Civic Nature
Map: population of Moscow districts Map: population of Moscow districts
Population map for each administrative district in Moscow.1
1. Original data from “Otsenka chislennosti postoyannogo naseleniya Moskvy na 1 yanvarya 2017 goda,” Mosgorstat, published April 20, 2017, http://moscow.gks.ru/wps/wcm/connect/rosstat_ts/moscow/ru/statistics/population/.
Diagram: residential commons Diagram: residential commons
Diagram for a study of commons around residential buildings.
Bar chart: reasons for contacting building management Bar chart: reasons for contacting building management
The most common reasons for contacting property management in a City of Moscow resident survey.2 The term “participants” refers to those who self-identified as actively involved in the management of their apartment building and its premises.
2. For the original data, see “Rezul’taty i vyvody sotsiologicheskogo issledovaniya: ‘Mneniye moskvichey o kachestve vneshnego blagoustroystva i ozeleneniya gorodskikh territoriy, 2010,’” DZhKKhBGM, accessed August 15, 2013, http://dgkh.mos.ru/directions-of-activity/oprsy-residents/rivbl2010.doc.
Rendering: courtyard building design
Floor plan, cross section and axonometric projection from a student project by Daniel Lenz of Darmstadt University.3
3. Reproduced from Günter Pfeifer and Per Brauneck, Courtyard Houses: A Housing Topology (Basel: Birkhäuser Verlag, 2008), 52–53.
Diagram: survey sample Diagram: survey sample
Diagram of property management characteristics for the population sample of a resident survey.4
4. For the original data, see Peter Sigrist, “Governing the Commons Around Urban Homes” (PhD diss., Cornell University, 2015), 239.
Graph: number of passengers on the Tvärbanan line tram Graph: number of passengers on the Tvärbanan line tram
Redesigned graph from a study of the Hammarby Sjöstad residential development in Stockholm.5 The data points were recorded annually on an averate winter day.
5. See Nicole Foletta, “Hammarby Sjöstad,” in Europe’s Vibrant New Low Car(bon) Communities, ed. Nicole Foletta and Simon Field (New York: Institute for Transportation & Development Policy, 2011), 33.
Logo variation: Polis International
Logo variation for Polis. Wahid Seraj designed the original logo in 2009.
Notes
  1. Original data from “Otsenka chislennosti postoyannogo naseleniya Moskvy na 1 yanvarya 2017 goda,” Mosgorstat, published April 20, 2017, http://moscow.gks.ru/wps/wcm/connect/rosstat_ts/moscow/ru/statistics/population/.
  2. For the original data, see “Rezul’taty i vyvody sotsiologicheskogo issledovaniya: ‘Mneniye moskvichey o kachestve vneshnego blagoustroystva i ozeleneniya gorodskikh territoriy, 2010,’” DZhKKhBGM, accessed August 15, 2013, http://dgkh.mos.ru/directions-of-activity/oprsy-residents/rivbl2010.doc.
  3. Reproduced from Günter Pfeifer and Per Brauneck, Courtyard Houses: A Housing Topology (Basel: Birkhäuser Verlag, 2008), 52–53.
  4. For the original data, see Peter Sigrist, “Governing the Commons Around Urban Homes” (PhD diss., Cornell University, 2015), 239.
  5. See Nicole Foletta, “Hammarby Sjöstad,” in Europe’s Vibrant New Low Car(bon) Communities, ed. Nicole Foletta and Simon Field (New York: Institute for Transportation & Development Policy, 2011), 33.
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