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  1. 1. Sun Path (Shadow)9am 3pm12pm
  2. 2. Wind Direction
  3. 3. Hydrology
  4. 4. ZoningHotZoneHottestZoneCoolZone
  5. 5. Topography
  6. 6. Biological AttributesPlants and Animalsat The Site-27 acres of tropical greenery nearJalan PJS 7/5-The campus is surrounded by arevived 5.5 acre man-made lake.-A landscape of water plants, trees andfloweringshrubs, and groundcover that providesa rich and stimulating naturalenvironment in the neighbourhood.
  7. 7. Types of PlantsTREESHopeaOdorataSamanea Saman(Rain Tree)EugeniaOleinaBauhinia Kockiana
  8. 8. FloweringShrubs, Annual &GroundcoversLoropetalumGraptophyllum PictumOsmoxylonLineare YellowAcalypha Siamensis
  9. 9. Murraya PaniculataIxora JavanicaLantana Camara
  10. 10. Bougainvillea SpectabilisRuellia CaeruleaAreca Palm
  11. 11. Sprenger’sAsparagus FernBamboo
  12. 12. Foliage PlantsMonsteraDeliciosaCalathea LuteaMorning Glory
  13. 13. Sparrows areusually found atthe site.Animals:Birds
  14. 14. The visual appearance and attractiveness of townsand cities is strongly influenced by its green space.A high quality built environment, thebuildings, roads and public spaces, cannot aloneensure that a town or city is an attractive andappealing place to live and work. The landscape ofparks and green space contribute as much to thequalityof the urban environment as goodarchitecture.Why Green Landscape isImportant?Having an even balance to hardscapes andlandscapes can create the best of both worlds.
  15. 15. Encourage positive impression thatis good place to study ,work and live.Attract the interest of visitorsThe image andattractiveness of Taylor’sUniversity Lakeside Campusstrongly influence people‘sperceptions of a place.
  16. 16. 74856943810 6 107 8 106 7 55 4 201002003004005006007008008a.m.-10a.m. 12p.m.-2p.m. 4p.m.-6p.m.Number of VehiclesCars Buses Taxies Lorries VansMorning - staffs and workers - start their work- students - attend their classes.
  17. 17. 3524811321635 7 60501001502002503008a.m.-10a.m. 12p.m.-2p.m. 4p.m.-6p.m.Number of PeopleStudents Staffs WorkersAfternoon - lunch time.- people - commercial block to have their lunch.
  18. 18. 55%25%5% 15%Percentage of Peoples ActivitiesWalkingChattingDrivingWaitingMost of the people - passing by - just walking.
  19. 19. 60%20%20%Reasons of People Passing ByAttending ClassGoing toBoardwalkGoing Back Home(PJS 7)Mostly students - dropped at the roundabout - enter the universityfor their classes.
  20. 20. Traffic JamToo Dark at Night0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%WeaknessesPeoples Opinions (Weaknesses)Majority of the students - suggest that the roundabout – resized - smaller area- road wider to avoid traffic jam.
  21. 21. Beautiful ViewConvenient forPassengers0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80%StrengthsPeoples Opinions (Strengths)Majority of the students - greenery view of the roundabout area – comfortable- breath in fresh air - morning.
  22. 22. Strengths•Roundabouts were built to save cost and save space.•Roundabouts were built there because it were nearest to AdmissionCentre and Boardwalk.•R oundabout area serve as main entrance.•Plant taller plants to cover the imperfect.
  23. 23. Weaknesses•No corridor between guard house to campus•Skylight of corridor is transparent.•The narrow vehicle path will lead to traffic congestion duringthe peak hour.•The smaller roundabout with fountain is plain.
  24. 24. Opportunities• Build corridor between campus to guard house• Open another drop off and pick up session near bythe academic block• Extend the skylight of corridor and apply 70 % sunblock on the skylight
  25. 25. Threats•The amount of cars increase gradually year by year -- busy& heavy traffic congestion.•The wind will carry the rain into the skylight corridor --shelter provided is useless during the heavy rain.•Student who cannot find a parking lot will just simply parktheir car at clamping zone, thus it blocked part of the roadand causes traffic jam