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PROJECT SUMMARY

Vertical informal settlement and waste recycling center

This housing strategy in Jakarta aims to offer an alternative semi-organized structure, addressing people otherwise living in informal settlements that continuously face severe flooding.

At the same time the project promotes waste recycling and thereby helps address a major problem and cause of flooding in Indonesia’s capital of ten million inhabitants, where the congested canal system is jammed with waste.

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Innovative architecture focused on infrastructure for communities
 
“Addresses urban migration in a proactive manner that accepts its specific dynamics” – Holcim Awards Jury
 
Project Entry 2011 for Asia Pacific
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Project Details
Location
Jakarta, Indonesia
Authors
Steven Brunsmann
MAIN AUTHOR
Steven Brunsmann
nunc architects, Netherlands
Johan Krol
FURTHER AUTHORS
Johan Krol
nunc architects, Netherlands
Prizes
Awards
Acknowledgement prize 2011
Asia Pacific
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