URBAN TRANSFORMATION IN THE CONTEXT OF CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN BANDUNG, INDONESIA

HAFIZ AMIRROL 25209022

Presentation Structure

Literature Review

Urbanisms by Nic Clear and Ian Borden (2009) in Bartlett Designs: Speculating With Architecture London: John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Analysis & Discussion

Proposed Methodology

Research Frameworks

Background

CONCEPTION OF THE MODERN CITY Rationalized Planned Functionally Serviced Zones Classified

IDEAS OF SCIENTIFIC PLANNING SYSTEM
Deterministic Driver of City Planning and its Growth

The Rationalists Urbanism

Modernists/ Rationalists Urbanism of the 20th Century

Form of Technological Development Industrial Production Zoning/ Land Use Based - Icon of the Capitalist City

Phenomena in Central Bandung

What Makes a City Pleasurable?

ELEMENTS THAT ARE BEING IGNORED Pleasure Delight and Happiness Mnemonic Meanings Fun and Cheerful

WHAT MAKES A CITY PLEASURABLE?
Qualitative and Experiential Nature of the City

Propositions: Performing the City

Move away from the Modernists/ Rationalists Legislative Planning and Design Methods Maps out Tactics to Address Urban Territory that Resists the Totalizing Functionalists Concepts from Modernity Introducing the Concepts of ‘Irrational’, Ephemeral and Speculative through Changes in Design Practices and Approaches

Suggest Particular Transformation and Augmentation Phenomena of the Urban Landscapes Propose New Logics that Underlies Value Systems that is not Prescriptive and Reductive

‘PERFORMING THE CITY’

What are the Points of the Propositions?

Alternative Methods in Suggesting the Urban Condition In Addressing and Promote Values Of Social Organization the are Liberating and Celebratory

Shift of Perspectives and Design Approaches; Focusing on Social and Cultural Practices

Re-addressing the Whole Idea of Needs New Forms of Symbolic Cultural and Social Values Adaptive and Sensitive New ‘Interface’ Replacing the Machinic Capitalist City Responsive and Reflexive Greater Levels of SelfSufficiency and Autonomy Intelligent and Sustainable

Performance of the City: an Analysis

METHODOLOGY PROCESS

USER METRIC FRAMEWORK Review of Existing Data and Literatures Interview with Stakeholders Parametric Survey

PARAMETRIC SURVEY

Cultural Complexity Technological Density Metropolitan Index Hyperactivity of the City Demographic Growth Patterns

Parametric Survey
Measuring the complex cultural composition based on: 1. Numbers of language or dialects used per sq.m 2. Numbers of cultural practices difference per sq.m

CULTURAL COMPLEXITY

Cultural Practice and its Complexity

Parametric Survey
Assessing usage of of technology by dwellers based on: 1. Numbers of wireless hotspots per sq.m 2. Users of Facebook/ Twitter/ BlackBerry/ iPhone per sq.m

TECHNOLOGICAL DENSITY

Technology Usage

METROPOLITAN INDEX

Quantifying globalization impact index on the city: 1. Numbers of Starbucks/ McDonalds/ Circle K, etc. 2. Idea per sq.m by the mapping of creative practices

Creative Practices

Parametric Survey
Understanding daily practices by measuring: 1. Frequency of traveling and commuting patterns 2. Speed of movement and commuting per hour

HYPERACTIVITY OF THE CITY

Traveling and Commuting Patterns

DEMOGRAPHIC GROWTH PATTERNS

Demographic impact on varying socio-economic conditions: 1. Fertility rates or number of births per sq.m 2. Health impacts and mapping of diseases per sq.m

Varying Socio-economic Conditions

Frameworks

Frameworks

References

Urbanisms

by Nic Clear and Ian Borden (2009) in Bartlett Designs: Speculating With Architecture London: John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Architecture of the City
Project Zagreb: Transition as Condition, Strategy, Practice

by Aldo Rossi (1984) Cambridge: MIT Press

by Eve Blau and Ivan Rupnik (2007) Barcelona: Actar

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