DAY 2: THURSDAY, 25 OCTOBER 2018

09:00

Registration & Morning Tea Break

10:00

Performances

BLOCK 4: URBAN HEALTH

10:35

Documentary

EAT LIKE A RABBIT

Pierre Loisel

 

Pierre Loisel, a French Canadian organic vegetable farmer from Taiwan, shares about organic farming and why you should eat like a rabbit 

10:45

Feature Talk 2

RAMATHIBODI HEALING GARDEN

THE LARGEST ROOFTOP

HEALING GARDEN IN BANGKOK

Kotchakorn Voraakhom

TED Fellow

Managing Director, Landprocess, Thailand

Ecotherapy concept is applied to enhance the therapeutic experience. The healthy environment of the hospital is considered as the crucial component of the healing process. The 2,400 square meter concrete rooftop is turned into the biggest healing garden in Thailand. This healing garden on the green roof is located on the 10th floor of The Somdech Phra Debaratana Medical Centre. The idea of green public space which not only for recreation but also act as the urban green infrastructure that also involves the enhancement of public health in the society. The planning and design provide physical spaces for the users to reconnect with nature. Sunlight, plants aroma, the soothing green view can increase the positive effect on the mental and physical health of visitors. The design focuses on sustainability and incorporates solar cell, zero waste management, zero stormwater discharge and heat reduction to the beneath the building.

10:15

Keynote Address

THE HEALING QUALITIES

OF LANDSCAPE

SIMON MORRISON

DIRECTOR, ICN DESIGN

SINGAPORE

Many people now recognise the value of “landscape” in creating, enhancing and maintaining engaging, inclusive, liveable and

interactive places for people. . .
 

The health benefits of green environments are both physical and psychological  Green spaces have vital roles to play within developments and across cities. A holistic approach is necessary to address the variable and complex needs of individuals and communities.


The diversity and vitality of living landscape (flora) should be harnessed to create character, depth and richness to people’s experience of place.

11:15

Sharing Session 6

HEALTHY LIFESTYLE BY DESIGN

Uta Dietrich

Think City

Cities are great hubs of innovation and opportunity attracting people. However, an urban lifestyle is leading to a variety of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), now being Malaysians’ main killer. Over 65% of adults are not active enough, half have high cholesterol and over a third experience diabetes or high blood pressure. To prevent or manage this group of diseases, people are told to lead a healthy lifestyle. But can they? The design of cities could be seen as immunisation against NCDs.

11:45

Sharing Session 7

MEMOIR OF AN URBAN TREE

Prof. LAr. Dr. Mustafa Kamal Mohd Shariff

Compared to trees growing in their natural environment, urban trees are subject to more stress. Trees growing in cities are generally more exposed to the extremes of temperature, moisture and pollutants. The urban soils they grow in are also likely to be less rich in nutrients. Construction activities and vehicles may occasionally damage the roots, trunks and branches of trees, and development works may reduce the available growing space of existing trees. Trees may not be able to talk, but their appearance and “body language” can inform us about their health.

12:00

Product Talk 3

ETIQA VERTICAL GARDEN

Steven Chu

Executive Director,  Eurodeck Sdn. Bhd.

Eurodeck Sdn Bhd was established in 2006. The company focus is in providing state-of-the–art, Eco-friendly Landscape Engineering products which include sub-surface drainage, outdoor decking systems, green roofs , turf stabillisation, stormwater management system, and vertical planting (green walls).

EURODECK WEBSITE

12:15

Activity 1

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE:

NI SIAP: NATURAL DYE

FROM MANGROVE

Ong Ke Shin
Water Watch Penang

Matang, Perak, Tannin-rich mangrove bark was widely used by fishermen in the past to increase the durability of their clothing and to safeguard their wellbeing under the hot sun while fishing. However, for almost 50 years this techniques has been forgotten by many in the name of modernization. Join us to rediscover this amazing natural dye.

12:45 Lunch Break

BLOCK 5: FROM MILAN TO KL

14:00

Panel Session 2

FROM MILAN TO KL

 

MODERATOR

LAr. Siti Maisarah Salahudin

Get the insight story and hear the experience from the selected Malaysian participants of the OC Summer Camp in Milan, sponsored by Khazanah Nasional under the Design and Arts Residency Programmes 2018.

PANELISTS

1.    LAr. Teng Pe Yang
2.    Ar. Muhammad Qhawarizmi bin Norhisham
3.    Angus Lee Ching Hua
4.    LAr. Khairul Amin bin Mirsa Hussain

14:30

Video Showcase

IFLA2020

World Landscape Architects Summit

For the first time in the history of IFLA, the IFLA 2020 World Landscape Architects Summit will play a leading role in formulating and creating landscape architecture-based solutions, for a brighter future.

IFLA2020 will be the platform where regional delegates can share issues, ideas, and inspiration, to ensure the landscape architecture profession is ready to face the requirements of society, the environment, and urban living, for the next 10 years.

14:35

Sharing Session 8

PENANG GREEN NETWORKS

Sofia Castelo

Think City, Penang

Is George Town a green city? How fare we are compare to the world standard for green networks and open spaces? This study give you an insight of Thinkcity and the Penang State's government effort in connecting the dots.

15:05

Sharing Session 9

ACTIVATE

MR GEORGE 2: NORTHERN SEAFRONT

LAr. Teng Pe Yang

ILAM Northern Chapter Chairman

Get into the grand plan of restoring and upgrading the Penang's Northern Seafront with the plan to open up the seafront to the public, restore the godowns fronting a portion of it, redevelop the dilapidated marina and also restoring the Fort Cornwallis and the moat to create a heritage interpretation centre in the fort.

15:35

Sharing Session 10

MARKING

GEORGE TOWN

Tang Mun Kian

Sculptureatwork

The Marking George Town is a collection of caricatures placed on historic streets of George Town. The concept is related to the history or characteristics of selected streets in George Town by using steel rod caricatures of local cartoonist. It makes the history of George Town interesting and easily grasped by the residents, the young and the old. The Marking George Town is the voices from the people that would reflect the unique character of each location through amusing caricatures and there are total 52 sets of sculpture.

16:15

Product Talk 4

OUTDOORS FURNITURE,

TOOLS FOR TOGETHERNESS

Jeff Lee

General Manager, LECIO

Lecio provides advise on the concepts of leisure lifestyle living that best suite the needs and finding the best solutions for the type of outdoor furniture to meet each requirement;  proven for outdoor use especially in Malaysia’s unpredictable weather.

LECIO WEBSITE

16:30 Coffee Break & End of Programme

BLOCK 6: ROAD TO IFLA2020 - GEORGE TOWN, PENANG

16:45

Activity 2: Hipster/Urban Walk (optional)

Lets get out from the seminar hall and explore hipster and trendy spaces at Downtown KL, made for the urbanites (Choice of visit is based on first come first serve basis, during the registration)

Group 1

Historical

Conservation Walk

(30Pax)

Group 2

Taman Tugu

Trail Walk

(20Pax)

Group 3

Lorong Bandar 13

(30Pax)

Group 4

River of Life

(60Pax)

Group 5

Bukit Bintang

Street Art

(40Pax)

*THE ORGANISERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO AMEND THE PROGRAM IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE DIALOGUE

REGISTRATION DETAILS

DATE

24-25 OCTOBER 2018

VENUE

Kuala Lumpur

Tourism Bureau,

Jalan Tangsi, Kuala  Lumpur

 

FEES
ILAM member: RM480/Pax
Non member: RM550/Pax

LIMITED to 200 Pax

Student: RM250/pax

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REGISTRATION CLOSES ON

21 OCTOBER 2018

 

ENTITLEMENT

  • 2 Days session

  • 2 Lunch and 4 tea breaks

  • ILAM CPD16

  • Certificate

 

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