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  • 1. Element of Built Environment Case Study By Yee Algel, Thun Shao Xun, Leong Shun Qi and Yvonne Chin.
  • 2. Urban Stadium Merdeka
  • 3. Urban? • High population density • Well developed • Mostly commercial building • Majority are high rise building
  • 4. Stadium Merdeka • A sport stadium • Located at Jalan Maharajalela, Kuala Lumpur. • Building where Malaysia's declaration of independence on 31 August 1957.
  • 5. Infrastructure Well developed and completed infrastructure such as: •Street light •Flyover •Traffic light •Monorail •etc
  • 6. Landscape and Nature • very little landscape and nature are available • Concrete jungle
  • 7. Sub-urban Bukit Jelutong
  • 8. Bukit Jelutong • an upscale suburb of Shah Alam • mostly low-density bungalows and duplex and terrace houses • developed by Guthrie Property Holding Berhad (GPHB), a subsidiary company of Sime Darby.
  • 9. Buildings • Commercial buildings. • Industrial buildings. • Residential building.
  • 10. Infrastructure • Bus-stop • Road sign • Traffic light • Recreational area • Etc.
  • 11. Landscape, Space and Nature •Bukit Jelutong has abundance of beauty landscape and nature. •The space of this area is well organized. 11
  • 12. Example of nature and landscape
  • 13. Rural Kampung U6 • Kampung U6 is located in Shah Alam near the previous airport, Subang airport. • Near our suburban area, Bukit Jelutong • Traditional kampong or small village. • Population approximately 1000 people. • Less developed compare to urban and sub-urban area.
  • 14. Buildings Mostly are old buildings. • • Don’t have any renovation. • Some are in poor condition. • Only a few commercial buildings • Mostly are hardware shop • Not much educational or any • religious building Can’t find any particular parking lot.
  • 15. Infrastructure • Rarely found due to the less development from the authorities • Roads, electricity supplies, telecommunication and other infrastructure services are limited in all rural areas • • Some of the infrastructure are in poor condition. The bus stop shown in the figure is in poor condition.
  • 16. Infrastructure Only a few infrastructures such as •Traffic light – ensure the driver won’t crush into other cars at junction •Street light – ensure the cars driven at night won’t involve in accident •Signboard – show the direction to somewhere •Bus stop – accommodate the resident to everywhere •Chevron (Arrowhead) – remind the driver to drive carefully
  • 17. Space, Nature and Landscape. • Rural areas have more empty and undeveloped lands • These lands are remain nature. • Most of it are still forests and even plantations • Due to less development, there are a lot of rocky road