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Mazlina Binti Mansor
Assistant Professor

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Dr. Mazlina Mansor is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, IIUM. She has an academic background in Environmental Design (University of Tasmania, Australia), Environmental Management (University Kebangsaan Malaysia) and Landscape Architecture (University of Technology Malaysia). The areas of her research interests include urban public space, urban green infrastructure, human ecology, environment-behaviour studies and cultural landscape and heritage. Her research covers the investigation of human perceptions, be ... show more

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture) - Doctor of Philosophy, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
  • Masters in Environmental Management - Masters Degree, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
  • Bachelor of Environmental Design - Bachelor Degree, University of Tasmania
  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Habitat and Human Settlement ~ Urban Studies - Cultural landscape
  • 2011 - 2014 , Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, IIUM
DESIGN THESIS 2004/2005 2006/2007
INTRO. TO BUILT ENVIRONMENT 2017/2018
INTRODUCTION TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 2004/2005 2005/2006 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018
ISLAMIC APPROACH TO LANDSCAPE ACHITECTURE 2018/2019 2019/2020
LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING 2014/2015
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 2013/2014 2015/2016
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 3 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2016/2017
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4 2011/2012 2012/2013 2014/2015 2016/2017 2017/2018
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 5 2019/2020
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6 2018/2019
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 7 2018/2019
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN 1 2015/2016 2017/2018
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN 3 2011/2012
LANDSCAPE PLANNING 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006
LANDSCAPE RESOURCE PLANNING 2003/2004
LANDSCAPE SEMINAR 2003/2004
PARKS AND RECREATIONAL PLANNING 2011/2012
PRACTICAL TRAINING 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017
RECREATIONAL PARKS PLANNING 2011/2012
SITE PLANNING 2003/2004 2004/2005 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019
SITE PLANNING FOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 2005/2006 2006/2007
TOPICAL STUDIES 2003/2004 2010/2011
In Progress
2018 - Present The Effects of Tourism Activities Towards Natural Resources in Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, Langkawi.
2012 - Present Garden of Knowledge and Virtue (Bustan Al-Salatin)
2012 - Present Eco-Friendly Campus
Completed
2018 - 2018 PROGRAMMING DURING WORLD URBAN FORUM 9: ACTIVATING URBAN SPACES
2016 - 2017 Cultural Mapping of Heritage Trades and Traditional Business in Downtown KL
2015 - 2018 Leisure Time Behavior and Health of Residents in Kuala Lumpur City: Criteria for Urban Public Spaces
2015 - 2018 THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL SUSTAINABLE RIVER ECOLOGY MODEL SYSTEM INTO THE URBAN BLUE GRIDS OF THE URBAN ECOSYSTEM
2013 - 2016 New Model of Islamic Art in Public Spaces in Promoting the Concept of Al-Wasatiyyah for the IIUM Campus : Garden of Knowledge and virtue
2013 - 2014 Modernizing Sekolah Agama Rakyat; An Assessment of Curriculum Structure and Teaching-Learning Methodology in Advancing the Teaching-Learning Quality in the Globalization and Modernization Era
2013 - 2017 Development of Ecological Indicators for Islamic Eco-Campus Environment
2013 - 2016 Assessing the Quality Aspects of Malaysian Parks and Green Open Spaces Using Quality Parks Criteria (QPC)
2012 - 2016 An Ecological-Based Parametric Model for Suatainable Oil Palm Cultivation
2012 - 2015 Green-Health Model for Green Space and Urban Residents' Self-Reported Health
2011 - 2014 RU 2011: Malaysia's First Heritage District: Exploring Methodology to Evaluate Cultural Landscape Heritage Attributes
2011 - 2014 RU 2011: Malaysia's First Heritage District: Exploring Methodology to Evaluate a Heritage District from the Applied Arts and Design Perspectives in Relation to Art, Traditions and Socio-Cultural Elements.
2011 - 2015 RU 2011: Exploring Methodology to Evaluate a Heritage District from the Urban and Regional Planning Perspective
2011 - 2014 RU 2011: Malaysia First Heritage District: Exploring Methodology to Evaluate a Heritage District from the Architectural Perspectives in Relation to Palace, Religious Buildings and Mausoleums
2011 - 2014 RU 2011: Malaysia First Heritage District: Exploring Methodology to Evaluate a Heritage District from the Architectural Perspectives in Relation to Public and residential Buildings
06 October 2016 International Conference on Architecture and Built Env. (ICABE). IKAED and IIUM Entrepreneurship and Consultancies - International level.
19 February 2013 Gold Medal Winning Entry (IRIIE 2013). International Islamic University Malaysia - University level.
Article
2019 Challenges on use of recreational parks in Kuala Lumpur. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries , 24 (1) pp.141-162
2019 A review of project development stages (PLC) in Malaysian landscape architecture industry. Journal of Built Environment, Technology and Engineering , 6 pp.42-49
2019 Exploring methodology to evaluate a heritage district from the architectural perspectives in relation to palaces, religious buildings and mausoleums in Kuala Kangsar district, Perak, Malaysia. Journal of Architecture, Planning & Construction Management , 8 (2) pp.28-42
2018 Coastal reclamation impacts to the quality of life: Tanjung Tokong, Penang. Asian Journal of Quality of Life (AjQoL) , 3 (9 (Jan/Feb)) pp.57-67
2018 Health issues and green space as reinforcement for a healthy lifestyle in Malaysia. Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies (jABs) , 3 (9 (July-August)) pp.69-77
2018 Gen z's activities and needs for urban recreational parks. Planning Malaysia , 16 (2) pp.141-152
2018 Uses and preference of recreational greenspace by women in Kuala Lumpur. Journal of Built Environment, Technology and Engineering (JBETE) , 4 pp.185-193
2017 Does neighborhood green infrastructure (NGI) affect residents’ self-perceived health?. Advanced Science Letters , 23 (4) pp.2770-2773
2017 Design factors contributing to active urban squares in Malaysia. Advanced Science Letters , 23 (7) pp.6068-6072
2017 The benefits of river indicators to assess the ecological status of IIUM Campus. PLANNING MALAYSIA: Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners. , 15 (1) pp.221-228
2017 Appreciation of vertical greenery in a city as public art. Planning Malaysia Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners. , 15 (1) pp.117-128
2017 Discovering the values of the Islamic garden. Asian Journal of Behavioural Studies (AjBeS) , 2 (5 (Jan/Mar)) pp.11-19
2017 Conceptual models of greenspace and health. Advanced Science Letters , 23 (7) pp.6326-6330
2017 The physical characteristics of an Islamic garden: studies of the Andalusian gardens. Advanced Science Letters , 23 (4) pp.2757-2760
2017 The characteristics of the Islamic garden: Lessons for an Islamic garden concept in Malaysia. Advanced Science Letters , 23 (7) pp.6299-6303
2017 Field, light and food: adapting the town square as a leisure gathering space at night. Planning Malaysia , 15 (1) pp.31-44
2017 Design factors contributing to the success of business premises at urban public plaza area. Advanced Science Letters , 23 (7) pp.6127-6129
2016 Urban children’s familiarity and feeling towards nearby nature. Advanced Science Letters , 22 (12) pp.4090-4094
2016 Islamic-themed graffiti: potentials of public art with Islamic attributes. Middle East Journal of Scientific Research (MEJSR) , 24 (2) pp.366-371
2016 “Al-Jamaal” as a concept of Islamic aesthetics: from the perspectives of religion and art. Advanced Science Letters , 22 (12) pp.4245-4249
2016 Space and sociability: mapping Melbourne’s City Square. Asian Journal of Quality of Life , 1 (2 (July/August)) pp.45-56
2016 Disparating the meaning of public space in historic city. International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR) , 4 (6) pp.186-194
2015 The impacts of Seri Tanjung Pinang Coastal reclamation on the quality of life of the Tanjung Tokong Community Penang, Malaysia. Global Science and Technology Journal , 3 (1) pp.107-117
2015 Mapping: a speculative and creative design tool. Creative Space , 3 (1) pp.1-12
2015 An exploration of experts' views on the integration of vertical greenery as public art in Malaysian cities. Alam Cipta : International Journal on Sustainable Tropical Design Research and Practise , 8 (1) pp.85-96
2015 Place rootedness suggesting the loss and survival of historical public spaces. Procedia Environmental Sciences , 28 pp.528-537
2015 Place meaning of the historic square as tourism attraction and community leisure space. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences , 202 pp.477-486
2014 Health issues and awareness, and the significant of green space for health promotion in Malaysia. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences , 153 (1) pp.209-220
2014 Vertical greenery system as public art? possibilities and challenges in Malaysian urban context. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences , 153 (1) pp.230-241
2014 Impacts of coastal reclamation to the quality of life: Tanjung Tokong community, Penang. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences , 153 (1) pp.159-168
2014 Spatial characteristics of urban square and sociability: a review of the City Square, Melbourne. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences , 153 (16) pp.678-688
2014 Determining attributes of urban plaza for social sustainability. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences , 153 pp.606-615
2013 Sustainability of Malay traditional craft and craftmanship as cultural heritage in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Malaysia . Journal of Architecture, Planning and Construction Management , 3 (1) pp.152-170
2013 Approaching vertical greenery as public art: a review on potentials in urban Malaysia. Journal of Architecture and Environment , 12 (1) pp.1-26
2011 Biophilia: residents' connection with green infrustructure in a town. Journal of Architecture, Planning and Construction Management , 1 (1) pp.123-145
2011 Biophilia: residents’ connection with green infrastructure in a town. Journal of Architecture, Planning and Construction Management , 1 (1) pp.123-145
2010 Experiential contacts with green infrastructure’s diversity and well-being of urban community. Asian Journal of Environment Behaviour Studies (2) pp.33-48
2009 Diversity of green infrastructure network and cognitive well-being of urban residents. Habitat Magazine, Special Edition pp.44-47

Conference or Workshop Item

2019 A review on pre-development project stage in Malaysia landscape architecture industry. In: The 6th Putrajaya International Built Environment, Technology and Engineering Conference (PIBEC 6) 2019
2018 Experience of recreational greenspace according to women in Kuala Lumpur. In: 4thd Putrajaya International Built Environment, Technology and Engineering Conference (PIBEC4)
2017 A survey on issues and needs of recreational public spaces in Kuala Lumpur. In: Persidangan Kebangsaan Masyarakat, Ruang dan Alam Sekitar MATRA 2017
2017 Agricultural park characteristics and its functions for visitors. In: UMRAN 2017 National Landscape Architecture Seminar
2017 Green and open space of low cost housing area for residents’ well-being. In: UMRAN 2017 National Landscape Architecture Seminar
2016 Identification of design factors that contribute to the success of business premises at public plaza in urban tourism areas. In: 12th NAPREC Conference Proceedings
2016 Design factors contributing to active urban squares in Malaysia. In: International Conference on Architecture & Built Environment (ICABE 2016)
2016 Patterns of Gen Z's leisure time behavior and their needs towards urban recreational parks: A review. In: 3rd International Conference on Youth (ICYOUTH 2016)
2015 Place rootedness suggesting the loss and survival of historical public spaces. In: The 5th Sustainable Future for Human Security (SustaiN 2014)
2015 Residents’ self-perceived health and its relationships with urban neighborhood green infrastructure . In: The 5th International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security (SustaiN 2014)
2015 Vertical greenery as public art: the public’s perspectives. In: The 6th International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security (SUSTAIN) 2015
2015 Analysing the meaning of Dataran Pahlawan as a ‘new’ public space in a historic city of Melaka. In: SENAVAR-INTA VAN 2015
2014 Spatial characteristics of urban square and sociability: a review of the City Square, Melbourne. In: AMER International Conference on Quality of Life (AicQoL 2014)
2014 Dilemma in the preservation practice of traditional Malay houses. In: The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2014
2014 An Islamic perspectives on public art : a case study of Laman Seni 7,Shah Alam. In: International Conference on Sustainable Urban Design for Liveable Cities (SUDLiC 2014)
2013 The experience of diversity in open spaces of two historical towns in Malaysia. In: ASEAN Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies
2013 Diversity as the physical correlate to open space's experience in two historical towns. In: ASEAN Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies (AcE-Bs 2013 Hanoi) Hanoi Architectural University, Hanoi, Vietnam, 19-22 March 2013
2013 Identifying cultural landscape components in the district of Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Malaysia. In: 2013 ACLA International Symposium
2013 Meaning of a public place: a story of Padang Pahlawan. In: 2013 ACLA International Symposium
2012 Green infrastructure as green health promotion agenda for urban community. In: International Conference on Islamic Built Environment
2011 Green infrastructure in cities and towns in Southeast Asian countries: quest for research. In: 2nd International Seminar on Sustainable Urban Development (ISOSUD 2011)
2011 Islamic philosophy in the pedagogy of landscape architecture: case study on studio-based subject. In: 1st IFLA Asia Pacific Region Symposium on Landscape Architecture Education (SOLARE 2011)
2011 Teaching Islamic perspective of sustainability in landscape design studio. In: 2011 International Conference on Creativity and Innovation for Sustainable Development
2011 Islamic philosophy in the pedagogy of landscape architecture: study on studio-based subject . In: 1st IFLA Asia Pacific Region Symposium on Landscape Architecture Education (SOLARE 2011)
2009 The Significance of Green Infrastructure Experience to Cognitive Well-Being of Residents in Small Town. In: International Symposium of Green City

Book

Book Section

2018 Patterns of gen Zs' leisure time activity and their needs towards urban recreational parks: a review. In: Youth: partners in nation building - selected readings Institut Sosial Malaysia (ISM) . ISBN 9789675472305 , pp.103-111
2018 A review on the values of Islamic garden in response to a garden design in Malaysia. In: Sustainable future for human security society, cities and governance Springer . ISBN 978-981-10-5432-7 , pp.251-261
2015 An introduction to urban green open space in Malaysia. In: Urban Public Space in Kuala Lumpur IIUM Press . ISBN 978-967-418-373-8 , pp.1-20
2015 Recreational public parks in Kuala Lumpur. In: Urban Public Space in Kuala Lumpur IIUM Press . ISBN 978-967-418-373-8 , pp.34-45
2015 Landscape perceptual theories and humans, aesthetics preferences for natural world. In: Aesthetic in Built Environment: Reconciling Culture, Sustainability and Ecology IIUM Press . ISBN 978-967-418-330-1 , pp.14-27
2015 Experience of green spaces as nature in the urban environment. In: The Life of Place: Spaces Place and Narratives IIUM Press . ISBN 978-967-418-332-5 , pp.96-114
2011 Islamic viewpoints on sustainability of greenspace . In: The Green Culture of Islam IIUM Press . ISBN 9789674180683 , pp.83-90
2011 Personal bonding with nature in a city. In: Stewardship: The Quest for a Sustainable Landscape IIUM Press . ISBN 978-967-0225-66-1 , pp.55-70
2011 Landscape architecture and the creation of a community. In: Nurturing nature for man IIUM Press . ISBN 9789674181284 , pp.84-94
2011 Behaviour observation as a strategy to understand greenspace. In: Visioning Malaysian landscape IIUM Press . ISBN 9789674180539 , pp.58-67
2011 Minimizing the impacts of coastal reclamation to the environment. In: Tourism and architecture IIUM Press . ISBN 978-967-418-131-4 , pp.12-18