Non-Urban Ports

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Show simple item record Lamila Simisic; International University of Sarajevo 2013-05-30 10:12:08 2013-06-26T07:13:49Z 2015-11-23T16:17:45Z 2013-06-26T07:13:49Z 2015-11-23T16:17:45Z 2013-06-26
dc.description.abstract Non-Urban Ports is a research paper, which investigates revival of the negative elements of the city network into the positive ones. In the city structure objects of the past find themselves in the Digital Era, to which the most vital ones will adjust. But what to do with the non-adjustable parts of city and how do these parts affect the entire network? There are numerous researches of the patterns, either ones found in nature or artificial ones that behaves like biological ones. If we try to understand patterns, their initial idea and their behaviour, we may be able to design a new architectural forms and networks in which these forms occur. If the cities of Digital Era emerging as information network system, starting point of this investigation can be information understood as physical form. This will help us to invent pattern for architecture but also to map genesis of information inside of that pattern. The information flows and the idea is not to stop its flow, but to create route, that will afterwards create net. Due to fluid nature of information, the fundamental particularity of these new forms and networks should be ability to re-build, re-use, re-generate and re-define itself! This paper focus on the question how to adapt existing network systems to continuously match the flow of information and at the same time keep the integrity which will allow the urban network to transmit the information to the other network, as well as to transform and evolve it in that process.
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dc.language en
dc.publisher International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design
dc.source International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design; First International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design
dc.title Non-Urban Ports
dc.type Peer-reviewed Paper

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