The aspiration of the team was to create a new ‘inner city’ district with high density development creating an urban district rather than a suburban having as a focus point an extremely high level of accessibility by public transport as well as accessibility for prams and wheelchairs which is excellent. Design process The biggest challenges according to CABE was the decontamination of land, land reclamation and relocation of a large number of small low-grade industrial businesses such as car breakers and scrap yards, which is an ongoing and expensive process. The idea was to exploit the unique opportunity to expand the inner city with water as a central focus for the development, whilst at the same time transforming an old port and industrial area into a modern city district. It also tries to ensure that a variety of different architects would be involved by dividing the whole area into sub-areas, each of which was the subject of a collaborative design process. The network of green spaces and parks is planned properly, providing a range of environmental and health benefits and making the area extremely attractive to residents. Residents separate their waste with color-coded biodegradable bags that are fed into chutes to a vacuum-sorted underground waste removal system. The scale of development varies from four to five storeys along Sickla canal and six to eight storeys along the main corridors.

The network of green spaces and parks is planned properly, providing a range of environmental and health benefits and making the area extremely attractive to residents. According to this masterplan the arae is divided into twelve sub-districts, which are being implemented as a series of development phases. The natural landscape has been used in the design of public spaces, especially in the waterfront area. Community provision in the area includes a modern glass church building, two state schools years , one private school, one pre-school and nursery, one GP practice, a library, a sports centre, a ski-slope, a football pitch and a basketball court. The programme includes targets for sanitization, use of brownfield land, provision of public transport options to discourage car use, energy consumption, recycling of water and waste. Evaluation Hammarby Sjostad is a remarkably successful new urban neighbourhood, combining high quality public realm a building design with a diverse range of shops, services and facilities.

Hammarby Sjostad Eco-Community Sweden. Description The project’s geographical context provided the basis for the development of the masterplan.

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Hammarby Sjostad makes the most of its waterfront setting and location. Residents separate sjosta waste with color-coded biodegradable bags that are fed into chutes to a vacuum-sorted underground waste removal system. The development has its own ecosystem, known as hammarbu Hammarby Model. Community provisions which according to CABE are provided by the new suburb includes a modern glass church building, two state schools yearsone private school, one pre-school and nursery, one GP practice, a library, a sports centre, a ski-slope, a football pitch and a basketball court.

The concept for a new district in this location was born in the early s. According to the code, courtyards and open spaces need to be clearly defined as public and private space.

A network of varied parks, green spaces and walkways runs through the district as well as pedestrian walks, quays and linear cwse across the waterfront and giving access to the residents towards the boat moorings in the summer.

Sewage is processed to become fuel for cooking, buses and autos in the car pool. Traditional Stockholm inner-city character 2.

Bicycles can be taken on board. A number of different methods have been used in order to reach residents and businesses, including exhibitions, a website and a newsletter. Search the CABE website archive. The residential districts adjacent to the main spine follow a grid structure with a semi-open block form, which allows for maximum light and views as well as providing open access to the courtyards of residential blocks.

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According to this masterplan the arae is divided into twelve sub-districts, which are being implemented as a series of development phases. Public- private areas building types. Posted by dimitris at The library was the most frequently used service in the area, hammaarby by hairdressers and dry cleaners.

Then, a consortium of developers and architects are invited to take forward the development of each plot or individual building, in order casee ensure architectural diversity, within the proposed code. Three new bus routes and one night bus also serve the area.

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The website is also used as a tool for consultation and lobbying, for example residents have been invited to submit views on transport provision, which could then be used as a basis for lobbying Stockholm Transport to improve services further – this exercise has been extremely successful, and the Glass House has plans to roll it out to cover a range of other issues.

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The homes are oriented to maximize natural light and to allow access to outside space which includes parks and footpaths throughout the development. Other design principles that are important according to the design code are: A network of varied parks, green spaces and walkways runs through the district. It also tries to ensure that a variety of different architects would be involved by dividing the whole area into sub-areas, each of which was the subject of a collaborative design process.

Residents Survey A residents survey responses undertaken in revealed that: Design principles The city has a traditional Swedish structure which it has been combined with a new architectural style that responds to the specific waterside context. Community provision in the area includes a modern glass church building, two state schools yearsone private school, one pre-school and nursery, one GP practice, a library, a sports centre, a ski-slope, a football pitch and a basketball court.

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Birch trees create the landscape for a beautiful waterfront park and rocky oak-woodland defines the edge of the district. Scale, order and variation – density guidelines are set out but an emphasis on maintaining quality and variation is also articulated. Pedestrian boardwalks, quays and dase parks provide a varied perimeter to the waterfront and residents have access to boat moorings in the summer.

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By far the most successful form of outreach has been the website, which receives an average of 9, hits per day. According to this survey: Finally, residents have access to a car-pool sjosad the area.

The aspiration of the team was to create a new ‘inner city’ district with high density development creating an urban district rather than a suburban having as a focus point an extremely high level of accessibility by public transport as well as accessibility for prams and wheelchairs which is excellent.

There are between 20 to 25 cars in the pool and residents have joined the scheme to date.