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  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • We pre-empt questions to be raised surrounding why the cultural elements are located where they are, and are these the best locations?
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
  • You need to verbally state that there is an overlap for culture and park district.
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    • 1. Bandar Malaysia Kuala Lumpur A Smart Community for a Global City Ed Baker, Broadway Malyan Simon Babes, SKM
    • 2. 3 The Design Team
    • 3. 5 Bandar Malaysia The Centre of KL Bandar Malaysia in relation to wider city landmark and future development -Strategic location -3.5 km to Golden Triangle -Views to the city landmark -1.5 km to River of Life project -3 km to TRX -Largest land bank in the city centre -High visibility from major highways -Good accessibility Kuala Lumpur’s New Icon
    • 4. 6 Bandar Malaysia Surrounding Context Bandar Malaysia TRX
    • 5. 7 Site Analysis Surrounding Context KLCC TowersMenara KL TRX Site
    • 6. 8 A Rich History Context
    • 7. Copyright & IP Broadway Malyan 2013 SMART COMMUNITY?
    • 8. The Big Idea
    • 9. Bandar Malaysia will be the catalyst to make Kuala Kumpur one of the top 10 most livable cities in the world.
    • 10. 12 Kuala Lumpur at #45
    • 11. 13 How does Kuala Lumpur become a top 5 city?
    • 12. 17 City Comparison
    • 13. 18 The Power of Quality of Life and Attracting Talent
    • 14. Un-safe Expensive Congested Too Hot No Arts Scene No cycle lanes Polluted Unplanned No live music No sidewalks No shade What does Kula Lumpur mean to you? become a top 5 city? Car dominated Few play areasLess clutter
    • 15. As a new community at the centre of Kula Lumpur it can set the tone for what a truly 21st century Malaysian city can be.
    • 16. The Big Idea
    • 17. 23 A Catalyst for Innovation
    • 18. SMART OBJECTIVES OF BANDAR MALAYSIA
    • 19. Bandar Malaysia’s Eco System:
    • 20. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Future City 5. Livable 6. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 21. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Future City 5. Livable 6. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 22. Connected TOD/ Connected/ Urban/ Convenient/ Prime Location/ Last Township in Downtown KL/ HSR connectivity/ Digital Connectivity
    • 23. 29 Towards Thailand Towards Singapore BANDAR MALAYSIA TERMINUS NUSAJAYA TERMINUS SINGAPORE STATION NEGERI SEMBILAN JOHOR 1 MELAKA M ULTI-STOP SERVICE – 120 m ins EXPRESS DIRECT – 90 m ins JOHOR 2 ` Possible High Speed Rail Stations towards Singapore Connected City
    • 24. High Speed Rail Gateway
    • 25. High Speed Rail Gateway
    • 26. 3232 Connected City Objective 1
    • 27. 33 Bandar Malaysia A Multi-Modal, Transit Orientated Development To promote green transportion and allow for human scaled street
    • 28. 34 Transit Orientated Development A Multi-Modal, Transit Orientated Development
    • 29. 35
    • 30. 36 Human Scale, Pedestrian Friendly Streets A Multi-Modal, Transit Orientated Development
    • 31. Transport Planning for a SMART City 37 • An opportunity to change behaviours at the design stage – a catalyst for change • Move away from dependency on private vehicles; Prioritise public transport • Learn from world cities, apply global standards and guidelines, tailored to Malaysia • Identify relevant policies to support strategy; an appropriate mix of the carrot and stick measures
    • 32. Transport Orientated Development (TOD) 38 • Promote the use of Public Transport for both internal and external trips by • Higher density land use located close to high capacity PT nodes • PT networks and facilities that are attractive to use (high capacity connectivity) • Allocate PT modes road capacity • Bus lanes • BRT alignment • Control parking (price and supply)
    • 33. Mode share – Public vs Private in London 39
    • 34. 40 Mode share – Public vs Private in KL • Bandar Malaysia can demonstrate how to: • Encourage walking & cycling • Reduce car trips, especially for short journeys • Reduce dependency on the private car
    • 35. 41 Innovative Solutions
    • 36. Safe and Convenient Cycling 42
    • 37. Embrace BRT 43
    • 38. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Livable 5. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 39. Diverse Cosmopolitan / Integrated / Eclectic / Amenity-rich / Choice / Facility centric / Independent / Mixed development/ Malaysian
    • 40. Diversity of Place Cosmopolitan / Integrated / Eclectic / Amenity-rich / Choice / Facility centric / Independent / Mixed development/ Malaysian
    • 41. 47 Diverse A Multi-Modal, Transit Orientated Development
    • 42. 48 One City, Many Elements Objective 6
    • 43. 49
    • 44. Diversity of Place
    • 45. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Future City 5. Livable 6. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 46. 5252 A Hub of Creativity and Innovation Talent Rich / Cultural blend / Creative / Vibrant and Dynamic / Best of Malaysia / Public Art / Expression of individualism / Youthful / Media-rich / Incubator / History & Heritage
    • 47. Creative Industries
    • 48. 5454 A Hub of Creativity and Innovation Objective 3
    • 49. High Speed Rail Gateway District
    • 50. Home of the Arts Objective 3
    • 51. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Future City 5. Livable 6. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 52. 5959 Future City Safe / Modern / New / Advanced / Future-oriented / Organized / Digital/ Smart / Future Proof / Quality of life
    • 53. 6060
    • 54. 6161 Digital Services – 3 Levels of Design
    • 55. 62 Urban Operating Model
    • 56. 63 Pervasive Public WI-FI
    • 57. 64 Digital Events Tour Guide
    • 58. 65 Digital Culture Centre
    • 59. 66 Civic Scale Smart Metre
    • 60. 67 Crowd Sourced Urban Agriculture
    • 61. 68 Interactive Art
    • 62. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Future City 5. Livable 6. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 63. 7171 Liveable Home / Family / Comfortable / Flexible / Relaxed / Quality of Life / Safe / Comfort / Community/ Affordable/ Inclusive
    • 64. 72 Quality of Life
    • 65. 1. Connected 2. Diverse 3. A Hub of Creativity and Innovation 4. Future City 5. Livable 6. Sustainable Bandar Malaysia’s SMART Objectives:
    • 66. 7777 Sustainable Sustainable / clean / natural / green / efficient / walkable / public spaces & open parks / GBI & LEED / water efficient / low carbon / waste management / pedestrian friendly
    • 67. 78 Sustainable GBI Township Possible Points • GBI Platinum will be targeted for the master plan. • LEED Platinum will be considered for certain districts
    • 68. THE SMART PLAN
    • 69. 80 Site Condition Perception of being next to the cemetery but at the same time gives large amount of green space ‘island’ site – bounded by 2 highways and railway Existing topography Generally flat land Existing industrial site High end residential
    • 70. 8181 Urban Design Framework Preserving topography Preserving existing topography Rail Line
    • 71. 8282 Urban Design Framework HSR Preserving existing topography Rail Line HSR
    • 72. 8383 Urban Design Framework MRT MRT MRT
    • 73. 84 Urban Design Framework Green Network GREEN LUNG Value through the Open Space
    • 74. 85 Urban Design Framework Green Network GREEN LUNG Connecting Green Network to the Wider Context
    • 75. 8686 Urban Design Framework Street Pattern Efficient parcel size with potential to be divided into smaller building plot
    • 76. 8787 Urban Design Framework HSR and MRT station FAR 4.0 Maximising development around TOD
    • 77. 8888 Urban Design Framework Maximising Value
    • 78. 8989 Urban Design Framework View Corridor View corridor and hilltop view View to Petronas Towers View to TRX and KL Skyline
    • 79. 9090 Urban Design Framework Landmark Buildings Focal buildings HSR Landmark Towers Iconic Mosque Idea Store Community Hall IMAX BEAM Tower National Library Aerospace Museum
    • 80. 9191 Urban Design Framework Character Districts THINK PARK
    • 81. 92 Urban Design Framework Character Districts THINK PARK
    • 82. 94 Concept Master Plan Illustrative Plan N
    • 83. 95 Concept Master Plan Illustrative Plan N BEAM District Gateway District Bandar Heights Community Hub Innovation and Creative District
    • 84. 97 Building a Smart Community
    • 85. 98 Building a Smart Community
    • 86. Thank You