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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #41 Posted: 18-Oct-2011 at 09:10
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http://www.svetbiljaka.com/Forums/viewtopic/p=308147.html

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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #43 Posted: 23-Nov-2011 at 02:02
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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #44 Posted: 11-Jan-2012 at 01:35
прво до негде разбирливо



потоа и заминато http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GBrJiSMFu0&t=7m55s



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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #46 Posted: 14-Jan-2012 at 20:40
“Here are a few opportunities in green architecture that we think are exciting for incorporating biomimicry:

1) Ecological Performance Standards (EPS). What if a community provided the same ecosystem services as the native habitat? We can study the native habitat, determine some standards that we want to meet, standards like the amount of carbon sequestered, the amount of sunlight reflected, the amount of water captured from rain. Then we can study the local organisms to learn how they have adapted and how they contribute to the ecosystem services. With that knowledge, we can design our buildings, landscapes, and hardscapes to do their share. This type of thinking is just unfolding now, and examples of implementation should be readily available in the next few years.

2) Novel materials like Calera cement or PureBond are revolutionizing how materials are made (process). These products have shown they can be sustainably produced and lower CO2 or toxic emissions common in buildings. Some of these materials are already on the market, like PureBond or Lotus technology for windows, but they typically take anywhere from 5-20 years to bring to market. But when they do hit, they make a big impact. Keep your eyes peeled for new types of adhesives, and “tough” materials that use local processing in the next few years.

3) I’m also looking forward to a time when buildings harvest their energy from the sun or wind. With the innovations taking place thanks to looking to nature for inspiration, we’re getting more efficient and easier to solar cells and wind turbines that don’t require high, steady winds.
There, I limited myself to three of the most promising innovations. There are a lot still that nature can teach us and more and more people are doing what we call “quieting our cleverness” and taking the time to observe and learn.”

Sherry Ritter
http://www.greenarchitext.com/2009/09/biomimicry-for-the-built-environment.html




Team Cooperation Timeline - [1] [2] [3]

"We believe biomimicry will not only help us significantly reduce the environmental impact of our projects, but also has the potential to help define a whole new sustainable standard for our profession,"
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"Making a bio-inspired product is one thing; making a bio-inspired city begins to change the world."
http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/hok-and-biomimicry-guild-forge-alliance-for-bio-inspired-design-excellence.html





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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #47 Posted: 16-Jan-2012 at 01:41

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Building_Challenge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GEDWtwZmmI
LBC - Living Building Certification [1] [2]
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So far only three buildings in the world have attained Living Building certification, in part because a structure's performance must be measured for a full year to establish its bona fides.
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To be certified as a Living Building, a structure must meet all of the following requirements.

1.Site: The location will support a pedestrian-, bicycle-, and transit-friendly lifestyle.
2.Water: Rainwater will be collected on the roof, stored in an underground cistern and used throughout the building.
3.Energy: A solar array will generate as much electricity as the building uses.
4.Health: The building will promote health for its occupants, with inviting stairways, operable windows and features to promote walking and resource sharing.
5.Materials: The building will not contain any “Red List” hazardous materials, including PVC, cadmium, lead, mercury and hormone-mimicking substances, all of which are commonly found in building components.
6.Equity: Unlike many office buildings, large operable windows will offer fresh air and daylight to all the people who work in the Cacscadia Center. The goals of Seattle’s Community High Road Agreement will guide selection of the construction team.
7.Beauty: Stunning architecture, an innovative photovoltaic array, a green roof and other native plantings, large structural timbers and a revitalized neighboring pocket park will help beautify the surrounding streetscape.
http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/cities/video-greenest-building-in-world-uses-no-water-or-electricity/841

http://www.eomega.org/omega/faculty/viewProfile/433f4bd0d8e6f00d0ed12d3c163c1862/

 


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Chris Reed, principal and founder of Stoss-LU and lecturer at Harvard, is interviewed in Places journal, part of Design Observer. Kudos to Mr. Reed for elucidating the need for entrepreneurial innovation within the design disciplines and at the intersection of landscape architecture and urbanism. In the spirit of optimism, he remarks that perhaps today’s economic conditions are a good thing: “I think the current strain on resources actually spurs innovation,”



Landscape Optimism: An Interview with Chris Reed
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it's important that landscape architects and urban designers provide leadership. We can't simply wait around for clients or patrons to invent projects for us. We need to take a more proactive, entrepreneurial role in showing potential clients the extraordinary range of possible projects and the various tools that will help realize them. We need to break down traditional disciplinary distinctions and professional versus academic divides. And we also need to tap into broad networks of colleagues – such as applied ecologists, housing specialists, anthropologists, community organizers, economic advisors, local foundation officers and management consultants.
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so-called green infrastructures (such as rain gardens and infiltration meadows, which were first developed and implemented in Europe) have gained acceptance as best practices across the United States and around the world
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innovations in implementation techniques, or questions raised by practice on complex sites, can be fed back into academia for further testing, refinement and reformulation
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these more challenging questions, which are being posed by real-world issues of human habitation and global climate change, require a new breed of professional designer — more project coordinator, choreographer, or curator, perhaps — who can nimbly move across disciplinary silos and academic versus professional distinctions. Our new role is and should be not only designer but also entrepreneur, political stage-setter and planner, drawing on the deep knowledge of allied professionals and academics in diverse fields to develop synthetic and flexible schemes for metropolitan environments.
Within this expanded context, landscape architects are emerging as cultural leaders; in part this is because our field already deals with complexity at very large scales, with details at very small scales, and with time and change in both the short and long run. We also accept uncertainty as part of the life of a project — landscapes are beyond our full control. Cities and metropolitan regions — among the most complex of human inventions — require this mix of big, strategic thinking and tactical, on-the-ground agility. And they demand a comfort level in dealing with change, especially unanticipated change.
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I'm an optimist. Informed by a wide range of allied fields, we can continue to develop a responsive urbanism driven by the ideas and processes of landscape.

Chris Reed - http://places.designobserver.com/feature/landscape-optimism-chris-reed-on-landscape-urbanism/29558/





Toronto Waterfron - Lower Don Lands Project
http://www.toronto.ca/waterfront/pdf/twf_booklet.pdf [1]









Landscape Infrastructure: Case Studies by SWA - Redefining how we approach design

"INFRASTRUCTURE, as we know it, no longer belongs in the exclusive realm of engineers and transportation planners. In the context of our rapidly changing cities and towns, infrastructure is experiencing a paradigm shift where multiple-use programming and the integration of latent ecologies is a primary consideration. Defining contemporary infrastructure requires a multi-disciplinary team of landscape architects, engineers, architects and planners to fully realize the benefits to our cultural and natural systems."

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"The role of public infrastructure is changing. As large, contiguous systems, these corridors are networked across a vast scale of public and private lands. [...] The primary aim of this book is to question the ongoing viability of single-purpose corridors by proposing that a multifunctional approach is more in tune with contemporary society."

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"The authors' intention is clear: ...to question the ongoing viability of these single-purpose corridors by proposing that a multifunctional approach is more in tune with contemporary society."

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"Infrastructure is a connective tissue that brings together disparate elements, instilling cohesion and purpose"


 
 

The concept of "landscape infrastructure" plays an important role in approach towards large scale territorial planning and design projects, thus comprehends the impacts of landscape infrastructure socially, spatially and more importanly economically in deriving strategies to articulate a more adaptable and sustainable system of planning and design... [1]



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  Quote mladen_s Quote  Post ReplyReply #49 Posted: 17-Jan-2012 at 11:29
не знам каде грешам со постов, ама клиповите не се појавуваат никако?







James Corner is a Landscape Architect and theorist with numerous works to his credit which explore the contemporary meaning of architectural landscaping, with a focus on "developing innovative approaches toward landscape architectural design and urbanism." His designs of note include Fresh Kills Park on Staten Island and the High Line in Manhattan, both in New York City.

James Corner was the first landscape architect to receive many of the awards that he has won. In 1996, Corner received the G. Holmes Perkins Award for "distinguished and innovative teachings and methods of instruction in design". The following year, in 1997, he was the first recipient of the Jens Jensen Professorship in Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Illinois at Chicago's School of Architecture and in 2000 he was the second landscape architect, after Achva Benzinberg Stein, to be chosen for the Daimler-Chrysler Award, which recognizes and promotes innovative design.

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  Quote Cloverstack Quote  Post ReplyReply #50 Posted: 17-Jan-2012 at 13:51
Originally posted by mladen_s

не знам каде грешам со постов, ама клиповите не се појавуваат никако?

Грешката беше во тоа што си направил копи/пејст на "tube" таговите како што сме ги пишале во упатството (со вметнато кирилично „е“, за таму да не се појави видео, туку да стои како текстуален пример), наместо да ги пишеш своерачно во латиница

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  Quote mladen_s Quote  Post ReplyReply #51 Posted: 17-Jan-2012 at 14:27
хехе, ме фативте како препишувам, а?   

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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #52 Posted: 16-Feb-2012 at 17:51



бреј пазачи само нека е за арно, фала Богу службeниците што имаат очи соколови, та ништо не оставаат на случајноста...

туку и јас да препишам троа интересно реструктурирање во колективното урбано ехо, кое може да се најде овде http://aplust.net/index.php?idioma=en односно да се види на http://issuu.com/aplust/docs/space-issuu-4




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  Quote mladen_s Quote  Post ReplyReply #53 Posted: 16-Feb-2012 at 17:59

a+t се според мене едни од најдобрите издавачи во моментов. Имам една книга од нив, за густо домување, но урбанистичките изданија им се уште подобри..
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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #54 Posted: 19-Mar-2012 at 04:04


http://asliceofurbanism.tumblr.com/

(NE)ODRŽIVO „2D“ PLANIRANjE STRUKTURA URBANOG I PREDEONOG
PEJZAŽA U USLOVIMA KLIMATSKIH PROMENA
Velimir Lj. Ćerimović .......................................................137

Često bez ekološke odgovornosti i mere imperativno se stvaraju super i
pseudostrukture, bez obzira koliko se time narušava životna sredina,
stvara bolje društvo, bolja mreža gradova ili bolji čovek. Ipak, moderna
arhitektura još nije stvorila bolje gradove, a urbano planiranje ograničilo
se na regulativu zapostavljajući kreativnu akciju, dok se prostorno
planiranje izgubilo u teoretskom istraživanju, pa je i razmatranje celine
problema tako-reći napušteno.
Problemi negativnog ekološkog nasledja nisu ekskluzivno obeležje 20.
veka. Medjutim, zbog oskudnosti raspoloživog prostora, nagomilanih
negativnih efekata razvoja, neracionalne eksploatacije zemljišnih resursa,
sve potrebnija je transformacija, rekompozicija i redefinicija dosad
neodrživih sistemskih aktivnosti prema gradjenoj i životnoj sredini. Ipak,
takve dobre namere uveliko ugrožava „2D“ terminologija, moćni
investitorski urbanizam i nadmoćna korporatokratija, čiji profiterski
interesi ignorišu smisao urbanog kontinuiteta, ekoreciprociteta i održivog
opstanka i razvoja, jer sve arogantnije provociraju kataklizmičnu „tačku
preokreta“ i put bez povratka.
Tu se posebno nadovezuje i problem razumevanja, vrednovanja i
svrstavanja marginalizovanih, obezvredjenih i nepostojećih pejzažno
gradjenih fizičkih („3D“) struktura i njihove ravnoteže u odnosu sa
čovekom, visoko i nisko gradjenim celinama i volumenima. Tome i te kako
doprinosi dominacija prevazisene „2D“ terminologije i neodrživo
poništavanje treće dimenzije struktura, objekata i artefakta
parkovnourbanog graditeljstva, stvaralaštva, kulture, umetnosti i nasledja,
zbog čega ove punine bez zidova postadoše urbane praznine. To je
posledica (ne)održivog „2D“ planiranja prostora koji zapostavlja činjenicu da „2D“ nije jednako „3D“ i obratno, što je važan uslov u integrativnom
planiranju prostora, zatim ekističkom i holističkom smislu i kontekstu za
sve one koji žele da stvaraju bolja ljudska naselja.

...

http://www.ingkomora.org.rs/urbanisti/download/ZbornikRadovaDUB.pdf



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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #55 Posted: 20-Mar-2012 at 14:30

Christopher D. Gray - From Emergence to Divergence: Modes of Landscape Urbanism - http://www.wrapwind.com/download/master-of-architecture-cgray-web.pdf

http://www.christopherdgray.co.uk/category/in-writing/


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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #57 Posted: 20-Apr-2012 at 02:20


постсоветски минимализам    

Ait Urbanism + Landscape - Zhiguli Valley Technopark, Toyliatti - http://www.ait-place.ie/projects/zhiguli/zhiguli.html

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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #58 Posted: 26-Apr-2012 at 23:49

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cradle-to-cradle_design [1] - City as Organism http://www.mcdonough.com/writings/living_city.htm [1]



Downcycling
The practice of recycling a material in such a way that much of its inherent value is lost (for example, recycling plastic into park benches).http://www.ecointelligentgrowth.net/05glossari.html



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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #59 Posted: 27-Sep-2012 at 12:21
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interesen apdejt na post #42 ponapred - http://a1on.mk/wordpress/archives/240495
HaјсилнoтoOpужјe е вo caмитeHac cинaпoвo3pнo co НaдeжВepaЉубoв
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