The major concept of “Green Wave” is inspired by the Yarra river which
was an important resource for the indigenous Australians and its tributaries
were important meeting places between indigenous communities. Therefore,
the Lorimer precinct will turn into a major access point to the city with
a good coordination of various functions. Comprehensive and practical design
solutions for the complex issues of usability, disaster prevention and
sustainability will be simulated and presented with BIM/CIM and VR in this
Melbourne's people have intimate relations with trees.But nowadays,urban
development scale is becoming bigger and bigger. Or Buildings constructed
become higher and higher.Therefore people are lossing interest in the city.
So that we propose the city not only solve the traffic problem like the
tram but also recreate the relationship between the human and the tree.The
city we proposed will bring the people interest in the city and the people
may contact the city like the trees.
As a growing Melbourne extends its carbon footprint, particularly around
food production, our team returns food production back into city life.
This is achieved through proximity and engagement. There are opportunities
for collaboration with a modernised agricultural focused High School, research
and development hub, entrepreneurs and tested businesses.
To increase opportunity for collaboration, sky bridges will link modern high tech and sustainable buildings, and common areas will house both indoor gardens, and technology that optimises sharing information and ideas.
Introducing a wide variety of transportation options; including the light rail line that connects with the existing network; and lightly restricting car permeability to Lorimer will encourage patronage to these alternative options
“Melbourne Ripple” is planned for the extension of the central city Melbourne
to transform former industrial precincts into a series of modern, vibrant
and distinctive areas. The design concept of this plan is inspired by the
Yarra river which was a major food source and meeting place for indigenous
Australians from prehistoric times. Therefore, the major transportation
center will represent the landscape ecology and traditional culture of
Australia. In addition, this plan will apply the functions of BIM/CIM and
VR in the design processes to analysis and simulate the functionality,
sustainability, ecology, and disaster prevention of the redevelopment plan.
ReMelbourne is a redevelopment plan for Lorimer precinct. In this plan, a multifunctional transportation center will be designed by the image of shell spiral. The traffic networks include the highway, LRT, and bus transit are all considered among a background that prioritizes pedestrians and cyclists over vehicles for neighbourhood access. The functions of BIM/CIM and VR will be applied in the design processes to analysis and simulate the transportation and energy consumption in this plan.
For the theme “Extension of the central city Melbourne”, ICE - TECH team
has an idea of designing and planning Fishermans Bend area (especially
focus on Lorimer) following the topic “The Green Revolution of Lorimer.”
Our goal is turning Lorimer into a green area, a flexible place with a
strong connection to Melbourne City and the bay as well as a dynamic, mix
of uses and activities place with high quality environment. This improvement
can make not only Lorimer residents but Melburnians and visitors also love
this city and consider it as one of the world’s most distinct place. It
is a real revolution of Lorimer that changes Lorimer to “Friendly Green”
city. To make that dream come true, we follow the “3R” idea standing for:
RENEW, REFRESH, RELAXING.
審査員特別賞 C David Tseng 氏
（台湾国立交通大学 人文社会学部建築研究課 教授／建築事務所CitiCraft 代表）
作品タイトル ： Connecting People Connecting City
チーム名 ： LET’S JUMP 所属 ： 国立高雄大学 参加国 ： 台湾
“Connecting People Connecting City”は今回拡張される中心都市の主要拠点として既存の商業地区をモダンで活気に満ちた個性豊かなエリアへ一変させます。このトランスフォーメーションはポートフィリップ湾との直結につながり、数万人の人々に住居と仕事を与え、著しい経済成長の追い風となる中、メルボルンの人口急増にも対応できます。本再開発プランではBIM/CIMとVR機能をサステイナビリティ、地球に優しい新規ケーブルカー、および災害防止・対策を解析・シミュレーションする目的でデザインプロセスに適用します。
As a key part of an expanded central city, “Connecting People Connecting
City” will transform former industrial precincts into a series of modern,
vibrant and distinctive areas. The transformation will forge a direct connection
to the bay and accommodate tens of thousands of residents and workers,
driving significant economic growth and accommodating Melbourne’s growing
population. The functions of BIM/CIM and VR are applied in the design processes
to analyze and simulate the sustainability, green transportation and disaster
prevention and solutions in this re-development plan.
First, gather relevant information on public transportation systems and bicycle
transportation system through the Internet, and then draw our ideas on paper,
then use the sketch up to build out our model. We will model transformation
FBX file, and then import the UC-WIN / ROAD simulated traffic flow and flow.
Human culture often develops around river basins, e.g., the Ganges in India.
We propose to develop the harbor region, Fisherman’s Bend, in Melbourne,
where the Yarra River flows into the center, for use as business and residential
amenities and for sightseeing. Buildings, similar in design to those seen
in the United Kingdom, are present in this area. So our design makes reference
to a view on the Thames. However, the water quality of the Yarra River
is poor as it is affected by drainage from factories; the influence of
an improvement in river water quality in the area is predicted by Virtual
This proposal considers maximising use of space by incorporating shared
economy principles and incorporates solutions based on urban planning.
Traffic measures have been developed for the expected high density population
and will grow with the population. Modular design will allow for efficient
maintenance, ensuring that the precinct retains its welcoming green aesthetic.
The overarching goal of this design is to create liveable, sustainable,
high density spaces which grow and adapt with urban growth. The design
is an aesthetically pleasing precinct with a-deeply-thought-about traffic
flow system. Integration of the systems is throughout the precinct and
encourages a healthier, more connected lifestyle.
Features of this work is, 1．Lighting design 2．Landscape change along the
time series 3．Zoning with a sharp that gave a height difference 4．Due to
the formation of the wind of the road, impact analysis of the wind and heat
environment and, inspired by was the indigenous people of Melbourne "Kulin
people", was the nature that once existed attempted to reproduce the modern