STUDY GUIDE 2018/2019 -TILBURG

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planning 2

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Course name

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Study year

Period

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Tutors

Examinations

Work form

 

EU Qualifications

2018-2019

PLANNING

2

2/3

4

5 weeks, Tuesdays from 19:30-21:30 pm

ROB VAN DER BIJL

ESSAY

LECTURES, WORKSHOP,STUDIO

b

 

 

CONTENT

Urban planning focuses on the best possible organization of the limited available space. The decor is a battle for the use of space which includes a wide variety of opposing spatial demands. These questions arise from the development of society and spatial designs of the city are thus always a child of the time. The pressure of social conditions and processes as well as political circumstances and technical conditions influence potential urban designs and the processes that lead to its creation.

During the planning principles course the students are familiarized with planning institutions and regulations. In order to learn more about the principles in planning and their relationship to the realization and use of design proposals the planning system in other countries is integral part of the course and this may be related to the Field Trip.

The students are challenged to search for opportunities for their design within the planning process. In this adaptive approach design proposals are related to the specific context of the planning conditions. Finally the students should develop insight in ways to steer with planning and implement it in their designs on a strategic level.

 

Note this course will only be given once every two years. The other year the course Planning 1, Planning Principles will be given next year.

 

LITERATURE

Basic Literature (from reference List)

a) Cammen H. Van der, Klerk L. De,  Dekker G., and Witsen P.P., Selfmade Land, 2012

b) Wagenaar C., Town Planning in the Netherlands since 1800, Responses to Enlightenment Ideas and Geopolitical Realities

c) Boelens, L., The Urban Connection, An actor-relational approach to urban planning, Rotterdam 2009

d) Management of Urban Development Processes in the Netherlands, Franzen A.,, Hobma F., Jonge de H., Wigmans G.,

 

Course specific literature and Suggested reading:

Depending on the chosen process

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESULTS

A written reflection on the researched planning principles in which a clear case is described. The case should reveal in which way implementation of designs is influenced by planning systems.

 

EXAMINATION

Essay, the students have to deliver a reflection of their case study and reflect on that from a strategic point of view.

 

OBJECTIVES

List of course objectives:

1. Developing insight in planning processes and procedures

2. Developing insight in urban Law

3. Developing insight political, economical

4. Developing insight in the relation of urban designs and urban planning

5. Developing insight in the political, administrative, economical, technical and social actors in urban planning

c, d, i, k, m

 

COMPETENCES

DESIGN, level 2

RESEARCH, level 2