Location: DKI Jakarta, West Java, Indonesia
Type: Zoo Landscape
Area: 147 Hectare
Taman Margasatwa Ragunan (TMR) is a fauna conservation area along with flora animal habitat located in the city of Jakarta. This conservation institution has become one of the leading tourist attractions in Jakarta. Unfortunately, the potential of TMR still requires optimization through creativity and design innovation, being the background for Mr. Anies Rasyid Baswedan as the Governor of DKI Jakarta to hold a “Design Competition for Margsatwa Ragunan Area” with the aim of making TMR the best conservation area and park with a prosperous animal collection.
Building Urban Refuge for edge species: A Renewal is a concept of a shelter for animals that are evolutionarily extinct with limited relatives and threatened with extinction. Taman Margasatwa Ragunan will become an education center, conservation, and recreation that focuses on the harmony of life between humans and flora and fauna. By prioritizing welfare where animals have a decent environment and under their natural habitat
The Master plan Concept for Taman Margasatwa Ragunan:
- Green & Blue Area (Existing)
The basis of planning is to maintain as much of the tree area as possible and make the most of the lake area.
The division of the main zone is done by dividing three main functions, namely the general zone, the zoo zone and the zone of management/service.
- Access, Connectivity, and Parking
Access, connectivity, and parking arrangements adjust the traffic conditions around TMR and the potential for congestion that occurs especially during peak days.
- Visitor Circulation
Circulation of visitors in the zoo is divided into 3 types based on the level of activity density and road width.
- Service Circulation
Service circulation is organized with a focus on access to each animal exhibit by minimizing the occurrence of crossing with visitor circulation.
Joseph Fredrik C.
Ivanka Desyra S.
David Jeffry N.
Flora & Fauna Specialist Team
Branding & Graphic Team
Cheryl Christy H.
Bernadette Febriani S.
Environment Specialist Team