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University Of Indonesia

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+ Flores Vernacular Architecture

LEGEND

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+BukuBukan

+ Publication/ Exhibition

Competition

+ Laras Arc Magazines

Awards

Professional Work

Academic Work

Isabel Yahya Villa Sammy Hamzah Blitz Megaplex Pacific Place Kuching Suburban Mall Apostolic centre Palembang Hotel Wahyu and Silvi Residence Dian Toddy residence Public Bar Blitz Megaplex Grand Indonesia Goethe Shelter

Architect Andramatin Architect

BSc

Deg

ree

Intern Andramatin Architect

Architecture Faculty

WWF

Competition Winner held by University of Indonesia


IND

NL

chitecture s

08 + Haik!

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+ The Garden of Eden to Beuys 7000 Oaks

+ Bnieuws

Guest Teacher Rhinoceros Workshop

+ Border Condition : Selected Student Works book

Guest Teacher Grasshopper Workshop

Student Assistant Border Condition TU DELFT

Architect at UN STUDIO

Stomata Membrane Future Faculty

Dukuh Atas Interchange Station

Deg

Green Dream

DAIS nominated for Archiprix 2010

MSc

Rotterdam Transitory

ree

Delft University of Technology

Graduate with Honour Non - Standard Architecture

Office

adifajarutama@gmail.com (+31) 641272472

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Curriculum Vitae

[ Academic Works ] Dukuh Atas Interchange Station Stomata Membrane Rotterdam Transitory Project Big Shift 2100

[ Competition ] DAIS Meet Me in Between World Wide Fund

[ Professional Works ] Blitz Mega Cineplex Blitz Pacific Public Bar

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ADI FAJAR UTAMA

Adi finished his master degree in TUDelft specialising in Non- Standard Architecture and achieved graduate with Honour . His graduation project was also nominated for TUDelft Archiprix selection. Adi is skilful in design, 3D modelling, construction drawing, and project managing because of his past experience as project architect. Adi past professional projects range from a small 50 m2 private house, to 8000 m2 public buildings and 1.6 Ha resort. Adi also has a numerous publication experiences. His objective is to work in an avant-garde architecture office and pursue his interest in advanced architecture. Adi is now working as an architect at UNStudio.

Contact Information adifajarutama@gmail.com Amsterdam , Netherlands

Education 2009

Msc for Architecture, Graduate with Honour, Specialized in

Non – Standard Architecture

2005

Delft University of technology, Netherlands

Bsc for Architecture,

University of Indonesia, Indonesia

Professional Experience April 2010 -

Present

Architect at UN Studio

Feb 2005 -

July 2005

Sept 2005 -

July 2007 Sept 2009

Jakarta, Indonesia

Student Assistant, Border Condition Studio

CV

Jakarta, Indonesia

Architect at Andramatin Architect,

Sept 2008 -

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Intern at Andramatin Architect,

TU Delft, Netherlands


CURRICULUM VITAE

PORTFOLIO 2009

Publication & Exhibition 2010

Editor team for Border Condition Studio

Publication, Netherlands : 010 Publisher, 2010

2009

“Dukuh Atas Interchange Station” , BNieuws ,Nether-

lands :TUDelft, December 2009

2008

“A Strip of Eden” ,Towards An Anthology of The

Tree_2008 - from The Garden of Eden to Beuys 7000

Oaks, Roemer van Toorn, Netherlands: 
Delft School

of Design. 2008

“The New World, Green Dream project “

Biennale Internationale Design, Saint - Etienne

“ Tokyo Supermodernity ”, Haik!, Scrap Book From Japan

Trip, Jakarta : Borneo Publication, 2008

2007

“ Public bar and Lounge”, Laras Architecture Magazi nes.

Jakarta: Gramedia, 2007

2006

Head Editor for Flores Vernacular Architecture ,

Jakarta : Department of Architecture, University Of

Indonesia, 2006

2004

BukuBukan, Publication of Architectural Student works,

Jakarta : University of Indonesia, 2004

Competition 2008 2006

New Bouwkunde Faculty, The Netherlands World Wild Fund Office Competition, Indonesia

2005

University of Indonesia, Architecture Faculty Building,

Indonesia - Winner

Teaching Experience Nov 2009

Guest Teacher, Hyperbody , TUDelft

3 days Grasshopper workshop, Parametric Design strategies

Towards File to Factory

Mar 2009

Guest Teacher, Border Condition Studio , TUDelft

Rhinoceros Modelling Workshop

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DUKUH ATAS INTERCHANGE STATION 2009 Archiprix 2010 Nominee TUDelft


PORTFOLIO 2009

ACADEMIC WORKS

Adi Utama Tutor : Henriette Bier, Nimish Biloria, Martin Sobota Hyperbody Studio

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Subway 5482 m2 - track level : - 11.00 - width max : 34 m

DAIS Busway 60 m2 - width : 2m - track level : + 4.50

Airport Shuttle 40.000 m2 - track level + 20.00

Train 6.341m2 - width : 16 m - track length min : 170 m- track level + 20.00

Boat 168 m2 - track level - 1.00

Monorail 2.467 m2 - length min : 80 m - width : 20 m - track level : + 15.60 Dukuh Atas 2 Busway 60 m2 - track level + 0.00

MODE INTERCONNECTION STUDY

DAIS is an integrated mass transportation node

that will become the main intersection point for airport shuttle, train, monorail, bus, boat and subway. DAIS is the pilot project for Jakarta mass transport plan, which is to be completed in 2012 in order to solve Jakarta traffic problem.


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

Boat

Subway

Control room

AHU Storage

Paid concourse

Utility room ME room Genset

Unpaid concourse Ticket machine

Monorail

Janitor room Toilet Control room Control room Ticket office

Platform

Unpaid concourse

Platform

Genset ME room Storage Utility

Toilet women ATM Ticket machine room

Ticket office Control room

Ticket machine

Paid concourse

Janitor room Toilet

Staff room Toilet men

Ticket locket

Staff room Ticket machine room Ticket locket

Unpaid concourse Public phone ATM Ticket machine

Platform

Paid councorse Public Area

Toilet women Toilet men

Trolly Area Toilet men Toilet women

Café City check in

Concession Entertainment area Toilet women Toilet men

Toilet men Toilet women

Boutique

Lounge

Ticket Check

Toilet men Toilet women

Café

Paid councorse

Prayer room ATM

Drop off Ticket machine

Electrical room Garbabe room Electrical room Storage

Toilet men

Security room Staff room Co – director office Director office Peron supervisor room Resting room

Toilet women

Janitor room Signal room

Toilet men Meeting room

Storage

Lobby

Airport

Ticket machine room Ticket locket Information center

Toilet women

Control room

Prayer room

Restaurant

Busway

Unpaid concourse

Pulic phon e Platform

Security Departure/Arrival hall Check in office Departure Platform Baggage Check Arrival Platform

Department store Department store

Ticketing Bagage Area

Ticket machine Platform

Director office Toilet Meeting room Cctv room Operational office Baggage room Finance office Ceo office Control room Videoconference room Internal auditor office Teleconference room

Staff room

Train

Pantry

Point - Point route / rush hour Loop Route / exploring

PROGRAM SIZE & PROPOSED ROUTE

The site is located in the

river where the boatway port will be positioned. On the North part of

heart of Jakarta business district,

the site is a public park, under which the subway will be placed. The

next to the most important highway

whole design connects all modes of transport, while providing a better

and along Jakarta main river. The

urban accessibility and regenerating the park as a functioning urban

train station, subway and airport ex-

space.

press are located across the busway and monorail station, separated by a

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Passenger Service

8,608

Management

1,409

Commercial

29,395

Public

sub TOTAL AREA (m2) Passenger Service

672

40,084 5,455

Management

313

Service

226

Public

sub TOTAL AREA (m2) Passenger Service

347

6,341 2,243

Management

92

Service

86

Public

sub TOTAL AREA (m2) Passenger Service Management Service Public

sub TOTAL AREA (m2) Passenger Service Service

sub TOTAL AREA (m2) Passenger Service

sub TOTAL AREA (m2)

TOTAL AREA (m2)

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2,467 4,943 92 110 336

5,482 144 24

168 60

60

48,060

PARAMETRIC MODEL BASED ON PROGRAM AREA

The initial design is de-

an opportunity for other programs

veloped from a series of connection

such as commercial and leisure to be

studies and load volume of each

integrated inside the building.

modes of transport. These connections and load volume determine the network route and space volume. There are two types of routes inside the building. The first one is point-topoint route between modes, providing the fastest and shortest path in peak hours. The second route is the loop route that travels around the building and provides opportunity for travellers to get ‘lost’ in the programs. The loop connections provide

Regular Bus

15 % 2000 person / hour


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

Airport express 4.000 m2

700 person/h

Airport express 6.000 m2 700 person/h

Monorail 2.400 m2 Commerical 15.000 m2 1.300 person/h 1600 person/h + 24.00

Commercial 15.000 m2

+ 17.00 + 16.00 + 12.00

Train 6000 m2

to/ from City

4.700 person/h

+ 7.00 2000 person/h + 0.00

6300 person/h

2000 person/h

700 person/h

17.900 person/h

6300 person/h

Boatway 200m2 2700 person/h

+ 4.00 - 2.00

Busway 100m2

3600 person/h

Busway D1 100 m2

Subway 5.400 m2

- 12.00

INTERTWINE PROGRAMMING

Airport Shuttle 5% 700 person / hour

Regular Bus

15 % 2000 person / hour

Train

35% 4700 person / hour

Express Bus DAIS

Monorail

20 % 2700 person / Hour

12 % 1600 person / hour

Boat

5% 700 person / hour

Subway

27 % 3600 person / hour

Express Bus 1 20 % 2700 person / Hour

PARAMETRIC MODEL BASED CIRCULATION LOAD

Whole 134 % 17.900 person / hour

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DAIS

Dukuh Atas Interchange Station Jakarta. Indonesia

Plan Third Floor

1:250

adifajar utama. hyperbody graduation

+22. 00

Restaurant & Lounge +22. 00

Restaurant & Lounge +22. 00

+16. 00

Airport Express Platform

Airport Express Platform

+20.25

DAIS

Dukuh Atas Interchange Station Jakarta. Indonesia

+20.25

Plan Second Floor 1:250

adifajar utama. hyperbody graduation

3RD FLOOR

+16.00

+10.00

Commercial +16.00

Commercial +16.00

+10.00

+10.00

Airport Express Lobby +14.00

DAIS

Dukuh Atas Interchange Station Jakarta. Indonesia

Plan Ground Floor

1:250

adifajar utama. hyperbody graduation

2ND FLOOR

Talang Betutu Street

Monorail Platform +20.25

to parking

Station Hall +0.00

Train Platform +0.00

Train Platform +0.00

1ST FLOOR

Boatway Platform +0.00

City Park +0.00

Banjir Kanal Barat River

DAIS Busway +5.00

+10.00 +7.00

Karet Pasar Baru Timur Street

+10.00

Commercial +10.00

Kendal Street

N

+7.00

+6.00

+7.00

Public Circulation +0.00

+7.00

+0.00

+7.00

+7.00

+0.00

+0.00

Banjir Kanal Barat River

Monorail Lobby +10.00

SITE PLAN


PORTFOLIO 2009

ACADEMIC WORKS

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BIRD EYE VIEW TO NORTH - WEST

BIRD EYE VIEW TO SOUTH - WEST

PERSPECTIVE VIEW

The transport infrastructure is stacked in differ-

ent levels. A spiral ramp connects each level providing a fast connection between modes while giving a chance for the travellers to pause and make a detour to commercial/leisure programs. All circulation is designed to bring the travellers in a smooth transition between floors. This is achieved by intertwined sloping surfaces that act as architectural elements and function as structural elements by bringing all the forces to the ground and eliminating the need for conventional columns and beams.


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

In contrast to the smooth

and curvature. Each timber elements also differ in diameter depend-

continuous concrete slab, the roof

ing on the span of each member. This allows the roof and the floors

is made of rough round timber in

to be structurally effective for an earthquake prone region such as

the form of an adaptive space frame

Indonesia.

structure. Timber is chosen because of its ability to absorb seismic forces. The space frame offers a large span for column free space. The space frame adaptive concept refers to its different depths according to its span

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4 1. round timber wood 2. joint bolt 3. pressure-die-cast aluminium joint 4. space frame (truss system)

SUBWAY

1

3

Round Timber finish natural

steel plate

steel plate

2

4 wood waterproofed 50 mm laminated beech wood waterproofed 50 mm laminated beech 20 / 100 mm20 / hollow 100 mm hollow steelsteel 40 mm steel canal 20 / 40 mm20 /steel cannal 1. round timber wood 2. joint bolt 3. pressure-die-cast aluminium joint 4. space frame (truss system)

200 mm round timber 200 mm round timber

1

costum steel plate welded connec-

costum steeltionplate welded connection 100 mm hollow steel plate 100 mm hollow steel plate Round Timber finish natural

double glazing 10 mm toughened glass + 20mmlaminated safetytoughened glass + double glazing 10 mm glass with pattern enamelled inside 20mmlaminated safety glass with pattern enamelled inside

steel plate

50 mm laminated beech wood waterproofed 20 / 100 mm hollow steel 20 / 40 mm steel canal

200 mm round timber

costum steel plate welded connection 100 mm hollow steel plate

double glazing 10 mm toughened glass + 20mmlaminated safety glass with pattern enamelled inside

ROOF LAYER

2

3

1. round timber wood 2. joint bolt 3. pressure-die-cast aluminium joint

SPACE FRAME DETAIL


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

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SUBWAY

Scale: 1:838.9

Combined Stress, C1: 12. 6.256E+6 Pa 4.111E+6 Pa 1.965E+6 Pa -180600. Pa -2.326E+6 Pa -4.472E+6 Pa -6.617E+6 Pa -8.763E+6 Pa

Case: L1 Case: A1 : Analysis case 1 Contour case

MAIN BUILDING Scale: 1:838.9

Combined Stress, C1: 12.50E+6 Pa/pic.cm 6.256E+6 Pa 4.111E+6 Pa 1.965E+6 Pa -180600. Pa -2.326E+6 Pa -4.472E+6 Pa -6.617E+6 Pa -8.763E+6 Pa

Case: L1 Case: A1 : Analysis case 1 Contour case

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS -COMBINED MEMBER STRESS


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MAIN BUILDING CONSISTS OF TRAIN STATION , AIRPORT EXPRESS AND COMMERCIAL AREA

PARK

BOATWAY PLATFORM

MONORAIL

SUBWAY

BUSWAY


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

INTERNAL MODEL SHOWING SPIRAL CONNECTION

URBAN MODEL

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TRAIN STATION PLATFORM

CONNECTION BETWEEN FLOORS

LOBBY


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

INTERCONNECTED FLOOR

OVERLAPPING SLAB

SECTION

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RENDERING OF TOP FLOOR SHOWING CONTRAST BETWEEN FLOOR AND ROOF

N + 36.05 Monorail

N + 30.90

13.55

13.55

10.65 N + 22.05

SECTIONS SHOWING LAYERS AND SPIRAL CONNECTION

6.00

Platform

6.25

Second Floor

Departure Lines

N + 14.00

6.00

6.00 N + 10.05

7.00 N + 7.00

First Floor

Public Plaza

10.05 Lobby

6.00 N + 16.05

Commercial

Monorail

Third Floor

Airport Express

N + 20.25

10.05

7.00 N + 0.00

Train

Parking

5.90

5.10 Parking

5.90

N - 5.90

5.10 N - 11.00

Ground Floor


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

Restaurant

Commercial

Commercial

Station Hall

Parking

Parking

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Light Capturing Components Optimise the use of natural lighting inside the building.

STOMATA MEMBRANE 2008 AEC World Expo & Conference


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

Energy Capturing Components On the Sloping side of the building to receive wind and transmit as energy to the membrane

Water Capturing Components On the Lowest part of the skin to catch grey water and store it in tanks for later use

Adi Utama, N.Dongho, Benjamin.V, Andreia.P, Oladayo Tutor : Henriette Bier, Nimish Biloria, Sang Lee MSC 3 - Hyperbody Studio

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A Stoma is a pore found

in leaves and steams epidermis

Basic Geometry

which is used for internal to external

Mirror ax

is

Topologic

C

2X

C C

B

B

B

exchange in terms of gas, and water

X

A’

ParametricLogic Logic vapour. The concept of the perforParametrical

A’

s

A

A

X

A

B”

B”

mative stomata was theAdd Curve Divide aspect of the Set points

Surface Geometry

on axi Rotati

A

Vector Add

Add Surface

C”

C” 16/11

16/11

A-C

inspiration for our skin development.

B : Movable Opening Point C

V

of one basic component, plus the arrC1 = Rhino.EvaluateSurface(strSurface,arrParameter) arrParameter = Array(arrUDomain(0)+ UStep * (u+1), arrVDomain(0)+ VStep * v) \arrC2 = Rhino.EvaluateSurface(strSurface,arrParameter) arrParameter = Array(arrUDomain(0)+ UStep * (u+1), arrVDomain(0)+ VStep * (v+1)) arrC3 = Rhino.EvaluateSurface(strSurface,arrParameter) arrParameter = Array(arrUDomain(0)+ UStep * u, arrVDomain(0)+ VStep * (v+1)) arrC4 = Rhino.EvaluateSurface(strSurface,arrParameter)

concept of sustainability, leads the

C : Static Connection Point

A-C

C

uDiv = intwidth If IsNull(uDiv) Then Exit Sub vDiv = intheight If IsNull(vDiv) Then Exit Sub UStep = (arrUDomain(1)-arrUDomain(0)) / uDiv Vstep = (arrVDomain(1)-arrVDomain(0)) / vDiv

A : Static Connection Point

A-C

The geometry evolution U

strSurface = Rhino.GetObject ("please pick surface",8, True) If IsNull(strSurface) Then Exit Sub

X

X

B

A-C

arrPoints1 = Array(arrC1,arrC2,arrC3) addCurve1 = Rhino.AddCurve(arrPoints1,4) arrPoints11 = Array(arrC1,arrC2) addCurve11 = Rhino.AddCurve(arrPoints11) arrPoints12 = Array(arrC2,arrC3) addCurve12 = Rhino.AddCurve(arrPoints12) arrObjects1

A-C

project to have three different com-

B

Rhino.AddEdgeSrf(arrObjects1)

arrVecVerticalMidPt = Rhino.SurfaceNormal (strSurface, arrParameterMidPt) A-C A-C arrVecVerticalMidPt =Rhino.VectorScale(arrVecVerticalMidPt,dblHeight) arrPeakPtMid= Rhino.VectorAdd(arrMidpt,arrVecVerticalMidPt) arrVecVerticalMidPtMin = Rhino.VectorReverse(arrVecVerticalMidPt) arrPeakPtMidMin = Rhino.VectorAdd(arrMidPt,arrVecVerticalMidPtMin)

A-C

A-C

B

B

A

ponents: Light Controlling Compo-

Surface Geometry

nent (LCC), Water Capturing Compo-

Adaptive Geometry

nent (WCC), and Energy Generating

8.32

Curvature Analysis

Component (EGC). In this way, these

5.37

2.09

4.17

6.56 8.32

8.35

8.46

8.35

7.26

8.32

Curvature Range

three modules act like the stomata, 0

1

0

1

0

1

6.07

3.97 1.90

0

Prototype1

0

1

0

1

0

1

like pores, exchanging elements with Skin Component Population

the environment to have a particular behaviour.

Space Frame Population

Building Section

Body Text.

Light Capturing Component

Located on the top part of the building To maximize sunlight exposure

MorphoGenomics

Skin_Edg


ACADEMIC WORKS

PORTFOLIO 2009

Skin Construction

Skin Construction

Skin Performance

Skin Performance

Surface

Neoprene Membrane

Neoprene Membrane

EdgeSrf(arrObjects1)

Steel Frame

Glass

Steel Frame Bone Structure

Glass Bone Structure 0

Skin + Structure

Space Frame Structure

1

Val : 0

Val : 1

Val : 2

Space Frame Structure

t Capturing Component

ed on the top part of the building aximize sunlight exposure

Val : 3

Val : 4

Skin + Structure

Water Capturing Component

Energy Capturing Component

Located on the lowest part of the building to catch grey water And store it for later use

Val : 0

Located on the sloping part of the building to receive wind and transmit The energy for membrane power supply

Val : 1

Val : 2

Val : 3

Val : 4

MorphoGenomics

Water Capturing Component

Located on the lowest part of the building to catch grey water And store it for later use

Energy Capturing Component

Located on the sloping part of the building to receive wind and transmit The energy for membrane power supply

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Component Distribution Map

STOMATA MEMBRANE

System Logic

North

values of light

0-2

local computer

Light Sensor indoor sensor

Light Controlling Component

indoor sensor

Light Intensity

Energy Generating Component

Light Controlling Component

ection nd Dir

Humidity sensor

est nW

st

0

Wind

22.5

0

2

5

library

lab

library 0

if

0

6-8 if

13.5

yes

then

22.5

2-4

31.5

0-2

45

studios

then

0

13.5

3 0

31.5

0

0

0

0

Light Controlling Component

values of humidity

est th W

lab

0

22.5

local conditions

4-6

medium level of the surface

0

8 cafe-bar

6

4

Energy Generating Component

13.5

0

then

if

-Sou

EN ER GY

Telescopic arm Flaps open for light capture close when rain Actuator

45

0

no

Humidity Sensor

ctio

Dire

0

0

8 -10

Water - Rain

Wi

d Win

13.5

8 - 10

master computer

Humidity Intensity

WIND

uth We

West -So

22.5

Global Conditions

outdoor sensor

Technical Section A LIGHT

0

then

no

WATER

East

West

yes

6-8

high level of the surface

0

31.5

local conditions

4-6

LIGHT

Water Collecting Component

45

2-4 if

Water Capturing Component

South

battery Energy

if

45

if

low level of the surface

rainy-gray water yes

Sun Light

Energy Generating Component then

values of rain

0-2

2-4

4-6

0

13.5

22.5

31.5

45

4-6

6-8

8 - 10

6-8

8 - 10

0

X

0 X 11/23

0

X

0

X 11/61

X 11/5

WATER

Skin_South Side

X

X 11/61

X 11/5

X 11/ 5

Components are set based on Rotating Flap ELEVATION by Wind and Water Energy will be use to power the membrane actuators

X 11/61

- LOW

Ambient Light Sensor

X 11/ 5

X 11/61

X

X 11/23

Wind Breeze

Technical Section B

values of full tank capturing water

Actuator Operable Flap for Water Capturing open when raining Close when tanks are full

ct Dire Angle Sunl Indirect Low

Telescopic arm Laminated Double Glass

ight Sunl

Humidity sensor

2-4

45

31.5

13.5

22.5

Air - Wind

0

Rain

Skin_Roof Skin_Wall

Direct_Sun Light

gray water to the toiltes + landscape

Water channelled to tanks through pipe inside the structure

Reflection_ on Curve Surface

Diffuse_ Light

Opening_Control

Water Collecting Component

Water to collecting tanks

Rain Water

Public & Collective _Facilities

2.500 m2 + accommodating the place to meet (bookshop, coffee bars, faculty club) + High Density to Low depending on time + Water Service + Heat Production + High Noise Level + Natural Light Requierment + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement.

Computer_Room

Translucent ETFE to prevent water and air coming and diffuse sunlight into building

er & Morning ight ( Wint

Skin_Roof

1.500 m2 + High Density : <500-1000 peolple + Water Service + Heat Production + High Electromagnetics + High Noise Level + Natural Light Requierment + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement.

Water Service

2.000 m2 + <1000 peolple + Water Service + Heat & Humidity Production + High Density + High Thermodynamics + High Noise Level + Natural Light Requierment + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement.

2.000 m2 + Low Density + Water Service + Heat Production + High Electromagnetics + High Noise Level + Natural Light Requierment + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement.

Office_Space

2.1 desk/FTE, 650 desks + many other workplace types - 8.000 m2 + 70% Natural Sunlight Exposure + 30% Shadings For less heat Gained + Eletromagnetics Flow + Low Density +

)

membrane is not only a performative skin able to satisfy the new faculty environmental requirements in the specific location of Delft, but it is also a pattern to follow in any other location. Temperature, Sun, Wind and Precipitation were the factors to determine the size, shape and relative position of the whole membrane according with each period of day, month or year time in Delft; therefore we can apply the same behaviour to other location.

1.000 m2_including exposition/exhibition space_ Heat Production + High Density + Specific Acoustic

9.000 m2 + BSc/MSc studios, 2100 workplaces + Medium Density

Car_Parking spaces

parking spaces (400) + Heat Production + High Electromagnetics + High Noise Level + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement. + High Level Co2 + Heavy Load + Trajectory & Circulation Flow

Bicycles_Park

Bicycles (1000) + Heat Production + High Density + Open Area

Outside_Space Entry - Smoking Place =

Finally, the stomata

Conference_Rooms Studio_Space

Restaurant_Space B.T._Laboratories

Lecture_Halls

different sizes (30-360 chairs) + 2.000 m2 + 1.500 m2 + High Density : <500-1000 peolple + Water Service + Heat Production + High Electromagnetics + High Noise Level + Natural Light Requierment + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement.

Skin_Edge Skin Extension_Area of Protection

, afternoon

0-2

Modelling_Room

1.500 m2 + High Density : <500-1000 peolple + Water Service + Heat Production + High Electromagnetics + High Noise Level + Natural Light Requierment + Maximum Ventilation and Air replacement.

Librairy_Hall & Rooms

1.000 m2__ High Density : <1000-1500 peolple Heat Production + High Density to Low Density + Specific Acoustic: Sound Insulation for Private Study + No direct Light for books preservations + Toilet service


PORTFOLIO 2009

ACADEMIC WORKS

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ROTTERDAM TRANSITORY 2007


PORTFOLIO 2009

ACADEMIC WORKS

Tutor : Sang Lee MSC 1 - Border Condition Studio

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PERCEPTION MODEL

SPACE DEFORMATION

MULTIPLE SPEED ON SITE

SPEED & AWARENESS

This project investigates the methods of contingent

design. My investigation concerned with the perception of space when experienced through different speed. This speed influenced our perception of space, the depth, dimension, size, and light. This perception is what is later stored in our brain. This perception space is never exact as the real space itself; when we move slowly it means that there is bigger chance that more information is absorbed correctly; the faster we move, the less information is stored, Details become blurred


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CATALOGUE - LONG SECTION

CATALOGUE - SHORT SECTION

and planes are distorted.

gate the spatial relations perception and driving perception reach. Its

intersection, is the focal point of the investigation. The cutting resulted

In this case, the perception

I am investigating is a visual percep-

in sections and become the main ingredients for the building morphol-

tion through walking and using tram.

ogy.

3D mapping technique is used to generate a 3D index model of speed, contraction space and time. This index model later is cut in 3 axes and analyzed layer by layer to investi-

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VIEW TO SCHOUWBURGPLEIN

MAIN SHELTER THAT ALSO FUNCTIONS AS OUTDOOR GALLERY

The Rotterdam transitory space serves as an open park and outdoor gallery. The Landscape design accentuates Schouwburgplein as an urban space and Pathe theatre as a public destination, while in the same time it acts as a flow guide for visitors from train station to city centre.

The urban park is stretching the river park into the

Schowburgplein. Its rigid plantation block resembles city grid. This Grid slowly disappears into the ground and re-emerges as a surface that forms the gallery space. The gallery surface twists to form an enclosure wall and entrance.


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Only 40% of Europe will survive, prediction for 2100

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Water Unliveable Land ²

Sea rise + flood Surviving big city 1M - 10 M inhabitant Flags of surviving nation and surviving area Source : IPCC, Earth Trends,UNEP/GRID-Arendal,Global Warming Art

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BIG SHIFT 2100 2008 Biennale Internationale Design, Saint - Etienne

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Adi Utama Pauline Marcombe Tutor : Winny Mass, , Ulf Hackauf, Pirjo Haikola MSC 2- DSD / MVRDV Studio

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In 2100, the World will be

different from what we know today.

150 COUNTRIES WILL BE DISPLACED

The effect of global warming will change the geography of the World and makes the World map needs to be re-written. There will be human mass migration to a liveable area and this makes intense pressure to the Northern and Southern hemispheres. We investigate what will happen in the Northern hemisphere especially Europe, predicting which areas are suitable for living in the future and planning the migration.

Climate changes are trans-

forming the World. Temperatures are HOT

rising, the desert is expanding, and there are more and more water scar-

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cities, increasingly natural disasters... We decided to take those events not

DESERT

as a fatality but as a chance to plan a new World. By analysing the World now and in the future, we want to propose a

WATER LACK

way to be prepared for a big change. This investigation allowed us to know

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where will be the pleasant liveable areas in the future. COLD WORLD

+ FLOOD

+ SEA RISE WORLD

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SEA RISE


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43 COUNTRIES WILL STAY

THE LIVEABLE WORLD

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Most of the land mass on earth is in the Northern hemisphere and

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because of global warming the

practical relevance to humankind

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in the future. That is why we need to change our map projection from equator to polar since most of the future activities will happen in The North sub-polar region.

The Southern hemisphere, on the other hand, is of far less interest for the expansion of human activities because of little landmass and the lack of continuity from the other continents to Antarctica.

Country with

> 1000 M people

>100 M people

> 10 M people < 10 M people

New Port city 1 - 10 M people

< 10 M

New Port city 0.5 - 1 M people New Shipping Routes

NEW NORTHERN WORLD 2100


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Europe, in 2100, will look so much

MEDITERRANEAN B

different than now. All the coastal countries will migrate to higher countries. All the political, economical and social boundaries that we know now will change.

According to our prediction, there will be 3 new potential centres of civilization. These areas will be the

SCANDINAVIAN C

MEDITERRANEAN BAY

most concentrated and advanced areas in Europe. These areas are Mediterranean Bay, Scandinavian Coast and Moscow.

GLASGOW LEEDS

SHEFFIELD DUBLIN

BIRMINGHAM

POTENTIAL OF A SITE ? LIVEABLE AREA

GLASGOW

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FLAT LAND

LEEDS

BIRMINGHAM

POTENTIAL OF A SITE ?

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LIVEABLE AREA

NEXT TO WATER COAST +

PRAGUE

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GOOD NETWORK +

MUNICH

NEXT TO WATER COAST +

TORINO

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GENOVA

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ZARAGOZA

EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE PROXIMITY TO OTHERS CITIES +

MARSEILLE

MADRIDBARCELONA

PROXIMITY TO OTHERS CITIES =

= BEST POTENTIAL AREAS

MILANO GENOVA

MARSEILLE ZARAGOZA MILANO

+ EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE

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TORINO VIENNA

LISBOA

MADRID

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BEST POTENTIAL AREAS

NON LIVEABLE AREA

LIVEABLE AREA can be useNON for industrial area and can be use for industrial area and to producetoelectricity produce electricity

SURVIVING EUROPE 2100

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SCANDINAVIAN COAST

BAY

MEGA MOSCOW

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MOSCOW VILNIUS

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DUKUH ATAS INTERCHANGE STATION 2009 DAIS Competition, Jakarta, Indonesia


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Open Competition for Jakarta New Interchange Station Held by Indonesia Institute of Architecture

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AXONOMETRY PLAN

CONNECTION BETWEEN FLOORS

STRUCTURE = CIRCULATION

BUILDING SKIN THAT ADAPTS TO SUN INTENSITY IN THE TROPIC

The national competition was held by the City

council and the Indonesian Institute of Architect to replace the deteriorating existing train station and add a new function for future transport in Jakarta. This interchange station will be the centre hub of multiple modes of transport in different levels and it will provide an integrated seamless connection between modes of transport, which is new in this city. Tropical context is the main consideration in this project, in particular hot and humid climate. In this case, the skin plays an important role in controlling indoor climate. The skin is the regulator of air, light and humidity inside the building. SUN INTENSITY VALUE IN BUILDING SKIN

We designed this building to maximize shades

without sacrificing ample natural light. The undulating roof


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is giving a differentiation of light quality around the building. Light pores then spread in this roof. The area with maximum shadow will have a bigger light opening and the area with direct sunlight will have no pore at all. These pores also function as an air regulator with a glass opening mechanism. The skin curvature and pores are constantly updated in Ecotect with every design alterations.

INTERIOR

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MEET ME IN BETWEEN 2008 Future Faculty Competition


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Adi Utama Aurelie.H,,Benjamin.V, Oladayo, Andy,Andreai, Junjie, Jonas,Bao

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The idea of this competition is to provide habitat

for each type of personality or roles inside the architecture faculty. There are 5 types of personality that resembles its roles inside the architecture faculty. Those personalities are insomniac, exhibitionist, survivor, investigator, and escapist. By providing every personality a suitable and comfortable habitat to work, they will become more effective in performing their roles. We also learn that in the old faculty building everything is segregated, reducing a social contact and exchange of ideas between each people. We provide this spaces in the NEW FACULTY SKELETON

in-between habitat or intersection. This intersection not only serves as a communication link between habitat but also serves as a common space.

Each personality has its own specific and unique

behaviour in space. We program point clouds to behave according to each personality and release it in space. Every time each particle intersects it will create a new behaviour, After a certain given time the particle will reach stability. This point cloud later will be transformed into a fibrous network that becomes the skeleton of the building.

PERSONALITIES INSIDE ARCHITECTURE FACULTY


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BUILDING LANDSCAPE

SECTION

POINT CLOUD SIMULATION

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World WIDE FUND 2006


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Andra Matin , Adi Fajar Utama, Adikritz, Andi Pratama, Avianti Armand, Faizal Syamsalam, M.Hikmat Subarkah, Wiyoga Nurdiansyah Andramatin Architect

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SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE WITH OPEN THEATRE

SECTION

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In this project, we try to

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be an educational sanctuary providing data and information about

understand WWF incessant concern

its surrounding. We also attempt to translate the theme into a spatial

towards environmental protection by

concept by creating an â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;open workspaceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; both horizontally and verti-

creating a model that will demon-

cally to facilitate good verbal and visual interaction not only among

strate good ecological response and

staff but also including senior staff and directors.

responsibility towards the Earth.We plan that Rumah WWF will be an Oasis, a carefully maintained environment that is sustainable and able to

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THEATRE

The client wish is to make a high tech entertain-

ment centre with core business in cinema, cafe and music. Designers came up with idea of filling the void with gigantic art installation in form of stalagmite and stalactites. These Cones give a wow effect to the visitor that came up with escalator from downstairs. It also functions as a light source at night that can be seen from the city streets.

As a project architect, Adi is involved from con-

ceptual design , preliminary design, design development and construction.

PIXEL WALL

SECTION THROUGH LOBBY


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LOBBY

TICKET BOX

DOWNLOAD CORNER

LOUNGE AREA

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CINEMA FRONT

BLITZ MEGACINEPLEX PACIFIC 2006 4.400 sq.m cinema and entertainment area


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CAFE

OFFICE

CORRIDOR

GAME ROOM

Andra Matin (Principal ) Adi Fajar Utama (Project Architect) Avianti ,Astrid, Angie. Lina, Patishandika Andramatin Architect

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Public Bar 2006 4.400 sq.m cinema and entertainment area


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CAFE

Andra Matin (Principal ) Adi Fajar Utama (Project Architect) Avianti Armand, Andramatin Architect

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Public bar is designed to look like a warehouse,

industrial look with the use of rusted metal panel, bare concrete and unfinished wood. These materials are used for the whole area giving it an understated statement. The lighting is designed to give the same look. An incandescent lamp is hung from the concrete ceiling and multiplied by the mirror behind the rusted wire mesh.

The bar stretches from the entrance until the out-

door area where it stops at just 1 meter above water, which brings a visual and circulation destination that brings people from indoor to outdoor and vice versa. It also gives a dynamic feeling to the whole design. Huge mirrors are placed behind the wire mesh wall and lit to give and a dramatic optic illusion of space and reflect the light. WIRE METAL DETAIL

As a project architect, Adi is involved from con-

ceptual design , preliminary design, design development and construction.

VIEW TO DJ BOOTH


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AXONOMETRY

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OUTDOOR BAR

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