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Prof. Dr. Ahmad Bashri bin Sulaiman
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shuhana binti Shamsuddin
Dr Mohamad Syazli bin Fathi
CPD & CCD points:
CIDB = 10 CCD points MIP = 2 CPD points ISM = 2 CPD pointsLAM = 2 CPD points BoE = 6 CPD points ILAM = 2 CPD points
Credit photos: www.digitalmukmin.com
: 23 May 12 (Wednesday)
: Dewan Jumaah UTM KUALA LUMPUR, Jalan Semarak,Kuala Lumpur
Prof. Dr. Christopher PreeceDr. Shreeshivasan a/l ChelliapanDr. Wan Nurul Mardiah Wan Mohd RaniDr. Mohd Khairi Abu HusainDr. Noor Irza Mohd ZakiDr. Rahimah MuhammadDr. Mo
hammed Abdullahi Mu’azu
 Noraini RajabNik Hamidi Nik MustaphaWan Mohd Kamil Wan AhmadAssoc. Prof. Dr. Supiah ShamsudinDr. Syuhaida IsmailDr. Norazli OthmanDr. Samira Albati KamaruddinDr. Siti Uzairiah Mohd TobiKhairul Hisyam KamarudinSiti Nurhuda Abd WahidSharidah IbrahimKarmila Khalid
Tel: 03-2615 4505 Fax: 03-2693 4844
Hajeedar & Associates Chartered Architect S.B.Department of Town & Country Planning (Perak)Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP)Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM)Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM)Board of Engineers Malaysia (BoE)National University of Singapore (NUS)Institute of Surveyors Malaysia (ISM)
Welcoming speech by the Chairman of SUDLiC
The global debate on the adverse effects to the environment created by our citydevelopment has caused concern on how we build our cities and design it sustainably for thebenefit of the present and future generations.
The title of this Seminar, ‘Sustai
nable Urban
Design for Liveable Cities’ is significant and timely considering the current concerns about the
quality of the built environment as emphasized in the Economic Transformation Program of the country. In urban design, we are pursuing the design, planning and streamlining of spacesto provide a framework for societal life. Hence, sustainability exposes the very essence of urban design, where it seeks to achieve durability in the midst of societal change. This meansthat sustainable urban design demands the incorporation of environmental thinking into thecity design process. The essence of sustainable urban design is that it has to be flexible and fitin with societal changes. Developing, designing and laying out the physical environmentsustainably require not only technical and professional skills but it is also a societal task thatinvolves everyone. Although urban design is focused on designing, building and transformingsettlements in line with societal requirements, its main concern is not just about towns orcities but also involved in creating places for humans to live comfortably and pleasantly,where its ultimate goal is to achieve a sense of place for the human settlements.This seminar is bringing together these important concerns that have increasingly beingdiscussed globally, to the context of Malaysia. It is a venue to discuss the need to focus onsustainable urban design in order to create more liveable cities and to create awareness of the importance of urban design for a sustainabl
e future living in line with the nation’s
aspirations to be a developed country by the year 2020.In view of the lack of experts in urban design in Malaysia that would help us to create abetter quality city, UTM feels oblige to provide the necessary training to produce more urbandesigners that would cater to the needs of the industry and the country. I am pleased toannounce that in September 2012, UTM Razak School of Engineering and AdvancedTechnology will offer a new program here in Kuala Lumpur Campus called the Msc. inSustainable Urban Design. This program assimilates the diverse areas of sustainabledevelopment and urban design by collaborating with the allied professionals as well as localand international university partners. The program provides philosophical, technical andscientific knowledge to deal with the current concerns on sustainability and urban design. Iwould like to invite the participants to come and join this program so that together we couldhelp to provide a better future for our cities and hence our future lives. Please also extendthis invitation to your colleagues in your organisations so that with the added value of this
masters’ program, we could help to make a better contribution to the society and the
country through our professions.
Prof. Dr. Ahmad Bashri Sulaiman
Ahmad Bashri Sulaiman is a Professor of architecture & urban design at the Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, UTM International Campus, Kuala Lumpur. Specialisesin architecture and urban design where his pioneering works contributed towards the fieldthrough numerous publications, researches, consultations and teachings nationally as well asinternationally.
Sustainable Cities by Design
Breaking the Silos (re-alignment the future/forward the past)
The nation development in relation to the living environment within cities has beenfragmented into silos such as planning, architecture (as seen from the modern trend locally),landscape, engineering, social aspects, technology, economic and many others. These arewell disintegrated that sometimes we see things like a tunnel vision leading into differentdirections as can be seen in the two allied
architecture and planning. Cities arecontext/platform for interaction, a common place to achieve individual aspiration, context forcommunity development and preservation. Many of the designers, planners and communityleaders fail to see the cities as an integrated whole that comprises of places and spaces of unique characteristics physically, behaviourally, socio-culturally and psychologically that in theend influence our behaviour hence our culture. Designers
(architects) today is far cry fromplaying the role as defined by Michelangelo (16th century high renaissance architect, artist,
inventor, composer, mathematician…), who is knowledgeable in: law, medicine, sciences of 
earth, engineering, mathematics, philosophy,
theology, astronomy, history, politics etc. thatreally reflects the general trend of abandoning the good design principles.
Going back to Brundtland’s report (1987)
“Sustainable development is development that
meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future to meet their
own needs”, therefore there is an urgent need to enhance the skill of those different people
(professionals and layman alike) involves in the environmental planning and design. The needto expose those who are making decision about our environment to aspects of urban designand city development as well as to equip designers with tools to ensure proper holisticconsideration given due attention.
Ar. Chan Seong Aun
Ar Chan Seong Aun graduated with B. Building Science, B. Architecture (Hons) and Master of Architecture (Distinction.) from the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Currentlyhe is the Principal for Arkitek Daya Seni Sdn Bhd and has more than 25 years experience as aprofessional Architect with involvement in various development projects in Malaysia.Ar Chan is also an active member of the Malaysia Institute of Architects (PAM) with records of various positions, the Chairman of Government Liaison Committee, Chairman of ProfessionalPractice Committee, Honorary Secretary and Vice President. He is currently the DeputyPresident of PAM.
In publication, Ar Chan is the author for the ‘Low Energy School Desig
n: A Study of Factors
Affecting Energy Use in New Zealand Primary Schools’ and the co
author for ‘Energy Cost of 
Houses and Light Con
struction Buildings’ and ‘Energy Performance of Buildings’.
Designing Sustainable Buildings Using the GBI Criteria
This presentation introduces what is a green building. It then defines the key criteria used byGBI to evaluate green buildings consisting of energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality,sustainable site planning and management, materials and resources, water efficiency andinnovation.The details criteria for one of the basic tools, the RNC (Residential New Construction) are thenexplained in greater detail including the basis and methods used to illustrate the functioningof the criteria. As there are more than 100 points to explain, only the most important pointsare covered.Finally some of the buildings which have attained the green building index are illustrated toshow how some buildings have attained the GBI rating.
Dato’ Ar. Haji Hajeedar Abdul Majid
Dato’ Ar. Haji Hajeedar Abdul Majid graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic, United Kingdom
in 1972 in Architecture, majoring in Urban Studies and Conservation. He started hisarchitectural profession in an architectural firm in Brighton, U.K before joining the UrbanDevelopment Authority (UDA) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as Architect (1973) and ending asDeputy Director (1978). He was awarded the Ahli Mangku Negara (AMN) by Yang diPertuanAgong in 1978. In 1974 he was awarded Certificate of City Planning from
Japan. In 1978 Dato’
Ar. Haji Hajeedar set up his own firm, Hajeedar and Associates Sdn. in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.As one of the active members of the Malaysia Institute of Architects (PAM), he was also a pastPresident of PAM for years 1985-87 and had been one of the members to initiate the AgaKhan Foundation For Islamic Architecture in 1980. Among other involvements he was thearchitect advisor to Kuala Lumpur City Hall and the architect member on the MalaysianBoards of Engineers, Planners, as well as Advisory Council for National Culture.Due to his projects in the Maldives, he was made the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Maldives in Malaysia. In education, he is an academic panel member and Adjunct Professor tothe School of Architecture University Putra Malaysia, also participates as External Examinerand part time lecturer at UTM, IIUM, UiTM, USM and LICT. For his works in conservation andrestoration, he was awarded the Penguin Prize by the Norwegian Government in 1985. Hewas conferred Darjah Kebesaran Sharafuddin Idris Shah (DSIS) by DYMM Sultan Selangor
Darul Ehsan in 2009 with the title Dato’.
What is Sustainable Urban Design for Liveable Cities?
The proposed keynote address shall examine the meaning of Sustainable Urban Design forLiveable Cities within any given context, the application of planning policies and theanticipated results. There are many interpretations and perspectives to this subjectdepending on specific circumstances. The issue would include consideration between abstractemotional values and material values, basic human values versus global technology, etc.The process for providing sustainability may be universally similar but shall vary within thesame objectives, factors, laws and criteria for control. Questions on awareness, relevance andappropriateness of urban design strategies for liveable cities must be holistic, comprehensive,and thorough, since different cities, cultures, and climatic conditions require differentstrategies. The policies and plans must be people oriented. The growth of Kuala Lumpur asthe capital city of Malaysia from its birth at the confluence of two rivers up to the currentbusy and dynamic existence can be an
appropriate example for discussion.

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