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Waterfron element

  1. 1. Waterfront <br />PLANNING STUDIO 300<br />-MOHAMAD SIDIQ BIN FAROUK-103704-<br />-NORFADHILAH BINTI SHAHURI-103734-<br />-NURUL SHAFAWATI NABILA BINAMI-103747-<br />
  2. 2. 1.0 definition <br />2.0 type<br />3.0 importance and weakness<br />4.0developing waterfront vission<br />5.0 examples & concept<br />
  3. 3. 1.0 definition<br />Waterfront literally is a  district, the citybordering the water, the harbor area(Echols, 2003).<br />urban waterfront  means  an urban environment inor near the waters edge, such as the location inmajor port areas in the metropolis (Wrenn,1983).<br />Of the two terms  the definition of waterfront is an area or areas located near / adjacent to water areas wherethere are one or several events and activitiesat the meeting area.<br />
  4. 4. 2.0 TYPE<br />mixed-used<br />recreational<br />Type <br />residential<br />working<br />mixed-used waterfront, recreational waterfront, residential waterfront,and<br />working waterfront (Breen, 1996).<br />
  5. 5. IMPORTANCE<br />Contribute to the quality of life in all of its aspects – economic, social, and cultural<br /><ul><li> To develop city as a major commercial and service centre of the East Coast with </li></ul> international- class facilities (eg. Kuantan Town)<br /><ul><li> To project on city as a waterfront city with attractive investment opportunity to further </li></ul> enhance the economic growth and stability (eg. Kuantan city)<br /><ul><li> To establish cities as one of the major tourism centres of the country with international </li></ul> class facilities<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>Appealing leisure and entertainment function in eye-catching (packaged-landscape)
  7. 7. Manifesting nature of post-industrial urban economic development
  8. 8. Increasingly frenetic international territorial competition that cities are involved in within the contemporary global network economy.</li></li></ul><li>WEAKNESS<br /><ul><li>Liveliness on the water quality of public space (not leisure specific)
  9. 9. Decline and decay
  10. 10. Problem with river mouth sedimentation
  11. 11. Destruction of coastal communities and flora
  12. 12. Water pollution</li></li></ul><li>DEVELOPING A WATERFRONT VISION<br /><ul><li>Planning for community involvement</li></ul>Successful waterfront revitalization happens<br />when the community realizes that the waterfront<br />belongs to them<br /><ul><li>Understanding what you have to work with
  13. 13. Developing a vision</li></ul>What is your initial idea about the place will come as a vision to the waterfront design and concept<br /><ul><li>Reaching consensus on the vision</li></li></ul><li>SINGAPORE WATERFRONT<br />Design concept : Necklace Concept<br /> Linking one point to another<br /> point by point<br /> we can return back to the main<br /> point<br />Lifestyle centre of attraction<br /><ul><li>Pub
  14. 14. Lifestyle restaurant
  15. 15. Pedestrian walk</li></li></ul><li>DUBAI WATERFRONT<br />Design Concept: Leisure and Residential<br /> Lot of highest and luxury Condos around<br /> the waterfront<br /> boats park at the jetty while it be <br /> surrounding by the<br /> (attract people to dine while <br /> appreciating the view at waterfront) <br />

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