Spatial (re) development between intrests and identity: pheriphery as a strategic polygon in metropolitan area
Tutor / director / evaluatorBru Bistuer, Eduard
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
Peripheries with their possibility for new spatial interventions, good infrastructural level and open borders for active grand scale investment represent most vibrant parts of metropolitan areas in light of globalization, new global city concepts and new global geography networking on urban space level. Supports for main urban concepts represented in downtown area (typical mono- functional subjects) in period of global economy were converted in active multitask zones with its own spatial and physical characteristics. Subjects without identity (no-identity) become leaders of global identity issues for motherboard urban structure, new potential for actual and future spatial redevelopment and most important strategic projects. Peripheries with new physic - spatial concept represents pivot points for actual claims in urban managing and spatial redevelopment (global capital and high-level investments, new urban population and city administration managing). It is very important to make a correct cooperation which will enable an attractive free market game and at the same time high quality and the best possible appropriate spatial concepts in case of citizens and existing architectural and urban values. Actual and future strategic project in suburban zones can move completely metropolitan area in level of first category global cities with all recognizable and unique inter-scale spatial redevelopment.