Monday, August 27, 2012

Human Scale Design in Central Honolulu Part 2
Reclaiming the King-Beretania Corridor for People in the McCully-Mo’ili’ili Neighborhood
By Alex Broner For Part 1 click here.
What can be done?
This report is intended to define the problem, highlighting some specific aspects of non-human scale design in McCully Mo’ili’ili, and identify some potential solutions. The actual implementation of solutions is a more involved process requiring communication and negotiation with multiple stakeholders. Nevertheless, if we don’t have any idea of what the end product is it’s hard to convince people to get involved at all and harder still to figure out what to do.

1.  The role of streets
Social activity
Janh Gehl describes street activities as fitting into three categories:

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