Historical network research

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Historical network research

  1. 1. SPATIAL STREET NETWORK AND URBAN TRACES AROUND THE MODERNIST BOULEVARD IN BUCHAREST Maria BOSTENARU DAN
  2. 2. Determining the study area Marcel Janco buildings in the centre of Bucharest and other landmarks
  3. 3. Height of buildings in the study area
  4. 4. Apartments
  5. 5. Street network in the study area
  6. 6. Urban blocks – and the remaining streets
  7. 7. Buildings in the urban blocks
  8. 8. Street Syntax analysis
  9. 9. Analysis result – the graph
  10. 10. Connections
  11. 11. Streets and buildings
  12. 12. 3D model of buildings
  13. 13. 3D datascape in Google Earth - height
  14. 14. 3D datascape on Google Earth – number of apartments in residential buildings
  15. 15. Datascape – just the centroids
  16. 16. E-card.ro http://www.e-cart.ro/asociatia/ro/noutati/Traseu_urban_M.Iancu.pdf Marcel Janco urban trace with sketches of the buildings
  17. 17. Urban trace in Como – one of the European studies of similar typology
  18. 18. Landscape revival towards the integration of the Magheru-Balcescu boulevards in the N-S green axis of Bucharest - ALTERNATIVE MAGHERU http://www.le-notre.org/ Alternative Magheru – USAMV
  19. 19. Urban trace of cultural buildings highlighted in the CityEngine model on Google Earth
  20. 20. http://arhitectura-1906.ro/2012/07/marcel-iancu-si-alfabetul-sau-formal-un- exercitiu-didactic-in-derulare-i/ Revista Arhitectura Marcel Janco morphogenesis exercise
  21. 21. Our morphogenesis exercise – space feelings
  22. 22. Morphogenesis goal – landmarks in Lisbon
  23. 23. Mondrian painting here http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/lozenge-composition-with- red-gray-blue-yellow-and-black-1925 Our morphogenesis of De Stijl Modernist buildings Piet Mondrian (1925): Lozenge composition with red, gray, blue, yellow and black
  24. 24. http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/414/flashcards/785414/png/pict ure11335648010472.png Peter Eisenman – Morphogenesis method
  25. 25. Giuliani Frigerio house, Como, arch. Giuseppe Terragni, 1940s – same procedure before Eisenman
  26. 26. Constructive logics and 3D printing in models
  27. 27. Kevin Lynch analysis Urban analysis based on identifying landmarks
  28. 28. Zoom between different urban levels as alternative to GIS layers – same scale for different levels of detail
  29. 29. Among public and private buildings in Nolli‘s plan
  30. 30. Digital Nolli plan http://nolli.uoregon.edu/
  31. 31. http://www.grids-blog.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Sitte- piazzas.jpg Camillo Sitte – Nolli type analysis
  32. 32. Coltea area, from the GIS From 3D photography to 2D sketch, similarly to the azulejos – starting point of morphogenesis, as it expressed different space feelings
  33. 33. Identifying current landmarks on a historic plan of the city – the use of streets
  34. 34. Urban trace as guided tour – former landmakrs on current plan
  35. 35. Agent based modelling of the built substance consisting of common buildings Patrick Schumacher Parametricism
  36. 36. 3D modelling through urban fractals http://myriammahiques.blogspot.ro/2010/02/introducing-arch-cosmins- work-on-urban.html Chirvasie‘s work
  37. 37. Thank you!

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