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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO AGRATAMA ARFIANO

2017


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO AGRATAMA ARFIANO


Foreword Architecture is unconsciously one of the important aspects of human lives. Abraham Maslow once said that human has a basic needs, one of it is physical aspects such as sleep, food, water, and survival from the environment. This thing makes a needs of good quality of space to do this activity so it could increase their quality of lives.

The first thing that hooked me up on architecture is when the first time I was fascinated by noticing

how humans respond their surroundings. I still am amazed by how architecture as a part of surrounding and human, responds each other by developed itself to fit each other in order to increase its quality. Then I learnt much deeper about architecture and find some interest things such as connections between human behaviour and environment itself, how uniqueness of local cultures and history can influence formation of spaces, how the space could tell stories from arrangement of the space itself, richness of urban areas and space inside the building, and design process from abstract sketch to iteration process until formulation of the best solution to build the design into physical thing.

I proved my passion by trying modestly learn many things from my surrounding, always giving max-

imum effort and hard work in performing tasks to get the best result, actively involved in with many different people from different backgrounds, so that I accustomed to seeing a case from many perspectives.

AGRATAMA ARFIANO


EDUCATION

AGRATAMA ARFIANO My journey starts from the day I get accepted at architecture department in ITB. Around four years I tried to learn everything from my surrounding and it is indeed an ashtonishing experience to get my vision about how architecture affected the life of people come expanded. After graduate I tried to learn more about the architecture & urban design in practical area and get experiences from many source like involve in voulenteer activity, profesional experience from many big architecture firm, doing own project and competition as media to express my idealism

PERSONAL INFORMATION Place & date of birth Nationality Address Contact Email Web

Airmas Asri Architects (2015 - 2017) Junior Architect (1 year 4 months) Produced digital modelling, concept and analysis, competition team, presentation layout, conceptual design team, schematic design team, design development team, presentation in client meeting, internal meeting, case studies, site visit.

2008 - 2010 Highschool International Islamic Boarding School 2010 - March 2015 Bachelor of Architecture Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia

AECOM Singapore (2014) Assistant Urban Designer (3 months) Produced digital modeling, digital drawing, concept and analysis diagram, presentation layout, animation video, case studies, edited urban design guidelines, involved in design idea development, accompany client to case studies sites visit, involved in internal meeting.

COMPETITION & AWARDS

LANGUAGE

: Jakarta, May 12th 1993 : Indonesian : Villa Pamulang Mas II E2 , South Tangerang, Indonesia. 15415 : +6281321443800 : agratamarfiano@gmail.com : issuu.com/arvy125

WORK EXPERIENCE

ARBBI Design Award 2011 | Design Team Indonesia

English

Native Speaker

Professional Profecient

Laras Award 2012 | Design Team UI Architecture Fair Competition | Design Team Creative Green Space Aksi Asri 2012 | Team Leader ITS Final Project Architecture Competition | Individual Future Built + 120 Hours Competition | Design Team

PERSONAL SKILL

Sinarmas Land Young Architecture Competition 2015 | Team Leader

EnviroTec Indonesia (2014) Internship (2 months) Archiving material library, produced digital modeling , and presentation layout, involved in internal meeting.

Sinarmas Land Civic Centre Competition | Design Team Arsitag Lembong Land Competition | Design Team Leadership

Creative

Communication

Passionate

Responsible

Quick Learner

Jakarta Architecture Triennale 2012, Visioning Jakarta 2045 - 2nd Winner | Design Team Pasar Proyek Bekasi Planning Competition - 10 Honorable Mention | Team Leader

PROFICIENCY Ilustrator

AutoCAD 2D

Lumion

InDesign

Revit Architecture

Microsoft Office

Photoshop

3D Studio Max Design

CorelDRAW

Rhinoceros

Sketchup

Unity

Grasshopper

Vray Sketchup

Cry Engine

Pertamina HQ Office Competition - 2nd Winner | Design Team

SNRG Studio Architect & Designer Conceptual Design, Schematic, Design Development Design, Construction Drawing, Competition team, presentation in client meeting, internal meeting, site visit.

FuturArc Prize 2017 | Team Leader

INTEREST

Architecture

Music

Human Behavior

Graphic Design

Literature


TABLE OF CONTENTS

“Those who pursue an ideal and fight for it have to be made of steel.” - Le Corbusier -

1. Foreword

1

2. Curriculum Vitae

3

3. Table of Contents

5

4. Academic Projects

7

5. Professional Projects

19

6. Competition Projects

27

7. Thumbnail Projects

47


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

PASSENGER TERMINAL BUILDING, KERTAJATI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT published on ITB Final Project Exhibition 2015

DESIGN PERIOD Sept. - May 2014

LOCATION Kertajati, West Java - Indonesia

TUTOR Ir. Bambang Toto Pambudit

BUILDING AREA 67,700 m2

COURSE Final Project Studio

TYPOLOGY Architecture - Transportation

West Java has been developing in many aspects including transportation. This urges the need of adequate and sufficient infrastructure for the city. According to Tamin (1997:5), transportation has two main roles. The first one is as instrument to run and direct the development in the city. The second is as instrument to support people and other elements’ movements, which are the result of activities happening in the city. Therefore, a great infrastructure is on demand to optimize the city’s development. In the contrary, reality tells the opposite. For example; West Java International Airport: Husein Sastranegara, which is the main and the biggest airport in West Java, can’t accommodate the needs of its passengers and visitors anymore. This is because of the lack of passengers’ capacity and area. This obstructs the airport’s development, somehow. One of the solutions is to develop another airport in a bigger area with better planning and quality, which later can accommodate the user’s needs really well.

Diagram of Kertajati Airport


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

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SITE ANALYSIS

MASTER PLAN

E F G

I

A

B

C

D

H

N

WIND DIRECTION Wind direction tends to toward northwest and southwest throughout the year

J

TOPOGRAPHY The site is quite sloping with water reservoir on the northeast side of the site.

USER ANALYSIS LEGEND A. Passenger Terminal Building B. Plaza C. Train Station D. Commercial Area

E. Cargo Terminal Building F. Hanggar G. Air Traffic Control

Curb

PASSENGER Passengers’ activities involve departure process such as check-in, immigration checking, waiting room and arrival process such as immigration checking, baggage claiming and etc.

H. Supporting Building I. Fuel Station Area J. Waste Management Building

Non - Secure Secure

Baggage Make Up

Ticketing & Check-in Security Check

Aircraft DEPARTURE

Arrive at Airport

Stress Level

Check-in Progress

Retail Area

Security Inspection

Curb

Immigration

LANDSIDE

Baggage Claim Security Check

TERMINAL BUILDING

Holdroom

MASTER PLAN ANALYSIS Kertajati Airport’s master plan is divided into three stages in general. This design only covers the first stage of the master plan. The first stage, which is planned to be finished in 2016, establishes the construction of air side facilities such as apron, runway, taxi way, etc. and land side facilities such as terminals, train station, supporting buildings, etc.

SUN PATH The sun shines throughout the year from East to West.

Boarding Room

Spending Spending

Aircraft

AIRSIDE

ARRIVAL

Board Aircraft

Layout of the passenger terminal should be designed as comfortable as possible due to different level of stress, which can occur to passengers during their activities in the terminal.

Time at Terminal

Rp.

940 Ha

Phase 1 2016

Main Terminal PASS Capacity 9.1 Million 32 Gates

1300 Ha

Phase 2 2026

Main Terminal PASS Capacity 12.3 Million 36 Gates

1800 Ha

Phase 3 2031

Main Terminal PASS Capacity 20.9 Million 48 Gates

AIRLINE COMPANY Airlines’ activities involve passengers services before and after embarking the airplane and the flight operation itself.

AIRPORT OPERATOR Airport operator’s activities involve observation and security in the airport, including the passenger’s terminals.

CONCESSION TENANT Concession tenants’ activities involve trading and preparing the products which will be sold.


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

SITE CONDITION

SITE PLAN

MASSING

CIRCULATION Boarding Lounge

N

B

Immigration

Concession Area

0

25

50

Security Check

Check in Hall

Concession Area

100m

Departure Arrival

Check-in Hall Security Check & Immigration

E

Curb Baggage Claim

C

Curb

Baggage Claim Area

E

STRUCTURE 1 Typical Section A

Immigration

Walking Corridor

UTILITIES 1 Typical Section

D Metal Sheet

Space Frame Ø 20 cm

LEGEND

E

E

A. Passenger Terminal Building B. Apron C. Plaza D. Train Station E. Public Parking

Concrete Column Ø 150 cm Spider Glass

Skylight Roof Metal Sheet Natural Daylight Floor Insulation

Typical Length 25 m

CONCEPT

Propeller Age

Jet Age

Jumbo Decade

Airport as Hub

The passenger terminal’s concept is based on site analysis and airport’s development trend. Recently, airports have been turning into hubs where people from many different places meet and which are also considered as a landmark for certain areas.

Integration

Ambience

Compact

The main concept of this passenger terminal is “Total Journey Experience”. This concept ensure passengers’ comfort and experience in the terminal. Integration, ambience and compact are the three main design principles that support the big concept. Integration is shown by how one facility can support and back the others up. Ambience is what you need to reinforce the building’s character. Compact means that the design should be efficient and have a great space quality.


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

MF + 13.00

08

Mezaninne Level 10,750 m2

1F + 6.50

Departure Level 100,500 m2

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM The first stage of the development has a target of 8,5 million passengers per year and 3200 passengers per busy hour. In general, passenger’s circulation is divided into two type; departure and arrival. Arrival circulation is on the ground floor. Departure circulation is on the first floor. Retail area is on the mezzanine level. This splitting is to prevent circulation’s collision. LEGEND

GF ± 0.00

Arrival Level 65,500 m2

Boarding Area Retail Area Operational Area Domestic Departure International Departure Domestic Arrival International Arrival Transit Passenger Retail

Lift & Escalator

Boarding Room

Baggage Claim

Xray Check

Security Check

Check-in Hall

Shuttle Drop-off

Passport Check


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

Main Building Elevation - A

Main Building Elevation - B

Pier Elevation - C

A C

B D

Pier Elevation - D

FACADE The building’s façade is covered by 2 cm thick glazed window with spider support system lining next to each other in every 50 cm. Glazed window maximizes natural lighting from the sun, yet it holds the excessive amount of the sun lights coming through.


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

STRUCTURE SYSTEM To keep the practicality of the future development, the airport’s roof system uses the modular roof system. The building’s main structure is made of metal space frame. The space frame system is supported by reinforced concrete columns with 1.5 m diameter.

Skylight

10

B

A

Metalsheet Roof Concession Area

Concession Area

Immigration

Baggage Claim Check-in Hall

Departure Curb

Plywood Ceiling

Roof

+27.30

Mezannine Floor

+13.00

1st Floor

+6.50

Ground Floor

±0.00

Typical 25 m

Steel Space Frame

10

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

A

Main Building Section

0 5 10

25 m

Supporting Structure Boarding Room

Restroom

Shutle Drop-off

Concession Area

Shuttle Drop-off

Boarding Room Roof

+24.00

1st Floor

+6.50

Ground Floor

±0.00

Concrete Column

Typical 25 m Typical 25 m 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Glass Curtain Wall B

10

Pier Building Section

0 5 10

25 m


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport +24.70

Metal Roof Insulation Layer Rain Gutter Ø 30 cm

Check-in Hall

Main Building Gate Xray Machine

Concrete Slab Insulation Layer Uponor Pipe Currugated Steel Honeycomb Beam

+6.50

Entrance from Departure Curb Queue Area Max. Length 9m

DEPARTURE CURB ±0.00

Baggage Handling System Steel Batten C 100 Ball Joint Space Frame Pipe Ø 20 cm

Queue Area

Conveyor Belt Check-in Desk

Concrete Slab Sand Floor Slab Floor Mixture Component Insulation Layer Uponor Pipe Drainage Gutter

International Check-in Counter

Domestic Check-in Counter

CHECK-IN HALL The main building has 20 m ceiling heights. The building program consists of a check-in area, immigration area, and retail areas such as the F&B, bookstores, merchandise stores, duty-free shops, and etc. There are 4 island type check in areas with each island consists of 24 check-in desks. Island type makes it easier for passengers to move around since the passengers’ line becomes more linear as.

Passengers coming to the airport will be welcomed by the majestic 20 m high space frame. This space frame is made of modern and traditional material combination; steel , bamboo, and wood ceiling. The whole curb area is approximately 200 m long which makes it quite spacious for drop-off and pick-up activities.


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Passenger Terminal Building, Kertajati International Airport

+20.50

Steel Batten C 100 Ball Joint Space Frame Pipe Ø 20 cm

Metal Sheet Insulation Layer Rain Gutter Ø 30 cm

12 Access to Aircraft

Boarding Room

Pipe Plate Sunnergy Glass Spider Glass Structure Rain Gutter Ø 30 cm Concrete Column Ø 150 cm Fixed Bridge

Access to Pier Corridor

+6.50

Transition Corridor Access to Downstairs Pier Corridor

Pier Building

BOARDING ROOM Ashpalt

±0.00

Concrete Ground Drill Pile Structure

Airside Area

Landside Area

Transfer Corridor Baggage Handling System

International Baggage Claim

Domestic Baggage Claim

Conveyor Belt Baggage Make Up

Transfer Corridor

Conveyor Belt Baggage Claim

Shared Baggage Claim

BAGGAGE CLAIM AREA Baggage Handling System Queue Area

Baggage claim area is located on the ground floor. There are 9 conveyor belts; 6 conveyor belts for domestic flights, 2 conveyor belts for international flights and 1 for back-up. This baggage claim uses automatic baggage handling system which allows passenger’s circulation undisturbed. The baggages will come through baggage handling area in the apron and come out of upper area of the baggage claim area.

Boarding rooms are located in the pier building. The passenger’s terminal has 4 gates; 3 for domestic flights and 1 gate for international flight. Each gate has 8 waiting rooms and 2 retail areas. The building’s structure uses space frame roof top system with skylight.


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Kejaksan Mixed-Use Plaza

KEJAKSAN MIXED USE PLAZA DESIGN PERIOD Oct. - Dec. 2013

LOCATION Stasiun Street, Cirebon - Indonesia

TUTOR Ir. Basauli Umar Lubis MSA

BUILDING AREA 9,900 m2

COURSE 4th Year Design Studio

TYPOLOGY Architecture - Mixed Use (Mall, Gallery, Hotel)

Cirebon is the biggest transit cities in Indonesia, with total visitor around 611,000 last year. This city also have long history and strong culture until now. This fact is strengthened by existence of the Kraton Kesepuhan, the oldest kraton (sultan’s palace) in the Indonesia and their temples. Most of the visitor come to Cirebon through land way with train. The biggest train station in Cirebon is Kejaksan Station, this station was built at colonial era by dutch kingdom circa 1920 by dutch architect, Pieter Adriaan Jacobs Moojen. Nowadays, the building still in a good condition and become one a landmark building in Cirebon. This main goal of this project is to propose design of mixed-use building that located next to Kejaksan station, and expected to support the activities around the station.

Diagram of Planning Principles


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Kejaksan Mixed-Use Plaza

ACCESSIBILITY

14

Access to the site can be enter from Siliwingi Street, an artery road located at east side, and station street at west side of site 2 4

4 3

5

1

VIEW

Site

Each side of the site has different views such as Java sea can be seen from west view, Station area from east view, city centre from south view, and other residence from north view

4

Institutional

N

6

Residential

Commercial

PLANNING PRINCIPLES

Site Activities Day activities area

Night activities area

EMPHASIZE VIEW CORRIDOR 1

Transit Passenger

2

Tourists

3

DEFINE ENTRY POINTS & CREATE SENSE OF ARRIVAL

CREATE CENTRAL GATHERING AREA

Waiting for Passenger

4

Local Vendor

5

Local Inhabitants

6

Station Office Staff

ACTIVITIES STUDY Due its closeness the station, the activities around site centered to the station activities, such as inboard and onboard passenger from train, local vendor, tourist that come to see historical building around station. Generally, the activities around site is active 24/7,

Ar ter yR oa d

ion at St

CREATE VISUAL INTEREST & PHYSICAL CONNECTICITY

MIXED-USE PROGRAM FACILITIES

CONTRAST STYLE WITH TRADITIONAL VALUE


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Kejaksan Mixed-Use Plaza

A

Ground Floor

C

Typical Hotel Floor

N 0

5

10

25m

BUILDING LAYOUT

B

First Floor

Big plaza located at the center of the site, so that cause the building more skinny and create open public space. This plaza layout enables multipurpose activities. Alongside of the plaza, there are retail which also function as a wall facade and reinforced the axis towards station. Entrance to hotel building located at ground floor and the image of the building expected to be light and transparent so it won’t cover the plaza.


TRANSIT ORIENTED DESIGN

ACADEMIC PROJECTS Kejaksan Mixed-Use Plaza

The orientation designs of the building towards to station activities, and its cause dependence for both building. The design supports the station function by its modern accent facade adopted from traditional Cirebon culture, the public plaza area, its easiness access to the station and commercial areas

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Front Elevation

MULTI PROGRAMMING FACILITIES In general, the main function of the building consist of three program : gallery, hotel, and mall. Every program could be access from separate entrance to minimize collision circulation. The three programs spread into four levels. The first one is the basement consists of utility area and public parking. Ground floor consists of plaza serve as connector of the three main program, gallery, entrance to the hotel, and retail area alongside of the station street. First floor consists of retail and hotel area with separate access. Tower hotel consists of hotel room and service area

Plaza Area

Mall UNDERGROUND

Mall

GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

Parking Basement

Plaza

Circulation

HOTEL TOWER Hotel Room

Utility Area

Circulation

Retail

Service Area

Retail

Hotel

Circulation

Hotel

0 5 10

Section A

25m

Service Area Gallery

Hotel Hotel Hotel Mall

Hotel

Mall

Hotel Parking

0 5 10

25m

Section B

Boulevard


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Cingised Housing

CINGISED HOUSING DESIGN PERIOD Sept. - Oct. 2013

LOCATION Cingised, West Java - Indonesia

TUTOR Ir. Basauli Umar Lubis MSA

BUILDING AREA 27.7 Ha

COURSE 4th Year Design Studio

TYPOLOGY Urban Design - Residential

The main approach in this project is to maintain a good living quality and the comfort for the user while keeping efficiency and expeditiousness as the milestones of the project. These milestones should be applied from bigger context such as the master plan to smaller ones such as the details of the house so that the land use and process can be managed as efficient as possible. This efficiency should cover not only the resident’s living quality, but also the surrounding area’s and environment’s

5m Walk

OFFER DIVERSITY IN FUNCTION

LAND USE Type 54 House

Public Building

Buffer Park Area

BUILDING FOOTPRINTS

Type 70 House

Utility Building

Public Park Area

Building

Apartment Retail Building

OPEN SPACE

Green Area

COMPACT & WALKABLE CLUSTERS

ADEQUATE GREEN SPACE

STREET HIERARCHY 12 ROW Secondary 12 ROW 8 ROW

EMPHASIZE URBAN FABRIC

PRIVATE HOUSING AREA


ACADEMIC PROJECTS Algorithmic Approach in Design

18 BIG IDEA The big idea is to create unique massing, but still feasible to be constructed into physical model. The idea gets from study the built precedence, turning torso tower by Santiago Calatrava. The pre-eminence of the building due it’s simple basic form, a vertical block twisted at some degree. The base part of the building made more thick and the upper part more slim to make more stable and rigid structure Turning Torso Tower

DESIGN PROCESS

INITIAL MASSING

FINAL MASSING

PREFABRICATION MASSING

COMPILE THE COMPONENT

FINAL RESULT

GRASSHOPPER GENERATED

TURNING TORSO TOWER

DESIGN PERIOD April - May 2014

COURSE Algorithmic Approach in Design

TUTOR Aswin Indraprastha, ST., MT., M.Eng., Ph.D.

In this course subject, we learnt basic knowledge about parametric design by using NURB modelling software such as modelling software rhinoceros and parametric composing plug in, grasshopper. The main objective of this project to create simple parametric that can be constructed into physical 3d model.

The basic form created from setting parametric value for rectangle size and its position on the plane. After that adding curve value for the loft between rectangle caps to create twist effect on the model. By setting numerical value, the building will follow the preffeable result. Then the building will be built the fabrication version by divide it from X-axis and Y-axis


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS Midtown Office

MIDTOWN OFFICE CLIENT Summarecon

DESIGN ARCHITECT Airmas Asri Architects

TYPOLOGY Architecture - Commercial

ROLE Junior Architect - Assisting lead architect in various design scope and phase

LOCATION Serpong - Indonesia BUILDING AREA 73,000 m2

Midtown Office is an office building located on the front side of midtown development ( a mixed-use development consists of 10 towers middle-class apartment and shophouse). The programming will be consists of retail area on the ground and first floor, office leasing space will be located on the upper floor. The unique concept of this building are some of the retail will be open for almost 24 hours to bridge the access from residential area to the summarecon mall located across the street. The facade and impression of the building designed to become a new landmark character on this development area


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS Midtown Office

20 F

D E

1

2

3

B

4

C

ELEVATION

D

A

LEGEND A. Entrance

D. Retail

B. Drop Off

E. Surface Parking

C. Lobby

F. Exit


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS BSD Modern Market

BSD MODERN MARKET featured in Airmas Asri Insight #3 Magazine

CLIENT Sinarmas Land

DESIGN ARCHITECT Airmas Asri Architects

TYPOLOGY Architecture - Commercial

ROLE Junior Architect - Assisting lead architect in various design scope and phase

LOCATION Serpong - Indonesia BUILDING AREA 25,000 m2

Pasar Modern (Modern Market) acts as an anchor for the inter–transportation modes at BSD City and its surrounding area.The essence of traditional Indonesian market is conserved at this modern market. The market is a response to the increasing numbers of housings at the area, as well as to complement that already existing first Pasar Modern BSD and to serve the southern part of BSD City. Starting from the idea of “creating traffic” around the site, it is desired to prompt change on human movement, from linear movement to circular one. This initiates a concept of a permeable market with seamless entrance, where people can enter form various directions. This is to be achieved through the creation of access between the market and surrounding areas


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS BSD Modern Market

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CONCEPT GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

The essence of traditional Indonesian market is conserved at this modern market, both in terms of the look, the feel, and the interaction amongst sellers and shoppers. After all, a modern market with traditional concept would have a high level of interaction. Human movement circulation at the market area is organized in grid pattern, in order to make the market into the core of activities LEGEND A. Entrance Utara

E. Plaza

E. Plaza

B. Entrance Selatan

F. Taman Bioswale

F. Taman Biowale

C. Entrance Barat

G. Area Parkir GF

G. Area Parkir GF


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS Batam Golf Clubhouse

BATAM GOLF CLUBHOUSE featured in Airmas Asri Insight #4 Magazine

CLIENT Sinarmas Land

DESIGN ARCHITECT Airmas Asri Architects

TYPOLOGY Mixed Use Building (Office, GOlf Facilities, Gallery, Club)

ROLE • Junior Architect - Assisting lead architect in various design scope and phase

LOCATION Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam BUILDING AREA 7,360 m2

Batam Golf Club House is a mixed-used development mainly focused on the golf activities. The development itself is part of Batam Nuvasa Bay development. As the name implies, “Nu”-vasa Bay exists to herald in the “new” face of Batam: revamping and reshaping Batam’s residential and mixed use property landscape and taking it to new heights. It will be Batam’s first luxury integrated residential and mixed-use development; a heaven for the elite of Batam to reside in and enjoy the scenic natural beauty of the island. In addition, it will have the conveniences of first class living including medical, education, leisure and entertainment, retail and F&B facilities.


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS Batam Golf Clubhouse

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CONCEPT Building mass generated from the basic programming of the building itself. Club House will provide the needs of golfer as the main user to interact through recreational activities, mainly golf. Other supporting function such as hall gallery, office, residence club also provided to maximize the facilities within the site


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS Batam Golf Clubhouse

LEGEND A. Main Entrance

E. Office

B. Drop Off

F. Golf Club

C. Surface Parking

G. Residence Club

D. Hall Gallery

H. Golf Course

H F B

C

E

D G B

C

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

C A

SITE PLAN

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

2ND FLOOR


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS Thanh Da Island

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THANH DA ISLAND CLIENT Bitexco Group

URBAN DESIGNER AECOM Singapore

SITE AREA 480 Ha

ROLE • Assistant Urban Designer - Assisting lead Urban Designer in Concept design scope

TYPOLOGY Urban Design - Masterplan LOCATION Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

HCMC (Ho Chi Minh City) was known as the Pearl of the Far East due to its bustling commerce, lush natural environment, wide boulevards and welcoming culture. Thanh Da will celebrate this legacy as the “New Pearl of Asia” a legacy for the people of HCMC. Thanh Da is inspired by the ancient waterways with a ‘network of canals’. This concept is very close Saigon people’s history and culture where boatmen travel from city-to-city. Thanh Da Island, will use the concept of canals as a an attraction for the local people and for international investors. Thanh Da Island will be the new venue for annual, national, political events, sports, recreation, entertainment and large social gatherings. At the same time Thanh Da will be “A City of Innovation” where new ideas become reality. Linking advanced traffic management systems and smart infrastructure with new technology centers, creative industries and modern health services. Driving the future prosperity of Vietnam.


COMPETITION PROJECTS BSD Interchange Plaza

BSD INTERCHANGE PLAZA BUILDING AREA 106,200 m2 TYPOLOGY Architecture - Commercial

TEAM MEMBER - R. Agung Yogaswara - Fauzan Wassil - Ditto Ardia - M. Anzhari Pratama

LOCATION Serpong - Indonesia

ROLE Lead Architect

BSD Interchange Plaza is a product of re-branding from conventional image of trade center combined with integrated intermodal development. This plaza acts as an attractor and node for new development area in southern BSD and become the gate to surrounding neighborhood. This mixed-use building designed with calculating every aspect comprehensively to bring the unique experience and newly character to its user.

connectivity

open space

land use

mobility & accessibility

cultural connection


COMPETITION PROJECTS BSD Interchange Plaza

28 PLACE MAKING

VISION

Create Distinct Character

VibrantPublic Space

D

“Re-branding the Trade Center and create a place as intermodal gate connected BSD”

BUILDING ISSUE

INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT

Pedestrian Oriented

Accesible & Connected

DISTINCT ADDED VALUE

Use of Nature & Manmade

Permeable Space

F

A C D

GREEN BUILDING

B MODUL UNIT

MATERIAL

CIRCULATION

ZONING E

DEVELOPMENT PHASE

GROUND FLOOR

- low density residential - small retail dominance - plaza mainly used for hanging out and outdoor dining

- high density residential - anchor tenant become major choice - high variety activities in plaza mainly from intermodal activities - utilitize podium floor as extension for public space

SECOND FLOOR

LEGEND A. North Entrance

D. Plaza

B. South Entrance

E. Bioswale Park

C. West Entrance

F. Surface Parking

THIRD FLOOR


COMPETITION PROJECTS BSD Interchange Plaza

Observation Area RETAIL EXTENSION

CIRCULATION AREA

RETAIL EXTENSION Observation Area

RETAIL MODULE

FASHION 0.5 m 0.5 m

1.0 m

F&B

GADGET & ELECTRONIC

0.5 m 0.5 m

Retail extension area function as a space to extend their product outside the retail area. Only light and moveable product that allowed to be placed on that area.

APARTMENT UNIT STUDIO

1 BEDROOM

18 m2

24 m2

F

F C

C A D

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

0

3 6m

E

LEGEND A. Living Room B. Master Bedroom C. Bedroom 1 D Restroom E. Kitchen F. Balcony 0

1

2.5 m

D

E

2 BEDROOM 42 m2

D

F

B

C

A

E


COMPETITION PROJECTS BSD Interchange Plaza

FACADE 30

The facade of the podium & tower designed to create unique character rather than using conventional facade from typical trade center in Indonesia

+104 m +97.6 m

+62.2 m

FURNITUR & INTERIOR

TAMAN ELEKTRONIK & GADGET

+18 m

ELEKTRONIK & GADGET FASHION KULINER & FASHION SUPERMARKET & PARKIR PARKIR PARKIR

+1.50 m ±0.00 m - 9.6 m


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Urban Symbiosis

“Architecture is not about buildings viewed in isolation, but about experience of cityscapes, about how buildings respond to topography, frame space and create the structure of cities.” - Richard Rogers

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URBAN SYMBIOSIS Futurarc Prize 2017

SITE AREA 18,000 m2 TYPOLOGY Urban Design LOCATION Kemang - Indonesia

TEAM MEMBER - Raden Agung Yogaswara - M. Regy Septian - Florentina Anastasia ROLE Team Leader

Jakarta, capital city of Indonesia is home for ten millions people and work place for more than one million people from neighbour cities: Bogor, Bekasi, Depok and Tangerang. The city high density up to 10,500/km2 with the total area of 661 km2 and it is leaving only 10% of green area that supposed to be 30% minimum in total for the ideal city (reference: state policy).

The city’s green space being used as public space activities even sadden, it is only about 19.823.427.83 m2 or 32.5%. This condition given people no other choice. Then most of people go to indoor places with air conditioning than being in outdoor with hot temperature. It turns out to be shopping mall as a favourite place for Jakartans to spend their time with family or friends.

“A public space is a social space that is generally open and accessible to people”, the problem is shopping mall not literally open and accessible space for every people, it made the shopping mall as pseudo-public space. These shopping mall which caused and created many problems than its potential values for the city because in major cases shopping mall were built within the area surrounded by slum settlement that has contrastive view.


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/ˌsɪmbɪˈəʊsɪs/ [count noun] A mutually beneficial relationship between different people or groups URBAN SYMBIOSIS - create integrated place that can benefit to each other and to become more livable city for human. O

ISSUE

Flood area

Kemang Village

Kampung Kober

10%

Accessibility Potential public space Potential waterfront development

Slum Shopping Mall

ANALYSIS

Kampung Kober

Elite Housing

GREEN AREA

Green spine area

SLUM AREA Global mall Regional mall Local mall Neighborhood mall

IDEAS

± 2 Ha

Kemang Village is mixed use building and one of the shopping mall located in South Jakarta. It was built within the water catchment area of Krukut River that surrounded by high density residential which half of it are slum and called as Kampung Kober.

Pseudo Public Space

Core

SHOPPING MALL Segmented

Enclosed Building

Social Deteriorated

Bordered Area

Enhance Open & Public Space Designed public space and open space to generate activities Improve Physical Condition Good environment & buildings condition stimulate people to improve their life style Define Structure of Place Street/alley frame the area, create orientation, & facilitate for utilities easily

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Context (Kampung Kober)

SHOPPING MALL CATCHMENT AREA

High number and overlapping between shopping mall service area or catchment area indicated of incomprehensive in city planning and development. This decent condition called as mall sprawl JAKARTA

661M High Energy Enclosed Consumption Building

Seasonal Flood

Enclosed Building Environment Degraded

Less Open Space

Big High Water Footprint Consumption

514M

million m2

KEMANG VILLAGE & KAMPUNG KOBER

General (Shopping Mall)

65M GREEN SPACE ‘73

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While the green space has been decreased every year, shopping mall grown rapidly and doubled in every decade

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3.9M Empower Local Community Participation & contribution of local affect the achievement of development goals Buildings Integration Connect between shopping mall & slum area, create a borderless space

Shutdown Increase Tax Local Industry Area

Economy Injustice

Low Class Economy

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0.24M

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‘90

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URBAN DEVELOPMENT The sprawl of shopping mall being treated as catalyst in creation of public space to accelerate the development and transform the city

Phase I. Stimulating the area, inserting public space to accommodate activities

Phase I. Upgraded area, sustain symbiosis relationship within shopping mall and kampung

Phase III. Symbiosis within the city, implementing several locations (urban acupuncture) to connect each other the developed of surrounding area

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Kemang Village

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Riverfront Public Space

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Elevated Public Space

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Kampung Kober

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Connection Bridge

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Inner Public Space

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Fishing Pond

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Elite Housing


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PUBLIC SPACE MODULE

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SOCIAL MODULE Social module works by accomodate the high socialize needs of slum resident & mall visitor

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RIPARIAN MODULE While focusing on the public module, the edge of the module still need to treat well as the one of the most important resource of dfood production

ECONOMY MODULE The module provide flexible space for user to sell their own goods and do other economical activities

ENVIRONMENT

MODULE STRUCTURE Expanded Metal

Concrete

ROOF TOP Upper roof of public space.

ALLEY

Rainwater Harvesting

ALLEY

MALL FACADE CONVERSION

Recycled Steel Beam

Steel Connector

Partial facade conversion needs to create a high energy efficiency facade to become benchmark for other mall facade

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RAIN HARVESTING TOWER Rainwater capture on the upper side of the building and store on the lower level for slum & mall daily needs.

INTERIM PHASE

INTERMEDIATE PHASE

ULTIMATE PHASE

Rainwater Harvesting tower works not only to capture rainwater, but also works as “urban oase” inside the slum area. This goal approach by putting multi programming activities inside the design module The design itself grow as the slum grow to become livable neighborhood

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Glass Window

Steel Pedestal

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Urban Symbiosis

HOW oURBAN SYMBIOSIS WORK? Kemang Village’s diverse activities and programs will attract more people to come. It would benefit for the sustainability of retailers.

KEMANG VILLAGE

Lend Space

o URBAN SYMBIOSIS adapts UN-Habitat & PPS program Transforming Cities Through Place Making & Public Space, to harness the power of public space for the common good. There are ten ways to improve the city.

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Improve Streets as Public Spaces

As the restructuralization for alleyways, the space between houses being used as place for social activities and urban farming.

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Government Support for Public Spaces

The government as ruler of the city ensure the land use utilization in the legal position and support the program.

Empower Local

Produce Waste

Non Physical

03 Provide Funds

Attract Visitor

Physical means the designed public spaces to accommodate all activities and the program being made

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Non-physical involves stake holder like government, NGO or World Bank to assist with program and fund physical development for the place and its people to reach the development goals

Bred Fish

Produce Energy Cultivate Urban Farming

Provide Manpower

Harvest Water

Kampung Kober for Kemang Village Kemang Village for Kampung Kober Direct input-output Physical intervention

KAMPUNG KOBER

Link a Public Health Agenda to Public Space

The physical improvement and program activities contribute for good impacts for environment and the people themself.

Arrange Program

Develop Home Industry Products

Kampung Kober will develop physically and non-physically with dedicated programs and spaces

The design of public spaces is dedicated to accommodate public space activities with diverse program and module.

Assist Local

Physical

Create Square & Parks as Multi-Use Destinations

Non-physical intervention

SYMBIOSIS DIAGRAM

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Comprehensive Public Space Agenda

Develop, enhance, & manage public space with activities program for routine and periodical event or festival.

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Build Local Economies Through Markets

Retail, urban farming, fish breding, gallery, and open space module function can be use as economic activities space.

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The Power of 10

Phasing are applied to gain trust from local and the process to look for what they are really needed.

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Start Small, Experiment

Small space being transformed in good ways to generate some activities for small range area.

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Design Buildings to Support Places

The public space between shopping mall and slum design respons the different of building high & structure

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Reinvent Community Planning

Collaboration between stake holder to get best result in the planning and development process.


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DEVELOPMENT PHASE

In the final phase or ultimate phase, the condition of all aspects reach their sustain condition equilibrately and benefit to each stake holder. Kampung Kober will fully developed physically & non-physically and become livable place that has symbiotic mutualism relationship with Kemang Village.

Streets/alleyways are part of public space

Kampung Kober

Kampung Kober

SUSTAIN

Kampung Kober

Initial routine activities for local,

e.g. sport activities, religous activities, group sharing discussion

Eliminate border (physically) Initial inner public space Partial facade conversion Rainwater harvesting structure Initiate urban farming program Biopori Initial slum restructure

Diverse activities program Permanent space funtion Outter public space

Sustain activities program Integrated public space Seemless connection (mall and slum)

Waste production sharing Energy production sharing Rainwater harvesting development (multiuse) Bioswale landscaping Initial housing upgrading

Sustain waste managment Sustain energy efficiency Sustain water sources Impactless flood Upgraded housing Sustain market activities Sustain local industry Housing for local tourism

Permanent market Initiate local industry Multiuse space for housing model

Interim market for local Initiate enterpreunership program

e.g. small workshop, retail, or gallery

Economy matter

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Local market Enterpreuner class Exhibition Festival Workshop class

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Dance class Aerobic Martial art class Sport festival Community gathering

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Sharing class Movie screening Music concert Art performance Picnic

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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Environment matters Social matter

INTERIM PHASE 07:00

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Upgraded rain harvesting tower Growing module

Existing houses Kemang Village

Developed public space

Prototype houses model Kemang Village

Upgraded houses


COMPETITION PROJECTS Reviving Bekassie 1746

Kami yang kini terbaring antara Karawang-Bekasi Tidak bisa teriak “Merdeka” dan angkat senjata lagi Tapi siapakah yang tidak lagi mendengar deru kami Terbayang kami maju dan berdegap hati? Kenang, kenanglah kami Yang tinggal tulang-tulang diliputi debu Beribu kami terbaring antara Krawang-Bekasi Karawang Bekasi - Chairil Anwar -

REVIVING BEKASSIE 1746 Pasar Proyek Bekasi Planning Competition -10 Honorable Mention

SITE AREA 166,800 m2 TYPOLOGY Urban Design - Commercial

TEAM MEMBER - Christopher Bonauli - Darmawan Hartono - Florentina Anastasia - Ihvan Pahrevy

LOCATION Bekasi - Indonesia

ROLE Team Leader

1. REVIVING THE SPIRIT

ACTIVITY SPACE

PLAZA AS COMUNAL AREA

LOCAL CULINER AREA

Pasar proyek was one of the center development and activity in Bekasi. There was even a terms that Pasar Proyek is bekasi, vice versa. As if it degraded by time, it now loses its greatness because its inability to adapt to current conditions 2. REVIVING THE IMAGE

PENATAAN KARAKTER FASAD

ENHANCING PEDESTRIAN QUALITY

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & PARKING SPOT

Pasar Proyek still has its unique image, it shows on its programming and many buildings that towards their function to commercial activities. One of the examples is the dominance spread of shophouse across the Pasar Proyek area with multicultural character facade CONCLUSION : REVIVING THE STORY

THEMATIC ZONING

GATE AS TRANSITION SPACE

REVITALIZE HISTORICAL BUILDING

MONUMENT AS CENTRAL NODE

We conclude Pasar Proyek already has their own story that builds from physical development and long historical culture. But, it is maintained badly and become forgotten. We tried to create a new story as part of new identity for Pasar Proyek while still respect its history at a time


COMPETITION PROJECTS Reviving Bekassie 1746

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TRANSITION ZONE

Mayor Oking Street

Kelenteng Gate

Promenade Bekasi Lautan Api

Traditional House

Masjid Al-Arief Plaza

Juanda Street

Plaza Patriot

Juanda Street & KH. Agus Salim Street

ACCULTURATION ZONE

Bekasi river promenade act as intro the whole development area to remind and retell historical story that the Pasar proyek itself growing from the river. This promenade will become public space for many activities such as a picnic, bike, playground, hangout, and chatting.

Tourist also accomodate by local lodging alongside Agus Salim street with other supporting amenities

Afterwards, tourist will be enter to heritage area with the old town vibe like the golden age of Pasar Proyek through facade design and pedestrian design alongside the Juanda street

Tourist can just come and buy snacks on the kiosk alongside street and enjoy their coffee under the shady Tanjung Tree and beautiful coral vine.

Acculturation zone located on Oking street that acts as the terrace to many cultures that once exists on the Bekasi.

Oking Street also be able to close occasionally to accommodate public events such as festival or bazaar. Transition zone is a open plaza act as celebration zone for the fighting of Bekasi people to dutch colonial There are also other cultural heritage building such Al-Arief Mosque, Temple, Traditional Bekasi House. These buildings could be cultural asset for this area and designed as the magnet for tourist to learn more about Bekasi culture


COMPETITION PROJECTS Reviving Bekassie 1746

BUILDING TRANSFORMATION

Facade Character Example Module A Example

Module B Example

variety C1

Facade Module Recommendation

variety B3

Original Medium New

variety B2 variety A1

variety A2

variety A3

Module C Example

variety C2 variety B4

variety B5

variety B1

ZONING MODULE RECOMMENDATION

Module A Recommendation - Bekasi Colonial

Module B Recommendation - Bekasi Shophouse

Module C Recommendation- Classic Modern

Facade Module Guideline

Module A Module B Module C

BUILDING PROGRAM RECOMMENDATION

A. Preserve Height Line Height line is a line that indicate floor to floor level on the facade side B. Create Symmetrical Facade Every module that has opening arranged into every 3 module C. Create canopy Canopy shaped from building overhang with Bekasi ornamental D. Retail Signage not cover the facade The signage only placed on the yellow spot on the diagram and extrude from building 1m max

current condition

Hospitality Commercial Culiner Shop House

facade recommendation

Juanda Street Study Case

current condition

current condition Facade recommendation

facade recommendation

Module A

Module B

Module C


COMPETITION PROJECTS Reviving Bekassie 1746

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Seating Area and street amenities

RAILROAD

Agus Salim Gate

JUANDA STREET Juanda Street is the main road on this area that has a strong history of the old town Bekasi. Started from riverfront promenade area , then welcomed by main gate that reflected heritage area. Pedestrian area designed to accomodate functional shopping activities, and to support walking circulation. This area also equipped by seating area to rest shaded by green vegetation alongside the road.

The pedestrian also reflect Bekasi ornamental through paving pattern and building facade to enhance heritage vibe around Juanda street and KH Agus Salim Street

2.3 Shop Walkway

2.2

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Furniture

Bike

Sidewalk

Street Lamp, Outdoor Bench, Bollard

9 Vehicle Lane

Bicycle Rack. r: 100m

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2.3

Bike

Furniture

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Shop Walkway

Sidewalk

Garbage Bin

Advertisement Board & Information Board alongside promenade

Bike Rental next to Bus Shelter

Drop off Shelter & Public Transport Shelter


COMPETITION PROJECTS Reviving Bekassie 1746

Dark paving

Light paving

PATRIOT PLAZA Plaza Patriot shaped from current parking spot nearby junction area that underused and give negative impact on the overall development on this area. The plaza functioned as a transition area for Juanda street, Oking street, and Agus Salim street.

Plaza as communal area has to accommodate many activities permanently or temporarily. Therefore, flexibility considered as the main factor of the plaza design

BIRD FESTIVAL

STREET VENDOR

OUTDOOR SPORTS

FASHION SHOW

CONCERT

PUBLIC EXHIBITION

FURNITURE

Pohon ketapang

Drain grates

Mobile Kiosk

Water Feature

Tactile paving

Patriot name itself taken from Bekasi historical battle on the dutch colonial period. Historical Mirror Installation

Modular Furniture

Becak Kelana, Local Rickshaw Tour 1 Highest point 2 Stripe Line 17 m Height 4 Monument Side

2.7 m

12 m

± 28 m

9m

± 18 m

12 m

Building

Plaza Sidewalk

Vehicle Lane

Plaza Sidewalk

Building

Cultural Mounment PLAZA PATRIOT PLAN

Bekasi Photo Spot

6 Pedestal Side

1 Februari 1746 : Date of establishment

Pasar Proyek Monument


COMPETITION PROJECTS Reviving Bekassie 1746

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STREET FURNITURE

SEATING CORRIDOR & CAFE EXTENSION

± 1.7 m

Paving

Alfressco Dining

Outdoor Bench

Coffee Table Light paving

16 m street width dedicated specially for the pedestrian. The pedestrian, biker, vehicle are placed on the same level. Paving is selected to be the main material of the street to enable vehicle slow down their speed. Big pattern from side to side creates seamless transition.

12 m

± 28 m

9m

± 18 m

12 m

Building

Plaza Sidewalk

Vehicle Lane

Plaza Sidewalk

Building

Sidewalk Vehicle Lane 2.5 6

Shophouse level varies from 1 floor to 3 floors located in a row

1

1.5

Coffee Furniture Table Zone

Oking Street also be able to close occasionally to accommodate public events such as festival or bazaar.

Sidewalk 2.5 1.5

1

Furniture Coffee Zone Table

2.5 1

Street character design as humanists as possible. Tourist can just come and buy snacks on the kiosk alongside street and enjoy their coffee under the shady Tanjung Tree and beautiful coral vine.

SHARED STREET

Seamless transition between pedestrian, vehicle, and bike

BEKASI ORNAMENTAL

Paving pattern shaped diamond inspired from “Gigi Balang”, Batavia ornamental

21.6

OKING STREET

18.3

Dark paving

BEKASI SHOPHOUSE

Shaped from acculturation architecture from dutch colonial, Chinese, and batavia

2.5

6 1.5

1.5

1

EAT & EAT CORRIDOR

PINK PATH

The coral vine vegetation used to create horizontal elements and enhancing street character

Tanjung Tree

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Drain grates

Tactile paving


COMPETITION PROJECTS Pertamina HQ Office

OFFICE AS PUBLIC SPACE Pertamina HQ Competition - First Runner-up Winner

BUILDING AREA 13,400 m2 TYPOLOGY Architecture - Commercial

TEAM MEMBER - Suryono Kurnianto - Ardyana Fahmiadi - Arsyad Pramono - Nur Arvan

LOCATION Cilacap - Indonesia

ROLE Design Team

The new Pertamina headquarter office will be located on operational area IV in Cilacap which has an oil refinery, factory, warehouse, and housing for their staff. This office will accommodate every activity and need as a headquarters with capacities around 700 staff This building is designed to accommodate common standard in office typically and also consider the sustainability aspect. Building mass formed by break the typical bulky low rise office into slimmer massing to maximizing natural light, then it is extruded randomly to create residue space on every floor that can be used as greenery and public area


COMPETITION PROJECTS Pertamina HQ Office

CROSS PROGRAMMING As a part of the housing area, the office also designed with uplifted mass to create pilotis on the ground floor. This area could be used after work hour as a public space for local resident to spend their leisure time to do sports, gathering, create public event, etc

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CORE

MASSING TRANSFORMATION

A. Drop Off Area

D. Surface Parking

B. Main Lobby

E. Public Park

LEGEND

C. Service Entrance C Drop-off Area

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GROUND FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

Main Lobby


ANALYSIS

COMPETITION PROJECTS Jakarta Public Flyover

POPULATION GROWTH

1970 4.5 Million

1980 6.5 Million

1990 8.25 Million

2000 9.6 Million

2045

?

Growth of Jakarta population increasing consistently. Jakarta also become 10 most dense city in the world

OPEN GREEN SPACE

1965 - 1985 37.2 %

2010 9.8 %

2045

From year to year, the amount of green space decreasing dramatically causing by irresponsible development

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POLUTION & CITY UTILITES Green space should be existed to minimize air pollution causing by vehicle. City utilities need to be designed seamless by placing it below unused flyover

CITY TYPOLOGY GROWTH From year to year, city development dominated by construction of high rise building and uncontrolled amount of private vehicle 1945

1995

2015

2030

TRANSPORATION GROWTH 6 Mil.

JAKARTA PUBLIC FLYOVER JAT 2012 - First Runner-up Winner

TYPOLOGY Urban Design Infrastructure

LOCATION Jakarta - Indonesia ROLE Design Team

TEAM MEMBER - Reza Ambardi Pradana - Patriot Negri - Marsha Ramadanti - R. Agung Yogaswara

1.3 Mil.

1990

Sports

Jakarta is the biggest cities in Indonesia with total population 9.5 million people and urbanization level 13% for the last 10 years. However, this development only focusing on physical aspects without considering the humanity aspect, which is a fundamental value on a city development. The main goal of this competition is to visualize Jakarta in the year of 2045 by presents public space which make Jakarta become livable city

BIG IDEA

13.5 Mil.

61 Mil.

3 Mil.

2000

Agriculture

8.9 Mil.

2010

Public Gallery

? 2045

The big idea is to move the function of vehicle from flyover to the ground floor of the road, and give new function for unused flyover as a new multipurpose public space that connected to building along it side

Farm

Town Parks

Entertainment


COMPETITION PROJECTS Lembong Co+ Space

BIG IDEA

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OBLIQUE The entrance guides people indirectly to main level to feels the diambiance walking upstair trough the tower covered by plantation.

MODULAR Flexibility for any function indeed an important things to do. We never know our market needs in far future.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

TYPICAL FLOOR

GROUND FLOOR

Commercial Space

LEMBONG CO+ SPACE

TYPOLOGY Architecture Commercial

LOCATION Jakarta Indonesia

ROLE Lead Architect

TEAM MEMBER - R. Agung Yogaswara - Fauzan Wassil - Darmawan Hartono

Lembong Co+ Space is a multi - commercial space building that will consist cafĂŠ, rental office, entertainment center, and other retail. The existing site mainly surrounded by big tree and other vegetation, therefore the building designed to be light and transparent to create a seamless connection between outdoor & indoor


THUMBNAIL PROJECTS ARCHITECTURE

SIMATUPANG APARTMENT, 2015

PIKKO APARTMENT, 2016

INTERMODA APARTMENT, 2016

HANA BANK OFFICE, 2015

PALM COURT OFFICE, 2016

SINARMAS CIVIC CENTRE, 2015

BINTARO PREMIUM CLUSTER, 2015

H.O.P PROJECT, 2015

KENSINGTON OFFICE, 2016

ARION MALL REDEVELOPMENT, 2017

SUNGAI SAPIH MUSHOLLA, 2015

KAYARA RESIDENCE, 2016

PECATU RESORT, 2014

KAMPONG RAMBUTAN LODGE, 2015


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GEORGETOWN

(Commercial Core)

BUTTERWORTH

(Residential Area)

JELUTONG (Residential Area)

PERAI

(Industrial Area)

Sea Grass Habitat

GELUGOR (Residential Area)

PERAI INDUSTRIAL ESTATE Natural Reserve

THUMBNAIL PROJECTS

THUMBNAIL PROJECTS

URBAN DESIGN + LANDSCAPE

GRAPHIC DESIGN


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