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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN V edition / 02nd - 07th March 2015 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano

Nina Nudiani

Head of Architecture Department - Binus University participation in:

Ir. John Fredy Bobby Saragih

Prof. Architectural Design - Binus University

Ir. Sigit Wijaksono

Prof. Architectural Development - Binus University

Michael Isnaeni Djimantoro

Prof. Architectural Theory - Binus University

Yanita Mila Ardiani

Prof. Architectural Communication - Binus University

Ir. Indra Tjahjani

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Binus University

tutors: arch. Luca Scalingi organization: arch. Marco Grassi sites: Binus University, Jakarta

School of Civil Architecture - Politecnico di Milano Faculty of Engineering - BINUS University


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN V edition / 02nd - 07th March 2015 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano

Nina Nudiani

Head of Architecture Department - Binus University participation in:

Ir. John Fredy Bobby Saragih

Prof. Architectural Design - Binus University

Ir. Sigit Wijaksono

Prof. Architectural Development - Binus University

Michael Isnaeni Djimantoro

Prof. Architectural Theory - Binus University

Yanita Mila Ardiani

Prof. Architectural Communication - Binus University

Ir. Indra Tjahjani

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Binus University

tutors: arch. Luca Scalingi organization: arch. Marco Grassi sites: Binus University, Jakarta

organization POLITECNICO DI MILANO SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE

School of Civil Architecture - Politecnico di Milano Faculty of Engineering - BINUS University


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

Sunda Kelapa

Kali Besar

Ancient Port. Location linked to the founding of the city. The development and growth of the city have gradually necessitated expansions and relocations of port operations related to the trade and service sectors. As part of Jakarta’s complex coastline system it serves various functions: residential, port, open areas, almost like a linear city. Today the east dock is used as a port for fishing vessels and mooring for old wooden boats, so much that it has become a tourist attraction. On the west side, site of the original fishing village, exists one of the most socially difficult areas; environmental degradation and overpopulation have given rise to one of the most characteristic slums of Jakarta.

Jakarta’s main canal, site of the city’s first foundations and the Dutch fortress. As part of the of the canal system and water level management of the river, it represents the fulcrum of civil, cultural and economic development of the eighteenth-century city. At the dawn of the 20th century, it was a place for storage and processing of goods, which placed the city at the center of the commercial exchanges in the area. Independence from the Dutch, a shift of interest in urban development to other areas caused by a change in planning choices, lowered the importance of the area. It is now the basis for a new interest in heritage reclaiming and has become a topic of debate and trials for urban regeneration.

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JAKARTA Hydric Supply System Map

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JAKARTA Coast-Line Map

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CNICO DI MILANO

I ARCHITETTURA CIVILE aurea in Architettura

POLITECNICO DI MILANO

5th edition - JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015

BORDEAUX INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 5th edition -AND JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015 DESIGN URBAN ARCHITECTURAL

URBAN 11 REGENERATION - Student research

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF x, France CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline ment of Bordeaux’s SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE Corso di Laurea in Architettura

Genova, Italy kECNICO (2000) DI MILANO

DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE Laurea in Architettura

Ae vision forright Genoa (2004) Bordeaux’s bank Harbour ap-

bunch of neglected areas, difts opposite he port ofside. Genoa is a major Italian seaWORK m of this area is the presence ort on the Mediterranean and is Italy’s d industrial areas, parking lots usiest port by cargo tonnage. he main purpose of landscape this projally recovered project will increase and reorganise ohis ”siting a stadium, trian network ismuseum, composed he port’s facilities on a grand scale. nt complex or other architecoop, a series of perpendicument as hopeful magnet in isecting thebut wetland infrastructure”, instead “toand a f footpaths leadingtothrough oader time of transition reHE PROJECT AIMS ban”. Involving a set of actions s; encourages access within public a and private areas delting ensures pleasant and acndscape, defining small buildEINSTATE blic park at the human scale without setting down Genoa strict balance between the city and

Genoa the industrial port.

ge on the left shows the existNLARGE ost-industrial, post-port condiDELHI, India eaux’s right bank.tracts he port with of coast griculture hted areas in the image on the The city RE-Generates bamboo se interestedand by theChinese project of RedETURN (2010-2020) srchitecture. act as screens along the

he coast to the city eak up the spaces and the surrounded by trees are BUILDFirst of all, the team studied the hibit modern art and induscity and its habits, for example the New airport und onsite. events linked to the cycle of the Green belt New buildings Piloti sun and (Torrre seansons or70m) to the cycle uture of European high-velocity rail systhe moon, the celebration of em freedom and of the past glories. l spirit From panels these studies med steel hail thethey underECLAIM stood that city needs clear er industrial spirit.theSituated he current airport surface area for port use water, large t the wetland valley,pedestrain the fold- accesses reinstated flabed nels are used to with frame viewschannel and an improvment of natural habitat ai’s skyline and highlight the ast. The reconformaterials birds andare animals. create artful forms, new paval for the boardwalk, and atforms and containers are nto the pedestrian network arger expanses where small gather.

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN POLITECNICO DI MILANO 5th edition - JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015 SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE Corso di Laurea in Architettura

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GENOVA

URBAN REGENERATION - Student research

Student research Workshop URBAN REGENERATION - Port Cities

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SHANGHAI 5th edition - JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015

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URBAN REGENERATION - Student resear

Brooklin Bridge Park site (2009)

MASTERPLAN AND FROM 2000 TO 2013

REVISION

The Masterplan approved by the Senate of Hamburg on February 29, 2000, later opened to the public debate through a series of exhibitions and other events. Thanks to the project Hafen City, the area of Hamburg city center will be enlarged by 40%, giving a boost to the municipality with its 1.7 million inhabitants, as well as the surrounding metProject in 2004 ropolitan region, with a population of SHANGHAI, Chinaabout 5 million.BORDEAUX, France The identity of Redevelopment Hamburg as a maritime Houtan Park of city is further strengthened. Each neigh(2007-2010) Bordeaux’s Right bank borhood has its characterization:

(2000)

the place to live andright bank Built on a brownfield of1.aBaakenhafen former Inis2000 the Bordeaux’s for leisure; industrial site, Houtan Park is a appeared as a bunch of neglected 2. Oberhafen for uses creative and cultural; regenerative living landscape on isareas, different from its opposite 3. Elbbrücken the metropolitan place Shanghai’s Huangpu for riverfront. side. The problem of this area is business and housing. The park’s constructed wetland, the presence of neglected indus1911 1941 ecological flood control,reclaimed parking lots The reworkingtrial of areas, the Masterplan hasand roads. industrial structures and Theinmain purpose this project led materito an increase density, on theof one hand, surface area, on the als, and urban agriculture areand in- a larger wasn’t to ”siting a stadium, muother, through seum, the relocation of compategral components of an overall entertainment complex or nies previously based on port sites with a restorative design strategy to treat other architectural monument as total area of 2,320,000 square meters. polluted river water and recover hopeful magnet in disused port The reworking of the Masterplan also the degraded waterfront in an aesinfrastructure”, but instead “to asmeans that the number of homes that thetically pleasing way. can be built is sume a broader time of transition much higher, with more to replantschools, the urban”. Involving a primary and secondary as well set of actions based on melting 1980 1997 as facilities for children.The number of poand increase: private areas tential jobs also public will greatly from with the landscape, defining small build40,000 to over 45,000. able islands, without setting down strict contours.

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Site is comprised of 85 acres of formerly industrial waterfront parcels. The construction of several systems of piles, plat forms, of earth filling, and pavement over the course of 200 years destroyed the natural shoreline. In addition, large urban infrastructure, such as the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, built during the last century severed connections between the waterfront and the evHafen City 1900 eryday life of the city. In a process that will partially reverse the effects of the industrialisation of the river’s edge, Brooklyn Bridge Park will reintroduce ecological systems on the site and reconnect the river Italy HAMBURG, Germany to the city.

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Hafen City 1997

In 1992, the Municipality of Genoa organizes works with the primary objective of restoring the link between the port and the historic city, which had 1965loose ties with the construction of the speedway. The connection between the old town and the area of the old port is Piazza CaricamentoHafen and the Cityproject 2007 includes the renovation and restoration of historic buildings and the construction of new facilities such as the Aquarium, the Bigo and the Biosphere.

Hafen City 2013

Hafencity Project (2000-2013)

The measures envisaged are directed to weave continuity between Hamburg and Hafen City and between this and the southern suburbs; according to the model “a city of neighborhoods,” as its theme the network of public space, as ingredients identity and meaning, making use of the “material” of the historic center. HafenCity is an extension of the center to the river Elbe, and a bridge to the south. A competition was held for the upgrading of the area, won by Hamburgplan, a Dutch-German team led by Kees Christiaanse in cooperation with the firm ASTOC.

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NEW YORK, USA Brooklin Bridge Park site (2009)

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Site is comprised of 85 acres of formerly industrial waterfront parcels. The construction of several systems of piles, plat forms, of earth filling, and pavement over the course of 200 years Hafen destroyed the natural City Masterplan 2012shoreline. In addition, large urban infrastructure, such as the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, built during the last century severed connections between the waterfront and the everyday life of the city. In a process that will partially reverse the effects of the industrialisation of the river’s edge, Brooklyn Bridge Park will reintroduce ecological systems on the site and reconnect the river to the city.

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oronto’s Blue Hedge (2001-2026)

or much of the 19° and 20° centuries Tonto was a thriving port, brimming with arehouses, factories, and wharfs. In the 970s, however, deindustrialization left e shores of Lake Ontario littered with ownfields, economically and environentally spent.

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

our decades later, governement stakeolders are reclaiming and revitalizing is once-forgotten district. Led by Warfront Toronto, established in 2001 by AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN e federal, provincial, 5th edition - JAKARTAand 02nd city - 07thgovernMarch 2015 ents of Canada, Ontario, and Toronto, e effort is a 25-year, $34 billion megaoject that will transform 2000 acres blighted waterfront into sustainable ixed-use communities.

Student research Workshop URBAN REGENERATION - Port Cities

URBAN REGENERATION - Student research AMSTERDAM

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AMSTERDAM, Nederlands Borneo Sporenburg

TORONTO, Canada Toronto’s Blue Hedge

HUBEI, China Wulijie Eco City

BALTIMORE, Usa Inner Harbour

HONG KONG, China Victoria Harbour

JAKARTA, Indonesia The Great Garuda

Two peninsulas in the eastern part of the Amsterdam docks, were to be exploited for water-related activities, as well as 2500 low-rise dwelling units, with a density of 100 units per hectare. For a new interpretation of the traditional Dutch canal house, West 8 suggested new types of three-storey, groundaccessed houses deviating from the usual terraced house in being strongly oriented to the private realm by incorporating patios and roof gardens. Three immense sculptural blocks take their place as landmarks in the vast expanse of houses.

For much of the 19° and 20° centuries Torontob was a thriving port, brimming with warehouses, factories, and wharfs. In the 1970s, however, deindustrialization left the shores of Lake Ontario littered with brownfields, economically and environmentally spent. Four decades later, governement stakeholders are reclaiming and revitalizing this once-forgotten district. Led by Waterfront Toronto, established in 2001 by the federal, provincial, and city governments of Canada, Ontario, and Toronto, the effort is a 25-year, $34 billion megaproject that will transform 2000 acres of blighted waterfront into sustainable mixed-use communities.

Wulijie is planned to be one of many new towns in China to accommodate rapid urbanization. The main urban design concept for the town is to use landscape as ecological infrastructure to integrate various natural and cultural processes to frame the city, and to provide diverse ecosystem services for the residents. Integration and connectivity of natural, biological, and cultural processes are central to the project.

State and city leaders had the vision and the resourcefulness to transform Baltimore’s Inner Harbor from a declining industrial port into a world renowned destination for tourists and city residents. At the same time, significant signs of wear are evident throughout the Inner Harbor, from infrastructure conditions like the degrading promenade. To provide a new dynamic vision for the Inner Harbor, a new master plan looks to build upon the successes of the original 1970’s plan, while providing bold new ideas. The overall intent is to provide a visionary and realistic plan which can be implemented as funds are available.

The main purpose of the public participation programme of the Kai Tak Planning Review (the Study) is to involve the community in planning the future of Kai Tak and in building consensus on the development proposals. The general public has responded enthusiastically to these public participationprogrammes and there is general support to leisure-oriented lower density developments in Kai Tak.

In a Government initiative the Dutch expertise and experience on the integration of water management and urban development is shared with Indonesian partners. A joint project was created to conceive a Masterplan for the National Capital Integrated Coastal Development (NCICD), that will facilitate and encourage flood proof and sustainable development of Jakarta. The NCICD Masterplan proposes a Giant Sea Wall that will protect Jakarta against floods from the sea. Inside the Giant Sea Wall large lagoons will be created to buffer outflow from Jakarta’s rivers. To ensure the quality of this lagoon, waste disposal, water treatment and sanitation measures will be implemented throughout the existing city.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

PROJECTS

Team 1

Team 4

THE STRIKE OF NATURE

THE DIRECTIONS OF JAKARTA’S NEW GROWTH

Alessandro Oppizzi Gadis Nathania Gabriela Irfa Vioneta Permata Dewi Stefano Ranza

Andrea Perego Andrijan Pangestu Daniele Cortesi Markus Yohannes

Team 2

Team 5

SOCIAL RIVER SPACE

THE HORIZONTAL CITY IN JAKARTA

Giulia Grampa Heran Yang Suriani Tanwienal Olivia Wood

Letizia Mariotto Melvin Clarizka Hendri Martina Piatti Veny Kuslianti Firsia

Team 3

Team 6

THE NEW HISTORICAL RIVER

OLD ACTIVITIES FOR NEW ATTRACTIONS

Caterina Mastrandrea Claudia Azzalini Gita Kristenia Shasmita Jokom Pricilla Vibrani

Chiara Rebora Nadia Ingrida Tjuatja Valentina Turella Monique Vashti

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline The main idea of our urban regeneration is to link the city center with the neglected water canal, which is the leading theme of the project. After focusing on the main problems of the area, like water pollution and lack of street lights, we set ourselves to retrain the canal to make it another point of attraction by the installation of organic-shaped platforms on both sides. This is our main purpose: making people in touch with the canal, letting them use it for many recreational activities, such as biking, jogging, meeting or merely enjoying the view. However,

TEAM 1 A.Oppizzi, N.G.Gadis, V.P.D.Irfa, S.Ranza

regarding the connection between the canal and the city center, we thought about jointing these parts together by different axes, straight to two squares: the former, Fatahillah Square, pre-existent and improved with green areas, and the latter, a new one built in order to create open spaces in such a massive conurbation. “The strike of nature� arises itself like a light, simple project, without being unsuitable or improper in the circumstances, but just improving the propitious features of such a historic and valuable district of Jakarta.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

TEAM 1 A.Oppizzi, N.G.Gadis, V.P.D.Irfa, S.Ranza

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline The main idea of our urban regeneration is to link the city center with the neglected water canal, which is the leading theme of the project. After focusing on the main problems of the area, like water pollution and lack of street lights, we set ourselves to retrain the canal to make it another point of attraction by the installation of organic-shaped platforms on both sides. This is our main purpose: making people in touch with the canal, letting them use it for many recreational activities, such as biking, jogging, meeting or merely enjoying the view. However,

TEAM 2 G.Grampa, H.Yang, S.Tanwienal, O.Wood

regarding the connection between the canal and the city center, we thought about jointing these parts together by different axes, straight to two squares: the former, Fatahillah Square, pre-existent and improved with green areas, and the latter, a new one built in order to create open spaces in such a massive conurbation. “The strike of nature� arises itself like a light, simple project, without being unsuitable or improper in the circumstances, but just improving the propitious features of such a historic and valuable district of Jakarta.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

TEAM 2 G.Grampa, H.Yang, S.Tanwienal, O.Wood

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline The project, carried out during the International Workshop of Urban and Architectural Design, develops the theme of urban regeneration. The project site, a historic site in the city of Jakarta, the channel Kali Besar, is located in the historic area of the city. The design objective is to solve some problems of the site under study, first of all, the need to restore the existing buildings, through a new function and reset urban channel, subject to a chaotic traffic. To solve these issues, the project focused on the development of an area of reconnection of the sections of the channel, isected by a road bridge, bounded

TEAM 3 C.Mastrandrea, C.Azzalini, G.K.Shasmita Jokom, P.Vibrani

at both ends by two bridges, one of which dates back to the period of Dutch colonization. The new space, a sort of pedestrian plaza connects, through escalators, walks along the canal, allowing pedestrians to safely cross the road bridge. It is intended to create a differentiation between the pedestrian flow and the car, closing one side of the channel to traffic. This place gives life to a new center of attraction for the area, since it is directly accessible by four different buildings with new functions, which identify the new square on all four sides.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

TEAM 3 C.Mastrandrea, C.Azzalini, G.K.Shasmita Jokom, P.Vibrani

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline The project, carried out during the International Workshop of Urban and Architectural Design, develops the theme of urban regeneration. The project site, a historic site in the city of Jakarta, the channel Kali Besar, is located in the historic area of the city. The design objective is to solve some problems of the site under study, first of all, the need to restore the existing buildings, through a new function and reset urban channel, subject to a chaotic traffic. To solve these issues, the project focused on the development of an area of reconnection of the sections of the channel, isected by a road bridge, bounded

TEAM 4 A.Perego, A.Pangestu, D.Cortesi, M.Yohannes

at both ends by two bridges, one of which dates back to the period of Dutch colonization. The new space, a sort of pedestrian plaza connects, through escalators, walks along the canal, allowing pedestrians to safely cross the road bridge. It is intended to create a differentiation between the pedestrian flow and the car, closing one side of the channel to traffic. This place gives life to a new center of attraction for the area, since it is directly accessible by four different buildings with new functions, which identify the new square on all four sides.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

TEAM 4 A.Perego, A.Pangestu, D.Cortesi, M.Yohannes

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline The master plan we have composed tries to solve several problems we have found in Sunda Kalapa after the analysis and the visit of the place. The master plan is divided in three vertical strips. The first strip, the left one, the most private, is the area we have thought slum’s inhabitants can move to live in better life conditions. What we suggest aren’t traditional houses but container houses: they are cheaper than a traditional house, they can be moved easily, they’re modular and can be added or removed in case of increase/ decrease of population, they also guarantee a life style not completely different from the current, but with better conditions. The general structure of this area is based on square modules that include green public spaces and containers with shops at the ground floor and residences in the others. The second strip, the central one, is a filter between public and private zones. Schools, facilities, structure for education can be found in this area. The hill is the focal point of central area: it divides private from public space and can be use in case of flood emergency, in fact people can escape from their houses and stay for few days inside the hill, in which

TEAM 5 L.Mariotto, M.C.Hendri, M.Piatti, V.K.Firsia

they can find first aid facilities. Three bridges permit to cross the canal, two of them are drawbridge in order to let the ships to pass.The third strip, the public one, is made by the axis and a second zone on the right. The axis is the most important part of the project, it gives order to the entire master plan by the creation of a rational grid. The new landmark at the extreme north of the axis create a direct link with the National Monument (Mona) in downtown Jakarta. A overhead path protects pedestrian from the transit of trucks and commercial vehicles that connects the port with warehouses and the rest of the city. The waterfront on the right is renewed with the construction of some buildings (offices, hotels, touristic facilities) and a pedestrian path.The right part of the third strip is the most opened to city population, in this place we can find accommodation for tourists, cultural structures like libraries and theatre, place for free time and plazas where local festival can take place.The last part is a new floating fish market, where fishermen can arrive with their ships and sell fish in direct contact with the sea in decent hygienic condition.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

TEAM 5 L.Mariotto, M.C.Hendri, M.Piatti, V.K.Firsia

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline The project area is Sunda Kelapa, the old port of Jakarta nowadays used for little port activities. Our intention is to keep in touch two different realities: port activities and tourism so we think that the first one could be an interesting opportunity for the site. The new ideas for this area are the replacement of the slums as social housing in the space situated on the left shore of the canal and the positioning of an elevated market where the fishermen can sell their handcrafts and fried-fish on the right shore. At the end of the port the new presence of a Landmark reminds a typical Indonesian boat and at the same time this could represent a specific time in place. The two areas keep in touch together thank to two drawbridges: when they are opened the

TEAM 6 C.Rebora, N.I.Tjuatja, V.Turella, M.Vashti

boats can arrive at the shore and when they are closed people can walk on them. The left shore has three different functions: social housing on platform with water reservoir; a filter area characterized with little pavilions and a big plaza as a reversible space that can be used for festivals. The right shore is completed used for port activities; the most important building is the Market, elevated from the ground floor. It is used on two levels: the ground floor as temporary stock for goods that arrive from the boats and then moved to the warehouses ; the first level is the market where the tourists during their walking on the waterfront can buy handcrafts and foods directly cooked by fishermen’s wives.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline

TEAM 6 C.Rebora, N.I.Tjuatja, V.Turella, M.Vashti

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient harbor and coastline Project area visit

Jakarta by night

Workshop’s coordinators

Frre day at the sea

WORKSHOP’S MOMENT Project presentation

Delivery of certificate of attendance - Polimi Students

Delivery of certificate of attendance - Binus Students

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