Nathalie Kartika Putri
1. Identify key high priority community sites along Chao Phraya riverfront such as Schools, Markets, Temples and Hospitals
2. Link these anchor sites to flood – resistant river docks via a raised walkway that navigate the existing conditions
3. Introduce multi – purpose spaces to enable these anchor sites to function as community hubs under flooding conditions
4. Re – condition the riverside fabric using the link as an armature and catalyst to stimulate and support new urban activities and connections.
At selected priority sites along the river corridor where the impact of flooding is addressed the link performs four key recurring actions:
Bridging: The linking of different spaces, programs, contrasting and creating new relationships at different levels.
Shading: Defining new public space, new shared spaces for activities and economies to take place.
Framing: Re-establishing visual links to the waterfront and creating new moments for pausing in the city.
Landing: Incorporating infrastructure with a civic presence into existing streetscapes and urban fabric