5.3.1 Neighbourhood and public space design: Analysis

Course subject(s) 5. The Neighbourhood

In the video below urban and social designer Oukje van Merle presents multiple urban analysis methods on the scale level of the neighborhood and its public spaces. These are illustrated using the case study of Schiemond in Rotterdam. She focuses on the potential of urban design processes to foster connectivity for urban areas with a high level of residential diversity, and with special attention to:

    • Identification
    • Enclaves
    • Routes and routines
    • Sense of place

The analysis methods that Oukje mentions include making use of data, mental mapping, observations and metaphors.

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