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Andry Halim, ST architectural portfolio 2006/2014

+62 816 140 8858

+65 9065 9965

andryhalim01@gmail.com


Curriculum Vitae Objectives

“To work in an environment that pushes the current limits of my abilities and allows me to learn and apply sustainable architecture in the real world.”

Personal Identity Full name Andry Halim Place/Date of Birth Jakarta / May 9th 1988 Address

Ampasit V / 10 669D Jurong West Street 64 Cideng,10150 #13-56 Jakarta, Indonesia Singapore

Phone

+ 62 816 140 8858 + 65 9057 9965

E-mail Address

andryhalim01@gmail.com

Nationality

Indonesian

Education

1994-2000 Primary School - SDK II BPK Penabur Jakarta 2000-2003 Junior High School - SMPK II BPK Penabur Jakarta 2003-2006 Senior High School - SMUK III BPK Penabur Jakarta 2006-2010 UndergraduateTarumanagara University Jakarta Faculty Engineering - Architecture GPA 3.52 2013-2014 Postgraduate - National University of Singapore School of Design and Environment Msc. Integrated Sustainable Design CAP 3.30 Languages Indonesian Spoken &Written English Spoken & Written Interests Sports Music Movies Design Reading Photography

Organizational 2004-2005 High School Level Experiences Artistic Design Division Staff in School Magazine 2006-2010 University Level Committees of several university activities

Professional 2009 PT Tiara Metropolitan Jaya experiences Internship – oversee project for mixed use building- Central

Park Jakarta 2009 Aminidi Design Internship - did architectural drawings of some residentials projects and architectural competitions 2009 Tarumanagara University Lecture Assistant – assisted lecturer in “Computational Design” 2010 ILATAAJ Architects -2013 Architectural Assistant - handle various interior and exterior projects

Competitions 2009

Semi finalist University of Indonesia Vocational Building Competition 2009 Participant University of Indonesia Art&Cultural Center Competition 2013 Participant Futurarc Prize 2014 - Water and the City Program Adobe Photoshop AutoCAD Rhinoceros Revit Architecture Media School Projects 2010 Public Expose STUPA 7 Jakarta Pet Center 2010 SKETSA (Faculty of Architecture Magazine) exhibition Jakarta Pet Center 2010 Public Expose STUPA 8.10 Jakarta Library for The Blind and Visually Impaired Professional Projects 2011 50 Indonesian Interior + Product Designer ILATAAJ Architect’s Projects 2012 Archinesia Magazine Andorra Hotel. Bengkulu (ILATAAJ Architects) 2012 Indonesia Architecture Public Exhibition. Den Haag Andorra Hotel Bengkulu. DK House (ILATAAJ Architects) 2012 Skala+ Magazine Interior&Product Design Vol 07.2 Pazia Summarecon Mal Serpong (ILATAAJ Architects) 2014 InDesign Magazine Issue 08.2014 Pazia Central Park - Futuristic Gem


Projects Undergraduate School Projects

2009

Jatinegara Bird Market Revitalization

2010

Jakarta Library for The Blind and Visually Impaired

7th term studio project

final term studio project

Graduate School Projects

2013

Adaptable Building in Flood Risk Area 1st term studio project

Professional Project

2010

Jatinegara Bird Market Revitalization Model. Visulization

Pazia. Central Park Mall. Jakarta Design. Model. Visualization

LBUM. Bengkulu

Design. Model. Visualization

Blitz Megaplex. Pacific Place Mall. Jakarta Design. Model. Visualization

2011

LBUM Lampung

Design. Model. Visualization

Pazia. Summarecon Mall 2. Serpong Design. Model. Visualization

Pazia. Beachwalk. Bali Design. Model. Visualization

DK House. Almere. Netherland Design. Model. Visualization

Competitions

2009

University of Indonesia Art&Cultural Center Competition University of Indonesia Vocational Building Competition

2013

Futurarc Prize 2014 - Water and the City

Freelance projects

2012

NH House. Jakarta

2013

D’Greenie Hotel. Banten

Interior Design. Furniture Design Concept Design. Visualization.


Jakarta

7th Term Studio Project

Urban Acupuncture - Jatinegara Pet Center

Indonesia

Front Perspective

Urban Acupuncture

Urban Acupuncture is a combination of measures to reactivate some point a city that is ‘dead’ by placing an object (program) in that section. In this case the point of the city is Jatinegara Bird Market, at Jatinegara, East Jakarta Project “Jatinegara Pet Center” seeks to revitalise the old Bird Market, which was destroyed in fire, also trying to improve the quality of Jatinegara area, which is an area that is badly planned. The problems to be solved such as poor sanitation, street vendor who takes the road, as well as the unavailability of parking areas.

Site

Jatinegara, East Jakarta Commercial Area

Jatinegara Market & Jatinegara Train Station as Landmark

Problems

Lack of bad drainage pedestrians traffic jam

street vendors

Chinatown

Flood

Massing Process

linear mass

elevate site boundary

pedestrian

ramp

Mass divided by 2 is based on the main pedestrian flow around the region, which is from the Jatinegara Market to Jatinegara Station. Mass removed to create a pedestrian URBAN GROUND for the masses on it. The main entrance is located on the 2nd floor of the building, connected from the ground floor using a wide ramp, to create an impression of inviting for visitors, and divide the pedestrian flow on the site

Andry Halim, ST

final mass


Ground Floor Plan Perspective Section

LEGENDS:

1: FISH FOOD & ACCESORIES STALL 2: FOOD PARK 3: FISH STORE 4: BIRD STORE 5: PLAZA

The area of the existing street vendors at the ground floor, the fish traders, as well as the connector area between the Jatingera Market and Jatinegara Station. Whereas, the second and third floor, the major program of building, the bird market, can be reached using ramp and stairs from ground level

Renderings

view from west entrance

view from east entrance


Jakarta

Undergraduate Final Studio Project

Library for the Blind and Visually Impaired Why do we need library for the blind and the visually impaired in Jakarta?

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2000

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8 mil

200,000

350,000

in Jakarta

Visually impaired people intelligence level

braille book

public library

56%

training facilities

11%

office supporting tactilefacilities book receptionist book production

03% 05% 04% 05%

Site

Site

in Jakarta

19% below average 67% average 14% above average

Visually impaired people in Indonesia is increasing every year. They need a place where they can access informations independently. However, in Indonesia, especially Jakarta there’s no place to do that, even in our own National Library. So this building will be a place which provides media for the blind and visually impaired that comes with facilities, infrastructures, and services, that are designed specifically for them What are the users of this library? TOTAL BLINDNESS - Someone is called totally blind if he/ she has no eyeball, can’t distinguish a dark light, can not process what is seen on his still functioning brain (Alana M. Zambone. 1992) LOW VISION - Condition in which the two eyes can not see fingers of which is moved at a distanceof one meter in front of him/her, despite wearing glasses or enough light to see (Alana M. Zambone. 1992)

16,000 sqm large print book

audio book 308,000 collection

printed collection

45%

large-print books 25%

138,600 collection

nonprinted collection

library collection

1995

100% library 16% What are the collections in children the library? The collection in the library are large-print books, audio books, tactile books, and braille books, which can be enjoyed using their hearing, touch, and the remaining of their sight senses library for the blind and visually impaired

Introduction

Indonesia

55%

169,400 collection

braille books

25%

tactile books

38%

audio books

38%

cassette

15%

audio video

02%

This comparison study is based on comparison between collection in other libraries in the same categories, such as Japan Braille Library, Korea Braille Library, Vision Australia Library, and Perkins Library

GFA 40% FAR 2.5

The chosen site is at Cilandak area, South Jakarta, it fulfilled the criterias, such as easy access from the visually impaired community nearby, low density, well-known area, and a lot of signages throughout the area


Contrast colors can be implemented in a building to make it more accessible for the visually impaired, because their sight still can respond the contrast colors This concept is also implemented in the varieties of scale and proportion, lightdark, etc, so that people can ‘feel’ differently when accessing different rooms

Massing

Programming

Mass forms adapted to the site. Extensive green area on the site used as a blind mobility training area

100%

Linear circulation in buildings made so that blind people can easily move, and equipped with tactile paving, and use a textured wall to stimulate the sense of touch are visually impaired.

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Linear Mass

Blend with Site

library for the blind and visually impaired

Design Concept Contrast

children library

16%

public library

56%

training facilities

11%

office supporting facilities receptionist book production

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Undergraduate Final Studio Project

Library for the Blind and Visually Impaired LEGENDS: 1: CHILDREN LIBRARY 2: TRAINING FACILITY 3: COLLECTION PRODUCTION & REPAIR FACILITY 4: ART GALLERY 5: RETAIL & RESTAURANT 6: LOBBY 7: SERVICE & UTILITY

Ground Floor Plan

Section

Elevation

LEGENDS: 1: PUBLIC LIBRARY 2: AUDITORIUM 3: OFFICE 4: READING PARK 5: SERVICE & UTILITY

2nd Floor Plan

Jakarta

Indonesia


Axonometric

Sustainable Approaches curtain wall low e-glass

to decrease 70% of heat and 30% light radiation inside the building

auditorium

facade is covered with metal panels, support LED light, used for wayfinding at noon and for exterior lighting at night

green roof

to decrease temperature inside the building and for a venue for outdoor activities

solar panel

provides an alternative renewable energy source to the building

Renderings vertical louvers

reduces heat entering the building

perforated aluminum facade

biofilter

vertical greeneries, absorbs CO2 reduces heat entering the build- and produces O2, also filters ing but also provides adequate polluted air. The blinds can also take advantage of its texture for sunlight wayfinding


Adaptable Building in Flood Risk Area

Apartment X Office

Integrated Sustainable Studio - First Term Studio Studio Anchor : Dr. Nirmal Kishnani Studio Tutor : Assoc. Prof. Nalanie Mithraratne (Dept. of Architecture) Assoc. Prof. Sekhar Kondepudi (Dept. of Building) M.Sc Integrated Sustainable Design National University of Singapore

Jakarta

Indonesia


Introduction Jakarta is the capital and the largest city in Indonesia. It is the second most populated city in Southeast Asia, with a population of 15,100,000 million people. With that high level of population, especially the middle class population, which drive the consumption level, Jakarta is the best city for investment. So, there is a high demand of new apartment and office buildings in Jakarta and the level of occupancy have always reach more than 80%. This marketdriven situation will lead to the increasing land price and scarcity. Although Jakarta has been touted as the top city for investment, it has a lot of environmental vulnerabilities such as flood, earthquake, land-subsidence, and sea level rise. In 2030, Jakarta will be facing more than 400sqkm area that will affected by flood, 15 cm of sea level rise (0.8 cm/year), change of temperature by (0.60 oC warmer), and 200-250 cm of land subsidence (12 cm/year). Jakarta also faces the problem of water demand. It is increasing rapidly (163% by 2030), but the water supply amount is static. Due to the illegal groundwater extraction by most of the development in the city and increasing number of new development, the burden of the city will increasing as well. Considering all issues above, building adaptability is the solution for Jakarta. Jakarta need an easily convertible building form office to residential or vice versa, with minimum impact for the environment, and passive strategies due to the increasing danger of global warming, without neglecting occupant comfort This building, located in a 5,000 sqm site in West Jakarta not only tries to deal with the vulnerabilities, such as flood, and land subsidence, but also the problem of adaptability, changing of function, from residential to office


Jakarta

Adaptable Building in Flood Risk Area

Apartment X Office

Indonesia

Site

Massing To help choosing a site which represents problems in Jakarta, a risk map consisting of various vulnerablity layers such as flood, land subsidence, poverty, density, and unregistered lands, was developed by the team. The red color represents high risk areas, we chose our site within those areas

Community Farm beside The Site

How does the risk of flooding affect the massing process of the building?

1

CUT & FILL

2

RAISE GF

3

LONG MASS

4

FREE GF

Slums

Cut a big section of the site to divert the existing water flow

Raise the ground level of building, place the mass at the highest site area

Low-Rise Housings Education

SITE Offices Low-Rise Housings

SECONDARY ROAD

SITE

PRIMARY ROAD WINDFLOW

community farm

flood source

The Site CLIMATE DATA Avg. Rainfall Level Sunlight hours Humidity

: 160mm/ month : 8 hours : 80.6 %

SITE DATA Site Area GFA FAR Max. Height

: 5,400 sqm : 55% : 4 : 12 floors

HAZARD ANALYSIS FLOOD Flood Source : fluvial flooding Flood Probability : twice a year Depth of Flood : 0.3 - 0.6 m Duration of Flood : 2-3 days LAND SUBSIDENCE Subsidence Lvl : High Risk (-10cm/year)

Create a long mass along the flood water flow

Make the first floor a free area to be used for public and commercial area


Landscape Strategy How does the site affect the massing process of the building?

RESIDENTIAL/ OFFICE

7

How to utilize landscape to cleanse greywater and rainwater for building use?

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Two masses, north-south oriented, to maximise units, shaded area, and landscape coverage. To connect those two masses, ther e are connectors in every levels, also serve as a community space

CATCHMENT & DETENTION

Slowing down the flow of rainwater runoff by draining it through vegetations

2

PURIFICATION

Cleanse rainwater runoff entering the channel

PARKING AREA

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3

RETENTION

CIRCULATION

5

4

STORAGE

Parking area is facing the west side to block the hot west sunlight from penetrating the public place

Connects two streets to reduce existing traffic load. Entrance is placed overlooking the circulation and water bodies. Public spaces are oriented to the water bodies for maximum view

Retains water for a longer period in a cistern, basin, or pond

Store some water for building use and release some amount back for groundwater recharge


Jakarta

Adaptable Building in Flood Risk Area

Apartment X Office

Water System Diagram

How is water efficiency achieved in the building ?

RAINFALL

Water Supply Rainwater 45% Flood/Canal water 30% Greywater 25%

WATER TANK at roof

WATER FIXTURES potable use

TOTAL WATER SUPPLY: 7.000.000 L/YEAR (Potable Use) 4.000.000 L/YEAR (Non-Potable Use)

bioretention planters

Water Needs

Indonesia

WATER FIXTURES non-potable use

Water Demand With the building possibility to change function from residential to office, the demand of water is changing too, because of the occupants level and needs

Residential Mode

The demand is higher than supply, so another source of water is needed, which is the river nearby. canal 9%

GREYWATER RECOVERY TANK

FILTRATION TANK

total demand 100% Average Flood Height = 40cm

total supply 91%

Office Mode

The demand level in office mode is 2/3 less in residential mode, so there will be an excess of water, which will be released to the city grid total demand 37% total supply 100%

WATER TANK at parking building

released 63%

GREY WATER SYSTEM

Greywater will be purified using greywater recovery tank, and will be reused for non potable use

RAIN WATER SYSTEM

Rainwater is collected and cleansed sequentially through the green roof and tiers of small bioretention planters by gravity, then stored in the water tank before pumped to the water fixtures

FLOOD WATER SYSTEM

Treated water from the constructed wetlands will be absorbed by the ground, some other will penetrate to the filtration tank below it, then pumped to the water fixtures via vertical shaft


Modularity

Unit Types

Performance

Residential Mode

Residential Mode

OPEN PLAN OFFICE

1BR 1BR 1BR 1BR

2BR

1BR 1BR 1BR 1BR

2BR

1BR 1BR 1BR

2BR

1BR 1BR 1BR

2BR

1Bedroom Unit 30SQM

Office Mode

2Bedroom Unit

48SQM

RESIDENTIAL DAYLIGHT PENETRATION 74

%

OFFICE DAYLIGHT PENETRATION 72

%

WET AREA

1138sqm

360sqm 440sqm

290sqm

182sqm

Basic module is 10,000 x 12,000 based on optimal daylight distance for an office building and common size of a 1 bedroom unit apartment in Jakarta. Using this module, space can be easily configured to a closed plan office, open plan office, and residential units

104sqm

90sqm 158sqm 224sqm

Office Mode - Unit Type Range

RESIDENTIAL SPACE EFFICIENCY 62

%

OFFICE SPACE EFFICIENCY 73%

Each floor plan is designed to maximise daylight and efficiency. The floor plate efficiency percentage is quite low, because of the connector between the two building. It serves as a green space and communal area, a custom in Jakarta


Jakarta

Adaptable Building in Flood Risk Area

Apartment X Office

Indonesia

FACADE SYSTEM Facade system using permanent mullion, removable panel and glazing. glass, wiremesh, perforated panel, aluminum panel, jalousies, light shelves, can be easily changed using this system

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TRANSFORMATION

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FIXED ELEMENT WET AREA : used as green area, kitchen,

to accomodate various rooms configuration

and toilet DRY AREA VERTICAL UTILITY SHAFT

4 RESIDENTIAL MODE

5

3 WALL CONSTRUCTION

DRYWALL SYSTEM: lighter and slimmer, can be quickly relocated, adjustable accoustic level, electrical cable can be easily installed inside wall GLAZING & DOOR SYSTEM

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CHANGING TO OFFICE MODE OFFICE MODE Some panels are removed, leaving just the fixed elements RAISED FLOOR PLATFORM WALL CONSTRUCTION Curtain wall frame are installed then the panels area installed, (vertical utility shafts, permanent mullions, and core). Parts of Office units with raised floor, to create a hidden void for the according to the function of the rooms. Wiremesh panel for the wet areas are converted to utility rooms and office toilets passage for mechanical and electrical service railing. Alumonum panel and louvers for bathroom area, and swing windows for the rooms


VEGETATED SWALES

PARKING BUILDING STRUCTURE with creepers

OFFICE MODE

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GREEN DECK

SITE & LANDSCAPE

AXONOMETRIC

OVERALL BUILDING

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CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS SEDIMENTATION BASIN WATER GATE 2

TOTAL LANDSCAPE AREA

83.3% TOTAL SITE AREA


MICRO TO MACRO Return Air Ducts

Raised Floor

Operable Aluminum window Panel

FACADE DETAIL : OFFICE MODE Light shelves/ Louvers

Permanent Mullion

SPACE CONFIGURATION : OFFICE MODE

AHU Toilet Room

1 FLOOR SECTION : OFFICE MODE Connector with planter box

Aluminum Panel

FACADE DETAIL : RESIDENTIAL MODE Louvers

Perforated Aluminum Railing

2 Bedroom Apartment

SPACE CONFIGURATION : RESIDENTIAL MODE

1 Bedroom Apartment

1 FLOOR SECTION : RESIDENTIAL MODE Connector with planter box


Bengkulu

ANDORRA HOTEL

Indonesia

ILATAAJ Architects Location Land Area Floor Area Program Exp. Finish

: Bengkulu, Indonesia : +/- 3,500 sqm : +/- 6,200 sqm : Hotel & Car Showroom : 2013

ILATAAJ won a competition to design a boutique hotel in Bengkulu. The hotel has 81 rooms capacity with roof garden along with a swimming pool, fitness center, spa, restaurant and meeting rooms. The hotel also features a performance space with a capacity of 400 people.

Bird’s Eye View

The design boasts a row of curved steel structure as a character of the entire building. This hotel is expected to be a landmark and meeting place in crowded city of Bengkulu

Back Perspective

Front Perspective

Ground Floor Plan


GARDEN DINE ILATAAJ Architects

Location : Mall of Indonesia, Jakarta Project Year : 2011 Project Area : +/- 3,224 sqm Client : PT Makmur Jaya Serasi

Mall of Indonesia

Jakarta. Indonesia

This project is a competition which we won in September 2011. Client request to change a lobby Mall of Indonesia, the existing taxi drop off, into a 24-hour alfresco food court. The ILATAAJ do is create a “Garden Dine ‘, where guests eat in the semi-outdoor area, with lots of greenery, water pool, and garden-themed furniture. ILATAAJ add 2 pieces of the canopy, as the taxi drop off on either side of the entrance The challenges we face in this project is a way to connect Garden Dine with Cafe Oh lala, tube-shaped building in the center. In addition, we also have to make the project energy efficient by using a solar panel on top of the canopy, and create a natural reforestation in the outdoor area

View Towards Entrance 1

View Towards Entrance 2

Interior Perspective


Beachwalk. Bali

PAZIA RESTO&CAFE

Indonesia

ILATAAJ Architects

Location : Beachwalk. Bali Project Year : 2012 Project Area : 3224 sqm Client : PT. Pazia Pillar Mercycom Pazia Beachwalk Bali is the first Pazia with cafe & bar concept. ILATAAJ trying to design a cafe with the concept of recycle and reuse. Furniture used are wood pallet containers and timber cladding compositions. The crossing structural beam inspired us to create a pattern that resembles it, The brick floor is crossed by gravel, and polished concrete. The structural beam is also wrapped with pallet wood cladding and composition of synthetic grass.

Entrance View

Kitchen

Cashier

Seating Area

Bar

Outdoor Area

Cafe View

Floor Plan


Pacific Place

BLITZ MEGAPLEX

Jakarta. Indonesia

ILATAAJ Architect

Location : Pacific Place, Jakarta Project Year : 2011 Project Area :800 sqm Client :PT. Graha Layar Prima ILATAAJ invited to redesign the Blitz Megaplex Pacific Place at Sudirman Central Business District, Jakarta. The scope of work on this project is just the design of the wall surfaces, floors, and ceilings, because the layout is done by client’s inhouse architect The concept used is 50x50cm grids, applied across the surface of walls, floors, and ceilings. Then each of the grid is to be colored, with a pattern that resembles a red colour virus that attacks the ticket sales area, which colour is white. All parts are designed in ticket sales with a wall of white light is illuminated, to invite visitors to enter. While the “virus” is designed in red, similar to Blitz Megaplex logo

View from Mall Corridor

Corridor View

Lobby View


Serpong

PAZIA EXPERIENCE

Indonesia

Pazia Experience at Summarecon Mall Serpong 2 is the latest outlet. ILATAAJ develop a geometric pattern inspired by an optical illusion, using the colors used in the other Pazia projects, which are yellow, white, gray, black, and blue The existence of three pieces of the column structure, led to the idea to make the spaces between the columns. While the AHU room at a height of 2.7 meters and air conditioning ducting, give us an idea to cover the area with a curved ceiling to greet visitors. This project uses a row of LED Lighting covered cloth-like material, on the other side of the sloping ceiling.

Ceiling

Wall & Shelving Unit

Floor Pattern Cashier Area

Kitchen Area

Display Area Cafe Area

Kids Area

Axonometry


ILATAAJ Architects Location Project Year Project Area Client

: Summarecon Mall Serpong : 2011 : 397 sqm : PT Pazia Pillar Mercycom

Photos

Cafe View

View Inside Cafe

Mall Corridor View

View Towards Kids Area


PAZIA EXPERIENCE Pazia is located at the Blitz Megaplex Central Park, Jakarta. Client wishes the project to blend with the existing Blitz Megaplex, where there is a dominant blue strip lighting. We took advantage of the existing ceiling height of 7 metres. Thus a circulation with such height was introduced, dividing the site into two, and providing a way through between two cinema entrances. This division clearly articulates between the cafeteria zone and the display zone. Circular packing geometry was used in arranging the elements in the cafe, whereas an orthogonal grid was applied in the display zone

Jakarta

Indonesia


ILATAAJ Architects

Location : Blitz Megaplex. Central Park Mall. Jakarta. Indonesia Project Year : 2012 Project Area : 335 sqm Client : PT Pazia Pillar Mercycom

Section

Concept


Bengkulu

LBUM MITSUBISHI

Indonesia

Lautan Berlian Utama Motor is one of the main Mitsubishi car dealer in South Sumatra. This project is their first project in Bengkulu. The program includes a showroom, service and spare parts area.

The ground floor is intended for service, and workshops. While the upper floor for sales, showroom and the mezzanine level is intended for officesh. The project includes exterior work, interior, and landscape. The project is expected to be completed in mid-2014

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The clients wanted a building with a transparent material, so glass and wiremesh partition are chosen. They also wanted to be able to stand up and could see into every corner. The design should also follow the guidelines of the Kramat Yudha Tiga Berlian Motor.

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Ground Level


ILATAAJ Architects Location Building Area Landscape Area Client

: Bengkulu, Indonesia : 2563 m2 : 7500 m2 : Lautan Berlian Utama Motor

Interior Perspective


LBUM MITSUBISHI Facade of the building comprises of 4 layers. The first two layers are 3m and 2m high curtain wall with laminated glass separated by C-shaped stainless steel plate. The third layer is curtain wall panel tightened by spider fittings. The fourth layer is aluminum louvers, to ensure there will be air change inside the building

Bengkulu

Indonesia

Dealer Identity Aluminum Composite Panel IWF Steel Truss 150/75 fin. Grey Powder Coat

Aluminum Louvers Structural Column IWF Steel Truss 200/100 fin. Grey Powder Coat Curtain Wall - 12mm THK Laminated Glass w/ Spider Fittings

Left Perspective

2mm THK Stainless Steel Plate fin. Hairline Brushed Curtain Wall 12mm THK Laminated Glass w/ 30x30 Aluminum Mullion Structural Beam I Beam 200/100 fin. Grey Powder Coat 2mm THK Stainless Steel Plate fin. Hairline Brushed

Right Perspective

Curtain Wall 12mm THK Laminated Glass w/ 30x30 Aluminum Mullion

Stainless Steel Plate 600x600 mm Granite Tile flooring

Workshop Perspective

Facade Detail


Site Pictures

Front Perspective


LBUM MITSUBISHI

Lampung

Indonesia

The car dealer building is located in Lampung dealer, and are smaller than LBUM Bengkulu, with the capacity and facilities a little less too, but still follow the standards imposed by the Lautan Berlian Utama Motor Same with LBUM Bengkulu, transparent building materials, namely glass and wiremesh partition are used. Service area is combined with a showroom area to provide easier access to the circulation of the building service

Bird’s-eye View

The ground floor is intended for showroom, service, and workshops. While the upper floors for office managers and staff area. The project includes exterior work, interior, and landscape. Facade is dominated by curtain wall glazings and a continuous Mitsubishi-signature-red strip. Vertical greeneries are also introduced in this project

Exterior Perspective

Workshop Perspective


ILATAAJ Architects Location Project Year Client

: Lampung, Netherlands : 2011 : Lautan Berlian Utama Motor

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Showroom Perspective

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JUDUL LEMBAR:

DIKETAHUI O

JUDUL LEMBAR: DENAH LANTAI DASAR

DIKETAHUI OLEH:

DIGAMBAR: AH & TS TANGGAL:

22/03/2012

NO. PROYEK:

1108

NO. GAMBAR:

SK-10


DK HOUSE

Almere

Netherlands

Massing Process

Bird’s-eye view This is a house for a family of 4 in Almere, the Netherlands. The house sits on a perfect site, surrounded by water and facing a nature reserve. The design exploits those facts as much as possible. All main rooms are oriented and articulated to gain maximum view towards the natural reserve. The living room is elevated as a split level between the upper and lower floor. Underneath is an indoor endless pool. The pool is configured for the water to achieve the same level as the surrounding. Hence an infinity pool experience is achieved.


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Almere, Netherlands 2012 496 m2 Fouad Daniels & Irine Kurnianta


Almere

DK HOUSE

Ground Floor Plan

Netherlands

First Floor Plan

Roof Plan

Wind turbines and solar panels are installed at the roof to contribute to the house electricity usage. Space configurations and openings are thought through to gain maximum daylight. We conducted a series of rigorous daylight studies in numerous animations. The project is located in a subtropical climate country, makes the design approaches so much different than in a tropical country, which I learnt in school. That is why working in this projects is very interesting, especially in how the climate affects the design of the building. I gained a lot of knowledge from this project.


Jakarta

NH HOUSE

Indonesia

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This project is a renovation project. It is located at Alam Sutera, a residential complex in outskirts of Jakarta. The concept is to bring the daylight into the house as much as possible and make the rooms look bigger. The client also requested to apply fengshui to the interior. So some rooms arrangements were done with minimal partition, maximum openings, bright furniture colors, and reflective surfaces to every rooms. I also widened up the terrace to improve the outdoor space, which previously was just used as circulation because was too narrow

Alam Sutera, Tangerang 2012 200 m2 Nicko Halim

Kitchen Area

Front View

Ground Floor Plan

Living Area

Second Floor Plan

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Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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Jakarta

D’Greenie Hotel

Indonesia

Floor Plan

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The project is located at Tanjung Pasir, Banten Province Indonesia. It is just 25km from Soekarno International Airport, and 45 km from Jakarta city center. Tanjung Pasir (Sand Cove). It is famous for its white sand beaches. The existing site, 2,600 m2, is an empty field with a big fish pond at front. The surrounding area is mainly swamp, farms and fishing pond. Project is a 12-room HOTEL, comprising of 10 standard room and 2 nonstandard rooms.

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The owner’s brief is to make an ECO-HOTEL. The hotel will feature energy efficient lighting, rainwater harvesting, grey water recycling, recyclable material, and renewable energy. The owner also wishes to have a green deck at the roof level, which will be used for farming and gardening, which crops will be used for daily consumption of the hotel. This hotel also features multipurpose hall with the capacity of 300 people, restaurant, and fishing area.

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Front Bird-eye-view View towards Entrance 11

Legends 1. Common Area 2. Toilet 3. Public Stairs 4. Service Stairs 5. Storage

6. Elevator 7. Standard Room 8. Non-Standard Room 9. Corridor 10. Landscape

Front Perspective

View towards Receptionist Desk


Andry Halim architectural portfolio 2010 2014