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1 / 11 Qu Pingshan: indexing population density

Indexing the City | 北京參數化設計研究中心城市規劃分析工作坊

Type | 類型: indexical analysis of three different sites in Beijing | 城市規劃分析
Host | 地點: Laboratory for Computational Design, Beijing, China | 北京參數化設計研究中心 (LCD)
Duration | 時間: 2 weeks | 2星期
Year | 年份: 2012
Students | 學生: Wei Yuanchen, Cao Xueyi, Wang Guanxian, Yang Shilun, Wu Fan, Cao Wenxiang, Chen Siqi, Hao Jiaqi, Wang Bo, Qu Pingshan, Luo Jingyun, Zhao Jiabao, Huang Jingya, Cui Xuan, Li Hong, Yang Wenchao, Zhang Yunjiang
Instructors | 教師: Federico Ruberto, Nicola Saladino

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2 / 11 Qu Pingshan: indexing roads capacity

This indexing workshop was part of a longer course on parametric design taught at the Laboratory for Computational Design.
The students worked on three sites located in Beijing with very different conditions: a portion of the old city centre currently under a process of demolishment and reconstruction, a large empty plot in the CBD that is awaiting an extremely high-density development and a park characterized by some important historical relics.


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3 / 11 Qu Pingshan: indexing traffic intensity

We understand the morphology of the city as a result of the combined action of multiple physical and economic forces in a complex system. The analysis of all the layers that influence the functionality of the sites helped the students point out a clear set of tools and control parameters for the development of their own design agenda.


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4 / 11 Qu Pingshan: indexing commercial clusters
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5 / 11 Qu Pingshan: proposed functional distribution
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6 / 11 Qu Pingshan: new masterplan guidelines
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7 / 11 Li Hong: indexing population density and pedestrian accessibility
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8 / 11 Li Hong: testing different scenarios
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9 / 11 Li Hong: programmatic distribution parameters
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10 / 11 Li Hong: typological variables
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11 / 11 Li Hong: functional optimization