بازدید 33 تاریخ یکشنبه 8 دی 1398
طرح شرکت ما در مسابقه بین المللی Asian Institute of Low Carbon Design 2019
.The competition addresses the problem of urban shrinkage in the Mojiko area in Kitakyushu
(Mojiko area, in the east of Kitakyushu (Japan
(NPO Asian Institute of Low Carbon Design, The University of Kitakyushu (Japan
Head of the Team: Vandad Banaei Keshtan
Members: Melika Ghorbani Sarabi,Dorsa Banaei Keshtan
Urban shrinkage refers to a concomitant process of demographic and economic decline with a structural impact on two constitutive elements of the city, the density of the population and its economic functions, thus generating considerable social effect.
shrinkage through design, such as building a visible safety net for vulnerable populations, creating place-based social networks and reconfiguring the city’s stigmatized image. Based on the effects of each, four strategies are suggested for design practitioners and policy makers to choose and adopt during the plan making processes.
To respond to the challenges of shrinking city, it is important to pay attention to the text and context of the city. Text and context of the city have already been and will be in future but some things are added to the text and some things are reduced. Therefore, this proposal uses the city context , Along with the rest, to solve these problems. Low carbon design is another of the highlights of this proposal, considering the study of climate that is capable of using renewable wind and solar energy. Co-generation plant with waste fired fuel is another proposal , along with the rest, to have low carbon city.
One of the reasons for urban shrinkage is the lack of sense of belonging to the city. It can be created according to the text and context of the city. Due to the culture and history of the people of that city as well as the creation of an appropriate and dynamic urban space with regard to the creation of a dynamic and lively environment both socially and economically, the mixing of the land uses creates a living space plus traffic calming that makes use of Walking through all urban spaces, even streets are suggested for areas with a cultural or historical context. But, for a dynamic economic space at the city level, a model is proposed with regard to the text and context of the city in such a way as to provide more space for pedestrians and bicycles in the crossings of the city as well as to provide a pedestrian-friendly business space.
So a simple solar panel building model is outlined in the design and as it can be seen, each building consists of two shops that are in the opposite design as four shops in one stall space. The building can be used for business training, services, etc., and creates a good economic opportunity in the urban space. Considering the material context of the city in the important and historical buildings and the color of the results below we came out red and orange bricks and wood material.
one of the strategies of shrinking-sensitive urban design is urban connector and One of Condon's (2010) rules on low carbon urban design is to create a continuous, interconnected system of natural areas and parks.
The most important step towards a low-carbon neighborhood in the concept of transportation is residential design in a way that locates daily amenities, services and needs within walking distance and cycling, reducing personal car dependence and Increase easy access to public transport. So we took the green path network we designed and proposed the booths in this route with a variety of applications ranging from services to commercial and pedestrian and bicycle paths and created a public transport route line. Also recommended., We used renewable energies to reduce CO2 emissions. In designing all of our urban spaces, we have suggested solar powered lights and multi-purpose lightweight buildings as suggested models across the route that are solar powered. Wind energy is also used in Mojiko, which we propose to preserve and enhance. To reduce carbon dioxide emissions from energy production, we recommend using co-generation. Given that Kitakyushu Model Waste Management At the bottom of the waste recycling pyramid, it is disposal that it be used as a Co-Generation fuel to burn and convert heat and electricity simultaneously.
To deal with city shrinkage, it is better to have an independent neighborhood Our studies show that waste is recycled in another neighborhood within walking distance of Mojiko, so our proposal location is positioned on the map within the Mojiko neighborhood which is a suitable location for waste recycling and co-generation.