New “urban model” has been appeared in our modern era that demands new approach of the urban management. The dominance of architecture and built- against natural environment was undeniable in the past century, so the urban dwellers became increasingly disconnected from the nature. The architectural language has been changed in the modern cities and contains within itself the elements of nature. That is how a symbiosis between architecture and nature has been formed. The vegetation on and around our buildings can be more than just an optional ornamental extra but a multi-functional layer that controls surface water, contributes to the clean air, provides food and wildlife habitat and keeps us fit and sane. In developed countries, thanks to the EU directives and the environmental crisis, the city has been started seeing as a complex organism with its ecosystem. The aim of these cities is to leave the smallest ecological footprints and to maintain the biodiversity. This trend has contributed to spread out also the concept of “smart city”. A smart city is an urban development vision, that improve quality of life by using urban informatics and technology. The sustainable city model require a new approach of urban management with panoramic, trans-disciplinary thinking and coordinated actions. I believe, that just with radically change of thinking and method can lead us to reach the smart city, that the digitalization methodology may give us. BIM (Building Information Modeling) helps to create urban landscape 3D models, support the intelligent urban and spatial planning with 360o analysis of the projects and all related factors during their whole life cycle, gives the possibility of environmental simulations and to evaluate the design alternatives. Many different BIM software exist and allow: the realization of threedimensional-intelligent models, also with the help of photogrammetric surveys made by drones; point clouds; smart spatial and urban planning; terrain modeling; design of the urban landscape and manage of the nature in it. The goal of this paper is to launch a debate about the utility of modern technics and BIM for the maintenance, the monitor and development of the urban ecosystem to get “smart cities”.
|Titolo:||Modern management of nature in the city|
CARONTE VEISZ, ADRIENN (Corresponding author)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||04b Atto di convegno in volume|