MTsN Malang 1 Junior High School Accelerated program, Regionally ranked 5th for the highest score of Indonesian National Examination in East Java Province - Ministry of Religious Affairs
2013 - 2015
SMAN 3 Malang Senior High School Accelerated program - Science
2015 - now
Bandung Institute of Technology Architecture undergraduate program GPA: 3,53 (134/144 credits)
AFRILLA MELATI RAHMA Hi, my name is Afrilla Melati Rahma, but people usually call me Dini. I would like to invite you to browse through my academic & personal projects portfolio. This portfolio captures severals selected projects that reflect my experience. These projects explore design challenges using various tools and techniques. I see myself as a driven, young, and passionate learner. I have a strong interest in the utilization of technology in architecture. I am excited by the opportunity of developing my skills with creative people in dynamic environments. Undergraduate Student Architecture Bandung Institute of Technology April 17th, 1999 email@example.com +628980008808 Indonesia
Bahasa Indonesia - native English - intermediate
SOFTWARE SKILLS Drawing & BIM Autodesk Revit Autodesk AutoCAD 3D Modeling Sketchup Rhinoceros 3D Visual Programming Grasshopper Dynamo Virtual Reality Unity 3D
Rendering V-Ray Lumion Editing & Layouting Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Corel Draw Adobe Premiere Microsoft Office
PERSONAL SKILLS Creativity Teamwork Self-motivation Leadership Adaptability Assertive Attention to detail Ability to work under pressure
HOBBIES & INTERESTS Graphic Design Product Design Handsketching Handcrafting
Photography Business Model making
RESUME ORGANIZATIONAL EXPERIENCES 2015
2016 - now
Staff of Production Division AMI (Aku Masuk ITB), annual event that aims to promoting ITB for high school students Staff of Artistic Division PEMIRA (Pemilihan Umum Raya), annual election of the leader of students’ representative Member of Mentor Division INTEGRASI ITB, ITB annual new student orientation Head of Fundraising Division Syukuran Wisuda Oktober - IMA-G, Architecture ITB students association Staff of Fundraising Division Gaung Bandung 2016, IMA-G annual Bandung-scale event Staff of Communication & Information Division Badan Pengurus 2016 - IMA-G, Architecture ITB students association Member of Techno Entrepreneur Club ITB Student activity unit that is focused in technopreneurship Member of Loedroek ITB Student activity unit that is focused in East Java’s traditional theater Financial Manager Syukuran Wisuda April - IMA-G, Architecture ITB students association Staff of Media & Information Division Badan Pengurus 2017- IMA-G, Architecture ITB students association Staff of Publication Division Gaung Bandung 2017 - IMA-G, Architecture ITB students association Head of Fundraising Division Badan Pengurus 2018 - IMA-G, Architecture ITB students association Supervisor of Biro Gunadharma Organization that provides services such as model making, design graphic, illustration, and architectural design.
COMPETITIONS & WORKSHOPS Indonesia Landscape Design Competition 2017 “Sudirman Monumental Streetscape” Sayembara Arsitektur PSTA Universitas Sriwijaya “Mengkinikan Arsitektur Rumah Panggung Tradisional” The 11th Architecture Festival HIMAARTRA UK Petra Surabaya “Contextual Microspace” MORPH 2018 ArchProject - ITS Surabaya “Memory in Architecture” STUCO Spatial Design Competition “Integrated Innovative Student Centre” Workshop “Ide Konsep Re-desain Taman Inklusi dan Taman Maluku” Bandung Inclusive Trip - Gaung Bandung 2018 1st Winner
LIFESTYLE CENTER ON SUNDA STREET
INCLUSIVE PARK, an Enticing Environment for All
THE EIGHT, Mixed-Use Development in Urban Area
A DROPLET OF FUTURE: Environmental Responsive Student Center
LIFESTYLE CENTER ON SUNDA STREET Location Mentor
: Jalan Sunda, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat : Ir. Eko Purwono, MSAS.
Urban Oasis has a public open space such as a park or plaza that is located between buildings or is formed by buildings around it in an urban area. Urban Oasis provides benefits to the community in urban areas by providing space for people to stop, sit, eat, play, or relax. Urban Oasis adds value to the region by providing identity, economic benefits, environmental benefits, and a place for cultural activities in cities. Lifestyle Shop as a building designed to adapt and accommodate the functions and benefits of Urban Oase primarily by giving the identity according to its context on Jalan Sunda, by providing economic benefits by providing a means of lifestyle needs, as well as providing cultural activities, such as gathering and relaxing with other community member.
SITE REGULATION Setback from main road: 4 m Side setback : 4 m Rear setback : 4 m Building Coverage Ratio: 70% Building Floor Ratio: 2,1 Green Coverage Ratio: 20%
PROJECT MISSIONS Urban Oasis
BUILDING CIRCULATION DIAGRAM Lifestyle shop
Context of the Sunda Road as a protocol road that becomes the center of traffic and one of the main roads
Being the provider of lifestyle needs
Giving identity in the context of Sunda Road
A place to gather and relax
In this building, each floor has two stairs and an elevator. Ramp is only found on the ground floor, which connects the first floor to the ground level. The concept of circulation in the food booth area is directed to surround it, so while choosing food, visitors can share the experience of different spaces of the building. Circulation on the 4th floor tries to connect between the front stairs and the rear with the aim of the circulation system becoming integrated, while still connecting the two RSGs that are available. Lifts and stairs in the form of a shaft in front of the buildingâ€™s mass are intended to allow people to head to RSG directly without having to access the commercial area.
1st floor plan
2nd floor plan
Mezzanine floor plan
3rd floor plan
4th floor plan
Perspective Section & Building Program
Multifunction hall (2) Musholla Toilet Large retail shop (2) Small retail shop (2) Chill & relax area Toilet Food booth (6) Chill & relax area Small retail shop (3) Food booth (6) Coffee shop (1) Chill & relax area Toilet Restaurant Kitchen Food storage Employee locker room (2) Employee changing room (2) Toilet Car parking area Motorcycle parking area Toilet
UNDULATONE HOTEL Location Site Area Mentor
: Komplek Bali Heaven, Jl. Pasir Kaliki No. 185 - 189 Kel. Pamoyanan, Kec. Cicendo, Bandung : 4.860 mÂ˛ : Firmansyah, S.T., M.T
Bandung has been known for its natural and cultural strength that made this city attracts many tourists to come. The development of tourism in the city of Bandung has attracted people to invest in the field of hospitality. Aside from being a place to stay for tourists, it is expected that hotel facilities also provide facilities for integrated MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions) activities. Attractiveness of Bandung city tourism encourages people to be able to work and meet colleagues and build networking and traveling. Since the main purpose of business hotel is gaining profit, this project also focused on providing efficient facilities that are indicated by the structure system and building layout.
SITE REGULATION Setback from main road: Jl. Pasir Kaliki 10 m Jl. Pasteur 15 m Side setback : 4 m Rear setback : 4 m Building Coverage Ratio: Max. Site Building Coverage: 3.402 m2 Floor Average Ratio: Max. Floor Area: 21.870 m2 Green Coverage Ratio: Green Coverage Area: 972 m2 Maximum hotel Area: 13.122m2 Basement site area : 2.673m2
Responding to the development of tourism in Bandung by providing lodging facilities and supporting facilities such as recreational and sports facilities
Room efficiency as a budget hotel that has a commercial function (looking for profit)
Providing facilities that can be used for business purposes (rented meeting rooms, business centers, etc.)
Responding to the urban context on the site location
Facilitating commercial activities through spaces that can be rented out that can attract visitors.
Creating space, view and space experience by paying attention to the facade and the integration of building space.
CONCEPT Undulatone Hotel is a three-star business hotel project in the form of an eight-storey building. The name of the Undulatone Hotel project comes from the word “Undulating Tone” which means a wavy tone. The concept of this building adopts from a piano instrument and the strains of sound waves that are generated so that it creates a beautiful tone of its own. The shape of the piano was adapted into a form of mass composition of the building, while the strains of the tones were adapted through the building’s facade that was formed by a balcony that was surging by a vertical element on the railing that emphasized the formation.
Room Unit Front of The House (FOH) Back of The House (BOH) Corridor Commercial/Rentable Area Emergency Stairs Parking Area
Circulation of building users on the typical floor has a linear layout through a corridor that connects rooms. Linear circulation layout to maintain the privacy of hotel users. On the 3rd floor, there is a public area in the form of a swimming pool. Therefore, access to stairs from the 2nd floor (public) was made so as to continue to provide continuity to public functions. The stairs that connect the 2nd floor to the swimming pool are in the area adjacent to the gym and spa. The main access to the entire building uses lift that connects from basement floor to the 8th floor.
B-B’SECTION section B-B’
A-A’ SECTION A-A’ section
Basement floor plan
1st floor plan
1st floor plan
2nd floor plan
1st floor plan
Mixed-Use Development in Urban Area Location Site Area Mentor
: Jalan Cipaera, Malabar, Lengkong, Bandung : 10.582 m2 : Dr.Ing. Ir. Boedi Darma, MSA.
Todayâ€™s city development, especially those that are increasingly capital-intensive, produce large plots of the block from both new land acquisitions and the development of several existing city plots. Without adequate city design guidelines, city development like this produces massive city blocks and reduces the connectivity of city movements, especially pedestrians. Building mixed functions can be a solution by provid ing opportunities for a city plot to allow for permeability, especially for pedestrians who are very much needed in the movement in the city center. In this project, commercial and residential functions are inserted to meet the need for high-density areas.
Zone: Commercial & Service Site Area \: 10.582 m2 KDB: 70% KLB: 5,6 KDH:20% GSB Jl. Ahmad Yani: 0 m GSB Jl. Cipaera: 4 m GSB samping & belakang: 4m
SITE ANALYSIS The site orientation extends from north to south Drainage of water to the south of the site Vista is seen from within the site to several mountains, and noise around the site Jalan Sudirman: Main road Jalan Cipaera & Malabar: Secondary Road II There is a potential meeting at the crossroads Jalan Sudirman is passed by the DAMRI Line and Public Transportation
There is Pasar Kosambi as a mixed use function in the front of site. Surrounding Jl. Sudirman as a function of trade and services, and residential behind the site.
Urban Permeability & Connectivity Pedestrian oriented development Human dynamic movement surrounding area
Located between the commercial center of Kosambi & residential area Lack of public open space for social interaction
Chinese Ethnic Activity Center
The impact of Bandung Lautan Api caused the Tegalega, Kosambi, Sudirman and Cimindi areas to be the center of Chinese ethnic activities.
The function of high-density & commercial apartments in the city center Maximizing the potential for commercial space Privacy & Territory
Eight as Lucky Number
Connect & bring the nodes of movement through new intersections in design.
Chinese believe the number 8 is a lucky number because the number 8 has no end. In Chinese, 8 = bÄ . This type of letter is simil ar to fa, which means prosperity. So, number 8 is considered good for the business & business world.
Stratification of gastronomic playground
Provide a public open space / plaza that is located between the crowded city buildings.
Respond to street vendors across the site through zoning food vendors. High-segment restaurant is placed on the 1st floor & food court on the 2nd floor.
BUILDING PROGRAM Residential (Apartment)
11 floors in total from 3rd floor to 13th floor Total Area : 40.627,015 m2 Total unit type 36 m2 : 160 Total unit type 64 m2 : 180 Total unit type 90 m2 : 120
Total Area : 12.835,529 m2 1st floor: Anchor Retail Tenant Retail tenant F & B Tenant Supermarket Taman 2nd floor: Retail Tenant F&B Tenant Food Court Office Lobby Apartment Lobby Gym & Sauna Supermarket 3rd floor: Office
Parking Area Capacity of B1: 190 cars Capacity of B2: 190 cars Capacity of B3: 169 cars Prayer Room Mechanical Electrical Room Chiller Room Sewage Treatment Plant Pump Room Water Reservoir
2nd floor plan
Typical floor plan
Basement floor plan
A DROPLET OF FUTURE: Environmental Responsive Student Center Location : Jl. Dago Asri III, Coblong, Bandung Site Area : 6.000 m2 Mentor : Ir. Firmansyah Other Team Member: Ikyu Tirtodimedjo Bonifasius Dimas Students, as the major composition of Indonesiaâ€™s population, play a big role in bringing up ideas and innovations that are unimaginable of most adults. Studentsâ€™ way of thinking are still fresh and have not been polluted by common constraints in adulthood. Therefore, they could be the agent of innovation to solve the environmental issues that are a lot going on these days. Students nowadays are getting much considerable issues related to their lifestyle, psychology, and study environment. The agents of innovation need a facility that fulfills the standards & the requirements to do collaboration, research, study, and everything else to support their growing ideas. Existing facilities provided by society are still rarely meet the requirements needed. To enhance the innovative and creative ambience for students, a student center could be a significant form of facility that is still explorable and suit students and their behavior. A Droplet of Future in a Student Center means that a small place is able to be a vision of an ideal sustainable buildings in the future, and in this case are managed for and from students. Weâ€™re establishing a platform for students to innovate and learn to create creative solutions to address the sustainability issues that the earth is facing. This creative environments hopefully can be a be a pilot for other buildings thereafter.
The site act as a green open space between the high-density housing in Cisitu and Dago Asri which is very difficult to find in Bandung nowadays. The site and few area around it are the only remaining green-open space with natural vegetation. This means there are low amount of water absorber in this area. There are the third type of drainage system nearby the site.
The main street that usually used by people in their daily activities which connects to Jalan Ir. H. Juanda and Jalan Tamansari. The nearest public transportation to the site is the Cisitu-Tegalega Angkot.
CLIMATE ANALYSIS DIAGRAM Bandung has the lowest average temperature in a year that is 23 degrees Celsius in July and the highest average rainfall of 291mm in December. It can be seen in the rainy season Bandung has a high rainfall, for that building design should respond to high rainfall.
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UPON CHOOSING THE SITE 1 The site was chosen because it is located in two kilometres radius
from Bandung Institute of Technology. Other than that, the site lies in the middle of mid-to-high-density housing with more than 50% of the occupants are university students.
2 In spite of the high density around the sites, it still has a large area
of green-open space with natural vegetation. This Student Centre design can take advantage of the surrounding green-open space to give natural atmosphere in the students’ learning and innovating activities.
the Stud conne Students are easily exposed to stress or mental health disorders Students who come from diﬀerent ci es are o�en having problem with their health caused by uncontrolled unhealthy lifestyle
of all students agreeing that their universi es should take sustainability seriously *NUS Sustainability Skills survey 2016
of all university students want to learn more about sustainability
Students are ge ng much problem related to their unhealthy lifestyle
Integra ng nature into human well-being
Students care about sustainability and want to be a part of the solu on to our unsustainable society
SC as an interrac on place to explore the technological, environmental, economic, and societal aspects of sustainability
*NUS Sustainability Skills survey 2016
Students play a big role in bringing up ideas and innova ons that are unimaginable of most adults Exis ng facili es provided by society outside the campus are s ll rarely meet the requirements needed
SC as a pilot project that leverage other similar kind of buildings in the future
Lack of facili es that fulﬁlls the standards & the students' needs for bringing fresh innova on
STRATEGIES To actualize the idea of Student Center as a pla�orm for students and from students, some strategies need to be planned in the building and the system build in it. These are:
the Student Center is given three main concept that are connected and supported to each other, those are:
Spaceship Earth Concept a world view encouraging everyone on earth to act as a harmonious crew working toward the greater good. It also talks about crea ng a built environment that priori zes the Close Cycle system.
This strategy focuses on the learning process that accommodate interac on & collabora on between students and many stakeholders.
Campus as a Living Lab Concept
a Droplet of Future
a kind of giant sandbox in which there is the freedom to explore—crea vely and collabora vely—the technological, environmental, economic and societal aspects of sustainability.
This strategy focuses on how the students are having good & healthy way of living and studving while also giving impact to s o c i e t y & environment by using their knowledge as a student.
Biophilic Design a revolu onary design trend that focuses on the human connec on between nature and the built environment, with numerous beneﬁts to our health and well-being. It wraps the other concepts above.
This strategy focuses on how the student center is possible to make money t h a t a ﬀo rd t h e O/ M expenses and could be FINANCIAL economic engine that is managed by students.
The features include: Ÿ Learning Center Ÿ Research Center Ÿ Workshop from community for society Ÿ Working Space Ÿ Outdoor Working Deck Ÿ Amphitheater
The features include: Smart Water System Urban farming Roof garden Mycoﬁltra on Phytoremedia on Bio-pore Organic waste management Energy banks Green insula on Nature in the space
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The features include: Neighborgoods Market Shop and Gallery Healthy Canteen Sleeping Pods Rentable Space Rentable Community Space
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a Droplet of Future
FORM ANALOGY University
Agent of Innovation
Inspired by a single drop of water, this mass trying to deliver the simple element of living creatures. Water brings life, balance, and growth. Water means a system, a system that surrounds a life form, beginning, mid, and an end. Like a closed cycle of water itself, this building trying to bring a closed cycle of human living into a reality.
USER ZONING DIAGRAM
User area: Public Semi private Private
Room programming is based on the four main issues of students in general and is divided into various room function that fullfills the need of students. Function: Learning Living Social Health
this first phase focuses on the student centerâ€™s main building which aims to be a pilot project for similar buildings.
The area around the main building began to be used for urban farming and nature lab that supports the building functions.
Densify the trees at 2 spots to make educational forest. Moreover, amphitheater, retention pond, and neighborgoods market are injected to the area to maximize the use of the area.
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STRUCTURAL CONCEPT The longest span for this building is 6 m. It uses concrete column and beam as the structural frame. The diameter of the rounded column used is 460 mm The dimension of beam is 350 mm x 50 mm
BUILDING SECTIONS +9,50
1st floor plan
3rd floor plan
4th floor plan
1. Wood Parquet Floor 2. Plaster 3. Concrete Slab h: 12cm 4. 12cm Brick 5. Painted Wall Cladding 6. Concrete Canopy 7. Vegetation Pot 8. Wire Frame 9. Concrete Beam 50x35cm 10. Concrete Slab h: 12cm 11. Root Barier Protection 12. Subsurface Irrigation 13. Growing Media Tray 14. Growing Media
2nd floor plan
INTEGRATED BUILDING Integrating multiple complementary building utility systems to create a technologically sustainable environment. The utilization process starts SYSTEMS
from the bottom of the stage of producing energy, using that same energy and creating non-destructive waste throughout the entire process to create a building that has a good response to the surrounding ecosystem.
nitrogen rich water
URBAN FARMING & AQUAPONIC Using examples of the natural ecosystems as the foundation for producing sustainable food sources. Integrate urban farming and aquaponics as a means of producing sustainable food resources.
natural filtration back to water body
WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM Combining Bamboo Rhizofiltration concept and traditional water filtering well system in order to purify all wastewater from the building thus creating water that will not disturb the surrounding ecosystem.
ENERGY PRODUCTION SYSTEM
SMART WATER SYSTEM Water Cycle within this building
Water management system in building that are responsible for the collection stage, using stage, and returning stage. Consisting of multiple stages of water usage (blue, grey, and black water) and return it to the ecosystem without harmful effects.
ORGANIC WASTE MANAGEMENT
Organic waste that produced from building activity, returned to nature in a more useful form. Using a composting box to convert organic waste into a good fertilizer for plant growth.
INORGANIC WASTE MANAGEMENT
Utilizing two basic elements in nature as energy generating element, sunlight and water. Capturing photons using solar cells follows with its effective tilt angle to the sun, to alleviate energy outcome. Using water currents to rotate a mini hydro turbine that can generate electrical energy from its kinetic rotation.
Recycle inorganic waste (mainly plastic), using an integrated system, from the initial stage of grinding plastic to its smaller form, melting the plastic to creates its malleable forms, and re-create the plastic to another form of usefulness
HEALTHY LIVING FEATURES
Rentable Community Space
Student Center provides community to have their own place, office, or a workspace with an affordable and students friendly rent cost.
Shop & Gallery
Handcrafted goods or the innovative products created from workshop or collabs will be shown and sold for public.
Students or community member who wants to use these sleeping pods can book from the website online and pay before using it.
The canteen sells healthy food cooked by the staffs and becoming the income for the student center itself.
Neighbor Goods Market
selling area for stuffs that was produced from studentsâ€™ innovative activities in the Student Center and food and medicine from the urban farmfields. Other than that, local people around are also allowed to sell with limitations of goods sold must respond to environment issues.
Stationary & Photocopy
It sells stationary that is needed by students, communities, or even college students nearby the site.
The design of the Student Center makes the students get used to live alongside the nature and makes them know how to make their home sustainable in the ways they get from this building. The students know how to utilize the waste from their activities, how to take advantage of the rain water that goes down, how to grow their own food, and other things that addresses environmental issues.
Healthy Canteen sells healthy food cooked by the staffs. Food ingridients used are only organic food which can ensure student health.
Student Center provides a place where the students can cook for themselves with food available from the land around the building.
Innovative students activities that take time and energy make them need a place to rest and unwind. Student Center provides sleeping pods as a resting place for students who are working and innovating.
SOCIETAL EDUCATION STRATEGY Educational Features
Workshop from community to society
Student center is facilitating a proper place for students to learn or study. It is also helping students or community to learn about environmental knowledge. a place for students to learn through direct practice in the field. e.g. urban harvesting, waste management processes, rainwater harvesting, and other knowledge that addresses environmental issues. a place where students can search all the things they want to know through books.
a digital form of mini library. It provides the supporting gadget or technology to encourage educational environment.
a public space for students, communities, and citizens to gather and socialize.
a meeting place for the students, communities, universities, government, and corporates to disccuss about the ideas or innovative project in a more serious or private way.
an activity that helps the society to improve their quality of life through cultural, social, and environmental training.
Collaborative Working Space a place for the students to study, learn, work, and practice with various learning facilities and atmosphere.
SARIJADI HOUSING Location Site Area Mentor
: Perumnas Sarijadi, Kel. Sarijadi, Kec. Sukasari, Bandung : 113.490,85 m2 : Dr.Ing. Ir. Boedi Darma, MSA.
The increasing population density in the city of Bandung due to urbanization and rising birth rates provide the need for high occupancy. Housing that increases over time creates urban sprawl and makes the area inefficient for public and social facilities. In fact, even distribution of facilities and spaces of interaction for the community can improve the quality of life of its inhabitants. This master plan project seeks to provide a high-density residential complex consisting of 350 landed houses and 5 blocks of walk-up apartments. This master plan aims to improve the quality of life of residents by equalizing public and social, commercial and open space facilities that can be used for communities to interact. The residential complex has the concept of â€œwalkable neighborhoodâ€? to increase water recharge area and encourage passive contact for its residents. (Curated work on AR4090 - Design Studio Exhibition, January 14th-18th, 2019)
Site Building Coverage Ratio 60% Site Green Coverage Area 20% Setback from main road 4 m Side Setback 0 m Rear Setback 2 m
Noise from vehicles
Lack of public communal spaces Lack of parking areas
SITE CONSTRAINTS & ISSUES ANALYSIS
LAND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 1.
Departing from the condition of Jalan Sarimanah as the main road that needs to be maintained. Placement of apartment and commercial zones on the edge of Sarimanah Road to accommodate traffic needs
Split the site to connect Jalan Sarimanah with the road around the location.
The green lane and the pedestrian lane are added between the right and middle side as the result of the connecting road.
Clusters of detached houses are arranged by adjusting the previous stages. Houses are made with organic patterns (forward & backward) to increase the positive spaces of green open space formed by the mass arrangement.
SITE PLAN A. Walk-up Apartment B. Elementary School C. Kindergarten D. Commercial Rentable Area E. Mosque F. Musholla G. Health Center H. Community Hall I.Maternal and Child Health Services J. Garbage Dump K. Power House
LAND USE DIAGRAM
Residential Capacity: Detached houses: 357 units Walk-up apartments: 420 units
BUILDING USE DIAGRAM
SITE DRAINAGE DIAGRAM
Rainwater runoff drainage system from the road will be absorbed by the soil or flowed using bioswale to replace commonly used gutters. In bioswale, various kinds of vegetation will be planted to make the soil more porous and the water passing through it can easily enter more into the soil. For rainwater runoff from the cluster area of the house (footpath), in addition to bioswale sewers are also used, which at certain points there are control tanks to accommodate excess water. Sewerage systems from homes and buildings are carried out by means of a communal disposal system. From each house per cluster or closest row, it will be connected to a communal pipe which leads to 2-3 pieces of dirty water filtering tub. This tub is placed in the remaining space at the end of the cluster which is then used as a green open space/garden. Rainwater runoff drainage Grey water drainage
GREEN NETWORK DIAGRAM
The green layout on the design of this complex is multiplied by laying out plots that are arranged more organically to allow the formation of open spaces between the densities of the housing. There are 3 hierarchies of green open space based on their functional level. First hierarchy an open space which from the beginning was dedicated as a green line HUB, and can function for social/communal activities of citizens. Second hierarchy an open space through the formation of positive space around the cluster. This level of green open space is more used by residents because of passing, sitting, etc. Third hierarchy a green open space that is on the edge of the road and residents can interact socially in it.
VEHICLE CIRCULATION DIAGRAM First hierarchy road is Sarimanah Street which is an existing road from the site and often traversed by residents of Bandung, so that its location is maintained. Second hierarchy road is a street that divides housing complexes by connecting hierarchical road 1 with existing roads around the site. Third hierarchy road is a street to the communal parking area between clusters. First hierarchy road Second hierarchy road Third hieararchy road Existing road surrounding site
PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATIONDIAGRAM The house in this complex is mainly accessed using a pedestrian lane integrated with green open space lanes. Housing residents are prepared communal parking areas behind each cluster that are not far away, and access to homes is designed for use by pedestrians or bicycles. This will reduce the amount of land built for permanent construction to pave and procure roads.
FIRST HIERARCHY ROAD SECTION
SECOND HIERARCHY ROAD SECTION
THIRD HIERARCHY ROAD SECTION
Detached houses & Education Facility
Detached houses in front of second hierarchy road
Roundabout way in the second hierarchy road
Junction in the first hierarchy road
INCLUSIVE PARK, an Enticing Environment for All
Location : Inclusive Park & Maluku Park, Bandung, Jawa Barat Site Area : 400 m2 + 950 m2 Other Team Member : M. Ridho Kharisma P. Dini Fauziah Daud Inclusive Park is one of the thematic parks in Bandung that is made for people with disabilities who can act and play there. The Inclusion Park which is united with the Maluku Park is designed to have swings specifically designed for the quadriplegic, short slides with wide boards, and rotating toys that are wide and fit for several wheelchairs. Unfortunately, crucial things such as access to roads that are still blocked, uneven and broken roads, toys that cannot be used independently by disabilities, and roads that are too steep make Taman Inclusi not inclusive for everyone. In addition to discussing the inclusiveness that was issued, it was conceived in the Garden Inclusion design, located in both parks intersecting with the center of movement of people in the surrounding area. Among the centers of the movement included GOR Saparua looking for the street vendors, Jl. R.E. Martadinata with its factory outlets, Taman Maluku tennis court, BIP, until Siliwangi Stadium which is located not far from this park. However, visitors to both parks do not match the potential of a strategic visit. (First Winner)
In Redesigning Inclusive Park & Maluku Park, there are 3 main objectives, that make the Inclusive Park inclusive for people, provide a re-attraction for the Inclusive Park and the Maluku Park, and respond to the points of movement of the people around them. Therefore, the concept of â€œAn Enticing Environment for Allâ€? is taken, which means an environment that captivates all people. The environment in question consists of a combination of natural and artificial physical conditions with humans as users who respond to these conditions. Environmental users consist of various groups, young people, with any physical and mental conditions. Making Inclusive Park inclusive does not mean distinguishing this park from other parks in Bandung, but instead wants to make everyone able to enjoy and access the park together. The hope, ease of access in these two parks can be followed by other parks in Bandung. From the concept above, the design of Inclusive Park & Maluku Park is divided into two zones, namely Tranquil Zone for quieter activity and the Vibrant Zone for activities with many impulses and more zealous. The purpose of giving the park a back appeal is realized through the features that are inserted in each zone. The Vibrant Zone will respond to movements from the GOR direction Saparua mainly through the creation of an inclusive canteen and playground feature. The Tranquil Zone will provide features that respond to the use of surrounding land that gives peace. These features include viewing decks for viewing lakes, amphitheater, urban farm, and jogging tracks.
Park features provided in the design will not be able to reach all targets if not made facilities that make it easy for all groups to access the parkâ€™s features. Therefore, park support facilities are made based on all types of disabilities. If this facility can facilitate the disabled, it will also facilitate access of all people from young to old.
DINGKLIK PARAMETRIK Location : Gedung Labtek IXB, Bandung Institute of Technology Mentor : Aswin Indraprastha, ST., MT., M.Eng., Ph.D. Team Member: Diajeng Nashukha R. Joshua Aditya Theofillus Terry Devi Kava Nilla Almira Kridarahmanda Raden Cecylia Keshia Simatupang The design starts from observing the diamond shape footing on the first floor of Labtek IX, where the students are often seen sitting on diamond-shaped steps and stairs while waiting for class or during lunch breaks. In addition, the location of ceramic material, which when the rain cools, causes discomfort to sit. The tendency of students to chat and lack of material makes design opportunities for a comfortable and ergonomic seat.
The design uses the element rail parameters and multiple curve profiles, which are made in domain 0-1 to determine the location of 3 bench profiles that construct parametric shapes. The location of multiple curves must be in the xy plane position on the model. By using a sweep, form a brep. Then divided into frames of wooden boards that will be used using prep planes. The result is extruded to reveal the thickness of each wooden board frame according to its original size of 9 mm.
Using plywood panels, which are arranged so that between sections of stairs become a functional unit of seating. Functional seating is on the staircase and the meeting angle is two stairs (diamond shaped corner) The material to be used for panels is plywood. The ignition between panels uses steel asdrats. Retaining, locking panels, and spacing between panels is used nut.
The shape is composed of three main geometries (beginning, middle, end) for seamless parametric designs.
The wavy “dingklik” (bench) silhouette combines the dingklik with a diamond as a back when sitting.
With wood material with the same thickness and the same distance between the panels making the “dingklik” comfortable to occupy.
1. Each panel is given a sequence number based on the arrangement along with planned holes for connecting media between panels. 2. Cutting the plywood panels according to the pattern with the laser cutter. 3. Panels that have been cut one by one are finished with varnish to highlight the natural appearance of wood fibers 4. The panels that have been finalized are then arranged in sequence, then clamped with a steel rod which is inserted into the plywood hole, and clamped with a nut to stiffen. Between panels are separated by small panels to maintain distance and make the panels more rigid with each other. 5. Steel rods are then cut with a hacksaw.
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