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A PROPOSED PUBLIC MARKET

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • I. Space Programming

  • a. Clients and Users

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  • b. Matrix of Problem Seeking

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  • c. Matrix of Programming

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  • d. Space Requirements

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  • e. Proximity Matrix

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  • f. Adjacency Diagrams

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  • g. Space Allocations

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II. Design Programming

  • a. Design Considerations

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  • b. Design Approach and Concept

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III.Site Selection

  • a. Site Characteristics

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  • b. Multi-Criteria Analysis

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  • c. Conclusion

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  • d. Schematic Site Development Plan

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  • I. SPACE PROGRAMMING

  • a. Clients and Users

Client The congresswoman of Lapu-Lapu city, Aileen Corro Radaza and the Mayor, Paz Corro Radaza initiated building of a new public market in the city. Due to increasing demand of growth on population and tourist, a more accessible and sustainable market is needed for the community. The clients envision is to bring an array of vital and exciting economic, social and environmental benefits to the community and tourists. The government has pledge to provide for the finance and supervision in the construction of the proposed Lapu-Lapu public market. The client also considers the design and function of the building to be sustainable and feasible where it can be applicable and eco-friendly to the environment and

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the users. With this project the clients want to provide more business and job opportunities to the people and could attract more tourists to the island.

Users and Their Needs The major users of the proposed public market are the people of Lapu- Lapu city. Specifically are the consumers, vendors, producers, entrepreneurs and tourists. This project could help the locals in the area through accessibility and provide business and job opportunities to the people. This could help revitalize the city’s economy. With this the locality can offer a safe and sustainable public market for the people. The proposed public market’s benefits are; can improve the societal interaction of the community giving good image and Identity to the community, it can improve the livability of the city, increases the interaction between the rural and urban areas, it can also provide opportunity to the community to show the uniqueness of the place. Aside from the benefit of the community, this could also attract tourist and business opportunities to the town.

b. Matrix Of Problem Seeking

William

         

Pena

Matrix of

problem

Goals

Facts

Concepts

Needs

Problems

seeking

Functions

-Flexibility

- 4171.7

-Green

-Safety and

-Level of

-Easy flow of

sq.m

architecture

security

economic

People

traffic

-Sequential

-Good day

development

Activities

-Sanitary

flow

lighting

Relations

safety

-Functional

-Accessibility

relationship

-Sanitation

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Form

-Flexibility

-Adjacent

-Concourse

-Local

-Sensitivity to

-Efficiency

to National

configuration

Materials

the locality

Site

and cost-

highway

-Sustain-

-Proper

Environ-

effectiveness

road

ability

orientation

ment

-Awareness

-off-zone

-Adaptation

-Green space

Quality

-Local

from

-Flexibility

/Tropical

landslide

 

context

and

flooding

-Flat

terrain

Economy

-Employment

-Highly

-Sustain-

-Job

-Government

-Energy cost

urbanized

ability

opportunities

Intake

-

-Efficiency

- growth in

budget

Sustainability

tourism

Operation

cost

-Business

opportunity

Life-cycle

cost

Time

         

-Growth

-Heavy

-Sustainable

-Familiarity

-Heavy traffic

Past

-Resiliency

traffic in

and adaptive

-Cost

Present

the city

design

effective

Future

-Concourse

-Ingenuity

configuration

c. Matrix Of Programming

Matrix of Program (Hersberger)

Needs

Goals

Requirements

Human

-Safety and security

-Awareness

-Ventilation

Individual and

-Health and sanitation

-Sanitation

-Sanitation

group

-Preparedness

-Walking distance

activities

-Ambience -Wayfinding

-Disaster prof building -Waste management

 

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Matrix of Program (Hersberger) Needs Goals Requirements Human -Safety and security -Awareness -Ventilation Individual and -Health
Matrix of Program (Hersberger) Needs Goals Requirements Human -Safety and security -Awareness -Ventilation Individual and -Health
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Environmental

-Natural ventilation

-Adaptation

-Greenery

Interior

-Day lighting

-Sustainability

-Orientation of the

psychometric

-Reduce noise impacts

-Minimize energy

building

requirements

use

Cultural

-Family ties

-Openness

-Spatial design

 

Societal context

-cultural products

-Green space

-Use of natural materials

Technological

-Flexibility

-Sustainability

-Flexibility

 

Practical and

-Low energy techniques

-Safe environment

-Sanitation

 

Scientific

-Sustainable

 

Requirements

architecture -Security -Water supply

Temporal

-Sustainable

-Resiliency

-Controlled

 

Physical context

development

-Flexibility

circulation

 

-feasibility

Economy

-Job opportunities

-Affordability

economic growth

-Facilities

Fiscal

-Business opportunities

-increase in

-Commercial area

requirements

-Employment

employment growth

-Establishments -tourist growth

-tourist and

Aesthetics Artistic context

-Local and tropical design -Increase use in natural light -Compatibility w/ the interior and exterior

-Sustainability -Used of familiar materials -feasibility

-Using of bright and cheerful colors

Safety

-Access management

-Preparedness

-Evacuation Center

Codes and

-Sanitation

-Awareness

-Zoning

Ordinances

-Security

-Zoning

-Security

 

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Environmental -Natural ventilation -Adaptation -Greenery Interior -Day lighting -Sustainability -Orientation of the psychometric -Reduce noise impacts
Environmental -Natural ventilation -Adaptation -Greenery Interior -Day lighting -Sustainability -Orientation of the psychometric -Reduce noise impacts
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d. Space Requirements

Producers’ stalls

Assembly market sales area

Pedestrian and vehicle circulation areas

Parking Area

Pick up & Drop-off area

Main entrance

Ancillary facilities

Cleaner’s store

Office for the market manager

Livestock sales areas

Slaughter slabs

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Storage areas

Concession Spaces

 

Restaurants

Small retail stores

Convenience Store

Public Toilets

Utility Areas

 

Gen Set

Mechanical/Electrical Room

Water Treatment Area

e. Proximity Matrix

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  • f. Adjacency Diagrams

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CONCEPTUAL BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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ADJACENCY DIAGRAM

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g. Space Allocations

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SPACE

SPACE

PRIVACY

MIN. AREA

  • 1 Producer’s stalls

Public

2 sqm/ desk

  • 2 Assembly market sales area

Semi-Private

328m 2

  • 3 Parking area

Public

13.5 sqm

  • 4 Pick up & Drop-off area

Public

50sqm

  • 5 Main entrance

Public

4sqm

  • 6 Ancillary facilities

Private

25 m 2

  • 7 Cleaner’s store

Private

10m 2

  • 8 Office for the market manager

Private

80m 2

  • 9 Live stocks sales area

Private

100m 2

  • 10 Slaughter slabs

Private

90m 2

  • 11 Storage areas

Private

9sqm

  • 12 Public toilets

Public

2.5sqm/cubicl

e

Concession Spaces

 
  • 13 Restaurants

Public

50sqm

  • 14 Small retail stores

Public

16sqm

II.

DESIGN PROGRAMMING

a. Design Considerations

There are certain points that need to be considered to be able to generate an efficient design. Included in the design considerations are factors that affect the physiological and psychological planning of the development. Presented below are factors regarding the context and form that will affect the development.

o

Site: this pertains to every physical attribute of the site of

the project the project must not exist as a sole development but as part of the whole community

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o Zoning: the organization of areas according to its activity and intensity of use Climate: the general prevalent weather and environmental condition of the location both in small and large scales; this include the prevailing winds and sun path with respect to the orientation of the site Geological Factors: topography and any other factors of the site which relates to the dynamics of the earth Vehicular Access: the accessibility and road networking within the site the traffic flow of the automobiles must be systematic and orderly so as to prevent traffic jams that may cause delays

o

o

o

Form:

o

o

o

o

Circulation: pedestrian and vehicular movement it must accommodate not only private and public vehicles

but also pedestrian as well Structure: a particular building under its general functional

category the plan of the structure must according to its purpose but at the same time flexible to change; the planning must be proactive instead of reactive Enclosure: spaces are defined whether private or private the areas must be grouped and enclosed according to their activities; public and private spaces must not be mixed-up so as not to confuse the users of the structure; the opacity and transparency of the partitions also influence this aspect Image: the overall aesthetic impression of the structure the appearance of the entire development must reflect the different aspects of the user; it must not only appeal to the visuals but also to the physical and psychological comfort of the users

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b. Design Concept and Approach

The main goal of this proposal is to fulfill the public purpose, showcase a community’s unique character and culture while serving its everyday shopping needs. Also, provide multiple public purposes, such as a job creation, helping small entrepreneurs, tourist attraction, and easy access to fresh and healthy food.

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12 _______________________________________________________________________ A PROPOSED PUBLIC MARKET b. Design Concept and Approach The main goal of this

The concept aims to build a Public Market which is convenient for the people at the same time builds a stronger neighborhood, promoting and helping economic development, and limit the expense of providing and maintaining infrastructures in low density environment. This will provide the neighborhood and the city with a public venue for a food market, restaurant, and flexible community space.

The concept is creating a constructive and neutral space for the community. The ideal layout is by transforming the area into a huge frame promoting greenery around the neighborhood. The design will take into many factors such as merchandising, circulation, storage, parking, access, servicing, local context, and servicing.

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III.

SITE SELECTION

a. Site Characteristics

  • 1. Barangay Poblacion

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Sun Path
Sun Path

Site Boundary

Area: 3,640.54 q,m.

  • 2. Barangay Canjulao

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Sun Path
Sun Path

Site Boundary

Area: 4,879.87 sq.m.

  • 3. Barangay Buaya

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Sun Path

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Site Boundary

Area: 4,125.36

b. Multi-Criteria Analysis

Legend:

1- Very Poor (Inadvisable) 2- Poor (Unsuitable) 3- Average (Acceptable) 4- Good (Preferable) 5- Very Good (Advantageous)

   

SITES

Criteria

Site 1

Site 2

Site 3

(Brgy.

(Brgy.

(Brgy.

 

Poblacion)

Canjulao)

Buaya)

Site Information 15%

10.45%

14.45%

13.4%

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Location

Most strategic location of the site that

of the area

3.2 km

1.8 km (1)

4.1 km

 

does not

(0.56)

(0.43)

affect the traffic flow

 

Number of

     
 

Population

potential

costumers

8,486

(0.79)

9,585

(0.89)

10,710 (1)

 

Area

Area of site

3,640.54

4,879.87

4,125.36(0.8

 

in sq.m.

(0.74)

(0.74)

(1)

(1)

4)

 

Site Characteristics 15%

10%

10%

13%

13%

9%

 

Zoning/ Land

Current and projected zoning and land use should be compatible

market

     

Use

3

5

3

 

with the used of the site for a public

 

Safety

     

aspects such

as

 

Operational

and Safety

Aspects

obstruction

in the

vicinity and

4

4

3

 

operational

aspects

 

Inculcate

     

Local and

 

Aesthetic

Value

tropical

design

3

3

4

4

3

 

Utilities a

nd Access 40%

32%

37%

32%

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Site is

     

accessible to

Site Access

vehicles,

3

4

3

pedestrians,

and cyclists.

 

Interference

     

with the

foreseen

Roadway

Conditions

public

market

construction

4

5

4

 

with the

existing road

network

 

Connection

     

into existing,

reliable

Availability of

electrical

Electrical Power

system with

5

5

5

adequate

 

capacity is

preferred

preferred
preferred

Urban Design 20%

14%

14%

18%

18%

14%

 

Reduce

     

noise

impacts, use

of natural

Environment

al Aspects

light and

natural

4

4

4

ventilation

and

landscaping

 

Vacant,

     

Existing Site

undeveloped

5

5

5

Dev't.

land is

preferable.

     
 

Operation of

     

Socio-

the public

Economic

market on

3

4

3

impacts

the

community

community
community

Site Conditions 10%

8%

8%

8%

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Concerns

     

the

Site

Topography

structural

requirement

4

4

4

s

Flooding

An ideal side would not be located within a flood plain of floor-prone

4

4

4

area

 

The site

     

should allow

designs to

Sun

Orientation

take full

advantage

4

4

4

of available

sun angles.

c. Conclusion

The table above shows the analysis of the site selection. This process helped the proponents in determining which site best fit the needs of the project. Brgy. Poblacion is summed up to 81.45% while Brgy. Buaya had a total of 76.4% leaving the Brgy. Canjulao with the highest percentage of 90.45%. Therefore, Brgy. Canjulao City has the most strategic location for the project.

Aside from the results of the multi-criteria analysis, the proponents have inferred on some points that would justify the new location of the Lapu-Lapu Public Market. First, the location of the public market is advantageously situated at the center of the city. It is near to the hotels, resorts, beaches, even government

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offices and commercial establishments. It is accessible to most of the population. There are several public utility vehicles connected to the city. Second, it is the only area where there is vast land which is suitable for the development. Other areas in the city may be considerable with respect to zoning however there is scarcity in land area. Lastly, Mactan has opened its doors for tourism. There are a number of hotels, resorts, beaches, and other tourists’ destinations in the area which makes it profitable. Furthermore, the site in Brgy. Canjulao as the site for a new Lapu- Lapu Public market is a rational decision.

d. Schematic Site Development Plan

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