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ERASMUS program- Openspace design in daily practice

Fekete-fehér kép (14*13,3 cm)

Analysis of public openspaces

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

Orsolya Fekete

2016. March 03.

public openspaces Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design Orsolya Fekete 2016. March

ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

2. ANALYSIS Observation and Preception

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

SYNTHESIS & CONCLUSION Organise and summerize

DESIGN PROCCESS

Verbal research Visual research

Conflicts

Analyse

RESEARCH


1.

3.

and summerize DESIGN PROCCESS Verbal research Visual research Conflicts Analyse RESEARCH • • • • •
and summerize DESIGN PROCCESS Verbal research Visual research Conflicts Analyse RESEARCH • • • • •

ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

site map urban connections history (www.mapire.eu) environmental conditions climate water geology (http://map.mfgi.hu/)

descriptions

Verbal research

Visual research

RESEARCH



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2.

(http://map.mfgi.hu/) descriptions Verbal research Visual research RESEARCH — — — — — — — — 1.
(http://map.mfgi.hu/) descriptions Verbal research Visual research RESEARCH — — — — — — — — 1.

ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

image, the forms and forces beyond the image

understanding the

Observation and Preception

First impression Sketches –

ANALYSIS


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beyond the image understanding t h e Observation and Preception First impression Sketches – ANALYSIS •
beyond the image understanding t h e Observation and Preception First impression Sketches – ANALYSIS •
beyond the image understanding t h e Observation and Preception First impression Sketches – ANALYSIS •

ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

1. Analyse Space, spacewalls Vegetation Connections – Materials used Transitions Entrances Flows of people Users

ANALYSIS

Connections – Materials used Transitions Entrances Flows of people Users ANALYSIS • • • • •
Connections – Materials used Transitions Entrances Flows of people Users ANALYSIS • • • • •

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

1. Analyse Space, spacewalls Vegetation Connections – Materials used Transitions Entrances Flows of people Users

ANALYSIS

Do the roads and paths through the space take

Is there a good connection between the space

Do occupants of adjacent buildings use the

Can you see the space from a distance?

people where they actually want to go?

Is its interior visible from the outside?

and the adjacent buildings?

Visual an physical connections Visible Edges are also interesting

QUESTIONS

space?


convenient accessible

readable

walkable

access & linkage

continuity

connected

proximity

• • c o n v e n i e n t accessible readable walkable access
• • c o n v e n i e n t accessible readable walkable access
• • c o n v e n i e n t accessible readable walkable access

Do people have is a choice of places to sit, either

space, or prevent them from easily getting to the

Are spaces are clean and free of litter? Who is

Does the place make a good first impression?

Do vehicles dominate pedestrian use of the

Are there more women than men?

responsible for maintenance?

Are people taking pictures?

Comfort includes perceptions about safety, cleanliness, and the availability of places to sit

in the sun or shade?

QUESTIONS

space?



attractive

green

walkable

comfort & image

sittable

charming

historic

spiritual

safe

‚ g r e e n ’ walkable comfort & image s i t t a
‚ g r e e n ’ walkable comfort & image s i t t a
clean
clean

Which parts of the space are used and unused?

People of different ages are using the space?

Is there a good balance between men and

Are people using the space or is it empty?

How many different types of activities are

The space is used throughout the day?

Are there choices of things to do?

Having something to do gives people a reason to come to a place – and return

Are people in groups?

occurring?

QUESTIONS

women?



uses & activities

? • • • • • • • • uses & activities vital celebratory useful safe
? • • • • • • • • uses & activities vital celebratory useful safe
vital celebratory useful safe indigenous fun real active special
vital
celebratory
useful
safe indigenous fun
real
active
special

Do people tend to pick up litter when they see it?

Do people seem to know each other by face or

Is this a place where you would choose to meet

Does a mix of ages and ethnic groups that

generally reflect the community at large?

Sense of place, attachment to their community place that fosters these types of social activities

Are people smiling?

your friends?

by name?

QUESTIONS


sociablity

friends? by name? QUESTIONS • • • • • sociablity welcoming pride celebratory diverse fun neighborly
friends? by name? QUESTIONS • • • • • sociablity welcoming pride celebratory diverse fun neighborly
welcoming pride celebratory diverse fun neighborly interactive friendly stewardship
welcoming
pride
celebratory
diverse
fun
neighborly
interactive
friendly
stewardship

ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

SYNTHESIS & CONCLUSION

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

Synthesis is organising the conclusions of each anaylsis

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES APPEAR

CONFLICT MAP

Openspace Design Synthesis is organising the conclusions of each anaylsis ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES APPEAR CONFLICT MAP
Openspace Design Synthesis is organising the conclusions of each anaylsis ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES APPEAR CONFLICT MAP

SYNTHESIS & CONCLUSION

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

organising the conclusions of the analysis

SWOT analysis

ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS
ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

ERASMUS program- Openspace design in daily practice

Fekete-fehér kép (14*13,3 cm)

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

Faculty of Landscape architecture Dept. Of Garden and Openspace Design

Orsolya Fekete