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This book brings together the papers presented at the Smart and Sustainable Built Environments Conference, 2018 (SASBE).This latest research falls into two tracks: smart and sustainable design and planning cities; and the technicalities of smart and sustainable buildings. The growth of smart cities is evident, but not always linked to sustainability. This book gives an overview of the latest academic developments in increasing the smartness and sustainability of our cities and buildings. Aspects such as inclusivity, smart cities, place and space, the resilient city, urbanity and urban ecology are prominently featured in the design and planning part of the book; while energy, educational buildings, comfort, building design, construction and performance form the sub-themes of the technical part of the book.

This book will appeal to urban designers, architects, urban planners, smart city designers and sustainable building experts.


Prof. dr. ir. Rob Roggema is currently Professor of Sustainable Urban Environments. He is a Landscape Architect and an internationally renowned design-expert on sustainable urbanism, climate adaptation, energy landscapes and urban agriculture. He has previously held positions at universities in the Netherlands and Australia, State and Municipal governments and design consultancies. Rob developed the Swarm Planning concept, a dynamic way of planning the city for future adaptation to climate change impacts.Rob is the leader of the Urban Research Network and focuses in his research on resilient and smart urbanism. He is also leading the Sydney Urban_Institute in Sydney, which will research and implement intelligent solutions for current and future urban problems.Rob has designed and led over 30 design charrettes around the world, involving communities, academics, governments and industries in design processes for more resilient communities. He has written three books on climate adaptation and design, four on Urban Agriculture, and one each about design charrettes, Rio's FoodRoofs and Design for Recovery in Japan.

Anouk Roggema is a Linguistics student at the University of Amsterdam and owner of AF-Wordsmith. AF Word-Smith AF is an accurate and quick service for all your translation and editing work. My name is Anouk Roggema and I grew up in both the Netherlands and Australia. Because of this I write fluently in both languages. I am a linguistics student at the University of Amsterdam and love to work on language and texts. There is nothing better than transforming and translating an existing text into a catchy and comprehensible text. This brings language alive. Anouk has edited the volume of Smart and Sustainable Built Environments for Springer and translated the inaugural Lecture 'ReciproCity-Giving more than taking'.


Part I: Design and Plan for Smart and Sustainable Cities

Chapter 1 Introduction

Rob Roggema

Chapter 2 Towards integration of smart and sustainable cities

Rob Roggema

Part II: The Resilient City

Chapter 3 Resilient spatial planning for drought-flood coexistence (dfc): outlook towards smart cities

Nguyen Quoc Vinh and Tran Thi Van

Chapter 4 Globalization and transformations of the city of Sydney

Shahadad Hossein

Chapter 5 Post-earthquake recovery in Nepal

Rupesh Shrestha (TH Köln -University of Applied Sciences & Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust -Nepal), Alexander Fekete (Institute of Rescue Engineering and Civil Protection, TH Köln -University of Applied Sciences) & Simone Sandholz (United Nations University for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), Bonn)

Chapter 6 Analyzing the potential of land use transformation in the urban structuring and transformation axes in São Paulo: a case study in the Belenzinho neighbourhood

Rafael Barreto Castelo Da Cruz, Karin Regina De Castro Marins, Larrisa Santoro Dias Macedo

Part III: Urbanity

Chapter 7 implementing a new human settlement theory: strategic planning for a network of circular economy innovation hubs

Steven Liaros

Chapter 8 Density and quality of life in Mashhad, Iran

Fereshteh Moradi, University of Technology Sydney and Rob Roggema, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

Chapter 9 Deep renovation in sustainable cities: zero energy, zero urban sprawl at zero costs in the abracadabra strategy

Annarita Ferrante, Anastasia Fotopoulou, Lorna Dragonetti, Giovanni Semprini

Part IV: Smart Cities

Chapter 10 Application of fuzzy AHP for ranking and selection of innovation in infrastructure project management

Mohammadali Nokhtedan, Mohammad Reza Zare, Johnson Adafin, Suzanne Wilkinson, Mehdi Shahbazpour

Chapter 11 The role of smart city initiatives in driving partnerships: a case study of the Smart Social Spaces Project, Sydney Australia

Homa Rahmat, Nancy Marshall, Christine Steinmetz, Miles Park, Christian Tietz, Kate Bishop, Susan Thompson, Linda Corkery

Chapter 12 Enabling smart participatory local government

Tooran Alizadeh, Somwrita Sarkar, Sandy Burgoyne, Alex Elton-Pym, Robyn Dowling

Chapter 13 Data management using computational building information modeling for building envelope retrofitting

Taki Eddine Seghier, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Lim Yaik-Wah, Muhamad Farhin Harun

Part V: Urban Ecology

Chapter 14 Australia's urban biodiversity: how is adaptive governance influencing land-use policy?

Hugh Stanford, Judy Bush

Chapter 15 Mapping the permeability of urban landscapes as stepping stones for forest migration

Qiyao Han, Greg Keeffe

Chapter 16 Contemporary urban biotopes: lessons learned from four recent European urban design plans

Martin Knuijt

Chapter 17 The influence of landscape architecture on landscape construction health and safety

John Smallwood

Part VI: Space and Place

Chapter 18 A multi-criteria decision analysis based framework to evaluate public space quality

Peijun He, Pieter Herthogs, Marco Cinelli, Ludovica Tomarchio, Bige Tunçer

Chapter 19 Factors influencing urban open space encroachment: the case of Bloemfontein, South Africa

Lindelwa Sinxadi, Maléne Campbell

Chapter 20 Urban agricultural practices in the megacities of Dhaka and Mumbai

Tazy Sharmin Momtaz

Chapter 21 Re-imagining Urban Leftover Spaces

Jasim Azhar, Morten Gjerde, Brenda Vale

Chapter 22 A new model for place development bringing together regenerative and placemaking processes

Dominique Hes, Cristina Hernandez-Santin, Tanja Beer, Lewis Lo

Part VII: Inclusivity

Chapter 23 Public participation: A sustainable legacy for Olympic Parks

Eveline Mussi, Christine Steinmetz, Catherine Evans, Linda Corkery

Chapter 24 Adaptation of participatory method in design for/with/ by the poor community in T...

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Titre: Smart and Sustainable Cities and Buildings
Code EAN: 9783030376352
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 667
Parution: 11.05.2020
Taille de fichier: 25.1 MB