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    Arial view of three cities in Java Island

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    Yogyakarta map

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    Yogyakarta Project Site

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    Yogyakarta Project Clusters

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    Yogyakarta Rain Gardens and Street Section Typologies

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    Semarang Ecodistrict water management

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    Semarang Water System

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    Semarang Project Clusters

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    Semarang Street Section Typologies and Waste Water Treatment

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    Semarang Water Storage and Protection

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    Semarang Waste Water Management

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    Wonosobo map

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    Wonosobo Water System and Urban Pattern

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    Wonosobo Project Clusters

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    Wonosobo Green Economy District

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    Wonosobo Scenarios

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    Warungboto riverside

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    Water forest

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    Settlements

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    Team picture

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    Workshop Brainstorm

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Sustainable Urban Development in Indonesia

The Eco-district Programme, initiated under the GCDP (Green City Development Programme), aims to develop resilience and sustainability of Indonesian cities. Three cities (Yogyakarta, Semarang, Wonosobo) have been selected as pilot with the aim of developing three sustainable ecodistricts. Based on an understanding of the specific context of each site, a spatial framework is defined which connects all interventions into one easily communicable narrative in which the effect of each project is multiplied. This innovative approach envisions a dot on the horizon for a comprehensive and resilient project and invites all stakeholders to participate in reaching this. The effect of each project is multiplied, and this efficiency is the backbone that defines the Eco-district. The programme is nonetheless aligned with existing urban strategic programme.

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Team: Thomas Stellmach, Alessandra Sammartino, Raphael Denneulin, Graham Pugh, Katie Lan Collaborators: BERIM SA; Krill Office for Resilience Cities and Architecture; Institute for Transportation & Development Policy; VRIENS & PARTNERS Pte, Ltd Date: November 2018 - ongoing Type: Public Tender, Commission Client: Agence Francaise de Developpement Location: Wonosobo, Yogyakarta, Semarang (Indonesia) Subject: City & Landscape Planning Surface: ~800ha each Status: In progress