Urban data

Tools and methods towards the algorithmic city

Contributi
Andrea Acquaviva, Anna Rosa Candura, Matthew Claudel, Rocco Curto, Orio De Paoli, Matteo Del Giudice, Elena Fregonara, Luigi La Riccia, Lorenzo Matteoli, Aurelio David Oppio, Alessandra Oppio, Anna Osello, Edoardo Patti, Marco Maria Pedrazzo, Niccolò Rapetti, Niccolò Suraci
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Studi, ricerche
Dati
pp. 262,      1a edizione  2016   (Codice editore 1330.103)

Urban data. Tools and methods towards the algorithmic city
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In breve

The proposed contributions create a theoretical and operative framework for new digital technologies and analyse the implication on urban design and modelling at different scales of the datization. Urban Data is characterized by a huge variety of approaches and examples supported by the peculiar experiences both theoretical and practical of the chosen panel of authors.

Presentazione del volume

The spread of digital tools and methods is radically changing the design approach and its implications at different scales. Urban Data focuses on innovative operative modalities able in foreseeing city futures facing new energetic, social and environmental challenges. The traditional boundaries between different fields of knowledge are leaving the place to shared visions based on a huge amount of data and information. The parametric and algorithmic practice allows to challenge the complexity by using articulated and flexible models.
This book is organized as a platform where different approaches and disciplinary practices related to urban design merge each other into an integrate dimension. This new dimension allows to develop methodological actions and managing urban transformations able to adapt in real time to different urban needs. The proposed contributions create a theoretical and operative framework for new digital technologies and analyse the implication on urban design and modelling at different scales of the datization.
Urban Data is characterized by a huge variety of approaches and examples supported by the peculiar experiences both theoretical and practical of the chosen panel of authors.

Contributors: Lorenzo Matteoli, Roberto Pagani, Giacomo Chiesa, Orio De Paoli, Maria Rosa Candura, Matthew Claudel, Marco Maria Pedrazzo, Niccolò Suraci, Aurelio David, Alessandra Oppio, Luigi La Riccia, Rocco Curto, Elena Fregonara, Anna Osello, Andrea Acquaviva, Matteo Del Giudice, Edoardo Patti, Niccolò Rapetti.

Roberto Pagani, Full Professor of Architectural Technology at the Politecnico di Torino. Scientific responsible and coordinator of numerous demonstrative research projects founded by EU. Since 2003, he has developed an intensive collaboration with China, and he is Academic Advisor of the Jiangsu Province, professor at the Harbin Institute of Technology and at the Luoyang Normal University. He was the European co-director of EC2 EU-China Clean Energy Centre at Pechino (2012-15).

Giacomo Chiesa, Ph.D. in Technological Innovation for the Built Environment, is a fixed term assistant professor in Architectural Technology at the Politecnico di Torino. He studies the impact that digital technologies have on the design practice. Other research fields are the relation between nature and artefacts, the environmental design, and the development of passive cooling strategies for buildings.

Indice

Lorenzo Matteoli, Foreword
Introduction
Part I. City and Future: design issues of the digital era
Lorenzo Matteoli, CityFutures facing the shift in the energy paradigm: beyond sustainability
Roberto Pagani, FutureCities: smart, green, adaptive
Giacomo Chiesa, Model, digital technologies and datization. Toward an explicit design practice
Anna Rosa Candura,
Orio De Paoli, Model, language, stereotype
Matthew Claudel, Marco Maria Pedrazzo, Niccolo Suraci, Raster to vector: towards a live associative model
Part II. Design, product and process: tools and digital practices
Aurelio David, Alessandra Oppio, Combining Pattern theory with Spatial Multicriteria Analysis for urban planning. The case of a neighborhood renewal in Turin (Italy)
Giacomo Chiesa, Luigi La Riccia, Tools and methods for evaluating and designing the perceived landscape. 3D-GIS, viewshed analysis, big data
Rocco Curto, Elena Fregonara, Analysis of extensive information concerning the real estate market of Turin (Italy) managed by a Land Information System: relevance for territorial policies and urban decision-making procedures
Anna Osello, Andrea Acquaviva, Matteo Del Giudice, Edoardo Patti, Niccolo Rapetti, District Information Models. The DIMMER project: BIM tools for the urban scale.