Studies in Temporal Urbanism: The urbanTick Experiment
It is about the big orchestrated mass migration of commuters, the seasonal blossoms of the trees along the walkway and the frequency of the stamping rubbish-eater-trucks. It is also about climate, infrastructure, opening hours, term times, parking meters, time tables, growing shadows and moon light. But most of all it is about how all this is experienced by citizens on a daily basis and how they navigate within this complex structure of patterns.
The content of this book is based on the content of the urbanTick blog from to One year blogging about this topic brought together a large collection of different aspects and thoughts. It is not at all a conclusive view, the opposite might be the case, it is an exploratory work in progress, while trying to capture as many facets of the topic as possible. Fabian Neuhaus has lectured at various universities in the UK. His research interests are temporal aspects of the urban environment. He has worked in practices and research institutes in the UK, Germany and Switzerland.
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Unique focus on temporal aspects in a socio spatial context Accessible for a wide range of audience Combination of facts, experience, observation and speculation Short paragraphs that can be read linear, by topic or random Extensive list of links for wider context see more benefits. Buy eBook. Buy Hardcover. Buy Softcover. We conclude with a visualisation of the collected data, specifically where the aspect of time is developed and explored so that we might outline a new approach to visualising the city in the sense of a collective, constantly renewed space.
View on casa. This PhD research project focuses on the cycles and rhythms in the urban environment. Like day and night or the rush-hour, there are a number of repetitive patterns occurring in the city. Maybe they are the result of spatial and social Maybe they are the result of spatial and social organization methods, but probably they are involved in the organization of the city as a system. View on docs. Mapping the Everyday more. The Spatial Extension of Everyday Life more.
The focus is on the method and the first trial with the GPS data collection, specifically on the individual level.
- Studies in Temporal Urbanism: The urbanTick Experiment (Data Soliloquies).
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This will mainly focus then on the mental maps and individual perception of routine and space. Shaping Cities - from the body experienceto urban morphology more.
The talk was titled Shaping Cities, from the body rhythm to urban morphology. With this title, it brings together the different aspects of scale in the research, ranging from natural body functions to patterns of movement in the city With this title, it brings together the different aspects of scale in the research, ranging from natural body functions to patterns of movement in the city.
Along this key terms such as memory, identity, time and orientation are explored and visualized with examples from the work featuring on this blog, ranging from PLY to UrbanDiary. View on scribd.
Studies in Temporal Urbanism: The urbanTick Experiment
Cycles, rhythms and pattern in every day life more. Urban Diary - London more. The PhD research topic This PhD research focuses on the cycles and rhythms in the urban environment, like day and night or the rush hour.
These patterns are the result of spatial and social organization methods, but probably they are These patterns are the result of spatial and social organization methods, but probably they are involved in the organization of the urban environment. They provide the link between social and built space. In urban settings, these patterns are the source of identity, provide orientation and are the creator of memory.
fabian neuhaus | University of Calgary - jiwopumo.tk
Cycles are believed to be the driving force in the city system for moving people, goods or energy. The question leading the research is how do rhythms participate in shaping the urban morphology and the perception of this space. The visualization of this problem is a secondary question, which will be addressed as part of the research. The project The UrbanDiary project is designed to collect a data set representing a spatial diary of London.
A number of participants are wearing GPS devices to track their daily movement and record the pattern of their activity. The current group of participants covers a variety of occupations, different level of education, a mix of male and female and covers a range of different age group above eighteen. The above map derived from the collected data, represents three weeks worth of data, collected in February This is still a small set of data but some patterns start emerging.
The overall structure of London as a city shows a star like pattern in terms of movement direction. There is a strong from the outside - inwards characteristic. This is basically people living outside zone one, but travel into the first zone for work. The route of travel for this is usually a rather straight line, showing clearly the transport corridors. While traveling underground, there is no GPS signal. These gaps are represented as dotted lines to maintain the flow of the movement.
Traveling underground creates these islands people navigate within for different purposes. They appear to be spatially rather disconnected and make it difficult for people to assemble the whole of their activities. For the weekend days there appears a very different pattern. The movement in general tends to be mainly outwards from the city and directed towards friends and family.
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The movement in detail is much more local around the neighborhood of the place of living, using frequently the local facilities and shops. UD - cycles in urban environments more. Urban Diary more. Narrative and Time more. View on urbantick.
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