Transit-Oriented development (TOD) nowadays is a key word for metropolitan development in an effort to enhance efficiency of inter-modal public transportation system as well as creation of multi-nucleus urban centers. The concept poses challenges when applied to developing countries where TOD development is catered for mid-income use of public transport and the low-income living closer to transport services for their daily commuting, which are cause for attraction as well as challenge to TOD capitalistic property investment. Knowledge on how to develop a TOD in developed countries may not be sufficient in dealing with the landscape of cities in developing country such as Indonesia where the rich and poor co-exist in dual system of formal and informal economy. In this regards contestation of TOD as urban centers may dislocate people from the center when planning is not in inclusive.
Design for Inclusive and Habitable Transit Oriented Development Area
HABITechno is a biennial conference that is held by Architecture Study Program, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia. This fourth event will focus on innovative solution in concept and practice of contemporary technology for housing and settlement development, particularly for low income dwelling in developing country.
Design for Inclusive and Habitable Transit-Oriented Development Area
In developing country, shortage of affordable housing for low-income groups, lack of urban infrastructures and facilities, slums and squatter settlements, as well as urban poverty, are among complex problems that have to be addressed by the government. Increasing housing costs challenge many developing countries households. Next to housing, transportation is the second highest household cost. Accommodating the demand of TOD requires substantial effort by local governments, transit agencies and developers to reframe zoning and other local regulations, identify properties near transit stations for development, and define new housing and mixed-use facilities. A particular challenge is to ensure that housing built within walking distance of transit is available to households of all income levels and provide a greater share of the lower-income households. There is a great potential demand for housing near transit stations; however, there are few developable sites in that the city must be proactive to accommodate income diversity in TOD and to take advantage of the public investment in transit.
TOD promotes high-density development as well as high mobility flow of space in which space, building and infrastructure will be integrated in a complex way to allow for mixed of living, commercial and social space as well as open space to blend together in environmentally sustainability. TOD shall provide a low-stress atmosphere with much lower automobile dependency for the residents, reduction in carbon footprint, stimulation of the local economy, and higher accessibility. The effect of TOD on buildings and transportation can benefit in change in energy consumption per capita. In this regards sufficient daylight, wind flow and thermal comfort, low energy, as well as resilience for fire hazard as well as earthquake will be challenges in the design of buildings, open space in blocks despite spatial mobility experiences and architectural identity. Furthermore, high-density development such as TOD shall consider land subsidence, water regime carrying capacity and promote sustainable use of water.
A significant question for TOD projects in developing country with different culture and behavior is to what degree station areas could function as centers of neighborhood commercial and social activity. Do TOD projects create and preserve mixed-income housing near transit to help local communities respond to the growing demand for housing while providing economic and environmental benefits to households and cities? The ability of local government, investor, transit agencies and local community development organizations are challenged to serve the needs of the many low-income households. Building on lessons learned from other communities, there is an urgent need for envisioning opportunities, obstacles, and lessons of TOD projects, in particular with its development potential, existing urban conditions and local policy tools. The results of this conference are expected to assist governments, city planners, investors, and policy makers to develop a better strategy for building TOD towards sustainable urban development in the context of developing country.
Call For Paper
Extended Abstract Submission (max. 600 words)
As Presenter, you must submit your extended abstract at ConfTool. Registration fee is accounted by number of Papers accepted and second Author may register as “Observer” on their attendance. Best accepted papers would be published by international publisher (TBA). The extended abstract template can be downloaded here.
With ‘Design for Inclusive and Habitable Transit Oriented Development Area’ theme, this conference is designed with four topics divided into several sub-topics that could be developed according to innovation context based on seminar participant’s idea.
- Compact design (incl. mixed-use)
- Inclusive and universal design (incl. difable, aging and gender)
- Resilient design (incl. Health, Hazard, Safety and Security)
- Human Comfort and Behaviour
- Cultural critics
- Social sustainability
Affordable Housing Provision
- Land for housing provision
- Mix-strata housing
- Housing finance
- Institution development
- Community engagement
Building and Environment Performance
- Green Building and Infrastructure
- Renewable Energies
- Urban Microclimate
- Water and soil conservation
- Building performance simulation
- Building Information and Environment Modeling
- Project and Construction Management
- Environmental Mitigation
Registration and Payment
After you’ve registered yourself at ConfTool as participant, make bank transfer payable to: BANK Mandiri KCP Bandung Siliwangi – Bandung, INDONESIA (Swift Code: BMRIIDJA)
US Dollar: DR.Ing.Ir. Heru Wibowo Purbo, MURP, IAI – Acct. No. 130-00-0564603-2
ID Rupiah: DR.Ing.Ir. Heru Wibowo Purbo, MURP, IAI – Acct. No. 130-00-0474754-2
If you have already made the payment, please confirm it by sending the payment receipt by e-mail to email@example.com with subject: [HABITechno4] Payment Confirmation_(your name)
If you register as Student, please upload your Student ID via ConfTool during Participant Registration process.
Early Bird Registration (until 18 October 2019)
IDR 1000KPer Submission
IDR 750KPer Person
IDR 500KPer Submission
USD 200Per Submission
Regular Registration (starts from 19 October 2019)
IDR 1500KPer Submission
IDR 1000KPer Person
IDR 750KPer Submission
USD 300Per Submission
- Call For Paper Announcement: 18 March 2019
- Extended Abstract Deadline: 18 August 2019
- Early Bird Deadline Registration: 18 October 2019
- Presentation Material Submission Deadline: 9 November 2019
- Conference: 16 November 2019
- Full Paper Submission: 16 December 2019
HABITechno4 will invite several keynote speakers from government, practitioner, industry, and academician from local and abroad which has deep knowledge and experience in sustainable housing and settlement development. Besides keynote speakers, HABITechno4 also invites academician community from university and research institution, from industry and government institution, and participant from another field to submit their paper for sharing their knowledge in this conference.
His recent publications include: Azhari Pamungkas, “Haryo Winarso (2018). “Usulan Konsep Lembaga dan Pembiayaan Bank Lahan publik di Indonesia”, Tata loka, Vol 20, No 1 (2018); Haryo Winarso, Delik Hudalah, Tommy Firman, (2015) “Peri-Urban Transformation in the Jakarta Metropolitan Area”s, Habitat International, 49.; Hudalah, D., Woltjer, J,, Winarso, H, (2014) “Gentrifying the peri-urban: Land use conflicts and institutional dynamics at the frontier of an Indonesian metropolis”, Urban Studies, November 6, : John Minnery, Teti Argo, Haryo Winarso, Do Hau, Cynthia C Veneracion, Dean Forbes, Iraphne Childs, (2013),” Slum upgrading and urban governance: Case studies in three South East Asian cities”, Habitat International Volume 39, pp. 162-169.
He is teaching Planning Theory, Housing Policy, Land and Housing Development, Urban Design and Housing in both undergraduate and graduate at the School.
I believe that global warming prevention and pursuit of comfortable living conditions are both realizable at the same time. We are supporting organizations with energy saving and reducing energy consumption of building and in urban areas to create rich natural surround. We are aiming at giving the better environment to our next generation through our experienced skills of energy saving technologies for building and innovative knowledge of energy management technology.
- Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ)
- The Society of Heating, Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan (SHASEJ)
Ph.D. in Engineering
Registered Building Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Japan
Small and Medium Enterprise Management Consultant
1983 - 1987 Urban Planner, Almec Corporation
1987 - 1989 Associate Expert, UN ESCAP
1990 - 1994 National Expert, UN Centre for Regiona Development (UNCRD)l
1994 - 1996 Visiting Lecturer (JICA Expert), Department of Urban and Regional Planning Chulalonglorn University, Thailand
1996 - Present Asscosiate Professor, Department of Urban Enginering, University of Tokyo
1996－2002 Senior Research Advisor, Japan Bank for International Cooperation
2000－Present Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) 'Training Course on National and Regional Development' Project advisor
1999－2002 World Bank 'Cities Alliance' Independent Assessor
2009 World Bank Institute Consultant
2009 - Visiting Professor, Institute of Advanced Studies, the United Nations University (UNU-IAS)
2011, 2015 Asian Development Bank Consultant
2012-2013 OECD Expert
1 Human settlement studies
2 Construction industry development and management
3 Regional science and development
4 Research methodology and design studies
HABITechno 4 International Conference ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development
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Contact person: +62 813-8384-8472 (Irma/Sri)
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