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CARRYING CAPACITY

GROUP 2
Ayson, Brenna Celine R.
Dela Vega, Gail
Pura, Camille Alyssa C.
Shi, Shirley
CARRYING CAPACITY
The maximum number of individuals that can be supported sustainably by a
given environment

If carrying capacity is exceeded, the population declines because its


environment can no longer support the excess numbers

Resource ----------- Population


NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY

DILIMAN

MAGINHAWA
STREET
NATIONAL
CAPITAL Manila
Quezon City
REGION Caloocan
Las Pinas
QUEZON Makati
Malabon
CITY Mandaluyong
Marikina
DILIMAN Muntinlupa
Navotas
MAGINHAWA Paranaque
Pasay
STREET Pasig
San juan
Taguig
Valenzuela
NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY

DILIMAN

MAGINHAWA
STREET
NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION Most populous city in PH

QUEZON Largest city in Metro


Manila in terms of land
CITY area

DILIMAN Most populated local


government unit in the
MAGINHAWA country
STREET
6 districts > 142
barangays
NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY

DILIMAN

MAGINHAWA
STREET
NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY Located at the center of
southern Quezon City
DILIMAN Government offices and
educational institutions
MAGINHAWA
STREET Mostly residential
NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON BARANGAY:
CITY
UP VILLAGE
DILIMAN
TEACHERS VILLAGE EAST
MAGINHAWA SIKATUNA VILLAGE
STREET
NATIONAL BARANGAY:

CAPITAL UP VILLAGE
REGION
TEACHERS VILLAGE EAST
QUEZON
SIKATUNA VILLAGE
CITY

DILIMAN

MAGINHAWA
STREET
NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY BARANGAY:

DILIMAN UP VILLAGE

MAGINHAWA TEACHERS VILLAGE EAST

STREET SIKATUNA VILLAGE


NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY BARANGAY:

DILIMAN UP VILLAGE

MAGINHAWA TEACHERS VILLAGE EAST

STREET SIKATUNA VILLAGE


NATIONAL
CAPITAL
REGION

QUEZON
CITY BARANGAY:

DILIMAN UP VILLAGE

MAGINHAWA TEACHERS VILLAGE EAST

STREET SIKATUNA VILLAGE


PHILCOA
MAGINHAWA STREET
Located near UP Diliman campus in UP DILIMAN
QMC
Quezon City, Maginhawa Street is a
residential area. But now, the street
has become a haven for refreshments UP
VILLAGE
and relaxation and has sometimes
been referred to as the melting pot
street of cuisines. KRUS
NA
Has approximate distance of 3 kilometers LIGAS

SIKATUNA
VILLAGE
SITE ANALYSIS
preliminary phase of architectural and urban
design processes

taking an inventory of site elements and analyzing


these factors relative to its carrying capacity
NATURAL SURFACE FEATURES:

SUN PATH

N
NATURAL SURFACE FEATURES:

WIND PATH

N
NATURAL SURFACE FEATURES:

TOPOGRAPHY

N
NATURAL SURFACE FEATURES:

HYDROLOGY

N
NATURAL SURFACE FEATURES:

FLOOD
HAZARD

N
BUILDING TYPE
& ZONING
LEGEND

Residential
Commercial
Mixed Used
Institutional
Vacant/ Under Construction

N
VEGETATION

N
MAGINHAWA STREET
FACTORS affecting the RESOURCES
Days of week (Tues-Sun)
Time of day (12nn-12am)
Location
Commercial area
Parking area
Ongoing construction of bdlgs

SENSORY DATA: NOISE RESOURCES


MAGINHAWA STREET
FACTORS affecting the RESOURCES
Days of week (Tues-Sun)
Time of day (12nn-12am)
Location
Commercial area

SENSORY DATA: OLFACTORY RESOURCES


MAGINHAWA STREET
FACTORS affecting the RESOURCES
Mostly residential buildings (4-6
storeys)
Commercial buildings (2-4
storeys)

SENSORY DATA: SIGHT RESOURCES


MAGINHAWA STREET
TRAFFIC FLOW

N
URBAN DESIGN ELEMENTS
Buildings (residential and commercial)
Open Public spaces (food parks)
Transportation (public and private)
Adjacent streets
Landscapes (softscapes and hardscapes)
Utilities
SPECIFIC ISSUES THAT
POSE PROBLEMS
Unzoned commercial areas
Adhering to occupancy requirements
Change of zoning type through time
(from residential to commercial or
mixed-use building)
Lack of parking spaces
Lack of street lights
Lack of open public spaces
SPECIFIC ISSUES THAT
POSE PROBLEMS
Width of sidewalks vs density
Obstacles between sidewalks (parked
cars, posts, trees)
Economic issues
HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN INTERFACES
Human Interfaces Non-human Interfaces
Food parks Interior design and materials
Commercial establishments that offer Architectural character
social activities Ambiance
Bazaars Cars
RECOMMENDATIONS
Parking building/s

Installation of street lights

Pedestrianization (widening and landscaping sidewalks)

Transport terminal

Buffer zones
References
https://www.populationmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/D20Carryingcapacity.pdf

https://www.scribd.com/doc/204563528/History-of-Maginhawa-Street-1

http://quezoncitycouncil.ph/ordinance/SP/sp-2200,%20s-2013.pdf