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000185808 245__ $$aAn Integrated Planning Concept for the Emerging Underground Urbanism: Deep City Method Part 1 Concept, process and application
000185808 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2013
000185808 269__ $$a2013
000185808 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000185808 520__ $$aFour underground resources have been seen as having a long-term potential to support sustainable urban development: underground space, groundwater, geomaterials and geothermal energy. Utilization of these resources proposes a new paradigm of economic development: underground urbanism. The new management approach named “Deep City Method” is put forward to aid decision-makers to integrate global potential of the urban underground into city-scale strategic planning. The research output will be presented in form of two papers each with a different focus. Part 1 aims to introduce the concept, process and initial application in Switzerland; Part 2 is devoted to show methodological insight for a new zoning policy in China and investment scenarios for project cost viability. This Part 1 paper will begin by presenting the fundamental concept of the Deep City Method, followed by a proposition for a trans-institutional planning process. The application is firstly based on a rating system to identify cities having a potential for underground development. The city of Geneva is selected for conceptual application and strategic level study. Further operational steps are required in order to generalize the concept to other cities around the world.
000185808 6531_ $$aUnderground urbanism
000185808 6531_ $$aDeep City Method
000185808 6531_ $$aIntegrated Planning
000185808 6531_ $$aManagement process
000185808 6531_ $$aGeneva city
000185808 700__ $$0243029$$g194191$$aLi, Huanqing
000185808 700__ $$0240562$$g106040$$aParriaux, Aurèle
000185808 700__ $$aThalmann, Philippe$$g106542$$0243046
000185808 700__ $$aLi, Xiao-Zhao
000185808 773__ $$j38$$tTunnelling and Underground Space Technology$$q559-568
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