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02 Sunda Kelapa - Liyana & Izati

02 Sunda Kelapa - Liyana & Izati

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Published by: sszubir on Oct 16, 2009
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Copyright © 2009Department o ArchitectureFaculty o ArchitecturePlanning & SurveyingShah AlamThe opinions expressedby the contributors areo the individual authorsand are not necessarilythose o the editorialboard or the departmento architecture.This report is compiledspecically or thesubjects o Design,Philosophy and ComputerAided Design. This reportwas made possible withthe support o amilies &riends.
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Developing countries are not without faws.Many cities in the developing countriesstruggles with urban poverty, inadequatehousing, high unemployment, poortransportation, inadequate provision o health care, lack o services, and decreasingenvironmental quality. Jakarta is no exception.Over densication induced by the 8 millionand growing population living in the CentralJakarta, has led to shortage o spaces or living,especially or the poor and rural migrants.Scarcity o living spaces results in squatting,and clashes occurs between the desires o itsrulers to create a model city to display to theworld, and the desires o the poor o Indonesiato seek opportunities within it.Jakarta, a segregated city, where the rich livein exclusive residential communities while thepoor reside in unplanned urban villages orslums. They are the privileged group in societyand the underprivileged poor struggling ortheir own destiny. This duality maniest inspace – ‘center and periphery’ – without anynecessarily related activities.The site or the proposed urban interventionis on the coastal edge o Sunda Kelapa, usedamously or its traditional schooner harbourover the centuries.
We propose a ‘zero discharge city’ that issel-sucient and understands the processo constant adept to the social contextand increasing demand o density. Localcommunities are educated on alternativeapproaches to solid waste management andassisting them in developing new income-generating livelihoods. We chose to providea slum with their own inrastructure (energy,clean water, ood & basic network) throughthe means o sustainable machines (solar,water recycling, etc). The proposal oers aconstant loop o energy, capable o sustaininga growing community through the executiono a megastructure in the orm o the housing.The boat arm will be the community’s sourceo culture and income. Through a culturaland social upgrade, Sunda Kelapa will be thecenter o tourist attraction once again. Withthis proposal both the government and slumcommunities will be in a win-win situation –government gets a quality urban environmentthat encourages tourists visits and the slumcommunity will get their ‘legal’ papers o citizenship, a quality living space and a job.People are prooundly infuenced by thestructures they inhabit – lives are conditionedby the unique atmosphere o each space.(Wigley: 1998)
culture; infrastructure; megastructure; sustainable; urban.

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