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Thriving Neighbourhoods workshop: Can decentralised district infrastructure accelerate sustainable building? Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Tuesday 13 November 2012. 11.00-12.30.

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Thriving Neighbourhoods workshop: Can decentralised district infrastructure accelerate sustainable building?

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Tuesday 13 November 2012. 11.00-12.30

Towards a framework for integrated sustainable precinctsThe green infrastructure – green building interface

Dr Rob Roggema, Senior Research Fellow, Swinburne University of Technology, [email protected]

this workshop is very timely they want to talk
This workshop is very timely: they want to talk…..
  • Melbourne Planning Strategy
  • Hot topics: globally competitive, strong communities, environmental resilience, polycentric linked to regions, 20 minute city, infrastructure, leader-partner-ship
  • Today, you are offered the chance to formulate your sustainable contribution!
the building envelope
The building envelope

Building envelope Maylands activity centre

objective
Objective
  • creating a framework in which synergies between decentralised infrastructure and buildings enhance sustainability
  • opportunities and barriers
  • new and redevelopment precinct scale
  • decentralised district infrastructure encourage green building?
elements of district infrastructure
Elements of district infrastructure
  • energy (neighbourhood scale)
  • renewable energy, smart grids
  • rainwater harvesting & stormwater storage
  • wastewater reuse
  • green infrastructure (open space, landscape, ecology)
  • recycling and composting, re-use
  • design of public spaces (squares, green space, streets)
  • social infrastructure (education, meeting, networks)
  • public transport/cycling infrastructure
  • … (much more)
  • integrated
output
Output
  • report
  • goes to City of Melbourne (presentation), reaction Melbourne let’s talk, part of conference proceedings
  • academic paper(s) (who wants to join?)
benefit of the workshop
Benefit of the workshop
  • exchange knowledge and ideas
  • understand how sustainable district infrastructure can be integrated with buildings
  • acknowledge the infrastructure-building interface as a driver for urban planning
hammarby sj stad sweden integrated systems related to the individual building
Hammarby Sjöstad (SWEDEN): integrated systems, related to the individual building

District infrastructure systems: Waste to energy facility for district heating, Wastewater treatment, Central stormwater treatment. The model shows the interaction between sewage and refuse processing and energy provision

Sources: http://www.sweden.se/eng/Home/Society/Sustainability/Reading/Facing-the-future/ and http://www.hammarbysjostad.se/inenglish/pdf/Best_env_eng.pdf

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Vancouver’s Southeast False Creek (CANADA)

Neighbourhood Energy Utility (sewer heat recovery system) for space heating and domestic hot water

District stormwater treatment

Source: https://vancouver.ca/home-property-development/southeast-false-creek.aspx

freiburg vauban germany
Freiburg: VAUBAN (GERMANY)

CHP district heating, Solar, Community waste management, Comprehensive landscaping and urban ecology plan

Source: http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/courses/fa10/arch244/?p=1179

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WesternHarbour (Västra Hamnen), MALMӦ (SWEDEN)
  • Integrated waste treatment and combined heat and power (CHP) facilities
  • Precinct wide renewable energy infrastructure

Source: http://www.citiesforpeople.net/cities/westernharbour.html

masdar abu dhabi
Masdar, Abu Dhabi

Solar energy, zero-fossil, carbon neutral, car free, zero waste, water-neutral

ecolonia alphen a d rijn
Ecolonia: Alphen a/d Rijn

One of the oldest examples: water storage, energy saving, reduced car use, ecology

gwl amsterdam
GWL-Amsterdam

High density (100/ha, 600 dwellings), CHP, heat exchanger, urban agriculture, car free,

water storage and recycling

city or building zuidkas the south greenhouse amsterdam zuidas
City or building?Zuidkas (the south-greenhouse, Amsterdam Zuidas)

a rooftop-based ecosystem that stands to sustain and enrich the structure’s offices, homes, school, and restaurants in addition to a park, a biogas electrical plant and retail facilities (Architectenbureau Paul de Ruiter)

workshop expectations
Workshop expectations
  • Six key findings (solutions, strategies, measures) that your group finds to be essential to realise sustainable neighbourhoods. Divide in 3 barriers and 3 opportunities
  • Provide your contribution to Melbourne Planning Strategy, as an advise, based on your workshop debate and key findings
  • These advises together we will combine into a framework at the end of the workshop
  • Every participant is asked to write down his/her two main elements that ‘resonate’ on post-its
use of case study e gate
Use of case study: E-gate

Redevelopment: 23 ha, mixed use, residential, commercial, higher densities, close to station, city link, green infrastructure

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Integrated design

Integration,

design,

Performance tool

III

I t e r a t I v e D e s I g n P r o c e s s

Buildings

Desired new infrastructure

Building –

infrastructure

interface

II

Existing infrastructure

Landscape base

Point of Departure

Enhancing, framing tools

I

‘towards a framework…..’

program
Program
  • 4 groups (infrastructure, planning, building, tools)
  • 11.10 Brainstorm, collect solutions, strategies and measures, select six key findings (3+3)
  • 12.00 report back (4x5 minutes)
  • 12.20 building of framework
  • 12.30 end (continue the discussion over lunch)
  • Each group to appoint one reporter/presenter and note-taker
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