Message - Re: New Urban parking design

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Posted by  BGV Architects on March 26, 2003 at 04:37:51:

In Reply to:  New Urban parking design posted by Asylum-Saver on March 24, 2003 at 17:54:37:

Well, Maybe you might think about surface parking as a system of occupation and not as an association of repetitive urban elemments (such as trees and white lines). If you imagine a big area with no elemments, a totally free space, the first driver that parks there will conditionate the second one, and so one. There is and existing logical process inherent the occupation system, that one must repeat the last parking event. Maybe you could base your proyect, not on lines or tree, but maybe on elemments (like at the eg of the first car of the system) that conditionate the occupation system. This might be called flexibility... I don't know, What do you think?

Sorry about my english, I'm from Spain.

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