Future Trajectories of East Manchester
This project uses future scenarios identified by the MCC for 2027 and the Government Office for Science for 2040-2065 to create an interactive digital tool, allowing the modelling of future scenarios in them. The diagrammatical image shown illustrates Policy H1 which states there should be approximately 40 units per hectare. I will aim to abstract the site more realistically to explore the concept of spatial distribution and density through such futuristic scenarios. Future scenarios suggested by the Government Office for Science for instance are, ‘The Fortress City’, ‘The Liveable City’, ‘The Digital City’ and ‘The Green City’.
Manchester School of Architecture. MArch Program. CPU (Complexity Planning & Urbanism)
Students: Patrick Lyth
Supervisors: Ulysses Sengupta, Rob Hyde, Deljana Iossifova
24 April 2015
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