• Louise Færch Gjerulff
  • Oana-Maria Paraschiv
4. term, Urban Design (cand.tech.), Master (Master Programme)
In the matter of time, the world is moving and so are the conditions. Stepping into the duality of our natural and urban environments, the dimension of time is translated through processes. Processes are perceived as “space happenings over time”, which are shaped as a fluid substance of our existence. Being in a continuous evolution, our cities are influenced by social (performers) and environmental (climate and the grown environment) dynamics, as continuous actions of processes in situ.
Perceiving our environments, as living systems, is introducing the mind-set of thinking in flux. With the purpose of completing their existence, this attitude is endowing their capacity of tracing (analysing) and in the same time solving (designing) the raised challenges of the present (existing problems). Stepping further as thinking in flux, is about thinking of happenings and how this are affecting the situational aspect of everyday life. In this regards, the project is proposing a new gateway for future, by exploring the existing world of processes. As a journey into the world of processes, the aim is to explore the ability of our contemporary urban structures to embrace changes over time.
Publication date24 May 2016
Number of pages152
External collaboratorHelsingør Kommune
Traffic planner, Helsingør Kommune Thomas Gjerulff tgj02@helsingor.dk
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Tina Krüger tkr@fh.dk
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