|- Perception on City Planning 91 kb|
|by Ustundag, Kevser & da Costa Lobo, Manuel | email@example.com |
|The following will be discussed:|
Planning through intuition, perception, and transdiciplinarity.
Planning facing through models the systemic organicity of nature.
Planning facing the complexity of human dimensions.
|PERCEPTION ON CITY PLANNING|
Perception of things and happenings evaluation of different situations.
Consciousness of problems and issues.
Actors: people, planners and governance leaders.
Decision to interview to plan and to act (implementation).
based in a disciplinary approach,
based on multidisciplinary studies,
based on interdisciplinary research,
based on a transdisciplinary attitude.
The answer through planning from zero planning to development planification and centralized power.
Planning:plan and management.
Plan: biophysical and socio-economic.
RESPECT OF NATURE and HUMAN SOLIDARITY
Planning must face the complexity of city systemic nature and get a transdiciplinary approach including:
Ecology, Sociology, Economy ,Biology,Geography, Technology.
Planning must face the complexity of human dimensions:
Feeling, Senses, Geometry, Transcendency, Culture, Rationality
Planning needs a structure of powers and agents where politicians and planners must share a strong visibility towards citizens.
preserving values, resources, heritage
developing citizens participation
keeping economic capacities
getting a social balance and cohesion
to increase functionality,
reinforcing identity and aesthetics,
building understandable cities,
maintaining recognizable cities,
Metrics and their meanings to organize evaluation, monitoring and strategies:
THE PERMANENT ORGANIC PLANING
(a planning method for humanizing cities)
Accessibility and transports: the super-footing systems and the human scale.
Planning attendance emergences and provisional shelter, planners identification with communities, a timing strategy and the legal frame.
Manuel da Costa Lobo
1st April 2007
Case Study presented on the ISOCARP Congress 2007: Urban Trialogues
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