00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
Introduction
Relationship between planning and economy
03:57    |    
Official planning
Reasons 
Democracy and progress
Demand
09:32    |    
Bureaucracy  
System 
Project examples
12:12    |    
Networking model
Pedestrian City
Motorized sprawl
17:54    |    
Future models
Cities within the city
18:54    |    
Master planning
Building sizes
Patterns
22:07    |    
Guatemala City overview
Edge condition
Connection within patterns 
Recommendation
28:45    |    
Federal City project (Guatemala)
Model
33:15    |    
Architecture languages 
Examples
Risks
40:52    |    
Question and answer period 
Could you give us your opinion about a possible development model of zone 1 at Guatemala City?
Whether is a perfect design model for each placement or not? And if so, how do you design it?
Personal experience
How would you approach the fact that many people within the ideal neighborhoods will must move another areas for work?
01:00:55    |    
Final credits



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Master Planning

11 de marzo de 2015   | Vistas: 2 |  

Léon Krier points out the importance of architecture and building planning in cities, and how this is linked with the relationship between planning and economy. He mentions the fact that, what we look around us, planned projects have been done by very few people. After that, Krier shares the principal master planning models; Networking model, in which exists geographic interaction, and cities within the cities model, where beside functionality, it is also profitable. Also, he shows an overview of Guatemala City and its patterns, mobility, and structure, to further recommends a model of expansion and organized growth. He proposes a Federal City project and details the main factors for its implementation.




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