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Future Shape Magazine is your friendly travel and architectural magazine in a casual way. Explore places and desire and how you can enjoy it. Future Shape Magazine is also a student work for Project 3 DAB525 Unit (Architecture & The City) within Architectural Studies, Creative Industries Faculty at QUT. note: Future Shape Magazine is under the name of Future Shape (Of) Architecture.

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  • FUTURE SHAPEMAGAZINELebanon missouri edition

    THE ULTIMATE SURVIVAL TIPS IN LEBANON MISSOURI

    T h e f a m o u s c o m m e r c i a l s t r e e t - s j e f f e r s o n avenue

    DESIRE: DRIVING OR WALKING?

  • FOREWORD

    contents

    the brief history

    Lebanon (Zip Code 65536) is one of the cities from Missouri State, Laclede County. The city is quite

    small within 14.7 sqm with around 14700 Population (2000 Census). The City originally named Wyota, but it

    was renamed due to respect to the minister Lebanon, Tennessee. The City development started in 1800s and it

    is very related with the railway. Although, the writer will more focus on the relations between the City and Route

    66 as part of the historic and iconic of Americans.

    Route 66, probably is the one thing that never

    detached to the City that goes along the journeys.

    From Illinois to California, probably the City that

    always be a transit place is Lebanon. As it stated in

    the website of Lebanon (n.d: lebanonmissouri.org) A

    road has always run through Lebanon means that

    there will always be peoples (Route 66 Travellers and

    Interstate Road) who stop by either to have a fresh

    sleep or seeking for another experience.

    In some way, The City of Lebanon itself has

    quite small area within a quite huge needs and

    desire. The question is, how do they act as a

    pitstop for travellers while at the same time they

    have to accommodate the natives itself? This issue

    will be discussed in the next article and includes the

    writers analysis. Hopefully this information gives a

    clear description of the city and how it relates to

    bigger context.

    WELCOME TO FUTURE SHAPE MAGAZINE!

    FUTURE SHAPE MAGAZINE is your friendly travel and architectural guide in a casual way. The magazine gives information about the desire of particular city and how you can enjoy it.

    his magazine is part of the Project 3 of Architecture & The

    City unit (DAB525). This magazine titled Future Shape as

    it has the vision to analyze particular place and shape it

    within the architectural - urban context for the future. This

    magazine suitable for any kinds of people such as

    Architects, Traveler, Transient Traveler, Backpacker,

    Students, or Visitors. The contents various in the mixture

    between set drawings (diagrams), images, and narrative.

    Hopefully, this magazine gives the future envision about

    the uniqueness of particular city and eager us to visit

    them.

    Future Shape Team.

    Muhammad Rihanza Fadlitya, N8505314

    T

    A road has always run through Lebanon

    1

    THE BRIEF HISTORY

    CITY & DESIRE

    WHAT TRAVELERS NEED

    Walking or Driving?

    The CarparksRelat ions between Carparks, Building, Street, people Walkability

    Our Town, Your Town

    Survival TipsServices Available

    In conclusion

    1

    2

    3

    4-5

    6-788

    9

  • FOREWORD

    contents

    the brief history

    Lebanon (Zip Code 65536) is one of the cities from Missouri State, Laclede County. The city is quite

    small within 14.7 sqm with around 14700 Population (2000 Census). The City originally named Wyota, but it

    was renamed due to respect to the minister Lebanon, Tennessee. The City development started in 1800s and it

    is very related with the railway. Although, the writer will more focus on the relations between the City and Route

    66 as part of the historic and iconic of Americans.

    Route 66, probably is the one thing that never

    detached to the City that goes along the journeys.

    From Illinois to California, probably the City that

    always be a transit place is Lebanon. As it stated in

    the website of Lebanon (n.d: lebanonmissouri.org) A

    road has always run through Lebanon means that

    there will always be peoples (Route 66 Travellers and

    Interstate Road) who stop by either to have a fresh

    sleep or seeking for another experience.

    In some way, The City of Lebanon itself has

    quite small area within a quite huge needs and

    desire. The question is, how do they act as a

    pitstop for travellers while at the same time they

    have to accommodate the natives itself? This issue

    will be discussed in the next article and includes the

    writers analysis. Hopefully this information gives a

    clear description of the city and how it relates to

    bigger context.

    WELCOME TO FUTURE SHAPE MAGAZINE!

    FUTURE SHAPE MAGAZINE is your friendly travel and architectural guide in a casual way. The magazine gives information about the desire of particular city and how you can enjoy it.

    his magazine is part of the Project 3 of Architecture & The

    City unit (DAB525). This magazine titled Future Shape as

    it has the vision to analyze particular place and shape it

    within the architectural - urban context for the future. This

    magazine suitable for any kinds of people such as

    Architects, Traveler, Transient Traveler, Backpacker,

    Students, or Visitors. The contents various in the mixture

    between set drawings (diagrams), images, and narrative.

    Hopefully, this magazine gives the future envision about

    the uniqueness of particular city and eager us to visit

    them.

    Future Shape Team.

    Muhammad Rihanza Fadlitya, N8505314

    T

    A road has always run through Lebanon

    1

    THE BRIEF HISTORY

    CITY & DESIRE

    WHAT TRAVELERS NEED

    Walking or Driving?

    The CarparksRelat ions between Carparks, Building, Street, people Walkability

    Our Town, Your Town

    Survival TipsServices Available

    In conclusion

    1

    2

    3

    4-5

    6-788

    9

  • CITY & DESIRE

    WALKING OR DRIVING?

    Probably it is a common issue that mobility is an important role of the city. Mobility is a vein for the City as it activates the city.Mobility can be achieved through Walking, Driving, Public Transportations and etc, but the site itself should accommodate the runs of transportation such as Street, Main Road, Interstate, and for bigger context is a City Layout itself. In this case, refer to the City Layout of Lebanon. The Layout of the City consists of grids, which is artificial layout for the City. (refer to city grid)

    The fun fact of Lebanon is they dont have a public transportation. Or probably they have one but it is not official from the City Council. Based on direct observation, there is no indication of Bus Stops, or Bus Way around the City. On the other hand, based on data (n.d ;city-data.com) Modes Of Transportation To Work the most preferred mode is driving by car alone with the number of 9897 Population (53%) and compared to least preferred mode walk which only 293 Population (2%) from the whole Population. (refer to chart)

    So, the early conclusion will tell that the desire of the city itself is to use car everywhere.

    To analyze this type of behavior, the writer focus on the particular element which is S Jefferson Avenue. The reason why the writer picks this spot is because it is the commercial area for the City. It has most services that the city needed. This street is also considered as the busiest part of the City. It intersects with Route 66/I-44 and as main road to enter the City from Route 66. Thus, one of the unique issue is the area has lots of Car Parks which the writer believes that it has the relation with the desire of the City. (refer to Particular Place)

    4533112324452931,918

    3,626

    701,530

    9,897

    Drive a car (53%)CarpooledTrolley BusStreet CarTaxiWalk (2%)MotorcycleBicycleOtherAt Home

    *note that the pie chart is self reproduced by the writer and it has different number of percentage compared to the source. The writer believes that the miss-ca lcu la t ion comes from the source because the new chart is generated using capable data software

    City Grid

    Particular Place

    S JEFFERSON AVENUE

    CASE STUDY

    THECARPARKS

    Based on the calculation, the percentage between

    the Parking Spaces and the footprint of the

    building is between 65% by 35%, which is quite

    significant. (refer to Parking Space Map)

    Within the large Parking Space, I think it is not

    really hard to get into the particular building

    because it can be easily accessed and it has

    appropriate dimensions. Even though not much

    people will perform walking to transport to other

    buildings, but the dimensions of pedestrian walks

    are still appropriate and easy to access. (refer to

    street sections)

    Parking Space Map for S JEFFERSON AVENUE

    As it stated before that most of people keen to drive a car by themselves and lots of Parking Spaces around the particular area supports it.

    S JEFFERSON AVENUE

    W HAYES STREET W HAYES STREET

    Street Section facing S JEFFERSON AVENUE

    Street Section facing W HAYES STREET

    So, it is clearly described that the large amount of Parking Spaces are to accommodate the most p r e f e r r e d m o d e s o f transportation, but in the same way its not limiting the p e o p l e w h o k e e n t o perform walking to other places.

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  • CITY & DESIRE

    WALKING OR DRIVING?

    Probably it is a common issue that mobility is an important role of the city. Mobility is a vein for the City as it activates the city.Mobility can be achieved through Walking, Driving, Public Transportations and etc, but the site itself should accommodate the runs of transportation such as Street, Main Road, Interstate, and for bigger context is a C