Monday 21 August 2017

STARKORE CITY A MIRROR OF DIMENSIONS ON THE GROUND

 Habitation is created with transportation that serves spatial structures. Village, town and city urban designs therefore must be created to align geographic landscapes with observed phenomena and solar events. Such cultural acknowledgements should become markers of urban design engineering and theology futures for village, town and city society advancement. The sun is the theme that links man’s earthly creations with the heavens.

 To honor and connect summer and winter solstices with autumnal and vernal equinoxes to geography, substantiates markers for seasons and growth cycles. More than these principles the basics of community relationships should evolve into benchmarks for days of worship, holidays, yearly celebratory and religious events.

 Settlements of the future should now be framed in advance by calculations with sun relationships to implement horizon diagramming with aspects of precession, nutation and refraction in concert with geographic and topographic surroundings.

 Terrestrial and astronomical relationships can be envisioned with geographical information systems in two and three-dimensional landscapes. Spatial attributes are required for 3D structures to serve both utility and human activities. Further theoretical modeling to integrate the architecture of objects placed into an ecological environment suggests intersections with elevation above sea level and longitude/latitude points that must consider surrounding topographical obstructions.  Such configurations must be connected with overlays of celestial pathway events that all have time specified frames.

 Consideration in any such proposed physical environment should inventory all organic and cultural preferential associations. Assessing the variety of structural framework hypothesis of land planning positioning for intentional village settlement pattern orientations, it is most important to situate physical growth and change structures somewhat in harmony with Natures immediate surroundings. Shifting terrains natural slopes and azimuth are quantified costs for energy requirements and should be minimized in all future urban development.

 The present knowledge of locating man made structures in a larger geographic landscape should not place a new village, town or city without consideration of earthquake faults, flood zones, landslides, river courses, acquifers, swamps, volcanoes, rising sea levels, desertification, ground subsidences and natural wind phenomena.

 Village, town and city urban design alignments should not be arbitrary but intentional in orientation to the sun in order to become part of a balanced ecological setting that supports the urban population inside a measured cosmological framework. This is a transformational shift that should be possible with urban designers, developers and authorities for a enlightened new urban morphology.

 The sun is life and light. One cannot forget or ignore the power it delivers. One has ignored for some time that the sun is the fundamental source for architecture and urban design. The sun is crucial in many aspects that should now become part of the process of city design and development. The crucial fact is that integration of our spiritual core must now coincide with cosmology as a principal frequency and wave dimensional guide to define communities, societies and culture.

 Starkore City has introduced a paramount veneration of the sun’s authority. Reducing food vulnerability by association with agricultural cycles, should be closely integrated into a network of shortened pedestrian distances compatible to and from urban footprint placement.

 Graham Kaye-Eddie

M.U.D.           513 words      1/27/15

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