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Manalo, Michael

Ramos, Cathy
Angeles, Randy

BSARCH V-1

Arch. Rey S. Gabitan
Adviser

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•Health and Safety
•Environmental Situation Improvement
•Economic asset
•Community Growth
•Topography
•Size and Shape
•Acquisition Cost and Extent of Definition
Needs
Improvement of natural resources
Accessibility
Acquisition
Land use
Integration
Preservation
Pedestrianization

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Opportunistic models
Space Standards-Quantitative Planning Model
Park System Model
Shape -Related model
Landscape –Related Models
Ecological Determinism
Protected Landscape
Biosphere Reserves

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TYPE AGES DESIRE OPTIMU POPULATI MAX. IDEAL FACILITIES OTHER
SERVE D M SIZE ON RATIO WALKING LOCATION FEATURES
D USABL DISTANC
E SIZE E

NEIGHBO 3 YRS 232-464 NONE 60-80M WITHIN THE SAME SLIDES, SWINGS, GRASS PLOTS FOR
RHOOD BELOW SQ.M BLOCK, CENTRAL SEESAWS, CLIMBING GAMES, PAVES
PLAYLOT TO RESIDENTIAL APPARATUS, TUNNELS WALKS FOR
AREA WHELLED TOYS,
BENCHES FOR
GUARDIANS
KEEPING WATCH

NEIGHBO 5-15 1-2 HAS 1-2 HAS 0.5 HAS/1000 0.8 KM SEPARATE BLOCK PARKS FOR BENCHES, MULTI-PURPOSE
RHOOD POPULATION BUT MUST NOT TABLES FOR SNACKS, HALL,
PLAYLOT REQUIRE AND GAMES, OPEN LANDSCAPPED
CHILDREN TO C SPACES FOR BUFFER STRIP.
ROSS MAJOR INFORMATL GAMES: DRINKING
STREETS OR MEET TENNIS COURTS, FOUNTAINS.
HAZARDOUS SOFTBALL FIELDS, SUFFICIENT
CONDITIONS BASKETBALL/ LIGHTING FOR
VOLLEYBALL COURTS, NIGHT TIME USE.
QUIET GAME AREA

PLAYFIEL 16-24 4-8 HAS 6-10 HAS MINIMUM OF 1-15 KM ADJOINING CHILDREN’S LANDSCAPPED
D YRS. AND 0.5 HAS/1000 RESIDENTIAL PLAYGROUND, GAMES, AREAS, PARKING
ABOVE POPULATION AREA, MAY SERVE COURTS, BALL FILEDS, LOTS, NIGHT
AS BUFFER SWIMMING POOLS, LIGHTING,
BETWEEN AREA FOR LAWN COMFORT ROOMS,
RESIDENCES AND GAMES TRACKS. SHOWER/LOCKER/D
INDUSTRY, RESSING ROOMS.
CONVENIENT TO
PUBLIC
TRANSPORTATION;
MORE EFFECTIVE

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