Presentation on theme: "The design of design: A systems approach to Integral Planning and spatial Design in the Dutch Southwest Delta (IPDD) 2 nd European Forum for Studies of."— Presentation transcript:
The design of design: A systems approach to Integral Planning and spatial Design in the Dutch Southwest Delta (IPDD) 2 nd European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation June 12 th -13 th 2012, Karlsruhe, Germany Bonno Pel, Jurian Edelenbos & Arwin van Buuren Erasmus University of Rotterdam (NL), Dep. of Public Administration, Governance of Complex Systems Research Group
Contents 1.The need for integrative planning & design 2.The IPDD triangle: Design of design 3.The Dutch Southwest Delta: towards complexity-sensitive Delta management 4.Towards integrative planning & design
1.The need for integrative planning & design Deltaworks: engineering the Delta Yet unintended side-effects; continuing challenges of safety, freshwater, ecology Deltaprogram: towards new water system ( ) IPDD: towards new integrative delta management Acknowledging composed nature and complex dynamics of delta areas… Anticipating future transformations and transitions … New demands on form, function and role of spatial design in integrative delta area development?
3.1 The Dutch Southwest Delta: towards a methodic for complexity-sensitive Delta management SWDelta as CAS: Co-evolving subsystems Substrate, networks, occupations -> System evolution & transitions
3.2 Towards a methodic for complexity- sensitive Delta management Methodic reflection Retrospective analysis Scenarios Design Regional concepts Design Local concepts International comparison
Stedelijke patronen Waterbouw en waterhuishouding Bodem & waterEcosystemen Verkeers- en transportnetwerken Landbouw Havens, industrie Recreatie, toerisme Energie Systeem ZW delta tot ca – de dynamische ( & dichtslibbende) delta Vele lokale initiatieven Historical transitions I
Historical transitions II
Historical transitions (III)
4. Towards integrative planning & design Geography underrepresented in socio-technical transitions studies… Spatial preoccupation in design & planning… Towards integrative system models? Diversity of system understandings (scale/time/dynamics/sector- orientation)… Towards layered spatial concepts? Design in complex, dynamic environment… Reinvention of ‘inquiring design’?