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hello! I am a master of architecture student. I am very passionate about architecture and love to learn and design by albertus magnus yudhistira

thinking conceptually and creatively. I believe that good architecture and design could bring positive thoughts and change to the society by working collaboratively and multidisciplinary to meet the current and future needs. I am always driven to work to a high standard, love to experimenting and have a never ending curiosity to learn new things. When designing, I am always attracted by innovative and meaningful precedents which influenced me to design innovative yet unique but also dramatic architecture that tells a story. By starting with the word “what if ... ?�, I am challenged to experimenting various kinds of architecture.

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Albertus Magnus Yudhistira albertusmyudhistira@gmail.com +61 413 277 502 bit.ly/AlbertusIssuu


architecture intern MNC Land (Indonesia) conceptual and schematic design; signage design; construction documentation jan - feb 2017

Architectural Association Visiting School - Seoul Social Algorithm 5.0 jul 2017 Trinity College Foundation Studies subjects: environment and development; math 1; economics jun 2014 - jan 2015

organisational experience

Gonzaga College (Indonesia) science studies jul 2011 - may 2014

Melbourne University Indonesian Student Association media and marketing coordinator aug 2016 - jul 2017

skills

Indonesian Film Festival Inc. (Melbourne) creative vice coordinator sept 2015 - apr 2016

3D modelling and drafting Rhinoceros 5.0; Grasshopper; SketchUp; Autodesk Revit; Autodesk AutoCAD; ABB RobotStudio 6

competitions

digital image and rendering Adobe Photoshop; Adobe Illustrator; Adobe InDesign; Adobe Lightroom; Lumion;

One Heart Foundation Children’s Eco Village - international design competition participant - dec 2016

physical modelling 3D printing; laser cutting; ABB robot IRB 1200; handcrafting (balsa wood, concrete, plaster, screenboard, foamboard, etc.)

SuperStudio held by SONA (Student Organised Network for Architecture) participant - aug 2016

languages indonesian (native); english (fluent); german (basic)

Canon Light Awards Australia 2nd winner - July ed.

interests

Kompas national daily newspaper (Indonesia) photos were published in monthly photo competition aug 30 2013 ed.; july 2 2013 ed.; nov 30 2012 ed.

architecture; urbanism; photography; technology; model making; economics; marketing

referees Scott Woods tutor/lecturer (studio: earth) woods.scott@unimelb.edu.au

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The University of Melbourne Bachelor of Environments (Major: Architecture) mar 2015 - nov 2017

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student assistant Navanti (Melbourne) assisting in UNO Apartment model making; recommendation on model and display suite layout; liaising with stake holder nov 2017

The University of Melbourne Master of Architecture feb 2018 - present

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The University of Melbourne

2017-2

77 Story St., Parkville, Victoria, Australia

Individual - High School Building Extension

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THE PARKVILLE BAZAAR

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BAZAR of ATHENS

Edward Dodwell (1821)

The painting Bazar of Athens above by Edward Dowell portrays a story of a weekly market of Athens where Greeks, Turks and Albanians mingle together, along with peasants and farmers from the surrounding countryside. The market thus becomes a place where people from different background and culture gather, in which there is a process of exchange, not limited to goods, but also language, culture, knowledge and everything. Key aspects that are taken for the design principle are open and flexible. The word open means the building should be open to new ideas and people from diverse background. At the same time time, in terms of space, the building is also open as people can see what is happening on the other side, so it appreciates the idea of transparency. The second one is flexible, that means the space must be flexible to allows continuous change and adaptation to changing needs and future changes. This flexibility is translated into a multipurpose bazaar where activities are happening on it. The new school building itself will feature a boulevard-like thoroughfare in the middle that connects the old school building with the Royal Parade. The boulevard, or the bazaar, will be based on the principle of flexibility so it could accommodate multiple kinds of programs and activities such as music performance, art exhibition, workshops, weekly market, etc. in and around it. It is going to be the center of activity and open laboratory that creates opportunities for the informal evolution of knowledge.

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1. Intersection between precincts

2. Existing entry point

3. Create a new entry point - a Bazaar for the community

8. The massing strategy lets the winter sun to get in

9. The north building protects the Bazaar from the winter wind

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Sports Hall

Library Formal Learning Area

7. Add programs


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4. Put the building close to Royal Parade

5. Create a slope to align with the surrounding building height

6. Cut the box again to accommodate the Bazaar

10. Add roof to shelter the bazaar from weather

11. Add building skin to protect the bazaar from wind

12. The facade will protect the occupiers from the hot summer sunlight


Library

Roof Garden

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

Formal Learning Area

Lecture Theatre

Cafetaria

The Bazaar

Gym

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

EAST SECTION

Sports Hall


13 THE BAZAAR (facing west)

THE BAZAAR (facing east)

WEST SECTION

THEATRE

SPORTS HALL


DAILY SCHOOL HOURS USE

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WORKSHOP and EXHIBITION USE

EXPLODED AXONOME

PARKVILLE SUNDAY MARKET USE As the Bazaar will accommodate multiple kind of activities during the day, programs is then proposed to predict what the space is going to be look like during the daily school hours and after school hours. The diagram is divided into three main activities: daily use, workshop/ exhibition/meeting use, and Parkville Sunday Market use. One of the ways to achieve this flexibleness of the space is by having a convertible wall, which the door and wall can be folded to accommodate stalls and different kind of activities.

NORMAL USE

EVENT USE

FLEXIBLE CLASSROO


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PARAPET

MAIN STRUCTURE

ENTRY FROM ROYAL PARADE CEILING FEATURE

FACADE

GLASS WALL

INTERIOR WALL

VIEW FROM STORY STREET STAIRS

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ETRIC BUILDING ELEMENTS

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The University of Melbourne

2017-1

Merri Creek, Victoria, Australia

Group - Parametric Design Experimentation

Albertus Ma

FOR SALE: TREE STUMP*

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*Free Echidna Inside!


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agnus Yudhistira // Henry Kurniawan // Muchen Yan

Joshua Russo-Batterham and Julian Rutten

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This studio is mainly based on parametric modelling and computational design. Our brief for this studio was to create a “hotel� for echidna that lives along the Merri Creek in Melbourne. As a natural environment that located in an urban context, the human activity around the Merri Creek is quite dense, especially along the Merri Creek Trails. However, human activity in the Merri Creek, such as throwing trashes and removal of tree stumps might harm its habitat. The impact might be the decrease of insects such as termite and ants, which is the main source of food for the echidna.

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My role in the group was fabricate the modules (material: concrete, foam, dried moss, acetone), design the layout for the group journal, cut the foam using the robot, and contribute in the design idea generation process.

Construction and fabrication process CREATE THE WHOLE STRUCTURE

DIVIDE INTO MODULES

PRODUCE MODULAR FORMWORK USING ROBOT

CAST

ASSEMBLE


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Robot cutting process


Fabrication process

1. Robot-cut mold

2. Moss was put inside the mold and sticked to the side of

it before pouring the concrete

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Removing the foam

5. Playing

with disintegrated foam to create an organic kind of texture

4. Applying acetone for the inner foam part

6. Polishing


21 The reason why we chose tree stump is mainly that it is the place where various living organisms live and also one of the echidna’s favourite spots to find their food. However, these rotten tree stumps that contain termites is often seen as a pest to human and commonly removed. By removing the stumps, human terminates echidna’s source of food without knowing that tree stumps are actually important for some animals. Therefore, we would like to create a design that could raise the importance of the tree stump towards human’s perspective, just like how echidna considers it as important. Therefore, our design were based on the existence of the tree stump itself. With the structure projected towards the stump, people who observe the structure will realize that the stump is the important thing about this structure, just like an altar in a Cathedral or a stupa in a Buddhist Temple. We created a modular design incorporating the formal language of a cathedral or temple, with multi-level structure projected towards the sky. We believe that this formal language of a religious architecture will bring importance to an object, just like people in the past who praise natural features such as tree or rocks. We also used modular elements to create the whole structure so it is adaptable to another type of echidna’s habitat e.g. tree logs. Computational design and robot were then used to produce the modular elements.


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The University of Melbourne

2016-2

Alexandra Gardens, Victoria, Australia

Individual - Boathouse

Raju Mazumdar

A MELBURNIAN JOURNEY

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SUN PATH

CIRCULATION

VIEW

NOISE BARRIER

NATURAL ELEMENTS

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The brief for this studio was to design a new boathouse open to the public which the design must according to the manner of a master (in this case: Tadao Ando) to add excitement and liveliness to the Melburnians. Surrounded by natural landscape, this site is surely exciting to let people feel the nature. However, the southern part of the site is very noisy—from Alexandra Avenue—which then a semi-circular wall is designed to create a microcosm of the site. Water is also an important element in the site where almost half of the site is the river. Water thus incorporated into the design as the most important part of the journey. When people walking to the entrance, they will see trees and other natural elements and intended to set their mind of the natural landscape. Then they will go down to the artificial lake in the middle of it which give chance for people to have a very different view and hear the sound of the landscape while viewing the tranquillity of the water. Tadao Ando rarely changes the existing landscape of a site, so in the design, there are two separate buildings which are: the boathouse and the water feature. Some of the features are built underground to give space for existing trees, road and bike lane above it (not moved too far from the existing road). Interestingly, most of his buildings act as an active architecture, which always asks people to have an intimacy with the building. He rarely directs people straight to a point, but he uses an ambiguous direction and play with natural lights/darkness/surprises “to create the experience when people move through, making them think, feel, and communicate—especially when it is combined with other perceptions and abstract nature”. He often incorporates a biophilic design which creates a positive experience of nature and touches people’s emotions.


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Boat storage

Kiosk Boat hire counter

Boat workshop

Office Toilet and shower

Toilet Kitchen Restaurant

DETAILED PLAN

SITE PLAN


East Section

Restaurant Section

Boathouse Section

East Elevation

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North Elevation


29 phot ogr aphy 3. Going down the the artificial lake Simplicity and nothingness. To let people empty their mind before entering the “hidden” lake.

4. Entering the second gate A very different atmosphere. People could hear the sound of nature, birds, winds, leaves. It is a hidden gem.

5. Diverted walkway People are directed to enter the dark walkway. To allow people to meditate, contemplate and follow their emotions.

6. Walkway to the restaurant A dark walkway. The only source of light is from the strip hollow line on one side of the walkway to create a phenomena that represents the source of life.

7. The restaurant Glass roof and wall restaurant to create opennes and let people to see their “past” experiences, while enjoying the view of the nature.

8. The boathouse, the final frame Framed view of the city of Melbourne and the river, to let people see the present condition of the landscape.

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2. Entering the first gate People are directed to enter the building and welcomed by the gate which also works as a frame to a whole new view.

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1. Entering the area from north-west People are directed to enter the building via a pathway.


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The University of Melbourne

2016-1

Herring Island, Victoria, Australia

Individual - Design Exploration

Scott Woo

A PLACE FOR KEEPING SECR

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When Secret is Only an Illusion


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An active object or installation. Not a structure within a site, but a structure that becomes the site, egalitarian. Both intimidating and exciting. Trapped, uncertainty, but exciting. Inspired by some precedents, a mixture of intimidation and excitement was added to improve the spatial quality of the design. The floating structure would intimidate people who are afraid as they have the possibilities to fall into the river. However, for those whose curiosity defeats their fear would found this exciting as this is a challenge for them A small space was then added to encourage people to think, imagine, speculate, question. Doubts and speculations that came out were derived from people’s mind and response to what they see. The truth behind it might be different between one and another, depends on one’s perspective. Like the pyramid in Egypt, people speculate a lot about what was actually happening inside. Too many secrets need to be revealed, but too many answers and speculations to be trusted. Nothing. Yes, nothing. There is literally nothing inside the small space that ends the visitor’s journey. It is a dead end. People might think that there is something inside, but unfortunately is not. Let them speculate. “You might think that something was intentionally being hidden or kept out from you. You thought that I was keeping a secret. The truth is, nothing is being hidden nor was I keeping a secret. The secret is actually inside your mind and perception. No need to speculate. No need to question. Since there is no secret.

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It is just a fantasy ...”


33 LOCATION OF THE CHOSEN SITE IN HERRING ISLAND

EAST SECTION

GRAPH SHOWING THE VISIBILITY OF HERRING ISLAND FROM DIFFERENT VIEWPOINTS ALONG THE MAIN YARRA TRAIL AND ALEXANDRA AVENUE


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Studio: Earth model making design exploration

The concept was to create a repetition of similar elements and unify it to produce a flow of a single form. A dramatic moment was happening when the form was flowing from the ground and then rise with the ending nearly touches the ground. Similary, by left it hanging like that, the representation of focus point could be clearly seen. Moreover, the vertical "columns" in the middle of the form were made to contrast the horizontal flow of the main form.

Therefore, the theme for this was "from pieces into a piece".


35 Generally speaking, the certain hierarchy of frame and infill was: constraint is the frame and freedom inside the frame. The hierarchy then developed into deeper definitions of frame and infill: infill is fluid, dynamic, spills out from the frame and frame is static, permanent, fixed, dominant. By questioning the hierarchy between frame and infill, it could be argued that frame did not always win. Being trapped for long, infill slowly collects its power to take over the domination. Finally, when infill has enough power to twist the condition, then it will. Frame, as it starting to lose, would follow what the infill do. Infill spills out of the frame! It defeats the frame that has restrained it for so long! It is a revolution! or is it a coup d'etat?


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37 Basically just playing with the actual thing of the three techtonics. A new idea was tried which was moving upward the underground mass to the position between P/L/P and Frame and Infill. The idea behind this was again questioning the hierarchy of each techtonic by rearranging the above, on and underground state of each techtonic. In relation to the "secret" idea, the mass "box" represents the secret which is hidden inside it and the Frame and Infill timber thing above it creates attraction that comes from the secret to create curiosity for people who see it. The timber thing was actually could pop-out if someone move the servo which located inside the alcove of the mass "box".


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Architectural Association

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Garibong Dong, Seoul, South Korea

Group - Mapping as Design

Albertus

GROOVE TOP

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Maximising the Use of Rooftop


tutor Soomeen Hahm and Aleksandar Bursac

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s Magnus Yudhistira // Yuanyuan Che // Hyunsung Choi // Jesslyn Humardani // Janghee Lee


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Words by Soomeen Hahm and Aleksandar Bursac (Mapping as Design, Architectural Association Visiting School 2017, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea). The full report of the course can be accessed via https://issuu.com/soomeenhahm/docs/mapping-as-design

Garibong Dong area lacks public spaces where people can actually gather, sit together, and spend time as a community. It goes as far as old people needing to seat on the pavement, and for children to stay on the street sides without proper leisure zone. It is our goal to take into consideration the needs of every different type of person in this site community. However, in Chinese culture, it is common to use the public space of the street for dancing activities. Not only do the chinese people dance in the street, but also they create a liveful atmosphere which brings joy to the community, as well as taking advantage of every public spaces they are given. The groove top project will try to resolve this lack of public space and suggest some different solution for each group of people of this community to gather and share their interest.


41 The first map is showing the height of building with a color gradient code. Height is given according not only to the building’s number of level, but considering the ground height as well. Zero is the sea height. It is noticeable that buildings height is arranged in a linear logic, which follow the natural slope of the terrain. In order to arrange the building height and create public spaces on top of the city, the buildings were sorted accoding to their height range. It is meant to group the building with similar height and merge them into one bigger roof space.


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Morning Time 3am - 7am

Activity Time 7am - 3pm

Coming home Time 3pm-7pm

Dinner Time 7pm - 10pm

Night Time 10pm - 3am

The designed rooftop are allocated to different typology of users according to the time period. Using the previous analysis of spatial shifting of different categories of person in the community, the merged rooftop are given a suggestion toward which use could be optimal in different part of the days. In doing so the Groove Top projects aims to gather people around different activities such as yoga, tai chi, hip hop dancing, and to open the gathering opportunities for citizen.


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The University of Melbourne

2017-1

222 Ferris Rd., Melton South, Victoria, Australia

Individual

CONSTRUCTION DESIGN Understanding construction stages, detailing, and reasons behind the choices of building structure and materials are the main aim of this subject. To help students in understanding that, we were assigned a 6x6 meter section of Western BACE building designed by Six Degrees Architects and we had to peeled-off that section and produced an axonometric building and a complete detailed 1:20 model. To be included in the drawing and model are the foundation, footing system, slab system, structural system and detailings of the building skin.

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Roof: Versiclad insulated roof structure was chosen as it is lightweight but at the same time provide good insulation

First floor structure: Precast hollowcore concrete slab and precast column were used to maximise the Net Internal Area as it can span longer

Ground floor and footing structure: The connection between the precast column and pad footing


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Slab 22/ 150 Bondek slab 23/ 400 cog Floor Finishes 24/ [CP3] Ontera ‘Envisions IBC’ cut pile lon carpet tiles with custom design, 457.2mm x 457.2mm x 7.3mm tiles, polymer fibreglass reinforced backing with 40% recycled content.

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Footing 25/ [PF1] Pad footing 600 mm depth with N20 reinforcement bars for bottom, and N16 bars for top. 26/ [WBR2] Reinforced blockwork N12, wall bracing and fully reinforced. 27/ [SF1] Strip footing 600 mm depth with 4-L12 top and bottom 28/ 100 mm compressible cardboard 1000x1000 void formers. Waterproofing membrane above it. 29/ mass concrete

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Soil 30/ 0-0.15m, admixed silt, clay, crushed basalt, brown/red 31/ 0.15-1.5m, silty clay, red/brown, high plasticity 32/ basalt rock 33/ line of influence

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Ceiling and Roof 16/ [1DH1] 250x90 PFC continuous 17/ [DR3] 75x75x4.0 SHS for dropper 18/ [CT] (acoustic) ceiling tile, ‘Ultima’ very fine texture minreal fibre suspended 19/ [RB2] 600x115 GL18 Unilam 20/ Perforated box gutter 21/ 90x45 MGP10 trimmers to RB2 for support

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12 Wall 1/ [DG12] 50mm thick internal glazed pivot door 2/ [WG12] Aluminium frame with double glazed window 3/ 190mm core-filled blockwork 4/ 90mm internal blockwork 5/ [PB] Plasterboard 6/ [PC1] 700x250 precast column 7/ 20mm R2.4 foilboard 8/ [FC2] 150 PFC 9/ Folded clorbond capping 10/ PFC header with welded steel plate support for window head 11/ [MC1] R6.0 insulation, Kingspan ‘Kooltherm K5’ external wall board 12/ [1C1] 100x100x6 SHS 13/ [RB11] 125x65 PFC 14/ [WF1] wall frame, 75x50x3.0 RHS 15/ 3mm perforated metal galvanised steel with 19mm diameter holes

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Portfolio (Architecture + Graphic Design + Photography)  

My undergraduate CV and Portfolio (Vol. 2, 2018). It showcases my previous works in architecture, graphic design and photography.

Portfolio (Architecture + Graphic Design + Photography)  

My undergraduate CV and Portfolio (Vol. 2, 2018). It showcases my previous works in architecture, graphic design and photography.

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