Apres - beijing studio 06 migrational fields neeraj bhatia marissa cheng jiang yang liu peng liz nguyen friday 14 july 2006 migrational

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Unformatted text preview: beijing studio 06 [ migrational fields ] neeraj bhatia ¡ marissa cheng ¡ jiang yang ¡ liu peng ¡ liz nguyen friday 14 july 2006 migrational fields 11.307 beijing urban design studio neeraj bhatia, marissa cheng, jiang yang, liu peng, and liz nguyen beijing studio 06 [ migrational fields ] neeraj bhatia ¡ marissa cheng ¡ jiang yang ¡ liu peng ¡ liz nguyen 1 : the urban-rural threshold The proposal for the site is to create an exchange between the rural workers and urban inhabitants by creating a new village centered on new forms of high density agricultural production. Sustainable farming of food, energy, clean water and air is proposed along the greenbelt creating a productive space that bleeds into the site. New forms of farming and education provide a venue for migrant workers to increase their skill set allowing for urbanization and exchange. [ migrational fields ] ¡ ¡ ¡ liu peng ¡ liz nguyen beijing studio 06 neeraj bhatia marissa cheng jiang yang the urban-rural threshold / social [1] transform urban and rural lifestyles. The site acts as an incubator for the integration of urban and rural lifestyles. It provides a forum for city residents (i.e., artists, sociologists, ecologists, historians, etc.) and migrant workers to share aspects of their lifestyles (economic and social), creating a hybrid between rural and urban forms of living and working. beijing studio 06 [ migrational fields ] neeraj bhatia ¡ marissa cheng ¡ jiang yang ¡ liu peng ¡ liz nguyen the urban-rural threshold / natural [2] sustainable infrastructure. The site is part of a larger system of sustainable infrastructure tied to the greenbelt, which has the potential to be a productive space – providing areas to farm food, clean water, clean air, and energy. The site draws on the greenbelt, as well as the canal system, the wetland, and the housing typology, to maximize its that potential. Agricultural farming will be integrated into the housing typology, providing space that residents can use to produce goods for the market. beijing studio 06 [ migrational fields ] neeraj bhatia ¡ marissa cheng ¡ jiang yang ¡ liu peng ¡ liz nguyen the urban-rural threshold / infrastructure [3] station as collector and distributor. The station is an essential exchange point, drawing and distributing traffic to and from the road and subway systems, parks, water, historic axis, and local community. A market area mediates the space between the station and housing. The training and learning center, located above the station, provides an active mixing point with a regional reach. programs within the station ¡ market (food and crafts in summer, crafts and light industrial products in winter) ¡ processing area ¡ transport hub for goods distribution ¡ restaurants ¡ farm equipment manufacturing ¡ training school/high-tech farm lab (located above the station) ¡ productive workshops programs in winter ¡ arts/crafts ¡ woodworking shop ¡ printing press ¡ high-tech agriculture ¡ internet businesses [ migrational fields ]...
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Apres - beijing studio 06 migrational fields neeraj bhatia marissa cheng jiang yang liu peng liz nguyen friday 14 july 2006 migrational

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