En mötesplats i staden: En studie om social hållbarhet

Detta är en M1-uppsats från Jönköping University/JTH, Byggnadsteknik och belysningsvetenskap; Jönköping University/JTH, Byggnadsteknik och belysningsvetenskap

Sammanfattning: Purpose: Today, there are common places in cities that were once used for social interactions but no longer fulfil these functions. This has led to the loneliness of the population as well as unused places. The aim of the study is to create a design model that will achieve social sustainability in public places. The model will then be used as a basis for two design proposal in Jönköping Method: The methods used in this research are case studies in form of observation and site analysis based on Jan Gehls’ 12 quality criteria and a survey for public opinion. Findings: The survey resulted in a design model that was based on Gehl's 12 criteria and the public's priorities and preferences. The model contains the nine most prioritized criteria and various aesthetic principles as well as activity-based functions. The model can be used as an aid in early planning of public places to achieve social sustainability. Developed design proposals have been designed to test the model's usability and provide an illustration of what public space can look like. Two proposals were presented when considering the design model. The first proposal for a future esplanade and the second for an already existing square. Implications: This study has contributed to the knowledge of how public places should be designed for social interactions to take place again with the help of the developed design model. Limitations: One of the limitations that has made the study more difficult has been the Covid-19 pandemic that went on for most of the study. The given time period has been another limitation which has affected the completeness of the study. Keywords: Public places, quality criteria, squares, design model, social sustainability

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