.Areas with Visual Prominence
5.2.3.Scenic Backgrounds
5.2.4.Open Spaces of Historic and Cultural Interest
5.2.5.Final Evaluation of Attributes of Visual Perception
5.3.Accessibility
5.3.1.Accessibility via Existing and Planned Routes
5.3.2.Final Evaluation of Accessibility
5.4.Links to Planning Rules
5.4.1.Macro-Zones
5.4.2.Protected Surfaces
5.4.3.Buildable Surfaces
5.4.4.Final Evaluation of Protection Parameters
5.5.Synthesis of the Evaluation: Possible Spaces of Project Opportunity and Their Situation in the Territory
5.5.1.Anchor Spaces
5.5.2.Reference Spaces
5.5.3.Other Open Spaces
Contents note continued: 5.5.4.Situation of the Spaces of Project Opportunity in the Territory
6.Proposals of Concrete Project Strategies: Planning the System of Open Spaces and Restructuring the Urban Territory
6.1.Project Principles for Planning the System of Open Spaces
6.1.1.Functional Relationships in the System: Designation of Land Uses and Activities
6.1.2.Spatial Relationships in the System: Maintenance of Continuities
6.1.3.Synergic Relationships in the System: Interconnection of Open and Occupied Spaces
6.2.Project Actions for Planning the System of Open Spaces
6.2.1.Adding
6.2.2.Delimiting
6.2.3.Connecting
6.2.4.Adapting
6.2.5.Articulating
6.2.6.Linking
6.2.7.Observations on Project Actions
6.3.System of Open Spaces and Planning Instruments
6.3.1.Alternative Use of Planning Instruments
6.3.2.Necessary Flexibility in Planning.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
1461443512
9781461443513
OCLC:
813880709
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-1-4614-4352-0
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