By Raoul Bunschoten
Dieses Buch zeichnet anhand von Situationen und Projekten unterschiedlichsten MaÃŸstabs die Entwicklung eines architektonischen Programms von der ersten zur zweiten Haut nach und ist in four Cluster gruppiert: HÃ¶hle, Land, Horizont und Wind. Ein begleitender textual content verbindet die einzelnen Projekte mit programmatischen und poetischen Konzepten. CHORA study wurde 1994 von Raoul Bunschoten gegrÃ¼ndet und ist mittlerweile um CHORA structure and urbanism sowie CHORA NL erweitert worden. Die Projekte, die von diesen drei Organisationen durchgefÃ¼hrt werden, umfassen intuitive Materialforschung, hauptsÃ¤chlich Beton in seinen unterschiedlichsten Formen, Untersuchungen zu operationalen Metaspaces fÃ¼r Stadtplanung und Entscheidungsfindung, den Auftrag zur Entwicklung eines dynamischen Masterplans fÃ¼r Homerton, East London, sowie nicht-lineare Navigationstechniken und open resource Prinzipien zur Stimulierung der Co-Evolution neuer Prototypen in groÃŸrÃ¤umlichen Territorien. Die entsprechenden Konzepte fÃ¼r diese Metaspaces sind city Gallery und city Curation .
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The simplicity of a formal device that creates a metric, that enables the redivision of land, the reevaluation of property, the fine grained allocation of public domain, is juxtaposed with the complexity of creating rules for, and managing a dynamic masterplan. 31 Choreography of urban prototypes. The prototypes proliferate, adapt, spawn new prototypes, merge with others. A dance of the community. 32 The Loom is a carpet, woven by the community. The carpet is the commons, common space. 33 The concept of a dynamic masterplan is that a common platform, in this case the Loom, is used to generate prototypes that combine always two or more programmes, participants and organisations.
Didactics, there is a cultural shift in the way cities are used, experienced, managed, planned, and the way we teach people new ways of planning, designing and governing cities. There are two didactic tracks: as practitioners we are involved with clients and local authorities, therefore our task is in influencing their decision making processes, but more so, use any project as a didactic vehicle as well as for realising a design, build a building and prolong the life of an office. The other track is the school and university: How early can the ‘nakedness’ of a city be experienced, the workings of its life forms taught, its motions understood as pure plastic form that can be handled, shaped?
A dance of the community. 32 The Loom is a carpet, woven by the community. The carpet is the commons, common space. 33 The concept of a dynamic masterplan is that a common platform, in this case the Loom, is used to generate prototypes that combine always two or more programmes, participants and organisations. The prototypes are engines of change, catalysts of evolution in the masterplan. The idea of curating a dynamic masterplan is to choreograph the co evolution of different prototypes in a shared territory.