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KEY PLAN

LOCATION PLAN

SITE PLAN
State: Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Site Area : 788.59 sqm
Climate : Tropical Rainforest
Current Program : Car Park (RM10 per day)
Land Type : Commercial

Scale 1:200

HISTORY TIMELINE OF BUKIT BINTANG

HISTORY TIMELINE OF BUKIT BINTANG

HISTORY TIMELINE OF BUKIT BINTANG

HISTORY TIMELINE OF BUKIT BINTANG

LANDMARK

ACCESS TO JALAN ALOR

Highway Access

TRAFFIC CIRCULATION

MORNING Vehicle Circulation

TRAFFIC CIRCULATION

AFTERNOON
Vehicle Circulation
Noon Vehicle
Circulation

TRAFFIC CIRCULATION

NIGHT Vehicle Circulation

TRANSPORTATION (Bus)

Walking Distance From Bus Station

TRANSPORTATION (Monorail)

Walking Distance From Monorail Station

TRANSPORTATION (Tourism Bus)

KUALA LUMPUR HOP ON HOP OFF TOURISM BUS


EVERYDAY 9am to 8pm
TICKETING PRICE - Normal RM45( Per day)

THE BEST OUTDOOR FOOD PARK AT NIGHT!


http://www.tourism.gov.my/en/es/experiences/top-25-experiences/3

video

TYPOLOGY

The site
Hotel
Residential

TYPOLOGY

The site
Food

TYPOLOGY

The site
Massage Parlour

TYPOLOGY

The site
Massage Parlour
Hotel

Residential
Food
Mix-Used

SECTION ANALYSIS

Quiet street
-Less pedestrian in
Morning and night.
Lively Street
-Vendor illegally selling good on road side
-Pedestrian scale sense of belonging
-Food smell

Main Street
-Transportation passed by
give a sense of chaotic

Parking Lot
-Max 52 cars to park
from day to night

Lively Street
-Transportation passed by
give a sense of chaotic

Privatization of Public Space


-Vendors set up their stall on
the road causing road blockage
and in sufficient pedestrian walkway.

Inaccessible 5 foot walkway


-Shop owner places the goods
and stalls on walkway causing
Blockage of walkway.

VIEWS FROM SITE

VIEWS TO SITE

VIEW ANALYSIS

HIGH RISE
RESIDENTIAL

PROPOSED
SITE WITH
5 MAX STOREY
HEIGHTS

HECTIC STREET

HIGH RISE BUILDING


FEDERAL HOTEL
TIMES SQUARE

CLIMATE
Sun Path Analysis

Morning (8am)

Noon (12pm)

ANALYSIS
50-60% of the site is shaded by Pokok Angsana
(Pterocarpus indicus) from 8-10am.
A gathering area around 8-10am under the shade is
recommended.

Encourage outdoor activity during morning time.

Afternoon (4pm)

CLIMATE
Wind Direction

Drainage System

Prevailing wind coming from the


east and south

Ponding water on site during heavy rain

VEGETATION (At site)

Angsana Tree
Scientific Name: Pterocarpus indicus
Family: Fabaceae (Leguminosae)

Large deciduous tree


Grows up to 40m tall
2 m in diameter
Dome-shaped crown
Yellow flowers that are faintly fragrant
Bloom for only a day
Rain down the next morning

PEDESTRIAN PATH

PEDESTRIAN DENSITY AND NODES


MORNING (8AM-12PM)

The usual breakfast location


for the locals and elderly to
gather and chit-chat.

Intersection where pedestrians


comes from Jln Bukit Bintang &
Jln Sultan Ismail towards Jln Alor.

Bus stops that are used to cater


the local communities and
foreigners before working hours.

Temporary food stalls that are


set-up on certain time to cater
the community.

Permanent stalls

Junctions

Bus stops

Temporary stalls/vendors

PEDESTRIAN DENSITY AND NODES


AFTERNOON (12PM-6PM)

Stalls set-up to cater the


locals, blue and white collar
workers during lunch hour.

Intersection where pedestrians


comes from Jln Bukit Bintang &
Jln Sultan Ismail towards Jln Alor.

Intersection where pedestrians


comes from Jln Changkat and Jln
Bukit Bintang towards Jln Alor.

Temporary food stalls that are


set-up on certain time to cater
the community.

Permanent stalls

Junctions

Intersection

Temporary stalls/vendors

PEDESTRIAN DENSITY AND NODES


NIGHT (6PM-10PM)

Food stalls busy operating period


as tourists and locals starts to
flood the Jalan Alor street.

Intersection where pedestrians


comes from Jln Bukit Bintang &
Jln Sultan Ismail towards Jln Alor.

Bus stops that are used to


cater the local communities and
foreigners(in and out of site).

Intersection point of pedestrians


coming from Lot 10, BB plaza
and Times Square

Permanent stalls

Junctions

Bus stops

Pedestrian Zebra Crossing

STREET ACTIVITIES Tengkat Tong Shin


DAYTIME (8AM-4PM)

Locals Hangout
Spot
- seating / waiting area
in the morning

Street Cleaning

Food Stalls

- cleanliness maintained along


the street

- breakfast for locals and backpackers (residence


and guesthouses nearby)

STREET ACTIVITIES Jalan Alor


DAYTIME (8AM-4PM)

Daily Chores
- more locals in
the morning

Loading/Unloading
Goods
- limits the car park
availability

Fruit Stall

Temporary Food Vendors

- locals convenience,
but blocked pedestrian
walkway

Dining

- serve locals and foreign


workers, but blocked
pedestrian walkway

- nearly no
customer(morning)
- less customers(afternoon)

STREET ACTIVITIES Jalan Alor


NIGHT (6PM-3AM)

Furniture Setting Up

Stall Setting Up

- Slows down the traffic


flow

- affordable prices on
goods

Temporary Food
Vendor
- variety choices of
street food

Street Performer

Dining

- entertainment for
customers while
dining

- tourists and foodies fill


the food outlets

STREET ACTIVITIES Jalan Bukit Bintang


DAYTIME (8AM-4PM)

Loading/Unloading Goods
- slows down the traffic flow

Ample Taxis

Police Patrol

Selling Goods

- taxi drivers pick up


tourists from hotels

- tourist are ease to get help


from them, high security

- affordable prices on goods

PRIVATSATION OF PUBLIC SPACE

TRAFFIC JAM (Causes air and noise pollution)

TEMPORAL USERS

TEMPORARY TREES ON SITE


LIMITED DESIGN SPACE

PROPOSAL (Expansion of site)

BEFORE 799.65m

PROPOSALS
ISSUE
Lack of gathering places

PROPOSAL
Communal gathering spaces

Social Issues

Annual festive celebration

Temporary Shelter

Diminishing Identity

Soup kitchen

Cultural educational program

TARGET USER
Local community
Tourists
Patrons

Foreign Worker
Homeless
Street Performers

Local community
Tourists

PRECEDENT STUDIES
AUSTIN RESOURCE CENTER FOR THE HOMELESS

SURROUNDING CONTEXT
Before ARCH was build..

Location: Austin, TX
Size: 2,490 m2
Urban setting

The site was a


public parking lot

But due to the increasing amount of homeless around


Austin city..

SITE

RELIGIOUS

ADMINISTRATIVE

COMMERCIAL
LODGING

PROGRAMMES

sleeping rooms

shower rooms

The ARCH is designed to assess client needs, provide


information on how and where to access services, and
emergency needs of homeless adults. It also provides
sleeping areas for homeless people to rest, day or night, and
a Day Resource Center to get out of the elements during the
day.

health clinic

classrooms/offices

SPATIAL LAYOUT

The double height entrance which leads


to the health clinic and computer room.

Men and women gather inside of the


ARCH to charge their cell phone,
computers and to catch up on a nap.

SPATIAL LAYOUT
A large commercial kitchen and dining room that serves
100 meals each night to those staying at the shelter.

The light wells are designed to light up


spaces in that has insufficient amount of
natural light, just to give the feeling of
warmth to the users.

SPATIAL LAYOUT

Sleeping rooms
that sleeps more
than 200 men
each night .

A pavilion-like structure,
and on the roof is the
100-bed
overnight
shelter,
with
a
panoramic view of the
city.

SPATIAL LAYOUT

UNIQUE FEATURES
RAINWATER COLLECTION

The facility included a 13,000 gallon rain water collection system involving a
manifold tank system which supplies to the users of the building.

CAST IN-SITU CONCRETE


Tilt-up concrete frames, which were stackcast on a very restricted urban site, support
two floors of precast hollow-core panels. The
exposed structural framing system allowed
rapid and economical construction.

PRECEDENT STUDIES
THE NEW GENERATION YOUTH COMMUNITY CENTRE

Architects:

RCKa

Location:

Wells Park Road, London,


United Kingdom

Project Year:

2013

SITE

RELIGIOUS

RESIDENTIAL

RECREATIONAL

SURROUNDING CONTEXT // ABOUT THE SITE


1

TNG Youth Community Centre

St. Philip The Apostle Church

Wellspark Residence

Sydenham Wellspark

The site is situated in the center of


a residential area and an open
green space. These spaces
connect to form a dramatic internal
event landscape that resolves
complex site levels, engages and
welcomes visitors, and is alive with
activity and opportunity.

ABOUT THE CENTRE


DESIGN CONCEPT

PROGRAMMES
(as decided by the youth themselves)

wall climbing

cafe

create flexible
building that reacts to
the constant evolution
of demands from its
users.

health clinic

training kitchen

recording studios

IT suites

consistent
structural grid
defining rooms
and wall openings
large open plan areas

outdoor/indoor
games area

SPATIAL LAYOUT

Training kitchen/caf and recording


studio are situated at the lower part of
the building.

Multi
use
open
space, mainly use for
outdoor games.

SPATIAL LAYOUT

Main entrance situated at the


side, which acts as a midlanding, positively connecting
to all building levels.

Breakout space:
- A thermal buffer to the
external heat.

SPATIAL LAYOUT

A large central hall which is wider for


informal performance areas.

Double
and
triple-height
spaces;
creating
different
views between the floors and
rooms.

MATERIALITY
The appearance and personality of the building changes
dramatically, depending on the light and weather, and the
time or day or year.
The interior is lined with exposed
structural timber panels with a
subtle white wash, chosen to add
warmth and to age with use.

Large
open
spaces
can
develop a bright and vibrant
environment.

Reflective foil-faced insulation


beneath the external cladding acts
as a filtering for the sunlight rays,
giving the interior a cozy feeling.

PRECEDENT STUDIES
BABA NYONYA HERITAGE MUSEUM
(local cultural programmes)

ABOUT THE MUSEUM


Opened in: 1986
No. 48 & 50
Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock,
Malacca

It is a living museum, built to revive Malaysias Peranakan


identity and heritage. It is located in Jalan Tun Tan Cheng
Lock, a street adjacent to the Jonker Walk.

To educate the
community/tourists on
the life of Peranakans.

Baba Nyonya
Heritage Museum

Located adjacent to the famous Jonker


Street, TOURIST HOTSPOT.

Various galleries to showcase


the heritage of Peranakans.

Preserved interior/exterior of
the shop house- museum.

CONCLUSION

TARGET USERS

SITE CONTEXT

SITE ISSUE

AUSTIN RESOURCE
CENTER FOR
HOMELESS

THE NEW GENERATION


COMMUNITY CENTRE

BABA NYONYA
HERITAGE MUSEUM

JALAN ALOR
FUTURE
DEVELOPMENT

To implement a diverse
local culture to the site.
Overcome the homeless issue.

Commercial area.

Homeless
Medical officers

Office workers
Volunteers

To adapt the needs of the youth.

Residential area.

Youths

To educate the locals and


tourists on the heritage.

Mixed use;
commercial,
residential and
cultural

UNESCO site

Kids

Locals

Tourists

Tourists
Foreigners
Locals
Youths
Homeless

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