The Shahre Javan Community Detailed Plan : Planning for a Climate Responsive and Sustainable Iranian Urban Quarter

  • This report presents the major accomplishments of the ‘Shahre Javan Community’ pilot project as the main pilot project of the German-Iranian Young Cities research project,. ‘Shahre Javan’ is Farsi and stands for ‘Young City’. The pilot project uses an integrated planning and research process to explore aspects of energy and resource efficiency, climate and environmentally conscious solutions for urban form, architecture, landscape planning, transportation planning, water and energy management, aThis report presents the major accomplishments of the ‘Shahre Javan Community’ pilot project as the main pilot project of the German-Iranian Young Cities research project,. ‘Shahre Javan’ is Farsi and stands for ‘Young City’. The pilot project uses an integrated planning and research process to explore aspects of energy and resource efficiency, climate and environmentally conscious solutions for urban form, architecture, landscape planning, transportation planning, water and energy management, and environmental assessment. It is about the upgraded Iranian detailed plan (‘Tarh-e Tafsili’) for a nearly 45 ha large pilot project area in the southern part of the Hashtgerd New Town, Iran. It includes innovations derived during the strategically integrative urban development and research process, in an effort to reach more climate responsive and more sustainable urban development. Thus, several of the presented solutions go above and beyond the standard content of an Iranian detailed plan. Hence, this publication does not present the or an approved formal Iranian detailed plan. Rather, it combines a reflection of research background, approach, and process with a kind of a hybrid detailed plan report which includes common Iranian detailed plan contents and new and innovative elements as well as research findings going beyond the detailed plan scale and content. Printed Version published by Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin (www.univerlag.tu-berlin.de), ISBN 978-3-7983-2451-0show moreshow less

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Author: Elke Pahl-Weber, Sebastian Seelig, Holger Ohlenburg, Bernd Demuth, Peyman Khodabakhsh, Arman Fathejalali, Jahansha Pakzad, Philipp Wehage, Paul Nagel, Johann Köppel, Norman Döge, Wulf-Holger Arndt, Sharooz Mohajeri, Tamara Nuñez von Voigt, Jörg Huber, Christoph Nytsch-Geusen, Theresa Garske, Stefan Heiland, Anne Fenk, Christopher Strein, Martin Vocks
URN:urn:nbn:de:kobv:83-opus-37270
ISBN:978-3-7983-2452-0
ISSN:2193-6102
Series (Serial Number):Young Cities Research Paper Series (3)
Publisher:Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin
Place of publication:Berlin
Editor: Rudolf Schäfer, Farshad Nasrollahi, Holger Ohlenburg, Cornelia Saalmann, Florian Stellmacher
Document Type:Monographie
Language:English
Date of Publication (online):2012/12/04
Publishing Institution:Technische Universität Berlin
Release Date:2012/12/04
Tag:Integrierte Planung; Iran; Klimawandel; Nachhaltigkeit; Stadtplanung
Climate Responsiveness; Integrated Planning; Iran; Sustainability; Urban Planning
Pagenumber:156
Note:
Zugleich gedruckt veröffentlicht im Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin unter der ISBN 978-3-7983-2451-0.
Institutes:Institut für Architektur
Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung
Institut für Stadt- und Regionalplanung
Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft
Dewey Decimal Classification:710 Städtebau, Raumplanung, Landschaftsgestaltung
Licence (German):License LogoDeutsches Urheberrecht