Monday, March 29, 2010

037 - Perancang Bandar Malaysia Era Millennium



Foto menunjukkan sebahagian dari Pegawai Perancang Bandar Malaysia di era millennium...

Monday, March 22, 2010

036 - TEKA BANDAR (1)..NAMA BANDAR???



RM20/- untuk sesiapa yang dapat meneka nama bandar seperti yang ditunjukkan oleh foto ini:...... untuk 2SBW-JBPW-FAB-UTM sahaja. Yang pertama memberikan jawapan yang betul sahaja.


........Sebuah bandar yang sibuk dengan saiz penduduk 15 juta, terletak di suatu teluk. Sebuah bandar pelabuhan, pusat perdagangan & cultural. Mengalami pembangunan yang pesat ‘boom’ selepas negaranya merdeka pada 50 tahun lalu (dekat-dekat sama Malaysia merdeka). Bandar yang mengalami perkembangan paling pesat. Salah satu ‘world's fastest growing cities’. Menghadapi rebakan bandar ‘urban sprawl yang chaotic, dan sesak; Kekurangan infrastructure untuk pelancongan, penuh dengan ‘kumpulan religious and ethnic yang kompleks’. Jalanraya senantiasa mengalami kesesakan yang teruk, pemandu banyak yang tidak berdisiplin dan blackouts di bangunan dalam bandar kerap dihadapi. Bandar ini mempunyai Museum, Theatre, Market yang terkenal dan banyak juga kawasan pantai yang indah yang boleh diterokai............ Lagi clue,...bandar ni bekas ibu negara. Dek kerana mengalami sprawl yang teruk, trafif jam dan terlalu compact, tak boleh berkembang lagi, Kerajaannya membina satu bandar pentadbiran baru..ala-ala Putrajaya gitu, di bahagian tengah negaranya. Bandar pentadbiran baru ini (Bermula dengan huruf A) berkonsepkan .......intelectual garden city.... dikatakan (ye ke!) salah satu dari pada lima bandar terancang yang yang terindah di dunia..Semua Urban planner perlu tahu. Uprgade your urban planning knowledge..

Jawapannya:
..." L a g o s was the former capital city of Nigeria but it has since been replaced by Abuja. Abuja officially gained its status as the capital of Nigeria on 12 December 1991. Today, the word Lagos most often refers to the urban area, called "Metropolitan Lagos" in Nigeria, which includes both the islands of the former municipality of Lagos and the mainland suburbs. Lagos State government is responsible for some of the utilities including roads and transportation, power, water, health, and education. Lagos City has a considerable amount of high rise buildings which makes up its skyline. Most of the tall buildings are located in around the downtown Central Business District. Lagos is a huge metropolis which originated on islands separated by creeks, such as Lagos Island, that fringe the southwest mouth of Lagos Lagoon, protected from the Atlantic Ocean by long sand spits such as Bar Beach which stretch up to 100 km east and west of the mouth. From the beginning Lagos has spread on the mainland west of the lagoon and the conurbation, including Ikeja and Agege, now reaches more than 40 km north-west of Lagos Island. There are Lagos Outskirts like Ikorodu, Epe and Badagry and recently more local councils have been created to bring the total numbers of local government to 56. The city is the economic and financial capital of Nigeria.
It is hard to believe that Lagos, Nigeria's biggest, busiest city with a population of roughly 15 million and counting, had its origins as a small Yoruba settlement. Spread over several large islands on a vast lagoon (hence its name) and the mainland near the Gulf of Guinea, Lagos is Nigeria's principal port and its commercial and cultural centre. The former capital grew to prominence when it was 'discovered' by the Portuguese in the late 1400s and became a central trading post for the area, also serving as a major hub of the slave trade. When the British annexed the city in 1861, they effectively put a stop to the slave trade, but took control of the trade and industry of the area. Once Nigeria gained independence in 1960, Lagos experienced a boom, which swelled the city's population and today, Lagos is one of the world's fastest growing cities with a full and complex tapestry of religious and ethnic groups.The sprawling city is chaotic, crowded and lacks any major tourism infrastructure. Most visitors come here for business and there are few sights in the tourist sense. Streets are congested, drivers are maniacal and blackouts are common. However, the convoluted history of the city, and Nigeria as a whole, contributes to its exotic flavour. Lagos has an interesting National Museum, National Theatre, several markets and some decent beaches to explore
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Friday, March 19, 2010

035 - GAMBARAN BANGUNAN fakulti alam bina B12 YANG TENGAH NAK SIAP PADA APRIL 2010 NANTI??





Apa pandangan pelajar...mengenai bangunan baru B12-Fakulti Alam Bina, UTM Sekudai.



Any Comment???.................











Thursday, March 18, 2010

034 - Motivasi lagi..Menjadi Remaja Hebat - TIADA EGO




Sifat ego adalah penyakit batin. Bagi remaja ia sering mencabar diri – kerana ego adalah suatu yang dialami dalam proses bagi mematangkan personaliti. Ianya adalah abstrak atau maknawiyah, yang tidak dapat dilihat dengan mata kasar. Namun tetap dapat dikesan melalui tanda-tanda lahiriah pada sikap seseorang itu. Atau dengan kata lain, sifat ego itu ada manifestasi atau implikasinya. Hindarilah bersifat ego. Ia adalah anak-anak tangga menuju riak, bangga diri, bodoh sombong, lupa diri, berlagak, ‘self-centered’, fikiran materialistik, & dibenci orang. Di antara ciri-ciri ego itu adalah seperti berikut :-
1. Menolak Tuhan - Inilah peringkat paling tinggi keegoan manusia.
2. Menolak dan tidak mahu menegak kebenaran.
3. Tidak mahu menerima pendapat atau nasihat orang lain.
4. Sukar untuk tunduk kepada peraturan dan perintah ketuanya.
5. Sering sahaja bercekak pinggang sebagai gambaran membesar diri.
6. Payah hendak bertegur sapa kecuali kalau orang lain mendahuluinya.
7. Isi perbualan atau percakapannya sering saja melebihkan diri.
8. Selalu berwajah serius dan masam - Ditambah pula dengan sikap yang sukar mesra.
9. Sangat memilih kawan terutamanya di kalangan orang yang setaraf sahaja.
10. Sangat mudah tercabar oleh kebaikan orang lain.
11. Mudah menjadi marah terutamanya kalau orang lain yang membuat silap, lebih-lebih lagi kalau kesilapan itu tertimpa ke atas dirinya.
12. Kalau dia terbukti bersalah sangat sukar untuk meminta maaf.
13. Tidak boleh ditegur atau tidak mahu menerima teguran.
14. Sangat suka dipuji malah sentiasa menunggu-nunggu sahaja akan pujian orang kepadanya.
15. Sangat suka berbahas. Dalam perbahasan pula sering meninggikan suara.

Kepada Remaja – perlahan-lahan hindari ciri-ciri ini satu persatu jika mampu sesegeranya, hari kehari....tahun ke tahun hingga ke titiknya.

033 - Sibuk ek.....



Saya berada di Perak menghadiri Konvo Universiti Pendidikan Sultan (UPSI) Idris Tanjung Malim dan tugas-tugas lain di Rawang dan Kuala Lumpur. Kerja-kerja Studio output 5 perlu disiapkan dan dipamerkan pada hari Isnin, 22hb Mac 2010 sebelum pukul 9 pagi di Studio. Permarkahan akan dibuat oleh setiap penyelia studio pada hari tersebut. Pastikan beberapa perkara dilengkapkan (ada pada panel anda):


1. 'Theme' dan Vision statement. - Jelas dan mudah difahami.

2. 3-5 Objektif statements. - Merujuk kepada 'physical - Social - Economic - Environmental components'.

3. Bubble diagram idea asas - dengan merujuk theme dan vision. - Simple dan relevent.

4. Pelan konsep. - Menunjukkan semua components yang dicadangkan.

5. Senarai Catalyst projects (+ improvement untuk sistem jalan dan lot rumah). - Di mana, bagaimana, & berapa???.

6. Pelan Detail (dalam bentuk master plan) berformat yang betul (colour, text, notation etc.) - mesti berskala, layout yang jelas + ada elemen landskap. Format kertas A2++. - Perlu sempurna.

7. 'Design guidelines' untuk butir-butir tertentu - menjelaskan no. 5 dan 'theme' keseluruhan. - Samaada Rajah, illustrative, sketch, gambar atau pelan khusus (atau gabungan diantaranya).


Sekian, Selamat menyahut cabaran.... semuga dapat menghasilkan idea terbaik, rasional dan praktikal...dan berkualiti.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

032 - SUBURBAN VILLAGE DESIGN - STUDENT WORK IN SKETCH-UP

OVERALL KONSEP OK, TAPI PERLU FIKIRKAN DETAIL...
Theme: Suburban Homestay Village - Quality Living.
.........(tema kurang menonjol but still OK!!...related)

video

Tahniah Kepada - EMINENCE ALLIANCE CONSULTANT

group member:

  • Nurliyana Rusli
  • Norazam Sulaiman
  • Lau Meng Ling
  • Nur Shuhaida Azemi
  • Nurul Aisah Khiyon

Tahun 2SBW 2007/2008 UTM Sekudai. Johor

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

031 - Some Examples of Students work on Suburban Village Concept










...............................................Inspiring your innovative and creative minds
Be Rational.. Be Practical.. & Be Excellence...

030 - Data Analysis Presentation Result - Assessment by Lecturers



WORKBASE KG. PERIGI ACHEH
Presenter 1 : 366 points
Presenter 2 : 355 points
Presenter 3 : 350 points
TOTAL : 1071 points

WORKBASE KG. TANJUNG LANGSAT
Presenter 1 : 364 points
Presenter 2 : 340 points
Presenter 3 : 349 points
TOTAL : 1053 points

WORKBASE KG. PASIR GUDANG BARU
Presenter 1 : 361 points
Presenter 2 : 362 points
Presenter 3 : 386 points
TOTAL : 1109 points

......Well done. Semua OK, Tingkatkan usaha.

Monday, March 1, 2010

029 - “Suburban village” model and its components



The suburban villages concept is valuable as it encourages human scale design features, higher densities, environmental improvements, mixed use and opportunities to use transit instead of the car. New developments based on the suburban villages concept offer a choice of housing and lifestyle and potentially an improvement in quality of life. The concept could be appropriate to areas around the City provided developments are well-planned and compatible with their surroundings.

Physical components
An suburban village is designed with a mix of uses and activities. Buildings front onto the streets and densities are generally higher. The streets are connected and provide direct routes. The community size allows housing, jobs and services to be within walking distance of each other. A diversity of housing types accommodates a range of income levels, a mixed commercial and residential main street and a pedestrian-friendly layout with an emphasis on public spaces.

Social components
Within a suburban village, opportunities for meeting other residents are an important part of the village concept. Services such as the corner store, post office, schools and coffee shops are located in the community and within walking distance of homes. Housing for a variety of ages and socio-economic groups is inter-mixed to encourage the interaction of different groups.

Economic components
Employment, retail uses and community services are located within the community with the aim of reducing travel and building on the benefits of social interaction. Businesses that can provide a range of job types help to maximise local employment opportunities.

Transportation components
A suburban village includes a layout which encourages walking to work, shopping and services. A suburban village may have a transit centre as a focus so that residents are not dependent on car transport. Bicycle paths and direct footpaths encourage non-motorized transport.

Environmental components
An ample supply of open space, parks and green areas provides a pleasant natural environment. The emphasis on transit, walking and cycling helps to reduce the use motor vehicles.


......Kaitkan komponen ini kepada penyataan vision dan objektif dalam mencetus idea yang bernas.

028 - Writing a Compelling Vision Statement in Suburban Neighbourhood Planning


A vision statement is a vivid idealized description of a desired outcome that inspires, energizes and helps you create a mental picture of your target. It could be a vision of a part of your life, or the outcome of a project, plan or goal.
For projects, plans and goals, the vision statement should focus on the desired outcome of the project/goal at its completion date. Here are some guidelines for writing compelling and powerful vision statements:



- Summarize Your Vision in a Powerful Phrase.

- Take as Much Space as You Need.

- Your Vision Statement Should Describe the Best Possible Outcome.

- Make your Vision Statement Emotional.

- Add Sensory Details to Your Vision Statement.

Some examples:

“ Creation of a well-designed, family focused and inviting pedestrian-oriented destination served by multi-modal transit, and providing healthy, varied community- and visitor-serving uses for the families and residents ”.

" To build a true “suburban village,” a self-sustainable community “where people can live, work, shop and entertain within the area in order to achieve smart-growth vision for strengthening the community “.“

“ To create the dynamic mix of commercial, employment, residential and open space uses thats will result in quality developments in promoting higher densities, support transit, reduce automobile trips, and preserve the natural environment “.

"To create market-oriented land development towards collaborative, replicable models and processes that balance economic viability, environmental health, social equity and cultural vitality”.

“ To develop as an inspirational neighbourhood benefiting both people and the environment, now and in the future by integrate beautifully designed natural, public, private and commercial spaces into a pedestrian friendly, mixed use community for young families, active adults and seniors”.

“ Makes sustainable living easy, attractive and affordable, creates a high quality of life while enabling residents to live within the ecological limits, striking a balance between economic prosperity, social responsibility and environmental”.

“ To create community connections, diversity, vitality and convenience within the area with sufficient and varied housing supply, access to public transportation and reduced vehicular traffic“.

“ To create a place to live and work where there is less dependence on automobile transportation and to create connections between people, places and the environment where people are connected to the land and to each other ; where the environment truly is sustainable with community gardens, recycling, composting, gray water systems, and solar siting all are encouraged and flourish “.

....thinks more and you visualize better.