Urban Planning; Urban Quality Criteria; Sustainable Urban Patterns; Procedural Modelling ; Collaborative Decision-Making Process
Efthymiou Dimitrios, Farooq Bilal, Bierlaire Michel, Antoniou Constantinos (2013), Agent-Based Indicators Analysis in the Context of Policy Evaluation, in 13th Swiss Transport Research Conference
, Monte Verità / Ascona.
Tapias Pedraza Estefania, Kunze Antje, Roccasalva Giuseppe, Schmitt Gerhard (2013), Best Practices for Urban Densification A decision-making support process using microclimate analysis methods and parametric models for optimizing urban climate comfort, in Computation and Performance – Proceedings of the 31st eCAADe Conference – Volume 1
Efthymiou Dimitrios, Antoniou Constantinos (2013), How do transport infrastructure and policies affect house prices and rents? Evidence from Athens, Greece, in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice
, 52, 1-22.
Neuenschwander Noemi, Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2013), Modellierung zur Verhandlung von Qualitätszielen in städtischen Landschaften
Grêt-Regamey Adrienne, Celio Enrico, Klein Thomas M., Wissen Hayek Ulrike (2013), Understanding ecosystem services trade-offs with interactive procedural modeling for sustainable urban planning, in Landscape and Urban Planning
, 109(1), 107-116.
Hurtubia R, Bierlaire M (2012), Dynamic microsimulation of location choices with a quasi-equilibrium auction approach, in 12th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC)
Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Neuenschwander Noemi, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2012), Facilitating well-informed trade-off decision making on land use change: Integrating rules and indicators of ecosystem service provision into procedural 3D visualization, in International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs) 2012 International Congress on En
Neuenschwander Noemi, Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2012), Integrated Multi-Criteria Modeling and 3D Visualization for Informed Trade-Off Decision Making on Urban Development Options, in Digital Physicality - Proceedings of the 30th eCAADe Conference - Volume 1
Thalmann Jonas (2012), Ökosystemleistungen im Siedlungsraum: Analyse des Potentials der Lebensraumqualität für vier Verdichtungsszenarien in Schlieren
Vanegas Carlos A., Kelly Tom, Weber Basil, Halatsch Jan, Aliaga Daniel G., Müller Pascal (2012), Procedural Generation of Parcels in Urban Modeling, in EUROGRAPHICS 2012
Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Neuenschwander Noemi, Kunze Antje, Halatsch Jan, Von Wirth Timo, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne, Schmitt Gerhard (2012), Transdisciplinary Collaboration Platform Based on GeoDesign for Securing Urban Quality, in DLA 2012: GeoDesign, 3D-Modeling and Visualization
Hürlimann Nicole (2012), Veranschaulichung alternativer Formen der Siedlungsver- dichtung mit Hilfe prozeduraler Visualisierung Einsatzerprobung als Kommunikationsmittel in der partizipativen Planung
Kunze Antje, Halatsch Jan, Vanegas Carlos, Jacobi Maldaner Martina, Turkienicz Benamy, Schmitt Gerhard (2011), A Conceptual Participatory Design Framework for Urban Planning, in Respecting Fragile Places, 29th eCAADe 2011 Conference
, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 29, 29.
Hicks Simone (2011), Berücksichtigung von Ökosystemdienstleistungen in der Freiraumgestaltung mit Hilfe prozeduraler Visualisierung Beispiel eines neuen und innovativen Agglomerationsquartiers in Moskau
Hurtubia Ricardo, Martinez Francisco, Bierlaire Michel (2011), Bid auction model for simultaneous determination of location and rent in land use microsimulation modelsi2011, in Proceedings of the XV Congreso Chileno de Ingeniería de Transporte
Hurtubia Ricardo, Bierlaire Michel (2011), Bid rent model for simultaneous determination of location and rent in land use microsimulations, in 11th Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC)
Neuenschwander Noemi, Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2011), GIS-based 3D Urban Modeling Framework Integrating Constraints and Benefits of Ecosystems for Participatory Optimization of Urban Green Space Patterns, in REAL CORP 2011 Tagungsband
Neuenschwander Noemi, Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2011), Interactive Procedural 3D Urban Model 3D visualization and evaluation model for effective trade-off decision-making between built-up and open space
, IFLA World Congress, 0.
Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Neuenschwander Noemi, Halatsch Jan, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne (2010), Procedural Modeling of Urban Green Space Pattern Designs Taking into Account Ecological Parameters, in FUTURE CITIES - 28th eCAADe Conference Proceedings
Hayek Wissen Ulrike, Neuenschwander Noemi, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne, Facilitating well-informed trade-off decision making on land use change, in International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs)
, Leipzig, Germany.
von Wirth Timo, Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Kunze Antje, Neuenschwander Noemi, Stauffacher Michael, Scholz Roland W., Identifying urban transformation dynamics: Functional use of scenario techniques to integrate knowledge from science and practice, in Technological Forecasting and Social Change
Vanegas Carlos A., Kelly Tom, Weber Basil, Halatsch Jan, Aliaga Daniel G., Müller Pascal, Procedural Generation of Parcels in Urban Modeling, in Computer Graphics Forum (also Proc. of Eurographics)
, 31, 31.
Efthymiou Dimitrios, Farooq Bilal, Bierlaire Michel, Antoniou Constantinos, The Integrated Land-Use and Transport Model of Brussels, in 13th Swiss Transport Research Conference
, Monte Verità / Ascona.
Wissen Hayek Ulrike, Neuenschwander Noemi, Kunze Antje, Halatsch Jan, von Wirth Timo, Grêt-Regamey Adrienne, Schmitt Gerhard, Transdisciplinary collaboration platform based on GeoDesign for securing urban quality, in LA 2012: GeoDesign, 3D-Modeling and Visualization
, Bernburg, Germany.
Kunze Antje, Burkhard Remo, Gebhardt Serge, Tuncer Bige, Visualization and Decision Support Tools in Urban Planning, Springer, Heidelberg, 242, -0.
Traditional planning methods for urban systems reach their limits, as continuous interactions among people and socio-economic and ecological variables generate increasingly complex and unsustainable environments, which impact human health, well-being and ecological quality. Our goal is therefore to generate exemplary sustainable urban patterns close to Zurich for selected case study areas on the regional and local scale. This requires developing new approaches clarifying design tasks through an iteration of thorough spatial, infrastructural and socioeconomic readings, conceptual interpretations and their testing - guided by design, supported by simulation and collaborative modelling. The input will be a multi-dimensional description of the present situation. The output will be sustainable urban patterns for 2030 and 2050, completed by a procedural model for the case study areas, sustainability indicators, a set of guidelines, and the process description. These deliverables will serve as base for education and further research in areas identified during the process.To arrive at this goal, we suggest a design driven, interactive and iterative process that supports planners, architects and stakeholders. Based on simulation and collaborative modelling, socio-economic, ecological and aesthetical criteria will be formulated into urban design rules. Using advanced economic and transport modelling tools, ecological process models, and social analyses, criteria will be defined and also transformed into rules for integrated urban modelling. The resulting model will continuously accompany the emergence of alternative urban development scenarios of four selected case study sites in a design-simulation-collaboration cycle. Sustainability indicators allow for in-depth analysis and assessment of the resulting urban patterns by a trans-disciplinary stakeholder group in a series of six collaborative workshops. The stakeholders’ feedback is used for altering the urban design rules and thus iteratively enhancing the urban patterns. Experienced and innovative designers will intervene at defined points of the process to guarantee the link to the actual planning sites. The project will integrate previously separated qualitative and quantitative design and research activities to propose realistic sustainable urban patterns. It will also bundle the diverse capabilities and methods of designers, planners, scientists and simulation tools to arrive at convincing sustainable urban patterns. The outcome will clarify our understanding of the necessary processes and provide new ideas for transforming existing urban-rural systems in a more sustainable way. Overall the design, simulation and collaborative modelling platform will accelerate knowledge exchange between relevant actors and serve as an operative tool to support planners, architects, policy makers and concerned parties in assessing the conditions under which specific urban qualities have a good chance to achieve their environmental, social and economic goals.