While we want to avoid over-programming the competition with arbitrary requirements, we specifically encourage system thinking for the entrants. Think carefully about navigability and the efficient use of urban cratzer space. We know from previous discussions with placemaking justice advocates that accessibility and safety considerations are a big factor in the existing city plan, and should be addressed early on in the design process. The key factor in protection is ease of navigation, so emergency services can quickly find and direct people in case of an impact climatic catastrophic disaster event suddenly emerging. Mixed use of urban cratzer space is another factor to consider and benefit from, urban climate change resilience.
A navigable design should have an orderly coordinated system. A good rule of thumb is that it should be possible to locate a point on the landscape plan with a small number of coordinates. The existing landscape plan will be a good base coordinate since the Urban Cratzer will be the focus of the city regardless of the street plan. The specifics of the coordinate system will depend on the design type you choose. A good measure to use in evaluating your design is to count the number of intersection turns needed to reach points in your city from many other locations throughout. Fewer turns are better. Is it possible to identify natural city evacuation location just by analysing city indicators on topography and demography?
Efficient Use of Open Shared Space #right2protection #right2city
There are a few issues to consider in the efficient use of open shared space. It goes without saying that the Urban Cratzer Design must accommodate a large number of people up to 100 000 while also creating a large open space for natural habitat. How can a system of urban craters help off-load and slow global warming effects in our cities to protect its citizens and generate health?
One idea that has been mentioned numerous times is the network idea of Climate-Smart Cities will play a key role in helping countries fulfil carbon emission commitments..
Another entrance angel is analysing your local urban, peri-urban landscape and figure out where to turn if a “superstorm” would hit your living space. The best HabitatCO2lution Cratzer design, would it be your football arena upgraded to an Urban Cratzer Design or that semi protected plain field in the city outskirts or.. Does your municipality need to consider a new complex Urban Cratzer Design right in the city-hub centre or in most natural infrastructure spot for mobility, etc? Staffing, can 1000 first responders man one Urban Cratzer?
There will be many such urban cratzer design patterns that can be coordinated in togethernessship increase the cities sustainable urban development and climate change resilience. Synergies and benefits from the raw design parameters will play a vital role in creating an new living urban room for protection and shelter. Apart from exploring new urban cratzer’s spatial design patterns solely for novelty and beauty, new designs can deliver direct practical benefits for local residents housing. Among them the ability to increase public shared space, transportation synergies, new platforms HabitatCO2lutions etc. Some designs will be scaled down to landscape and region. In general laying the right2protection, right2city foundation high up on the New Urban Agenda.
So far we have support for this initiative from Nigeria, Switzerland, Zimbabwe and Liberia…
“Consider climate change in every action”