By Danbi J. Lee, Eduardo Dias, Henk J. Scholten
In Europe, the rising self-discipline of geodesign used to be earmarked through the 1st Geodesign Summit held in 2013 on the GeoFort, the Netherlands. the following researchers and practitioners from 28 diversified nations accrued to interchange rules on tips to merge the spatial sciences and layout worlds. This e-book brings jointly reports from this foreign staff of spatial planners, architects, panorama designers, archaeologists, and geospatial scientists to explore the idea of ‘Geodesign thinking’, whereby spatial applied sciences (such as built-in 3D modelling, community research, visualization instruments, and data dashboards) are used to respond to ‘what if’ inquiries to layout choices on points like city visibility, flood dangers, sustainability, monetary improvement, heritage appreciation and public engagement. The publication bargains a unmarried resource of geodesign conception from a ecu viewpoint via first introducing the geodesign framework, then exploring a variety of case reviews on fixing complicated, dynamic, and multi-stakeholder layout challenges. This ebook will attract practitioners and researchers alike who're eager to carry layout research, clever making plans, and consensus construction to an entire new level.