Visioning Lanjukang

Tourism Masterplan
Lanjukang Island, Riau

Lanjukang island is only about 11 Hectares with maritime potential. Most of local inhabitants are fisherman. Since the location is quite far from main island, we were designed it to be more sustainable and resilient to fulfill their own needs in terms of food, water, and waste management. To generate energy resources, we put wind turbine generator, solar cell on the top of the roof, and micro hydro energy from daily tidal waves. For waste management concept, we categorized it into two main group : organic waste which may be compost and briquette material for cooking purposes and non-organic waste which will be raw material for recycle or upcycle purposes. But, we force the local to reduce plastic usage or another non-organic material by using organic resources such banana leaves as wrapping materials.

In addition, we designed main building in the center of the island as communal space and temporary shelter in case there is natural disaster such high tidal waves or even tsunami since Lanjukang is one of the outermost island in Sulawesi.

Urban
Linkage

Conceptual Ideas
Bandung, West Java

As one of the metropolitan city in Indonesia, Bandung will face numerous urban issue in the next year, such as density. Needs of affordable settlement for millenials and efficient mobility will increase, and vertical living is the best option we have nowadays. Urbanization is unavoidable. Is there something positive about it? Can we take advantage from hyperdensity?

 

We were thinking about generate energy from hyperdensity mobility.  Transit oriented Development (TOD) concept wil provide numerous public transport user and we can generate energy from every footstep from pedestrian by put footstep-generator below material surface at the strategic area. To make it more efficient, we have to connect one building to another and the public transport station to make sure all the resident will use the connector path.