Kristin Hafstad

Kristin Hafstad

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Placemaking diagram for evaluation of places by Project for Public Spaces

urban planning~Placemaking: The Place Diagram is one of the tools PPS has developed to help communities evaluate places. The inner ring represents key attributes, the m.

This academic exercise studies an alternative urban development for the area around the culture kilometer. The aim is to design a street network capable to enhance accessibility towards the seaside, rather than parallel, meaning that new roads will be designed to run from the city towards the seaside rather than parallel to it. A road running parallel to the seaside may reinforce the physical and mental separation between the city and the seaside.

This academic exercise studies an alternative urban development for the area around the culture kilometer.

14 Ways to Make Bike Lanes Better

The Green Lane Project infographic, outlining innovative ways to highlight the development of bike lanes and ensure safe journeys for riders.

High Line Park, NYC - The High Line is a 1-mile New York City linear park built on a section of the former elevated New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line, which runs along the lower west side of Manhattan; it has been redesigned and planted as an aerial greenway.

The High Line. One of my favorite places in NYC. The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side.

Underground ecological city in abandoned mine | The Russian architect agency Alice.ru plans to build an underground ecological city in an abandoned mine in Siberia. Underground cities might be the cities of the future especially in colder areas. They are much easier to heat and can potentially be heated by the warmth of the earth itself. ...

Underground ecological city in abandoned mine The Russian architect agency Alice.ru plans to build an underground ecological city in an abandoned mine in Siberia. Underground cities might be the cities of the future especially in colder areas.