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URBAN FARMING: RECONNECTING PEOPLE AND URBAN NATURE

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URBAN FARMING: RECONNECTING PEOPLE AND URBAN NATURE

  1. 1. URBAN FARMING : RECONNECT PEOPLE AND URBAN NATURECase Study : High Density Area of Cikapundung Fringes in Plesiran BandungALDISSAIN JURIZAT1000352ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENTFACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
  2. 2. Are youhappy?
  3. 3. Are youunhappy?
  4. 4. INDICATIONFRESH AIRACTIVITYPRESSUREVEGETABLES
  5. 5. RESULT
  6. 6. WHAT DO YOUSEE ABOUT THISCITY?
  7. 7. HIGH RISEBUILDING
  8. 8. HISTORY
  9. 9. RETAIL
  10. 10. DID YOU EVERSEEN THIS?
  11. 11. OBJECTSTUDY
  12. 12. 1. Poor water management2. Underutilized fertile land3. The air is not fresh and polluted4. Temperatures are generally high5. The less amount of open space.ECOLOGYCONDITION
  13. 13. 1. The residents average incomeis lower to middle level.2. Residents daily needs aresuplied by the market. Especiallyfood like a vegetables, fruits, andherbal of nature product.Most of residents areelementary and juniorhigh school graduates,but has creativity tobuilt cultural centre,and painting centre.ECONOMYCONDITIONEDUCATIONCONDITION
  14. 14. WHAT IS THESOLUTION?
  15. 15. URBANFARMING
  16. 16. Urban farming is a chain of industries that produce, process and sell foodand energy to meet the consumer needs of the city. (FAO)Urban Farming also contributes to saving the environment with waste management and create acleaner city with the implementation of 3R (reuse, reduse, recycle) for the management ofmunicipal solid waste.WHAT ISURBANFARMING?
  17. 17. Urban farming offersimmediate benefit toresidents through thefulfillment of qualityfood needs likevegetables, fruits,tubers, etc.The residents do not have to worry aboutharmful substances contained in the plant.This way, the residents becomes consumersand also producers of their own food.IMMEDIATEBENEFIT
  18. 18. Safe water systemBiodiversity conservationReducing PollutanProduce OxygenINDIRECTBENEFIT
  19. 19. Urban Farming in Hanava, CubaUrban Farming in Mathere, KenyaURBANFARMINGIN THEWORLD
  20. 20. Vegetables in Made Market, Surabaya, fromurban farmingUrban farming in JakartaUrban farming in Bandung Urban farming in BandungURBANFARMINGININDONESIA
  21. 21. Application of Urban Farming CITYCONSTRUCTED SPACE OPEN SPACEGREEN OPEN SPACE NON-GREEN OPEN SPACEPUBLICURBAN FARMINGPRIVATPARK CITYGREEN LAND ROADFLOODPLAINSYARDVERTIKAL GARDENROOF GARDEN
  22. 22. ECOLOGY ECONOMY EDUCATION
  23. 23. ECOLOGY ECONOMY EDUCATION
  24. 24. CONCLUCIONAspect StrategyStrengthening InternalIntegrated Community Developmentwith stakeholderApplying urban farming in BandungApply a good policy fromgovernment to increase urbanfarmingExternal development Strengthening green customer• Residents in the high densely area ofCikapundung River Fringe has a desire to begreen customers or consumers who obtainfood from natural sources directly.• Urban farming also indirectly beneficial asgreen open spaces that serve the city includecreating ecologically green, creating a balancebetween the constructed area and thevegetation area, to protect the water system,conservation of biodiversity, reduce pollutants,producing oxygen, solar radiation control, andproviding environmental education to children.• Implement urban farming in denselypopulated areas, need to be strengthenedinternally and strengthened the externaldevelopment.
  25. 25. RECOMMENDATIONImplementation TechniquesImplementation steps for realizing the idea of urban farming is based on:​​1.Identify potential application and development of urban farming in the city according priority2.Gradual approach (gradually) to community leaders as the beginning of the partnership with thecommunity.3.Consultation and dissemination whole urban farming program that will be implemented4.Doing mechanism with communities in monitoring the implementation of urban farming5.Mobilization to residents to implement agreed programs.6.Conduct periodic evaluation mechanism.Executive Source of Funds ProgramsInstitute for the potential development ofspecific areas of the city under the LocalGovernmentThe allocation of state funds and budgets forthe development of local governmentThe use of organic agriculture as a whole in theland to be developedNon-Government Organitations (NGOs) Submission of a proposed communitydevelopment as a sustainable CSR program (agreat chance to get 3% of the total profit ofthe company in accordance with Law No..27th 2008 on the companys CSR program)Training and implementation of urban farmingto the citizens of the city, as well as the benefitsand advantagesAcademics (students / Universities) Fund low-interest loans from state-ownedbanksSocialization application of urban farming onland that is large enough to later be able toapply at home each resident
  26. 26. THANKYOU

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