Archinect - 360 ° Livable Urbanism 2020-08-15T01:50:57-04:00 The effects of Peripheralization - the relation between core and periphery Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-10-12T11:33:42-04:00 >2018-11-29T17:31:03-05:00 <p>The definition of peripheral areas the term of periphery is linked with economic perspective of centre and periphery as two opposite poles. This relationship is based on the social inequity and unfair distribution of political power. This polarization can be seen in many European countries that in recent years experienced tension between regions in terms of a polarization between dynamic and growing metropolitan areas and rural regions with shrinkage and decline and increasing inequalities between rich and poor neighbourhoods (K&uuml;hn 2014). </p> <p>Historically urban and rural areas were perceived with binary and contradictory logic (Painter 2007). Core-periphery development models were made during the 20th century to describe uneven economic relations between different regions. These economic models and theories were based on the Keynesianism and aimed to explain the market imbalances (Bla&#382;ek and Uhl&iacute;&#345; 2011). </p><figure><p><a href=";w=1028" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src=";w=514"></a></p></figure><p><br></p> <p>Crucial distinguishion was made by Friedmann (1973) who named these regions as a ...</p> Phenomena in peripheral and rural areas- Differences between rural and urban regions Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-08-05T13:45:49-04:00 >2018-01-30T06:16:04-05:00 <p><em>From the sociological perspective rural and urban creates two different lifestyles and sets of values. The rural and urban way of living can be defined. It is more a theoretical concept than a complete reality but it is still an important part of living in rural areas.</em></p> <p> </p> <p>Distinguishing between rural and urban way of living is connected with emerging cities in the 19th century due to industrial revolution. Rural way of living was dominant and natural for majority of people. Due to industrialization and urbanization people started to move from small villages to big cities. Sociologists and psychologists noticed several changes in the people&rsquo;s behavior and started to deeply study a new emerging way of living. </p> <p> </p> <p>T&ouml;nnies (1887) was the first one, who tried to define a community and who deeply studied differences between rural and urban way of living. He called them Gemeinschaft a Gesellschaft. Gemeinschaft is a traditional rural community characterize by close relations, society formed ...</p> An ongoing iterative adaptation in the theoretical and practical perspective of planning Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-06-23T17:59:00-04:00 >2017-06-28T03:01:03-04:00 <figure><figure><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src=""></a></figure></figure><p><em>Planning practitioners have not always used the planning theory in practice as they have been drawn to the existing conflicting interests and a more practical learning by doing method in relation to the world. The amount of theoretical approaches is wide and is usually reflected by the professional background of thematic specialization. The society is constantly changing and evolving through time depending on several aspects. </em></p> <p><em>It is essential to ask if planners have to stridently follow the norms in the society or if we actively should critically adapt and reinvent planning practice based on experiences evolving along planning process?&nbsp;&nbsp;</em></p> <p><strong><em>Numerous of understandings and perspectives on best-practice planning </em></strong></p> <p>Allmendinger argues for several basic principles on theories. The theories will always be based on a normative adaption related to the values and applied within a social or historical context. He argues furthermore, that the social and historical context cannot remove the princip...</p> The rational and strategic thinking of the interdisciplinarity in urban planning Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-05-15T09:08:49-04:00 >2020-02-11T14:01:10-05:00 <p><em>The scientific theory is essential in terms of examining different problems in the society. To know how to approach a problem and built up an argumentation in relation to the planning outcome. The theory is vital due to the conscious of the planner to have a factual argumentation and ethic relational to the practice of the government.</em></p><p><em>But in practice it is hard to grasp the complexity and dynamic of planning as the process spans over numerous disciplines. So how can we as planners in practice comprehend the multidisciplinarity in planning with an open-mind towards a better development of our cities?&nbsp;</em></p><p><strong>Insight to rational planning theories </strong></p><p>In a historical perspective the rational theories have emerged after the great depression and the industrialization. The experiment after the great depression was primarily guided by the Keynesian economics. The planning process was discussed in terms of the functionality. The discussion was debating on how the society should rebuild the environment a...</p> Reaching long last durable developments by a complementary balance between rational and pragmatic solutions Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-05-09T06:27:00-04:00 >2017-05-15T00:17:06-04:00 <p>P<em>ragmatic solutions learning by doing is an iterative process to make changes in a critical and realistic perspective. This is the opposite of rationality that is more based on methods to the absolute true in an objective perspective. The communicative planning of pragmatic solutions is much more related to the different interest, understandings and values based on a qualitative method to build a consensus and building in relation to the reality as a social construction. </em></p><p><em>How do we as planners actively involve the public and the private sector to sustain advantageous planning processes that include the people? Can communicative planning help to deliver a better planning development? Can&nbsp;we actually&nbsp;combine the pragmatic solutions with the rational method?&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</em></p><p><strong>Planning as a collective process of facilitation</strong></p><p>The communicative planner role is a facilitator and moderator of the planning process to build up trust and network between the different actors and stakeholders. The role is grounde...</p> The peripheralization on the edge of Denmark: Place-based development in a local context Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-05-03T08:01:00-04:00 >2019-05-15T02:31:04-04:00 <p><em>Urbanization had become a significant phenomenon world-wide rapidly escalating. As a consequence, people are moving from the peripheral areas into the cities leaving the areas into unsettle dust areas. </em></p><p><em>The undertaking phenomenon of urbanization has a drastic impact on the development of the peripheral areas. It generates an intensifying shrinkage effect impacting the peripheral context with a declination in jobs, businesses, higher aging population and unpolluted houses. Without any confrontation from the government, municipality and the local public the phenomenon can become an undesirable ongoing spiral.&nbsp;</em></p><p><em>To face these trending challenges of urbanization we have to ask our self how to address them? Is it possible to change the dynamics of the evolving process of peripheralization and actively using the place-based context to sustain the development and quality of life?</em></p><p><strong>A dynamic shift in the mobility of people&nbsp;</strong></p><p>The peripheralization is a complex and dynamic process that transfers cap...</p> Planning for knowledge‐based urban development: From a national and global perspective Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-04-12T06:10:00-04:00 >2018-08-18T13:01:04-04:00 <p><em>The world is constantly changing through different cultural factors such as religion, ideology, values, and preferences. In the planning field the cultural changes has a big influence on how the urban, regional and national planning practice is implemented and funeralized into the system. It is significant to understand, how such culture arise from the differences in planning culture meaning the collective philosophy and leading approach of professional planners? </em></p><p><em>How can such professional cultural planning practice be formed in the society? Furthermore, it can be asked if the planning culture is native and unchallengeable, or instead developed with social, political and economic variations internal and perhaps external, within and outside the national borders of the specific country.</em></p><p><em>If there are external factors related to the cultural planning practice, is there then a global interconnection in the trade capital flows, labour migration and technological connectivity?&nbsp;And do the tec...</em></p> The role of the urban planner in the modern society as an active implementer bridging facilitation and consensus building Mikkel Sølbeck 2017-04-08T01:00:50-04:00 >2017-05-29T22:16:04-04:00 <p><em>The role and nature of planning in the humanity have a very noticeable influence on the development of our system mutually funded socially, economically and environmentally.&nbsp; The planner has to be conscious about the potential outcome of the process of building policies and developing the city landscape in order to take the full responsibility of the planning. But how do we as planners in practice cope with the mixture of different interest, values and contextures? </em></p><p><strong>Multifarious process with many beliefs and perceptions </strong></p><p>The process of development is not without restrictions and barriers with plenty of factors influencing the development as a result making the planning progression sometimes complex. The process is multifarious involving numerous of interest, values and sectors that have to fully consider implementing synergy and accepting political context.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>The political context is not continuously durable as it relies on many beliefs and interest in order to obtain consensus. Ever...</p>