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Santiago deseado 3D Simulator

Based on an urban planning study, a consortium of French companies has developed a 3D simulator of the sustainable city of the future for the city of Santiago in Chile. This decision-making tool makes it possible to visualise the impacts of a possible coverage of the Autopista Norte-Sur, an urban highway which currently constitutes a major urban spatial divide that the Municipality would like to mitigate.

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    Informations

    Type of projectUrban planning study
    ProgrammeComputing tool
    Contracting authorityMinistry of Economy and Finance
    ArchitectArte Charpentier

    LocationSantiago, Chile
    Completion date2015
    Surface areaStudy: 350ha, Masterplan : 23km²
    Partner architectArchitecture-Studio

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    Santiago deseado is a unifying tool combining a global vision of objectives and targeted thematic and geographical actions.

    Antonio Frausto, associate architect / Arte Charpentier

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    Santiago deseado 3D Simulator Santiago, Chile - 2015

    Concept

    The Study and the project:

    The study district, which covers several hundred hectares and has a population of ten thousand, is located in the heart of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago, in the municipality of Santiago. It is crossed from north to south by the urban highway “Autopista Norte-Sur”, known beyond the Chilean borders as the Pan-American Road, which currently constitutes a major urban spatial divide that the Municipality would like to mitigate. The City’s project to cover this axis could then be the catalyst for a real metamorphosis of the heart of the city of Santiago.

    Creating new soils and weaving a new urbanity is the ambitious and structuring approach that is the starting point for the development of the Sustainable City Simulator.

    A strong collaborative approach between the municipal teams and the multidisciplinary project team developed throughout the project. The sustainable city is built with the decision-makers of the country, and with a team always attentive to the expectations and needs of the local contracting authority.

    Objectives:
    – To design a support tool for decision-making for a local contracting authority on a real urban development project
    – To develop a virtual 3D model on the scale of the city, the neighbourhood, the block or the building, to both visualise this urban development project and all its components (urban transport, building, water, air, waste, energy) illustrated by solutions from the French subsidiary of the Ville Durable, and to observe its impacts on the city.

    Methodology:

    1st phase: analysis of the existing buildings, identification of the issues and strategic orientations leading to the definition of a dashboard for the tool.
    – Based on a global diagnosis, modelling the territory, its components, its major infrastructures, its flows;
    – Construction of an urban eco-design approach and sustainability strategy translated into a “Sustainable City” dashboard for the project.

    2nd phase: urban proposals and the integration of innovative solutions for the sustainable city, with associated performance indicators and visualisation in the 3D simulator.
    – Integration of innovative solutions that enrich urban development scenarios;
    – Evaluation of performance simulations within the Simulator.

    The entire approach is structured on the basis of a study framework consisting of the Keys of the Sustainable City. These keys have the particularity of have been being designed as strategic keys for the reading of current urban issues. They are transversal, usable for the analysis of all cities:
    – Urban density: optimising urban density;
    – Social equity: promoting social equity
    – Economy and employment: developing the economy and employment
    – Citizen connectivity: connecting citizens and new technologies
    – Cultural identity: promoting cultural identity
    – Nature in the city: setting up nature in the city
    – Use of resources: promoting the sustainable use of resources
    – Quality of life: minimising urban disturbances;
    – Risks and climate change: addressing natural hazards and climate change
    – Urban security: fostering a sense of security amongst city dwellers
    – Sustainable mobility: organising active and sustainable mobility;

    The Group:

    The consortium in charge of the realisation of this 3D simulator was co-led by ARTELIA (representative) and VEOLIA, and also included the French companies SIRADEL (innovative SME specialising in production, 3D geographical data editing and interactive simulation and visualisation platforms), ARCHITECTURE-STUDIO and ARTE CHARPENTIER.

    Programme

    Organisés autour d’un espace commun identifié comme une rue intérieure réalisée en double hauteur, les différents espaces de formation pouvant accueillir jusqu’à 300 étudiants sont répartis sur 2 niveaux :
    • 7 salles de cours,
    • 9 laboratoires,
    • une salle d’analyse sensorielle,
    • un knowledge center,
    • un espace de coworking,
    • un back office et des locaux administratifs.
    • Un espace de vente à emporter
    • et 2 restaurants ouverts au public, également en double hauteur, complètent les espaces de formation dédiés aux étudiants.
    Au sous-sol se trouvent des espaces de réception, de réserves, de stockage, de mise en place et un parking de 54 places.

    Equipe

    Contracting authority
    – Contracting authority: Ministry of Economy and Finance

    Project management
    – Group representative: ARTELIA
    – Architect and urban planner: Arte Charpentier (Antonio Frausto)
    – Partner architect and urban planner: Architecture-Studio
    – Water and waste management: VEOLIA
    – 3D digital modelling: SIRADEL

    Informations

    Type of projectUrban planning study
    ProgrammeComputing tool
    Contracting authorityMinistry of Economy and Finance
    ArchitectArte Charpentier

    LocationSantiago, Chile
    Completion date2015
    Surface areaStudy: 350ha, Masterplan : 23km²
    Partner architectArchitecture-Studio

    Santiago deseado 3D Simulator

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