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Successfully Implementing a Responsive Landscape Planning Approach Adrienne Grêt-Regamey


Planning of Landscape and

ch Abstract: A responsive landscape planning approach is characterized by feedback loops between


sensing

basis for a responsive landscape planning approach – a landscape planning approach capable to

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for Implementing a Responsive Landscape Planning Approach 3 landscape change a few years later

successfully implementing a responsive landscape planning approach. We focus on the added


challenges of

planning approach, a responsive landscape approach additionally involves a thorough understanding of


the risk

the shaping of responsive landscapes. 2 Six Key Conditions of a Responsive Landscape Planning

Conditions of a Responsive Landscape Planning Approach Condition 1: Securing Space for


Development In

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dynamic environment. A responsive landscape planning approach needs to focus on supporting the
long-

Considering that, a responsive landscape approach empowers the planners and designers to manipulate
and

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for Implementing a Responsive Landscape Planning Approach 5 Current state Smart City scenario
Local

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for Implementing a Responsive Landscape Planning Approach 7 holders expect to understand


information while

3 Discussion A responsive landscape planning approach opens new ways of collaborating across
disciplinary

when using a responsive landscape planning approach, but can be consulted to help address

successfully implement a responsive landscape

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J. (2016), Responsive Landscapes, Strategies for responsive technologies in landscape architecture.


Routledge, London

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for Implementing a Responsive Landscape Planning Approach 9 GUNDERSON, L. H. (2000),


Ecological

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Human Factors in Responsive Landscapes: Importance and Method Zihao Zhang University of
Virginia, Virginia/

developing and conceptualizing responsive landscapes. This paper identifies human factors in the
responsive landscape

factors in the responsive landscape framework and introduces game engines as a type of

human factors in responsive landscapes. Through constructing interactive representations that simulate
interactions between human

robust ideas in responsive landscapes that could better respond to unpredictable cultural practices. The

opportunities to develop responsive landscapes that are not only ecologically supported but also
experientially

experientially enhanced. Keywords: Responsive landscapes, human factors, simulation, video game 1
Introduction: A Juxtaposition

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Human Factors in Responsive Landscape: Importance and Method 11 This game is in the

systems in developing responsive landscapes (CANTRELL & HOLZMAN 2016). Video games are a

be addressed in responsive landscapes and how do they manifest? CANTRELL & HOLZMAN (

in the book Responsive Landscapes, have forecasted an emerging paradigm of “robotic ecology”,
neglected within the responsive landscape framework. However, study about human factors in
responsive landscapes

human factors in responsive landscapes remains an underexplored territory. This paper posits
“interactive

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Human Factors in Responsive Landscape: Importance and Method 13 (BALMORI 2014). The
aforementioned

Human Factors in Responsive Landscapes: People as Data, Experiences as Outputs Paradoxically,


although we

in the current responsive landscape framework. In other words, anti-anthropocentric concepts should
not

factors manifest in responsive landscapes, we need to look closely at how the responsive

at how the responsive landscape plays out in the anthroecological framework: it is a

layers of the responsive landscape. In the top layer, the anthroecosystem, cultural practices as

the goal of responsive landscapes – to co-evolve with changing environments. So, emphasizing

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the goal of responsive landscapes in the anthroecological framework should not only concern the

In this way, responsive landscapes are not only ecologically supported but also culturally enhanced.

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Human Factors in Responsive Landscape: Importance and Method 15 designers can export the games

developing and conceptualizing responsive landscapes. This paper identifies human factors in the
responsive landscape

factors in the responsive landscape framework. As input, people are data, and cultural practices

in turn developing responsive landscapes that are not only ecologically supported but also experientially

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human factors in responsive landscapes requires interdisciplinary collaborations, particularly with the
well-established discipline

J. (2016), Responsive landscapes: strategies for responsive technologies in landscape architecture.


Routledge, New

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Human Factors in Responsive Landscape: Importance and Method 17 MORTON, T. (2016), Dark

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the notion of responsive landscape. Although there is a high consensus in VAQ results

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J. (2016), Responsive landscapes: strategies for responsive technologies in landscape architecture. DE
VRIES,

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J. (2016). Responsive Landscapes, Strategies for Responsive Technologies in Landscape Architecture.


Routledge, New