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Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)

Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)

Landskap

Landskap

May-Aug 2011

bulletin Issue No 9

bulletin May-Aug 2011 | Issue No 9

Calendar: Calling For Entries: MLAA 2011 Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards

MFO Park

1 August – 20 December 2011

ISOLA 7th National Conference on Cultural Landscape 10-11 September 2011 Ahmadabad, Gujarat, India

EVOPARK 2011 National Symposium on the Evolution of Park & Recreation Management

World Landscape Architecture Month & SOLARE 2011 Highlights

14-15 November 2011 MBSA Banquet Hall, Shah Alam

SUSTED’11 Sustainable Tropical Environmental Design Conference 16-17 November 2011 Faculty Of Design And Architecture, UPM

“30 Years of ILAM” Gala Dinner 2012 & MLAA Awards Night 7 April 2012 Kuala Lumpur

49th IFLA World Congress 2012 7-9 September 2012 Cape Town, South Africa

Another Publication By: Institut Arkitek Landskap Malaysia (ILAM) Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM) Rear Cover Photo: Climbers growing wild at Taman Botani Putrajaya.

Front Cover Photo: Dramatic rainfall creating a soothing mood at the The Spa & Med Beauty at Saujana Subang, Excellent Award winning project in the Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards 2010, by Malik Lip & Associates Sdn Bhd. Photos courtesy of LAr. Charles Teo

1-10-3, Presint ALAMI, Pusat Perniagaan Worldwide 2, Persiaran Akuatik, Seksyen 13, 40100, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards Award Winners Showcase

Urban Heat ! Greenroof BELUM

Land Before Time

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Another Publication By : Institut Arkitek Landskap Malaysia (ILAM) Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)

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May-Aug 2011 | Issue No 9

Contents From the President

02

BELUM: Land Before Time

04-05

MLAA2010 Winners Showcase

06-15

Urban Heat! Greenroof

16-18

Ideas & Technology: MFO Park

19-21

ILAM Updates

22-29

IFLA Updates

30-31

Editorial Board

Corporate Communication & Promotion Division Chief Editor LAr. Mohd Fadrillah Bin Mohd Taib Editors LAr. Charles Teo | LAr. Mohd Saifullizan Bin Mohd Tahir Copywriters LAr. Charles Teo | Raymond Martin Designed by Design218 | www.design218.my Printed By Atlas Cetak (M) Sdn. Bhd. Special Thanks International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) IFLA Asia Pacific Region Jabatan Landskap Negara Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu (DBKK) Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) EMKAY Group Perbadanan Putrajaya Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Hitchins (M) Sdn. Bhd. Victron Outdoor Furniture Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credits Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu (DBKK) Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) MLAA2010 Winners EMKAY Group LAr. Charles Teo & Edwin Eng

from the president Landskap Bulletin 3rd Anniversary Edition Salam One Malaysia, greetings to all ILAM members and congratulations to Landskap Bulletin. We are now celebrating the 3rd Anniversary of this publication. With this, and all issues, we hope to improve the knowledge within, and bring more exciting news from, the Landscape Architecture field. The second quarter of 2011 was a hectic yet productive time for ILAM. Besides the World Landscape Architecture Month Celebrations in April, when we were busy with a Tree Planting Programme, the Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards (MLAA) and the ILAM Annual Dinner, we also hosted the IFLA Asia Pacific Regional Symposium on Landscape Architecture Education, SOLARE, from the end of March till the beginning of April. This event was another huge success. Therefore, for us, April was a month full of memorable moments for everyone. You will find the relevant reports in this issue. In May, ILAM visited the state government of Sabah, namely Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu, and the Sabah State Town and Country Planning Department, to promote the importance of Landscape Architecture. We are glad that our efforts garnered media coverage in East Malaysia and we were also witness to the Sabah state government’s efforts to strengthen the role of Landscape Architects and the profession as a whole, in the state. In line with our roadmap to obtain cabinet endorsement of the Landscape Architect Act, a workshop on the concept paper was carried out, with the involvement of the Ministry of Housing & Local Governments, the National Landscape Department and also ILAM. The two day workshop gained fruitful results and we hope this effort will put us one step closer to ratifying the Landscape Architect Act. I would like to thank the International Federation of Landscape Architects, Asia Pacific Region (IFLA APR), who, during the 48th IFLA World Congress Council Meeting in Zurich, Switzerland in June this year, selected Malaysia as the host for the IFLA Asia Pacific Regional Congress 2014. To all landscape architects who are submitting work for this year’s Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards, MLAA2011, we wish you the best of luck. We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you that we welcome article contributions from our readers and our fellow landscape professionals from time to time. If you have a topic which needs to be shared, please write to the editor, care of the address at the rear of this bulletin, and we will do our best to include your thoughts and ideas in a future issue.

Unfold the Secrets of

130 Million Years The unspoilt magic of Belum, which literally means ‘land before time’, makes it the perfect habitat for 14 of the world’s most threatened mammals, including the Malayan Tiger, Malayan Sunbear, the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the White-handed Gibbon, the Asiatic Elephant, the Malayan Tapir and many more unique examples of flora and fauna which are uniquely BELUM. Come and unfold it yourself!

www.belumresort.com www.yayasanemkay.org.my

Finally, we would like to welcome LAr. Zainuddin bin Ya as ILAM new Council Member elected by the members during our recent AGM. Keep following us and enjoy this issue of Landskap Bulletin.

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President Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)

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Special Feature

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The endangered Plain-pouched Hornbill

Pulau Banding

Giant Merbau Tree

Belum Rainforest Resort

Sungai Enam

Sidai Cafe Bird watching

Waterfalls at Sungai Enam

Sungai Enam Chalet

The serene lake at Belum The Houseboat

Pulau Banding Rainforest Research Centre

Pulau Banding Rainforest Research Centre

The Pulau Banding Rainforest Research Centre is devoted to the comprehensive study of the Belum-Temengor tropical rainforest ecosystems, both terrestrial and aquatic. Local and international researchers can contact Pulau Banding Foundation at +6 03-7710 7066.

BELUM the land before time When traveling the scenic East West Highway in peninsula Malaysia, one cannot miss an expansive and impressive man-made lake. This feature is used for the generation of hydro-electricity and, miraculously, is home to 23 species of freshwater fish and 5 species of turtles. However, the lake is not the only stunning feature of the surrounding landscape. Situated in the state of Perak, on the border of Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand, Belum-Temengor Rainforest, and its lake, form a wonderful vista for any weary traveler. At over 130 million years of age and encompassing 300,000 hectares, this remarkable tropical paradise is home to a vast number of species of animals and plants, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. In fact, scientific studies indicate that this primordial forest, which remains one of the largest untouched forest reserves in Peninsular Malaysia, holds enormous potential for the discovery of more biological treasures. Nature at its purest The Belum-Temengor Rainforest, which is approximately four times the size of Singapore, houses over 3,000 species of flowering plants, including three species of the largest flower in the world – the Rafflesia. It is also the natural habitat for 64 species of ferns and 62 species of mosses. The unspoil magic of Belum, which literally means ‘land before time’, also makes it the perfect habitat for 14 of the world’s most threatened mammals, including the Malayan Tiger, the Malayan Sun-bear, the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the White-handed Gibbon, the Asiatic Elephant, and the Malayan Tapir. Belum is also home to many exotic birds and insects living in their natural habitat within the rainforest. Visitors may be lucky enough to spot the endangered Plain-pouched Hornbill, the rarest of all species of hornbills found in Malaysia. Another species found only in Belum is the Great Hornbill. The forest is also an ideal destination for ecotourism activities, as wildlife observation, education and research initiatives support the conservation efforts of the area. Exploring the wonders of the forest with the help of local guides offers nature lovers a captivating insight into this astonishing habitat. One can feel closer to nature by exploring the local Herbal Garden, located within the resort, or by enjoying the cool, crisp air and breathtaking views while riding a kayak or canoe around the island. Alternatively, adventure lovers can hire a raft for a more rustic experience or take an exploratory walk along the Banding Forest Trail for an educational journey through time.

BELUM Rainforest Resort Pulau Banding, the location for the Belum Rainforest Resort, is everything nature-lovers expect in a getaway destination: complete relaxation and serenity, stunning views and surroundings, adventure, and the chance to get up close and personal with nature. The first phase of the four-phase development of Pulau Banding was completed in 2008. While the 70-room Belum Rainforest Resort began its second phase of development in early July 2011, this project is set to become more than just another holiday destination with additional facilities such as a spa and swimming pool. A campsite at Sungai Enam base camp, which is just a brief boat ride away, has been completed and is ready to cater to the more adventurous amongst us. The latest addition to the resort is its Houseboat. With the capacity to house 16 guests at one time, nature can be viewed at its closest aboard this floating holiday home. For more information, the Belum Rainforest Resort can be reached at http://www.belumresort.com. The Future The development of the resort as an eco-tourism hub is also in line with the Pulau Banding Charter. This document is a guideline which outlines best practices for creating and sustaining eco-friendly and economically viable establishments. It also brings into play the close cooperation between the Perak State Government and its various departments, the Federal Government and its related ministries and non-government organisations such as WWF-Malaysia and the Malaysian Nature Society. These groups ensure that the biodiversity of Pulau Banding, where the resort is situated, and its surroundings, are fully protected, appreciated, preserved and propagated for future generations. Conducting sustainable development practices which encompass environmental, economic and socially responsible elements mean that not only will the unique flora and fauna of Pulau Banding and the surrounding Belum-Temengor Rainforest Complex be preserved, so too will the welfare and interests of the local indigenous (orang asli) communities who live in the rainforest be preserved for generations to come. Source: http://www.belumresort.com.


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MLAA 2010

Excellence Award

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Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning This stunning project was not designed for perfection; it allows nature to grow unhindered, complimenting the serene surroundings, exactly what the client required. Dense planting blankets the ground, purposely covered with dry leaves, similar to a natural forest. Plant materials of ethno-botanic and indigenous species which were once considered unfashionable have become the main showcase of the gardens. Upon entering the spa centre, uninterrupted views abound, from the calm interior spaces, to the reflection pool outside. The tranquil flow of water throughout the project provides a sense of peace whilst the water curtain, set against a black granite wall, screens the visitor from the harsh sounds of the world outside. As a result, the lush landscape and the serenity of a forest environment creates a distinct atmosphere of a retreat, bringing rejuvenation to the physical body and mind and a sense of seclusion from the surrounding, densely urbanised area.

Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. The Spa & Med Beauty Project Title: The Spa and Med Beauty, The Saujana Official Entrant: Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: LAr. Nik Malik Nik Zainal Abidin | LAr. Ahmad Yusri Mat Yusoff Landscape Architect: LAr. Nik Malik Nik Zainal Abidin Main Contractor: JJ Landscape & Contractor Client / Owner: Rimbun Asli Sdn. Bhd.

Excellence Award Category 2: Property Developer Awards in Landscape Planning & Developments

List of Winners Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

e) Residential (Strata) Category Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Tijiani 2 North, Bukit Tunku

Excellence Award Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. The Spa & Med Beauty

Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Desa Idaman Residences, Puchong

Honour Awards Perbadanan Putrajaya Sisiran Putrajaya (Putrajaya Promenade)

Praxcis Design Sdn. Bhd. Saffron Condominiums, Sentul East

Perbadanan Putrajaya Taman Warisan Pertanian Putrajaya

Honour Awards a) Commercial Category Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. KL Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur

f) Small Green Spaces Category Urbanscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Residence at Batu Lintang, Kuching Urbanscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Mr. David Siaw Residence, Kuching

Perbadanan Putrajaya Taman Rimba Alam, Putrajaya

Mentari Design Menara Bumiputra-Commerce, Kuala Lumpur.

Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd. Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex, Putrajaya

Special Honour Award Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd. Taman Botani, Putrajaya

b) Hospitality & Services Category Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd. G Tower, Kuala Lumpur Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd. PARKCITY Club House c) Public Park Category Perunding TBG De’Bund, Laguna Park, Pulau Indah d) Residential (Landed) Category Escape Landscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Bayou Water Village, Leisure Farm Resort Landscape Studio Sdn. Bhd. Setia Pearl Island, Penang

Category 2: Property Developer Awards in Landscape Planning & Developments Excellence Award Tujuan Gemilang Sdn. Bhd. PJ Trade Centre, Damansara Perdana Honour Awards a) Property (Landed) Category Sierramas Homeowners Bhd. Sierramas Resort Homes, Sungai Buloh Gamuda Land Sdn. Bhd. Jade Hills

Category 3: Green City Awards

ILAM Academic Awards

Nurzuliza Jamirsah Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)

An unconventional commercial development which dares to challenge the norm; it is heartening to know that what may seem an unpopular concept is, with this project at least, able to compliment the surrounding environment and be a functional and attractive addition. The aim of the design is to integrate landscape architecture and sustainable building design elements, thereby crafting a fashionably ‘green’, healthy, contemporary and comfortable working office environment. The landscape work goes beyond the building’s structural exterior and, with the growth of moss and climbers on the observable surfaces, the building will age gracefully, with the green spaces forming an integral part of its charm.

Nor Hamizah Abdul Hamid Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Muhamad Huzaimi Nor Rashid Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Nur Hanis Diyana Nizaruddin International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

ILAM Fellowships

Datuk LAr. Dr. Mohamed Ishak bin Mohamed Arif Dato’ LAr. Ismail bin Ngah Datuk LAr. Shahoran bin Johan Ariffin

MLAA 2010 Jury

Datuk LAr. Shahoran bin Johan Ariffin LAr. Abu Hassan Wahab LAr. Dr. Nor Atiah Ismail

Tujuan Gemilang Sdn. Bhd. PJ Trade Centre, Damansara Perdana Project Title: PJ Trade Centre Official Entrant: Tujuan Gemilang Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: Seksan Design Sdn. Bhd. Planner: P&R Consultant Architect: Kevin Mark Low (Design Architect) | Yellil Architect A/Y 77 (Submitting Architect) Main Contractor: Distinct Green Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Tujuan Gemilang Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Tujuan Gemilang Sdn. Bhd.

View from the Central Facilities towards the reflection pool with the water curtain on the granite wall as the focal point.


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MLAA 2010

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Special Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd. G Tower, Kuala Lumpur

Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd. Taman Botani, Putrajaya

Project Title: G Tower Official Entrant: Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd. Landscape Architect: LAr. Ruslan Mohd Noor Architect: BEP Akitek Sdn. Bhd. Main Contractor: Nation Park Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: G Tower Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.

Project Title: Taman Botani Putrajaya Official Entrant: Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: Kashino Naohiro Landscape Architect: LAr. Vivi Zuriati Planner: KW Associate Planners Sdn. Bhd. Architect: Jurubena Bertiga (M) Sdn. Bhd. Main Contractor: Sri Pelagat Hong Huat JV Client / Owner: Perbadanan Putrajaya Photography Credit: Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd.

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Hospitality & Services Category

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Commercial Category

Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd. PARKCITY Clubhouse Project Title: ParkCity Clubhouse Official Entrant: Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd. Landscape Architect: LAr. Ruslan Mohd Noor Architect: A-Code Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Main Contractor: Casuarina Nursery Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Perdana ParkCity Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.

Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. KL Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur Project Title: KL Pavilion Official Entrant: Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: LAr. Michael Y.C. Lip | Tan Ban Shiang Landscape Architect: LAr. Michael Y.C. Lip Landscape Contractor: Foliage Builders (M) Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Kuala Lumpur Pavilion Sdn. Bhd.

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Hospitality & Services Category

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Commercial Category

Mentari Design Menara Bumiputra-Commerce, Kuala Lumpur. Project Title: Menara Bumiputra Commerce Official Entrant: Mentari Design Landscape Architect: LAr. Fairouz Che Ani Client / Owner: Bumiputra Commerce Holdings Berhad

Perunding TBG De’Bund, Laguna Park, Pulau Indah

Project Title: De’ Bund, Laguna Park, Pulau Indah Official Entrant: Perunding TBG Lead Designer: LAr. Danial A. Hasan | Norzalilah Abdullah Landscape Architect: Danial A. Hasan Main Contractor: Gergasi Perangsang Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Central Spectrum (M) Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Perunding TBG (Jasri & Hisyamuddin)

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Public Park Category


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MLAA 2010

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Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Residential (Landed) Category

Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Desa Idaman Residences, Puchong Project Title: Desa Idaman Residences, Puchong Official Entrant: Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: LAr. Michael Y.C. Lip | Vikki Pichay Landscape Architect: LAr. Michael Y.C. Lip Main Contractor: Pembinaan Mitrajaya Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Prima Harta Development Sdn. Bhd.

Escape Landscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Bayou Water Village, Leisure Farm Resort Project Title: Bayou Water Village, Leisure Farm Resort Official Entrant: Escape Landscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: LAr. Alvin Choo Tai Hup | Ronn Yong Landscape Architect: LAr. Alvin Choo Tai Hup Main Contractor: Growth Plus Construction Sdn. Bhd. | Capital Heights Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Leisure Farm Corporation Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Staek Photography

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Residential (Strata) Category

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Residential (Landed) Category

Praxcis Design Sdn. Bhd. Saffron Condominiums, Sentul East Project Title: The Saffron, Sentul East Official Entrant: Praxcis Design Sdn. Bhd. Landscape Architect: LAr. Yap Nga Tuan Client / Owner: YTL Land

Landscape Studio Sdn. Bhd. Setia Pearl Island, Penang Project Title: Setia Pearl Island, Penang Official Entrant: Landscape Studio Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: LAr. Tee Lit Huey Designers: Kelly Ng Poh Hui | Yeong Lee See | Tan Chee Yang Landscape Architect: LAr. Tee Lit Huey Main Contractor: Island Garden Decorator & Nursery | ESH Landscaping Sdn. Bhd.

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Residential (Strata) Category

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Residential (Strata) Category

Urbanscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Residence at Batu Lintang, Kuching

Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Tijiani 2 North, Bukit Tunku Project Title: Tijani 2 North, Bukit Tunku Official Entrant: Malik Lip & Associates Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: LAr. Michael Y.C. Lip Landscape Architect: LAr. Michael Y.C. Lip Main Contractor: Lee Landscape Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Tijani (Bukit Tunku) Sdn. Bhd.

Project Title: Residence at Batu Lintang Official Entrant: Residence at Batu Lintang Lead Designer: Johnson Tan T.Y. | Urbanscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Landscape Architect: LAr. Sharon Lee Chee Wee Main Contractor: Green Earth Home & Garden Centre Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Kelvin | LAr. Sharon Lee Chee Wee

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Small Green Spaces Category


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MLAA 2010

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Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Small Green Spaces Category

Urbanscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Mr. David Siaw Residence, Kuching

Honour Award

Project Title: Mr. David Siaw Residence, Kuching Official Entrant: Mr. David Siaw Residence, Kuching Lead Designer: Johnson Tan T.Y. | Urbanscape Consultants Sdn. Bhd. Landscape Architect: LAr. Sharon Lee Chee Wee | LAr. Lee Shiuan Ann Main Contractor: Green Earth Home & Garden Centre Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Mr. David Siaw Photography Credit: Kelvin | LAr. Sharon Lee Chee Wee

Category 2: Property Developer Awards in Landscape Planning & Developments

Property (Landed) Category

Sierramas Homeowners Bhd. Sierramas Resort Homes, Sungai Buloh Project Title: Sierramas Resort Homes, Sg. Buloh Official Entrant: Sierramas Homeowners Bhd. Lead Designer: Aspinwall Clouston Landscape Architect: LAr. Rohayah bt. Che Mat Client / Owner: Sierramas Homeowners Bhd.

Honour Award

Category 1: Professional Awards in Landscape Design & Planning

Small Green Spaces Category

Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd. Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex, Putrajaya Project Title: Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex Official Entrant: Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd. Lead Designer: Kashino Naohiro Landscape Architect: LAr. Vivi Zuriati Planner: PAG Architect: ZDR Akitek | Kumpulan Senireka | Aqidea Architect Main Contractor: Road Builder (M) Sdn. Bhd. | Ahmad Zaki Sdn. Bhd. | Contrail Sdn. Bhd. Client / Owner: Perbadanan Putrajaya Photography Credit: Aroma Tropics Sdn. Bhd.

Gamuda Land Sdn. Bhd. Jade Hills

Honour Award

Category 2: Property Developer Awards in Landscape Planning & Developments

Property (Landed) Category

Project Title: Jade Hills Official Entrant: Gamuda Land Sdn. Bhd. Landscape Architect: LAr. Khariza bt. Abd Khalid Planner: AJC Sdn Bhd Architect: GSD Architect Main Contractor: Kota Kemuning Nursery & Landscaping Sdn. Bhd. Photography Credit: Kertas Puteh


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MLAA 2010

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Honour Award Category 3: Green City Awards

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Perbadanan Putrajaya Taman Warisan Pertanian Putrajaya Project Title: Taman Warisan Pertanian, Putrajaya Official Entrant: Perbadanan Putrajaya Lead Designer: R&P Arkitek Sdn Bhd Landscape Architect: LAr. Ramzaa Idris Planner: Spatial Consult Sdn Bhd Architect: : R&P Arkitek Sdb Bhd Main Contractor: Sin Seong Hin Sdn Bhd Client / Owner: Perbadanan Putrajaya Photography Credit: Perbadanan Putrajaya

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Perbadanan Putrajaya Taman Rimba Alam, Putrajaya Project Title: Taman Rimba Alam, Putrajaya Official Entrant: Perbadanan Putrajaya Lead Designer: Titi Jasa Sdn Bhd (Landscape Architect) | Tropbio Forest Sdn Bhd (Forestry) Landscape Architect: LAr. Ramzaa Idris Planner: Rekarancang Sdn Bhd Main Contractor: Kembang Serantau Sdn Bhd Client / Owner: Perbadanan Putrajaya Photography Credit: Perbadanan Putrajaya

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Technology

urban heat!

greenroof

making a difference to improve the urban heat island effect Bus Interchange, Italy

Like a tiny seed carried by a breeze, the idea of cultivating plants on rooftops has spread from Europe to North America and around the world. Although several cities in the United States have also undertaken green roof programs, Europe is in the vanguard of the green roof experiment, with many cities having put incentive systems in place. In Germany, for instance, more than 140 million square feet (13 million square metres) of rooftops have green roof systems thanks to incentives provided by more than 75 local governments. Green roofs have also sparked interest in Japan, where in Tokyo the municipal government in 2009 mandated that structures with a roof area greater than or equal to 10,765 square feet (1,000 square metres) must cultivate at least 20 percent of that area.

Left: Overall plan for G Tower. Above: Green turfing with Daku System on the Skybridge. Right: Newly established roof top green planting .

Rooftop Garden using DAKU system at G Tower, Kuala Lumpur

Combating Urban Heat Effects The impetus behind these incentives is the hope that green roofs will reduce the “urban heat island effect”- a phenomenon created primarily by urban surfaces such as pavement and conventional roofs which absorb solar energy and re-radiate it as heat. Growing natural cover on a building’s roof can help combat all these effects and more, scientists say. On hot days in Chicago for instance, temperatures atop the green-roofed City Hall are typically 14 to 44 degrees celsius cooler than the adjacent county office building, which has a black tar roof. A study by Environment Canada also suggests that if 6 percent of Toronto’s roof area was converted to green roofs, greenhouse gas emissions in the city would be reduced by 2.4 megatons a year. Trickle-Down Effects Green roof advocates point to other indirect benefits, such as reduced stress on sewer systems. The rainwater falling on a regular roof quickly flows off the roof and into a storm sewer, while much of the rain falling on a green roof is absorbed by its plants and soil to later evaporate or transpire back into the air. The green roof therefore reduces peak flows to about one-tenth of that from a conventional roof.


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Ideas & Technology

Technology

mfo park

greenroof

Oerlikon, Zurich

Hintchins International Projects Atrium Roof,HDB Hub, Singapore

Changi General Hospital, Singapore

Serviced Apartment, Mosque Street, Singapore

During the recent trip to Zurich for the 48th IFLA World Congress, the IFLA delegates were fortunate to visit one of the most interesting urban renewal areas of Oerlikon, which was once an industrial district of Zurich. Here, a clever approach has been used to create a park in a seemingly incongruous part of town. With the use of a vast metal structure, overhanging plants, climbing terraces with multi-level spaces for seating, walking and jogging, this development exemplifies that an urban park is a possibility, even in a small space, by shifting the focus from horizontal to vertical.

Penthouse (Residential),Manila, The Philippines

Perdana Lake Gardens, Kuala Lumpur

Biodiversity In urban areas, green roofs can provide important refuges for wildlife. Research in Switzerland and the UK has demonstrated that green roofs can also provide important breeding grounds for rare invertebrate populations. Water Green roofs can significantly reduce the surface run off volumes and rates of rainfall leaving roofs. As a source control mechanism in Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems, green roofs can help reduce flash floods as a consequence of intense rainfall events. This will become increasingly important as we face further climate change. Green roofs also improve the quality of water and although the amount of water is reduced, it is possible to harvest rainfall from roofs that have been “greened”. Sound Insulation The combination of soil, plants and trapped layers of air within green roof systems can act as a sound insulation barrier. Sound waves are absorbed, reflected or deflected. The growing medium tends to block lower sound frequencies whilst the plants block higher frequencies. Protection of Waterproofing The original green roofs in Germany stem from covering wet bitumen with 6cm of sand, which became vegetated. This covering was to protect the wet bitumen from fire. Green roofs have now been shown to double if not triple the life of waterproofing membranes beneath the green roof. Air Quality Airborne particles and pollutants are filtered from the atmosphere by the substrates and vegetation on a green roof. Amenity Space In dense urban environments, there is often a lack of green space for residents. Roof Gardens and roof top parks provide important green spaces which can improve the quality of life for urban residents. Urban Agriculture Urban Rooftop Agriculture – roofs, where strong enough, can provide a space for urban food growing. Although many large flat roofs may not have the loading capabilities to hold this type of activity, some roofs will and the many balconies in urban areas are also ideal for this purpose.

Project Background The Newcastle University of Medicine (NuMed) is located at Iskandar Malaysia, Johor. The project is situated within Educity, the education enclave of Nusajaya. It is the first branch of NuMed located outside of the United Kingdom, and is scheduled for completion in 2011. Hitchins (M) Sdn Bhd has been commissioned to install DAKU Green Roof on the rooftop of the Student Recreational Block.

Step by Step Installation of Daku Green Roof System

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Newcastle University at Iskandar, Johor, Malaysia.

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Installation of the waterproofing membrane.

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Installation of Daku FSD 20 drainage storage element.

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Laying DAKU Stabilfilter.

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Laying DAKU Substrate.

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Planting of turf.

MFO Park provides a breath of fresh air to the post industrial Oerlikon.


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Ideas & Technology

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What makes an urban park? Most would say it is a green oasis in the hardscape of a city, with grass, trees, and flowers acting as the antithesis of the built environment. At MFO Park it is completely reversed. In this case, the hard surfaces outnumber soft ones, making these spaces more plaza than park. MFO Park sets a unique precedent for an urban park, incorporating something unmistakably urban: verticality. In this truly multi-disciplinary design, Burckhardt + Partner AG and Raderschall Landschaftsarchitekten AG created a vine-covered, multi-level structure - what Liat Margolis and Alexander Robinson call “a series of spectacular immersive living volumes.” Located in the Neu-Oerlikon District of Zurich, the park’s structurally expressive solution picks up on the area’s industrial past, while acting as an armature of plants reaching for the sky. Two parallel, multi-level structures define the long sides of the rectangular open space. One end of the short side is closed by a structure connecting the long sides, with the last side open to the street, inviting people into the open yet covered space. Visitors, accessing the structure via stairs, reach a sundeck, loggias, and cantilevered lookouts which give an overhead glimpse of the space below. At the lowest level are benches, pools, and the start of the vines, which follow cables as they taper outwards in a conical shape towards the roof. Depending on the time of year one visits, the vegetal “walls” may be sparse, or luxuriant, or even colorful. The technical aspects of MFO Park are perhaps more integral to its success than a typical park with groundcover, trees, and other plantings. To aid with the vertical coverage of the structure, water is collected for irrigation, a raised trench allows for a second level of vines, and the integration of structure and vines is treated in a manner so that the latter will not harm the integrity of the former.

Multi-level green spaces provide different activity zones.

While the project may not dramatically alter the purpose of an urban park, its design elevates what a park can aspire to be, particularly in an urban context: vertical yet spacious, architectural yet green, calculated yet inviting.

MFO Park has became the focal point and urban green plaza for Oerlikon, Zurich. Technology allows space for green innovation as demonstrated in the MFO Park creative design approach.


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ILAM Updates

Above : The delegates socialising and visiting exhibition booths at the foyer of the Symposium venue. Above (from left): Gift presentation by Y. Bhg. Dato’ LAr. Ismail bin Ngah, on behalf of the Guest-of-Honour to IFLA Vice President, Mr. Alan Titchener. Below (from left): The opening ceremony of the symposium | Welcome speech by ILAM President LAr. Mohd Fadrillah Mohd Taib | Country Report by IFLA Vice President, Mr. Alan Titchener | Keynote Speech by YA Bhg. Tun Jeanne Abdullah, Chairman of Landskap Malaysia.

Above (from left): Prof. LAr. Dr. Mustafa Kamal Mohd Shariff chairing the paper presentation session | An informal moment in the hall with ILAM Honorary lifetime President, Dato’ LAr. Dr. Mohamed Ishak Mohamed Ariff | IFLA Education Committee Chairman, James Taylor and Datuk LAr. Shahoran Johan Ariffin

1st IFLA Asia Pacific Region

Symposium On Landscape Architecture Education

Putrajaya & Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

A workshop session

Group photo session to conclude the symposium.

30th March - 2nd April 2011

IFLA Asia Pacific Regional-Symposium on Landscape Architecture Education, SOLARE 2011

Date: 30 March – 2 April 2011 Venue: Perbadanan Putrajaya Theme: Asia-Pacific’s Landscape Architectural Education in the 21st Century: Bridging Culture and Regional Green Issues. The IFLA Asia-Pacific Regional Symposium on Landscape Architecture Education was held at Putrajaya, Malaysia from 30th March till 2nd April, 2011. This inaugural event was jointly organized by the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM), the International Federation of Landscape Architects, Asia Pacific Region (IFLA-APR), the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Perbadanan Putrajaya and Landskap Malaysia. It was also supported by the partners, namely Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). The 4-day symposium also included the presentation of country reports, keynote paper presentations, oral paper presentations from educators and practitioners as well parallel workshop sessions. The symposium hosted 100 participants of which 85 were local delegates and 15 were international delegates. There were 8 country reports presented from the member association, as listed below: • Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects (HKILA) • Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture (CHSLA) • Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM) • Indonesia Society of Landscape Architects (IALI) • Indian Society of Landscape Architects (ISOLA) • Japanese National Committee for IFLA (JAPAN – IFLA) • New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Inc. (NZILA) • Thai Association of Landscape Architects (TALA) In addition, 2 keynote speeches, 20 papers presented in parallel sessions and 4 workshops helped to keep discussion and debate alive on a number of topics and fronts. The end product was the resolution which will serve as the guideline for Landscape Architecture education development in the Asia Pacific region.

World Landscape Architecture Month, Tree Planting Ceremony Date: 2 April 2011 Venue: Putra Perdana Park, Putrajaya

The Tree Planting event was part of the World Landscape Architecture Month event and also marked the conclusion of SOLARE 2011. Organised by ILAM, Landskap Malaysia and Perbadanan Putrajaya, the tree planting event saw participants from each country who attended SOLARE 2011 and included the appearance of Perbadanan Putrajaya Chairman, Tan Sri Samsudin Bin Osman; ILAM Lifetime Honorary President, Datuk LAr. Dr. Mohamed Ishak bin Mohamed Arif; ILAM President, LAr. Mohd Fadrillah Mohd Taib; CEO of Landskap Malaysia and former ILAM President, Dato’ LAr. Ismail bin Ngah and IFLA Vice President, Alan Titchener.


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Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards 2010

ILAM Updates

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Date: 2 April 2011 Venue: Grand Ballroom, The Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Evergreen singer, Aishah entertaining with her hit songs.

Welcome speech by ILAM President LAr. Mohd Fadrillah Mohd Taib

The arrival of Guest of Honour, the Minister of Housing & Local Government, Malaysia, YB. Dato’ Wira Chor Chee Heung.

ILAM Annual Dinner 2011

Date: 2 April 2011 Venue: Grand Ballroom, The Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur This annual event, graced by the delegates from SOLARE 2011, was witness to an enjoyable night, with over 550 guests dressed in their best attire of red, orange and yellow. The guest-of-honour for the evening was the Minister of Housing & Local Government, Malaysia, YB. Dato’ Wira Chor Chee Heung. The ceremony for the Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards, MLAA2010, for which the details of the winners can be found in this issue of Bulletin Landskap, was a major component of this special occasion.

AF3 singer, Ekin, entertaining the guests.

Above (from left): Presentation of ILAM Fellowship to Dato’ LAr. Dr. Mohamed Ishak Mohamed Ariff, Datuk LAr. Shahoran Johan Ariffin and Dato’ LAr. Ismail bin Ngah | Presentation of Landscape Architecture Yearbook 2010 by the sponsor, EMKAY Group to ILAM | Presentation of ILAM Academic Awards MLAA 2010 Judges

Speech by the Guest-of-Honour, YB. Dato’ Wira Chor Chee Heung, Minister of Housing & Local Government, Malaysia.

Presentation of MLAA 2010 Awards


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27 Landskap ILAM Annual General Meeting 2011 Date: 18 June 2011 Venue: Hotel Grand Seasons, Kuala Lumpur

The ILAM Annual General Meeting for 2011 was held at the Grand Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur and attended by 83 ILAM members including 71 ILAM Corporate Members. This year, the AGM began with a short seminar on “Sustainable Hardscape Components for Greenwall Today” by Cablerod Sdn. Bhd. The Annual AGM also allowed members to mingle as this is one of ILAM’s important yearly social events.

Workshop for the Preparation of a Concept Paper for the Landscape Architect Act Date: 7-8 May 2011 Venue: Puteri Resort, Ayer Keroh, Melaka

A group of 26 professional landscape architects consisting of ILAM council members, practitioners, government representatives from Ministry of Housing and Local Government Malaysia and National Landscape Department and educators were among those who attended the two day workshop on the formulation of a concept paper for the Landscape Architect Act. The workshop was divided into 3 discussion groups with the outcome to be presented and fine tuned. This will be used for the next step as part of the roadmap to table the Landscape Architect Act, which is scheduled for 2013.

LA EDUCATION: STEdex’10, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Date: 19 April 2011 Venue: Galeri Serdang, Faculty of Design & Architecture, UPM

Sustainable Tropical Environmental Design Exhibition (STEdex‘10) was launched by the Faculty of Design & Architecture, UPM, which aims to promulgate ideas for creative and innovative sustainable solutions in designing and planning for tropical environments.

ILAM Courtesy call to Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu

ILAM Courtesy call to Sabah State Town and Country Planning Department

ILAM Courtesy Call to Sabah State

Date: 13 May 2011 Venue: Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu & Sabah State Town and Country Planning Department

The exhibition gallery was a platform to share new and improved knowledge and ideas among multi-disciplinary professionals towards a common goal in sustainability. This is in line with the faculty’s niche area of Sustainable Tropical Environmental Design and to ensure the approach will be continuously instilled through the teaching, learning and research in the faculty. This year STEdex‘10 showcased, for the first time, design ideas from the architecture, landscape architecture, and industrial design departments, as well as a special chapter on winners of design competitions. ILAM was privileged to be invited to grace another achievement in landscape architecture education. Text contributed by: Assoc. Prof. LAr. Dr. Osman Mohd Tahir, Faculty of Design & Architecture, UPM.

A courtesy call was conducted recently by an ILAM delegation to Sabah. The group met with the Director General of DBKK, Datuk Yeo Boon Hai, with the intention of introducing ILAM to the Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu (DBKK) specifically, and to the people of Sabah in general. In addition, this call was also intended to create awareness about the role of Landscape Architects and the importance of landscape planning at the state level. During the press conference, the ILAM President took the opportunity to further define the roles of Landscape Architects and hoped that this group of professionals would be viewed as an integral part of new developments in the state. The President also went on to clarify the misunderstood definition of ‘landscape’ and ‘landscaping’, the importance of the role of Landscape Architects in creating a conducive living environment, and he gladly offered help and assistance to DBKK in terms of advice on Landscape Guidelines, if required in the future. Following the visit to DBKK, another courtesy call was arranged for ILAM delegates. They were to visit Encik Mursidi Hj. Sapie, the Director of the Sabah State Town and Country Planning Department. This visit was undertaken to further explain the role of Landscape Architects. The visit from ILAM has gained a fruitful return as the state of Sabah is now committed to make the role of Landscape Architects more prominent at every development level. More details can be obtained online via http://www.theborneopost. com/?p=130324 Text contributed by: LAr. Rozie Khan Datuk Halik, Jabatan Landskap, Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu (DBKK)

Launching of STEdex’10 by the Vice Chancellor of UPM

Presentation by exhibitor

Exhibition held at Galeri Serdang, FRSB, UPM


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ILAM Updates

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FLORIA 2011 – Putrajaya

Date: 9-17 July 2011 Venue: Lakefront Promenade, Precinct 2, Putrajaya FLORIA returned again this year and it was even more spectacular and colourful, with the display of the theme, “Roses Are Forever”. FLORIA 2011 showcased the biggest collection of roses in full bloom in both outdoor and indoor garden displays. The 9 day event attracted more than 500,000 visitors to appreciate the beauty and colour of some 400,000 flowering plants. More than 200 daily activities were lined up for the festival, besides entertainment and arts performances for the crowd. The festival, held for the fourth time, is aimed at promoting Putrajaya as a “city in a garden” and to make FLORIA a hallmark event for the federal government’s administrative centre. ILAM was proud to be part of FLORIA 2011 as judges for the garden and floral competitions.

“River of Life” International Master Planning Competition The River of Life is an Entry Point Project (EPP) identified in the Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley National Key Economic Area under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP). River of Life aims to transform the Klang River into a vibrant and livable waterfront with high economic value. This transformation is divided into three components: River Cleaning, River Master Planning and Beautification and River Development. This is one of the efforts aimed to position Kuala Lumpur as one of the Top-20 most livable cities by the year 2020.

The show gardens with the theme “Roses are Forever” The growers garden

ILAM, represented by LAr. Dr. Nor Atiah Ismail, is proud to be part of this aspiration and is involved through the provision of feedback, on a professional level, and as a member of the panel of judges for the international master planning competition for the designs for the River of Life. With this competition, Kuala Lumpur City Hall seeks a winning design which demonstrates excellence in planning, and in architectural, functional and economic terms. Competitors are required to submit a master plan which covers a stretch of 10.7km along the Klang and Gombak river corridor. It must include adjacent areas along the length of the river, and detailed proposals for Precinct 1 (Titiwangsa) and Precinct 7 (Masjid Jamek). More information about the project can be found on www.riveroflife.gov.my.

The Floral Pavilion showcasing floral art

As a result of the judging, Kuala Lumpur City Hall has recently announced AECOM as the winner of the competition. Text source: River of Life website

The Garden Bazaar


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IFLA Updates

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Zurich at night

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48th IFLA World Congress Zurich, Switzerland Date: 27-29 June 2011 Venue: Kongresshaus, Z端rich

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Social activities included a cruise on Lake Zurich hosted by the organisers. Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)

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The IFLA Asia Pacific Regional Council Meeting

The 48th IFLA World Congress in Zurich, Switzerland was an event not to be forgotten as it was one of the biggest IFLA World Congresses on record, with over 1350 participants from 74 countries. Despite the many side activities running concurrently, such as parallel sessions, technical visits, round table discussions and social activities over three days, the organisers, BSLA and Gr端n Stadt Z端rich, ensured that each of the delegates were looked after and all details were well managed. Congratulations to the City of Zurich and BSLA. The event kicked off with the IFLA World & Regional Council meeting in Rapperswil, Zurich. The 2-day meeting was attended by 40 Delegates, with ILAM being represented by LAr. Charles Teo. During the meeting, ILAM tabled our interest to organise the IFLA Asia Pacific Congress in Malaysia. This motion was supported and approved by the IFLA Asia Pacific council members and will definitely be something for us to look forward to in 2014.

A Work of Art Lives Forever

The IFLA World Council Meeting at Rapperswil, Zurich

The 48th IFLA World Congress at the Kongresshaus, Z端rich

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Bulletin Landskap No 9  

Landskap News published by the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)

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