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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

AZIM NOORAZMI


HELLO.

AL AZIM BIN NOOR AZMI MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA (MALAYSIA)

alazimn@gmail.com

Azim Noorazmi

Azim Noorazmi

+60 13 4998089

issuu.com/azimnoorazmi


PROFICIENCY

‘A LITTLE BIT ABOUT MYSELF’

name Al Azim Bin Noor Azmi nationality Malaysian

LANGUAGE English Bahasa Malaysia

Leadership

EDUCATION

2015 - 2017

2010 - 2014

Design Competition

Master of Architecture

IIDEX Competition, 2016 (Bronze Medal) PAM Masterclass Design Competition, 2016 (Silver Medal) Perak Forest Reserve, 2014 Facilities (Finalist)

SMK Taman Tun Dr. Ismail Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia

Sketch-up

8/10

9/10

6/10

Photoshop

Indesign

V-Ray

3/10

9/10

6/10

Revit

Microsoft Office

Manual

Freehand Sketch

President of Architectural Workshop 2009

Autocad

WORK EXPERIENCE

Universiti Teknologi Mara, Puncak Alam

Bachelor of Science (Hons.) Architecture

Archicad

Presentation Skills

ACHIEVEMENT

Universiti Teknologi Mara, Seri Iskandar

8/10

Communication

current location Damansara Perdana, Malaysia

9.5/10

Decision Making Creative Thinking

marital status Single

9/10

SOFT SKILLS

date of birth 10th March 1992

about me

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

International Event, 2014

President of Architectural Day

AKP Arkitek Sdn. Bhd. 2014 - 2015

ASSISTANT ARCHITECT. Submitting person,

Damansara Jaya, PJ, SE,

designing link house, part of design team for private

Malaysia

projects and competition, draughtsman, delineation

www.akp.com.my

and technical support.

Main Department Event, 2011

A. Hanapiah Architect Sdn. Bhd. 2013

PARTICIPATION

Solaris Dutamas, KL, Malaysia

COMPETITION Open Ideas Competition Students Youth Dome in Steel, 2017 PAM Masterclass, 2016 Latitudes Design Challenge, 2016 IIDEX UiTM Competition, 2016 Perak Forest Reserve Facilities Competition, 2014

WORKSHOP & EVENT PAM Masterclass 2016 at Taylor’s University, 2016 (Participant) 26TH Architectural Workshop “Tiangseri”, 2014 (Organizer) 25TH Architectural Workshop “Dualisma”, 2013 (Participant) PAM Exhibition at One Utama Shopping Centre, 2013 (Participant) 23TH Architectural Workshop “Terang”, 2011 (Participant)

INTERNSHIP ARCHITECT. Draughtsman, delineation and technical support.

CHARITY & DEPARTMENT EVENT Jiwa Kampung Program at Bagan Dato, Perak, 2011 Lingkaran Integrasi Mahasiswa Senibina (LIMAS) at Bota, Perak, 2011 Knowledge & Understanding of Tropical Architecture & Interior (KUTAI), Kampar, Perak, 2012

PERSONAL INTEREST


YOUTH SIMULATION ON PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY URBAN PLANNING

The declination of youth population has been driven by decreasing numbers of Gen Z & Gen Y dramatically at surrounding perimeter of core and buffer zone of Georgetown. Gentrification by changes in local migration and urbanization due to lack of activities and cost of living which keep increases day by day within the area based on site case study. The number of abandon premises and vacant lot is high. Less community development make the site seems unlivable during certain period of time especially during night. At night is mainly on leisure and prostitution. The cost living is high due to limitation area provided in core and buffer zone. The potential of the site is very rich of history. For example, Love Lane has a strong identity and sense of place. The perimeter is an attraction to the tourist. For business purpose, the site has an economic viability which attract investors locally and internationally. The community has a strong culture but it seems to be unappreciated by the new generation today. The continuity of social lifestyle still remains form the past until now in certain area. As the technology advanced and getting more advance each day, people are becoming more demanding. Architecture needs to allow the public to transform their own environment based on their own thinking by using the same principles or guidelines given. With an injection of surrounding issues such as weather climate, landscape and contour, culture and religion, and many more. This is an opportune time to reflect on the particular gifts young people to contribute to their community as they will use their knowledge and potential to make a difference in their neighbourhood, schools, colleges and communities. This concept is a tool to empower people to transform their own environment where each of knowledge and technology nowadays does not limit us in any way for an innovation of a spaces which will be benefit to future development. This program will practice their own critical thinking and solving the environment problem since the site is protected by UNESCO since 2008. Majority is residential and vacant lots, it gives various way for the youth to improve it. The idea is that it will come from various multiple element that might not fit together but it can be combined into promiscuous hybrids of spaces.

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MASTER’S

URBAN DESIGN

REVISITING GEORGETOWN GENERATING IDEAL MODELS FOR PROMOTING TOURISM FOOTPRINTS IN UNESCO CULTURAL CITY

‘Y O U T H

SIMULATION‘

RECLAIMING MAXIMUM POSSIBILITY TOWARDS BETTER COMMUNITY


SITE PHOTOS

1 Reggae Penang Cafe

1 6 9

Kedai Ubat Eu Yan Sang

10

2 5 3

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legend 1. HOSTEL 2. FACILITY BUILDING 3. RETAIL 4. EQUATOR COLLEGE (ANNEX 1) 5. STUDIO FIRM 6. R&D CENTRE 7. LIBRARY 8. MULTI-PURPOSE SPACE 9. FLOATING MARKET 10. POCKET SPACE

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Lorong Chulia

Bangunan Asas Dunia

existing site Soon Tuck Wooi Kwon

vacant lot at Lorong Pasar

The site is located at the heart of georgetown. It is filled with old shophouses which are mostly labelled by unesco as category 2. The existing shophouses physically along the perimeter of lebuh chulia, love lane and jalan kapitan keling. Georgetown is home to some of malaysia’s most known cities, but rapid growth is turning up the pressure and turn it to become an unaffordable city to live in. Tradisional planning is still relevant to this urban city such as improved road, good infrastructure, but in detailed of neighbourhoods, there is a good case for increased local empowerment. This can help shape the local identity of a place, build shaved-responsibility & reduce the reliance of localgovernment as the sole provider of public spaces.


HYPOTHESIS

FACTS & DATA

The theory is that georgetown needs a new energy that can bring benefits to the city towards archieving the vision of future and technology city. The key tool for this project is “empower the people” by using the guidelines given and their own knowledge to reinvent the collective and reclaim the maximum potential of the local surrounding as highest it possibility can go. Creating new axis from mixed-used shoplots with majority of residential and vacant lots from under-utilised space to new intervention program of youth & culture towards education. Injecting new program for education and hostels for student with enough space and facilitily for daily basis, sport, entertainment and culture purpose for youth, community, tourist to activate the sense of dynamic energy of the place. Creating new landmark of the urban hostels that can inhabitate students, young workers or new-marriage couple to live in georgetown. The purposed build form and open spaces will promote new activities and assembly area that can be suited for both young and community program.

48% TOURISM

15%

EDUCATION 8% HEALTH 12% TREATMENT VISITING RELATIVES & FRIENDS

5%

7%

HONEYMOON

BUSINESS TRAVELLERS

ISSUES

GENTRIFICATION

MEDIA

HOUSEHOLD WITH CHILDREN

43%

22%

14%

14%

HOUSEHOLD WITH CHILDREN

SINGLE/COUPLE HOUSEHOLD

ELDERLY COUPLE WITH MATURE CHILDREN

GROUP OF WORKER

ETHNICITY ETHNICITY

RELIGION RELIGION

73% 73%

13% 13%

7% MULTIPLE FAMILY HOUSEHOLD

10% 10%

4% 4%

CHINESE

INDIAN

MALAY

OTHER

CHINESE

INDIAN

MALAY

OTHER

71% 71%

17% 17%

8% 8%

4% 4%

BUDDHIST

MUSLIM

HINDU

OTHER

BUDDHIST

MUSLIM

HINDU

OTHER

Themalayinsider.com – 4 March 2015 : The Penang Free Wifi project has been upgraded and users statewide can now access the Internet with faster speeds from 512kbps to 1Mbps.

Thesundaily.com - 2 Feb 2015 : The Penang government is seeking public feedback on a plan to improve design planning for the George Town Unesco World Heritage Site. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said the aim is to transform George Town into a CULTURAL & CREATIVE HUB in the South Asian region to attract quality tourism and investment.

LAND USE

21% 17% 0% Commercial

Residential

Institutional

1% Office Building

7%

1%

Industrial

Green Area

The declination of youth population has been driven by decreasing numbers of gen z & gen y dramatically at surrounding perimeter of core and buffer zone of georgetown. There are changes in local migration and urbanization due to lack of activities and cost of living which keep increases day by day within the area based on site case study.

ISSUES 1. People moving out 2. Lack of community activity 3. Decreasing youth population 4. Abandon premises and vacant lot 5. Less community development 6. Cost of living is high POTENTIALS 1. Sense of place & identity is strong 2. Tourism attraction zone 3. Attract investors (Local & international) 4. Continuity of social lifestyle 5. Vacant lots avaibility 6. Economy viability 7. Strong community culture 8. Rich in history 9. Located in centre of georgetown


TARGET USER

ACTIVITIES ON SITE

1. Student

2. Tourist

3. Investor

4. Researcher

5. Local community

LAND USE

6. Intrepreneurs

Commercial Residential Institutional Office Industrial

7. Creative firm industries

MAX BUILDING HEIGHT : 18m

Green Area

STATISTICS 2009

2009

2009

3.1% 2013

40%

24%

7% Business

2013

Residence

2013

Children

2013

2009

13%

0.1% Hotel

2009

2013

2013

Education

2009

2009

2009

14%

8% 2013

Vacant Lot

Senior Citizen

2009

26% 2013

College Student

2013

House for rent


SITE ANALYSIS

1%

Category 1

91% Replacement & Infill

Other Land Use

Core & Buffer Zone

Water body

Open Spaces

Category 1 & Category 2

15%

25%

Eatery

Vacant

12% Hotel & Accomodation

MACRO STUDY

7%

0.6% Art & Culture

0.6% Public Transportation Line

Vehicle Route

Public Building

Main Pedestrian Network

Residential

0.6% Religious Building

Category 1 Category 2 Infill Replacement

Site Area

Built Form

Main Road

Vehicle Route

Building Categories

Population Density

Point of Nodes

MICRO STUDY

Category 2

Permeability Network

Pedestrian Access

Resident Working & Living In Same Premises

Green Area


THEORY

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“It is possible to design a big building that does not reject its context, but MERGES into it, creating places of public interest. Bigness no longer needs the city, it completes the city, it represent the city, it preempts the city, or better still, it is the city. The attraction of bigness is it’s potential to reconstruct the whole, resurrect the real, reinvent the collective, RECLAIM MAXIMUM POSSIBLE.”

- REM KOOLHAS

“Creating architecture that focuses on turning SURREAL dreams into inhabitable spaces. these tools empower people with the tools to transform their own environment, using the same principles as popular computer game minecraft. You can take multiple desirable element that might not fit together, or even seem mutually exclusive like the garden home and the high-rise, and merge them together into a new genre. You don’t have to remain faithful to a single idea, you can literally marry multiple ideas into promiscous HYBRIDS. ”

- BJARKE INGELS

SPACE USAGE

HYBRID FACILITIES

PLANNING SPACE

HYPOTHETICAL PROGRAM

BUILDING USAGE

HISTORICAL GALLERY

1. LODGING SYSTEM 2. PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT

SOCIAL IDEAS

3. CREATIVE ART CULTURE

INJECTING PROGRAM

RECONSTRUCT

PUBLIC REALM USAGE

URBAN FORM

FORM & IMAGES RICH IN CULTURE

RE-SIMULATE

SERVICES / NEEDS

STRUCTURE PHYSICAL

HERITAGE

FORMS, IMAGES, SENSES

SOCIAL SUSTAINIBILITY

P O R O U S WALKABLE CITY CITY

1. Hostels/ Lodging

STRATEGY 1. Strong social networking circle 2. Educated community

2. Communal pockets/ Plaza 3. Boutique hotel 4. Urban gallery 5. Virtual retail

3. Integrating culture 6. Professional studio 4. Virtual networking 5. Research & development 6. Education training & technology

7. Creative studio 8. Transit Hub 9. Eateries 11. Public talk & lecturers

7. Economic stability

8. Healthy lifestyle

13. Affordable home 14. Facade art 15. Sub energy generator

9. Eco-infrastructure 16. Communal social gardening

TARGET USER 1. Student 2. Tourist 3. Investor 4. Researcher 5. Local community 6. Entrepreneurs 7. Creative firm industries

1. MIXED-USE SPACE 2. LINKAGE PERMEABILITY 3. ENVIRONMENT


PRECEDENT STUDIES

EMBT ARCHITECTS

SANTA CATERINA MARKET

BARCELONA The refurbishment of Barcelona’s first covered food market by the architectural practice of Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue was completed in 2005. The old Santa Caterina food market revealed a gleaming, undulating and brightly coloured roof designed to be seen from the air. The roof is attached to the building by a wooden structure, and a vast mosaic of coloured ceramic pieces, representing fruit and vegetables, boldly breaks with the traditional look of a market. The market has always been characterised by a desire to innovate. Santa Caterina Market was built in 1845 to provide the neighbourhood’s blue-collar community with foodstuffs.

BJARKE INGELS GROUPS ARCHITECTS

SUPERKILLEN

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK PUBLIC Superkilen is a half a mile long urban space wedging through one of the most ethnically diverse and socially challenged neighborhoods in Denmark. It has one overarching idea that it is conceived as a giant exhibition of urban best practice – a sort of collection of global found objects that come from 60 different nationalities of the people inhabiting the area surrounding it. Ranging from exercise gear from muscle beach LA to sewage drains from Israel, palm trees from China and neon signs from Qatar and Russia. Each object is accompanied by a small stainless plate inlaid in the ground describing the object, what it is and where it is from – in Danish and in the language(s) of its origin. A sort of surrealist collection of global urban diversity that in fact reflects the true nature of the local neighborhood – rather than perpetuating a petrified image of homogenous Denmark.


URBAN FRAMEWORK

REJUVENATION INHABITABLE CITY FOR YOUTH

THE PROJECT IS A REJUVENATION PROJECT WHICH LINK BETWEEN VARIOUS GENERATIONS IN GEORGETOWN THAT STRONGLY RELATED BETWEEN LOCALS AND UPCOMING YOUTH MIGRATION FROM ALL OVER COUNTRY WITHIN THE GUIDELINE RESTRICTION. HERITAGE SITE IS SLOWLY DEGRATES AND IT NEEDS TO TURNING THE ZONE INTO AN INHABITABLE SPACES WHICH WILL CREATES AN EXCITEMENT AND MORE HEALTHY & ENERGETIC NEIGHBOURHOOD THAT WILL ATTRACTS ‘GEN Z & GEN Y’. THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO PROVIDE A SPACE FOR THEM TO STAY EITHER TEMPORARY OR FOR LONGER PERIOD SETTLEMENT. THE SITE WILL PROVIDE A ANNEX BUILDING CAMPUS WHICH LINK FROM THE EQUATOR COLLEGE OF ART. THIS WILL CREATE A NEW LINKAGE FOR THE STUDENT BETWEEN THE MAIN CAMPUS, ANNEX CAMPUS, NEW HOSTELS, AND NEW FACILITIES PROVIDED WITHIN THE SITE AREA.GEORGETOWN WILL ACT AS A NATION CITY FOR FUTURE TECHNOLOGY HUB. THE BASIC FRAMEWORK STRATEGY MUST BE WELL PLANNED AND ORGANIZED BY ACKNOWLEDGE MOVEMENT FROM THE COMMUNITY, SOCIAL POLITICAL, INFRASTRUCTURAL AND PLANNER ORGANIZATIONS. THE GOAL OF THIS STRATEGY IS TO REDUCE GENTRIFICATION ON GEORGETOWN BY PROVIDING RANGE OF SERVICES AND NEEDS FOR THE STUDENTS AIMED AT RE-INTERGRATING THEM INTO THE COMMUNITY AS POSSIBLE.

Maintain the existing program at ground level.

Insert new program which is dominant on the site.

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THE IDEA OF INVENTED SPACES WITH THE SOCIAL MOVEMENT AIMED AT BRINGING AWARENESS AND RESPONSIBILITY TO URBAN PLANNING DESIGN. IT IS FOCUSED ON RECLAIMING AND UTILIZING UNDERUSED SPACE THAT IS AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE SUCH AS BUILD GARDENS, VACANT LOTS, ROOFTOPS, BILLBOARDS AND EVEN DUMPSTERS, TURNING THEM INTO VIABLE SHELTER OR SPACES FOR PUBLIC BENEFIT. THE FACT THAT GEORGETOWN HAS TOO MANY ABANDONED PREMISES AND VACANT LOT RAISES SOME OBVIOUS QUESTIONS. THE COST OF LIVING WHICH GETTING HIGHER EVERYDAY AND THE FACT OF DECLINATION OF YOUTH POPULATION IN THE PERIMETER MAKE IT CLEAR AS THE ANSWER TO THE QUESTION. TO TACKLE THAT CHALLENGES OF YOUTH POPULATION WE NEED OUT-OF-THE-BOX-THINKING. THE IDEAS THAT PUSH THE BOUNDARIES OF POSSIBILITY IN ORDER TO SPUR CONVERSATION AND PROGRESSIVE SOLUTIONS. BY OCCUPYING PUBLIC SPACES, WE MIGHT CREATING SOME COOL POP-UP LIVING SPACES.

Vacant lot can be re-furnish, extend or reconstruct.

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Existing building is the tallest building within the site

CITY INTERGRATION TOWARDS HERITAGE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Corner building has a strongest potential and act as landmark.

THE CONCEPT OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT BOTH EMBRACED AND REJECTED THE IDEA OF A BALANCE WITH OUR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT. THE REALIZATION THAT NATURE EMBRACES THE CITY HAS POWERFUL IMPLICATIONS FOR HOW CITIES ARE BUILT AND MAINTAINED AND FOR THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE OF EACH RESIDENT. DISREGARD OF NATURAL PROCESSES IN THE CITY IS AND ALWAYS HAS BEEN COSTLY AND DANGEROUS. MANY CITIES HAVE SUFFERED FROM FAILURE TO TAKE ACCOUNT OF NATURAL PROCESSES. WE WITNESS THIS FACT WITH UNPRECEDENTED URBAN GROWTH IN CITIES ACROSS THE GLOBE. WE REALIZE THAT THE PROBLEMS OF CONTEMPORARY URBANIZATION ARE STILL PERSISTENT.


URBAN PARAMETERS

INFILL

ROAD PRIMARY ROAD

SECONDARY ROAD

2.2 m

9.4 m

3.1 m

PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY

405 m2 7290 m3

184 m 3312 m3 2

8m

13 m

8m

203 m2 3654 m3

1.2 m

6.4 m

347 m2 6246 m3

984 m2 17712 m3

11 m

VACANT LOT 179 m2 max volume : 3222 m3

133 m2 max volume : 2394 m3

54 m2 max volume : 972 m3 76 m max volume : 1368 m3

143 m2 max volume : 2574 m3

201 m max volume : 3618 m3 2

292 m2 max volume : 5256 m3

39 m2 max volume : 702 m3

125 m2 max volume : 2250 m3

max volume : 1314 m3

2

172 m2 max volume : 3096 m3

74 m2 max volume : 1332 m3 467 m2 max volume : 8406 m3

52 m2 max volume : 936 m3 73 m2

210 m2 max volume : 3780 m3

100 m2 max volume : 1800 m3 81 m2 max volume : 1458 m3

65 m2 max volume : 1170 m3

38 m2 max volume : 684 m3 141 m max volume : 2538 m3 2

150 m2 max volume : 2700 m3

36 m2 max volume : 648 m3

132 m2 max volume : 2376 m3

94m max volume : 1692 m3 2

210 m2 max volume : 3780 m3

257 m2 max volume : 4626 m3

449 m2 max volume : 8082 m3

1429 m2 25722 m3

116 m2 2088 m3


GENERATIVE TYPOLOGY

URBAN LODGING

COVERED STRUCTURE

STREET/ BUILDING FEATURES

OPEN SPACE/ STAGE/ REALM


MACRO MORPHOLOGY

MACRO MORPHOLOGY

CORE PROGRAM

HOSTEL & LODGING MODULE Revitalizing and Re-adapting Residential Housing. The hostel & lodging module is a social and mobile housing proposal to dentify the greater Georgetown. The homes offer a new relationship between social housing and local environment and try not to destroy the heritage value of the Georgetown itself. It is design to be user friendly, low cost, and environmental friendly in order to suit to any kind of classes or generations of the people in Georgetown whether for the locals or the new comer. The house is act as a parasite which preserve and promote the old heritage shophouses facade and give minimum footprint at land level. The economical features such as water harvesting, energy efficiency, bioclimatic design will be applied.


SUB-PROGRAM

PROGRAMME 1.0 Hybrid Neigbourhood Gardening Aim : To repurpose underutilised spaces for edible of the

gardens and to promotes healthy lifestyle

community in Georgetown.

Target User : Community groups, Students, Property Developers, Government agencies, Local advocates, Local businessman, NGO Neighbourhood gardening is a growing movement to improve access and promotes the locally-grown food in the city. Making it simple, low-cost and user freindly for improvements to the existing streets or underutilised spaces.

SITE ELEVATION

PROGRAMME 2.0 Knowledge Exchange for Community Aim : To strenghten community bond by sharing thoughts and ideas and promotes local intellectuals.

Target User : Community groups, students, local advocates, local businessman, NGO, online entrepreneurs. Knowledge exchange build strong community ties by the programs which are often led by locals, for locals, and celebrate sharing and collaborations. Book exchanges are the best prominent example by promoting literacy and collaborative consumption. As an initiatives can make significant physical contributions too by creating shared public gathering space in urban heritage perimeter.

PROGRAMME 3.0 Local Economic Recharging Aim : To promote economic development & revitalised streets by filling vacant retail space with shortterm, mobile and low cost occupations.

Target User : Student. Creative Industries, com-

munity groups, government, NGO, property owner, urban practitioners The idea of L.E.R is often limited to pop up retail, where companies create an event-like atmosphere in vacant shoplots for a limited time depends on rental rates of the space area used. Common location would be at laneways, car parks and main streets. This program L.E.R as a tool for urban revitalisation in order to promotes local capacity building for powerful long term change!

PROGRAMME 4.0 Energy Generator

PROGRAMME 5.0 Communal Open Spaces

Aim : Reduce amount of energy uses from the capital.

Aim : To connect the community with the places

Target User : Community groups, Students, Property

mark.

Developers, Government agencies, Local advocates, Local businessman, NGO

which act as a meet point, gather space and land-

Target User : Public, student, tourist, community groups,

This program is to generate electricity energy by cycling a bicycle. By reducing the amount of energy usage by the capital, it will save a lot of money and energy consumption towards better sustainable future.

The public will act as a landmark where people can gather or meet. It will promotes the interaction between the community and creates the sense of place.


EXPLODED DIAGRAM

RETURN ON INVESTMENT PREMISES

or VACANT

INVESTOR

PURCHASED

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

ENTREPRENEUR

CREATIVE FIRM

Private Sectors, Local & International

PATRONS & COLLABORATION ADVERTISING

& MARKETING

PROGRAMS & CREATIVE NEIGHBOURHOD

PROVIDING TOOLS & SKILLS

DEVELOPING BUILDINGS

PROVIDING SPACES FOR EVENT

SERVICES

BUILDING FEATURES STRATEGY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Innovative modalities of protection and planning urban heritage Community approaches to and uses of urban heritage City based tourism and visitor economies of urban heritage Urban heritage as a form of social resistance Heritage as city memory Cosmopolitan urban heritage and re-creating identities Global and mega-city competition through heritage Revitalising the city through heritage Sub-urban and sub-altern heritage Urban spaces, traditions and intangible heritage

FUND

KNOWLEDGE & NEEDS PERSONAL INVESTMENT

CAPITAL

BUSINESS USER


TYPOLOGIES

A We are just got married one month ago, we still have a strength and busy working in order to stabilize our finacial dilemma.

Couple / Newly marriage

C There are a lot of us at home. In the new house we have a lot of space and it’s great place for us to be together. We can easily manage our boutique cafe downstairs.

SPORT CENTRE OPTION 1

middle-class family

A i stay here by myself, my office is just nearby within in this perimeter.

Single worker/ private student

D Our college provide us good facilities for our hostel. This space we can easily get together for group discussion among the classmates.

Hostel for student or rental

B We can’t afford to buy landed property. Dad is downstairs working in Bee Ah Tailor. If something happen to us we can easily reach him.

Low-income / Middle-aged couple with family

E When we moved to this neighbourhood there was almost nothing but shophouses. over the years we doing our own business here. As the family grew, our children moved away. The house is too empty and big. Since the youngsters moved this area, it filled with life again.

Old couples with family / OKU with family

STUDIO/ OFFICE

ELEVATED PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY

OPEN STAGE

FLOATING MARKET


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HOSTEL & LODGING OPTION 3


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MASTER’S

HIGHRISE DESIGN

BIO-[X]CELL RESEARCH HUB MALAYSIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY CORPORATION


CLIENT OVERVIEW

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= BIO-XCELL SDN. BHD.

Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd, a joint venture company formed between Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation and property developer UEM Sunrise Berhad in 2009. Bio-XCell offers an environment conducive for the development and manufacturing of biologics, pharmaceuticals, bio-based/ green chemicals and other solutions to heal, fuel and green the world. As a managed park, Bio-XCell will provide its clients and investors with a range of value added benefits including comprehensive infrastructure, high speed internet access, maintenance and security as well as core facilities to nurture the ecosystem.

OBJECTIVE • Act as the central point in providing support, facilitation and advisory • Nurture and accelerate growth of Malaysian biobased companies • Actively promote foreign direct investments in bio based industry • Create conducive environment for bio-based industry YBhg Dato’ Dr Mohd Nazlee Kamal Chairman

Chief Executive Officer Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation Sdn Bhd

PRECEDENT STUDIES

PASONA

VERTICAL URBAN FA R M I N G O F F I C E , J A PA N


DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

1

3

2

5

4

DEVELOP AREA

TOWER & PODIUM PLACEMENT

MAIN ZONES

6

7

ATRIUM

8

SERVICES

DROP-OFF ENTRANCE

11

BUILDING SKIN

9

CURTAIN WALL

12

DOUBLE SKIN FACADE

10

13

RESPONSIVE CONTEXT


SECTIONAL PROGRAM MAPPING


KEY PLAN

LOCATION PLAN

SITE PLAN

T E C H N I C A L C A LC U L AT I O N


SITE ANALYSIS

PROPOSED SITE

DEVELOP AREA

BUILDABLE AREA

PROPOSED DROP-OFF

BASEMENT PERIMETER

QIBLAT

SURRENDER ROAD

GRID BASED ON CONTEXT

TOWER PLACEMENT

PODIUM PLACEMENT

PROPOSED CORE LOCATION

PROPOSED SERVICE ROUTE

NODES

PEDESTRIAN PAVEMENT

PRIMARY ROAD

SECONDARY ROAD

PERMEATABLE NETWORK

EXISTING LANDSCAPE

UNOBSTRUCTED VIEWS

SUN PATH

WIND ROSE

BUILT FORM

NETWORK ACCESSIBILITY

CONTEXT CONNECTIVITY


GROUND PLAN


BASEMENT PLAN

B A S E M E N T L E V E L 1 1

B A S E M E N T L E V E L 2 1


PODIUM PLAN

P O D I U M F L O O R L E V E L 1 1

PUBLIC ZONE

1

PODIUM FLOOR LEVEL 2

PUBLIC ZONE


TOWER FLOOR LAYOUT

O F F I C E L AYO U T L E V E L 4 P R O D U C T / R E N TA L ZO N E

PODIUM PLAN

F LO O R L AYO U T L E V E L 8 E D U C AT I O N Z O N E

PODIUM LEVEL 3 PUBLIC ZONE

S E R V I C E L AYO U T L E V E L 1 3

F LO O R L AYO U T L E V E L 1 4

O F F I C E L AYO U T L E V E L 1 8

F LO O R L AYO U T L E V E L 2 3

SERVICES ZONE

PRODUCT ZONE

L A B O R ATO R Y & E X P E R I M E N TA L Z O N E

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N Z O N E

TO P F LO O R L AYO U T L E V E L 2 5 SKY LOUNGE ZONE


CORE DESIGN

TOWER CORE DESIGN

4TH-12TH, 14TH-24TH FLOOR LEVEL 1:200

BASEMENT CORE DESIGN

BASEMENT LEVEL 1 & 2 1:200

SERVICE CORE DESIGN

13TH FLOOR LEVEL 1:200

PODIUM CORE DESIGN

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 1:200

ROOF CORE DESIGN

25TH FLOOR LEVEL 1:200

PODIUM CORE DESIGN

1ST - 3RD FLOOR LEVEL 1:200


SCHEDULE OF AREA

AERIAL VIEW


SECTION

S E C T I O N A - A 1

S E C T I O N B - B


ELEVATION

F R O N T

E AST


ELEVATION

WEST

R EAR


INTEGRATED SERVICES

F LO O R P L AT E S

FIRE FIGHTING

CORE STRUCTURE

V E R T I C A L T R A N S P O R TAT I O N

STRUCTURAL MEMBER

ELECTRICAL & CO M M U N I C AT I O N

BUILDING ENVELOPE

WAT E R D I S T R I B U T I O N


CUT-AWAY SECTION

EX TERIOR GL A ZING AT FRONT FAC ADE

04

06

20

07

03

08

05 08

02

13 01

17

18

07

19 23

24

25 23

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05

09

12

19

25 21 22

PERFOR ATED AIR FILTERS & GALVANIZED STEEL CL ADDING

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MASTER’S

DESIGN THESIS

This project will investigate the possibility of revive social activities and it’s value to increase the potential of healthy society by propose a space that provide facilities and fighting arena for youth community. The design functions to create a new type of society towards better and healthy lifestyle.

‘M I X E D - M A R T I A L

‘ ARTS

TRAINING & REVIVING CENTRE


INTROduction MIXED-MARTIAL ARTS Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows both striking and grappling, both standing and on the ground, using techniques from other combat sports and martial arts. Originally promoted as a competition to find the most effective martial arts for real unarmed combat, competitors from different fighting styles were pitted against one another in contests with relatively few rules.Later, individual fighters employed multiple martial arts into their style. MMA promoters were pressured to adopt additional rules to increase competitors’ safety, to comply with sport regulations and to broaden mainstream acceptance of the sport. Following these changes, the sport has seen increased popularity with a pay-per-view business that rivals boxing and professional wrestling.

Artwork by Nate Diaz

source : http://malaysianinvasion.com

COUNTRIES REGISTERED BY

DESIGN ABSTRACT The effect of martial arts involvement in general and youth is must. There are several negative effects to personal and social well-being. On the other hand, there is a common belief that martial arts practice is associated with positive socio-psychological outcomes. To date, conclusive evidence regarding the effect of martial arts remains scarce, as not all research findings point in the same direction. In addition, little is known about the way youth experience their martial arts involvement regarding their experiences and views on participation motives, training, competition and behaviour. In general, findings seem to support the relationship between martial arts practice and positive socio-psychological responses. It is concluded that analysing the experiences of youth in martial arts should take different approaches of martial arts practice into their daily basis.


TIMELINE

TYPOLOGIES OF FIGHTING DISCIPLINES

Period of development

3000 b.c

700 b.c

Hieroglyphic inscription engraved at the Great Pyramids

Olympiads at Greece

200 b.c

6. JUDO

3. SILAT

4. JIU JITSU

5. KARATE

7. MUAYTHAI

8. CAPOEIRA

9. WUSHU

10. WRESLING

1960

1983

MMA WEIGHT CLASSES

1997 Introducing Malaysian Development Act

2005

2. TAEKWONDO

•Culture Arts •Wars •Influences •Events

Influenced in Asian region such as China and Thailand

1993

1. BOXING

First docmented use term of Mixed-Martial Arts

2013

2006

FLYWEIGHT 56.7KG

•Media •Bruce Lee as an iconic fighter

Highly developed combat sport by Japanese

2014

BANTAMWEIGHT

•Certified by IMMAF •MIMMA 2 Tournament

FEATHERWEIGHT 65.8KG LIGHTWEIGHT 70.3KG WELTERWEIGHT

2015 MMA reality show first released internationally

MMA become mainstream •MASMAA as official national governing body •MIMMA 1 Tournament

•MIMMA 3 Tournament

77.1KG

MIDDLEWEIGHT 83.9KG HEAVYWEIGHT >83.9KG

present

•MIMMA 4 Tournament

FLYWEIGHT (WOMEN) source : http://malaysianinvasion.com

source : http://malaysianinvasion.

61.2KG

48KG


THESIS STATEMENT The project proposes a training, reviving and motivation centre for youth that encourage mixed-martial art sports amongs them and the public in Malaysia to create a better and productive future community.

Train

Recuit

CUL TIV ATE!

Motivate

Revive

SPACE AS INCUBATOR!


POTENTIALS

1. SOCIAL HARMONY!

2. HEALTHY AND PRODUCTIVE YOUTH!

1. Peaceful interaction of human dynamics among members of a social group among youth.

1. Strengthening the skills of youth so that they know how to effectively make decisions, positively interact with their peers, and act as community advocates.

2. Providing youth with platforms for decisionmaking and encouraging their active participation in creating community change. 3. Providing youth with the information and resources necessary for analyzing issues that affect their lives and environments as well as strategize on ways to act as change agents in their communities.

3. TOURIST ATTRACTION! 1. The potential of small-scale sport event act as a catalyst to the area. 2. People attracted by the games making them to travel abroad, not only spend on the sport events but also bring revenues to local business such as accommodations and foods (Gibson, 2004; Yu, 2010).

2. Providing opportunities to ensure that adolescents and youth progressively develop the knowledge, skills and resilience needed for a healthy, productive and fulfilling life.

60%

3. 60% of youth population will be a future inheritors of fully developed and modern Malaysia!


ISSUES 1. SOCIAL PROBLEMS Good youth gone bad. Young And Certainly Getting Dangerous - Urban youth are exposed to increasing rates of community violence, little is known about what increases risk for violence exposure, what protects children from exposure to violence, and what factors reduce the most negative outcomes associated with witnessing violence. It expands on current research by evaluating the relations between exposure to violence, family relationship characteristics and parenting practices, and aggression and depression symptoms. source : http://malaysiandigest.com/features/523273-young-and-certainly-getting-dangerous-the-rise-of-juvenile-criminals.html

2. BRAIN DRAIN Unproductive generations. Abuse of technologies usage - Malaysia is struggling with the reality of increasing rates of social problems among its youth. Problems arising among the youth are at the alarming state. Main problems like smoking, abortion and drugs abuse are affecting the country’s development. Therefore, it is important to study the social problems among youth in Malaysian and to prevent the social problems from spreading. Most of the youth are using internet to play station game, watch television, and listen to music. The technologies make people life become easier and meaningful. However, the technologies also give negative impacts if the users abuse the technologies. source : http://collegelisted.com/blogs/sample-essays/social-problems-among-youth-in-malaysia

Demotivated!

Lazyness!

Fantasy vs Reality!

Tech* overdosed!

Bad influenced!


ISSUES

3. INADEQUATE FACILITIES Lack of local MMA sports facilities. Low number of local professional/ amateur fighters due to no official centre for Mixed-Martial Arts sports in Malaysia. The number of independant tournament’s space is limited but public participation and interest is increase rapidly. source : http://malaysianinvasion.com

4. OBESITY AMONG YOUTH Lack of activities and sport involvements. Malaysia, known as Asia’s fattest country, recorded an increase in its obesity rate last year, with the latest statistics showing that the overweight and the obese make up nearly half the its 30 million populace. Like so much of the developed world, waistlines have been expanding, but it is the rate at which the kilos have been going on that is alarming the government. Twenty years ago only 4.4% of Malaysians were considered obese. A decade later that

Sport Enthusiast

had jumped to source : http://aljazeera.com

Training centre

? Recuitment Arena

Reviving & Motivation centre

14%.


DATA AND FACTS

1. NEWS AND MEDIA

2. DESIGN GUIDLINES

1. “There are more overweight/obese children than underweight counterparts. What’s more striking, the prevalence in rural areas is as bad as those children living in urban areas.” - Dr Mohd Ismail Noor, 2011.

THE OCTAGON® The 750 square foot Octagon measures 30 feet across and 6 feet high, and was created with both safety and fairness in mind. Its walls and padded surfaces protect fighters from falling out (or getting thrown out). The wide angles prevent fighters from getting stuck in a corner with no way out. Since boxing is fought in a square ring and wrestling in a circle, the Octagon avoids giving any one martial arts discipline the advantage. While a fight is in progress, only the two fighters and one referee are allowed inside the Octagon. Between rounds, both gates are opened to allow the cornermen and cutmen to enter the area. source : http://ufc.com


AIMS AND OBJECTIVES TO CREATE A PROPER TRAINING, MOTIVATION & REVIVING CENTRE FOR YOUTH & MMA SPORTS IN MALAYSIA

WHAT ?

TO PROMOTE MIXED-MARTIAL ARTS SPORTS AND INCREASE

TO ENHANCE THE

PUBLIC INTEREST AND

FUNCTION, LAYOUT,

TO EDUCATE PEOPLE

PROGRAMMES AND

AND INCREASE THE

ACTIVITIES IN SPORTS

AWARENESS OF SELF

CENTRE AND LOCAL

DEFENCE & HEALTHY

TO PROMOTE FURTHER THE DEVEL-

GYMNASIUM

LIFESTYLE.

OPMENT AND RECOGNITION OF THE

AWARENESS.

WHY?

SPORT MIXED-MARTIAL ARTS, ENABLING LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL TO PROVIDE A

COMPETITION THROUGH THE MALAY-

PROPER PLATFORM FOR

SIA MMA ORGANIZATIONS.

The issue of lack of space & facility towards the increasing

MIXED-MARTIAL ARTS IN

A training centre that provide fitness facili-

EDUCATION AND

ties such as gymnasium and fighting arena which

CULTURAL.

can cater mid-range crowd for small tournament and recruitment that comes with reviving centre which provides space n utilities for post-match

+

for the fighter to recover and motivation.

HYBRID FACILITIES SPACE USAGE

STRUCTURE PHYSICAL

participation and interest among the public.

TERM OF SPORT,

WHER E?

WHO?

Bukit Kiara which strategically located beside

SOURCE : http://malaysianinvasion.com/

National Youth and Sports Centre.

SERVICES / NEEDS

Youth PUBLIC ZONE

Students

Public

Professional/ Amateur Fighters

Tourist

Local Entrepreneur


Jalan Bukit Kiara 1

KEY PLAN KUALA LUMPUR

Jalan Bukit Kiara 1

A

Image capture: Oct 2013

© 2016 Google

Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Street View - Oct 2013

BUKIT KIARA

B PETALING JAYA

Image capture: Oct 2013

© 2016 Google

Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Street View - Oct 2013

C Bukit Kiara is an affluent suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The area is in proximity to the suburbs of Bukit

pr im ar y

Damansara, TTDI, Mont Kiara, Sri Hartamas and Bangsar. Bukit Kiara has often been described as the

ro a

d

trails through its characteristic hills. Despite rapid

Site Area

:

4.0 Acre

housing and commercial development in the area, the

Location

:

Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, Bukit Kiara, 6000 Kuala Lumpur,

area is still known as an enigmatic and exclusive area

Malaysia

of Kuala Lumpur. The Securities Commission Malaysia

District

:

Bukit Kiara

headquarters, the National Science Centre, the

Mukim

:

Kuala Lumpur

Educational Technology Division (Bahagian Teknologi

Land Owner

:

Sime Darby KLGCC Development Sdn Bhd

Pendidikan) and Ministry of Youth and Sports are

Land Use

:

Commercial

located here.

Plot Ratio

:

1:6

Width (min)

:

656 feet (200m)

Setback

:

20’ (front), 20’ (rear), 20’ (side)

Plinth Area

:

60%

Land Value

:

-

Landform

:

The area is generally uneven surface. the slope is

proposed site secondar

LAND STATUS

‘green lung’ of Kuala Lumpur, boasting many jungle

SITE SECTION (nts) y road

Convention centre INTAN 5m

Secondary road

Golf club

Buffer zone Proposed site

Primary road

INTAN

gradually decrease towards the main road

(SPRINT HIGHWAY). The area is full with green bushes

and medium height trees.


LAND USE : DBKL

SUPPORTING AGENCIES

Sime Darby Sdn Bhd

PROPOSED SITE

THE ACTIVE ZONE The sport complex that facilitate various types of sports commercially that occupy this zone. Other attractions include:

THE PASSIVE ZONE Nature for this zone featuring unique environmental park and large green area.

1. International Collection 1. Kompleks Sukan Negara KLGCC Resort (Stadium Juara) 2. Sime Darby Convention 2. Mont Kiara Skatepark Centre 3. Badminton Association of 3. Bukit Kiara Resort Bhd Malaysia 4. TPC Kuala Lumpur 4. Jabatan Belia & Sukan 5. Royal Selangor Club Kiara Wilayah Persekutuan Sports Annexe 5. Malaysia Lawn Bowls 6. Institut Tadbiran Awam Federation Negara (INTAN)

Kementerian Belia & Sukan

Persatuan Badminton Malaysia

Institut Tadbiran Awam Negara

D

LEGEND Residential Commercial Mix-commercial & Industry Institution Recreational & Open Space Graveyard infrastructure & Utility

Perbadanan Stadium Malaysia

C A

B


CONNECTIVITY : ROAD & LINKAGES Jalan Damansara

Kerinchi Link (SPRINT)

Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim

CONNECTIVITY : PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Lebuhraya Sultan Iskandar

Mutiara Damansara Semantan Bandar Utama

TBA

PROPOSED SITE

PROPOSED SITE

Pusat Bandar Damansara

Pasar Seni Muzium Negara

TTDI KLGCC

Damansara Link (SPRINT)

Phileo Damansara

Bangsar

Abdullah Hukum Kerinchi Link (SPRINT)

Bus Stop

ACUPUNCTURE : ACTIVITY

PROPOSED SITE

Sports centre, Fitness & Gymnasium

Schools & Institute

MRT

LRT

KL SENTRAL


STAKEHOLDERS COLLABORATION

CLIENT’S PROFILE THE MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS The history of the establishment of the Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS) started in 1953 with the establishment of the Division of Culture under the Social Welfare Department has been given the responsibility of youth. In 1964 the Division of Culture has been transferred to the Ministry of Information. At the same time the activity of youth association is growing, then for the purpose of fostering and monitoring the progress of the Youth Division was established under the ministry. Besides, under the Ministry of Information has also established the Sports Division.

MMA TRAINING & REVIVING CENTRE

Ministry of Youth and Sports is established in May 15, 1964 in conjunction with the National Youth Day in that year. In 1972, the Division of Culture was created and with it the name of the Ministry of Youth and Sports has been changed to the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports until 1987 when the Division of Culture was transferred to the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism. With the relocation of the Division of Culture, the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports has returned to its original name of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, up to now.

The Operator Kementerian Belia & Sukan

The Developer Sime Darby Sdn Bhd

Land Owner Sime Darby Sdn Bhd

The Custodian Kementerian Belia & Sukan

FUNDER Tunetalk Sdn Bhd

The Municipality Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur

FUNCTION

Any form of sports in all walks of life not only love the sport, but also active in sports so well in the sport to the highest level. Youth society that is productive, progressive and dynamic that can contribute to the formation of a developed nation with high income by 2020.

CORPORATE MISSION

Tunetalk Sdn Bhd

Perbadanan Stadium Malaysia

Malaysia MMA Alliance

Malaysian Invasion MMA

ONE Championship

International Mixed-Martial Arts Federation

Rakan Muda

Malaysia to build the nation’s patriotic and united through a program of Youth and Sports strategically.

To build youth community that is united, disciplined, ethical and move forward in the field of social and economic development and to build a healthy, vibrant and cultured sports towards unity and national development.

CORPORATE OBJECTIVE

FIT Malaysia

SWOC ANALYSIS

STRENGTHS

CORPORATE VISION

MICRO SCALE ANALYSIS

WEAKNESSES 1.

The site is located in front of graveyard.

1.

The site is located at the corner lot where it can access

2.

The slope condition on site could cause construction

easily. The road system is well connected to the other

cost to go higher.

3.

Apparently, it does not have a direct public transport

Wind Direction

area. 2.

Being located at the corner of SPRINT highway it will

within the walkable perimeter. The nearest MRT station

create a new landmark for the building site. The visitor

is difficult to access by pedestrian due to lack of proper

can easily visit other sport building which are within the

pedestrian road.

Greenery

Sun Path Diagram

perimeter. 3.

The existing Kompleks Belia dan Sukan which has a

proper standard facilities can provided any necessary

needs for the visitor.

4.

The site is located at a strategic location near public

station such as bus and MRT.

5.

The sloping part of the site can create a good

new landmark which can give a great benefits for the

future development.

OPPORTUNITIES 1.

The sloping site towards the main road make the vista

wider.

Topography

CONSTRAINTS 1.

The slope context make the road narrow.

Vehicular

Pedestrian


PRECEDENT STUDIES 1. MULIMATT SPORTS EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTRE in Windisch, Brugg, Switzerland. By Studio Vacchini Architetti

Building type : Educational and research construction, sport and leisure, sports hall Building area: 4.212m2 Cost: 25 000 000 Swiss Franc Total floor area: 8.818m2 Gross Cubic Volume: 59.530m3

2.

SPORTHALLE HARDAU in Zurich, Switzerland, By Weberbrunner Architects

3.

NMS3 STELZHAMERSCHULE LINZ in Linz, Austria By KIRSCH Architecture

Objective: redevelopment and extension

The new sports hall is radically white in the robust surroundings of the Hardauquartier. It offers the school and the sports clubs of the district excellent rooms, also suitable for competitions. Four entrances with roomy sliding doors give access to the open ground floor. Two wide cascade staircases lead from the ground floor to the sports hall above and to the viewing gallery. Bright green shapes the floor and side walls of the large hall. It can be divided into three single rooms. The audience area runs around as a gallery on all sides.

Designed by : Weberbrunner Architects

Client: City of Zurich

Competition: 2008 (first prize) Planning: 2009 – 2011

Completion: 2007

Implementation: June 2010 – April 2012

PROGRAMMES

Floor space: approx. 5,200m² Construction costs: approx. €13m

CONSTRUCTION Pre-tensioning process

Prestressed concrete

DESIGN APPROACH

Post-tensioning process

Prestressed concrete is used in a wide range of building and civil structures where its improved concrete performance can allow longer spans, reduced structural thicknesses, and material savings to be realised compared to reinforced concrete. Typical applications range through high-rise buildings, residential slabs, foundation systems, bridge and dam structures, silos and tanks, industrial pavements and nuclear containment structures.

Architectural concept: ‘Space as the third teacher’ (L. Malaguzzi)

Lower Ground Plan

Ground Plan Sport Hall

Upper Ground Plan Spectators Zone

Support structure construction : frame construction

SPACE PLANNING

Facade construction: building envelope Structure Support structure material: reinforced concrete, precast concrete component component

'Space as the third teacher' (L. Malaguzzi) The aim of the architectural concept was to make the environment palpable also inside the building by maximising openness. Unobstructed views allow easy orientation within the school. The central, open development offers atmospheric zones for recreation and relaxation.

Spectators Zone

Facade material: concrete, metal, glass, precast concrete component, fair-faced concrete, steel, insulation glazing Structure jointing SPACE PLANNING

“Power space” -Hybrid space to support many types of activities

Planning

Spacious ambience due to space volume

Plan

BUILDING EXTERIOR

Secondary space

Main hall

Elevation

Sport Hall

Classroom

Support Facilities

Section

Perspective View Section

Basement

Main hall

Section

Building skin material

Hall Facade Detail

Sport Hall

Classroom

Support Facilities

“OPENNESS”


sPECIAL studies - ARENA 1.

PROPOSED CYBERTECTURE OFFICE BUILDING in Mumbai, India By James Law

DESIGN + PLANNING

2.

THE REICHSTAG GERMAN PARLIAMENT BUILDING in Berlin, Germany By Norman Foster + Partners

DESIGN Details

Location : India District : Mumbai Use : Office Site Area : 6676 sq.m. Bldg. Area : 4025sq.m. Gross Floor Area : 32,000 sq.m. Bldg. Coverage Ratio : 60% Gross Floor Ratio : 80% Stories above Ground : 14 Levels Stories below Ground : 3 Levels Structure : Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structure Max. Height : 62m Landscape Area : 2800 sq. m. Parking Lot : 450 Lots Exterior Finish : Curtain Wall

3.

PROPOSED CRAIOVA STADIUM in Crainova, Romania By Project Bucuresti

DESIGN

The Reichstag dome is a large glass dome with a 360 degree view of the surrounding Berlin cityscape. The debating chamber of the Bundestag, the German parliament, can be seen down below. A mirrored cone in the center of the dome directs sunlight into the building. The dome is open to the public and can be reached by climbing two steel, spiraling ramps that are reminiscent of a double-helix.

This “Cybertecture” office building will bring together iconic architecture, environmental design, intelligent systems, and new engineering together to create an awe-inspiring landmark for the city of Mumbai and for India in the 21st Century.

The playing field has standard dimensions of 105m x 68m and consists of a natural grass surface which is heated, irrigated, drained and ventilated. The seating is located close to the playing field over two levels, providing spectators with comfortable seats and optimum visibility. In addition VIP skyboxes are located between the levels of seating around the full perimeter of the bowl. Fluidity Form

Section

Plan

The building envelope both protects the spectator seating areas against the elements and encloses the secondary spaces under the stands through a single sculptural form, which in plan is a perfect ellipse

Design Approach

CONSTRUCTION & MATERIAL STRUCTURAL CONCEPT To create a structure in the form of a shell that is able to support floor plates that does not need any columns. This will allow commercial space to have no obstructions to tenants to use the space...truly affording 100% flexibility. The structure solution came from a study of geometry and nature, where we can see organic symmetrical forms allows for exceptionally stable and interesting...and embodies a level of beauty more akin to nature than architecture. In reality, this is a piece of Cybertecture...because it is designed beyond architecture.

DIAGONAL GRID STRUCTURE Steel frame structure with a concrete core and basement. The steel diagrid is precision manufactured off site with solid steel diagrid nodes that do not need fire protection due to its high steel mass.

Dome Section

CONSTRUCTION & MATERIAL

The envelope materials have been chosen with regards to the need to protect spectators in adverse weather conditions whilst ensuring that the natural light required for the pitch maintenance is achieved. In addition artificial photosynthetic systems have been allowed for.

Basic portal frame structure

CONSTRUCTION & MATERIAL RIB PORTAL FRAME STRUCTURE The volume of the main bowl is enhanced by the sculptural form of the roof which opens to the sky, the rhythm of the structural ‘ribs’ wrapped with transparent and translucent materials and the architectural lighting.

The dome itself consists of 24 major steel ribs, which are supported on a lower ring beam and tapered to an upper ring beam. The horizontal bracing is secured using 17 steel rings. They are an essential part of design: they also bear the scale-like 3,000m2 of glazing, constructed from 24 panes of glass per row, and the observation deck.

Resistance to lateral and vertical actions is provided by the rigidity of the connections and the bending stiffness of the members, which is increased by a suitable haunch or deepening of the rafter sections. This form of continuous frame structure is stable in its plane and provides a clear span that is unobstructed by bracing.


DESIGN PARAMETERS Building Catergory - Sport Facilities

Land Area Plot Ratio Maximum GFA Allowed Net Floor Area Maximum Building Footprint Allowed No. of Storeys Allowed Car Parking Required (1:500 sqft) Motorcycle Parking Required

SPACE MODULAR

4 16187 174240 1

acres sqm sqft :6

97125 sqm 1045441 sqft 5992 64495 0 0 5

sqm sqft sqm sqft storeys

182 bays


VOLUMETRIX DATA


CONTEXTUAL STUDY


DESIGN APPROACH

A

ADMIN / OFFICE Office Reception / Lobby Director office Deputy office Executive offices VIP Room

ADMINISTRATION

OPTION

SCHEDULE OF ACCOMODATION Function/Objective Programs administration Financial management

pax

area/pax

unit

total area sqm

4 1 1 1 2

3.0 28.0 24.0 16.0 16.0

area sqm 12.0 28.0 24.0 16.0 32.0

1 1 1 4 1

12.0 28.0 24.0 64.0 32.0

General office Meeting room

10 15

12.0 2.0

120.0 30.0

1 2

120.0 60.0

File Room Control Room Server Room Pantry VIP Lounge Staff Lounge Staff toilet

1 2 1 5 5 10 2

30.0 16.0 16.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 3.8

30.0 32.0 16.0 12.5 10.0 20.0 7.6

1 1 1 1 1 1 2

30.0 32.0 16.0 12.5 10.0 20.0 15.2

Nett Floor Area (A) Circulation 25% Total Gross Floor Area (A)

KNOWLEDGE AREA

B

TRAINING CENTRE

C

KNOWLEDGE AREA Front Desk / Lounge Classroom Meeting room Archive Rooms Equipment room Pantry Commons

Function/Objective Knowledge dissemination, exposures and awareness

pax

area/pax

3 30 15 1 1 5 6

4.0 3.8 3.0 30.0 30.0 2.5 2.5

TRAINING CENTRE

Function/Objective

pax

area/pax

30 4 30 30 30 120 30 30 4 20 10 120 10 20 6 4 30 3

2.0 4.0 3.0 7.0 12.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 2.4 2.4 2.0 9.0 1.9 2.5 3.0 3.0 3.8

area sqm 12.0 114.0 45.0 30.0 30.0 12.5 15.0

unit

total area sqm

1 1 2 1 1 1 4

12.0 114.0 90.0 30.0 30.0 12.5 60.0

REVIVING CENTRE REVIVING CENTRE

OPTION

area sqm 60.0 16.0 90.0 210.0 360.0 600.0 120.0 120.0 16.0 48.0 24.0 240.0 90.0 38.0 15.0 12.0 90.0 11.4

unit

total area sqm

1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

60.0 16.0 90.0 210.0 1440.0 600.0 240.0 120.0 16.0 96.0 48.0 240.0 90.0 38.0 15.0 12.0 180.0 22.8

FACILITIES AMENITIES Library Reading terrace Cafeteria / Food Court Outdoor dining Gift shop / Retail Courtyard Amphitheatre Praying hall Visitor toilets Laundry Room Kitchen

Function/Objective Display

Function/Objective Supporting main programs Community and public gathering area

pax

area/pax

area sqm

8 4.0 32.0 16 3.0 48.0 12 3.0 36.0 12 6.0 72.0 12 4.0 48.0 30 2.0 60.0 5.0 150.0 12 3.0 36.0 30 4.0 120.0 3 3.8 11.4 30 2.0 60.0 12 Nett Floor 3.0Area (D) 36.0 3 Circulation 3.8 30% 11.4 Total Gross Floor Area Nett Floor Area (D)(D) Circulation 30% Total Gross Floor Area (D) pax

area/pax

12 20 50 20 10 50 40 20 5 4 10

2.0 2.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 2.0 3.8 4.0 3.0

F

SERVICES Plant Room AHU TNB Substation Gen Set Main Switch Board Riser MDF PABX Suction Tank & Pump Domestic Water Tank Sprinkler Water Tank Hose Reel Water Tank Refuse Chamber

area sqm 24.0 40.0 125.0 40.0 20.0 100.0 76.0 40.0 19.0 16.0 30.0

Function/Objective

pax

area/pax

72.0 16.0 72.0 32.0 32.0 12.0 32.0 32.0 64.0 72.0 72.0 72.0 16.0 64.0

Loading & Unloading

* Services 25% = 25% x Grand Total GFA = 1471.5 sqm (excluding services & circulation)

Total circulation Total services

Total Floor Area (F) Circulation 25% Total Gross Floor Area (F)

52.2

unit

total area sqm

%

1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2

32.0 96.0 72.0 144.0 96.0 60.0 150.0 72.0 240.0 22.8 60.0 72.0 984.8 22.8 295.4

15.1

1280.2 984.8 295.4 1280.2 unit

total area sqm

1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 1 1

24.0 40.0 125.0 40.0 80.0 100.0 76.0 80.0 38.0 16.0 30.0

unit

total area sqm

1 5 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

72.0 80.0 72.0 32.0 32.0 24.0 32.0 32.0 64.0 72.0 72.0 72.0 16.0 64.0

EI + EII 67.4 EI + EII

67.4 %

9.6

%

10.9

736.0 184.0 920.0

Grand Total NFA

5991.8

Grand Total GFA

8459.0

Efficiency NFA/GFA x 100

70.8

1731.2 1497.95

%

649.0 162.3 811.3

area sqm

Building maintenance

5.1

3533.8 883.5 4417.3

Nett Floor Area (E) Circulation 25% Total Gross Floor Area (E)

SERVICES

OPTION

SUPPORT FACILITIES

E

REVIVING CENTRE Front Desk / Lounge Treatment Pool Sauna & Steam Room Physiotherapy Room Massage Room Courtyard/Open Area Neurogym Changing RoomStudio Mental Training Toilet / Shower Courtyard/Open Area Changing Room Toilet / Shower

%

348.5 87.1 435.6

Nett Floor Area C Circulation 25% Total Gross Floor Area (C)

D

7.0

475.7 118.9 594.6

Nett Floor Area (B) Circulation 25% Total Gross Floor Area (B)

Lobby / Foyer Introduction Information Kiosk Visitor services Exhibition / Gallery Octagon - Main Arena Hybrid Sparring Arena Event/Tournament Gymnasium Practice / Fitness Studio Relaxing Pool Registration / Ticket Counter Briefing/Event Locker Room Information dissemination Preparation & Equipment room Observation Area (Standing + seating)Spectators/Visitors Trainer/ coach offices Community / Society Room Trainer/coach pantry / lounge Sick Bay Changing Room Toilet / Shower

%

%


DESIGN APPROACH INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE ROOF PLAN Skylight

Upper level for spectators. ROOF SECTION

PRECEDENT STUDY QUEENS MUSEUM OF ART EXPANSION, GRIMSHAW ARCHITECTS. The volumatric spaces inside the building that creates an open and welcoming spaces.

Covered plaza at

Upper level for

ground level.

spectators.

SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY, Zaha Hadid. Sleek bulbous shape - Roof design and construction.

Arena at ground level


BUILDING PLANS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE 1:2

50


MEZZANINE FLOOR SCALE 1:2

50

1ST FLOOR PLAN SCALE 1:2

50


2ND FLOOR PLAN SCALE 1:2

50

Roof PLAN SCALE 1:2 5 0


SECTION A-A SCALE 1:7

5


G R E E N B U I L D I N G S T R AT E G Y TOPOGRAPHIC RESPONSIVENESS - MAKE THE BUILDING HIGHLY VISIBLE - PRESERVE THE SITE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS - MINIMISE CUTTING AND FILLING THE EXISTING SITE

LANDSCAPE - INTEGRATION BETWEEN LANDSCAPE AND BUILDING

NATURAL VENTILATION - OPEN PLAN CONCEPT - CROSS VENTILATION - MINIMISE USAGE OF AIR-CONDITIONING AT PUBLIC AREA

RAINWATER COLLECTION - RAINWATER IS CAPTURED BY THE SLOPE OF THE ROOF - COLLECTED INTO RAINWATER STORAGE TANK - USE FOR IRRIGATING THE LANDSCAPE AND VEGETA-

SMART WATER MANAGEMENT - APPLY GREYWATER SYSTEM - REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION AND UTILITY COST

MODULARISATION AND EASE OF CONSTRUCTION - PRE-FABRICATION AND MODULARISATION - FASTER CONSTRUCTION PROCESS, TIME-SAVING AND REDUCE LABOUR


Elevations

FRONT SCALE 1:2

00

RIGHT

SCALE 1:2

00


Elevations

REAR

SCALE 1:2

00

From highway SCALE 1:2

00


EXPLODED DIAGRAM: STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

ROOF TRUSS STRUCTURE FOR PARABOLIC ROOF

VM Zinc Panel C-chanel

ROOF COMPONENT

Steel Plane Truss CURTAIN WALL SPIDER SYSTEM

VM Zinc Panel

WALL COMPONENT PARTITION BRICK WALL

RC PRECAST CONCRETE COLUMN AND BEAM

COMPOSITE SLAB

FLOOR

RC METAL DECK COMPOSITE FLOOR SLAB

PRECAST DECK

RC

METAL

COMPOSITE FLOOR SLAB Finishing Tiles

LEGEND

Concrete Screed

RC COLUMN

RC BEAM

RC LIFT CORE

RC LIFT CORE

R.C POST AND BEAM STRUCTURE SYSTEM

Metal Deck

Reinforce Concrete


Steel Space frame truss VM Zinc Panel VM Zinc

VM Zinc Panel

INTERLOCKING PANEL

C-chanel

SPACE TRUSS SEQUENCE

STEEL PLATES JOINTINGS

CHS STEEL ALUMINIUM STRUCTURE

TRIANGLE SHAPE FRAME STRUCTURE TRIANGLE SHAPE Case study

Fixing

TYPICAL SPIDER COMPONENT DETAIL

Secondary


CONSTRUCTION DETAILS ARENA STRUCTURE DETAILS

ARENA GLASS PANEL DETAILS

CHS ALUMINIUM STEEL


BLOW-UP STEEL PLATES CONNECTION DETAIL CHS Structure

STEEL PLATES CONNECTION DETAIL

Fixings

Main Structure Panel

Steel Plate GLASS PANEL

Main Structure Beam

BLOW-UP GLASS PANEL DETAIL

Fixing BLOW-UP RC PRECAST COLUMN & BEAM DETAIL

Reinforced Concrete

Floor Finishing & Concrete Screed

Reinforced Concrete

Metal Deck

Steel Plate Fixing

RC Bar


CONSTRUCTION DETAILS SPIDER SYSTEM DETAIL

OVERALL VIEW RC PRECAST COLUMN DETAIL Secondary Spider Clamp


FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

A: ESTABLISH PERIMETER

DIAGRAMATIC FIRE ESCAPE ROUTE

Balai Bomba dan Penyelamat Sri Hartamas

A 1 : D E S I G N AT I O N P U R P O S E G R O U P ( B Y L AW 1 3 4 , 1 3 8 )

FIFTH SCHEDULE

ST7 Image capture: Feb 2016

Images may be subject to copyright.

Nico Lemalais Photo - Feb 2016

B: SITE PLANNING REQUIREMENT

ST1

B 1 : B O M B A A P P L I A N C E ACC E S S ( BY L AW 1 4 0 ) FIRE STATION

ST6 ST2 4.4 KM / 4 min

ST3 ST5

PROPOSED SITE

BUKIT DAMANSARA F I R E S TAT I O N A C C E S S

Imagery ©2017 DigitalGlobe, Map data ©2017 Google

200 m

ST4

B 2 : E X T E R N A L HYD R A N T ( BY L AW 2 2 5 )

LEGEND FIRE

UPPER FLOOR

STAIRCASE

FIRE EXIT

FIRE HYDRANT

ASSEMBLY POINT

GROUND FLOOR EXIT CIRCULATION


FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

C: PASSIVE FIRE FIGHTING

D 2 : H O S E R E E L ( BY L AW 1 3 6 )

4909.8 2987 2400 2381

GROUND 1ST 2ND

C 1 : C O M PA R T M E N TAT I O N ( B Y L AW 1 3 6 )

3RD

D 4 : A U T O M AT I C C O 2 E X T I N G U I S H E R S Y S T E M

D 5 : A U T O M AT I C P O W E R S Y S T E M

6 4 3 3 16

C 3 : S TA I R C A S E W I D T H & N U M B E R O F S TA I R C A S E

C 2 : T R AV E L D I S TA N C E

D 6 : A U T O M AT I C F I R E D E T E C T I O N & A L A R M S Y S T E M

D 3 : A U T O M AT I C S P R I N K L E R

GROUND 1ST 2ND 3RD

4909.8 2987 2400 2381

491 299 240 238 1268

Staircase Calculation 1 Largest Floor Area

=

2 Occupancy Load (OL) 3 No of Person / Floor

= = =

4 Capacity Exit for staircase 5 Total exit width

= = = = =

6 Exit width required 7 Exit width provided 8 Staircase required

9 Additional staircase required 10 Total staircase required

= = = = = =

1963 sqm 1.5 person/unit NFA / OL 1308.7 person/floor 75 No of Person / 17.45 Total exit width x 9.6

person Capacity Exit units 0.55 m

1.5 m Exit width required / Exit width provided 6.4 6 1 7


FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

D: ACTIVE FIRE FIGHTING

D 1 : AC T I V E P R O V I S I O N S ( BY L AW

D7: SMOKE SPILL SYSTEM

FIRE PROTECTION : HYDRANT & HOSE REEL

H Y D R A N T R A D I U S D I S TA N C E

FLOOR LEVELING DIAGRAM ROOF LVL Sprinkler Tank

3RD FLOOR LVL

FIRE PROTECTION : HOSE

2ND FLOOR LVL

H O S E R E E L L O C AT I O N

1ST FLOOR LVL 1ST FLOOR LVL

Sprinkler Tank

GROUND FLOOR LVL

GROUND FLOOR LVL

2ND FLOOR LVL


WATER SYSTEM

DIAGRAMATIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

W AT E R S U P P LY Mixed-Martial Arts Training and Reviving Centre (MaMba) is serviced by Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (SYABAS) for water supply. The supply is tapped from the main pipeline along the main road of Jalan Bukit Kiara 1 located at the south side of the proposed site. The main pipeline is connected to the water supply suction tank at the ground level before pumped up to the domestic water tank that located at the service floor for effective gravity flow.

2

L O C AT I O N O F TA N K

2

2 2 2

Domestic Tank - Ground Floor, and Rooftop Level Suction Tank - G r o u n d Level

2 2

2

2

AG E N C Y / CO M PA N Y I N V O LV E D

LEGEND SYARIKAT BEKALAN AIR SELANGOR SDN. BHD.

DOMESTIC

WATER PUMP

WATER TANK

MAIN TO

FRP TANK

FILTER TANK

TO DISTRIBUTE

MAIN TO

MAIN WATER

FRP TANK

SUPPLY

Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn. Bhd. supplies water in Selangor, and the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya. The company

FRP

offers water for domestic, commercial, and industrial customers. Syari-

DISTRIBUTION

WATER TANK

kat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn. Bhd. was formerly known as Perbadanan

LOCATION

Urus Air Selangor Berhad and changed its name to Syarikat Bekalan Air

1

Selangor Sdn. Bhd. in 2005. The company was incorporated in 1996 and is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As of October 15, 2015, Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn. Bhd. operates as a subsidiary of Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Berhad.

WATER METER

2

WATER FITTING

3

FILTER

3 1 CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAM OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM


Women Toilet OKU Toilet Kitchen TOTAL

FLOOR LEVELING DIAGRAM

WAT E R TA N K S I Z E C A L C U L AT I O N

SUCTION TANK

9 1 / 17

10 1 / 21

9 1 3 22

WC 6 6 1 / 13

TAP 6 6 1 3 16

BASIN 6 6 1 / 13

WC 3 3 1 / 7

TAP 4 4 1 3 12

BASIN 3 3 1 / 7

WC 17 13 7 37

TAP 21 16 12 49

BASIN 22 13 7 42

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

WAT E R C A PA C I T Y C A L C U L AT I O N

Area Men Toilet Women Toilet OKU Toilet

DOMESTIC TANK

Praying Area Women TOTAL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN Area Men Toilet Women Toilet OKU Toilet

ROOF LVL

Kitchen TOTAL

WC 7 9 1 / 17

TAP 10 10 1 / 21

BASIN 9 9 1 3 22

SECOND FLOOR PLAN Area Men Toilet Women Toilet OKU Toilet Praying Area Men TOTAL

FIRST FLOOR PLAN Area Men Toilet Women Toilet OKU Toilet Praying Area Women TOTAL

WC 6 6 1 / 13

TAP 6 6 1 3 16

BASIN 6 6 1 / 13

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

2ND FLOOR LVL

Area Men Toilet Women Toilet OKU Toilet Praying Area Men

WC 3 3 1 / G RTOTAL E Y W A T E 7R

TAP BASIN 4 3 4 3 1 1 3 / 7 S Y S T12 EM

Greywater is all wastewater generated in the office buildings from streams without fecal contamination

TOTAL SANITARY FITTINGS except for the wastewater from the toilet cubicle. Area WCthe shower inTAP Source of the greywater is from chang- BASIN Ground Floor 21dish 22 ing room which collected by17 floortrap, basin and First Floor 13level. Greywater 16gen13 washer from kitchen at ground Second Floor 12reuse 7 erally are safer and easier to 7 handle treat and TOTAL 37landscaping. By49using 42 onsite for toilet flushing and Rainwater Harvesting System and Greywater System, it reduce the amount usage of fresh water in daily basis. Greywater Tank are located at the ground floor.

1ST FLOOR LVL

FRP WATER TANK

FRP WATER TANK - SECTIONAL-CUT VIEW

GREYWATER TANK

R A I N WAT E R H A R V E S T I N G S Y S T E M Rainwater is collected from the office roof at the east of the building. Rainwater col-

GROUND FLOOR LVL

lected through the gutter. Rainwater are then transferred to rainwater downpipe and stored it in the rainwater tank. Rainwater colection also apply first flushing downpipe

DOMESTIC MAIN

WATER TANK

WATER PUMP

MAIN TO

FRP TANK

FILTER TANK

TO DISTRIBUTE

MAIN TO

RAINWATER

FRP TANK

HARVESTING

MAIN WATER SUPPLY

FRP WATER TANK

MAIN

DISTRIBUTION LOCATION

water diverter to improve water quality and reduce tank maintainance by preventing the first flush water, which may contain roof containments, from entering the tank. The water will used for irrigation landscaping activities.

TANK

GREYWATER FILTER

TOTAL SANITARY FITTINGS Area Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

TOTAL


REFUSE DISPOSAL DIAGRAMATIC REFUSE COLLECTION SYSTEM Waste collection is a part of the process of waste management. It is the transfer of solid waste from the point of use and disposal to the point of treatment or landfill. Waste collection also includes

AG E N C Y / CO M PA N Y I N V O LV E D

the curbside collection of recyclable materials that technically are not waste, as part of a municipal landfill diversion program. Waste

4

3

collection considerations include type and size of bins, positioning of the bins, and how often bins are to be serviced. Overfilled bins

2

result in rubbish falling out while being tipped. Hazardous rubbish like empty petrol cans can cause fires igniting other trash when the truck compactor is operating. Bins may be locked or stored in secure

5

areas to avoid having non-paying parties placing rubbish in the bin.

R E F U S E D I S P O S A L C A L C U L AT I O N

CO L L E C T I V E WA S T E D I S P O S AL SYSTEM

LEGEND

Alam Flora collection services cover the regions of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Pahang. This includes domestic and non-hazardous waste from house-

1

1

SERVICE ROAD

2

LOADING BAY

3

REFUSE CHAMBER

4

SERVICE LIFT

5

KITCHEN

holds, commercial areas and other premises are covered. This service consists of kerbside collection of recyclable waste such as cardboard, newspapers, papers, plastic containers and glass bottles from residential and commercial areas. The collection schedule for domestic and household waste is twice weekly. Meanwhile other types of waste such as garden waste, bulky waste and recyclable items are collected once a week.

The range of waste that Alam Flora provides collection services includes: 1. Domestic or Household Waste 2. Garden Waste 3. Bulky Waste 4. Recyclables

Q UA MT R A S M A R T WA S T E M A N AG E M E N T S O LU T I O N


SANITARY SYSTEM

DIAGRAMATIC SANITARY SYSTEM

VENT PIPE

S E W E R AG E A N D WA S T E M A N AG E M E N T S YS T E M

VENT PIPE

SEWER MANHOLE

Sanitation is the hygienic disposal or recycling of waste, while sewage is a suspenAG E N C Y / CO M PA NY I N V O LV E D

sion of water and solid waste, transported by sewers to be disposed of or processed. Sewarage collection and disposal system transport sewage from inhabited area through sewerage manholes to sewerage treatment plant (STP) to protect public health and prevent disease. Seewerage is treated to control water pollution before discharge to surface waters. A sewage system may convey the wastewater by the gravity to a sewage treatment plant.

Indah Water Konsortium, a company owned by Minister of Finance Incorporated, is Malaysia’s national sewerage company which

ROOF LVL

has been entrusted with the task

C A L C U L AT I O N O F S E W E R A G E S Y S T E M

of developing and maintaining a modern and efficient sewerage system for all Malaysians.

MANHOLE

TOILET

STP

PIPELINE

2ND FLOOR LVL

1ST FLOOR LVL

SEPTIC TANK - SECTIONAL-CUT VIEW SEPTIC TANK

CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAM OF SANITARY SYSTEM

GROUND FLOOR LVL

MANHOLE

TOILET

VENTILATION PIPE

STP

PIPELINE


NATURAL VENTILATION & AIR-CONDITIONING Air-conditioning is the process of treating air to control simultaneously existing temperature, humidity, cleanliness and distribution to meet the comfort requirements of the occupants inside the conditioned space. Indoor atrium requires a good air

AG E N C Y / CO M PA N Y I N V O LV E D

DIAGRAMATIC AIR-CONDITIONING & NATURAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

movement and wide breathable space. To pursue a good air quality and moderate temperature changes, the athlete’s health is the main factor due to it’s maintainance.

M E C H A N I C A L V E N T I L AT I O N & A I R - C O N D I T I O N I N G 1. Centralised air-condiitoning system

Main advantage is that the equipment is contained

AIR HANDLING UNIT

within its own space rather than requires a space

RULE OF THUMB 3% OF COOLING AREA

without distrupting activities within those rooms.

GROUND FLOOR AREA =

Central system require one or several large me-

= 1648 sqft.

within each room. maintainance can be carried out 54960 X 3%

chanical spaces (often in basements and/or roofs) and complex control systems.

FIRST FLOOR AREA

=

32001 X 3%

= 960 sqft.

SECOND FLOOR AREA

=

28567 X 3%

= 857 sqft.

2. Fan coil Unit Fan coil unit (FCU) is a simple device consisting of a heating or cooling coil and fan. Typically a fan coil unit is not connect-

Fan coil Unit

ed to ductwork, and is used to control the temperature and air movement within a space perimeter. it can be controlled either by manual on/off switch or by thermostat.

A I R - CO N D I T I O N I N G C A PAC I T Y AND APPLIANCES RULE OF THUMB = 60bth?sq/ft. building area

CHILLER & COOLING

Ground Floor Area Zone A

LEGEND

= 3218 sq/m

2

TOWER

AC CENTRALISED UNIT (ARENA)

A/C Capacity = ( 3218 x 10.76 x 60bth) / 12000

= 173 tonne

OPEN

AIR HANDLING

AREA

UNIT

Zone B (Atrium) = 1888 sq/m2 A/C Capacity

= (1888 x 10.76 x 60bth) / 12000

= 101 tonne

First Floor Area Zone A

= 2523 sq/m2

A/C Capacity = ( 2523 x 10.76 x 60bth) / 12000

= 135 tonne

Zone B (Gym)

= 450 sq/m2

A/C Capacity

= ( 450 x 10.76 x 60bth) / 12000

= 24 tonne

Second Floor Area Zone A

= 2184 sq/m2

A/C Capacity

= (2184 x 10.76 x 60bth) / 12000

= 117 tonne

Second Floor Area Zone B (Neo-gym) = 470 sq/m2 A/C Capacity

= (470 x 10.76 x 60bth) / 12000

= 25 tonne

AIR-CONDITIONED AREA

MAIN CHILLER

CENTRALISED

DISTRIBUTE

DISTRIBUTE

AHU

AC CENTRALISED

DISTRIBUTE

UNIT


ELECTRICAL SUPPLY & TELECOMMUNICATION Supply schemes and networks are to be adequately designed or dimensioned to meet initial and growth consumer individual and group maximum deman. The

AG E N C Y / CO M PA N Y I N V O LV E D

SPOTLIGHT TYPES (NIKKON)

demand estimates are based upon load declared by consumer and TNB’s own information on load profile characterictics for various consumer classes. Range of values are given as demand profile are knwon to varies according to geographical location of consumers around the TNB service area in penisular Malaysia. T E L E C O M M U N I C AT I O N S Y S T E M A N D C O M P O N E N T

DIAGRAMATIC ELECTRICAL SUPPLY & TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Single line diagram of a typical building telecommunication system, from the incoming service to the utilisation items and to the end of the system. Telephone system uses one room distribution system. The system consist of : 1. Main Distribution System (MDF) 2. Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX) 3. Distribution Telephone Closet 4. Local Distribution System Telephone line will be tapped from the telekom lines from main road into building’s MDF room. MDF will distribute and divided the lines into direct line and internal line. A direct line will be used for the main area such as admin office, while cafe area will use the internal line system that will go through the PABX room, WHich is used for operator control line at the operation counter. Operator will control all other telephone lines before proceed to the exact line such as office, gymnasium and others.

DIMENSION DETAILS

LEGEND

TNB SUBSTATION

DISTRIBUTION CABLE

TRANSFORMER

DISTRIBUTION

DISTRIBUTION

CABLE

CABLE TYPE 1

TYPE 2

TYPE 3

TYPE 4

DISTRIBUTION CABLE

TAP IN TO SITE

T E L E C O M M U N I C AT I O N D I A G R A M

CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAM OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SYSTEM


VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION

DIAGRAMATIC VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

The building’s transportation system is as innovative as how much energy consumption within

SAFETY FEATURES

the space. The elevator provides greater flexibility in configuration, load capacity and speed. the machine roomless design allows to maximize building space. This building also features the advanced regenerative drive technology which captures generated power and feed its back into the building’s electrical grid and reduce energy cost.

AG E N C Y / CO M PA N Y I N V O LV E D

LIFT CRITERIA Estimatation of elevation usage and requirements. Nett Floor Area

= 10733 m2

Estimated Population

= 1 person/10sqm

= 1073.3 people

V E R T I C A L T R A N S P O R TAT I O N S Y S T E M An elevator is a type of vertical transport equipment that efficiently moves people or goods between floors

of the building. Elevators are generally powered by electric motors that either drive traction cables or counter weight system like a hoist.

PUBLIC

SERVICE

ELEVATOR

ELEVATOR

UPPER-PART MECHANICAL SYSTEM

M A C H I N E R O O M - L E S S E L E VAT O R

Machine room less elevators do not have a fixed machine room on the top of the hoistway, instead the traction hoisting machine is installed either on the top side wall of the hoistway or on the bottom of the hoistway. The motor is installed using a permanent magnet which “sticks” the motor permanently and work with Variable Voltage Variable Frequency (VVVF) drive. Some of the hoisting machines are using gearless synchronous motors instead conventional induction motors. This design eliminates the need of a fixed machine room and thus saves much building’s space. Almost all the traction MRL elevators are gearless traction.

ROOM-LESS ELEVATOR


SPECIAL DAYLIGHT DIAGRAM

A STUDY ON FIGHTING ARENA STRUCTURAL STUDY ON ARENA CONSTRUCTION PHASE

STRUCTURAL CASE STUDY 08:00am : The morning sun shines on the glass skylight at the atrium which highlight the main gallery and the outdoor arena of the building.

12:00pm : At noon the sun shines directly into the main outdoor arena, creating a most dramatic moment. This is also the time when the visitor gather, rest by sitting on the perimeter of the arena by watching activities under the atrium.

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04:00pm : At this time, the sunlight are heavily penetrate at the facade of the building.

02:00pm : In the afternoon, sunlight gradually shines in to the outdoor arena and lobby.

DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS BY USING ECO-TECH PROGRAMME GSPublisherEngine 0.0.100.100

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BUILDING FORM CASE STUDY

RECOMMENDED ILLUMINANCE

Required lighting in Malaysia 100-200 lux for corridors, stairs and lobbies 300-500 lux for normal activities 1500 lux for indoor arena

ARENAVISION LED

In MMA, the speed and force of movement over short distances requires high lighting levels. An average competition arena use between 1000 lux and 2000lux on average horizontal illuminance. This also ensures that the referee, judged and spectators can see adequately and comfortably.

CONNECTION DETAIL STEEL PLATE JOINT COMPONENT

WIND ANALYSIS

Generic Perspective (10)

1:35.97

LIGHTING STUDY ON

OVERALL BUILDING FORM

CIRCULAR MONO PITCH ROOF

STUDY ON FLOOR MATERIALS

Many outdoor courts are laid without consideration to the fact that rainfall can halt play. It is essential to nsure good drainage when instaling outdoor playing surfaces to ensure that the space can be used as often as possible.

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COMPETITION & PARTICIPATION


KONGS[I]SYLUM LEVITATE

TEAM MEMBERS : 1. MUHAMMAD SYAMIL HARIS BIN ISMAIL 2. NUR AZDLI BIN MOHAMED NOOR 3. CHAN SHI WOAN 4. CHAN GUAN HENG 5. AL AZIM BIN NOOR AZMI 6. IVANKA TEH GIE ENG 7. EZAS FARIS AIMAN BIN MAMAT ROHIZAN

CITY

:

VERTICAL

IS

NEW

HORIZONTAL


OVERALL AXONOMETRIC

MASTERPLAN

ISSUE ?

Lack of Land

Unsustainable Urbanization

Damaging Ecology

Depleted Resources

High Population Growth

The site at SENTUL EAST is a 31 acres located to the east of the KTM rail line at Sentul. Sentul lies to 3km to the north of the centre of KL and is an area of extreme contrasts, with some of the nation’s richest citizens living alongside some of the poorest. During Colonial times Sentul was at the heart of the Federated Malay States Railway. Some 2500 workers, mainly from the Indian sub-continent were employed at Sentul Works, as the railway workshop was then called. It was one of the finest intergrated and most complete engineering workshops in pre-independent Malaysia.The railway engineering sheds date from 1904. But it was decline in the 1960s and Sentul acquired a reputation for crime.

UPPER LEVEL PLAN

TIMELINE

SCHEMATIC SECTION


WHY CUBE ?

DESIGN APPROACH

RESIDENTIAL POD’S MODULAR SYSTEM

1. Existing dwelling

MODULAR MECHANISM & LINKAGE

2. Grid dwelling

COMMUNAL SPACE

POD’S MOBILITY PROCEDURE

1

COVERED STRUCTURE

2

STREET/ BUILDING FEATURES

3

OPEN SPACE/ STAGE/ PUBLIC REALM

1 3. Space saving

2 4. Potential Morphology Z X

Y

3

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


PERSPECTIVES

SECTION

THEORY

- Elon Musk


CULTIVATE THE YOUTH WITH DESIGN FOR FUTURE ! YOUTH DOME IN STEEL ARK 8O1

DOME OF VISION


WHAT IS CULTIVATION CENTRE?

CULTIVATE THE YOUTH WITH DESIGN FOR FUTURE ! YOUTH DOME IN STEEL ARK 8O1


INTRODUCTION

CULTIVATE THE YOUTH WITH DESIGN FOR FUTURE ! YOUTH DOME IN STEEL ARK 8O1


VISION

CULTIVATE THE YOUTH WITH DESIGN FOR FUTURE ! YOUTH DOME IN STEEL ARK 8O1


CULTIVATE THE YOUTH WITH DESIGN FOR FUTURE !

ISSUES

YOUTH DOME IN STEEL ARK 8O1

2. PROMISING GENERATION

Data Analysis on Annual Local Climate Condition

1. LOCAL CLIMATE Located near the equator, Malaysia’s climate is categorised as equatorial, being hot and humid throughout the year. The average rainfall is 250 centimetres (98 in) a year and the average temperature is 27 °C (80.6 °F). The climates of the Peninsula and the East differ, as the climate on the peninsula is directly affected by wind from the mainland, as opposed to the more maritime weather of the East. Malaysia is exposed to the El Niño effect, which reduces rainfall in the dry season. Climate change is likely to have a significant effect on Malaysia, increasing sea levels and rainfall, increasing flooding risks and leading to large droughts. Malaysia faces two monsoon winds seasons, the Southwest Monsoon from late May to September, and the Northeast Monsoon from October to March. The Northeast Monsoon brings in more rainfall compared to the Southwest Monsoon, originating in China and the north Pacific. The southwest monsoon originates from the deserts of Australia. March and October form transitions between the two monsoons.

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200 m


BUILDING PLANS

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SECTIONs & ELEVATIONS

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HEXAGONAL PARAMETRIC STRUCTURE

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EXHIBITION DESIGN STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM

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SUSTAINABLE FEATURES

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PERSPECTIVE VIEWS

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MAP

GROUP : MEMBERS

SAO PAULO : BETTER QUALITY SPACES BETWEEN AND IN BUILDINGS

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LOCATION PLAN

REJUVENATING THE OBLIVION

PARAISOPOLISFAVELA SUSTAIN COMMUNITY

“TOWARDS HEALTHY COMMUNITY LIFESTYLE”

ISSUES?

Environmental

SOCIAL INTERACTION

GREEN CITY

IDEA + CONCEPT “LAYER OF LIFE” 1. JUNCTION OF STREETS

2. NARROW STREETS

3. OPEN SPACES/ ALLEYS

View

Lack of solar protection

Rooftops & alleys

Direct sunlight makes street too hot

Urban life & community

No wind circulation at the alleys

Dynamic network

Dwelling’s aesthetic

Landscape levelling

Insecurity

Ease of permeability

Additional structure for daily basis activity.

Bridging structure at the top of narrow street.

Green approach to improve facilities landscape.

3D VIEW

Poor window ventilation

SITE PHOTOS

1. SMALL SPACES IN A BUILDING SPACE 2. ACTIVITIES IN HOUSEHOLD IS LIMITED

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REVILATALION ON BUILDING FACADE

The outlines of these proposal and strategy is to increase activity and social interaction which promotes to a safe, healthy and sustainable comunity in the Favela. It also will addresses the safety and security concerns inside the neighbourhood.

PROVIDE ADDITIONAL LEVITATE STRUCTURE FOR DAILY BASIS PROGRAM

PRELIMINARY SKETCHES

1

A linkage structure act as a community connector between neighbour which promotes the interactivity among local culture.

SECTION

Structure added at facade, side and top of the existing building.

https://www.google.com/maps/@-23.6156125,-46.7252048,474m/data=!3m1!1e3 Open spaces is taken AIM as a priority space The objective is to create a new healthy lifestyle within the favela perimeter which will improve without effect the

which at it’s maximum potential to the community.

exisitng culture dramatically.

DESIGN APPROACH

Create a space which act as an extension to the facade along the street and providing additional levitate sructure for daily basis program.

2

3 existing

existing

existing building

green vegetation

Existing

3m 1.6 m

balcony

additional shading structure

light-weight material

vertical access


CONSTRUCTION METHOD

Structural post and beam frame is installed on site.

Insertion of the composite floor panel on the beam frame. The steps is then erected to the structural frame of the floor panel.

DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION PARAISOPOLIS FAVELA AIM IS TO IMPROVE BETTER QUALTIY SPACES BETWEEN AND IN BUILDING. WITH THE MAIN CONCEPT IS ‘TOWARDS HEALTHY COMMUNITY LIFESTYLE’, PARAISOPOLIS FAVELA CAREFULLY THOUGHT OF SUSTAINABLE FEATURES SUCH AS GREEN WALL, READAPTIVE USE SPACE, REUSE WATER AND ENERGY. PARAISOPOLIS FAVELA’S “LAYER OF LIFE” KEYS IS JUNCTIONS OF STREET, NARROW STREETS AND OPEN SPACES OR ALLEYS. IN ADDITIONAL, PARAISOPOLIS PAVELA ALSO CAREFULLY THOUGHT ON IMPROVING THE URBAN LIFE AND COMMUNITY TO THE NEXT LEVEL BY SIMPLY THOUGHT ON THE VIEWS, USAGE OF ROOFTOPS AND ALLEYS, LANDSCAPE LEVELLING IN THE DESIGN BY CREATING AN URBAN SPACE FOR THE COMMUNITY TO GATHER. TO SOLVE THE ISSUES IN SAO PAULO SUCH AS SMALL SPACES IN A BUILDING SPACE AND ACTIVITIES IN HOUSE IS LIMITED, THE DESIGN CAREFULLY THOUGHT ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL COMFORT BY PROVIDING ADDITIONAL LEVITATE STRUCTURE FOR DAILY BASIS PROGRAM.

The slanting adjustable shading structure is assemble at the joint of the frame as a facade to the structure.

The upper platform is used as water restoration tank. The planter box is fabricated at the facade of the extended balcony to increase green percentage in the site area.


Architecture Portfolio 2.0 (RIBA Part 2) by Azim Noorazmi  

Works of 2015 - 2017 Master in Architecture (RIBA Part 2) Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia

Architecture Portfolio 2.0 (RIBA Part 2) by Azim Noorazmi  

Works of 2015 - 2017 Master in Architecture (RIBA Part 2) Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia

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