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So, with these “urban” assets as a foundation, this is the “vision” of the future Cleveland set forth in the Connecting Cleveland 2020 Plan:

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So, with these “urban” assets as a foundation, this is the “vision” of the future Cleveland set forth in the Connecting Cleveland 2020 Plan:

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So, with these “urban” assets as a foundation, this is the “vision” of the future Cleveland set forth in the Connecting Cleveland 2020 Plan:

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So, with these “urban” assets as a foundation, this is the “vision” of the future Cleveland set forth in the Connecting Cleveland 2020 Plan:

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So, with these “urban” assets as a foundation, this is the “vision” of the future Cleveland set forth in the Connecting Cleveland 2020 Plan:

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So, with these “urban” assets as a foundation, this is the “vision” of the future Cleveland set forth in the Connecting Cleveland 2020 Plan:

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Fragmented landscapes The rise of Landscape Urbanism and the threat it poses to the continuously connected city Academy of Urbanism, London 14th December 2011 Tim Stonor Architect & Town Planner | Managing Director t.stonor@spacesyntax.com @Tim_Stonor

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Suppressed movement economy. Enhanced movement economy. Main street, mixing global & local movement. Fast highways, separating global & local movement. Urban challenge #1 Fast highways replacing main streets

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Urban challenge #2 The rise of fragmented urbanism © Stoss

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The continuously connected city The largest object of human creation

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There’s no denying it! Cleveland has shrunk!

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86% manufacturing job losses

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Reconnecting Cleveland to the Water

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15,000 Vacant Buildings

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1,000-2,000 Demolitions Annually

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Transforming vacant lots

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26,570 foreclosures (2006-2009)

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Targeting Urban Agriculture

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…..a city with densely built, mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods connected by greenways and complemented by urban gardens and open space amenities

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Space Syntax Limited © 2010 Tim Stonor Fragmented landscapes Issues in North American urbanism

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“The cities will be part of the country; I shall live 30 miles from my office in one direction, under a pine tree; my secretary will live 30 miles away from it too, in the other direction, under another pine tree. We shall both have our own car. We shall use up tires, wear out road surfaces and gears, consume oil and gasoline.” Le Corbusier The radiant City

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02 September| European Ecocities| Christian Werthmann Linz Solar City

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Ebbsfleet, Kent Fragmented urbanism Source: Land Securities

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6.5 billion 2010 World Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population 3 billion 2010 Urban Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population 3 billion 7 billion 2010 2050 Urban Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population 3 billion 7 billion 2010 2050 Urban Population 1 billion 2010 Informal Urban Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population 3 billion 7 billion 2010 2050 Urban Population 1 billion 3 billion 2010 2050 Informal Urban Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population 3 billion 7 billion 2010 2050 Urban Population 1 billion 3 billion 2010 2050 1.5 billion 2010 Middle Class Informal Urban Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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6.5 billion 9 billion 2010 2050 World Population 3 billion 7 billion 2010 2050 Urban Population 1 billion 3 billion 2010 2050 1.5 billion 2010 2050 Middle Class 4 billion Informal Urban Population Source: UN-Habitat, Goldmann Sachs Courtesy: Christian Werthman

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Fragmented urbanism = more congestion

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Unplanned settlements as fragmented urban places

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Beijing CBD Networked landscape CAUPD © 2009

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Tim Stonor Architect & Town Planner | Managing Director, Space Syntax Twitter @Tim_Stonor Blog www.timstonor.com LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/timstonor t.stonor@spacesyntax.com www.spacesyntax.com

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