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MEMORIAL PARK OF NUSAJAYA Pavillions A

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GERBANG NUSAJAYA FUTURE DEVELOPMENT AFTER 25 YEARS CURRENT DEVELOPMENT

PROPERTY SPREAD ACROSS THE LANDSCAPE FLAGSHIP = ZONE/DISTRICT

SENAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

ISKANDAR MALAYSIA JOHOR BAHRU

SECOND LINK EXPRESSWAY

GERBANG NUSAJAYA

ISKANDAR PUTERI PORT OF TANJUNG LANGSAT PORT OF PASIR GUDANG SULTAN ABU BAKAR COMPLEX

PORT OF TANJUNG PELEPAS CHANGI AIRPORT

TUAS CHECKPOINT

CENTRAL OF BUSINESS DISTRICT

PORT OF SINGAPORE

mosque + grave

Distributed across landscape Area= Graveplot

Self-smillar pattern spread across each area and growth

passion pavillion flower place

spider lily pavillion place to grieve

Ganges Temple hindu columbarium

mosque + grave

Lotus Hall Chinese/ Buddhist Columbarium

Roots connects and forms networks in between each area as road system

Playground and Auditorium

Broardwalk

Integrated Cemetery

Integrated Cemetery

Memorial Park Gateway

613372 mm 612372.00

316227 mm 316227

273861 mm 273861.00

100000 sqm 613372

3 x intergrated

75000 sqm

1 non- integrated

program area

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Integrated cemetery and park = more than 200k ppl, Area:more than 100k sqm Non-integrated = less than 10k ppl, Area: less than 30k sqm

township populations=200k ppl = 1 intergrated cemetery size for intergrated cemetery = 375000 sqm= 300k ppl If 375k sqm distributed in 784 plot 1 plot could accomodate 383 ppl

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Memorial Park of Nusajaya Voon Jane Teo Supervisor: Dr Jan Van Schaik

01 Bridge 02 Spider Lily pavillion 03 Pod 04 Skatepark 05 Ceremony Room 06 Meditation Pod 07 Urn 08 Indoor car space 09 Cold Room 10 Cremation Room 11 Hall of Receiving coffin 12 Garage 13 Serivce and Accumulator 14 Maintenance Room 15 Front courtyard 16 Waiting Hall 17 Atrium and lily Pond 18 Reception+ wc 19 Staff Office + wc 20 Courtyard 21Passion Hall (Hall to Hang Flowers) 22 Ganges Hall ( hall to spread ashes) 23 Tearoom and Cafe 24 Buddhist Prayer 25 YingYang Courtyard 26 Muslim Prayer 27 Muslim Grave 28 Christian and Catholic Graves 29 Chinese Graves

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Memorial Park of Nusajaya investigates and challenges how the cemetery can be transformed into a series of public programs not only for the deceased but also for the living. The place brings families and friends together for grieving. The site is open and exposed to the public community and provides communal support for each other. The reason that I want to challenge the notion of a cemetery is because the majority of Johor people view cemeteries as a taboo or suffocating space. Secondly, there has been an excessive number of developments happening around the area and this has not brought any benefits to the local communities.

Site Boundary Tram Line

LEGENDS 00 Gerbang Nusajaya 01 Memorial Entrance 02 Integrated Cemetery Muslim + Taoist 03 Buddhist Prayer and Columbarium 04 Passion Prayer 05 Mangrove Reserved+Broadwalk 06 Simpang Arang Village 07 Memorial Puzzle Playground 08 Forest City Golf Resort

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Road Pedestrian

To achieve the goal, my project experimented with the dispersion of cemetery and relevant programs across the proposed site. This can prevent further interference of developments by the property developers because the cemetery will occupy the landscape and will repel the housing or development projects built within the precinct. This will also attract not only the locals but also Singaporeans who will come to visit the site. Additionally, the green space would be preserved for the local communities for next generations. The size of the memorial park is about 70.1 hectares, proposed to be located on the empty landscape, adjacent to the new development township of Gerbang Nusajaya, Malaysia. Gerbang Nusajaya is the second phase development of Iskandar Puteri which features various catalytic developments. It connects to the local airport and Singapore via Tuas second link and a high-speed train rail. This project will consist of mixed programs from a variety of religions such as Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism and Christianity with leisure, memorial, parks, columbarium, crematorium and cemeteries.

21Passion Hall (Hall to Hang Flowers) 22 Ganges Hall ( hall to spread Urns)

16 Waiting Hall

23 Tearoom and Cafe

02 Spider Lily pavillion 06 Meditation Pod 17 Atrium and lily Pond

26 Muslim Prayer

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04 Skatepark

03 Pod 28 Christian and Catholic Graves

25 YingYang Courtyard

07 Urn

Roof path

02 Spider Lily pavillion

4 Maintenance Room

10 Cremation Room

05 Ceremony Room

15 Front Courtyard

CREMATARIUM

Lily Pond

23 Tearoom and Cafe

26 Muslim Prayer 22 Ganges Hall ( hall to spread ashes)

Lily Pond

Muslim Prayer Shelter

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