워킹투데이 - 도시의 삶과 노동, 그리고 민주주의 : 위치로그 : 태그 : 방명록 : 관리자 : 새글쓰기
워킹투데이 - 도시의 삶과 노동, 그리고 민주주의 블로그에 오신것을 환영해요^^
생각 대로 살지 않으면 사는 대로 생각하게 된다. --스콧 니어링
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출처: http://transstudio.com/infratecture/1l1.html

A Master's Thesis in Architecture at Rice University by Blaine Brownell.

Capitalism and neo-capitalism have produced an abstract space that is a reflection of the world of business on both a national and international level, as well as the power of money and the ‘politique’ of the state. This abstract space depends on vast networks of banks, businesses and great centres of production. There also is the spatial intervention of highways, airports and information networks. In this space, the cradle of accumulation, the place of richness, the subject of history, the centre of historical space, in other words, the city, has exploded. (Henri Lefebvre)

Introduction
As a way to alleviate record levels of urban congestion in Japanese cities, urban planners have developed extensive land reclamation projects in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, and other major ports. Initially planned as centers for heavy industry and distribution, these landfill sites are gaining popularity as new live/work environments. Without the geographical constraints and overwhelming density of the mainland, these zones serve as a veritable tabula rasa for new waterfront development.
The port of Nagoya offers a particularly promising site for new city planning, as it has remained largely untouched by the kind of less-than-successful new projects built in Tokyo and Osaka. However, current plans for a highly sophisticated enterprise zone complete with a new international airport, train terminals, office parks, housing blocks, and hypermarkets are characterized by the all-too-familiar imagery of the outdated Western city plan (as has already been implemented in Tokyo and Kobe).


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