& Morning Tea Break
BLOCK 1: INSPIRING LIVING
THE NEW YORK LOW LINE
THE WORLD'S FIRST
The Lowline is a plan to use innovative solar technology to illuminate an historic trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of New York City. The vision is a stunning underground park, providing a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction in one of the world’s most dense, exciting urban environments.
Panel Session 1
CREATING INSPIRING SPACES
As the city developed, more and more green spaces are sacrifice to make space for rapid expansion. How do we utilize or re-adaptive reuse of the available urban spaces for the creation of inspiring spaces? A places where community meet for a purpose, either it is commercial, cultural or leisure activities.
Assc. Prof. LAr. Dr. Khalilah Zakariya
TAMAN TUGU KL
TO CITY & BACK
Calvin Raqeem Jacob
Taman Tugu Kuala Lumpur
The Taman Tugu Project entails the conservation and activation of an urban forest park and the establishment of a national public trust to own, manage and protect Taman Tugu as a public green space into perpetuity. The Trust which has been incorporated as Amanah Warisan Negara (“AWAN”) will also seek to undertake more projects that involve the protection, conservation and/or operations of selected public spaces and heritage assets of national significance – as inspired by the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty or commonly known as the National Trust UK.
FROM THE PAST
LAr. Fong Jeng Jong
As one of the most prosperous cities in the past, the present Ipoh has already become one of the second-tier cities in the country due to the fall of the tin industry. For the past 30 years, development in Ipoh had been slowed down and the youngsters started to leave the town to seek for better living and working opportunities.
However, from 2010s onwards, Ipoh was pinned on the world map once again, this time as one of the most-traveled cities in the world for its delicious food. On the other side of the coin, the huge influx of tourists has caused Ipoh lots of social problems. People start to concern about the planning and how to make Ipoh a better town in the future?
EXPERIENCE KUL REVITALISING JALAN REMBIA BACKLANES
Kuala Lumpur City Hall
The transformation of Jalan Rembia backlanes into artsy little getaways bring life back to areas such as behind Bukit Bintang’s old flats and hotels, which had become choked with rotting rubbish, stagnant water, human and animal waste.
Kuala Lumpur City Hall sees the potential for these backlanes to be economically viable tourism products and is working with the stakeholders in the respective corridors to transform them into vibrant city attractions.
Feature Talk 1
BUILDING URBAN IDENTITY
WITH PUBLIC ART
Take a detour to Iskandar Puteri in Johor the next time you are in the neighbourhood; there are 15 huge bamboo installations that are currently taking shape under the skilful hands of artists and architects from the region. Konstruk is a bamboo installation art project located along the 2km promenade of Puteri Harbour. Utilising bamboo sourced from Pontian in Johor, this project, which is a Khazanah Nasional initiative supported by UEM Sunrise Berhad, aims to promote the sustainability and versatility of bamboo as a building and design material, as well as showcase the creative talent from the region.
Product Talk 1
SOLUTIONS FOR LIFESTYLE URBAN LIVING:
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS FOR
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL AREAS
Lim Kean Meng
Technical Service Manager, MAPEI Malaysia
Community identity is evolving to become more centred around landmarks. Within the context of ambitious visions of urban redevelopment, these are constructed to have a positive influence on the local economy and community culture. MAPEI is proud to play a part in these projects, providing expertise, passion and solutions to optimise the experience for a neighbourhood.
BLOCK 2: DESIGN AT HEART - SPACES
OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Sharing Session 1
MAKING FOREST SEXY!
Curator & Master Planner
The Habitat, Penang Hill
A few minutes’ away from the Top Station of Penang Hill Funicular Railway marks the starting point of the 1.6km long The Habitat nature trail. A trail that meanders below three of the hill’s oldest historic bungalows, and through the entire stretch of The Habitat themed park. Framed lookouts have been carefully created to bring back “The Forgotten Views” of the rolling hills and The Andaman Sea beyond.
This enchanting realm allows visitors to experience Penang Hill’s rainforest at its very best. Several themed gardens charmingly line the way and include the Fern Garden, Butterfly Bank, Fragrant Garden and Ginger and Palm Grove. Planted with a view to delight your senses, visitors are invited to touch, smell, see and hear the wonders of jungle completely undisturbed.
Sharing Session 2
As a landscape designer Inch has an instinctive understanding of space relations which allow him to play with the body and movement. As your journey through his gardens and landscapes you will be presented with views, scents, colour and sound – a result of detailed and architectural plant selections. Each plant has its purpose. Furthermore, by being responsible to our environments and ecology, Inch selects only sustainable materials and enjoys native selections that reintroduce fauna to once lost habitats.
Inch's extensive tropical plant knowledge, innovative ideas and intuitive understanding of space relations has helped him become a highly sought after designer in South East Asia.
12:50 Lunch Break
14:00 OPENING CEREMONY
Something to cheer you up!
LAr. Dr. Suhardi Maulan
Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM)
OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Opening Keynote Address:
CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY CENTENNIAL PARK:
CREATING A FLOOD-PROOF PARK
BY BUILDING IT TO FLOOD
Managing Director, Landprocess, Thailand
Bangkok is sinking. Spilling out across the delta of the Chao Phraya River, the Thai capital was once known as the Venice of the East for its network of canals. The reality is that this city of 20 million people, built on shifting river mud, is sinking at the rate of more than one centimeter a year and could be below sea level as soon as 2030.
Thai landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom designs parks, gardens, green roofs and bridges that address the city’s flooding problem while also reconnecting residents to their natural environment.
Chulalongkorn University Centennial Park plays an important functions for the flood-prone city like Bangkok: it collects and cleans water and reduces the urban heat island. The most amazing part of CU Park? It can hold nearly one million gallons of water during severe floods. (To put that into context, one million gallons is equivalent to an American football field being completely filled with water at a depth of 1.13 meters, or 3.71 feet.) Essentially, Voraakhom has created a flood-proof park by building it to flood.
Product Talk 2
lINEAR SURFACE DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS
IN URBAN AREAS
Technical Director Asia, Hauraton Malaysia
Climate change and urbanization are converging to challenge city drainage infrastructure due to their adverse impacts on precipitation extremes and the environment of urban areas. Linear drainage systems have gained growing interest in recent years, because water ﬂowing over large, impermeable surfaces and paved areas needs to be diverted quickly and directed away from walkways, roads, and building structures to prevent damages. Hear more about HAURATON´s “Linear Surface Drainage Systems” and how it removes excess water from urban landscape areas.
BLOCK 3: DESIGN AT HEART - VISUAL & CREATIVE PROCESS
Sharing Session 3:
AESTHETIC EMOTIONS ACROSS ARTS
Nizamsculpture Studios established since 2012, specialized in sculpture design and build. Sculptures are designed to bring life to the environment and surrounding. The Studio aims to make a difference in Malaysia architecture built environment by installing more sculptures with the believe sculptures will give more depth and meaning to the environment.
Sharing Session 4:
FROM COLOUR-BLINDNESS TO
Jon Cool & Faye Lim
The Rojak Projek
THE ROJAK PROJEK is an initiative by TRP CREATIVES, a social enterprise that focuses on creating positive understanding and awareness by promoting our unity, culture and diversity.
It started off as an idea at the end of 2014 when a lot of negativity surfaced around Malaysia over the past couple of years, which slowly grew as they met new friends to join in on this persistent mission throughout 2015. The beginnings of these efforts were launched on New Years, 2016, for and with our fellow Malaysians to show new, creative and positive forms of how our Malaysian diversity is truly beautiful.
Sharing Session 5:
THE ART OF
Translating his experiences of the city flowing through his brush strokes onto papers, Jerome Liew embraced urban through communal activities. He learned watercolor painting through his encounter with the other urban sketching enthusiasts in the city bits by bits from zero to hero. Jerome Liew is now well know as the watercolor teacher to many through his comprehensive watercolor painting and coffee painting workshops.
*THE ORGANISERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO AMEND THE PROGRAM IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE DIALOGUE
24-25 OCTOBER 2018
Jalan Tangsi, Kuala Lumpur
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21 OCTOBER 2018
2 Days session
2 Lunch and 4 tea breaks
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