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Collective Studio Architects Phnom Penh, Cambodia

AC T I VAT E BU I LD I N G S

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AC T I VATE A L L EYWAYS

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PU B L IC IN T E R N E T

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An Integrated Planning Strategy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

extend balconies

PU B L IC IN T E R N E T

for solar shading PU B LI C I N T E RN E T extend balconies for solar shading solar shading PU B LI C I N T E RN E T

AC T I VAT E ALLE Y WAYS

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solar and water collection

AC T I VAT E ALLE Y WAYS

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solar shading

step back ground floor

internet access in parks and public spaces

screen and plant street facades for heat controlrestaurants / to internal spaces

step back ground floor

cafes

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encourage small scale civic economies

THE HIGHL INE

second level of street activity

second level of street activity

and weather protection

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trees for shading and as a buffer to surrounding traffic

add lightweight canopies for shading

motos and pedestrians

AC T I V I T Y POD I U M

raising pavements for flood prevention

shading

mixed use pavement for motos and pedestrians mixed use pavement for

residential streets

R A ISE D WA L KWAYS raising pavements for flood prevention R A ISE D WA L KWAYS street open small alleys and restaurantscourtyards / solar for small scale public activity shading cafes solar

allow dedicated space for non commercial activity

rainwater drainage

informal seating

second street level

new gardens created on residential streets new gardens created on

encourage integration of internet access in parks and public spaces affordable housing and buildings with mixed program

provide semi porous surface for water absorption in the wet season

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G RE E N BAS I N

Tropical Urban Block

informal seating

access for bicycles and cyclos along park

second street level

3 creates urban space that encourag ACTI VATE A LLEY useable outdoor space protected environments active space for pedestrians only

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2018/19

ACTI VI TY PODof I UMu 4 proposes an alternative model encouraging policies and citycentral mak informal st

podiums An interdisciplinary urban design studio PUB LI C I NTER NET analysing street life in Sydney and Phnom informal seating ACTI VATE A LLE Penh.

step allow car andback moto parking ground at block floor edges

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stepped seating

shaded canopy

shaded canopy

stepped seating

Built Environment University of New South Wales Sydney

parks to act as drainage basins

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Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh.

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bicycles available for rent

Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, is rapidly developing. At the moment there is seemingly no reference model for public urban space that is sensitive to the local context. Via a series of small scale interventions, this project proposes to reorganize a city block in order to create an alternative model that: - is inclusive and participatory AC T IVAT E A L L E YWAYS - is responsive to climatic challenges solar shading - encourages more sustainable behaviour - is scalable

parking rainwater

recycling points for all residential blocks recycling points for all

mixed use pavement for motos and pedestrians

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Realisation period Unbuilt, in mid 2013 Collective Studio will present the project PU B LI C I N T E RN E T

street restaurants / cafes

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motos and pedestrians

STR EET HI ER A RCHY

park

ACTI VATE BUI LD I NG S THE HI G HLI NE ACTI VI TY POD I UM informal central street rooftop activities podiums

ground level colon and weather prote parking informal seating

Concept by Giacomo Butte Website www.collectivestudio.cc

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and residential parks

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Street Life Studies Context

Course overview

In a moment of time when the balance between the public and the private is, arguably, shifting in favour of the latter, it is important that a close eye is kept on the status of public space in our cities. Vital public space tends to emerge as a product of numerous competing forces. Attitudes, planning guidelines and levels of enforcement can strangle or let flourish the behaviours which can enliven these places so key to cities. The course is an opportunity to better understand the potentials and limitations of these diverse conditions.

The course runs for one week in Sydney and two weeks in Phnom Penh, in January each year. Students work in interdisciplinary and transcultural groups to engage with the spaces, people and systems of the street.

Street Life Studies puts forward the premise that the vitality of public spaces hinges on their ability to facilitate a diversity of, often unexpected, usages, movements and interactions, by a broad spectrum of people, over varying time periods. It suggests that the street, as the fundamental public space of the city, is where this activity can and should occur. Within this framework, the course suggests designers take an active role in engaging first hand with the complex layers of place, in this case the street, throughout the design process. This intrinsically means an engagement not only with space but with the people who use it. The course analyses two very different street environments; Lakemba in Sydney and Khan Daun Penh in Phnom Penh. These places hold in common both imminent change and clear expression of streetlife. Not without their challenges, Phnom Penh streets see diverse urban dwellers playing out much of their lives in the public domain. Street space is appropriated by its users in a ‘bottom-up’ manner to meet varying needs, rather than emerging as a result of those involved in the broader level design and legislation of the built environment. In Sydney, this kind of mixed informal activity is much less apparent. The built street space itself is not dissimilar but usage centres upon vehicular and pedestrian circulation and regulation of activity is significantly more controlled. Opportunities and constraints of each place can be understood through observation and comparison.

Phase One: STREETLIFE OBSERVATION consists of students working in groups to undertake on-field analysis of urban streets in selected areas of Sydney and Phnom Penh. Using hand drawing and simple data collection, students are guided through a series of observational exercises. They identify, document, and analyse the spaces, systems, users and usages of each street environment. The drivers behind spacio-behavioural patterns are interpreted as as a way to begin to understand the needs of those who use the streets. Phase Two: STREETLIFE INTERVENTION asks students to use their street observations as design ‘evidence’ to inform an urban brief and intervention. Propositions must be small-scale yet scalable,with the overall aimof fostering vital, people-centred public street space. The course encourages students to challenge their understanding of design intervention as purely physical and ‘provided’ by the designer or legislator to consider design systems and strategies developed with and by end users. Students consider how transcultural precedents might inform approaches across cities.

Partnerships Street Life Studies has been built, and relies upon, ongoing relationships developed from 2010 between: University of New South Wales Sydney, Built Environment The Royal University of Fine Arts, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism Sa Sa Art Projects The Vann Molyvann Project Khmer Architecture Tours

STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19. Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh.

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Lakemba, sydney

khan Daun penh, phnom penh

STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19. Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh.

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course process COURSE PROCESS (in a nutshell) PROCESS PROCESS how do we learn about street life?

process process

to inform STUDY STREETLIFE ON-FIELD OBSERVATION STUDY STUDY STREETLIFE STREETLIFE OBSERVATION OBSERVATION study study street street life life DIRECT directDIRECT direct observation observation

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using using

USINGUSING USING

Sydney

URBAN INTERVENTION TACTICAL TACTICAL URBANISM URBANISM tactical tactical urbanism urbanism

Phnom Penh

repeat in two cities

to inform to inform

TO INFORM TO INFORM TO INFORM

"The direct observations help to understand why some spaces are used and others are not." Jan Gehl

“Construct situations rather than objects, design processes that can result in chance meetings ...leaving room for users to adapt and appropriate space.” Atelier Bow Wow

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research themes Students break into small interdisciplinary and transcultural groups to investigate streetlife through the lens of a particular urban theme THEME 2

THEME 3

THE SLOW CITY:

THE FACE OF THE CITY:

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ENCOURAGING LONGER STAYSFACADES

?

?

THEME 4

THEME 5

THE POROUS CITY:

PRIVATE PUBLIC BUILDING THRESHOLDS PRIVATE PUBLICPrivate FENCE THRESHOLDS public Facade

Sidewalk/Road

Sidewalk/Road

THE POROUS CITY:

?

?

Vital streets encourage a level of ‘adaptability’ by their users. Users Vital streets allow for people to linger, to pause, to stop. Longer have an innate knowledge of their surrounds and are often the most stays are one contributor to the creation of the street as a 'hive' of activity. How can streets encourage ‘slow’ activities that broaden their effective 'designers' of the spaces they inhabit. Facades are an overt expression of this; their planned and unplanned manifestations often a purpose beyond circulation? strong contributor to the visual identity of a place. How can the 'base' components of a facade allow for adaptability by users?

Vital streets support interactions across the thresholds of private, interior space and public, exterior space. How can this boundary be re imagined to encourage a stronger relationship (be it direct or indirect) between internal and external users and activities.

Vital streets support interactions across the thresholds of private and public space. In increasingly privatised societies how can the fence be reimagined to support activities beyond the blocking of access?

DELIVERABLES: x6 A5 observation cards for each city

DELIVERABLES: x6 A5 observation cards for each city

DELIVERABLES: x6 A5 observation cards for each city

OBSERVATION 1

OBSERVATION 1

OBSERVATION 1

Visual Card

Data Card

OBSERVATION 2

Visual Card

OBSERVATION 3

Data Card

Visual Card

Data Card

DELIVERABLES: x6 A5 observation cards for each city OBSERVATION 1

Visual Card

OBSERVATION 2

Data Card

Visual Card

OBSERVATION 3

Data Card

Visual Card

Data Card

Visual Card

Data Card

OBSERVATION 2

Visual Card

OBSERVATION 3

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Visual Card

Data Card

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threshold

Visual Card

OBSERVATION 2

Data Card

Visual Card

OBSERVATION 3

Data Card

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Essential reading

Essential reading 1 'Three Types of Outdoor Activities' (pp 11-32) in: SCALEe x c e r c i s e 0 3 _ i m a g e s SCALE Gehl, Jan. Life Between Buildings: Using Public Space. . Van Nostrand 1 Till, Jeremy. 'Architecture and Contingency.' 120. ISSN: 1755-068. scales shown refer Rehinhold Company. New York. 2011 www.field-journal.org. vol.1 (1) scales shown refer to drawing in

The Healthy City

sketchbook. final

2 'The Uses of Sidewalks: Contact' (pp 55-73) in: output scale (on Jacobs, Jane. The Death and Life of Great American Cities A5 . New cards)York: may be smaller/larger. Random House . February 1961

Environmental responsivity OBSERVATION O1:

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‘STOPPING’ ACTIVITY

55%

15%

AUTOMOBILE

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

5%

MOTORIST

20%

70%

PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT

VEHICULAR MOVEMENT

5% 5%

CYCLISTS GREEN

DATA COLLECTION_SURFACE USE

53%

21%

46%

21%

students

students

staff

Essential reading

Encouraging longer stays

Adaptability of facades

others

DIANA ESPIRITU

OBSERVATION 1: FENCE POROSITY

Vital streets allow for people Focus points to linger. Longer stays can · Modifications to original facade by users contribute to streets that are a ‘hive’ of activity. How can streets Field of view: facade encourage ‘slow’ activities that full building height 2-3 buildings wide broaden their purpose beyond Repeat in: circulation? Locations x3 (2-3 ‘units’ each) AWNING FOR SHADE FROM AFTERNOON SUN

ANZAC PARADE / DARLING STREET - SYDNEY - MODIFICATIONS-DIAGRAMS

TV AERIALS

CHANGE OF FACADE COLOUR

AWNING FOR SHADE FROM AFTERNOON SUN

Modified Users/Activity Data diagram

ed x3 actual x3)

AWNINGS / SUN SHADING

SIGNAGE

students staff

SECURITY BARS

STRIPED COLOUR CHANGE ON FACADE TO CREATE IDENTITY AND STOP CUSTOMERS

others

02/ site 14 plan _ sidewalk movement _ 12 pm

x1

GLAZING

SUSPENDED SIGNAGE TO ATTRACT ATTENTION

Time frames Visual Card x1 Show Layers:

03/ site 14 plan _ sidewalk movement _ 6 pm

Planned Modified Users/Activity

Data Card

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OBSERVATION O1: THRESHOLD POROSITY

TV AERIALS

Vital streets allow ‘adaptability’ Focus points their users. have an ·by Proportion of porosity in GFUsers façade ·intimate ‘Level’ of porosity in each opening knowledge of their · Drivers of porosity ·surrounds Internal building function and(GF)are often the most effective ‘designers’ Field of view: int/ext thresholds of the spaces windows or doors they inhabit. Facades can be an ground floor only commercial OR overt expression ofresidential this; and a strong contributor to the visual Repeat in: Visual Card Data Card Locations x3 (2-3 ‘units’/each) identity of a place. How can the Time frames x1 ‘base’ components of facades Show Layers: Planned by users? allow for adaptability Modified CHANGE OF FACADE COLOUR GLAZING

SUSPENDED SIGNAGE TO ATTRACT ATTENTION

AWNINGS / SUN SHADING

SIGNAGE

SECURITY BARS

STRIPED COLOUR CHANGE ON FACADE TO CREATE IDENTITY AND STOP CUSTOMERS

ZARAH BAITZ - Z5016303

scales shown refer to drawing in

2 "Control architectures, Jittery enclaves, Passage point urbanism'sketchbook. final (pp99-109) Graham, Stephen. Cities Under Seige. Verso. New York. 2011 output scale (on

The Porous City

SCALE

scales shown ref to drawing in sketchbook. final output scale (on A5 cards) may be smaller/larger. ensure clarity

Porsoity of urban interior thresholds

Porosity of fence thresholds

Vital streets support interactions Focus points across the thresholds of interior · Level of porosity · space Fence + human body urban space. How can and · Fence + building function this boundary be re-imagined to encourage a stronger Field of view: several fences in a row relationship between internal and Repeat in: external users and activities? Locations x3 (2-3 fences/location)

Vital streets support interactions across the thresholds of spatial demarcation. In increasingly privatised societies how can the fence be re-imagined to support activities beyond the demarcation of space or Visual Card Data Card blocking of access?

A5 cards) may be

3 Sperber, Elliot. 'The Concept of the Wall.' Roar Magaine. Issue smaller/larger. 4. Nov 2017. ensure clarity https://roarmag.org/magazine/the-concept-of-the-wall/

WESTERN ELEVATION 1:100

Time frames

Visual Card Show Layers:

x1

Planned Modified Users/Activity

OUTPUT

Planned

The Porous City

OBSERVATION O1: USER APPROPRIATIONS

OUTPUT

20-30min/period

Show Layers:

OUTPUT

01/ site 14 plan _ sidewalk movement _ 9 am

Essential reading

1 Maltby,Elliott+ Nandan, Gita. The Field Guide to Fences. Jan SCALE 2017 https://nextcity.org/features/view/nyc-field-guide-fences-public-space

*do staff not show internal areas of building or movement paths

others

The Face of the City

SCALE 1 Gehl, Jan; Johansen Kaefer, Lotte; Reigstad, Solveig, ‘Close encounters with buildings’. Urban Design International (2006) 11. Palgrave scales Macmillan Ltd. shown refer to drawing in 2006 to drawing in ANZAC PARADE / DARLING STREET - SYDNEY - MODIFICATIONS-DIAGRAMS sketchbook. final 2 Inara Nevskaya. 'Soft Dimensions' Volume Magazine n.33 sketchbook. final output scale (on output scale (on 2 Paramita Atmodiwirjo, Yandi Andri Yatmo and Verarisa Anastasia Ujung. A5 cards) may be A5 cards) may be 3 'Edges and Paths' (pp 49-66) in: 'Outside Interior: Traversed boundaries in a Jakarta urban neighbourhood' smaller/larger. Lynch, Kevin. The Image of the City. Cambridge MA: MIT Press . smaller/larger. 1960 (pp 78-89) In: Atiwill, Susie. Urban+Interior. IDEA Journal ISSN 1445/5412. ensure clarity ensure clarity 2015

OUTPUT

Vital streets are responsive to the environment and Focus points to healthy living. · Placesconducive people stop · Activities/objects associated with stopping How can we maintain · Changes over the day outdoor street space Field of view: sidewalk/road exposed to wide the elements 2-3 ‘units’ Repeat in: whilst ensuring a useable Locations x1 Visual Card Data Card Time frames x3 (am noon pm) environment for street users?

The Slow City

Data Card

PLANNED ELEMENT

NORTHERN ELEVATION 1:100

SUMMER SOLSTICE

WINTER SOLSTICE

PATHWAY SUCCESFULLY USED - MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE

· Planned v Actual uses (parking, commerical, Users/Activity Plans x3 Data diagram x1 Process car mvmt, drainage, pedestrian...) Process Elevations x3 Data diagram x1 Elevations x3 1: Observe many fence thresholds Data diagram x1 · Stopping locations + quantities A y aof Tapeople kla z5023195 · Proportional break up of street usages (%) Elevations x3 1: Observe sidewalks where people stop · Physical features of modified elements Scale: 1:100 1: Observe many facades with user activities + objects associated (sit on · Proportion of porosity v solidity (%/GF ‘unit’) · Stopping *there may be overlaps* 2: Collect data on level of porosity and 1:100 · Fixed or moveable (stop = longer than 3min) Scale: 1:100 · Threshold features (physical) bench, lean on wall, lookScale: phone, watch) modfications STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19. Built Environment, University of New Southat Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University Arts, function Phnom Penh. Scale: building ilding to building) · Drivers (climate protection, security, decor..)of Fine Show: · Neccessary vs optional activities · Level of porosity (acoustic, visual,1:100 accessible..) 2: Collect data on stop locations/quantities/ Photographic panorama x1 2: Collect data on types of modifications Process ine, sidewalk, road.. · Location + frequency (GF, 1F,Show: window, door..) Show: · Base features : building, sidewalk (edges, 3: Draw fence and building behind · Time · Driver of porosity (aesthetics, sales, light..) activites 3: Draw original facade as base Show: andscape, poles ... · Base building: form, openings, details openings, trees, poles) 1: observe many GF thresholds

GOOD AMOUNT OF SUN RECEIVED ON SITE ALL YEAR

Process

Data diagram x1

· Fence typologies (physical features)

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what is streetlife? Street Life Studies takes a people-centred approach to understanding place. It examines relationships between:

People, their behaviours and their stories + Physical space + Systems that connect these Formal, planned layers of place + Informal, unplanned layers of place + the overlaps between these

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strategic context 03 From the Chancellor

11.3 By 2030, enhance inclusive and sustainable urbanization and capacity for participatory, integrated and sustainable human settlement planning and management in all countries

04 From the President and Vice-Chancellor 06 UNSW Vision 07 UNSW 2025 Our Commitment 08 Our Strategy in ContextOur Strategic Priorities and Themes 10 The UNSW Strategic Matrix

11.4 Strengthen efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage

11 Strategic Priorities 12 Strategic Priority A: Academic Excellence 13 A1: Research quality – a world leader 15 A2: Educational Excellence - The UNSW Scientia Educational Experience

11.7 By 2030, provide universal access to safe, inclusive and accessible, green and public spaces, in particular for women and children, older persons and persons with disabilities

17 Strategic Priority B: Social Engagement 18 B1: A just society 20 B2: Leading the debate on Grand Challenges 21 B3: Knowledge exchange for social progress and economic prosperity

23 Strategic Priority C: Global Impact 24 C1: UNSW model of internationally engaged education 25 C2: Partnerships that facilitate our strategy

11.7.1 Average share of the built-up area of cities that is open space for public use for all, by sex, age and persons with disabilities

26 C3: Our contribution to disadvantaged and marginalised communities

27 Enabling Delivery of Our Strategy 28 D1: People and culture 29 D2: Operational effectiveness and sustainability 30 D3: World-class environments

31 Next steps

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the course focuses on understanding people and place through:

immersion

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on-field observation Emphasis on understanding, through observation and exchange. Design proposition as secondary.

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knolwedge exchange Emphasis on two-way learning. What can we learn? What can we share?

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interdisciplinary and transcultural collaboration Emphasis on leveraging diverse disciplinary and cultural backgrounds.

STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19. Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh.

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local, long term partnerships Sustained and growing collaborations with locally-based groups linked to course themes. Sa Sa Art Projects The Vann Molyvann Project Khmer Architecture Tours

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exploration of place Emphasis on active exploration of people and place within and outside of coursework. Walk, talk, look, eat, drink, play.

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cross cultural comparison Reflect on findings through comparison. Can we intelligently translate principles from one context to another?

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hand drawing Drawing as a means to a slowly immerse and analyse.

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course work Phase 1: Streetlife Observations Phase 2: Streetlife Interventions

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phase 1: streetlife observations Phase one of the course asks students to undertake on-field analysis of urban streets in selected areas of Sydney and Phnom Penh. They examine streets and the life they host through the lens of a given theme; healthy cities, slow cities, the face of the city, porous cities. Guided by a series of observational exercises within each theme, students use hand drawing and simple data collection to identify and deconstruct the physical, behavioural and systematic layers of each street space. They interpret key patterns and the driving forces behind their findings then communicate these using basic post-production techniques. Students are encouraged to consider the street environment as it was intended to be used versus its actual use and the factors that might influence scenarios observed. "Streets and their sidewalks-the main public places of a city-are its most vital organs." Jane Jacobs “While architects and urban planners have been dealing with space, the other side of the coin – life – has often been forgotten.” Jan Gehl STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19. Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh.

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Critical response

Author

City

Monyneath Chan

Sydney

Focus area facade sidewalk/road in/out threshold

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SYDNEY Environmental considerations

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Sydney

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City PHOTO

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Awnings are used for shelter from the sun, to provide lighting to the shop at night, to carry the identity of the shop with signage or decoration, to create an atmosphere through the decoration, as well as to provide cooling with fans and plants. Awnings can also be used to hang merchandise, advertisting and to hang elements that create walls in the shape of signs, blinds, grids or merchandise.

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aspect (west or south facing) and on the type of activity of the shop (longer for seating, or for food display).

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SYDNEY A day in the life of a .... Observe one object on the sidewalk. How and why is it used over the course of a day?

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Phnom Penh

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I found this object really interesting because it looks like a table but functions like a bench. To determine the intended and unintended use of this object I have analyzed its physical features and how people interact with the object. Based on my analysis, I believe this object serves as a multifunctional flat top table. Out of all the activities I observed throughout the day, I only found one unintended use of the object which is putting trash on.

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Sit Around | 7:30 PM | Clear Sky

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Not only that the object accommodate the interaction on its surface, it also encourage the use of

the space underneath. The user can also use this Theodore Hardiono, 3rd yr, Industrial Design (Hons) object as a table by adding chairs around it to hold informal gatherings and socials.

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interior for more commercial spaces; and lastly the single door openings were used for functionality and typically private typologies (ie. apartments or medical centres).

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Phnom Penh

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Phnom Penh

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Evangeline Hannah

Phnom Penh Cambodia

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Observe several facades. What changes are being made by users? Why?

After observing the facades of Phnom Penh, my research led me to the conclusion that the most user appropriations were made for commerce and security for chains and personalisation and weather for one-off stores.

Why? A chain store, has a universal look, which is easy to identify so their image is already established. Chain store owners modify their facades to ensure their premises are secure and noticeable to draw customers in. One-off store owners perhaps work everyday. They want to be protected from the elements whilst also building up their own facade style. Whether this is intentional or not, one-off stores end up creating a more eye-catching facade with their2nd amalgamtion of Evangeline Hannah, yr, Interior sun-shading objects and personal touches.

Elevation | Planned & Modified Facade of Samsung, Huawei & Miscellaneous shop Elevation | Planned & Modified Facade of Samsung, Huawei & Miscellaneous shop Left Elevation | Planned & Modified Circle K & Phnom Penh Hiltton Bar Left Elevation | Planned & Modified Circle K & Phnom Penh Hiltton Bar

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Facade elements and the drivers behind them for chain and one-off stores

Right Elevation | Planned & Modified Facade of Pawn Shop & KiwiMart Right Elevation | Planned & Modified Facade of Pawn Shop & KiwiMart Facade Modifications

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facade in/out threshold

Critical response Butcher | Haldon St

Plan 01 | 2pm | Mahi Halaal Butcher | Haldon St

Section 01 | 2pm | Mahi Halaal Butcher | Haldon St

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SYDNEY Threshold Activity

On Haldon street, Cafe du Monde accomodates Author City Layers Focus area planned threshold activity through tables and Hastiefor customers Lakemba, Sydney sidewalk/road planned chairs placed on theEmma threshold facade modified local men sit outside, smoke and chat to friends in/out threshold activities passing by. The wide footpath accomodates seatusers ing and walking space. An incidental threshold activity can be seen outside the Women’s Centre, where a few men set up a temporary stand giving road/sidewalk/interior thresholds. Observe several OnThe Haldon street, Cafe du bench Monde accomodates away Islamic material. inbuilt concrete Critical What activity occurs on and across these thresholds? planned threshold activity through tables and and recessed spot under cover, with the council response How does thechairs physical allow placed onenvironment the threshold for customers - or inhibit certain activities? bench opposite, make this the perfect place to local men sit outside, smoke and chat to friends set it up. Passer-bys look, stop, and talk to the passing by. The wide footpath accomodates seatmen. The butcher houses a walking few plants in An boxes on threshold ing and space. incidental its threshold, under the large window activity canbright be seen outside that the Women’s Centre, where a few men setdown. up a temporary stand giving causes people to look inside and slow The away Islamic material. Themakes inbuilt concrete bench lack of signage and relation to the interior and recessed spot under cover, with the council people curious, and they venture inside to ask. bench opposite, make this the perfect place to set it up. Passer-bys look, stop, and talk to the Emma Hastie, men. The butcher houses a few plants in boxes on its threshold, under the large bright window that causes people to look inside and slow down. The lack of signage and relation to the interior makes people curious, and they venture inside to ask.

Data diagrams

Plan 02 | 2pm | Cafe du Monde| Haldon St

Section 02 | 2pm | Cafe du Monde | Haldon St

up outside Women’s Centre |

Plan 01 | 2pm | Mahi Halaal Butcher | Haldon St

Plan 02 | 2pm | Cafe du Monde| Haldon St

Data diagrams

Plan 03 | 2pm | Islamic popup outside Women’s Centre | Haldon St

Section 03 | 2pm | Islamic popup outside Women’s Centre | Haldon St

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Plan 03 | 2pm | Islamic popup outside Women’s Centre | Activity Haldon St

Fixed Modifications Temporary Modifications

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modified activities users

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PHNOM PENH Threshold Activity Author

City

ALLISON MILLER

PHNOM PENH

Focus area sidewalk/road facade in/out threshold

Layers planned modified activities users

Observe several road/sidewalk/interior thresholds.

For observation #3, it studied the activity Critical What activity occurs on interacted and across these of how people with each site. thresholds? Response This looked at a comparison of a temporary

How does the physical environment allow or inhibit certain activities? pop-up site (site #1), a mixed site (site #2), and a permanent fixed site (site #3). As all three sites were very different in size and location, due to the time of the day - peak hour in the morning - and a busy corner, site #2 the most overall activity. It was a very congested site with a combination of pop up stalls, ‘make shift’ street parking for small motor / bikes and almost not enough seating for people willing to interact with theInterior space (resturant and food carts). On the Allison Miller, 2nd yr, Architecture (Hons) other hand, site #1 had the least amount of acitivty due to its lack of establishment and seating space.

Plan | 2pm | 7:30am | Street 13 | Clear

DRAWINGS THRESHOLD

Data Diagrams

Section | 7:30am | Street 13 | Clear

ACTIVITY

Section | 8:45am | Corner street 13 and 148 | Clear

Plan | 8:45am | Corner street 13 and 148 | Clear

DRAWINGS Section | 5:45pm | Street 136 | Clear

OBSERVATION 03:

Plan | 5:45pm | Street 136 | Clear

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THRESHOLD ACTIVITY


Author

City

Raeshaan Goh

Lakemba

Focus area

Layers

sidewalk/road in/out threshold

SYDNEY Threshold typologies

planned modified

Critical response Section 1: single doorway shops

Author ALLISON MILLER

RAWINGS

Raeshaan Goh, 2nd yr, Industrial Design (Hons)

Data

Critical Response

Railway Parade, Lakemba | Clear

RAWINGS Section 3: Open doorway shops

Threshold Typology

After observing an array ofdiagrams six different thresholds in this next set of shop fronts, it can be understood that the amount of objects on display on the pathway differed for each unit depending on the functionality of the space. The study displayed in the data below compares three main factors: the individual threshold size - both door and window openings, the percentage of blockages impacting the porosity of the facade, and how that was split into planned and modified objects. The percentgae of objects spilled onto the pathway were both blockages of the shops facade and furthermore narrowing the pathway for pedestrians, impacting the circulation of the space in the street. The clearest example is the jewllery store having displays only behind secured glass and therfore nothing on the path, compared to the fruit shops with an immense Planned items amount ofitems fruit and vegetables in tall baskets for types Doorway Modified an interactive experience. REMAINING PATH SPACE

Senses Engaged Sight

Smell

Hearing

Touch

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Number of objects in view

Section 2: Double doorway shops

By breaking down the different items we see into planned or modified components we start to get an understanding of how different shops work. Further separating these into factors ,such as sensual stimulus, Observe several urban interior thresholds. we can start to see trends with both stimuli What areand thethekey spatial charateristics and how does these thresholds they engage. Most City Layers Focus area shops operate on sight but the relate tobigger external/internal activities? the door, the more leakage there is. This creates a more diverse concept to porosity LAKEMBA, NSW as the different sidewalk/road planned sensation stimuli dont necessarily have a boundary but more of facade modified a radius shifting a shops threshold from in/outtothreshold activities interior and exterior a more regional effect/description users

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Section 01 | 12pm | Money Exchange |

Section 02 | 3pm | Pop up Kitchen |

Section 03 | 9am | Warehouse with Kebab Stall |

Section 04 | 2pm | Car Battery Pop up Store |

Section 05 | 3pm | Construction Site with Parking Attendants

Section 06 | 2pm | Mini Mart with Street Vendor|

planned modified activities users

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Users Modifications


SYDNEY Fence details and drivers

DRAWINGS

Author

City

Sylvia Chen

Sydney

Focus area porosity typology activities

Layers

planned modified activities users

Observe, in detail, a series of fences.

Elevation | 3.00pm | Haldon St | Sunny, hot

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Elevation | 1.30pm | Croydon St | Cloudy

with decorative features to display

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DRAWINGS Elevation | 2.00pm | Croydon St | Sunny, hot

Elevation | 2.30pm | Croydon Ln | Sunny, hot

Data diagrams

Ornament Metal Brick Wire Metal

Elevation | 10.00am | MacDonald St | Cloudy

FENCE TYPOLOGIES

Elevation | 3.00pm | Haldon St | Sunny, hot

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Phnom Penh

porosity typology activities

planned modified activities users

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DRAWINGS

Observe, in detail, a series of fences. Consider the ‘drivers’ behind the physical details observed

Sylvia Chen, 4th yr, Interior Architecture (Hons)

Elevation | 8:00am | Tax Branch | Sunny, hot

Elevation | 1.30pm | Residential Alley | Cloudy

DRAWINGS

Fence typologies vs. drivers and psychological effect

LANNED

ODIFIED

Elevation | 11am | Residential Alley | Sunny, hot

Elevation | 9:30am | School | Sunny, hot

Elevation | 9:30am | Residential (temporary) | Sunny, hot

Elevation | 3.00pm | Temple | Sunny, hot

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FENCE


Author

City

Sylvia Chen

Sydney

SYDNEY Fence Activity Focus area porosity typology activities

Layers

planned modified activities users

Ribus, quisin eosthe ni aliquat ibusapiciam, sitas the activity on/around them. As seen previous observations, Critical Observe several fences and quam cum et eum dunde pos esto dolupta the factors of porosity and height of response How do the physcial features earum seque quatur? Qui dolest eostem harioof the fence allow or inhibit

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Elevation | 9.00am | Side street | Sunny, hot

Data diagrams Elevation | 9.00am | Main street | Sunny, hot

Residential Multi-residential Public space

Ornament Metal Brick Wire Metal

Sitting Walking

Elevation | 9.00am | Back alley| Sunny, hot

Viewing/stopping Standing/shade

FENCE ACTIVITIES

Graffiti

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City

Farros Ghozi Fatih Djojodihardjo

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Layers

Focus area sidewalk/road facade in/out threshold

planned modified activities users

In observation three we fences studied how the the activity on/around them. Observe several and fence can be an agent to hosting activities How do the physcial features of the fence allow or inhibit in teh surrounding area. aside from just creating a perimeter for certain activities, this activity? elements from th efence can be utilized

ELEVATION| Market near St 13 | Sunny

SECTION| Market near St 13 | Sunny

ELEVATION| Tax Office | Sunny

SECTION| Tax Office | Sunny

to facilitate activities such as hanging merchandise on the fence, or tying tarpaulin on the fence to create a shaded environment. From this observation we learn that fences can host simple activities such as differentiation parking betwen large to small vehicles, or othe types such as chain mail is most frequent in market areas were as the stupas of a temple’s fence can be anchors for shading system to host areas Farros FatihWithout Djojodihardjo, 2nd yr, Architectural Studies to eat Ghozi street food. the chain mail or stupa it may result to different activities hosted by thge fence.

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Legend walking by

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Location: Temple

Elevati

Location: Office Location: Market

ELEVATION| Street 13 Temple | Sunny

SECTION| Street 13 Temple | Sunny

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Vehicle People


SYDNEY Sun and Shade Plan | 10:00AM | NAB Bank on Haldon St | Sunny, Warm

Plan | 10:00AM | NAB Bank on Haldon St | Sunny, Hot

Plan | 11:00AM | NAB Bank on Haldon St | Sunny, Warm

Plan | 10:00AM | NAB Bank on Haldon St | Sunny, Hot

Author

City

Panayiota Achilleos

Lakemba, Syndey

Observation 3

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How do patterns of sun and shade affect the way people move through a space?

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Plan | 10:00AM | NAB Bank on Haldon St | Dark, Cool

Theme 1: The Healthy City

Small Street Area

Critical Response

Data Diagram

Plan | 10:00AM | NAB Bank on Haldon St | Sunny, Hot

Focus area

Male Female Children

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PHNOM PENH Sun and Shade Author

City

Mayeesha Shafiq

Phnom Penh

Focus area sidewalk/road facade in/out threshold

Layers planned modified activities users

How do patterns of sun and shade affect the way peoThis street observation is located near a ple move through space? school that has a store with a shading and

Critical response Morning Session | 9.00 AM | Tuan Hua School | Sunny

School Break Session | 11.00 AM | Tuan Hua School | Sunny

Pre-Lunch Session | 12.00 PM | Tuan Hua School | Sunny

Lunch Session | 2.00 PM| Tuan Hua School | Sunny

Post-Lunch Session | 3.00 PM | Tuan Hua School | Sunny

Evening Session | 5.00 PM | Tuan Hua School | Sunny

improvised seating. Data was collected throughoput the day to investigate the sun / shade preference of users. The study shows that almost all users tended to walk through the half shaded area compared to the full sun area. Most users would also choose to stand at the full shaded area and sit at the half shaded area.

Mayeesha Shafiq, 3rd yr, Landscape Architecture (Hons)

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USERS RESPONSE TO SUN/SHADE

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User Full Sun Half Shade Shade

Data diagrams


EMERGENT THEMES

How do people interact across urban interior thresholds?

How are fences repurposed by owners and street users?

Can observation and documentation be a means of identifying parts of a city deemed of value in preserving amidst development?

What role can signage play in urban expression?

What role can materials play in personal expression on the street?

Are the informal and nonphysical parts of a street as important in the heritage and culture of a city as the formal and physcial parts? What have street users told us about their priorities in the street?

How and why are awnings adorned by their users?

How do fences use material and detail to express fear, ownership, status, identity?

How does furniture affect the use of public private thresholds? Do the markings of a city in construction contribute to its identity? Should they remain? How do the details of an object afford certain functions?

How do personal objects contribute to the narrative of a city?

How are monuments used in cities? How does the width of the street affect the environment for its users?

How does the ‘porosity’ of a facade affect street life?

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Why do certain spaces attract individuals verses groups?

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phase 2: streetlife intervention In phase two of the course, students use their observational findings as ‘evidence’ to develop a design brief and proposal for an urban intervention in either Sydney or Phnom Penh. The overall goal is to create a small, scalable intervention that acts as a social catalyst in improving or supporting street life. Students are challenged to think beyond intervention as a physcial construct ‘delivered’ by designer to systems developed and maintained with and for the people who use them. Working within their observational theme students begin with group workshops. The reflect on their observations to identify opportunities and constraints that lead to the development of a design brief. In response, they work individually to propose an intevention, pitched through a simple image and short presentation.

"Construct situations rather than objects, design processes that can result in chance meetings ...leaving room for users to adapt and appropriate space." Atelier Bow Wow

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PHNOM PENH ‘Slim Shady’ Issue

Underutilised alleyways

Response brief

Activate alleyways for multi-use functionality by primary demographic in area- children, women living in the alleyway, and waiting tuk tuk and moto drivers

Considerations

Access, maintaining natural light, safety, maitenance

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PHNOM PENH ‘Lanewaste’ system

Evidence

Author

City

Users

Timeframe

Monyneath Chan

Phnom Penh

Residents

6am-12am

Encourage people to practice and lead a cleaner lifestyle Width and height of alley ways in comparision to the size of the Cintri truck

Waste filled laneways. No formal waste collection due to width of trucks. Issues: - work Repurpose the intersection of the main Plus, decreasing for moto drivers - Poor air quality on the streetwith new ‘PassApp’street and the alley way by getting rid of the transport system Issue

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Inefficient system of waste management dumping ground Behaviour of residents regarding disposal Factors to consider: Response brief Create a waste collection system forbehavioral changes For this to be successful, of waste Main drivers, that of residents regarding disposal of waste Street How does it improve streetlife by: laneways, run by moto Improve the streetscape andconnects healthier living Education of residents about the importance to public waste collection on environment of this system main streets Encourage people to practice and lead a cleaner lifestyle

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CINTRI truck access to the alley way is impossible due to the width being too narrow and low height because objects are placed out onto the street by residents.

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Education of residence for behaviour change, thefttoof Width and height of alley ways in comparision thebins, size of space the Cintrifor truckbins, ease of attachment to motos

Considerations

sun

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According to the research done in observation 2, there was a clear lacking in the number of trash bin in the alley way, which indicates a poor waste management system in the area.

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CINTRI truck access to the alley way is impossible due to the width being too narrow and low height because objects are placed out onto the street by residents.

smell

Monyneath Chan

disposal of waste by residents

2.2m sun

Process

Waste collection motorcycle >

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Cintri unlocks the trash bin from the hook that is fixed to the wall

> Cintri hooks trash bin to trash bin then to the back of the motorcycle

water

Monyneath Chan, 3rd yr, Architectural Studies STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, of New Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD According to University the research doneSouth in observation 2, there

was a clear lacking in the number of trash bin in the alley

Cintri takes the trash bins out from the alley way to the Cintri truck


PHNOM PENH The Bookcart Issue

Few protected places to stop and sit on sidewalk. Opportunity to support educational focus of Pagodas.

Response brief

Create sheltered places to stop with an educational focus, for tourists and local students.

Considerations

Protection from rain/sun, theft, maitenance

Tang Mouychou, 5th yr Architecture and Urbanism, RUFA

THE BOOKCART Tang Mouychou

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AUTHOR Ellie Skinner

PHNOM PENH Rooftop Aerobics 
GOAL

EVIDENCE

CITY Phnom Penh

USERS

TIMELINE

Community AerobicLovers

Sunrise/Sunset

PROPOSAL - To activate street life on upper levels (Rooftop) which, when looking up from the streets, are noticeably more quiet and unused - To create an activity (Sunset Aerobics) for community participation, that can otherwise not be done on the streets - To transform an unused space (Old Market Roof) into a place with people and purpose - To encourage further activation of vertical street-life


GOAL

PROBLEM

AUTHOR Ellie Skinner

CITY Phnom Penh

TIMELINE

Community AerobicLovers

Sunrise/Sunset

PROPOSAL

EVID street life on upper levels (Rooftop) which, when looking up from the streets, are noticeably more quiet and unused - To create an activity (Sunset Aerobics) for community participation, that can otherwise not be done on the streets - To transform an unused space (Old Market Roof) into a place with people and purpose - To encourage further activation of vertical street-life

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My observations showed that there was lack of facade activity, in comparison to street levelTo activity. activate

Issue

Underutilised rooftop spaces and shutdown of free aerobics at Olympic Stadium This absence of ‘street life’ on upper levels is often due to…

Response brief

modifications made to Activate rooftop spaces of public buildings means families and people will the facade to aid this. spend most time here My observations showed that there was lack of facade activity, in comparison to street level activity. at sunrise and sunset through community CONSIDERATION/SOLUTION events forTolocal residents combat this my rooftop activity will occur at sunrise/sunset , a time that avoided the two main

Considerations

Visibility, access, weather protection, community interest +

Heat. Hot air rises and there is often no

GO 


USERS

Work/Activity. Most businesses

PROBLEM are located on the street. This EVIDENCE

issues getting in the way of street life activity on upper levels. However, in this time, many community members enjoy Aerobics groups… Old Market Roof (unused)

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This absence of ‘street life’ on upper levels is often due to… Heat. Hot air rises and My design will activate an upper there is often no facade where an unused rooftop modifications made to space can be the facade to aid this. transformed for community activity, bringing life up from the CONSIDERATION/SOLUTION streets and activating street life in Toa new combat this my rooftop activity will occur way.

Work/Activity. Most businesses are located on the street. This means families and people will spend most time here

at sunrise/sunset , a time that avoided the two main issues getting in the way of street life activity on upper levels. However, in this time, many community members enjoy Aerobics groups… Old Market Roof (unused)

ROOFTOP AEROBICS +

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ELEANOR SKINNER Eleanor Skinner, 2nd yr, Interior Architecture (Hons), UNSW STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


PHNOM PENH Driver Dorm Bed Issue

Moto and Tuk Tuk drivers waiting for customers currently sleep on their vehicle. There is no weather protection, ergonomic comfort or place for personal posessions.

Response brief

Create a protected sleep/rest space for moto and tuk tuk drivers.

Considerations

Theft of motos, strategic locations close to customers, moto/tuk tuk ‘territories’, size/ location so as not to block street/building. access, weather protection

Ban Bunheang, 5th yr Architecture and Urbanism, RUFA STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


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Hannah Blair

Phnom Penh

Tuk Tuk, Car, Truck and Motor delivery drivers

permanent 6-6pm delivery times

PHNOM PENH Outdoor mezzanine ISSUE: The interiors and exterior of retail stores is not a space which customers are welcomed into, because stacked products which fill the entire space for efficient loading onto motors.The drivers are forced to wait out in the sun on the street. OPPORTUNITY: To create a space where drivers can rest in the shade, whilst still allowing the workers downstairs to efficiently use the threshold to organise and load products on vehicles.

IMPROVING STREET LIFE: To encourage people to interact with the threshold by sitting together. The intervention will aim to improve the facilitation for social interaction and use of space. FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED: As the urban intevention is off the ground the seating area not be used. People need to feel comfortable and protected from the sun to go into the space. Therefore, the stairs may also be used for quick stops for shorter periods or to ease people into the space.

Issue

Multiple delivery drivers wait for long People V Objects on the threshold periods on their motos/tuk tuks in the hot sun/rain whilst goods are unloaded.

Response brief

Create a place to wait for delivery drivers that encourages social interaction between drivers.

The standard shop house with a mezzanine level is added to the exterior of the threshold in this design

Considerations

Vertical access, protection from climate, impact on privacy of upper levels, signage to shop below

The graph depicts the amount of clutter means that less people are entering and using the space Plan: Where are the people (Karaoke, Motor Shop, Food Retail)

The food retail shop facilitates large amounts of activity mostly on the exterior of the facade.

The workers Tuk Tuk drivers

Hannah Blair, 2nd yr, Interior Architecture (Hons), UNSW

JUST HANG SHADY

STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD Hannah Blair


Student

PHNOM PENH Fun Mirror ISSUE:

CONSIDERATION:

+ The fence has nothing to get people interaction + Some area of the fence seem to be useless

The mirror may reflect lighting from the sun to user or passengers that walk or stop around it area. It might easy to broke if the material is not well use. Moreover, it contains electronic system inside that probably difficult to take care during weather changes.

RESPONSE

Issue

Create a mirror which able to get the attention of school students and let them stop to get some rest and to enjoy Lackthey of opportunities playpicking in streets. their time during are waiting for theirfor parent them up. User will be able to enjoy a fun moment looking at their own weird face and could capture their funny photos.

Response brief

Porosity (Fence)

Considerations

Activate unused fence walls outside schools as places for play whilst children wait for pick up by parents. Interest from children of a wide range of ages.

Elevation | 12 pm | Norodom Blvd | Hot-Sunny

Phnom Penh are stongly covered by a taller fences in which the design are based on types of the main building inside as well as followed local environment perspective. Level of porostity generates the disconnection between the outsider with the privacy of the inside while normally there exists a higher security part. Actually, fences are not just a normal high and thick wall to seperate between the private and public area of space and street. They actually spread the characteristic of human life and their cultural di influence, therefore different type of fence may affect the interaction of the driver or user. However, some area may not really interesting to invite people to stop and interact with the fence.

#FUN EAN CHHAYNA

MIRROR

Side Location

Ean Chhayna, 5th yr, Architecture and Urbanism STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


PHNOM PENH Memory Fence Issue Response Focus area brief sidewalk/road facade Considerations in/out threshold

Destruction of cultural sites throughout the city with loss of embedded stories. Use construction fences to tell the stories Layers

of the places being lost behind the fence.

planned modified Government support, mobility, activities temporary intervention users

cost given

M getndal about

en

the one use l nd e

Farros Ghozi Fatih Djojodihardjo, 2nd yr, Architectural Studies STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


SYDNEY Little Library Issue

Author

City

Underutilised sidewalk spaces in back alleys and side streets, often filled with trash. Users

Timeframe

Response brief Re-imagine the fences lining back alleys Uyen Pham Sydney Local residents. Day time. and sidestreets as places to stop, rest and socialise. Considerations

Exposure-how to bring people to these Cost, maitenance.

spaces? · this is a response to the general lack of activity in side streets and back alleys in Sydney · provides an interactive fence where people are able to sit/rest/study/work · encourages people to spend their time outdoors rather than inside

SYDNEY vs PHNOM PENH Business and home life spills out onto the streets in Phnom Penh in side streets and back alleys in contrast with Sydney where there is little to no activity in similar areas.

Uyen Pham, 2nd yr, Interior Architecture (Hons) STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


SYDNEY Bus-stop small-talk Issue

Decreasing social interaction at bus stops due to device use

Response brief

Encourage ‘small talk’ at bus stops through gamification

Considerations

Ease of use, comfort in interacting with someone unknown

LED DOT-MATRIX BOARD Daily changing questions to spark conversation

Sylvia Chen, 4th yr, Interior Architecture (Hons)

BUS STOP

STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


PHNOM PENH The Undiscovered Author Issue Sung Yune Cho

Response brief Considerations

City

Users Underutilised constructionTimeframe fences

Phnom Penh

Re-imagineAnyconstruction fences places - afternoonas (hottest passerbys time) able to host multiple ‘stopping’ activities. Tourists mostly

Mainly during morning

Cost, safety as near construction site

ISSUE -Overpopulation of activities in certain areas of Phnom Penh rendered by the physcial features of the fence RESPONSE -Disperse the level of activity by creating a new layer of a ‘FENCE’ that facilitates activities -Create a resting / community public space that can revitalise an unused space / fence

-Create opportunities for new artists to exhibit their work CONSIDERATION -Safety reasons within construction fence area -Getting permission to build within a public area -Finding areas that has enough space (walking space) to create this communal area.

ence

High fence and no patternation evidently facilitates no activities Patternation & Porosity of fence allows users to utilise the fence as an agent of an activity

Yune Cho, 4th yr, Interior Architecture (Hons)

LOOK

SIT

STAND

the undiscovered

Yune ChoRoyal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism,

ART

SHADE


PHNOM PENH The Chhat Issue

Lack of safe road crossing points

Response brief

Create a safe road crossing system

Considerations

Adherence to the system, visibility amongst dense streets

Peta Panyiota, 3rd yr, Interior Architecture (Hons) STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19 Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Art, Phnom Penh. Course Coordinator EVA LLOYD


EMERGENT THEMES

What if urban furniture could harness energy?

What if gamification could be used to encourage short social exchange at bus stops?

What if suburban fences were hosts to street events?

What if sidewalks offered more than circulation space?

What if we were able to interact with public murals?

What if urban and interior spaces were connected by sensory mechanisms like smell?

What if ‘airspace’ in laneways was able to be used for play, rest and storage?

What if there were a facade system able to be adapted by users?

How might street users be involved in shaping our streets?

sydney

What if cities had small pockets of urban ‘forest’?

How might we maintain unique city identities in the face of global development?

What if construction fences told the stories of a changing city?

What if functions were added to ‘activate’ back lane fences?

What if market rooftop spaces were used for recreation

PHNOM PENH

What if the street were an outdoor classroom?

What if awnings collected and distributed energy?

How might we ensure our cities offer useable outdoor public space suited to climatic conditions?

How might we ensure streets manage waste and are walkable without gentrifying?

How might we maintain ‘informal’ streetlife as a core part of development?

What if sidewalk activities throughout the day could be organised through a flexible system?

What if fences were opportunities for play?

STREET LIFE STUDIES 2018/19. Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Architecture and Urbanism, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh.

What if moto drivers could help waste management systems access hard to reach communities?

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CREDITS For more information www.streetlifestudies.wordpress.com #streetlifestudies Eva Lloyd Giacomo Butte Richard Briggs

SYDNEY

SYDNEY

e.lloyd@unsw.edu.au giacomo.butte.2@gmail.com honbriggsdesign@gmail.com

A sincere thank you to: The University of New South Wales, Built Environment, for supporting the fourth installment of this international summer elective. The Royal University of Fine Arts, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, for hosting the Phnom Penh contingent in their offer of space, staff, student volunteers and logistical help. All students involved, who worked with dedication and rigour.

The guest speakers and city of Phnom Penh, who offered invaluable insights and opened their spaces to us.

UNSW STUDENTS Monyneath Farros Ghozi Fatih Raeshaan Theodore Bramantio Hannah Ellie Evangeline Allison Sylvia Panayiota yune Maral Amy Rebecca Uyen Mesha Emma Mayeesha Anina Sidath

January 2017 - Starter Kit

Chan Djojodihardjo Goh Hardiono Blair Skinner Hannah Miller Chen Achilleos cho Madanimelak Smith Donney Pham Nazareth Hastie Shafiq Carl Cheang

PHNOM PEN Guest P H Ntalks O and M critique PENH

RUFA students

UNSW staff

Tang Mouychou Sopheap Sreymom Tuy Soksonita Hut Chhivmey Try Seihakpeirom Ly Visansocheata Ung Socheata Ban Bunheang Chea Limkheang Touch Sopanha Thida Meouk Ean Chhayna So Bunnareach Sarun Chan To Phoumen Ranalaksmy Sri Kimkorn Chhav Pichhet Keo Solinda Lourng Kimfa Chan Sophorn

Course coordinators/tutors Eva Lloyd Giacomo Butte Richard Briggs Director Interior Architecture Lisa Zamberlan Head of School Bruce Watson

Lyno Vuth, Sa Sa Art Projects Penserey Pagna, The Vann Molyvann Project

Site visits Khmer Architecture Tours Olympic Stadium

Photographic credits

RUFA staff

Theodore Bramantio Hardiono Farros Ghozi Fatih Djojodihardjo Eva Lloyd Richard Briggs

Dean of Faculty Professor Kong Kosal Vice Dean of Faculty Karno Chay

Above drawing: Karen Kong UNSW Industrial Design student

Logistical assistance Phal Piseth

UNSW Brand Refresh Overview

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