Project Date: April, 2019 (Year 4, Semester 1)
Location: Jombang, Indonesia
Type: Urban masterplan
The Jombang Masterplan seeks to reconnect the city by improving its city pattern, morphology and functional layout. The creation of new public green spaces improves connectivity throughout the city. This not only promotes walkability, but reconnects different precincts of Jombang that once lacked formal relationships. The masterplan caters for rapid population growth within the next few decades, whilst building upon the city's heritage and culture. Ethical principles governed the design concept, particularly the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) - "nobody gets left behind".
Zones and functions
The urban collage (shown on the left) was instrumental in developing the city pattern and morphology. The existing Alun Alun park serves as the central eye and main focal point of the city.
Urban section: transition between mosque, Alun Alun park and Jombang Regency Hall
Urban section: transition between high density residential, mixed-use multi-residential and low-rise residential
Urban transection: the transition of residential typologies
Urban transection: Jombang city
Urban green spaces
Metro railway station hub
Transit oriented development
Alun Alun park