A landscape framework for the dispersed Oslo metropolis
MetadataShow full item record
The dispersed condition of the Romerike region has ancient roots, and the area has sought after qualities for main groups of newcomers. The region is currently under a planning regime of transit oriented, polycentric development, which aims to concentrate growth in a few selected nodes. This thesis utilize the dispersed model as a premise to explore how the landscape can accommodate a new paradigm of public transportation, and how a continuous model of dispersion may be anticipated through a strategy which is anchored in the logic of the landscape.