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A configurative approach to neighborhood design and planning, promoting pedestrian mobility

An interactive computational design method for ‘polycentric distribution of built space’ according to walkability,
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Pirouz Nourian

on 12 February 2013

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Transcript of A configurative approach to neighborhood design and planning, promoting pedestrian mobility





ANALYSIS Gradient of network distances from attraction point number one, considering a flat lanscape The bluer the color the farther the distance Gradient of network distances from the same point considering a topographic
landscape. from point #1 Network distance gradient from point #2 from point #0 Vicinity Analysis Vicinity & Catchment Catchment Radii=20 Minutes walk Aggregated gradient of walkability Real-Time Analysis METHODOLOGY Feed-forward Analytic Design



AN ITERACTIVE COMPUTIONAL DESIGN METHOD



WALKABILITY, ATTRACTIONS AND TOPOGRAPHIC FEATURES



SYNTHESIS



POLYCENTRIC DISTRIBUTION OF BUILT SPACE Bibliography
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José Nuno Beirão Pattern 29:Rings of various density Pattern 28: Eccentric Nucleus Pattern 123: Pedestrian Street Alexander, C. (1977). A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction. USA: Oxford University Press. Professor and chair holder of Design Informatics
I.S.Sariyildiz@tudelft.nl PhD researcher in computational urban design
P.Nourian@tudelft.nl Computational Design
Parametric Design Piourz Nourian Sevil Sariyildiz according to for The computational design system implemented in Grasshopper® Visual Programming Interface. Network distance from an attraction point Street centerlines A typical imaginary neighborhood EAAE / ISUF International Conference: New Urban Configurations
16–19 October 2012, TU Delft, The Netherlands
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