Transformation of a living territory

Shahidan, Mohd Fairuz and Ujang, Norsidah and Hasna, Mohd Fabian (2012) Transformation of a living territory. In: STEdex ‘12: Sustainable Tropical Environmental Design Exhibition. Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia, pp. 168-170. ISBN 2180-0685.

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The concept of Transformation as a Living Territory is inspired by the term of flux. The design creatively plays with the flux movement and its flowing characteristic to link up the existing spaces and water bodies in order to congregate the ecological and human needs. The design also maximizes the appealing of outdoor spaces, turning them into a living territory. It forwards the concept of essential role of water in our living structure, whether visible or invisible. In this design, new community spaces that are clean, pleasant, bustling with life and activities are created for sustainable community. This design stresses on the importance of water supply infrastructure to ensure efficient water system and positively contributes to the social, cultural and recreational quality of urban living for long term benefits.

Item Type:Book Section
Subject:Tropical Environment
Subject:Design Studio
Subject:Sustainable Product Design
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Design and Architecture
Publisher:Universiti Putra Malaysia
ID Code:20171
Deposited By: Norhaliza Zainal
Deposited On:27 Nov 2012 02:26
Last Modified:25 Oct 2014 06:20

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