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Putrajaya site analysis

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  1. 1. putrajayaputrajaya
  2. 2. 2004 Development of Putrajaya started off with the government administrative buildings.
  3. 3. Present
  4. 4. Present
  5. 5. ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE • The symbol of Islamic mosques being the dome. • A symbol of the universe and has existed throughout history in varying forms among civilisations. • The conical form exudes divine insight and embellished with designs and colours of Islamic architecture.
  6. 6. MODERN ARCHITECTURE • Modern style architecture mixed with traditional Malay or Islamic motifs and architecture. • Architecture style of the early-to-mid 20th century Machine Age architecture. • Constitutes of a lack of ornaments, structures of steel and concrete, large breadth of glass, minimalistic exterior and open floors.
  7. 7. MOORISH ARCHITECTURE • A variant of Islamic architecture native to the Maghreb and Iberian Peninsula. • A great usage of motifs and repetitions of patterns • Other characteristics are muqarnas, vossoirs, and arches.
  8. 8. Kaaba M’sia
  9. 9. Putrajaya as an Islamic City Main Mosque (Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque)
  10. 10. Putrajaya as an Islamic City Main Mosque (Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque) Residential Quarters (Precinct 18)
  11. 11. Putrajaya as an Islamic City Main Mosque (Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque) Residential Quarters (Precinct 18) Citadel (Administrative District)
  12. 12. Putrajaya as an Islamic City Main Mosque (Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque) Residential Quarters (Precinct 18) Citadel (Administrative District) Walls (Lake) with Gates (Bridge)
  13. 13. Putrajaya as an Islamic City Main Mosque (Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque) Residential Quarters (Precinct 18) Citadel (Administrative District) Walls (Lake) with Gates (Bridge) Street Network (primary, secondary, tertiary roads)
  14. 14. Putrajaya as an Islamic City Main Mosque (Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque) Residential Quarters (Precinct 18) Citadel (Administrative District) Walls (Lake) with Gates (Bridge) Street Network (primary, secondary, tertiary roads) Suqs (Under construction)
  15. 15. Administrative Entering the core of Putrajaya, there is no distinctive difference of Precinct 2, 3, and 4 as they are recognizable as having come common identifying characters.
  16. 16. Entering the core of Putrajaya, there is no distinctive difference of Precinct 2, 3, and 4 as they are recognizable as having come common identifying characters. Educational Administrative
  17. 17. Entering the core of Putrajaya, there is no distinctive difference of Precinct 2, 3, and 4 as they are recognizable as having come common identifying characters. Educational Residential Administrative
  18. 18. Site serves as a Central Point. Educational Residential Administrative
  19. 19. Lot 2C14 Plot Area : 3,243.6sqm Plot GFA : 20,152.66sqm Plot ratio : 6.21 Lot 2P2 Plot Area : 3,001.65sqm Plot GFA : 600.00sqm Plot ratio : 0.20
  20. 20. Lot 2C14 Plot Area : 3,243.6sqm Plot GFA : 20,152.66sqm Plot ratio : 6.21 Lot 2P2 Plot Area : 3,001.65sqm Plot GFA : Plot ratio : 0.20 Building Setback: 6.0m 600.00sqm
  21. 21. Neighbouring Context
  22. 22. Connectivity
  23. 23. View to the site from the opposite of Lebuh Bestari, intersecting Jalan Tun Hussein.
  24. 24. View to the site from a pedestrian’s point of view from across the intersection of Lebuh Bestari and Jalan Permodenan.
  25. 25. ISSUE Stop by at highway prone to traffic congestion. TRAFFIC
  26. 26. SOLUTION A few possibilities of entry points on the other sides except the one at the intersection point. TRAFFIC
  27. 27. OPPORTUNITY Strong connectivity of minor road. ACCESSIBILITY
  28. 28. JALAN PERMODENAN JALAN P2p
  29. 29. SOLUTION Possibility of multiple access. ACCESSIBILITY
  30. 30. ISSUE Impermanent car park view considered as unpleasant view at north of site. VIEWS
  31. 31. EXISTING CARPARK
  32. 32. POTENTIAL Pleasant view to east from the site. VIEWS
  33. 33. GREEN PATCH
  34. 34. SOLUTION Create a flexible facade to proect the view from site. Maximize the view to east. VIEWS FLEXIBLE FACADE
  35. 35. ISSUE Traffic noise greatest at the main road. NOISE
  36. 36. SOLUTION Create a buffer zone with vegetation as noise barrier. NOISE
  37. 37. ISSUE Part of the site is exposed to sunlight during critical hours. SUN ANALYSIS
  38. 38. SOLUTION Plant more greenery to shade the site. SUN ANALYSIS
  39. 39. Markets are located far away
  40. 40. Markets are located far away Lacking in eateries
  41. 41. C e n t r a l P o i n t
  42. 42. C e n t r a l P o i n t N e i g h b o u r i n g C o n t e x t
  43. 43. C e n t r a l P o i n t N e i g h b o u r i n g C o n t e x t D i s t a n c e
  44. 44. C e n t r a l P o i n t N e i g h b o u r i n g C o n t e x t D i s t a n c e
  45. 45. C e n t r a l P o i n t N e i g h b o u r i n g C o n t e x t D i s t a n c e P r o p e r P e d e s t r i a n F a c i l i t i e s
  46. 46. C e n t r a l P o i n t N e i g h b o u r i n g C o n t e x t D i s t a n c e P r o p e r P e d e s t r i a n F a c i l i t i e s Va r i e t y o f U s e r s
  47. 47. E a s y A c c e s s E n g a g e C o m m u n i t i e s
  48. 48. Cleanliness Waste
  49. 49. “The planning principles based on sustainable development concept, implemented from the beginning of the city’s development, has set Putrajaya on a firm foundation to become Malaysia’s pioneer green city in line with the Government’s aspiration.” – Omairi Bin Hashim Director, City Planning Department
  50. 50. C entr al Mar k et Abu D habi B y F o s t e r + P a r t n e r s
  51. 51. • Sitting on the commercial districts, this market act as a focal point for both citizens and tourists, and the hub of trade for merchants. • A modern interpretation of regional vernacular; fusion of Arabian heritage with modern contemporary twist. • Open-air market: - Luxury goods shops - Food markets - Craft-based trades.
  52. 52. With reference of both traditional souk & Islamic elements, the intention is to create architecture of dappled sunlight, vibrant colours and running water, with a changing rhythm of routes and squares, courtyards and open air alley ways. P a t t e r n . L i g h t . S t r u c t u r e
  53. 53. • Entry points from different direction is introduced to invite different users of neighbouring community, hence to promote the permeability of public spaces. • The visibility of the public spaces is enhanced when alternative routes it offers from one point to another. P e r m e a b i l i t y o f s p a c e
  54. 54. Small blocks • A place with small blocks gives more choice of routes than one with large blocks. • Small blocks offers shorter length of public route, giving more give more physical and visual permeability, improving people’s awareness of the choice available Large blocks • Large block offers fewer alternative routes without backtracking; visual permeability is not allowed. C o n f i g u r a t i o n o f s p a c e
  55. 55. • Foster social interaction and create a sense of community and neighbourliness • Encourage use and interaction among a diverse cross section of the public • Commerce, entertainment or performances, recreational or sporting, cultural, markets or vending, exhibits, fairs, festivals, special events, etc Continuing the greenery of Abu Dhabi, the site is generously landscaped, the roofs of the podium buildings forming a series of terraced gardens. G r e e n p o d i u m L a n d s c a p i n g & C o u r t y a r d
  56. 56. Does Putrajaya need its own Cultural Centre for these Traditional games? Based on survey data collection from 50 participants
  57. 57. Is it important for the Putrajaya residents to have more exposure to traditional games? Based on survey data collection from 50 participants
  58. 58. Plaz a Ar tis an R eina Vic tor ia B y T a l l e r E C ( T E C )
  59. 59. • The main idea of the project is to promote trade of national handicrafts • It consists of a set of autonomous pieces of different sizes and equally important, connected is developed by a interior courtyard and various public spaces in the upper floors
  60. 60. 1. Ground 2. Program + Public Plaza 3. Program + Top Public Space 4. Cultural Space 5. Permeable Plane 6. Ingresses D e s ig n Str a te g ie s
  61. 61. • The indigenous murals act as a transition for the chaos traffic and building immediately
  62. 62. • The indigenous murals act as a transition for the chaos traffic and building immediately • The multiple ingresses to the open plaza increases the permeability of the spaces
  63. 63. Songs han Cultural & Creative Park
  64. 64. • Not just a platform showcasing creativity and innovation • Strives to be a hub for inspiring and nurturing the spirits of creativity • “ Creative Lab ”, “ Creative Co-Op “, “ Creative School” and “ Creative Showcase” • Achieved the goal of becoming Taipei’s creative hub
  65. 65. • Entry points connected each primary access to invite different users of neighbouring community • Entry as a public space to have a more welcoming feeling to the community P e r m e a b i l i t y o f s p a c e
  66. 66. • Foster social interaction and create a sense of community and neighbourliness • Encourage use and interaction among a diverse cross section of the public • Hiding garden inside create a sense of privacy L a n d s c a p i n g & C o u r t y a r d
  67. 67. • Spaces between building in the park are used to have public activity that friendly to the community • Created more crowded and cultured environment I n t e r s t i t i a l S p a c e
  68. 68. Thank You P r e p a r e d b y A R E d w a r d ’s g r o u p

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