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Pärnu jõeäärne planeering

Titma, Timo (2013) Pärnu jõeäärne planeering. [thesis] [en] The Riverside Development Project in Pärnu.

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Abstract

Käesoleva planeerimisprojekti lahenduse uudsus peitub vahelduvas ning huvitavas elukeskkonnas, kus kõik linnale vajalik on kompaktselt koos. Planeeritavat ala ilmestavad mitmed nüansid, mis eristavad Pärnut teistest jõeäärsetest linnadest. Planeeringu ettepanekus on olulisel kohal jõe eksponeerimine. Vastupidiselt hetkeolukorrale on pööratud võimalikult palju tähelepanu jõe ja selle ümbruse näitamisele: tervet planeeritavat ala läbivad avarad vaatekoridorid. Lisaks on tähtis infrastruktuuri parendamine ning vanalinna elavdamine: paljud olemasolevad tänavad on vähepopulaarsed ja halvasti läbitavad, kuid nende uuendamise ja muutmisega ühendatakse vanalinn uue jõeäärse keskusega, nii et tänavad suunduvad jõe äärde. Eesmärk on avada suunad jõele ja pöörata tähelepanu „jõelinna“ kujunemisele, milles autor näeb potentsiaali linna uuendamiseks, huvitavamaks ja paremaks muutmises. Samas on hoitud Pärnule iseloomulikku joont: hoonestus on madal ega ületa kontserdimaja ja Pärnu Keskuse kõrgust. Rõhutatud on Pärnule omast rohelust haljastusega tänavatel, hoonete rõdudel ja katuseterrassidel. Esmatähtis on luua inimestele mugav ja huvitav elukeskkond.

Abstract [en]

The given planning project is a thesis for the Faculty of Architectural and Environmental Engineering of TTK University of Applied Sciences, discussing the proposed plan for the riverside area in Pärnu. The area involved is located in the Pärnu city centre, on the southern riverbank seen from the old bridge. The topic for the thesis was chosen based on personal interest and a recommendation from the Pärnu city council to design a detailed plan for the riverside area. The novelty of the given planning project is in the changing and unusual living environment where all necessities and comforts are concentrated in one place. The planned area has many nuances distinguishing Pärnu from other riverside cities. Displaying the river has an important role in the planning proposal. In contrast to the current state, the plan draws a lot more attention to the river and its surroundings: viewing corridors pass through the entire planned area. In addition, improving the infrastructure and livening the old town are of high importance: many of the existing streets are unpopular and inaccessible, so their renewal and alteration would re-connect the old town to the riverside city centre, with the streets leading to the river. The goal is to ease access to the riverbank and focus on developing the “river city” in which the author sees potential to revitalise and improve Pärnu city. However, the features characteristic to Pärnu have been maintained: the buildings are low and do not rise higher than the concert hall and Pärnu Centre. There is emphasis on the greenery distinctive to Pärnu on the streets, balconies and roof terraces. The first priority is to create a comfortable and interesting living environment for the residents.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Tomomi Hayashi
Subjects: Architecture > Applied Architecture > Architectural Composition
Divisions: Institute of Architecture > Applied Architecture
Depositing User: Kaja Lattu
Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2013 13:20
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2013 13:20
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/369

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