The word ALUN ULIN derives from Sundanese (West Java Ethnic) words; “Alun-alun” (City Square) and “Ulin” (Play). ALUN ULIN focuses on transforming spaces and attitude towards neighborhood area through child-centred approach.
ALUN ULIN is a Co Design action involving local children as Playground Co Designer in their local area. With ITB 90 as the main sponsores, Sahabat Kota has the opportunity to create the first movement in Taman Tongkeng (Tongkeng Park), Bandung, Indonesia. The project started in November 2012 with a 3 days Co Design workshop with local children, and then translated in a form of Tongkilit Kingdom of Play by ALUN ULIN designers and finished in the beginning of March 2013.
The development of the co designed playground in Taman Tongkeng has created a new kind of interaction in Taman Tongkeng (Tongkeng Park). The numbers of children playing and taking care of the park is now increased, and the new playground has created a stronger bond between the local society and the park.
It seems everyday and every hour the new playground has invited children and parents to come out and play.
Aulia Amanda Santoso
Muhammad Hajid Annur
Mohamad Rizky Ardiansyah
Childrens of Kelurahan Merdeka
Photographer and Videographer
Nabila Adani Putrindra
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