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  1. 1. Element of Built Environment Case Study By Yee Algel, Thun Shao Xun, Liong Shun Qi and Yvonne Chin.
  2. 2. Urban Stadium Merdeka
  3. 3. Urban? • High population density • Fully developed • Fastest growing metropolitan regions in the country, in terms of population and economy. • Mostly commercial building • Majority are high rise building
  4. 4. Stadium Merdeka • A sport stadium • Stadium Merdeka was constructed from 25 September 1956 to 21 August 1957 • Located at Jalan Maharajalela, Kuala Lumpur. • Can fit the capacity about 25,000 • The stadium where Malaysia's declaration of independence on 31 August 1957.
  5. 5. Infrastructure Well developed and completed infrastructure such as: • • • • • • • • • • • • Street light Bridges in Kuala Lumpur that connects with outstate which enable citizens to travel in a shorter distance that can avoid traffic jam Underground tunnel help to control the amount of the car and also the flow of the traffic. Internet in Kuala Lumpur is much more faster than rural area Flyover Water supply system Traffic light Monorail MRT (Under Progress) Proper sewer Public transportation etc
  6. 6. Landscape and Nature • Less landscape and nature are available • Concrete jungle • Emission from motor vehicles and construction work • Less greenery • Transportation everywhere
  7. 7. BUILDING • A building is a man-made structure used or intended for supporting or sheltering any use or occupancy • Building is defined in many aspects as 'a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place • Types of building-1 Agricultural buildings 2 Commercial buildings 3 Residential buildings 4 Educational buildings 5 Government buildings 6 Industrial buildings 7 Military buildings 8 Parking and storage 9 Religious buildings 10 Transport Buildings 11 Infrastructure 12 Power Stations
  8. 8. BUILDING in KUALA LUMPUR Stadium Negara Plaza Lowyat Pudu Jail Petaling Street SJK(C) JALAN DAVIDSON High Class Condo
  9. 9. SPACE Definition: Space is the boundless three-dimensional extent in which objects and events have relative position and direction
  10. 10. SPACE • • • • No greenery will be seen in Kuala Lumpur All the space in KL almost fully developed Worst traffic jam in office hour Cause a lot of accident due to improper road
  11. 11. Sub-urban Bukit Jelutong
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. Buildings • Commercial buildings. • Industrial buildings. • Residential building.
  14. 14. Infrastructure • Bus-stop • Road sign • Traffic light • Recreational area • Etc.
  15. 15. Landscape, Space and Nature • Bukit Jelutong has abundance of beauty landscape and nature. • The space of this area is well organized.
  16. 16. Example of nature and landscape
  17. 17. 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.
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19. 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.
  20. 20. 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
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. Comparison between Kampung U6, Bukit Jelutong and Stadium Merdeka.
  23. 23. Buildings Kampung U6 Bukit Jelutong Stadium Merdeka Scattered arrangement Well organized Well organized but packed Old, classic design Modern design. Modern design. No high rise building A few high rise building Mostly houses and industrial building Abundance of high rise building Mostly houses and some shop lot Only commercial building
  24. 24. Infrastructure Kampung U6 • Least • Less developed only basic infrastructure such as street light and sign board. Bukit Jelutong • More • Well developed Stadium Merdeka • Most • Well developed with all kind of infrastructure.
  25. 25. Landscape and Nature Kampung U6 Bukit Jelutong Stadium Merdeka Has most landscape Numerous of landscape Little of landscape Most land are undeveloped Only few land are developed Most land are developed mostly remain natural. Man made landscape and natural. Man made landscape
  26. 26. Space Kampung U6 Bukit Jelutong Rural area Sub-urban area A lot of space Stadium Merdeka Fewer space than rural area Only little space are used for industrial building and houses Some space are used for houses. Urban area Least space compare to rural and sub urban area Most space occupied by commercial building