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'''A: Landscape and Democracy - Mapping the Terrain'''
 
'''A: Landscape and Democracy - Mapping the Terrain'''
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*Landscape Democracy Resolution (Angelo.l)
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* Resolution Landscape Democracy
  
 
'''Landscape Concepts:'''  
 
'''Landscape Concepts:'''  
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* Burckhardt, Lucius (1979): Why is landscape beautiful? in: Fezer/Schmitz (Eds.) Rethinking Man-made Environments (2012) (Mulla Fouad)
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* Accompanying lecture reading: Bruns/Bartolomei, 2016 'Concepts of Landscape' (Fouad)
  
 
'''B: Concepts of Participation'''
 
'''B: Concepts of Participation'''
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*Day, Christopher (2002): Consensus Design, Architectural Press (Maliheh)
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*Burckhardt, Lucius (1957): Urban Planning and Democracy in Landcsape
  
 
'''C: Community and Identity'''
 
'''C: Community and Identity'''
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* Yinglan Reading - Hester, Randolph (2006): Design for Ecological Democracy, The MIT Press
 
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'''D: Designing'''
 
'''D: Designing'''
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*Pritzker Prize winning architect Alejandro Aravena on sustainable design and community involvement in Chile (Angelo.l)
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*Vall, N. (2013): Social engineering and participation in Anglo-Swedish housing 1945–1976: Ralph Erskine's vernacular plan, Planning Perspectives, 28(2), 223-245 (Mulla Fouad)
  
 
'''E: Communicating a Vision'''
 
'''E: Communicating a Vision'''
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* Niels De Couvreur => 'Reading the Landscape' by Simon Bell, EMU Tartu
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*Storytelling example from the Scottish Islands, Stromness: Urban Design Framework
  
 
=== Steps 3 and 4: Concepts Selection and definition ===
 
=== Steps 3 and 4: Concepts Selection and definition ===
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'''Concepts and definitions'''
 
'''Concepts and definitions'''
  
'''Author 1:'''
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'''Angelo.l :'''
* Concept 1
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* Landscape democracy
** add you definition here with 2-3 concise sentences. Do not copy paste text from others, use your own words. Make reference to resources used.
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** Landscape democracy is represented by all citizens are meant to partecipate equally
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* Participatory design
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** Include the community in the design, in the way of find the solution through the participatory design process for identify with precision the problems
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* The force of life into heart of architecture
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** Any type of construction, the use of common sense and the power of nature, through the design power synthesis, must be translated into form through the force of life
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'''Mulla:'''
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*Landscape Concepts
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**The rule of Ruins in landscape patterns and atmosphere
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*Landscape Design Concepts
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**Value that people can give to areas in their surroundings- Valiable placies
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*Participatory design
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**Social engineering and participation in Anglo-Swedish housing 1945–1976: Ralph Erskine's vernacular plan, Planning Perspectives.(2013)
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'''Niels De Couvreur:'''
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=> Communicating a Vision
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*Dissecting the landscape to individual layers and combining these; makes it possible to define the landscape characteristics.
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**The landscape is a very complex matter to understand and making a basic classification makes it understandable.
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*The human influence on the landscape is the last in the hierarchy of the landscape.
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** We as human beings are the last part of a much bigger story, however we see our position at the top. We need to find our correct place when we are at a decision-making position toward the landscape.  
  
* Concept 2
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*Landscape sketches as a basic tool
** .....
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**The landscape is one of the most complex matters and has connections to various parts of the society. To make this complex matter understandable for all parts of society is crucial to make it accessible for everybody.
  
* Concept 3
 
** ....
 
  
'''Author 2:'''
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'''Yinglan Liang:'''
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*Ecological Democracy -
*.......
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the destruction of ecology is the process of recycling,such as now human beings are destroying the environment and the problems of the environment will affect the lives of the next generation .
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*Design of city and landscape together -
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changes in the living environment must follow three basic feature .
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'''Author 3:'''
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'''Maliheh Shahghadami:'''
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*Censuses design -
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The open environment is a common property of all people, the traditional structure is inadequate and public have possibility participate in design and planning.  
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Making participatory environmental decisions will lead to more effect of environment perception and results to live in a healthy environment.  
  
'''Author 4:'''
 
*......
 
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*.......
  
 
=== Step 5: Reflection ===
 
=== Step 5: Reflection ===
*Please write, as a group, a 250 words reflection on your discourse and document it here
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By working on the topic “building landscapes”, we got in touch with a lot of different methods that can be used during landscape planning or the decision making process.
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This process is in most cases not done in an inclusive way in the current society. The decision-making happens to often in a top down structure, which is not responding to the needs of the people who are living in the landscape. For example the city center reconstruction project with large-scale redevelopment and non-participatory plan to a stockholder sharing, where the property owners are not even included in the decisionmaking
  
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This leads to landscapes where people don’t recognize their own in and this leads to a lost of connection toward the landscape. Moreoften the people are facing strong disadvantages in their own living environment, such as air-, water-, soil pollution,
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The value of the landscape to the locals disappears what is showing in a disrespect way of treating the landscape. And this landscape is created by these people their actions and perception.
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To include them in the decision-making by participation with government is key to preserve current qualities but also strengthen them.
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This will lead to inclusive landscapes where the people feel accepted and where they are aware of the value of the landscape. This awareness leads to a more respectful way of dealing with the landscape. For example the Teleki Square.
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Landscape is formed by the interaction between nature and a diversity of people, who all have their own needs. Participation and stronger connections between these people and policy makers is unavoidable in design processes with a focus on a quality landscape as end result.
  
 
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=== Step 6: Revised manifestoes ===
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Image:Yinglan_Landscape_Democracy__factors.jpg|Yinglan's updated manifesto
Image:updatedmanifesto2.jpg|xy's updated manifesto
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Image:LED_Mulla.jpg|Fouad's updated manifesto
Image:updatedmanifesto3.jpg|xy's updated manifesto
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Image:Updated manifesto NielsDeCouvreur.png|Niels' updated manifesto
Image:updatedmanifesto4.jpg|xy's updated manifesto
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Image:ANGELO.L_MANIFESTO_LED.jpg |Angelo's updated manifesto
Image:updatedmanifesto5.jpg|xy's updated manifesto
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Image:Manifesto 6.jpg|Maliheh's updated manifesto
 
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*You can read more details about this assignment [[Assignment_2:_Your_Landscape_Symbols_(2017)|here]]
 
*You can read more details about this assignment [[Assignment_2:_Your_Landscape_Symbols_(2017)|here]]
  
=== Landscape Symbols Author 1 ===
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=== Landscape Symbols Angelo.l ===
 
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Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice1|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:ENNA - SYMBOLS OF THE LANDSCAPE.jpg | this symbols represent the history of my city and the people's chronology history that conquered this place
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice2|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Torre-di-federico-enna.jpg ‎| Federico II of Svevia, king of Sicily and holy roman empire between 1200 he built the octagonal tower, geodetic reference point for the whole island (27m)
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice3|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Rocca_di_Cerere.jpg | For sicani, Enna was a military stronghold. When it was conquered by the Greeks, they built on the Rock, a great pagan temple dedicated to Ceres, the goddess of the harvest, of which today we have no remains
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice4|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Castello-di-Lombardia-Enna.jpg | Born almost three millennia ago as a refuge from invaders, allowed to Henna to be relevant at the time of the Greek colonization and strenuous resistance to the Romans,that making assigning the title of Urbs Inexpugnablis and Umbilicus Siciliae, for its geographical position.
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice5|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
 
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=== Landscape Symbols Author 2 ===
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=== Landscape Symbols of Fouad Mulla ===
 
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Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice1|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:LEd 2.jpg |Buda Hill - The Hungarian Kingdom History figure dominate the city as the highest place beside the historican value - Citadella is known now as the freedom symbol of the Hungarian beside that it was the place that protect the city in the History. represent buda City -The Liberty Statue or Freedom Statue
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice2|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Led_22.jpg |Hungarian Parliament Building - Buda side It is currently the largest building in Hungary and still the tallest building in Budapest -Gyula Andrássy sculpture: He is prime Minister of the Kingdom of Hungary and infront of his sculpture usually hungarian citizen protest against politics actions
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice3|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice4|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice5|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
 
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=== Landscape Symbols Author 3 ===
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=== Landscape Symbols of Yinglan ===
 
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Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice1|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Yinglan'sLandscapeSymbols1.jpeg|Yinglan's landscape symbols a_The Ruins of St. Paul's|The Ruins of St. Paul's - It includes what was originally St. Paul's College and the Church of St. Paul also known as "Mater Dei", a 17th-century Portuguese church dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. Today, the ruins are one of Macau's best known landmarks.
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice2|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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File:Yinglan- Golden Lotus Square.jpeg|The Lotus Square - is an open square in , Macau, China. The area features the large bronze sculpture Lotus Flower In Full Bloom .
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice3|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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File:Guia Fortress.jpg|The fortress - was built between 1622 and 1638. Inside the fortress stands Guia Chapel, originally established by Clarist nuns, who resided at the site before establishing the Convent of St. Clare. The chapel's elaborate frescoes depict representations of both western and Chinese themes, displaying motifs of religious and mythological inspiration that are a perfect example of Macao's multicultural dimension.
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice4|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice5|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
 
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=== Landscape Symbols Author 4 ===
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=== Landscape Symbols Niels De Couvreur ===
 
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Image:Landscape symbology Niels De Couvreur.jpg | Left: church in near hometown where people feel a strong connection to it. Recognition of the church tower from big distances, 51.204600, 3.517315
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice2|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Landscape symbology Niels De Couvreur.jpg| Right under: old bridge on rail track Bruges-Eeklo, 51.203997, 3.515540
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice3|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Landscape symbology Niels De Couvreur.jpg | Right up: Townhall of Maldegem, Symbol of the hometown, strong pride of origin, 51.208997, 3.445394
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice4|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice5|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
 
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=== Landscape Symbols Author 5 ===
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=== Landscape Symbols Maliheh Shhaghadami ===
 
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Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice1|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Burgplatz.jpg|Burgplatz in Dusseldorf is located on the site of the old castle in Dusseldorf which was built in 13th century at Rheine river. The castle had attracted so many attentions as a painting gallery an later became parliament of Rheinland in Germany. After several fires only the castle tower was preserved. At the Burgplatz the northern Düssel flows into the Rhine, where the banks can be reached by a free-standing staircase. Especially this staircase is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists in summer as public space.
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice2|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
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Image:Koigsallee.jpg|Konigsallee is an urban boulevard in city center of Düsseldorf,Germany. By the end of the 18th century,the duke decided to give room for a more generous urban plan, This plan was made by architects and landscape architects. Later on 2014 the boulevard have been developed as the office and retail center.
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice3|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice4|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
Image:symbol_yourname_photovoice5|add a caption (one paragraph max) description of the symbolism, interpretation, as well as geo-location
 
 
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== Assignment 3 - Role Play on Landscape Democracy "movers and shakers" ==
 
*You can read more details about this assignment [[Assignment_3:_Role_Play_on_Landscape_Democracy_"movers_and_shakers"_(2017)|here]]
 
  
 
== Assignment 4 - Your Landscape Democracy Challenge ==
 
== Assignment 4 - Your Landscape Democracy Challenge ==
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*Each group member will specify a landscape democracy challenge in his/her environment
 
*Each group member will specify a landscape democracy challenge in his/her environment
  
=== Landscape Democracy Challenge 1 ===
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=== Landscape Democracy Niels De Couvreur ===
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<gallery caption="Ribbon development" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
Image:yourname_challenge_1.jpg|caption: why did you select this case?
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Image:Ribbondevelopmentwww vilt be.jpg|caption: Ribbon development caused by people and government, create problems for both parties. By working on this matter in Belgium and in The Netherland, I realize that this is a big issue.
Image:yourname_challenge_2.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (1)
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Image:Totalpavementww stadskrant net.jpg|caption: The waterdrainage provided by the government is calculated on the water discharge of the street with extra buffer runoff of private property. However people getting more lazy and don't like spending time gardening. So they put big surfaces of pavement in their garden. Result: increase of water runoff to the drainage system.
Image:yourname_challenge_3.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (2)
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Image:Floodingwww hoveniersbedrijfmariekedaalder nl.jpg|caption: The drainage system can't handle the increased water pressure with flooding as a result.
Image:yourname_challenge_4.jpg|caption: who are the actors?
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Image:Working.JPG|caption: people vs. Government: People complain about the flooding, so the government is investing in new and better drainage systems. The ribbon development makes this really expensive, with the result that people have to pay more taxes. Result People complain more...
 
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'''Your references:'''
 
'''Your references:'''
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* www.stadskrant.net
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* www.vilt.be
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* www.hoveniersbedrijfmariekedaalder.nl
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* http://www.balen.be
  
=== Landscape Democracy Challenge 2 ===
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=== Landscape Democracy Mulla Fouad ===
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<gallery caption="Teleki Square -Community Park" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
Image:yourname_challenge_1.jpg|caption: why did you select this case?
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Image:Teleki.jpg|caption: Teleki Square is one of Budapest’s urban center’s oldest and storied squares, located in one of the city’s most profoundly disadvantaged neighborhoods. The aim of the inclusive community-based planning process was to help residents living nearby to take part in developing the design of their own Community Park in the place of a barren, ill-reputed, crime-ridden and functionless space.
Image:yourname_challenge_2.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (1)
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Image:A16 community-planning-indoor.jpg|caption:THe chalange is envolving locals in the design process , the realization of the multifunctional community stage project,helping the social aspects of the rehabilitation ,helping the creation of an open and a culturally richer and socially embedded environment to arise.
Image:yourname_challenge_3.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (2)
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Image:Ghetto.png|caption: Teleki Square is located in Budapest’s centre’s socially most diverse and colorful areas, in one of the city’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods
Image:yourname_challenge_4.jpg|caption: who are the actors?
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Image:A14 plans.jpg|caption:The community-based reinvention of Teleki Square aims to show that interventions which promote cooperation, interaction and participation, – through which strong local community identity can be developed -, play an increasingly important role in societies of today, taking active part in creating lively, livable cities.
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Image:Teleki.jpg |caption:In case of the Teleki Square Community Park the inclusive planning process was essential in creating an inclusive design. Its’ future now is imagined as one which is full of life and frames different activities that will encourage people to interact.
 
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'''Your references:'''
 
'''Your references:'''
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* https://www.landezine.com/index.php/2015/03/teleki-square-by-ujirany-landscape-architect/
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* https://www.ujirany.com/project/teleki-square-community-park
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* https://citiesintransition.eu/place/teleki-square
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* http://worldlandscapearchitect.com/22168-2/
  
=== Landscape Democracy Challenge 3 ===
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=== Landscape Democracy Challenge -Yinglan ===
<gallery caption="Give a title to your challenge" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
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<gallery caption="Redtory-canning factory transformation" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
Image:yourname_challenge_1.jpg|caption: why did you select this case?
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Image:Landscape challeng1.jpg|With the development of economy in China, more and more factories are moving out of the city center. However, most of the cities in China are based on industry, so now many factories in our city are abandoned.This abandoned factories will bring serious environmental problems.
Image:yourname_challenge_2.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (1)
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Image:Landscape_challeng2.jpg|caption: because the Redtory is the centren of Guangzhou .There are sounding by river and housing. But the factories was abandoned for a long time and lack of mananagement ,so that was grow a lot of weeds and most people put some construction waste in here . It produce a huge smell and mosquitoes.This situation affects the normal life of nearby residents .
 
Image:yourname_challenge_3.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (2)
 
Image:yourname_challenge_3.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (2)
Image:yourname_challenge_4.jpg|caption: who are the actors?
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Image:Redtory_Art_&_Design_Factory_4.jpg|caption: who are the actors?
 
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</gallery>
 
'''Your references:'''
 
'''Your references:'''
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*http://www.redtory.com.cn/
 
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*...
  
=== Landscape Democracy Challenge 4 ===
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=== Landscape Democracy Challenge - Angelo.l ===
<gallery caption="Give a title to your challenge" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
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<gallery caption="MODERNIZING THE LANDSCAPE, TO MEET THE MAN" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
Image:yourname_challenge_1.jpg|caption: why did you select this case?
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Image:Enna_copia_copia.jpg|caption: This is the plan of Enna: the city is formed by Enna alta (historic city) and Enna bassa, but there aren't  good connections that join them (especially pedestrian)
Image:yourname_challenge_2.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (1)
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Image:Senza_titolo-1.jpg|1) caption: Bad road management has led to connections that are no longer usable due to their collapse
Image:yourname_challenge_3.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (2)
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Image:PANORAMICA.jpg|2) caption: Bridge built at the time of the Roman Empire, collapsed 5 years ago and still in those conditions
Image:yourname_challenge_4.jpg|caption: who are the actors?
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Image:yourname_challenge_4.jpg| My challenge is the reorganization of the road and the repair of collapsed roads or in bad conditions. The actors of this renewal are young architects  in collaboration with representatives specializing in different sectors. An active design for the creation of paths, to decrease the density of some areas favoring public spaces.
 
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</gallery>
'''Your references:'''
 
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*...
 
 
  
=== Landscape Democracy Challenge 5 ===
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=== Landscape Democracy Challenge - Maliheh ===
<gallery caption="Give a title to your challenge" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
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<gallery caption="Renovation and reconstruction" widths="150px" heights="150px" perrow="5">
Image:yourname_challenge_1.jpg|caption: why did you select this case?
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Image:Renovation and reconstruction.jpg| The most critical issue in Mashhad is the reconstruction of the old texture in city center.The highest cultural potential of the country is in Samen district, in contrast there is not well planed land use for this region, as it's obvious in the confirmed plan percentage of green and open spaces has not changed, even less by adding high rise buildings and residential areas to this district.
Image:yourname_challenge_2.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (1)
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Image:Renovation and reconstruction 2.jpg|1) caption: There is management problem with confirming the plan and also reconstruction. One of the problems was evicting old residences and buying lands from them with very low cost.
Image:yourname_challenge_3.jpg|caption: what is the issue/conflict (2)
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Image:Renovation and reconstruction 3.jpg|2) caption: Free open and green spaces that need to be developed in this area. In this context, the council, has the opportunity to develop more green spaces in this area, which will be happening by communication of authorities and government.
Image:yourname_challenge_4.jpg|caption: who are the actors?
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Image:Renovaton and reconstruction 4.jpg| The city center reconstruction project has undergone a change from a large-scale redevelopment and non-participatory plan to a stockholder sharing and market oriented commercial one. These transitional plans reveal a non-participatory approach to the city center reconstruction. For instance, property owners in the area have been ignored during this process. If this trend continues, the chances of implementing the plan in the long run would be limited
 
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'''Your references:'''
 
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== Assignment 5 - Your Democratic Change Process ==
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=== Assignment 5 - Your Democratic Change Process ===
 
*You can read more details about this assignment [[Assignment_5:_Your_Democratic_Change_Process_(2017)|here]]
 
*You can read more details about this assignment [[Assignment_5:_Your_Democratic_Change_Process_(2017)|here]]
 
*After documenting and reflecting on your challenges you will continue jointly with one of these challenges and design a democratic change process
 
*After documenting and reflecting on your challenges you will continue jointly with one of these challenges and design a democratic change process
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=== Your  Democratic Change Process ===
 
=== Your  Democratic Change Process ===
  
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<gallery caption="Regenerate the factory " widths="600px" heights="300px" perrow="1">
Image:yourgroupname_2017_powermap.jpg|''a power map identifying who is affected by the challenge and who is influencing it''
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Image:Group10_powermap.jpg|''a power map identifying who is affected by the challenge and who is influencing it''
Image:yourgroupname_2017_change process (1).jpg|''Look at the various methods and tools available and think how they can be applied creatively. Think about the needs of different stakeholder groups - you may need a methodical mix to address them all. Illustrate graphically how these methods/tools might be applied in a short, medium and long-term perspective.''
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Image:LED_Assignment_5_Template.pptx.jpg|''Look at the various methods and tools available and think how they can be applied creatively. Think about the needs of different stakeholder groups - you may need a methodical mix to address them all. Illustrate graphically how these methods/tools might be applied in a short, medium and long-term perspective.''
Image:yourgroupname_2017_scenario.jpg|''a scenario illustrating how these tools can be applied within a short, medium and long term perspective involving the groups you want to address, this should include a process timeline''
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Image:Group10_change_process.jpg|''a scenario illustrating how these tools can be applied within a short, medium and long term perspective involving the groups you want to address, this should include a process timeline''
 
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=== Reflection ===
 
=== Reflection ===
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Our project-Redfactory is located in Guangzhou,China and it is in the center of the city.Now this area was empty.Because in there all factory was moved out.At before this area can bring a lot of benefits to the local,like High employment rate,Immigration,Economic welfare,but this area become very dirty.Now this area was lack of management and most people like put some contraction waste in here.This factory surrounded by residential area .So this place will influence people Living .
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With our approach on this case study, the focus was laying on shifting the power influence from a Top to Bottom system to a Bottom-up system. By this we want to create a participation that happens equally. However here we still have an unresolved aspect, concerning the control to know if the participation is indeed happening equally.By using methods such as “Feeling mapping”, we try to uncover the communities needs.Knowing the needs of people by listening and including the community during the design process, creates the possibility to find a sustainable solution for the terrain.By this re-use of the terrain we prevent that the Industrial heritage Guangzhou is lost and the local living conditions are improved.
  
 
=== Your references ===
 
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*http://www.redtory.com.cn/
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*http://www.gzlpc.gov.cn/gtzyghj/webpage/ywzx/view_replay.jsp?xin_id=1475758675383
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*http://www.metropoleruhr.de
 
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Dear working group members. This is your group page and you will be completing the template gradually as we move through the seminar. Good luck and enjoy your collaboration!

Assignment 1 - Reading and Synthesizing Core Terminology

  • You can read more details about this assignment here
  • Readings are accessible via the resources page

Step 1: Your Landscape Democracy Manifestoes

Step 2: Define your readings

  • Please add your readings selection for the terminology exercise before April 12:

A: Landscape and Democracy - Mapping the Terrain

  • Landscape Democracy Resolution (Angelo.l)
  • Resolution Landscape Democracy

Landscape Concepts:

  • Burckhardt, Lucius (1979): Why is landscape beautiful? in: Fezer/Schmitz (Eds.) Rethinking Man-made Environments (2012) (Mulla Fouad)
  • Accompanying lecture reading: Bruns/Bartolomei, 2016 'Concepts of Landscape' (Fouad)

B: Concepts of Participation

  • Day, Christopher (2002): Consensus Design, Architectural Press (Maliheh)
  • Burckhardt, Lucius (1957): Urban Planning and Democracy in Landcsape

C: Community and Identity

  • Yinglan Reading - Hester, Randolph (2006): Design for Ecological Democracy, The MIT Press

D: Designing

  • Pritzker Prize winning architect Alejandro Aravena on sustainable design and community involvement in Chile (Angelo.l)
  • Vall, N. (2013): Social engineering and participation in Anglo-Swedish housing 1945–1976: Ralph Erskine's vernacular plan, Planning Perspectives, 28(2), 223-245 (Mulla Fouad)

E: Communicating a Vision

  • Niels De Couvreur => 'Reading the Landscape' by Simon Bell, EMU Tartu
  • Storytelling example from the Scottish Islands, Stromness: Urban Design Framework

Steps 3 and 4: Concepts Selection and definition

  • Each group member selects three relevant concepts derived from his/her readings and synthesize them/publish them on the wiki by April 30, 2017
  • Group members reflect within their groups and define their chosen concepts into a shared definition to be posted on the wiki by May 10, 2017.
  • Other group members will be able to comment on the definitions until May 20, 2017

Concepts and definitions

Angelo.l :

  • Landscape democracy
    • Landscape democracy is represented by all citizens are meant to partecipate equally
  • Participatory design
    • Include the community in the design, in the way of find the solution through the participatory design process for identify with precision the problems
  • The force of life into heart of architecture
    • Any type of construction, the use of common sense and the power of nature, through the design power synthesis, must be translated into form through the force of life

Mulla:

  • Landscape Concepts
    • The rule of Ruins in landscape patterns and atmosphere
  • Landscape Design Concepts
    • Value that people can give to areas in their surroundings- Valiable placies
  • Participatory design
    • Social engineering and participation in Anglo-Swedish housing 1945–1976: Ralph Erskine's vernacular plan, Planning Perspectives.(2013)


Niels De Couvreur: => Communicating a Vision

  • Dissecting the landscape to individual layers and combining these; makes it possible to define the landscape characteristics.
    • The landscape is a very complex matter to understand and making a basic classification makes it understandable.
  • The human influence on the landscape is the last in the hierarchy of the landscape.
    • We as human beings are the last part of a much bigger story, however we see our position at the top. We need to find our correct place when we are at a decision-making position toward the landscape.
  • Landscape sketches as a basic tool
    • The landscape is one of the most complex matters and has connections to various parts of the society. To make this complex matter understandable for all parts of society is crucial to make it accessible for everybody.


Yinglan Liang:

  • Ecological Democracy -

the destruction of ecology is the process of recycling,such as now human beings are destroying the environment and the problems of the environment will affect the lives of the next generation .

  • Design of city and landscape together -

changes in the living environment must follow three basic feature .


Maliheh Shahghadami:

  • Censuses design -

The open environment is a common property of all people, the traditional structure is inadequate and public have possibility participate in design and planning. Making participatory environmental decisions will lead to more effect of environment perception and results to live in a healthy environment.

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Step 5: Reflection

By working on the topic “building landscapes”, we got in touch with a lot of different methods that can be used during landscape planning or the decision making process. This process is in most cases not done in an inclusive way in the current society. The decision-making happens to often in a top down structure, which is not responding to the needs of the people who are living in the landscape. For example the city center reconstruction project with large-scale redevelopment and non-participatory plan to a stockholder sharing, where the property owners are not even included in the decisionmaking

This leads to landscapes where people don’t recognize their own in and this leads to a lost of connection toward the landscape. Moreoften the people are facing strong disadvantages in their own living environment, such as air-, water-, soil pollution, The value of the landscape to the locals disappears what is showing in a disrespect way of treating the landscape. And this landscape is created by these people their actions and perception. To include them in the decision-making by participation with government is key to preserve current qualities but also strengthen them. This will lead to inclusive landscapes where the people feel accepted and where they are aware of the value of the landscape. This awareness leads to a more respectful way of dealing with the landscape. For example the Teleki Square.

Landscape is formed by the interaction between nature and a diversity of people, who all have their own needs. Participation and stronger connections between these people and policy makers is unavoidable in design processes with a focus on a quality landscape as end result.

Step 6: Revised manifestoes

  • please look again at your initial manifestoes and update them with any new aspects/prespectives you have taken up during this seminar

Assignment 2 - Your Landscape Symbols

  • You can read more details about this assignment here

Landscape Symbols Angelo.l

Landscape Symbols of Fouad Mulla

Landscape Symbols of Yinglan

Landscape Symbols Niels De Couvreur

Landscape Symbols Maliheh Shhaghadami

Assignment 4 - Your Landscape Democracy Challenge

  • You can read more details about this assignment here
  • Each group member will specify a landscape democracy challenge in his/her environment

Landscape Democracy Niels De Couvreur

Your references:

Landscape Democracy Mulla Fouad

Your references:

Landscape Democracy Challenge -Yinglan

Your references:

Landscape Democracy Challenge - Angelo.l

Landscape Democracy Challenge - Maliheh

Assignment 5 - Your Democratic Change Process

  • You can read more details about this assignment here
  • After documenting and reflecting on your challenges you will continue jointly with one of these challenges and design a democratic change process

Your Democratic Change Process

Reflection

Our project-Redfactory is located in Guangzhou,China and it is in the center of the city.Now this area was empty.Because in there all factory was moved out.At before this area can bring a lot of benefits to the local,like High employment rate,Immigration,Economic welfare,but this area become very dirty.Now this area was lack of management and most people like put some contraction waste in here.This factory surrounded by residential area .So this place will influence people Living . With our approach on this case study, the focus was laying on shifting the power influence from a Top to Bottom system to a Bottom-up system. By this we want to create a participation that happens equally. However here we still have an unresolved aspect, concerning the control to know if the participation is indeed happening equally.By using methods such as “Feeling mapping”, we try to uncover the communities needs.Knowing the needs of people by listening and including the community during the design process, creates the possibility to find a sustainable solution for the terrain.By this re-use of the terrain we prevent that the Industrial heritage Guangzhou is lost and the local living conditions are improved.

Your references