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MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND USES

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The analysis deals with the following topics: Infrastructure-told within its flows. Spot-The territory through its economic output. By this way we differentiate between areas of high economic production that differ with areas of low production witch we have seen it seems the same as some environments that have in it a radical economic change. In most cases these infrastructures and economic production elements very low had ritched to be limits between the city and the different predominating uses.

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FLOW MOVEMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE + ECONOMIC OUTPUT PER SURFACE AREA = ECONOMIC SECTIONS WITH INFRASTRUCTURES DIVISIONS

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FLOW THIKNESS
ROAD STRUCTURE
A4

TRAFFIC CONGESTIONS
A12

MORNING 08.00

LUNCH TIME 13.00

AFTERNOON 18.00

NIGHT 21.00

TRAINS FLOW BOATS FLOW ROADS FLOW

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DAY TRAFIC MERGE

INTERSTICIAL DRAIN
-We have been working by giving them a way to stich between the different parts, whether industrial or agricultural. - Reuse roads with low flow to generate more tourism or agricultural activities. -Reconnect the urban and rural areas taking advantage of Green zones witch are around infrastructure. - Dispelling saturated industrial nodes to win prominence in agricultural environments that had been forgotten. MOST IMPORTANT MEETING POINTS WITCH TOOK PLACE ON THEANALYSI 1 - Areas of economic output limits are articulated as limits 2 - industrial areas and business parks in lower economic output . 3 - Infrastructure as separation or boundary between strong economic contrasts. VARIABLES 1.economic production of surface area 2.economic production of surface area 3.economic output per surface area + movement of infrastructure

ECONOMIC PRODUCTION
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unbalance the economy and the flows through: 1-intensifing all industrial production at higth performance / / bust the industry -> witch will increased flows -> reactivation surrounding areas -> green areas that are adjacent to current industry will become industrial landfills. 2 - areas converted to intensive agriculture industrial-> flows will decrease and the economy, part of the infrastructure will be unused. To produce an economy equal to the industry should multiply by 6 the current surface of the Agriculture -> Agricultural production plants 6 heights? Will produce new agricultural landscape! 3 - tolls on hight used infrastructure (if economic variable introduced in the flow) -> unuse of these pathways with the direct consequence of the use of secondary (linked to green spaces and zero production) -> these pathways become obsolete? Does it become the new economic gaps? We will produce cross relationships between the hight producing gaps and zero production ones? 4 - set nodes where there is no flow -? 5 - put all the intensive farming -> redirection of flows sometimes leading to overwork infrastructure. 6 – huge economic endowents and recreational green ring. -> increased flow at certain spots of the boundaries surrounding green cities. -> Reactivation surrounding areas.

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”INFRASTRUCTURE AS LANDSCAPE,LANDSCAPE AS INFRASTRUCTURE”

ELENA FARINI + ANTONIA FERNANDEZ NIETO + GEMMA PERIBANEZ

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INFRAESTRUCTURE

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E25/A20

LAKES
FOPPENPLAS

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ROADS TRAINS FLUVIALS TRAIN STATIONS

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MAASSLUIS SURFPLAS

ECONOMIC
INDUSTRY NATURAL POBLATION

HOEK VAN HOLLAND STRAND

MONUTA TEBBENHOFF NIEUWLANDSEPARK HOEK VAN HOLLAND HAVEN DE LICKEBAERT

HEMPARK

USES
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SPORT NAUTIC

VLAARDINGEN CENTRUM

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A13 AREA: 216 HA 5,4 KM POBLATION 8,0 KM AGRICULTURE AREA: 576 HA 2.8 KM POBLATION 3.4 KM INDUSTRY 22 KM AGRICULTURE

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GREEN AREA WILD BEACH

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WIJKPARK

FUTURA A4
KETHEL PRINSES BEATRIXPARK

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SCHIIEBROEKSEPARK WILGENPLASPARK ARGONAUTENPARK PLASWIJCKPARK BERGSE ACHTERPLAS ROTTERDAM NOORD

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ROTTEMEREN

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ROTTEMEREN

ENDRAGTSPOLDER SCHIIEBROEKSEPARK HET LAGE BERGSCHE BOS ARGONAUTENPARK PLASWIJCKPARK BERG EN BROEKPARK BERGSE ACHTERPLAS /VOORPLAS PRINSENMOLENPARK KRALINGSE BOS KRALINGSE PLAS ZEVENHUIZERPLAS WOLLEFOPPENPARK A20/E25

BERG EN BROEKPARK

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SCHIEDAM NIEUWLAND ORANGEPARK VOLKSPARK VLAARDINGENOEST VLAARDINGEN CENTRUM

PARK MELANCHTONPARK ZESTIENHOVEN

WIJKTUIN

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ROTTERDAM CENTRAAL VROESENPARK

AREA: 440 HA 16 KM POBLATION 1,6 KM AGRICULTURE

2.5 KM INDUSTRY E25/A20

AREA: 158 HA 4,9 KM POBLATION 3,15 KM AGRICULTURE 2,2 KM INDUSTRY

AREA: 658HA 14 KM POBLATION 8000KM AGRICULTURE 7,3 KM INDUSTRY

AREA: 823HA 27,2 KM POBLATION 12,1 KM AGRICULTURE

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CAPELLE SCHOLLEVAAR ROTTERDAM ALEXANDER

NIEUWEKERK A/D IJSSEL

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A16/E19 E25/A20 A4
ROTTERDAM STADION OUDELANDSEPARK ZWANENEILAND BARENDRECHT PARK MOLENVLIET BERNISTE PUT VAN HEENVLIET BRIELSE MEER OOSTVOOMSE MEER

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BRIELSE MEER OOSTVOOMSE MEER

VOLKSPARK

NORTH SEA

BREEDEWATER

RUIGEPLAATBOS OEDEVLIETSEPARK

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PARK HARTE VOGELENZANG PARK

MIDDENWETERINGPARK

ZWANENEILAND ZWANENMEER

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KLEIN PROFIJT DE JOHANNAPOLDER

QUACKJESWATER

KRIMPENHERHOUT WETERINGBOS

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A16/E19 AREA:871HA 21 KM POBLATION 14,5 KM AGRICULTURE

A29 DE VEERPLAAT AREA: 1428 HA 15,7 KM 58,5 KM AGRICULTURE 10,8 KM INDUSTRY AREA: 1413 HA 8,15 KM POBLATION 25,8 KM AGRICULTURE 30,6 KM INDUSTRY AREA: 922 HA 8,6 KM POBLATION 27,5 KM AGRICULTURE

STRATEGY SCHEMES A
The A strategy is based on creating intensive agricultural production in all areas of zero output chosen to vary both the direction of the flow, as the amount of finance led to that area, to see how far he can rotterdam even change if the same power.

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NEW HIGH PRODUCTION FARMLAND B

NEW REARRANGEMENT OF HOUSING AREA IN TOWER TYPOLOGY C

The B strategy, think in terms of population density has rotterdam and, as in zero environments economy, housing could create elements in height, to densify it promptly, and thus, change the concept of raised low density housing, and thus in the future leave the possibility of releasing the current living spaces.

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NEW HIGH PRODUCTION INDUSTRIAL SPACES D

The C Strategy, has been designed based on pre-existing industry already had, which was irregular production. Introducing intense production industry in those spaces with high relation thereto, so that vary from the main variables such as flow and economy to rotterdam facade itself, creating an element in its most industrial.

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REACTIVATION OF UNUSED INDUSTRIAL AREAS THROUGH NATURE AND AGRICULTURE

The strategy D, is different from the rest, since in this case we do not tighten any variable, but, reaprovechamos an existing industry that are all those obsolete, giving the average user, a scenario in which you can create from trade to parks or recreation, to free choice of the population of rotterdam that will transform your taste.

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POBLATION INDUSTRY ROADS FLOW AGRICULTURE FLUVIAL FLOW TRAINS FLOW

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DISTANCE SCHEME: PROPOSAL SCHEME: This infrastructure is a limit and we want to break it, but above all, we want to weave with adjacent. Our proposal aims to create a series of actions, a number of provisions, a number of spaces, and join them by railway and a highway underground, to hide the traffic cars and motorcycles, in turn also attach a set of rails bike. This green line is physically contained in 1,600 m, and in this corridor, in the middle there is a green band, which is going to act in large part, to the sides of this line are two small channels, which are to generate a series of allocations for the generation of different water sports activities such as canoeing and kayaking. They also say that the width of this corridor is between 144 m wide.

CONCEPT SCHEME: What we propose in this proposal is to link two cities, the city of Rotterdam, city to study, and the town of Delft, we seem to have generated a great opportunity with this green line, and so we act on this site, would generate one green envelopes in this corridor. Importantly, these two locations fail to touch and this is due to agriculture, so we aim to unite these two locations with a green corridor, and unite the towns to agriculture.

ROAD SCHEME: Studying the economic composition of Rotterdam we have realized that there is an economic vacuum long wingspan, is the A4, a planned road, now is a green corridor is a road that is cut and leave this space. It's really an infrastructure, but unoccupied. And linking the cities of Rotterdam and Delft.

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ELENA FARINI + ANTONIA FERNANDEZ NIETO + GEMMA PERIBANEZ

”INFRASTRUCTURE AS LANDSCAPE,LANDSCAPE AS INFRASTRUCTURE”

PABLO APARICIO JAIME MONGE JUANJO AIZCORBE BORJA FERNANDEZ

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