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helmet #KUNING

azizididie’s master of architecture portfolio

azizididie

kun bukainng kaler yellow not a co is haha..lour


why #kuning (yellow) ?. let me tell you a story...

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“ ONE DAY, MY FRIEND HAND ME BOOK, TITLE ‘RED IS NOT A COLOR BY BERNARD TSCHUMI’ THEN I THOUGHT, WHY RED? NOT OTHER COLOUR LIKE YELLOW #KUNING PERHAPS? a bit rebellious i would like to come out my own ideology

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“ DURIAN ALSO APPEAR #KUNING TASTY (FOR US), STRONG SMELLY ODOUR, AND FORMIDABLE THORN-COVERED HUSK “

image : Durian is the South East Asian king of fruit source : 2msia.com

“ #KUNING TIGER IS SUPREME MASTER OF HIS DOMAIN, SPIRIT ANIMAL SYMBOL TO BE BOLD, BE FIERCE IN ALL“

image : Sumatran Tiger (Panthera Tigris Sumatrae) source : ronalsaputraa. blogspot

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“IN MALAYSIA, #KUNING REPRESENT KING, POWER, AUTHORITY AND ROYALTY CALLED SULTAN, THE RULER “

image : Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia’s new king, attends a welcoming ceremony in Parliament, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday, December 13, 2006. Source : gettyimage. com

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“ #KUNING SO GOD CAN FIND ME... not literally “

hey... why are you wearing this helmet?

Despite huge traffic, one know a taxi even from far

so.. God can find me from far. Or else, how whould He know me from among the crowd?

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I’ve learn one thing. This yellow colour, can be seen from a far

so..?


“ #KUNING IN PHYCOLOGY THE YELLOW COLOUR INDUCE BRAIN IN ACCEPTANCE STATE, MAKE PEOPLE MORE OPEN MINDED AND OPTIMIST. WITH THIS IDEA THE #KUNING WOULD APPEAR MEDIUM INTERACTION TO TRANSLATING IDEOLOGY THAT MIGHT BE VIEW IN DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE. “

well this is briliant !!! and FUN

“ HELMET #KUNING IS A SYMBOL OF OPTIMISTIC NEW IDEALOGY THAT PLACE INSIDE OUR BRAIN “ 6


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MOHAMAD AZIZI

BIN NOOR AZMAN

GRADUATE ARCHITECT | DESIGN ARCHITECT| DESIGNER | ARTIST | LECTURER https://www.facebook. azizididie88@ https://www.instagram. com/azizi.didie gmail.com com/azizididie/

http://jagistudio. blogspot.my/

nationality : malaysian, religion : islam, status: single, DOB : 23 march 1988, ADDRESS NO.19 Lorong 4/10, Taman Balok Perdana, 26100 Kuantan, Pahang CONTACT NO. +6017 9827704 EMAIL ADDRESS azizididie88@gmail.com

EDUCATION LEVEL

2001-2003 : Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Pelabuhan, Kuantan 2004-2005 : Maktab Rendah Sains MARA Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu 2006-2007 : Kolej Matrikulasi Melaka, Londang, Melaka 2008-2011 : Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam 2015-2017 : Universiti Teknologi MARA, Puncak Alam

WORK EXPERIENCE

2011-2014 : Zulkifli Jaafar Architect, Kuantan position - design architect, project architect 2011-2013 : Universiti Kolej Shahputra, Kuantan position part-time lecturer 2015-2015 : ADA Design Internationale, TTDI Damansara, KL position - design architect, 3D visualzer 2017-current : Freelance design architect

4+ years work experiences SKILLS SPECIALTIES

QUALIFICATION M.ARCH PART II (LAM/RIBA) | B.SC (ARCH) PART I (LAM/RIBA)

2008-2011 : Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ( ARCHITECTURE ) | CPGPA 3.21 2015-2017 : Universiti Teknologi MARA, Puncak Alam MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE | CPGPA 3.75 ( first class degree)

ACHIEVEMENT AND COMPETITION

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Uitm design thesis project - 1st rank, best student Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA President’s Award 2017 (international) – shortlisted silver medal Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival KLAF 2017 (Malaysia)– Uitm representative thesis project Architalent PAM competition – Top 20 shortlisted Lafarge Holcim Awards competition 2016 (international) Latitude competition Bologna 2015 (international) – top 10 shortlisted Iidex fspu level 2017 (Faculty) - Honourable Awards Iidex uitm level 2017 (Uitm)– Silver medal MSSA / CIDB youth dome in steel competition (Malaysia)– top5 semi final ICSSR dissertation paper (Malaysia) ARCASIA student’s Architectural Design Competition (International) 2017

computer software 3D google skethup | AutoCAD | Mircosoft office | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe In-Design | Lumion rendering personal skills hand draw sketch | teaching | leadership | martial-art | model making | design

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INTEREST

PUBLICATION

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art | painting | travelogue | furniture design | comics | • technology | design program | design product | teaching | • films | foods | games | gadget & tech | exhibition | craft | kids • & cats | taking picture • • •

Urban Design Research Lab UDRL Indonesia Revue documentation of architecture book Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival KLAF 2017 catalogue book arch reporter (website) RIBA President’s Award 2017 (website) Pinterest (website)

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MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE | DESIGN THESIS PROJECT

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PROJECT[X] | INSTITUTE OF EXTRAORDINARY YOUNGSTERS PROJECT DESCRIPTION

ABSTRACT

Institute of Extraordinary Youngsters is a research and development facilities, inclusive of a training school that develops and study the abilities and potentials of the extraordinary youngsters in Malaysia. The idea of these facilities is to amplify human potential and gives proper syllabus to the extraordinary youngsters. The spaces provided are to give constant and manipulating variables that give challenges of mind. It is designed to develop various experiences to the youngsters. This development is monitored, recorded, analyzed, and the data obtained can be used to develop talent and ability power. These data will be the main ingredient to human potential development studies. The spaces are separated during activities event either play, studies or event sleep, but at the same time complement each other and working together.

Project [X] is a hypothetical project that manifest the idea of fabricated and upgrading human potential through research of epigenetic using psychoactive spaces as an architectural medium. Psychoactive come from word psychology and active. Psychoactive spaces are spaces that affecting the result of the active brain activity psychologically. Psychoactive spaces exist by responsive of perceptual spaces that a person experiencing. Perceptual spaces are more relies on a person subjective experiences that used to define configuration of symbols and objects that exist within a certain boundary that isolate from one space to another. Perceptual spaces related in two aspects, one is physical aspect that perceived directly with the senses inside the person body and the other one is metaphorical spaces that allow permit of imagination extension of mind. Psychoactive spaces comes out with variables that affect nervous system which is smell, noise, light, heat, spatial orientation, perception of movement, and tactile sensation.

THESIS STATEMENT PSYCHOACTIVE SPACE IN ARCHITECTURE CAN DEVELOP YOUNGSTER POTENTIAL TROUGH IMPLEMENTATION EPIGENETIC STUDIES

Keywords: human potential, epigenetic, psychoactive space, perceptual space

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PROJECT AIM & OBJECTIVE the aim of this project is to accomplish a new generation or new batch of extraordinary youngsters equip them with enhance thinking skill and soft and special skill which can serve the country and compete Malaysia worldwide in any various of field though the study of human biological upgrade mechanism to study the concept space manipulation architectural approach in order to find the variable that respond to invoke psychoactive space to the user.

[X] [X]

to study and justified space requirement to running a research and development facility that impose full potential of the usage area and its implications.

[X]

to study mechanism programming in human development study and how its work toward architectural variable to its human respond content

WHAT?! HOW?! WHY?! WHERE?! WHO?! a proposal project of research and development of extraorndinaries youngster institute

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to build a facilities that able to manifest the human potential studies by integration achitectural design principle to human respond

-to study and collect data on potential human ability and talent -step for malaysia human development studies woldwide competition

persiaran bestari, cyber10, cyberjaya, putrajaya

involve several parties which is subject, the youngsters, educator, researcher, investor, authority and special body


ISSUES AND SCENARIOS BACKGROUND - PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Institute of Extraordinary Youngsters is a research and development facilities, inclusive of a training school that develops and study the abilities and potentials of the extraordinary youngsters in Malaysia. The idea of these facilities is to amplify human potential and gives proper syllabus to the extraordinary youngsters. The spaces provided are to give constant and manipulating variables that give challenges of mind. It is designed to develop various experiences to the youngsters. This development is monitored, recorded, analyzed, and the data obtained can be used to develop talent and ability power. These data will be the main ingredient to human potential development studies. The spaces are separated during activities event either play, studies or event sleep, but at the same time complement each other and working together. MALAYSIA AND THE EVENTS OF EXTRAORDINARIES PEOLPLE In this globalization era, every country is fighting each other in every field and opportunity, including Malaysia, one of risen country worldwide. With high density of population Malaysian gain 30 million people recently. Among this 30 million people there is some minority with appear with extra-ordinary talent and ability. This minority take 0.01% (umt collaboration japan, 2015, Malaysian index of genius people).

ITS MIGHT LOOK SMALL IN NUMBER BUT IF WE SUM OUT THIS 0.01% ITS EQUAL TO 300K PEOPLE OF MALAYSIA POPULATION WHOA ARE EXTRAORDINARY. THIS GROUP OF PEOPLE IS SUPPRESSING TO FOLLOW OUR AVERAGE SYLLABUS OF LIFESTYLE. In this proposal is we are collecting in group and study their capability by result enhancing by amplified to further potential. By research data bank data, we could manifest normal human to upgrade to superhuman. The current population of Malaysia is 30,811,664 as of Wednesday, August 24, 2016, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Malaysia population is equivalent to 0.41% of the total world population. Malaysia ranks number 44 in the list of countries by population. The population density in Malaysia is 94 per Km2 (242 people per mi2). The total land area is 328,543 Km2 (126,851 sq. miles) 75.5 % of the population is urban (23,444,458 people in 2016) The median age in Malaysia is 28.9 years.

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PROBLEM AND ISSUES

DARPA: GENETICALLY MODIFIED HUMANS FOR A SUPER SOLDIER ARMY OCTOBER 11, 2015

JAPAN TECH RESEARCHERS LAUNCH ‘SUPERHUMAN SPORTS SOCIETY’ CHINA WILL DEVELOP JUN 4, 2015 THE FIRST GENETICALLY ENHANCED ‘SUPERHUMANS’, EXPERTS PREDICT AUGUST3, 2016 RUSSIA CREATING BIONIC SUPERHUMAN SOLDIERS WITH BRAIN IMPLANTS -PENTAGON AUGUST 7, 2016 NASA CONFIRMS -SUPER HUMAN ABILITIES GAINED MAY 29, 2013

0.01% EXTRA ORDINARIES

A MAN FAMOUS IN CHINA FOR HIS SUPERHUMAN MEMORY BEAT AN AI IN A FACIAL RECOGNITION CONTEST JULY 05, 2016

‘A SUPERHUMAN – MADE IN CHINA’ A CONTROVERSIAL CHINESE GENEEDITING EXPERIMENT APRIL 24, 2015 OFF THE RECORD HARVARD RESEARCH TEAM REVEALS THE SHOCKING ‘SUPERHUMAN’ ABILITIES OF THE TIBETAN MONKS 2016

308,117 EXTRA ORDINARIES

research by umt colab japan,2015, malaysian index of geniues people

FORCELY SUPRESS TO

ABOVE AVERAGE AVERAGE

EDUCATION SILIBUS LINE

BELOW AVERAGE FORCELY IMPLIFIED TO

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EPIGENETICS AND THE ENVIRONMENT: HOW LIFESTYLE CAN INFLUENCE EPIGENETIC CHANGE FROM ONE GENERATION TO THE NEXT The field of epigenetics is quickly growing and with it the understanding that both the environment and individual lifestyle can also directly interact with the genome to influence epigenetic change. These changes may be reflected at various stages throughout a person’s life and even in later generations. For example, human epidemiological studies have provided evidence that prenatal and early postnatal environmental factors influence the adult risk of developing various chronic diseases and behavioral disorders. Studies have shown that children born during the period of the Dutch famine from 1944-1945 have increased rates of coronary heart disease and obesity after maternal exposure to famine during early pregnancy compared to those not exposed to famine. Less DNA methylation of the insulin-like growth factor II (IGF2) gene, a well-characterized epigenetic locus was found to be associated with this exposure. Likewise, adults that were prenatally exposed to famine conditions have also been reported to have significantly higher incidence of schizophrenia.

ARCHITECTURE INVOLVEMENT MANIPULATION FACTOR

WHAT’S MAKE YOU IS YOU! genotype epigenetics

your genes

phenotype

your environment & lifestyles

WHAT PROVE THAT CAN WE

SECONDS

UPGRADEABLE? EPIGENETIC

MINUTES HOURS DAYS MONTHS YEARS

DECADES GENERATION CENTURIES MILENNIA MILLIONS EONS

you!

HOMEOSTASIS

NEUROPLASTICITY EPIGENETIC NATURAL SELECTION 16


SPACE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TARGET USER OF SPACE

YOUNGSTER

kids 3-6 years old

kids 7-12 years old

kids 13-15 years old

above 15 years old

PROGRAMS

PLAY

REST

CLASS

hostel shared facilities management unit

learning section management unit

PROGRAM

PROGRAM

PROGRAM

open section close section management unit

ADULT

management

educator

researcher | scientist BUILDING

MONITORING LABORATORY OFFICE laboratory unit SERVICE SUPPORT monitoring office data unit data unit SPACE supplement unit SPACE

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management unit air conditioning system facilities fire fighting system electrical system telecomunication system water supply room


PROGRAMMES The programmes of these facilities is activities that amplify human potential and gives proper syllabus to the extraordinary youngsters. The spaces provided are to give constant and manipulating variables that give challenges of mind. It is designed to develop various experiences to the youngsters. This development is monitored, recorded, analyzed, and the data obtained can be used to develop talent and ability power. These data will be the main ingredient to human potential development studies. The spaces are separated during activities event either play, studies or event sleep, but at the same time complement each other and working together.

EPIGENETIC

BIOLOGICAL UPGRADE MECHANISM

BIOLOGICAL UPGRADE MECHANISM

pro·gram prōgram noun plural noun: programmes 1.a planned series of future events, items, or performances. “a weekly program of films” synonyms: schedule, agenda, calendar, timetable; order of events, lineup “our program for the day”

design PROGRAMMES

DESIGN PROGRAM

CLASS PROGRAM

enhancing cognitive brain skill

REST PROGRAM

Polyphasic Sleep and sleep realm

PLAY PROGRAM

developing physical and mind creativity

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

research and data collecting

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CYBERJAYA x NATURAL ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE The climate in Malaysia is typically tropical, annual southwest (April to October) and northeast (October to February) monsoons. The terrain: coastal plains rising to hills and mountains. For Cyberjayain January the daily average maximum temperatures is 32°C with the average minimum 23°C, while in June the average maximum is 33°C with a minimum of 24°C. The wettest month for Cyberjayais November with an average of 250.0mm of precipitation falling while the driest month is June with 100.0 mm falling.

Hill slope development –replanting trees with high carbon sequestration vegetation

Conserve water bodies for carbon sequestration

Soil Types Histosols, Gleysols(HS), a soil with more than a defined amount of organic matter; an organic soil.

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node x landmark : cyberjaya, 9. d pulze kuala lumpur 10. wisma mustafa kamal 1. taman tasik cyberjaya 11. lembaga hasil dalam negeri 2.majlis perbandaran sepang 12. hewlett packard 3. gem in mall 13. kirby international school 4. multimedia university 14. dell 5. lim kok wing college 15. balai polis cyberjaya 6. mampu 16. enterprise parks 7. masjid raja haji fisabilillah 17. eco-park + recycle centre 8. wisma shell 18. urban park

19. paragon @ pan’gea 20. shaftbury square 21. itech tower 22. wisma shell 23. i.m.p.a.c.t serviced office 24. sme technopreneur centre 25. hyve soho suites 26. street mall 27. tamarind square 28. mmu university

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LOCATION OF WATER BODY AND LAKE

ACCESSIBILITY LINGKAGE

under develop develop

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DEVELOP AND UNDERDEVELOP LAND

condominium / serviced apartment landed housing mixed development

LAND USED DEVELOPMENT - RESIDENTIAL


LAND USED DEVELOPMENT - OFFICE to kuala lumpur / bukit jalil

residential and corporate office soho sofo sovo low rise building (<10storey) mid rise building (>10storey)

retail soho suites integrated residence and commercial

LAND USED DEVELOPMENT - COMMERCIAL

to puchong

future lrt station

erl station @ putrajaya sentral

to elite highway to putrajaya

future lrt station

to putrajaya cyberjaya expressway

OVERALL MAIN HIGHWAY ACCESSIBILITY

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION - TRAIN

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20 MINUTE WALKING RADIUS


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TAMARID SQUARE

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RESIDENTIAL: CRISTAL RESIDENCY

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RESIDENTIAL: SERIN RESIDENCY WISMA MUSTAFA KAMAL

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SITE SELECTION REQUIREMENT : PERSIARAN BESTARI CYBER 10, CYBERJAYA, KUALA LUMPUR For this proposal several specification must taking in consideration that suit to the program. 2nd tier and 3rd tier in urban complexity is suit to this project. So base on this site it appear in the 2nd tier urban complexity characteristic that suit to this program that the site can serve is water body to serve water activity and landscape surrounding for summer camp activity. Near to main road to easy access.

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SWOC ANALYSIS

lot no : block 13 total size land : 14.55 acre location : persiaran bestari, cyber10, cyberjaya, kuala lumpur, malaysia land use : interprise land omner : state government

CYBERJAYA URBAN LEISURE ACTIVITIES

setback facing road : 40ft (12.2m) common boundaries : 20ft ( 6.1m)

catch pokemon

play kite

pedestrian / cycling path development of cyberjaya has been well planned to incorporate a proper shared pedestrian and bicycle lane

sun path

drone

access road road access to this site is persiaran bestari that link from elite highway to kuala lumpur city centre

STRENGTH strategic location within proximity of klang valley location WEAKNESS less population as the areas is still undergoing development process. hardly can see human traffic, not vibrant enough OPPORTUNITY creating high-knowledge and skillful generation and worker as it provided creative, good educational system, infrastructure and amenities CONSTRAINT due to new development currently in progress certain facilities and amenities are still in the process of planning

taking photo

centre of excellence for knowledge and highly-skilled man power jogging

various future developments taking place from well established developers ofeering vibrant living experience. low emission and sustainable ecosystem the journey or route to the city centre from the site is quite a distant that lead people tend to drive rather than taking public transportation

riding bicycle

fishing

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THE CLIENT

CLIENT | CHAN ZUCKERBERG INITIATIVE The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative was launched by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Priscilla Chan, a pediatrician and founder of the Primary School. CZI advancing human potential and promoting equality will require a new approach for all working towards these goals. CZI build technology to make change. Many institutions invest money in these challenges, but most progress comes from productivity gains through innovation. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative was launched by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Priscilla Chan, a pediatrician and founder of the Primary School. CZI mission -- advancing human potential and promoting equality -- will require a new approach for all working towards these goals. CZI must make long term investments over 25, 50 or even 100 years. The greatest challenges require very long time horizons and cannot be solved by short term thinking. CZI engage directly with the people we serve. Empower people byunderstand the needs and desires of their communities. CZI build technology to make change. Many institutions invest money in these challenges, but most progress comes from productivity gains through innovation. CZI participate in policy and advocacy to shape debates. Many institutions are unwilling to do this, but progress must be supported by movements to be sustainable. CZI back the strongest and most independent leaders in each field. Partnering with experts is more effective for the mission than trying to lead efforts ourselves. CZI take risks today to learn lessons for tomorrow. We’re early in our learning and many things we try won’t work, but we’ll listen and learn and keep improving. http://chanzuckerberg.com/

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CLIENT’S MISSION AND VISION ARCHITECTURE x ENGINEERING x SOCIAL CHANGE

CHAN ZUCKERBERG INITIATIVE INVEST $3 BILLION TO CURE DISEASE. SEPT23, 2016 Pediatrician Dr. Priscilla Chan and her husband Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg are investing billions in making the world healthier. In an emotional announcement in San Francisco on Wednesday, Chan said the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will be investing $3 billion over 10 years to build tools to advance health care. The first investment is a new $600 million research center called Biohub, in partnership with scientists and researchers from Stanford University; the University of California, Berkeley; and the University of California, San Francisco. The Biohub will focus on building new tools to understand and treat disease. With her family in the audience, Chan described how the initiative’s mission is to prevent or manage all diseases in our children’s lifetime -- or by the end of the century. “WE WANT TO BUILD A FUTURE IN WHICH OUR CHILDREN CAN LIVE LONG AND REWARDING LIVES,” she said. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative focuses global efforts on four areas: personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. The initiative is a limited liability company, not a nonprofit. When the couple launched the initiative in December 2015 -- not long after the birth of their daughter, Max -- Zuckerberg said he would give away 99% of his Facebook (FB, Tech30) shares through the organization over their lifetimes. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has since invested in a variety of programs, including the Indian education technology company BYJU and African software development training program Andela. Local efforts include individual donations to Bay Area teachers through school district partnerships. Following his wife’s announcement, Zuckerberg detailed a roadmap for furthering research and funding. He said the goal is to bring scientists and engineers together to build tools and more technology, while growing a movement to fund science. Although the effort will take time, Zuckerberg urged “we need to be patient.” Initiative representatives used stage time to discuss some of Biohub’s project ideas, such as building a cell atlas that documents all the locations and properties of cell types in humans, incorporating software engineering into databases and developing engineered human stem cells. “EVERYTHING WE DEVELOP, EVERY TOOL, WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ALL SCIENTISTS EVERYWHERE,” said Dr. Cori Bargmann, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s incoming president of science. “CURE, PREVENT OR MANAGE ALL DISEASE”

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FEASIBILITY STUDY

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY WHY CYBERJAYA AS SITE SELECTION ? what’s cyberjaya urban complex can offer to it’s people?

30 minute travel by car from cyberjaya to kuala lumpur, greater kl area & kuala lumpur international airport (klia)

out of 86,000 population, 23,000 are students with 40% of those are from oversea & 35,000 knowledge (k)worker

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A CITY IN THE MAKING

dedicated home to many worl-class education transportation system multinationals and hub with smart school ( dts) or shuttle bus many other local msc- including mmu, luct, service in cyberjaya’s status companies such cums and etc which is cost effective as ibm, dell, hp, dhl, for those who live and shell outside of cyberjaya

there are plans for a digital museum and performing art centre + shopping malls in near soon

first city to have ”fibre about 71% of land has industrial malaysia’s pioneer optics” infrastructure been developed, is development is strictly green townships fully laid down which under construction, or prohibited to ensure with 48% of its land can supply an internet in planning stages clean air quality reserved for public speed of up to 100 throught the city amenities & greenery mbps at affordable rates.


SITE INTRODUCTION/OVERVIEW : CYBERJAYA, KUALA LUMPUR

FACTOR INVESTING IN CYBERJAYA

In 1997, Malaysia’s 4th Prime Minister, YAB Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, saw the potential for the countary to leapfrog into a high-income nation by furthur developing the area, and pushed for the development of what would be the world’s first smart city

current net office space - 8million sq ft -with 70% occupancy, estimated to provide 33,6600 working opportunity next to putrajaya, federal administrative centre of malaysia -net office space of 37.2 million (90% occupancy), with estimated 235,000 working opportunity close to klia 1&2 -70 million passenger transactions - estimated 60,000 working opportunity 13 university + 2 college within 3-16km -estimated 7,000 working opportunity in lim kok wing, mmu -cucms, uiam, umcse, oum, upm, uniten, kliuc, perdana u, hwum, xmum, uitm, kbic, kcp, etc 3 major hospital within 15km radius -total 1,200 overbed, with appoximately 4,800 working people in hospital putrajaya, hospital serdang and putrajaya cancer centre international hotels and resort within 15km radius -total 1,494 hotel room with 4,500 working people in cyberview resort & spa, 101 marriot, shangri-la putrajaya, pullman putrajaya, everly putrajaya world class infrastructure -48km fiber optic low density - only 52% for development land ( out of 6,960 acre ) -48% ( 3,340 acre ) for public amenities and greenery purpose our malaysia silicon city -local & international people to work, study and stay tip top air quality -only 10 acre of total land for llight industry

Cyberjaya Malaysia has a land space of 6,960 acre and 3,705 acre of saleable land. It is a fully integrated city and aspires to be known as the ”Silicon Valley” of Malaysia. Cyberjaya Malaysia is an ICT and innovationcentric township integral to Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (M.S.C Malaysia). It has since developed into a self-contained city with worldclass I.T infrastucture, low density urban enterprice along its state of art commercial, residential, enterprise and institutional development. The city has grown into a maturing ecosystem that supports the various component that make up the vibration cybercity. These element coexist with each other, supporting and providing opportunities for the SMEs, local companies, MNCs, educational institutional, enterprises and commercial companies that have decided to establish their businesses in Cyberjaya. Cyberjaya’s accomplishments will furthur spur all key stakeholders to realise Cyberjaya as a global MSC Malaysia Cybercity hub and preferred location for ICT, Multumedia and Service for innovation and operation parallel to fulfilling specific Goverment initiatives in support of the innovation economy. Country Origin : Peninsular Malaysia Cyberjaya Location : District of Sepang (MPS) Selangor, 50km South of KL Known as : ”Malaysian’s Silicon Valley” Year founded : Year 1997 ( First Phase Development ) Number of district : 12 small districts Total area (acre) : 6,960 acre (53% saleable land) Population Growth : 55,000 (2014) Infrastructure units : 4,220 units of residential / 790 companies

MALE

53% 87% MALAYSIAN

FEMALE

53%

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MARKET FEASIBILITY EXAMPLE SKILLS ON HIGH DEMAND COMPUTER SUPPORT: Computer software and equipment is becoming increasingly more useful and complex, creating a steady and ever-growing need for computer support specialists, often called technical support specialists. With moderate on the job training or vocational education, computer support specialists can earn a median pay of $46,260 per year. CONSTRUCTION: The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects to see rapid growth in the construction sector, an industry that’s poised to add 1.8 million jobs by 2020. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies construction as one of the top industries for wage and salary employment growth, at a rate of 2.9%. Construction workers include electricians, elevator installers, building inspectors, and plumbers, to name a few, and median salaries can be as high as $70,000. MANUFACTURING: Students in manufacturing trade schools are in such high demand, they’re often hired even before they graduate. CNN reports that manufacturers are “begging” for more workers trained in advanced manufacturing skills, specifically with training in computer design, machine shop technology, and machine shop math. New hires with higher-level manufacturing skills can earn starting salaries of about $40,000 per year, and often earn up to $65,000 within two years. For some workers, that means earning more with vocational education than they might have earned with a four-year degree, and enjoying a higher demand to boot. AUTO SERVICING: Employment of auto service technicians is poised to experience healthy growth, especially for those who have completed formal vocational training programs. The opportunities can be great, and the industry should add about 124,800 new jobs by 2020. HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE: Workers who are able to interact with the public in health care or social assistance situations will find the most demand for jobs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics identified this industry as the one expected to gain the most jobs this decade. All told, there should be 5.6 million new jobs for health care and social assistance, making it a high demand industry now and in the future. Jobs that fall under this category include work done in health offices, home health services, hospitals, residential care facilities, and day care services. source : online college October 11th, 2012 written by Staff Writers

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FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY

8.5M

PEOPLE NEEDS TRANING

1.4M

PEOPLE TRAINED

35% age <19yrs majority of this age group population is among young children which show many young family have settle down down in cyberjaya

56% age 20-44 the largest age group in this quantum is the PMEB segment where professionals are the highest

8% age >45 cyberjaya is relatively a new city and is inhabited by young dwellers. most residence of this age group are parent to young families who moved in to cyberjaya

CYBERJAYA STRONG GROWTH

PROPERTY BUSINESS INVESTMENT EXPORT 12% increase from 9.53b total 7.22b reveneue from 23% (3.56b) of total msc 37% of total msc in 2012 and 250% increase msc companies in cyberjaya investment in malaysia companies exports comes from 3.16b in 2010. tota; which comprises 28% of comes from cyberjaya from cyberjaya investment of rm 17b in total MSC companies in which contributes 3.52b to 2014 malaysia malaysia gdp

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PROJECT x INFORMATION DIAGRAM MAP TOWARDS ACCOMPLISHMENT #T1 THEORY I PSYCHOACTIVE SPACE

TARGET USER : YOUNGSTER

#T2 THEORY II SPACE AS THIRD TEACHER TARGET USER : YOUNGSTER

#T3 THEORY III PANOPTICITY: WAY TO MONITOR SEEING, KNOWLEDGE AND POWER

TARGET USER : MANAGEMENT

THEORY IX ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENT TERRITORY

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DESIGN APPLICATION #A1 MODULAR BLOCK

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DESIGN APPROACH THEORIES [X] | PSYCHOACTIVE SPACE

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VARIABLE THAT HOLD CHARCTERISTIC OF SPACE THAT INVOKE HUMAN POTENTIAL

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

PSYCHOACTIVE SPACES

Institute of extraordinary youngster is a research and development facilities with inclusive of training school that develop and study the ability and potential to extraordinary youngsters in Malaysia. The institute were design to embody space amplified potential in youngster. The space gives constant and manipulating variable that give challenge in mind developing experience to the youngsters. The idea of this facilities is amplified human potential and give proper syllabus to the extraordinary youngster. By this development, we have data on developing talent and ability power. This data will be main ingredients to human potential development studies. The space break into separation during activities event either play, studies or event sleep, but at the same time compliment each other and working together.

Psychoactive come from word psychology and active. Psychoactive space is the relation on space that resulting of active brain activity psychologically. Psychoactive space exists by responsive of perceptual space for a person experiences. Perceptual space is a person subjective experience that define configuration of symbols and object that exist within a certain boundary that isolate from one space to another. (john p.eberhard and patoine 2004) perceptual space related in two aspects, one is physical aspect that perceived directly with the senses inside the person body and the other one is metaphorical spaces that allow permit of imagination extension of mind. Psychoactive space come out with variables that affect nervous system which is smells, noise, light, heat, spatial orientation, perception of movement and tactile sensation.

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SUPER SENSORY DEVELOPMENT

SUPER SENSORY READING

SUPER BRAIN TRAINING

MIND MANAGEMENT KIDS

SUPER SPEED MEMORY

SUPER SPEED CALCULATION

SUPER BRAINWAVES TRAINING

SELFDEVELOPMENT KINDERGARTEN


COGNITIVE SKILLS: THE 8 CORE COGNITIVE CAPACITIES SUSTAINED ATTENTION ability to look at, listen to and think about classroom tasks over a period of time. All teaching and learning depends on it. Without attention, new learning simply does not happen, and issues of understanding and memory are of no relevance.

MULTIPLE SIMULTANEOUS ATTENTION ability to multitask with success. It is the ability to move attention and effort back and forth between two or more activities when engaged in them at the same time. It makes demands on sustained attention, response inhibition and speed of information processing, and also requires planning and strategy.

RESPONSE INHIBITION ability to inhibit oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own response to distractions. Imagine two children paying close attention to a lesson, when there is a sudden noise in the hallway.The child who maintains attention has better response inhibition.

WORKING MEMORY ability to remember instructions or keep information in the mind long enough to perform tasks. We use simple working memory when we look at a phone number and keep it in mind while we dial it. Working memory is the sketch pad of the mind where we put things to think about and manipulate.

SPEED OF INFORMATION PROCESSING refers to how quickly a learner can process incoming information. Some scientists consider speed of information processing a central aspect of IQ. Many children with attention problems often are unable to keep up with the lesson plan presented by the teacher.

CATEGORY FORMATION ability to organize information, concepts and skills into categories, and forms the cognitive basis for higher-level abilities like applying, analyzing, and evaluating those concepts and skills. Categories are the basis of language and organization of the world.

COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY AND CONTROL ability to change what you are thinking about, how you are thinking about it and even what you think about it â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in other words, the ability to change your mind. Cognitive flexibility is required in multiple ways throughout the school day.

PATTERN RECOGNITION ability of the human brain to not only find patterns, but figure out in a logical way what those patterns suggest about what will happen next. In a broad sense, pattern recognition and inductive thinking form the basis for all scientific inquiry.

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THEORIES [X] | SPACE AS THIRD TEACHER CREATING CHILD FRIENDLY LEARNING SPACES THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENT

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT strong, healty bodies coordination stress management physical confidence, fine and large motor skills, agility

COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT scientifics and mathematical thinking, language skill, literacy skills, research and inquiry skills, independent thinking

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT coorporation, negotiation collaboration, socialization, rules formation, conflict resolution

EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT empathy, impulse control, self regulation, persistence, resilience, self confidence, joy source : childdevelopmentmedia

THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF THE ARTS IN NEW YORK (CMA) WORKac’s new installations for the Children’s Museum of the Arts take children’s creativity seriously, providing versatile spaces for kids — from studios and galleries to reading rooms and a clay bar. The existing structure of the building and the pedagogical approach shaped the space’s program, which is basically divided in two levels: the studio spaces and the entry lobby, on the ground floor of the former loading dock, and the gallery space in the center. The architectural design is focused on a distribution from the entrance to the large central gallery space, passing through a series of smaller spaces that surround the gallery and organize circulation between the various programs and spaces. While the studio spaces themselves are like modernist “white boxes” in order to focus attention on art-making, the circulation space is colour-coded following the entire colour spectrum to allow a better and more playful orientation for children. At the lower level, younger kids and their parents can go from the lobby through a “stroller parking garage” to the Wee Arts Studio, specifically dedicated to arts programs for children from 1 to 5 years with painting, drawing, drumming and more. Above this stroller-room is the ball pond, which gives children the chance for some body exercise and is visible from the street.

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TRANSFORMABILITY VARIED USE OF AND FLEXIBILITY SPACE large connecting T e m p o r a r ythe group keeps its space in the center is transformations areteacher but each year consciously designed made by movablethey switch their space. to eliminate corridors, furniture, screens,In this way each room perform the connecting partitions, wall panels,is equipped for specific function, but also etc. Permanent onesage, and children creates an environment are made by physicalgrowth is more for relationships, modification of the spacetangible for them. communication, interaction between children and adults.

architectural language and atmosphere of the environment have an established identity

conscious choice of not to create hierarchy among the different by function spaces. Horizontality is physical manifest for democracy of functions, equal status and sociality.

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studio which compliments the functions of the classroom, whit out replacing it. Used for research, experiments, and work with variety materials.

Each space is designed according this and is equipped with materials encouraging exploration. It is important all spaces in the school to be accessible to the children to use them, including the kitchen and the offices.

the architecture and the design of the school environment should be in connection with the surrounding aesthetic and culture. School should be part of the community, not isolated.

providing visibility between rooms helps children gain a better understanding of the building structure and space or uncovered brick wall declares static role of each part and give positive value of each element.

INSIDE OUTSIDE RELATION this institude should “feel”what is going on outside – from weather to seasons change, from time to the rhythm of the town, simply because it exists at a certain place and time.

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THEORIES [X] | PANOPTICITY: WAY TO MONITOR - SEEING, KNOWLEDGE AND POWER

WITH GREAT POWER COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY BEN PARKER

CAN WE UPGRADE AND INNOVATE PANOPTICON THEORY?

[UUHH YES! ]

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THE PANOPTICITY: To induce in the inmate a state of conscious and permanent visibility that assures the automatic functioning of power. So to arrange things that the surveillance is permanent in its effects, even if it is discontinuous in its action; that the perfection of power should tend to render its actual exercise unnecessary; that this architectural apparatus should be a machine for creating and sustaining a power relation independent of the person who exercises it; in short, that the inmates should be caught up in a power situation of which they are themselves the bearers. This idea was introduce by Micheal Foucault on idea of Panopticon : mechanism arranges spatial unities that make it possible to see constantly & to recognise immediate.


THE PANOPTICITY IN TODAY APPLICATION TOWARD WOLRD AND PEOPLE Nowadays the panopticon theory used almost every but hidden to the eye of public. The theory of panopticon are not use literally but instead used as principle. This is called all seeing eye where all human activity are being monitor trough digitally. People aware of this situation but digital life become necessity toward human society. Almost every human at this earth using digital social interaction like facebook, instagram, tweeter and others social media. Internet is the medium to all this social medial work in action. This situation give high potential to man at the top to monitor all human activity even the scariest part this social media give personal information to access and link in every day activity.

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THEORIES [X] | ARCHITECTURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND TERRITORY

GEODESIC DOME APPLICATION AS DESIGN METHOD

TERRITORY: ENERGY AND EQUITY In 1960, Buckminster Fuller and Shoji Sadao come out with visionary proposal to enclose midtown Manhattan with a two-milewide glass hemisphere called as Manhattan Dome. Fuller and Sadao’s photomontage of the project shows the Dome as an artificial bubble enclosing the world’s most constructed environment, Manhattan—a representation that continues to capture people’s imagination today. This project explanations took a decidedly more pragmatic tone, discussing construction details and energy savings. They conceived of the Dome as a super-envelope within which the city’s many processes could be managed and balanced. Then, as now, systems-based thinkers understood objects, conditions, and problems not in isolation but in terms of interconnections and interdependencies. Yet their approach employed systems thinking narrowly by focusing on energy usage and resource consumption within the Dome, without really taking into account social and cultural exchange processes. Not all the system’s inputs and outputs are traced. Questions like “Who’s in the Dome and who’s out?” and “Who benefits?” and “Who loses?” were not answered. Synergetics is the system of holistic thinking which R. Buckminster Fuller introduced and began to formulate. Synergetics is multi-faceted: it involves geometric modeling, exploring interrelationships in the facts of experience and the process of thinking. Montreal Biosphere designed by Buckminster Fuller for Synergetics endeavors to identify and understand the methods that Nature actually uses in coordinating Universe (both physically and the 1967 Montreal Expo metaphysically). Synergetics provides a method and a philosophy for problem-solving and design and therefore has applications in all areas of human endeavor. Like other Fuller concepts, Synergetics is interested in the production of the machine as a whole and not the individual parts. He wanted to maximize the output of the Spaceship Earth for the benefit of humanity. He explained this largely through geometry and geometric structures. Synergetics is wide ranging study utilizing expertise in various sciences and arts such as thermodynamics, chemistry, psychology, biochemistry, economics, philosophy and theology. Looking at Fuller’s dome structures, smaller geometric shapes are used as building blocks for the main structure. For example, triangles within BUCKMINSTER FULLER the greater shape of his geodesic domes. sources : umsl.edu sources : nextcity

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OTHER ARCHITECTURE BUILDING USING DOME AS ISOLATION OF SPACE

HENRY DOORLY ZOO AND AQUARIUM at Omaha, Nebraska by John Armkneeht

GARDEN OF EDEN at Cornwall, England by Nicholas Grimshaw

REICHSTAG GLASS DOME New German Parliament Berlin THE FLOWER DOME CONSERVATORY, Singapore by by Foster + Partners Wilkinson Eyre Architects

SCIENCE WORLD at Telus World of Science, Vancouver by Buckminster Fuller

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PROJECT x DESIGN APPLICATION

APPLICATION DERIVED FROM THEORIES

#A1

MODULAR BLOCK

ARCHITECTURE ITS SELF ITS A PLAYGROUNG

MODULAR BLOCK Modular box is architecture method towards application that solving problem regarding about theory : space as third teacher. Invoking creativity residen inside youngster important to this project. Modular block floor finish must children friendly, light, soft and firm by structure. Block by block are easily assemble and disassemble. While open block by block, some compartment lies secret treasure such as trampoline. By assorting the modular block, its has potential to rearrage by creativity to play stack to reform such as mountain box Using modular box also related to design solution to psychoactive variable - tactile sensation. One modular box are consist 4 faces are implant with 6 different material. The material are divided by 3 type which is grassy material, smooth material and rubber material. In grassy material is artificial grass and pebble stone. In rubber material is bouncing rubber and martial art mattress. In smooth material is wood and epoxy finish material.

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smooth material

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MODULAR BLOCK + HYDRAULIC SYSTEM BLOCK PANEL BEAN BAG

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM TRENOMAT AIRSTAGES Trenomat stages are some of the most robust on the market. With Airstage, a stage or stepped rostrum can be simply lifted out of the floor. The stages are stored in a pit just 180-200mm deep and sit flush with the venue floor when stored. They can then be raised into position with a detachable handle. As a result, no extra storage space is required, and minimal handling is needed.

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#A3

mian tower monitor the user

the user looking toward the lcd monitor screen

mian tower monitor release the companion drone

#T3

PANOPTICON TOWER Panopticon tower is design solution for controlling and managing purposes. The idea of tower instead of regular office space, tower represent power. By placing in the middle empower the program and establishment of top and hierachi of status. Panopticon tower also place of collecting information from every management in every unit program and act as main data bank for this project. In this project new intervention are introduce to enhance theory by Micheal Fucault. The tower are place with giant LCD screen to give live information form main tower towards the user, educator, researcher and youngster. Another intervention is using companion drone to react to the user.

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DRONE COMPANION Fying drone companion is design solution by intervention of Panopticon theory. Fying companion drone use as butler robot that serve educator, researcher and youngster. The companion drone will fly directly to the user to give video call or information from main tower to user or the user to main tower. At the same time this companion drone work with the parents. Parents can monitor their childrens performance through computer, tablet even phone towards their achievement. the parent also can video call the childrens using the system with help with companion drone. Main weebo - flying companion robot tower will be middle man between fictional character design by parents and their childrens. With this program will reduce paranoid Samuel W. Taylor among parent towards this project.

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#A5

ENVELOPMENT MECHANISM AND CONTROL

double low-e glass

building block component

solar photovoltaic panel

building block component with envelop bondary

ENVELOPMENT MECHANISM By theory : psychoactive space there are several variable to be monitor and control the manipulation factor which is smells, noise, light, heat, spatial orientation, perception of movement and tactile sensation. This geodesic dome can control variable smells, light, heat, moist and ventilation. Material used as finishing on this dome structure is double low-e glass, photovoltaic panel and frosted glass. Photovoltaic panel are dominate at top part of the dome to maximise the emission of sun and at the same time give shaded inside contiment. The panel are arrage randomly to give natural effect to the environment. Most of the panel can be open like building cite du design saint etienne and the panel are control by main tower. This is suit with the controlling variable of psychoactive space and result data collecting towards the youngster.

frosted glass

building block component with geodesic dome

#T1 #T4

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DESIGN CONCEPT THE NATURE OF SPINAL CORD AS DESIGN PLANNING spi·nal cord noun Spinal cord is the cylindrical bundle of nerve fibers and associated tissue that is enclosed in the spine and connects nearly all parts of the body to the brain, with which it forms the central nervous system. By the nature of this spinal cord, the design planning and spacing are derived from its functionality. To space planning, the spinal cord were became main interior path finding that lead to every space side by side either right hand side space or left hand side space. With this typology the are 2 or more obvious space zoning can be introduce to respond by its function and need. As overall this typology appear as linear space zoning with start point and end point but at the same time give flexibility to every zoning to come out with their own layout

DESIGN PRINCIPLE “PERCEPTUAL SPACES ARE MORE RELIES ON A PERSON SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCES THAT USED TO DEFINE CONFIGURATION OF SYMBOLS AND OBJECTS THAT EXIST WITHIN A CERTAIN BOUNDARY THAT ISOLATE FROM ONE SPACE TO ANOTHER. “ 47

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PERCEPTION OF MOVEMENT

PSYCHOACTIVE SPACE VARIABLE


DESIGN SOLUTION “TETRIS”-FICATION New models of space matric were intervention for this project whereas the nature of the project is reach that involve into varies situation. The space and its requirement were design first that develop to space matric then every space are arrange according to space level of privacy and close to its function. This method is radically and inverted to the normal way of design. Normal method are designing from macro to micro but instead this method are reversed Since the space are designing first, every space are arrange by stacking to every each space matrix module

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DRONE COMPANION Flying drone companion is design solution by intervention of Panopticon theory. The flying companion drone use as butler robot that serve educator, researcher and youngster. The companion drone will fly directly to the user to give video call or information from main tower to user or the user to main tower. At the same time this companion drone work with the parents. Parents can monitor their children performance through computer, tablet even phone towards their achievement. The parent also cans video call the children using the system with help with companion drone. Main tower will be middle man between parents and their children. With this program will reduce paranoid among parent towards this project.

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Recognition

Horizontality

Piazza

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ENVELOPEMENT MECHANISM By theory : psychoactive space there are several variable to be monitor and control the manipulation factor which is smells, noise, light, heat, spatial orientation, perception of movement and tactile sensation. This geodesic dome can control variable smells, light, heat, moist and ventilation. Material used as finishing on this dome structure is double low-e glass, photovoltaic panel and frosted glass. Photovoltaic panel are dominate at top part of the dome to maximise the emission of sun and at the same time give shaded inside contiment. The panel are arrage randomly to give natural effect to the environment. Most of the panel can be open like building cite du design saint etienne and the panel are control by main tower. This is suit with the controlling variable of psychoactive space and result data collecting towards the youngster. “As an introduction to the investigation for the causality, origin and maintenance of the gravitational sink-vortex, consider first the possibility, as we have learned about vortices in hydrodynamics, that a similar pattern, once it’s formed in the Aether, has no reason to dissipate into randomness again, unless its dynamic structure is destroyed by another dynamic structure.” Steven Rado (1994)


design vocabulary PUSH SLIDE PULL GLIDE FOLD SWING sources :fuji kindergarden by takaharu tezuka

source : archdaily.com - CITE DU DESIGN BY LIN ARCHITECTS

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An induction motor is simply an Electric transformer whose magnetic circuit is separated by an air gape in to tow relatively movable portion, one carrying the primary and the other the secondary winding. Alternating current supplied to the primary winding from an Electric power system induces an opposite current in the secondary coil, when the later is short circuited or closed through an external impedance.Relative motion motion between between the primary and secondary structure is produced by electromagnetic forces corresponding to the power thus transferred across the air gape by induction. The essential feature which distinguishes the induction machines from the other electrical motors is that the secondary current is solely by induction, as in a transformer; instead of being supplied by a DC exciter or other external power source as in synchronous and d-c machines. Sayed Haidari (2015)

ARCHITECTURE AS SUSTAINABLE MACHINE Toward designing building that suit to sustainable, architecture itself should become a machine to the earth. In this project, there are 2 types of area that cover sustainability which is water and land. At land area special faรงade was conceptually sustainable design but controlling heat gain to the building by build-in fan faรงade and air filtration. At water area, the building will recycle water from the lake and use inside the build to water base research and cooling effect. The output of this use water will filtrate and release to the lake. So, the longer the building stay the cleaner lake stay put. SERVICES AS ARCHITECTURE FACACE DESIGN FEATURES clean air intake

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“BIOMIMICRY FACADE STUDY IS DERIVED FROM THE HUMAN LUNG STRUCTURE. AS THIS PROJECT RESPONSIVE TO COMPLEX INSTITUTIONAL, THE NATURE OF THE BUILDING MUST INTEGRATED SOLUTION THAT SOLVE THE COMPLEXITY.”

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BIOMIMICRY OF BUILDING FUNCTION REPLACATE HUMAN LUNG STRUCTURE AS MEDIUM OF BUIDING COOLING SYSTEM The idea of this facade study is derived from the human lung structure. As this project responsive to complex institutional, the nature of the building must integrated solution that solve the complexity. From normal human lung from the trachea air supply for breathing are tranfer to bronchi and than secondary bronchi. At the end of brochi the are bronchioles which inhirit large amount of alveoli. The blood capillary envelop the alveoli to make the Oxigen and Carbon Dioxide will pass trough make the lung function Same as this building, the facade integrated with module of cubic form that function as shading to the building make the cooling effect as double facade. Every module has induction motor to reduce temperature of the building as the building width facing morning sun.

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dream extraction machine

monitoring platform

eeg and mri scan machine

SPACE : DREAMSCAPE LABORATORY SPACE x [SPECIAL LAB 2] SUBCONCIOUS MIND READING, MAPPING AND PRINTING

DREAM EXTRACTION Human mind exist in 2 obvious states which is conscious mind and sub-conscious mind. Sub-conscious mind can be define as auto-pilot mind state which content and stores all of your previous life experiences, your beliefs, your memories, you skills, all situations you’ve been through and all images you’ve ever seen. The subconscious mind is responsible for the automatically triggered feelings and emotions that you suddenly experience upon facing a new situation. If you were about to give a presentation then all the fear and anxiety feelings you might experience are in fact launched and controlled by your subconscious mind. The conscious mind is, on the other hand, responsible for logic, calculations and all actions that are performed while you are conscious. The subconscious mind also controls other functions in your body like breathing and heart beats. By programming the subconscious mind with new programs you can fix many problems in your personality. Just make sure that your autopilot is capable of running your system without ruining your life or causing you any problems. Usually the subconscious mind can be program by hypnosis. The idea is what if the subconscious mind can be printed and study? By hypnosis in any mind digitalize using subjects who were hooked up to an EEG machine, then fell asleep with an fMRI machine. Once in a dream state, the neural patterns the subject creates when he or she visualizes certain types of objects in his mind can be correlated with an actual object. A “learning” algorithm can then be used to tie the data from your brain to an internet search engine that “matches” images and videos that closely resemble what you’re currently dreaming about.

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subconscious screen reading and printing

researcher dreamscape realm

EXAMPLE RESEARCHER

SUBJECT : YOUNGSTER WAITING lab enterance LOBBY

sources : inception 2010 scene movie directed by Christopher Nolan changing room

sources : Minority Report 2002 scene movie directed by Steven Spielberg

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monitoring platform

liquid test collecting tank

SPACE : PHYSICAL LABORATORY x [SPECIAL LAB 1] SUBJECT WERE GIVEN A CERTAIN TASK BY EXTERNAL VARIABLE APPLIED PHYSICAL POTENTIAL In physical laboratory, the test are close to the the manipulation factor in psychoactive space variable and with addition water properties factor which is light, heat, smell, noise, liquid properties, pressure and boyancy. This test currently are being used by NASA to train the astrounout candidate to prepare themslve towards outerspace mission. This variable test to the subject to detect body capability with over or low basic survival requiredment. Towards this test, the researcher are capable to have complete data to test human body capacity and potential. For the architectural spaces that are dealing with the human senses, psychoactive space variables are a point of interest to calibrate the methodology of finding the optimum value of human capacity. Of course every human may come out with different result but the similarities of which these research may inclined, these data can determine which value are suitable for upgrading the human potential. This finding will give a huge jump start to the future to determine every condition and data value towards human result in a kind of responses and reaction.

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sources : http://www.theverge. 2016/2/1/10883866/microsoft-underwaterdata-centers

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service and power supply wall

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reusable / recycle water intake diagram

primary structure envelope secondary structure envelope

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parimeter structure with nodes

STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL USE Towards designing container that imitate laboratory flask use, the best design is sphere where sphere shape serve water responsive capacity, water feature, gravitional effect boyancy and pressure. At every node of this structure applied rotated tube that use to spray water ( hot and cold ) and expose pressure to the flask. The subject inside the celebro will conducted to do a certain construct activity with psychoactive varible manipulator and the researcher will collect the data. The glass material is high temperated glass with opasity control to control value light penetration. ALTERNATIVE FIRE ESCAPE EXIT

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RORSCHACH IMAGE The Rorschach technique, sometimes known as the Rorschach test or the inkblot test, is a projective personality assessment based on the test taker’s reactions to a series of 10 inkblot pictures. The Rorschach technique is used to elicit information about the structure and dynamics of an individual’s personality functioning. The test provides information about a person’s thought processes, perceptions, motivations, and attitude toward his or her environment, and it can detect internal and external pressures and conflicts as well as illogical or psychotic thought patterns. The Rorschach technique can also be used for specific diagnostic purposes. Some scoring methods for the Rorschach elicit information on symptoms related to depression, schizophrenia , and anxiety disorders. Also, the test can be used to screen for coping deficits related to developmental problems in children and adolescents. sources :http://www.minddisorders. com/Py-Z/Rorschach-technique.html

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EXPLODED DIAGRAM OF MOBIUS STRIP PARK

MOVEABLE TOP ROOF GATE TOP ROOF ENCLOSURE (tranparent glass & photovoltic panel) TOP ROOF STRUCTURE ROOF ENVELOPE ENCLOSURE (tranparent glass, solid concrete cladding & photovoltic panel)

TRINGULAR SECONDARY ROOF ENVELOPE STRUCTURE 100x100mm (to hold envelope glass frame)

TRINGULAR PRIMARY ROOF ENVELOPE STRUCTURE 250mm diameter circular hollow frame (to hold secondary frame structure) FLOATING MOBIUS STRIP PLATFORM STRUCTURE 150mm diameter circular hollow frame and 300 deep I beam(to hold eleveted mobius strip platform) GROUND FLOOR PARK concrete foundation and concrete floor park

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STRUCTURE DETAILING 600MM DEEP CASTELLATED BEAM

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SERVICE : ELECTRICAL SUPPLY x TELECOMUNICATION

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the largest electricity utility in Malay homes and industries, we are a key contributor to Nation building. The activities repr years, TNB have also embarked on our sustainability agenda through efforts such as as we seek to add value to all our stakeholders. TNB believe these activities will no in the long-term. With our 67 years of existence, pride as Malaysiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading electric Labuan. Also established a name for ourselves in the region, making TNB one of th Regional Champion. High-voltage primary feeders 2400, sub switch d 4160, 7200, or 13200 volts board S.S.B secondary service MAIN conductor TRANSFORMER main feeders SWITCH (vault) motor BOARD 120/208 or starter 120/240 or 277/480 volt M large switch switch motor transformers transformers fuses fuses

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POWER SUPPLY The supply intake cabble to this development is drawn from the main substation of th area which located near the site. Then, its connected to the building own substation in order to stepped down the current 11kV and distributed trought the building The power supply for the building starts from the substation that supply it through a switch room located beside it. then to the Main Distribution Board (MDB). Later, its tranfer to the various Subsidiary Board (SDB) located at the ekectrical risers on ground level. Then from the SDB, power will run vertically in the riser to Distribution Board (DB) at each floors before finally reaching all electrical fitting. Electrical Risers are located at service core / area in each zone for better services and easy maintainance. The switch are also zoned according to the type of zones of block for easy maintainance and emergency Other than that, there is Generator Set prepares and located at service area as backup power supply in case of any emergency.

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PHOTOVOLTAIC (SOLAR ELECTRIC) SYSTEMS WITH BATTERY BACKUP

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Solar energy systems installed today are “grid-interactive,” meaning that they work in tandem with the utility grid to supply energy to your home. If you want your solar energy system to work when there is no utility grid power available, you need batteries.* Batteries allow you to store energy and use it when grid connections fail, like after storms or when there is line trouble or blackouts. Because large electric loads like air conditioning and electric water heating would require a massive battery bank and lots of solar panels, what is more common is carving out necessary appliances and lighting to run on battery power into what’s called a critical load subpanel. All of the electric circuits on this panel are backed up by battery power and solar panels. Grid-interactive photovoltaic systems just have solar panels and inverters tied into your existing electrical equipment. The systems are simple and cost effective. The complexity increases drastically when battery backup is introduced. Below is an example configuration for an AC coupled system, a configuration that has become more popular recently due to it’s efficiency during grid operation and ability to provide seamless power during grid failures. In addition to the solar panels and grid-interactive inverters on a grid-tied system, the required components are: Batteries — and we’re not talking about a few AA cells. Think hundreds or thousands of pounds. Critical Load Subpanel — to separate the electric circuits that will be backed up. Battery Backup Inverter/Charger — converts power from the batteries during grid failures and recharges batteries from solar and grid power. It also acts as a transfer switch, switching seamlessly between grid, [optional] generator, and battery power as needed. Anessa Santos (2015)


ELECTRICAL BUILDING CALCULATION BUILDING AREA : 11476sqm / 123526.6 sqft

( 11475sqm / 1000 sqm ) 2 sqm = 22.952 sqm provided : 4.5m x 9m = 40.5

AIRCOND AND VENTILATION : 9902.2sqm / 106586.4sqft = 106586.4sqft x 4.7w =500956.1w / 500.1w

GENSET ROOM The space requirements for standby and emergency power systems do not rank at the top of an architectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s design list. Consequently, service personnel can find themselves in tight quarters when these power systems are jammed into areas that meet only minimum safety requirements and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take service- ability into account. Building service equipment must have an advocate early in the design process. It is far easier and less expensive to plan for adequate space in the design phase than to compromise on unit size and retrofit equipment to fit in cramped areas.

EQUIPMENT AND FUTURE LOAD : (111.17 + 500.1kw) x 20% = 122.25kw

(11476 sqm / 1000 sqm) 2 sqm = 22.952 sqm provided : 4.5m x 9m = 40.5

MAXIMUM DEMAND 111.17 + 500.1 + 122.25 kw =733.52kw

KVA kVA is a unit of apparent power, which is electrical power unit. 1 kilo-volt-ampere is equal to 1000 volt-ampere: 1kVA = 1000VA. 1 kilo-volt-ampere is equal to 1000 times 1 volt times 1 ampere: 1kVA = 1000~1V~1A

LIGHTING AND POWER SUPPLY OUTLET : 123526.6 sqft x 0.9w = 111173.94w = 111.17 kw

TNB SUB STATION ROOM SIZE A substation is a part of an electrical generation, transmission, and distribution system. Substations transform voltage from high to low, or the reverse, or perform any of several other important functions. Between the generating station and consumer, electric power may flow through several substations at different voltage levels. A substation may include transformers to change voltage levels between high transmission voltages and lower distribution voltages, or at the interconnection of two different transmission voltages

733.52kw / 0.85 862.96 kva - double chamber room

double chamber room 10m x 4.56m provided : 9m x 9m = 81sqm TRANSFORMER ROOM Electrical power transformer is a static device which transforms electrical energy from one circuit to another without any direct electrical connection and with the help of mutual induction between two windings. It transforms power from one circuit to another without changing its frequency but may be in different voltage level. >9290sqm : 1.2m x 0.6m x 1.06m provided : 4.5m x 9m = 40.5 MAIN SWITCH ROOM BOARD ROOM The main switchboard (MSB) is a necessary part of any electrical installation and is generally where the service protection device and supply authority metering equipment is located.

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SERVICE : VERTICAL TRANSPORT x LIFT ESCALATOR ELEVATOR VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION Vertical transportation is a phrase used to describe the various means of travelling between floors in a building. All buildings with more than one storey of course have at least one set of stairs and the provision of stairs is a very important consideration when designing buildings in order to ensure all the occupants of the building can escape safely in the event of a fire. Considered systems for lifts or elevators are key to the safety, productivity and experience of building users

REGENERATIVE CONVERTER REGENERATIVE CONVERTER (STANDARD WHEN VVVF INVERTER CONTROL IS CHOSEN) The regenerative converter has the effect of reducing energy consumption by transmitting the power generated when the escalator runs downward with a certain passenger load or more to other facilities in the building.

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LED LIGHTING INTRODUCTION OF LED LIGHTING LEDs, which have long service life and excellent energy efficiency, have been introduced in under-handrail lighting, skirt guard lighting, comb light and step demarcation lighting. The LED lighting consumes approximately 60% less energy than the conventional fluorescent lighting.

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STATIONARY IN STAND-BY The escalator remains stationary in stand-by mode. When the sensors detect a passenger, the escalator accelerates to the rated speed. This operation saves the energy consumed by the escalator significantly.

VVVF INVERTER CONTROL VARIABLE -VOLTAGE VARIABLE- FREQUENCY (VVVF) INVERTER CONTROL Escalators with automatic operation improve the energy efficiency by running slowly or halting in stand-by mode. When passenger sensors detect no passengers for a predetermined period of time, the escalator goes into the stand-by mode.

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DUMBWAITER LIFT Size: 24” W x 28” D x 48” H; Capacity: 500 lbs.; Counter Loading; Serving 17 Floors Benefits: Sterile/Convenience/Labor savings/ Patient Needs Special Features: Power doors that automatically open and close. Also an automatic transfer system that load and unload cafeteria trays on and off the dumbwaiter, at high speed for fast delivery.

MEL EYE (MONITORING AND CONTROL SYSTEM) SUPERVISORY SYSTEM MEL EYE ENCHANCE ELEVATOR AND ESCALATOR OPERATION MANAGEMENT In recent years, the need for a monitoring system utilizing network technology has increased. In large-scale international airports, for example, interfacing with the building and facility management control system has proved an essential oracle. In order to meet this requirement, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed a sophisticated monitoring system - MelEye which utilizes Web-based technology. MelEye closely observes the operational status of elevators and escalators that handle continually changing passenger traffic. This allows Building Managers to rapidly respond to changing traffic patterns, thus optimizing the performance of elevators and escalators and maximizing the added value of the whole building. The application of the latest network technology has also greatly increased the number of controllable elevators and escalators, which minimizes the cost spent on facilities such as supervisory rooms and monitors. MelEye is our solution to futuristic building traffic monitoring systems

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CROSS SECTION LIFT DIAGRAM GEARLESS HIGH SPEED MRL LIFTS

LIFT MOTOR

MRL Lifts (Gearless High Speed) lifts are traction elevators that feature a compact motor drive mounted on the car itself. They don’t require to build a separate elevator machine room. MRL lifts allow you architectural flexibility, but they also provide fast, powerful and energy-efficient transportation. Though traction lifts were originally limited to high-rises, the innovative MRL design has allowed engineers to adapt traction elevators for low-rise buildings and multi-story homes. The MRL elevator design saves a significant amount of energy (approximately 70-80% over a traditional traction elevator). The power feeders are also significantly reduced, due to the MRL’s more efficient design and the elevator’s counterbalance. This efficiency provides superior performance and faster speeds. Advantages of MRL elevators: Permanent Magnet Gearless Machine for smooth, quiet motion 1 m/s to 1.6m/s speed range (180 starts per hour) 10 to 16 passenger load range (680 – 1088kg) Smooth ride, due to the first-class roller shoe suspension Versatile landing and car door configurations Earthquake-friendly jigged guiding Small control cabinet on the upper level Totally integrated system for greater reliability Time and money-saving benefits: long lifespan, low operating cost, easy installation and service Cost-efficient elevator application No machine room The MRL elevator design saves a significant amount of energy (approximately 70-80% over a traditional traction elevator). The power feeders are also significantly reduced, due to the MRL’s more efficient design and the elevator’s counter-balance. This efficiency provides superior performance and faster speeds. - express lifts ltd-

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SERVICE : AIR CONDITIONING x MECHANICAL VENTILATION COOLING SYSTEM UTILISING FACADE AS MECAHNICAL VENTILATION DEVICES

VARIABLE REFRIGERANT FLOW (VRF) VRFs are typically installed with an Air conditioner inverter which adds a DC inverter to the compressor in order to support variable motor speed and thus variable refrigerant flow rather than simply perform on/off operation. By operating at varying speeds, VRF units work only at the needed rate allowing for substantial energy savings at partial-load conditions. Heat recovery VRF technology allows individual indoor units to heat or cool as required, while the compressor load benefits from the internal heat recovery. Energy savings of up to 55% are predicted over comparable unitary equipment.This also results in greater control of the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interior temperature by the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s occupants. VRFs come in two system formats, two pipe and three pipe systems. In a heat pump 2 pipe system all of the zones must either be all in cooling or all in heating. Heat Recovery (HR) systems have the ability to simultaneously heat certain zones while cooling others; this is usually done through a three pipe design, with the exception of Mitsubishi which is able to do this with a 2 pipe system using a BC controller to the individual indoor evaporator zones. In this case the heat extracted from zones requiring cooling is put to use in the zones requiring heating. This is made possible because the heating unit is functioning as a condenser, providing sub-cooled liquid back into the line that is being used for cooling. While the heat recovery system has a greater initial cost, it allows for better zoned thermal control of a building and overall greater efficiencies.

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VORTEX PRINCIPLE The vortex tube, also known as the Ranque-Hilsch vortex tube, is a mechanical device that separates a compressed gas into hot and cold streams. “As an introduction to the investigation for the causality, origin and maintenance of the gravitational sink-vortex, consider first the possibility, as we have learned about vortices in hydrodynamics, that a similar pattern, once it’s formed in the Aether, has no reason to dissipate into randomness again, unless its dynamic structure is destroyed by another dynamic structure.” Steven Rado (1994)

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For AC centralized unit : 1 AHU unit is able to cater 20,000 sqft of area

AIR CONDITIONING CENTRALIZED UNIT COMPONENT

ZONE 1( SPLIT UNIT)

the split air conditioning comprises of two part: the outdoor unit and the indoor unit. The oudoor unit, fitted outside the room, like the compressor, condensor and expansion valve. The indoor unit comprises the evaporator or cooling fan. For this unit it dont have to make any slot in thr wall room.

BUILDING AREA (NET) : 2647.2sqm = 28494.22sqft

SPLIT UNIT AIR CONDITIONING

ZONE 2 BUILDING AREA (NET) : 2025sqm = 21796.92 sqft required = 2 AHU unit provided = 4 AHU unit

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MECHANICAL VENTILATION

BUILDING AREA (NET) : 860sqm = 9256.963sqft required = 1 AHU unit provided = 1 AHU unit

a building ventilation system that used powered fans or blowers to provide fresh air to the room when the natural forces or air pressure and gravity are not enough to circulate air through a building. Mechanical ventilation is used to control indoor air quality, excess humidity, odours, and contaminants can often be controlled via dilution or replacement with outside air.

ZONE 4 BUILDING AREA (NET) : 1039sqm = 11183.7sqft required = 1 AHU unit provided = 1 AHU unit

TOILET VENTILATION FAN

ZONE 5 BUILDING AREA (NET) : 3331sqm = 35854.59sqft required = 2 AHU unit provided = 3 AHU unit

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CENTRALISED UNIT central unit conditioning is used for cooling main modular lab, residential, office, dreamscape lab, physical lab, and others. If the whole building is to be air condidtioned, HVAC engineers find that putting individual units in each of the room is very expensive making this a better option. A central air conditioning system is comprised of a huge compressor that has the capacity to produce hundreds of tons air conditioning. Cooling big hall, usually only feasible with central conditioning unit.

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FAN COOLING UNIT

FAN COOLING UNIT A Fan Coil Unit (FCU) is a simple device consisting of a heating and/or cooling heat exchanger or â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;coilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and fan. It is part of an HVAC system found in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. All fan coil unit controls are contained within a purpose made control box mounted on the side of the unit. Typically we fit free issue controls to suit.

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SERVICE : WATER SUPPLY x SYSTEM

Alternative recycling on existing water supply from nearby lake to be use and filter approach to use mainly for physical lab and minor use for main building when nessesary

Rainwater harvesting is an innovative alternative water supply approach anyone can use. Rainwater harvesting captures, diverts, and stores rainwater for later use. FILTER PUMP

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SURUHANJAYA PERKHIDMATAN AIR NEGARA (SPAN) NATIONAL WATER SERVICE COMMISSION SPAN is a technical and economic regulatory body for the water supply and sewerage services in Peninsular Malaysia and Federal Territories of Putrajaya and Labuan. SPAN regulates all entities in the water supply and sewerage services industry including public water supply and sewerage services operators, private water supply and sewerage services operators, water supply and sewerage contractors, permit holders and suppliers of water and sewerage products.

Stormwater harvesting is the collection, accumulation, treatment or purification, and storing of stormwater for its eventual reuse. It differs from rainwater harvesting as the runoff is collected from drains or creeks, rather than roofs. FILTER

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SERVICE : SEWERAGE AND WASTE MANAGEMENT x SYSTEM

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SEWER MAN HOLES manholes distance = ,30m from each manholes

INTERNAL WASTE RECYCLE AND MANAGEMENT

the last manholes mh13 will discharge to the main sewerage line provided by span (authority) at jalan persiaran bestari 1 total no. of manholes provided = 8 manholes

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SEWERAGE SYSTEM CALCULATION TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT Place of Assembly includes Cafeteria, Laboratory and Office Population equivalent = 3per 100m2 GA Total Gross Floor Area = 12000m2 Hence Total Population Equivalent= (12000/100)x3 = 360 PE MANHOLES 1 TO MANHOLE 2 Population Equivalent,PE= 360 PE Peak Floor Factor= 4.7 x (PE/1000)0.11= 4.18 I/s Sewage production at average daily flow,Q = (Peak Flow x PE x 225) / (24 x 60 x 60 ) = 323.532/86.4 =3.745 I/s

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SERVICE : FIRE SAFETY x PROTECTION SYSTEM

BUILDING COMPARTMENTATION DIMENSIONS OF BUILDING AND COMPARTMENT Height of Building

Purpose Group

Limit of dimention floor area of storey cubic capacity in building or of building or compartment ( in m2)compartment (in m3)

By-Law 136 if sprinkler the limit specified are double

part 1 - building other than single storey building II Institutional III Other Residential IV Other Residential V Shop VI Factory VI Factory VIII Storey and General VIII Storey and General

any height not exceeding 28m exceeding 28m any height not exceeding 28m exceeding 28m not exceeding 28m exceeding 28m

2000 3000 2000 2000 no limit 2000 no limit 1000

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BUILDING VOLUME : 87572M3 ROAD COVERAGE: THREE-FOURTHS Hydrant location: -not less than 2m from adjacent buildings and overhangs -between 0.61m to 2.4m from fire appliances access -away from risks of vehicular damage -not more than 91.5m apart from each other (in new building, provided if there is no hydrant in 45m radius DISTANCE OF FIRE HYDRANT: H1 - H2 : 54m H2 - H3 : 67m H3 - H4 : 84m H4 - H5 : 80m NO OF FIRE HYDRANT : 5 PLACE OF ASSEMBLY POINT : 3 All building in excess of 7000 cubic meter shall about upon a street or open space of not less than 12 meter width and accessible to fire bridge appliances. The propotion of the building abutting the street, or open space shall be in accordance with the following scale : Volume of building in cubic metre 7000 to 28000 28000 to 56000 56000 to 84000 84000 to 112000 12000 to above

Minimum propotions of perimeter of building one-sixth one-fourth one-half three-fourths island site

CATEGORY OF TOP MOST FLOOR BELOW 18.3 M (5 st & below) 1. External hydrants 2. HR 3. Fire escape staircase ABOVE 18.3 M & BELOW 30.5 M (5‐8 st) 1. External hydrants 2. HR 3. Internal hydrants and rising main (Dry Riser) 4. Fire escape staircase 5. Compartmentation 6. Fire fighting access lobby 7. Fire fighting staircase 8. Fire lift & Firemen’s switch 9. Designated floor 4. Compartmentation

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ALTERNATIVE FIRE FIGHTING COMPANION DRONE RE-PROGRAM TO SAVIOR DRONE In mean of escape, any mean nessesary, the companion drone which use to interact between parent, research to subject kids can be re-program to fire fighter companion by hold water ballon to be spill at target fire point, monitoring the fire area in production of image to be used by fire fighter and as guild to any person in escape process During fire, fire fighter can view the fire area by controlling drone before any instruction were given to further safety process. From above the drone also can help the distinguish small fire without the appearance of fire fighter.

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weebo - flying companion robot fictional character design by Samuel W. Taylor

ACTIVE FIRE FIGHTING AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION & EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM ALARM An emergency power system shall be 1. Automatic Fire Detector System provided to supply electrical power Manual call points and alarm bells are automatically in the event of normal supply failure to equipment essential to be located along escape routes for safety to life 2. Automatic Fire Detector System -Monitor fire detector and break glass STANDBY GENERATOR SET Genset Room Calculation ( rule of - Monitor fire fighting equipment - Control indicator & M&E equipment thumb ) - provide signal to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;BOMBAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and other 2 2m for 100m2 floor area, therefore, system Total Floor area = ( 11421m2 / 1000m2 )x 2m2 = 22.842m2

SPRINKLER HEADS Sprinkler head are generally of thr coventional pendant or upright type. The temperature of the bulb is selected based on minimum 300C above the maximum ambient temperature space protected. Typically, this will result in a nominal temperature rating of 680C. In the kitchen, the sprinkler heads should have a temperature rating of 790C.

The maximum spacing and coverage to be protected by one sprinkler head shall be as -21sqm for light hazard installation at not more than 4.6m apart Size of Genset Room provided = 9mx -12sqm for ordinary hazard installation at 9m = 45m2 more than 4m apart -9 sqm for high hazard installation at not more than 3.7m apart Generally all area of the building should be protected with springkler except for the following - staircase enclosure -electrical room -toilet

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FIRE HYDRANT PLACEMENT

LEGEND ASSEMBLY POINT a designated place where people have been told to wait after evacuating a building in the event of a fire or other emergency FIRE HYDRANT H a large pipe in the street that firefighters can get water from to use to stop fires from burning ASSEMBLY AREA FIRE ACCESS FIRE STAIRCASE

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SITE SETTING Historically, the study area is the original grid of George Town consisting of its commercial and business district. It is located in the middle of the core area as designated according to the World Heritage Site. The area bustles with different kinds of activity. Its northern part consist of offices, banks and education buildings whitle on the southern end are shops owned by Chinese, Indian and Malay traders. There are food outlets, kopitiam, themed cafe, textile and clothing stores, jewellery stores, old printing offices, lodging, spice stores etc. China street and King street were dominated by Chinese merchants and is known for its temples and kongsi. This area is visited by many daily. On the Market street and Penang street ,it was once dominated by the immigrants from Southern Indians who used to work at the old port. Their settlement fluorished with tradings. Now it is nicknamed Little India and rightfully so with the busy, colourful street lined with sarees, textile, prayer offerings and many more. The culture of the two main ethnicity, Chinese and Indian, thrived in these enclaves and is now recognized as invaluable intangible cultures. In the fast developing city of George Town the area needs to compete with the extension of the city where the population and businesses have mostly relocated. In order to protect, promote and preserve at the same time, a guideline unique to the area must be produced. The proposal will aim to reevaluate what the culture, local community, businesses and spaces can provide in order to be relevant, thriving and resilient. The intervention will be minimal to preserve but impactful enough to create a much needed urban density. If it is successful, the direct impact will be on the flourishing tourism sector. The combination of both cultural and business presence will be a tool to analyse and construct future programmes that will ensure a longer lifeline for both the business and cultural district.

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possible pedestrian people walk through by possible shoplot strip street and shading

serahan jalan ( road that given to authorities ) offsting 15m from site make propose site smaller but give potential road excessment

PROPOSE SITE WITH 2.38 ACRE FACING 2 MAIN ROAD, 1 SECONDARY ROAD AND SIDE EXISTING HOTEL BUILDING

vertical transportation are placed near to the pedestrian pathway to easy excess

tower replacement at the middle to maximum potential and respond to the pedestrian pathway

looping concept internal excessment to easy excess to space provided

POSSIBLE BUILDING BLOCK

POSSIBLE TOWER BUILDING BLOCK

CREATING INTERNAL WITHIN SITE THAT ALLOW AND PROVE PEDESTRIAN WALK TO WALK INSIDE BUILDING COMPOUND

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1. BY-LAW 140 ISLAND COVERAGE FOR THE TOWER VOLUME. (11200M SQ AND ABOVE) REQUIREMENT MEET BY PUTRAJAYAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S URBAN DESIGN THAT FORM ISLAND SITE FOR THE TOWER. 2. BY-LAW 225(2) FIRE HYDRANT IN 30MTO THE ENTRANCE AND 91.5 M (MAX) FROM HYDRANT TO HYDRANT ON THE SITE PERIMETER. 3. TENTH SCHEDULE PURPOSE GROUP : OFFICEAND SHOP FIRE SYSTEM AG/2/C 4. FIFTH SCHEDULE COMPARTMENT OF SHOP PURPOSE GROUP 2000M SQ. 5. HOSE REEL IN EACH COMPARTMENT HOSE REEL 80M SQ /1 (30M RADIUS EACH) 6. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1 HEAD /10M SQ (ACCORDING TO COMPARTMENTATION) 7. SEVENTH SCHEDULE STAIRCASE CACULATION (ACCORDING TO COMPARTMENTATION) 6. SEVENTH SCHEDULE TRAVEL DISTANCE DEAD END - OFFICE(15) SHOP(15) TOTAL - 15 UNSPRINKLED -OFFICE (45) SHOP (30) TOTAL - 30 SPRINKLED-OFFICE(60) SHOP(45) TOTAL - (45) 9. LARGE VOLUME (SMOKE SPILL SYSTEM) BL 225 (1) VIA TENTH SCHEDULE EXTINGUISHING -AG(HOSE REEL = AUTO SPRINKLER FIRE ALARM -2(MANUAL TRIGGER) EMERGENCY LIGHT -C(GENERATOR FOR LIGHT) INSTALLATION OF DEVICE GENSET AUTOMATIC DETECTOR SIGNAL POINT UNIT ELECTRICAL ISOLATION SWITCH EXIT KELUAR SIGN PORTABLE EXTINGUISHER

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PASSIVE DESIGN STRATEGIES LED LIGHTING FOR ENERGY SAVING (ENERGY EFICIENCY

REDUCING INTERNAL TEMPRETURE UP TO 7 DEGREES CELCIUS LOCATED ON ROOF TOP OF PODIUM, BALCONIES & TOWER ROOF

LOW CARBON EMMISION ON PROPOSED AREA ( GREEN LUSHES THE SITE)

WASTE SUCH AS HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL WIL BE COLLECTED THEN TRANSFER INTO TREATMENT CENTRE BEFORE IT CAN BE SAFELY DISPOSE

GREEN TRANSPORTATION WHERE LOW IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND PROMOTE EALTHY LIFESTYLE HARNESSING SOLAR ENERGY The installation of photovoltaic cell technology on the roof harnessing the sunâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rays then convert as electric energy as a renewable energy source. This photovoltaic cell provides energy for lighting and heating. PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS MONOCRYSTALLINE, AMOROUS SILICONE PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS PROJECTED SURFACE AREA 431.6 msq TOTAL ENERGY PRODUCTION : 82 503 KWH/YEAR PHOTOVOLTAIC MATURE OVER 13 YEARS (KWH/M)

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GREEN ROOF AND RAINWATER CATCHMENT The roof garden is incorporate with the green roof technology, helping to reduce the stormwater runoff and in the same time minimising the loading onto stormwater drains. The space can be multi-purposed function and also can be future habitable spaces. The rainwater is captured by sloping roof then collected into water storage tanks from which water harvested would be used for irrigating the plants surround the development. RAIN WATER HARVESTING SURFACE AREA: 1000 MM ANUAL RAIN FALL : 190MM PRECIPITATION : 250 MM RAIN WATER HARVESTING + GREY WATE RECYCLING = AMOUNT :14 000 L / DAY GREY WATER AND WATER MANAGEMENT The development plans to capture 80 percent of the grey water from wash hand basin and shower via filtration system. The filtered water then can be reused to flush in the W.Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and reducing the water consumption and utility bills. The water also can be used for irrigating the plants and for external washing purposed.

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STRUCTURAL MEMBER 1. wet riser tank 2. suction tank 3. sewerage separator 4. service shaft water supply 5. basin & wc 6. direct kitchen supply 7. rain water harvesting tank 8. gravity tank

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3. sprinkler system 4. sprinkler tank 5. firefighting tank 6. tower fire escape staircase 7. podium fire escape staircase 8. basement fire escape staircase 9. wet riser with hose reel 10. vertical fire / smoke barrier 750mm

FIRE FIGHTING 1. service access 2. refuse chamber 3. compost chamber 4. loading bay 5. storage chamber 6. service lift 7. utility & maintenance 8. exhaust fan room 9. make-up fan room 10. ahu air handling unit

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ELECTRICAL AND COMMUNICATION 1. low-e finishing glass 2. led lining glass frame 3. anti-glaze glass 4. aluminum cladding 5. timber finish cladding

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PROTECTED FIRE GLASS RESISTANTANCE ATRIUM unattainable in the aluminum wall systems EI 120. The system design is based on an isolated Thermo system 92 having a thickness of 92 mm sections, which is evolved from the Thermo 74. Fire resistance system ensure fill in profiles based on aluminosilicate. Through the use of common components with the system Thermo 74 systems can be combined, for example. Installing the walls of the EI 120 single or double doors EI 60 system in 2074. The maximum thickness of the glazing used a 63 mm

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CAT FREE RIDE BUS Central Area Transit, is an initiative of the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) and Rapid Penang. It covers a route from Jetty to Penang Road and back. Along the way, it makes 19 stops at strategic points of interest. The service runs from 6:00 am in the morning until 12:00 am midnight. Apart from the route around Komtar, the shuttle service ply roads within the core and buffer zones of the George Town Unesco World Heritage Site Central Area Transit, is an initiative of the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) and Rapid Penang. It covers a route from Jetty to Penang Road and back. Along the way, it makes 19 stops at strategic points of interest. The service runs from 6:00 am in the morning until 12:00 am midnight. Apart from the route around Komtar, the shuttle service ply roads within the core and buffer zones of the George Town Unesco World Heritage Site.

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Navratri Festival is a Hindu religious festival similar to the famous Chinese Nine Emperor Gods celebration. The festival takes place during the first nine days of the seventh month in the Hindu calendar. During these nine days, devotees pray to the Hindu goddesses, Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati in hopes of power, wealth and knowledge. A chariot procession also takes place on the final day of the festival.The first three days are devoted to Durga, the goddess of destruction, who devotees pray to for strength and power. On the first night, she is believed to be cleansing the Earth for the celebration and teenagers are often encouraged to return home early lest they get in her way. Alters honouring Durga are erected in Hindu temples, with her idol often seen as riding a lion.The fourth to sixth day is dedicated to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity and the altar in temples are replaced to honour her. Images and idols depicting Lakshmi are always seen of her sitting or standing on a lotus.During the last three days, devotees pray to the goddess of knowledge, Saraswati for wisdom and guidance and children pray to her for their education. The goddess is often portrayed as holding a book, prayer beads and playing the Veena, an Indian string instrument http://www.visitpenang.gov.my/

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The St Georgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church is the oldest Anglican church in Malaysia, and is the main place of worship for the British colonial administrators in Penang. Located along Farquhar Street, it is one of the loveliest British colonial heritage buildings. The desire to erect a church for the Protestant inhabitants of Penang had been present long before that and indeed plans were submitted in 1810, 1813 and 1814. It was not until the extension of the East India Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Charter for a further 20 years from 1814 that plans were finally acted upon. Rev Hutchings arrived in August 1814 and held services in the Court House opposite in Prince St, a now defunct road which ran between Farquhar and Light streets. http://www.penang-traveltips.com/

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SUN WUI WUI KOON established in 1870s, is a Cantonese district clan association whose member have ancestral origin in Sanwui (Xinhui) dsitrict in Guangdong, China.

QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER The Queen Victoria Memorial Tower is a testament to Penang’s royal connection, comissioned in 1897 by local millionaire, Chah Chen Eok to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, it stands both high with each foot representing a year of Queen’s 60 years reign. Located at south of Fort Cornwallis, was built at cost of 35000 straits dollars & gleaminy white washed tower is topped by a Moorish dome. It has four tiers : the base is octagon - shaped & the following 2 tiers comprise 4 district section with elobrate window, balconies & a working clock on each side. The top most tier is rounded off with Roman pillars & topped with a gold dome cupola

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Logan Heritage Building s a two-storey block of shops fronting Beach Street and Union Street in George Town. It is located within the core zone of the George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site. Logan Heritage Building was known after James Richardson Logan, the lawyer commemorated with the Logan Memorial. One of the most charming - yet often overlooked feature of the Logan Heritage Building is its central arch defining a granite-paved porte-cochère, which in the old days led to a courtyard for carriages. h t t p : / / w w w. p e n a n g traveltips.com/

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REVISITING GEORGETOWN - GENERATING IDEAL MODELS FOR PROMOTING TOURISM FOOTPRINT SITE SETTING

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Historically, the study area is the original grid of George Town consisting of its commercial and business district. It is located in the middle of the core area as designated according to the World Heritage Site. The area bustles with different kinds of activity. Its northern part consist of offices, banks and education buildings whitle on the southern end are shops owned by Chinese, Indian and Malay traders. There are food outlets, kopitiam, themed cafe, textile and clothing stores, jewellery stores, old printing offices, lodging, spice stores etc. China street and King street were dominated by Chinese merchants and is known for its temples and kongsi. This area is visited by many daily. On the Market street and Penang street ,it was once dominated by the immigrants from Southern Indians who used to work at the old port. Their settlement fluorished with tradings. Now it is nicknamed Little India and rightfully so with the busy, colourful street lined with sarees, textile, prayer offerings and many more. The culture of the two main ethnicity, Chinese and Indian, thrived in these enclaves and is now recognized as invaluable intangible cultures. In the fast developing city of George Town the area needs to compete with the extension of the city where the population and businesses have mostly relocated. In order to protect, promote and preserve at the same time, a guideline unique to the area must be produced. The proposal will aim to reevaluate what the culture, local community, businesses and spaces can provide in order to be relevant, thriving and resilient. The intervention will be minimal to preserve but impactful enough to create a much needed urban density. If it is successful, the direct impact will be on the flourishing tourism sector. The combination of both cultural and business presence will be a tool to analyse and construct future programmes that will ensure a longer lifeline for both the business and cultural district.


GEORGETOWN, NEED TO INCREASE THE LOCAL RESIDENT INHABITANTS AND GIVE MORE SERVICES AND RESIDENT PUBLIC SPACE TO AVOID THE INNER EXODUS

GEORGETOWN, PENANG as local brand the construction of a new PUBLIC

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services and information, therefore all the investment will revert in the near future. becoming a more attractive place not only for tourist but for people who want to live in the city

GENTRIFICATION The restoration of run-down urban areas by the middle class (resulting in the displacement of low-income residents)

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Has massive and strong character, culture and its great economic fine grain community for visitor and local but without proper management it’s become deteriorate the daily life of the city. After Georgetown being awarded world heritage city by UNESCO in 2008, Local citizen are affected by the high prices, high land value, high living cost, tourist focused service, - with non-urban ambition - and the seasonal demographic variable. This situation encourages an exodus of residents from the center to other cheaper and less exploited areas. As the city which populated by various type of people especially young executive who’s demanding more modern and large area living but being compress by high living cost make them search any potential alternative living habitant. Tourist focus service dominated and sprawl among Georgetown and by fact tourist not running the city, they come and go. Yes, tourist generate large amount of economic income but the local community who are running the city and make it work. The amalgamation should be done between the local community and the tourist by equally plan and program to make city more lively, sustainable and vibrant

URBAN MORPHOLOGY GEORGETOWN PENANG

Since the acquisition of UNESCO world heritage site status, the number of tourists coming into Penang has been overwhelming. now, the tourism sector contributes more than a third to Penang’s total GDP. Penang has also been receiving international recognition and attracting investors into its midst. The area should be thriving with trading and preservation of intangible culture, however, in the present day, the population of George Town is decreasing. In fact, 30% of the population declined since 2000. The data is startling since George Town holds so much potential and promise. The question was posed, how do we keep George Town especially the designated site alive? Preserving intangible culture is highlighted in the outstanding universal values (OUVS) prescribed to George Town. however, the situation on site does not encourage this to happen especially having little or no youth at all to continue the culture with no suitable spaces. the study area has a strong background on history, culture, religion and architecture. Its commercial and services opportunities are great due to its position in the ‘core area’ of George Town. it has a good prospect to be a hub for intangible cultures to be preserved and at the same time, commercialised to the locals and tourists. food, textile, clothing, performing arts, music, religious goods, festivals and celebrations – can be capitalised and enhanced to become youthful, engaging programs that gives experience and encourage people to spend more time in the area. According to our study, it is important that the street maintains its diversity, intensity and liveliness (Jacobs, J. 1961). hence, the main concern is density. the density in the built form as well as in the public realm. The strategies must be wholesome in creating footfall and presence. These programs need be structured to have commercial values, educational and a creative outlet for both locals and tourists. the study must include a projection of space and density for the growth of the city. it is crucial that the strategy will create a resilient urban structure that engages the morphology of population, climate, programs and structure.

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Georgetown, Penang one of recognized world heritage site by UNESCO. Georgetown rich with the heritage city wall effect as the street give different essence and memories. By engage focusing in heritage value, the community who living Georgetown as less attention given. They start to search alternative way of living cause reducing density resident in Georgetown. Adaptive capacity living come as pilot solution by improve density, resilient, and allowed the community reshaping the city. A new resident city is created by layering the original city. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s come by amalgamate between heritage city and resident city. Sky city were created above roof level that focusing more in resident will conduct better potential setting to the existing heritage city. This concept will be achieved by modulating space accordingly to the need and spaces. The aim was to preserve the status heritage city of Georgetown on extension living that will later become pilot solution of evolving way of living in the heritage city. Not only maintain the UNESCO world heritage status but improve potential density of vibrant community together. The idea of extension living space in culture is widely in Malaysia. Expansion in space gives flexibility of the house that can be extend and addition of space cause by easy method of assemble and reassemble. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s come in modular concept by extending rumahibu (main house) to rumahdapur (kitchen), selang (passage) anjung (covered porch) serambi (balcony) and others. This expansion modular concept expand and evolve as per way of living for example nowadays a complete house come with bedroom and toilet compare the old typology toilet located out of the house. Extension spaces in different typology in culture way of living and its evolving to its fitness. Not only by living this idea also apply in industry, education, business and others.


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...attempted to build a “small is beautiful” model of economic enterprise that put relationship, craft and environment at the heart of their way of working ...human needs and human relationships, and from that springs the ethical response of stewardship to the environment. ...We yearn for economic systems within our control, within our comprehension and that once again provide space for human interaction – and yet we are constantly overwhelmed by finding ourselves trapped into vast global economic systems that are corrupting and corrupt. Madelaine Bunting

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DESIGN SOLUTION PROPOSAL THE PANOPTICITY: To induce in the inmate a state of conscious and permanent visibility that assures the automatic functioning of power. So to arrange things that the surveillance is permanent in its effects, even if it is discontinuous in its action; that the perfection of power should tend to render its actual exercise unnecessary; that this architectural apparatus should be a machine for creating and sustaining a power relation independent of the person who exercises it; in short, that the inmates should be caught up in a power situation of which they are themselves the bearers. This idea was introduce by Micheal Foucault on idea of Panopticon : mechanism arranges spatial unities that make it possible to see constantly & to recognise immediate. Implementation on the urban design, the panopticity use as data base that hold all the information that can control the system and access the data. Peripheric ring was introduce by solution apply on the urban problem : creating multiple event by utilise open space to public realms, application own custome matrix inhabitat, living in capsule concept, mutual connection and idea of minimal or free, and sharing business marketing. All of this peripheric ring are control by the clound that develop by sentral college of penang to build a organisation to introduce the manifesto to public.its appear that sentral college is the highest building at the urban enclave that work best of the philosophy ot the panopticity as tower that one is totally seen. Its hold the knowlege and data that bring power to the Penang Goverment. The idea that information is a power as agreed by Pierre Bourdieu a French Philosopher

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ANCHOR AND IMPULS anchor and impulse are symbolised to imagine the concept of gravity of attraction. the anchor is stand for the activity or program that injected to the site. the anchor activity or program is the main catalyst to the site that bring people to the path and enclave. the anchor program works best at the nodes, however its doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t necessary to have nodes as anchor program. between one anchor to another anchor attract gravitational people come and in between anchor become as impulse. impulse is commercial shop that place in between will have good exposure to walking path. more people who walk that path come with more potential to the commercial shop visit and vibrancy. at bishop street Penang, there are 4 identified potential anchor which is Logan Heritage building, which major in cafe and bar. Logan Heritage building also serve to have art gallery and rentable indoor space event. The other anchor is Central College Penang located at the middle of the street. The application of this college is the assemble of the student and at the same time the lobby become public event stage that show the manifesto of sky village, the assemble disassemble custom habitat. By mean stage also can be divide to 8 typologies of event to stage type that later be discuss at stage typology. The other building is Rio Hotel & Kedai Kopi focusing on logging and restaurant. At the end of the street is St. George Church famously as UNESCO Heritage building, visit by local and foreigner or tourism. Along this elongated linear street with 4 anchor programs, will create a huge gravitational attract action both people within the enclave and people outside the boundary because at the other end, Logan Heritage building is where the Rapid free bus shutter stop point that encourage people in stop and visit. This results the vibrancy street that act as impulse within the anchor, people will visit at one shop to the other shop. RESTAURANT MERLIN HOTEL

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PRESEDENT STUDIES A magnet

The CaixaForum is conceived as an urban magnet attracting not only art-lovers but all people of Madrid and from outside.

The attraction will not only be CaixaForum’s cultural program, but also the building itself, insofar that its heavy mass, is detached from the ground in apparent defiance of the laws of gravity and, in a real sense, draws the visitors inside. A spectacular transformation The only material of the old power station that we could use was the classified brick shell. In order to conceive and insert the new architectural components of the CaixaForum, we began with a surgical operation, separating and removing the base and the parts of the building no longer needed. This opened a completely novel and spectacular perspective that simultaneously solved a number of problems posed by the site. The removal of the base of the building left a covered plaza under the brick shell, which now appears to float above the street level. This sheltered space under the CaixaForum offers shade to visitors who want to spend time or meet outside, and at the same time, it is the entrance to the Forum itself. Problems such as the narrowness of the surrounding streets, the placement of the main entrance, and the architectural identity of this contemporary art institution are addressed and solved in a single urban and sculptural gesture. A construction below and a construction above ground The separation of the structure from the ground level creates two worlds: one below and the other above the ground. The “underworld” buried beneath the topographically landscaped plaza provides space for a theater/auditorium, service rooms, and several parking spaces. The multi-storied building above ground houses the entrance lobby and galleries, a restaurant and administrative offices. There is a contrast between the flexible and loft-like character of the exhibition spaces and the spatial complexity of the top floor with its restaurant / bar and the offices. The surprising sculptural aspect of the CaixaForum’s silhouette is no mere architectural fancy, but reflects the roofscape of the surrounding buildings. Herzog & de Meuron, 2008 sources : https://www.herzogdemeuron.com/index/projects/complete-works/201-225/201-caixaforum-madrid.html http://www.dezeen.com/2008/05/22/caixaforum-madrid-by-herzog-de-meuron/

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ZONE 01 public pool site

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ADAPTIVE CAPACITY ON PARKING SPACE AND UNUTILISED SPACE on the existing site of the inside envelope boundary, there are indentified 5 area that open parking space area and unutilised space area. to used this space, the existing functions cannot be ignore. by build sub-basement parking the carpark can be replace in the ground and upper ground can be used as public realms. by used this approach, better management facilities can be applied such as sewerage, electrical grid, and water supply. the public realms can be rent to any event activity by matrix habitant in grid like rent in 6by6 meter square.6by6 meter square are the establishement new grid to column by replacing carpark area to sub-basement

SUB-BASEMENT LEVEL

establishment new grid to column replacing new carpark palcement by 6x6m

UPPER GROUND LEVEL

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event building to perpetuate the offer and the cultural diversity

light structures able to welcome new professional activities, small shop or local services

shops, service, administrations or associative shared spaces to encourage a sort of centrality

work of art and artistic installations to revalue the image and provide to the district a specific cultural aspect

daily mobile service ( library, doctorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s practice, police, food truck etc ) to insure a continuity of affabilities between consumer

light structures with scaffolding able to welcome federative and fleeting cultural event to revitalize the district

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connection and permeability between open public realms are created by visible path to enhance access. the connection between space can be travel by transport and some by walking. duration between public realms space is walking distant radius in 2 to 4-minute walking distant. zone 3 and zone 4 public realms are visible from Padang Kota and can be access directly by crossing light street road. on the other hand, zone 1 and 2 is large pocket space in between space.

PUBLIC PIAZA ZONE 1 18158.72 sqft

PUBLIC PIAZA PLAYGROUND 18018.79 sqft

OPEN PUBLIC REALMS TREATMENT. since open public realms are from land from land owner, a certain treatment should be done to segregate and isolate from public area to existing building. existing building is private area, so to isolate from the public area, a high translucent fencing was created to make zoning. people can still see the magnificent facade of the old building but cannot touch or access without the proper entrance. by this way, the heritage value of the building facade can be preserve.

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HAVING OWN CUSTOME INHABITAT CUSTOM HABITAT Custom habitat is introduced to the society that encourage people to decide their own requirement on specification on their living. This concept is matrix modular system by assemble disassemble construction. The idea of extension living is not the new idea. If we looked back at old time in Rumah Melayu housing, the house starts with Rumah Ibu. The size of the house in co-related with live style of the occupancy. same as concept Rumah Melayu that used extension of Rumah Ibu to have Rumah Dapur, Selang, Anjung and other space by assemble disassemble construction technique. The different on life style now days, housing become an enclave with everything inside that suit to the occupancy. For example, Rumah Melayu has separated toilet and no proper boundary for bedroom except for parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; room compare to the typical nowadays house, that has proper segregate boundary by enclose wall to justified a bedroom and build in toilet. Another typology of living nowadays, because of limiting and high value of space majorities in cities area, people start have to choose another alternative way of living by compact living. Compact living is way of living that to have a certain space to occupant in small or appropriate area. This proposal is to supply high demand of housing that can be spend by Young Executive to have a house that fit to their needs and money. The idea is having house on the top of the shop lot building. Shop lot Penang before is the shop at the ground level and the owner of shop or land owner are stay at the first floor in shop lot where they have business and living. So, the idea is the negotiation between the developer to the land owner to have an agreement. The developer will propose to the land owner, land owner do not have to spend the capital to the development but in fact everything will be prepare by the developer. By the agreement, the land owner could have a certain percentage on the profit that can be used to upgrade this own existing business. The modular matrix living can be excess by the internet using computer or smart phone and the user can place the spaces and furniture like playing simulator SIMS game. User can arrange and choose wat type of finishing, material, furniture and fitting including the material price and construction. After the arrangement it will be sent to the CLOUD to be advise by the architect. Later the custom matrix house will construct base on the instruction prepare before. This method will give variety and flexibilities to the user to have their own living base on their needs and expenses.

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PARAMETER A certain parameter guideline is established to materialise this concept. Base on the UNESCO requirement, any category 2 building, the facade of the building is compulsory to maintain. To fulfilled the requirement the arrangement is gradually rise up to the back and give respective full heritage facade when people stand at the front of the building. So, when people stand exact frontal of the building they may not see any additional attachment on the top of the building but on the other perspective except the frontal people will see glance of the modular matrix house

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EXTENSION OF LIVING The life expectancy is not much different from the old time to the modern type but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s different on way of living. This custom habitat is targeting to Young Executive, person who are university or college, school graduate and start living by their own. by high concentration young executive in the society appear that need of living is high but the economy not really promising to have complete house. One young executive or married couple only need a certain space and of course depend on their expenses. For example, one young executive needs to have compact living and kitchen, one bedroom and one toilet. At mean time when the young executive got kids the space of house can extant to its fitness such as additional of another bedroom and toilet. With this idea, the occupancy can have time to collect money to have a certain comfortability related to needs. By expectation 5 to 20 years, the occupancy may have enough collection of money by work and house price properties to have new house on ground instead of house at top of the shop lot house. The parameter of the house extension is 450squarefeet to 1200squarefeet. Any further extension require negotiation with neighbouring area. A certain planning and design must take highly consideration before construction is the water supply, sewerage, and electrical grid. The extension also must consider to have open ventilate space and green space to make the area of living become resilient and lively to live and give comfort

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CHANGEABLE STAGE PROPOSAL This is manifesto to introduce to people about the machangeable stage proposal to the Sentral College Penang at the lobby area required 2 storey spaces. this idea is extract from Wyly Theather located at Dallas USA by REX & OMA architect There are 8 typology of the stage that can change and transform to type: studio theatre type, transverse type, trust type, proscenium type, sandwich type, arena type, bipolar type, and flat floor type. By adapting proven technologies for new uses, the stage can be altered into a wide array of configurations including proscenium, thrust, arena, traverse, studio, and flat floor configurations with only a small crew in a few hours. Directors and scenic designers are empowered to select or invent the stage-audience configuration that fulfils their artistic desires, facilitating experimentation. Space limitation occur when different function with different usage of area, by this idea a singular space can be utilised in varies way of manipulating space arrangement that suit for its function. the multiple changeable stage not only be used by the Sentral College to present the manifesto of custom modular matrix inhabitant, the space also can be rent by other parties to organise event. located at the nodes of the street intersect with bishop street and Penang street, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s give high possibilities of people visit to that spot. this allow possibilities and flexibilities for many program and event to be construct at the node of the street and may appear vibrancy to its fitness.

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MODULAR HOTEL:

SKY HOTEL & CAPSULE HOTEL There are 2 type of hotel that introduce at this enclave, luxury hotel and budget hotel. using the same assemble disassemble type of construction. the sky hotel is located at the top Logan Heritage Building famous with cafe and bar. with enclose public realm suitable to build public pool that serve to the cafe and bar hotel. this hotel completes with facilities like banquet hall, spa house, pool and outdoor activity like wall climbing. On the other hand, the more economical hotel is capsule hotel, adaptive reuse by abandoned building. this capsule hotel also uses modular technique assemble disassemble construction. the typology of room at this hotel are depend on request and can be change by assembling light weight structure. this give flexibility to the user to comply with the requirement. the capsule hotel will make profit by quantity compare to sky hotel that more luxury and more expensive targeting occupancy tourist with more budget money.

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CONNECTIVITY AND ROAD TREATMENT

CAT, which stands for Central Area Transit, is an initiative of the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) and Rapid Penang. It covers a route from Jetty to Penang Road and back. Along the way, it makes 19 stops at strategic points of interest. The service runs from 6:00 am in the morning until 12:00 am midnight. Apart from the route around Komtar, the shuttle service ply roads within the core and buffer zones of the George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rapid Penang has prepared three air-conditioned buses which were specially painted with the CAT livery for easy recognition. In front of the bus as a “Hop on Free” sign. On the sides are the words “City Hop On” and “Central Area Transit”. The 19 bus stops along the route have also been properly signage. The bus stops are numbered to help visitors identify their location vis-a-vis the tourist attractions of the vicinity. One the other hand, pedestrian walking become most priority in movement efficiency because it come with less infrastructure cost, later than bicycle, transit bus, and singular occupancy vehicle. The idea is celebrating walking and limit the usage of engine base transport.

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KEVIN LYNCH | PERCERPTION OF THE CITY â&#x20AC;&#x153;Looking at cities can give a special pleasure, however commonplace the sight may be. Like a piece of architecture, the city is a construction in space, but of a vast scale, . . . perceived only in the course of long spans of time . . . At every instant, there is more than the eye can see, more than the ear can hear, a setting or view waiting to be explored. Nothing is experienced by itself, but always in relation to its surroundings, the sequences of events leading up to it, the memory of past experiences . . . Every citizen has had long associations with some part of his city, and his image is soaked in memories and meanings . . . â&#x20AC;&#x153; - KEVIN LYNCH LEGIBILITY is essentially the ease with which people understand the layout of a place method of analyzing legibility based on five elements: PATHS, EDGES, DISTRICTS, NODES AND LANDMARKS.

Existing road at the site have carpark at both side. This situation resulting block view to the heritage building and struggle to access the shop lot. The proposal is to remove all the side parking, car can park at subbasement parking provided. The area later will transform to pedestrian walk 10 feet isolated with 3feet green vegetation and the other 3feet to bicycle user before road used by car. This give good sustainable approach by limiting the carbon footprint produce by car, and buffering the pedestrian road by green vegetation.

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24 571 REAL LIFE INTRODUCTION 18,252 POSITIVE, 36 NEGATIVE

i have space to vacant DISCOVER PEOPLE BOOK A STAY

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languages represented Research by Mario Rui Silva Carranca, Tampere University of Tecnology Couchsurfing is a movement. For all intents and purposes, it is a cooperative travel program, with members using the site to both ‘surf’ other’s couches, or ‘host’ travelers in their hometown. It is a testament to the rapid growth and spread of globalization; you can now contact stranger’s worlds apart and request to stay with them. There is no monetary exchange. This concept is often confusing to those outside of the Couchsurfing community because it goes so far beyond the economical rules of our society. Couchsurfing encourages the sharing of space yes, but also time, cultures, personal history, experiences, and passions; all things which are quite literally priceless. -http://thetravellingtable.com/ may2015

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SHARE BUSINESS MARKETING MARKETING BUSINESS STRATEGY Marketing business strategy is highly influence by the CLOUD. To enhance and give stabilize economy influence in business in Penang, we collect all the database of every business given by the businessman or land owner. The idea is actually give everyone to excess information of any business appear at the Georgetown enclave. The way of achieving this idea by given example like a businessman will give information on their business like where, product or services to the data base the CLOUD for certain price per month. After uploading the information data base, the consumer can excess and make business arrangement. Example, one organization want to organize event after already make booking open public realms, this organization can excess available surrounding business to have food supply, hotel and logging, store space to rent, booking tourist guide or others service seems necessary. For young entrepreneur businessman, we give coaching service and capital depending on the proposal present. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s under government program 1MET that give coaching and mentoring to young entrepreneur. Small business gives more variety that lead to fine grain economy to develop the city. By fact, Georgetown Penang is a city that rich with small business around within the city. CONSUMER, LOCAL, TOURIST, TRAVELER, ETC

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DOUBLE FRONTAGE double frontage business excess can be applying on certain shop lot that have street frontage and back lane frontage that later be utilise for event area. People come by walking both local and tourism, can excess the short distance and bring the area more permeability to the people. When there is program at the back lane and people who walk at the street may result a reason to the people come inside the shop. This enhance the economic efficiency to the shop owner with high concentration people come inside the shop. For example, shop lot that use this concept is Chinahouse that use double frontage that allow people come from both side.

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CREATING A RESILIENT URBAN COMMUNITY Bolognina is a neighbourhood inside of Navile District that is located just outside the walls of Bologna city. There are around 35,000 inhabitants reside in the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood was at the peak of its presence way back during 1865 when the city became a national node of rail traffic and was invested by a massive industrialization process. However, the big benefactor moved away during 90s which consequently causes major social degeneration, promote criminality and depreciation of the area. The area is now populated with mixed population from different countries and culture. This population variety may promote urban vibrancy if all the inhabitant can be brought together through sustainable renovation and social integration. Their similarities are that they tended to live and work in the same area which has the potential to gain strong sense of community. Based on climatic analysis, Bologna has quite cold winters and very hot summers. The temperature fluctuation is a serious matter to be considered. The city experienced severe heat-waves in the last decade and the Urban Heat Island affects the most part of urbanized environment. In addition, heavy rains often affect the geographical area, and in the past the flooding risk has been strongly considered in the water management strategies due to the proximity of two important rivers (Savena and Reno) to the city. Global warming may also be seen as a catalyst that often triggers unexpected climatic change such as heavy and long rainy days which exposes Bologna to risk of flooding in the future.

SYPHODIUM - GREEN URBAN PILLARS Taking into account of Bologna climatic condition, the main objective of the proposal is to provide additional evacuation ground for the inhabitant in case the flood occurred. However, during non-flood period, the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;evacuation groundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; will benefit the local people as it functions as an alternative for urban cultivation. The structure will consist of 3 main elements that are 1. The podium; 2. The crop cylinder; and the 3. Rainwater syphon. The modular vertical cylinder structure will have built to fit a purpose as vertical farming. During flood period, the cylinder structure will be dissembled and a structure to house evacuate ground level inhabitant will be built replacing it. The syphon will allow for rain water to be channelled into rain water harvesting tanks that is embedded in the ground below. The water will be utilized to water crop in the cylinder structure. Thus, rainwater retention is efficiently done as runway water are reduced. The site is blessed with adequate sun light and precipitation all-year-round thus it is conducive to cultivation crops. As local inhabitants participate in the cultivation, they gain strong sense of community. The integration of different cultures of between the locals and immigrants will promote urban vibrancy to the area. The crop cultivated by the cylindrical structure will be commercialized at the nearby market thus encouraging mixed use and local commerce.

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BOLOGNA CLIMATE ANALYSIS HIGH FLUCTUATION

Average Minimum And Maximum Temperature Over The Year

Bologna temperature experiences major fluctutation throughout the year which coldest reading is 20C whereas highest reading is 320C. This indicate that residents donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have the privillege to cultivate the same type of plants all-year-round. Thus it is important to have alternative of type of cultivation.

FLOOD RISK Thanks to Global Warming, climate worldwide has experienced major change. Bologna may soon faces great flood based on previous average rainy days. When flood occur, it is important to stay close to food supplies to continue survive since flood usually causes affected residents to be stranded. Average Monthly Rainy Days Over The Year

HIGH PRECIPITATION Since Bologna is blessed with relatively high precipitation especially at the end of the year, residents can benefit from it by harvesting the water for cultivation use. Rainwater harvesting may be a sustainable method to create a self-sufficient city. Average Monthly Precipitation Over The Year (Rainfall, Snow)

HIGH SUNSHINE Not only Bologna is blessed with high precipitation, it also exposed to consistent sunshine all-year-round thus making the city conducive to start plant cultivation. The plants may also provide extra O2 supplies to the city as photosynthesis occured at daily basis. Average Percent Of Sunshine Over The Year

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CULTIVATION RECOMMENDATION SUMMER CULTIVATION Floating hydroponic

WINTER CULTIVATION Soil/compost cultivation Soil compost

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RECOMMENDED TYPE OF PLANTS FOR CULTIVATION

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CUCUMBER Creeping vine that bears cylindrical fruits that are used as culinary vegetables. Usually sliced and pickled.

BEET Beet roots help lower blood pressure, while beet greens may strengthen your immune system.

SPINACH Popeye was definitely on to something. Spinach is a super food loaded with tons of nutrients in a low calorie package.

BOK CHOI Have an anticancer benefits by supplying high levels of antioxidants, phytonutrients and glucosinolates.

Their high water content helps ward off dehydration and combat the heat while their taste are refreshing.

Full of cancer fighters including glucosinolates and a high fiber content that helps lower cholesterol.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loaded with nutrients: Asparagus is a very good source of fiber, folate, vitamins A, C, E and K.

A tender fleshy fruit. A The leaves widely use longer growing season to add flavours and of especially favor this taste in soup or broth. fruit.

Contain capsaicin that gives peppers their characteristic pungence, producing mild to intense spice when eaten.

Eaten raw or briefly cooked, carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, carotene and potassium.

Broccoli is a green vegetable from the cabbage family. It is best briefly steamed, stir-fried, or eaten raw.

The incredibly versatile eggplant works in everything from Italian to Asian recipes.

Salad is becoming more and more popular in restaurants all over the country. Fresh salad taste best within 48hours of plucking.

Consumed in diverse ways, including raw, as an ingredient in many dishes, sauces, salads, and drinks.

Baby turnips have a sweet, delicate taste, while winter turnips are more pungent and peppery.

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“SYPHON, A C Y L I N D E R V E R T I C A L STRUCTURE WILL BUILD TO FIT A PURPOSE AS VERTICAL FARMING. THIS STRUCTURE IS ASSEMBLED AND DISASSEMBLE STRUCTURE MAKE IT EASY TO ATTACH AND MAINTAINING. “

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Above syphon, a cylinder vertical structure will build to fit a purpose as vertical farming. this structure is assembled and disassemble structure make it easy to attach and maintaining. grid of this structure makes it easy to modulate the box that hold the plant. several plans are list to due to season. there are 2 type of cultivation which is summer cultivation and winter cultivation. On average, the recycled pallet system with compost will produce more vegetable than with floating hydroponic system. The reason is that the recycled pallet with compost system is more flexible in term of usage all-year-round and in term of crop density at a single cultivation. However, the crops produced with floating hydroponic system will consume less fertiliser than of recycled pallet with compost system. This mean that the crop that will be produced is closer to being ‘organic food’. Timer used at this system to have precise watering timing to the plant. there are 2type of water tank, collection gray water tank and from grid water tank. the rain water will be collected to watering plant, balance dripping by watering also will be collected and go to storm water collection, being pump and use again. water outlet gray water from residential will maximise recycle use to optimum water usage. By using this syphone system, soil and space can be recycle that may reduce cost of farming. The fruits, herbs and other product that be outcome of this syphone will sell at the market. the market will adaptive reuse and adding the additional space on top of the roof to have very pleasure park market walk at top and wet market at the existing site.


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establishment of new grid at the open area courtyard. the new grid is for column and foundation of the syphone

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NEW MARKET ABOVE EXISTING MARKET

EXISTING MARKET

CROP CULTIVATED BY THE CYLINDRICAL STRUCTURE WILL BE COMMERCIALIZED AT THE NEARBY MARKET THUS ENCOURAGING MIXED USE AND LOCAL COMMERCE.

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ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION | POCKET URBAN PROJECT PIN-UP! SOCIETY - ARCHITECTURE + SOCIAL MEDIA

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PIN UP! SOCIETY @GEORGETOWN PENANG

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ABSTRACT PiNUP! SOCIETY Pin up! Society is a hypothetical project that is targeted for the youth in Malaysia. The site is located in Georgetown, Penang. The reason we choose Penang? It is the place where the youth can express themselves by contributing to the public in any way they can, as Penang is trying new ways to express their heritage tourism. This project is an egg-shaped dome, which can be in several places and typologies. We proposed 4 typologies that can be used in Penang. This is to suit the condition of the heritage buildings in Penang and how we can squeeze in the domes with minimal changes to the heritage buildings. From the 4 typologies, there are various programs that can be installed to suits the current trend of youthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities. These domes can be accessed through the hypothetical apps we created to create a new journey simulation to the youth. (Keyword: steel dome, urban salvage, gentrification, youth)

using apps to CONNECT people + architecture + event + finance

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what is hedonistic sustainability? Hedonistic sustainability is what happened when we stop thinking about building as a structure and start thinking about them as a part of ecosystem. When a building is a part of ecosystem, they can be used to help to create a closed loop for recycling energy, minimizing your environmental impact and creating positive side product for a higher quality of life.

facts about youth are called “Generation Citizen” ambitious generation most entreprenuial community-minded

g l o b a l warming

purpose of YouDo green

youth

urban

reactional

what

Penang Youth Dome

why

To promote the green sustainability to the Yo

who

youth, especially

where how

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whole area of Georgetown

parasytic architecture design, by “popping up”


outh

â&#x20AC;? anywhere in Georgetown

Youth are consisting of the millenials. The millennial generation is the generation of children born between 1982 and 2002, some 81 million children who have taken over K-12, have already entered college and the workforce. This generation will replace the Baby-boomers as they retire. The millennials have different characteristics than any generation before them and in order to serve them better, K-12 education and colleges and universities are having to change the way they do business. The millennials have grown up in a society that is very different than any group before them. They have been plugged into technology since they were babies, are a safe generation and have the most educated mothers of any generation before them. They are the most scheduled generation ever, are true multi-taskers, expect to have 6-8 careers in their lifetime and are attracted

to diverse environments.

vision Our vision extends from the here and now: could this really be the future of Youth? Our vision suggests that Youth are more outward, expressive and loves challenges, hence by installing these â&#x20AC;&#x153;hedonistic sustainabilityâ&#x20AC;? pins to the heart of town, it could become an integrated ecosystems of the urban center.

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design proposal - URBAN STRATEGIES CREATE MULTIPLE TYPE EVENT INIVITING + 01 DEVELOP ACCESSIBLE TRANSIT AREA

06 ENSURE CONNECTIONS

GREAT GREEN 02 PRODUCE STREET

PUBLIC OPEN 07 GENERATE SPACE

WALKABILITY + BRIDGE THE PAST + FUTURE 03 REINFORCE BIKE ABILITY + WELL BEING 08 NEIGHBORHOOD 04 NUTURE CHARACTER

SUSTAINABILITY 09 STIMULATE + INNOVATION

EQUITY + 05 IMPROVE OPPORTUNITY

EARLY 10 EMPHASIZE INTEGRATION, SIMPLE

PROCESS + MAINTAINABLE

ADAPTIVE REUSE IN HERITAGE INTEGRATION

ADAPTIVE CAPACITY ON PARKING SPACE AND UNUTILISED SPACE on the existing site of the inside envelope boundary, there are indentified 5 area that open parking space area and unutilised space area. to used this space, the existing functions cannot be ignore. by build sub-basement parking the carpark can be replace in the ground and upper ground can be used as public realms. by used this approach, better management facilities can be applied such as sewerage, electrical grid, and water supply. the public realms can be rent to any event activity by matrix habitant in grid like rent in 6by6 meter square.6by6 meter square are the establishement new grid to column by replacing carpark area to sub-basement

HOW THIS CLOUD SYSTEM WORK

PIN-UP SOCIETY APPS USER

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selection of program

map to location

transportation cloud system


MARKETING BUSINESS STRATEGY Marketing business strategy is highly influence by the PIN. To enhance and give stabilize economy influence in business in Penang, we collect all the database of every business given by the businessman or land owner. The idea is actually give everyone to excess information of any business appear at the Georgetown enclave. The way of achieving this idea by given example like a businessman will give information on their business like where, product or services to the data base the PIN for certain price per month. After uploading the information data base, the consumer can excess and make business arrangement. Example, one organization want to organize event after already make booking open public realms, this organization can excess available surrounding business to have food supply, hotel and logging, store space to rent, booking tourist guide or others service seems necessary. For young entrepreneur businessman, we give coaching service and capital depending on the proposal present. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s under government program 1MET that give coaching and mentoring to young entrepreneur. Small business gives more variety that lead to fine grain economy to develop the city. By fact, Georgetown Penang is a city that rich with small business around within the city.

ADAPTIVE CAPACITY ON PARKING SPACE AND UNUTILISED SPACE On the existing site of the inside envelope boundary, there are identified that open parking space area and unutilised space area. To use this space, the existing functions cannot be ignoring. By build sub-basement parking the car park can be replace in the ground and upper ground can be used as public realms. By used this approach, better management facilities can be applied such as sewerage, electrical grid, and water supply. the public realms can be rent to any event activity by grid like rent in 6by6 meter square. 6by6 meter square are the establishment new grid to column by replacing car park area to sub-basement

OPEN PUBLIC REALMS TREATMENT. Since open public realms are from land from land owner, a certain treatment should be done to segregate and isolate from public area to existing building. Existing building is private area, so to isolate from the public area; a high translucent fencing was creating to make zoning. People can still see the magnificent facade of the old building but cannot touch or access without the proper entrance. By this way, the heritage value of the building facade can be preserve.

nearest surrounding business access information

ticket early booking and viewing cloud review comment REBATE

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integration - DESIGN STRATEGIES + SOCIAL MEDIA + BU INDI CONCERT STATION

integration - DESIGN STRA

GRAFITTI HAVEN

PADANG KOTA YOUTH MONEY BANK FOOD FESTIVAL

COLLECTOR ITEM

ST GEORGE CHURCH

ART GALLERIA

BANQUET HALL PERFORMANCE HALL LITTLE INDIA

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USINESS

ATEGIES + SOCIAL MEDIA + BUSINESS

FORT CORNWALLIS ELEVATED POOL

Y-PARLIMENT LIVE

JETI

AN URBFILL IN

X-SPORT GAMES

PIN-UP POINT PROPOSE LOCATION

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TYPOLOGY 1 | SUNKEN ON GROUND

TYPOLOGY 2 | FLOATING ON GROUND

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TYPOLOGY 3 | IN-SIDE SPACES

TYPOLOGY 4 | IN-BETWEEN SPACES

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AN URBFILL IN

PLATFORM DESIGN TYPOLOGY

CULTURAL EVENT BUILDING

ARTISTIC ACTION

TEMPORARY ACTIVITIES

MOVABLE SERVICE

AMENITIES & SERVICE

EVENT SPACE

event building to perpetuate the offer and the cultural diversity

light structures able to welcome new professional activities, small shop or local services

shops, service, administrations or associative shared spaces to encourage a sort of centrality

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work of art and artistic installations to revalue the image and provide to the district a specific cultural aspect

daily mobile service ( library, doctorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s practice, police, food truck etc ) to insure a continuity of affabilities between consumer

light structures with scaffolding able to welcome federative and fleeting cultural event to revitalize the district


STRUCTURAL COMPONENT GLASS AND PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL ENVELOP SECOND FLOOR LEVEL - OPEN PUBLIC INFINITY POOL FIRST FLOOR LEVEL - LOBBY, CHANGING ROOM, TOILET, SERVICE PARAMETRIC LANDSCAPE ENTRANCE ESCALATOR

SUB-BASEMENT PARKING

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ELEVATED FLOATING SWIMMING POOL AS DESIGN SOLUTION TO URBAN AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADDAPTIVE URBAN TRAIL - SWIMMING AND FLYING AT THE SAME TIME

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PRECEDENT STUDY BLUR BUILDING The Blur Building was a media pavilion built for Swiss Expo 2002 at the base of Lake Neuchatel in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland. From piles in the water, a system of rectilinear struts and diagonal rods cantilevers out over the lake. Ramps and walkways weave through the system, some of them providing a counterweight for the structure. “It was an exhibition pavilion with nothing on display, except for our cultural dependency on vision,” said Diller. The pavilion is made of filtered lake water shot as a fine mist through 13,000 fog nozzles creating an artificial cloud that measures 300 feet by 200 feet deep by 65 feet high. A built-in weather station controls fog output in response to shifting climatic conditions such as temperature, humidity, wind direction, and wind speed. The public can approach Blur via a ramped bridge. The 400 foot long ramp deposits visitors at the center of the fog mass onto a large open-air platform where movement is unregulated. Visual and acoustical references are erased along the journey toward the fog leaving only an optical “white-out” and the “white-noise” of pulsing water nozzles. Source: http://www.arcspace.com/features/diller-scofidio--renfro/blur-building/

The whole structure of Blur Building

The building from the air, cladded in mist.

Details of water misting mechanism in Blur Building. using water from rainwater harvesting for water misting

INFO! water misting will be available at specific time (during hottest time of the day) and cool off the environment

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STEP BY STEP DESIGN PARAMETRIC PLATFORM

GBI APPROACH

1. establishment of proposal site

2. selection of internal program

3. establishment of grids

EQ9 GLARE CONTROL PROVIDE GLARE & HEAT FREE LIGHT INTO THE DEEPER PART OF THE INTERIOR

SM12 GREENERY & ROOF IN1

INNOVATION DESIGN

EQ8 DAYLIGHTING WE3

IRRIGATION/LANDSCAPE HIGH INDEPENDENCY PLANTS AND LOW NUTRIEN DRAIN

EQ6 AIR CHANGE EFFECTIVE THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR INCLUDE TEMPERATURE, RADIANT TEMPERATURE, RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND AIR VELOCITY

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WE2

WATER RECYCLING


5. introduction of new level of platform

6. flatform with service integration and finished material

EE4

RENEWABLE ENERGY PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL SURFACE INSTALLED ON THE DIGRID STRUCTURE TILT FACING RECEIVING SUN DIRECT IRRIDIATION

SM3

COMMUNITY CONNECT PLANNING CONSIDERED THE EXISTING COMMUNITY NEIGHBOURHOOD BY PROVIDING EXCELLENT CONNECTION

SM10 PARKING CAPACITY WE1 RAINWATER HARVESTING

SM5 ENVIRONMENT & COST M.

RAINWATER HARVEST & GREY WATER RECYCLING HELP REDUCE CLEAN WATER FOR SANITARY PURPOSES

LUSH GREENERY COLLED THE ENVIRONMENT AND AVOID THE HEAT ISLAND EFFECT

GBI APPROACH

GBI APPROACH

4. column replacement

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THE DOME IS OVALSHAPED TO MINIMISE DIRECT RESISTANCE TOWARDS WIND LOAD TO THE BUILDING, BY ALLOWING THE AIR TO SWIFTLY PASSING THE BUILDING. THIS ALSO CREATES HIGH PRESSURE AT THE EXTERIOR, WHILE LOW PRESSURE IN THE INTERIOR ARE BEING CARRIED THROUGH BY THE HIGH PRESSURE AIR FROM THE OUTSIDE, THUS CREATING VENTURI EFFECT. high pressure air

low pressure air

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high pressure air Not all triangular panels of the dome are fully enclosed. At the pool area, the dome low pressure air is not enclosed, rather it is exposed to allow CROSSVENTILATION occurs.

INDUCING AIR FLOW

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PRIMARY STRUCTURE

vertical and horizontal curvy linear structure in oval shape

SECONDARY STRUCTURE

tringular diaginal linear structure in oval shape

TERTIARY STRUCTURE

trigular diagonal inbetween secondary structure that hold glass panel

STRUCTURAL CONNECTION DETAIL source : pinterest - norman foster, swiss re (2015)

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STRUCTURE STABILITY


TOP GEOMETRY PLAN

FRONTAL GEOMETRY ELEVATION

45 DEGREE GEOMETRY AXONOMETRIC PRIMARY STRUCTURE

SECONDARY STRUCTURE

TERTIARY STRUCTURE

DESIGN DOME GEOMETRY

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double low-e glass aluminium glass finish aluminium with frame cladding to cladding to closed and rubber hold glass structure member waterproofing frame

solar photovoltaic panel

froste

modular panel hollow steel structure with industrial coating service pipe water spray pipe

details of water misting mechanism idea of water misting fan of cooling the environment

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SELECTION OF MATERIAL

Material used as finishing on this dome structure is double low-e glass, photovoltaic panel and frosted glass. Photovoltaic panel are dominate at top part of the dome to maximise the emission of sun and at the same time give shaded inside contiment. The panel are arrage randomly to give natural effect to the environment.

ed glass

below pinup structure install water spray pipe that would spray wter toward the landscape to cool down the temperature . when this water spray moment happen, it would appear as cloudy environment and practical during afternoon sun

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SKETCH IDEA

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MODEL

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PIN UP! SOCIETY penang

@georgetown

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ARCHITECTURE TRIP | UDRL - URBAN DESIGN RESEARCH LAB INDONESIA - SURABAYA + SEMARANG + KUDUS + DEMAK + YOGYAKARTA

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Master of architecture portfolio  

during master of architecture 2017 at Universiti Teknologi MARA, Puncak Alam campus, Malaysia

Master of architecture portfolio  

during master of architecture 2017 at Universiti Teknologi MARA, Puncak Alam campus, Malaysia

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