Gap of NUSA by Ishaq Rochman

Gap of NUSA

The project has released to encore the list of international competition to represent the indonesian archipelago, a sea centre appears and floats to create the synergize context with the ecological footprint and circular economic model of flores island to offer marines activities and adventures that stimulate the heterogenous vista through dynamic, interactive, and representative marine architectural programs and designs for sustainable civilization towards an exoticism movement series of the blue vista.

Supported by complementary aspects including the future development as a gap of the blue-showcase that balanced the window of knowledge, culture, economic, and environment. This strategy responds to and promotes the exoticism and uniqueness of flores ocean today and in the future (below the sea level of labuan bajo’s sea) which forms four cycles: understanding, valuing, caring, enjoying.

This is idealistic ambition of a sea centre design that has the context towards natural rhythm that will affect the attractions and amenities without modifying the landscape or marine biota need to be linked with the carrying capacity concept that measures the level of visitor usage to ensure sustainable development – apply multi-level management approaches within the level of visitors and their activities in a tourism area to organize the boundaries that are adjusted and acceptable with the surrounding.

Maintain a low impact on the intensity of space utilization around the area to optimize sustainable designs and its conservation of the marine habitat. “A set of a dynamic civilization gap with inspirational scenery destinations that reconnected humans with nature towards an exoticism movement series of the blue vistas adventure of the unity in diversity of indonesia’s marine biota heritage archipelago”, states ishaq rochman.

Based on the fluid-sustainability principle, gap of nusa will hug an orchestrate sequence of marine life by optimizing the assets and natural potential of flores ocean to promote the exoticism and uniqueness in representing strength local identity following the city vision in terms of tourism-based education and enhance strides in conserving marine life and feel the wildlife of sea level today and in the future.

However, the sea is the soul, history, and economy of labuan bajo society and community. The chlorophyll cavity pigment designed the gap of nusa structures and built architectural forms through sustainable and self-sufficiency ecosystem for marine biota ecosystems that resistant to buoyancy forces. Source by Ishaq Rochman.