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The temporary use as a strategy for transforming the space of contemporary cities. Space transformations supported by the purposeful application of temporary use, based on a case study

Szaton Karolina Marta ()
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Szaton Karolina Marta: Department of Urban and Spatial Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland

Miscellanea Geographica. Regional Studies on Development, 2018, vol. 22, issue 4, 231-236

Abstract: Temporary use as a subject of work should be understood as temporary development or use of land and facilities, in a way that allows the best use of spatial resources at a given time and place. The author takes up the topic of temporary use being an intentional element of strategy in the design and planning of space. Analysis of practical applications focuses on the depiction of models of design and planning processes, the element of which is the temporary use of space and overall transformation processes, as well as features and functions of temporary uses. The researched practices concern processes composed of various elements, eg mutual relations of temporary use with permanent development. The analysis of good practices indicates a significant strengthening of the potential for temporary use, if it is implemented through a network of broad connections and the integration of various activities and environments.

Keywords: Temporary uses; tactical urbanism; pop-up city; urban renewal; city planning (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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