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International Finale - Architectural Category

RE-STACK!

Old areas in a city are often left behind and not noticed. Various problems that arise such as spatial density, physical quality, and social status are some of the things that are often neglected in this old area. Cibadak area was chosen as the location for rearrangement while still paying attention to the locality of […]

Old areas in a city are often left behind and not noticed. Various problems that arise such as spatial density, physical quality, and social status are some of the things that are often neglected in this old area. Cibadak area was chosen as the location for rearrangement while still paying attention to the locality of the site. So, what can be done to rejuvenate an old area to strengthen identity from becoming obsolete?

The site is located in Cibadak, Bandung, Indonesia. It is well known as the biggest wholesale trade area in Bandung city. There are three main problems regarding to the site:

1. Spatial Informality
This problem leads to unregulated development of the site, making ragged space.

2. Breathing Space
This problem leads to the lack of presence of green areas.

3. Inactive Areas
This problem leads to concentrated activities in only one particular area that leads to security issues.

This design aims to create a lively neighbourhood by connecting the disconnected alleyway from the streetfront. To make it more playful, the stacking method was used as rearrangement of the existing housing units.

Using three main strategies for solving the problems, Re-Link, Re-Stack, and Re-Empowerment, the design solves the three problems with a new regeneration of Cibadak Area, creating a new local identity in this place.

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Old areas in a city are often left behind and not noticed. Various problems that arise such as spatial density, physical quality, and social status are some of the things that are often neglected in this old area. Cibadak area was chosen as the location for rearrangement while still paying attention to the locality of the site. So, what can be done to rejuvenate an old area to strengthen identity from becoming obsolete?

The site is located in Cibadak, Bandung, Indonesia. It is well known as the biggest wholesale trade area in Bandung city. There are three main problems regarding to the site:

1. Spatial Informality
This problem leads to unregulated development of the site, making ragged space.

2. Breathing Space
This problem leads to the lack of presence of green areas.

3. Inactive Areas
This problem leads to concentrated activities in only one particular area that leads to security issues.

This design aims to create a lively neighbourhood by connecting the disconnected alleyway from the streetfront. To make it more playful, the stacking method was used as rearrangement of the existing housing units.

Using three main strategies for solving the problems, Re-Link, Re-Stack, and Re-Empowerment, the design solves the three problems with a new regeneration of Cibadak Area, creating a new local identity in this place.

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