This masters thesis aims with a phronetic scientific approach to support an emerging planning movement in its pursuit to accelerate a regenerative paradigm shift within the planning of the built environment. It does so through a five-day participatory ethnographic case study of the everyday life in the community Permatopia, and two complementary interviews and a netnographic study of an Instagram profile. By combining theories of Performance studies and Planning in an analytical model, and utilizing the theory of liminality as its primary analytical prism, it discovers that the interrelation of everyday practices, social narratives and the social construction of place are closely associated with the inhabitant’s experience of everyday momentum of the regenerative planning movement. The thesis theoretically suggests that the social construction of liminal place has contemporary relevance as an important constituent for the progress of the regenerative planning movement, and proposes an emerging regenerative view of nature characterized by action-orientated everyday life activism through a sensuous embodied relationship to nature.
|Uddannelser||Plan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||2 feb. 2019|
|Vejledere||Aslak Aamot Kjærulff|
- Regenerativ planlægning