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por t f o l i o ARYO DHANESWARA

CURATED UNDERGRADUATE + PROFESSIONAL WORK | 2012 - 2019

ARCHITECTURE


Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

About Me

I am a dedicated practicing architect interested in critical inter-relationship between Architecture, Culture and Urbanism. I have 2 years plus of combined experience in the architectural field, specializes in the conceptual design, preparation of detailed drawings to concept presentations. Able to learn new briefs quickly and master new concepts. To me, each project is an opportunity to integrate elegance and effectiveness, while creating bespoke design that expresses and answers the end user’s desired needs. My favorite project includes those which afford opportunities to directly engage with social issues and wide range of communities such as creating social housings, public spaces, to urban facilities. All of which should integrate with sustainability. He believes that as a designer, we can change the quality of life through design, by creating more livable and civilized spaces for everyone.

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Curriculum Vitae Personal details Aryo Dhaneswara Male, Indonesian Architect 26th April 1992 Jalan Kencana Permai VII/7 Pondok Indah +6281286140002 dhaneswara-@hotmail.com

Educational background 2012 - 2014

2012 - 2014

Social media aryodhaneswara aryodhanes dhaneswr

High school Binus International School Simprug, Indonesia Working experience

2016 - 2017 2015

Contact (+62)21-7503512 / (+62)812-8614-0002 aryo.dhaneswara@live.com

Bachelor of Science in (Architecture) Taylor’s University Malaysia

PT. US&P Architects, Indonesia (2 years 5 months) PT. Arkitekton Limatama, Indonesia (3 months) Exhibitions

Nov.2012

Annual Architecture Student Works Exhibition [PAM] Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia - Malaysian Institute of Architects

Mar.2018

IAI Under 35 at MegaBuild Indonesia 2018 Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia (IAI) Jakarta Organizational experience

2018 - Present

Member of Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia (Jakarta)

2018 - Present

Member of Green Building Council Indonesia (Greenship Associate) Computer skills

Advanced Intermediate

AutoCAD 2D, Sketchup, Vray, Microsoft Office Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator Languages

Native Upper-Intermediate

Bahasa Indonesia English (IELTS overall band 6.5)

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Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

Selected Works

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Table of Contents Undergraduate Projects Bachelor of Science(Architecture) Taylor’s University Malaysia

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Community Architecture Nature Appreciation Centre Second Semester Project |(Bachelor of Science)

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Urban Infill Urban Food Market Fifth Semester Project |(Bachelor of Science)

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Sustaining Humanities Martial Arts Centre Final Semester Project |(Bachelor of Science)

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Professional Projects PT. US&P Architects, Indonesia

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Tollroad Rest Area Rest Area KM 45 2016

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City Hall Courtyard Jakarta City Hall Courtyard 2017

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Community Architecture| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Nature Appreciation Centre Second Semester Project |(Bachelor of Science) Individual Project Location Pekan Sepang, Sepang, Malaysia Project Type Public Building Area 6928 m2 Design Studio Year 2, Semester 2 Brief This project aims to design a public building with complexity that includes the site topography and vegetation while also explore the strategies and design solutions that reduce environment impact utilizing passive design approach. The design shall merge into the site and provide a best experience for users. This appreciation center serves as a community center which focuses mainly on the youth community but also suitable for a wide range of ages. Based on the interviews with the locals, most of the young residents within the area has a dull activity since there is no place for them to express their creativity as well as a place to gain skills outside school related activities The building will also accommodate programs that should be beneficial for the local community and residents of Sepang. Programs within the facility includes Mangrove seed planting, Newspaper recycling, River clean-up, Water monitoring and Voluntary activities. All of which encourages the responsibility towards the environment.

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Nature Appreciation Center / Year 2

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Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

The three building masses were placed very close to each other in a circular configuration, creating a courtyard in the middle. The courtyard is the main orientation of these building masses. Large glass doors and windows were place on the sides facing the courtyard, amplifying the amount of natural lighting and ventilation to each room within the building.

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Nature Appreciation Center / Year 2

West Elevation Scale 1;200

North Elevation Scale 1;200

East Elevation Scale 1;200

South Elevation Scale 1;200

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Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

The building comprises of three structures, each with different functions connected together by a sheltered walkway. The surrounding nature has a strong visual and tangible presence everywhere in the building; it allows the user to revalidate whilst walking. As for the faรงade, the building is covered with a vertical and horizontal shading device with wood as the material. On the first floor, the three blocks are connected together with a bridge, which also acts as an interlude between the circulation of the building. The nature appreciation center should also be a place for a community to gather from different range of ages through activities provided. And should be useful the society as a whole.

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Nature Appreciation Center / Year 2

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Urban Infill| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Urban Food Market Fifth Semester Project |(Bachelor of Science) Individual Project Location Tun. H. S. Lee street, Malaysia Project Type Commercial / Public Building Area 1200 m2 Design Studio Year 3, Semester 1 Brief The project’s aim is to design a contemporary marketplace with chosen themes within urban infill site. The design is to take considerations of a holistic application of structural, spatial, functional, and environmental requirements that addresses the urban street context and user behavioral patterns. In this project, urban food market is chosen as the theme for urban infill that is located in a specified site in Kuala Lumpur, which is the Tun. H. S. Lee street. Adjoining along the streets there are shop houses, multiple banking branch offices, small retail stores, institutions and numerous tourist destinations including local landmarks such as the Jamek Mosque and Central Market. However, there is no one centralized mixed use building where people can gather as a meeting place or where people can buy food in the midst of their busy day. Restaurant and food stalls are found scattered throughout the site. Majority of which are operating without permit and providing subpar hygiene standards. Hence, the idea of an urban food market is proposed in this area.

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Urban Food Market (Urban Infill) / Year 2

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Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

The urban food market is an urban infill focus on providing a highly accessible and efficient marketplace that would become a public realm that genuinely belongs to Petaling Street. The design explores a new typology of spatial relationships as trading are integrated with different public-friendly programme such as eateries, food court, artisanal food store, gallery, and coffee shop in the building. The idea is to generate nodes of interest in the busy streets of Kuala Lumpur.

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Urban Food Market (Urban Infill) / Year 2

A staircase from ground floor is connected in a straight axis cutting upwards through the building to reach the top floor. Creating a sense of continuity from the main road. With the existence of food market in site, it is hoped to create a new public facility and a pleasant point for everybody (regardless of ethnicity, social strata, or cultural beliefs) to gather and enjoy food. By concentrating the people and encouraging interaction in common ways, we are gradually rebuilding community.

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Urban Food Market (Urban Infill) / Year 2

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Sustaining Humanities| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Martial Arts Centre Final Semester Project |7th Semester (Bachelor of Science) Individual Project Location Tun. H. S. Lee street, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Project Type Mixed Use / Community Building Area 1200 m2 Design Studio Year 3, Semester 1 Brief The project was to design a ‘Community Parliament’ which its main purpose is to give back to the society through its proposed live and work programme. The center needs to generate a sense of place as well as bridging the gap between the diverse communities at the site. The site was located at Jalan Ampang in Kuala Lumpur, which is one of the main roads of the city. It is said to be the bridge that connects the new developing parts of Kuala Lumpur and the historical area of Kuala Lumpur that are still rich in preserving local culture, hence the traditional martial arts center was chosen to activate the area. Traditional martial arts today is still relevant to the current lifestyle of maintaining a healthy life amongst youth community.

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Site boundary boundary is taken seriously and strictly follows local regulations Respect to site as a response to site, the accommodation and office is kept in the same building typology, which is using a typical floor plan

Leveling/hierarchy building height shows hierarchy in terms of zoning/importance of space in the building. accommodation is considered private and exclusive. also, classrooms are located at high floors.

S T R A T E G I E S

Martial Arts Centre / Year 5

Gap & subtraction A continuation of axes and public circulation that cuts through the building to create a connection from the sidewalk street road to riverside promenade. gap & subtraction is necessary for easy access. Final massing final massing is achieved.

M A S S I N G

Tectonics misalignment of axes creates shifting of massing the most important space is shifted to standout


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Martial Arts Centre / Year 5

Program Objective In a macro scale outlook, considering the rapid development of the busy metropolitan city, it is considerably necessary to balance between cultivating the rich culture of Malaysia and to encourage the healthy lifestyle to the citizen of Kuala Lumpur, thus shaping the large community of Kuala Lumpur and ultimately global scale is seen important. Moreover, from a micro scale perspective, the presence of martial arts centre within the area will give a new identity to the place to hold vibrant routines and to activate the current dormant area. Jalan Ampang is considered a well permeable network, which has various intersections making it easy to reach a destination, and using a number of different routes. Many famous landmarks and nodes of the city are also neighboring the site, making it easy for user to reach and/or leave the facility.

The theme ‘sustaining humanities’ means creating architecture for its people, place and time. Designing for sustainability has been a fundamental issue for architects in our time within global and regional contexts. In line with the current discourse on sustainability, it upholds the believe that architecture can create better places, that architecture can affect society and humanity, and that it can have a role in making place civilized by making a community more livable.


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First floor plan

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Ground floor plan

Third floor plan

Second floor plan


Martial Arts Centre / Year 5

Permeability/Exposed Public Access

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Divided Zoning

XYZ Circulation

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Tollroad Rest Area | Ciawi, Indonesia Rest Area KM45 Master Plan US&P Architects, Indonesia Location Ciawi, West Java, Indonesia Project Type Mixed Use / Commercial Area 1200 m2 Project Year 2016 Brief This project was a development project within a toll road rest area complex located in Ciawi, West Java. The need to expand parking lots requires the removal of existing commercial areas to a newly designed building lot beside the river. The building was set on the sloped land beside the river as a main building of a Highway Rest Area. Positioned at the flatter south-western part of the site, the architecture featured a long stretch of structure with a connecting ramps in between each floors, allowing the user to experience panoramic view of the surrounding nature without obstruction. Various design methods were applied at the planning stage. To an extent, given topography was the main difficulty during this project. The proposed design was aimed to promote one stop leisure space as well as a public facility for toll road users.

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Existing Site


Rest Area KM 45 / 2016

Design Vision Lifestyle • • • • •

Accessible by foot or bicycle Blending in with nature Outdoor café/restaurant seats Blurring the indoor/outdoor Social interaction and vertical connectivity

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Disabled-friendly using long ramps instead of staircases, to minimize views obstruction Continuous circulation Efficient floor plan

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Large overhangs and big openings for minimum use of air conditioning Adequate natural lighting Raw building materials

Riverside Public Space • • • •

Amphitheater facing the river Promote river view and connection to water Human scale, comfortable and communal Long riverside promenade for enjoyable walks


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gas station

cafes

amphitheater

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mosque

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soccer field

AERIAL VIEW OF EXISTING SITE Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

Existing masterplan

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Commercial Area Design Proposal

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The building integrates a retail shop with an active semi-outdoor space and open plan with public access. The vertical open-air public space allows visitors to enjoy a social communal space even inside the building.

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The semi-outdoor space consist of landscape steps and ramps that are integrated with platforms, seating, amphitheater, and retail shops. The entire open space is connected from the lowest street level to the highest ground level. Shielded by second and third floor roof that are supported by a series of columns. It allows an unbarred communal space, protected from direct sunlight and rain.

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Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

Program Using tropical architecture as its design method and characteristics, This airy semi-outdoor space is well incorporated with gardens on all levels. It becomes an active vertical urban commercial area. It is a place for strolling and relaxing . The intention was to maximize the use of the waterfront context and the promenade into the architectural concept for the commercial area. The building also provides a visitor and tourism information center. With such program, considering the attributes of natural views, weather, materiality, aesthetic quality surely will add a sense of identity to the overall rest area and its surroundings, eventually creating a new landmark for the region. Aside from performing retail activities, people are welcomed to stroll and relax around the gardens that are present in every level. This main building is a retail building that not only provides a comfortable place to eat and shop, but offers a place to rest and enjoy nature for the visitors and also toll road users.

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Rest Area KM 45 / 2016

The design proposal tries to provides a solution answering to a classic challenge of a multi-storey retail building on how to draw people upward to the upper levels. The wide ground level with its gradual series of ramps and platforms connecting the street level to the second floor naturally draws people to walk up leisurely. A series of openings in the second and the third floor further enhance a continuity of the vista. Shops and restaurants on the upper levels are clearly seen from different angles from the lower level.

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City Hall Courtyard| Jakarta, Indonesia Jakarta City Hall Courtyard US&P Architects, Indonesia Location Medan Merdeka street, Central Jakarta, Indonesia Project Type Municipal/Government Building BANTENG PARK

ISTIQLAL MOSQUE

PRESIDENTIAL PALACE

Area 1200 m2 Project Year 2018 Brief City Halls serve a critical role in hosting municipal offices and services, but they are almost as important architecturally, as they leave a visual legacy for the city they represent. The complex in DKI Jakarta City Hall has undergone many changes, starting from the Dutch colonial era, Japan colonial era, to the revolutionary period and finally the present. After the Governor of DKI Jakarta was held by Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, there were many changes that took place around City Hall. One of them is the opening of City Hall for the public through City Hall Tourism which was inaugurated by the new governor. Visitors can now enjoy a variety of activities such as culinary and movie/film previews that are played every weekend in the Great Hall Building. With the current redevelopment of new programs that are now accessible to the public, the City Hall needs a new concept of a courtyard to facilitate its citizen. A pedestrian promenade connects existing public amenities with new facilities, redevelops several vacant lots and links the previously private building to the public.

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NATIONAL MONUMENT NATIONAL MUSEUM NATIONAL GALLERY

JAKARTA CITY HALL


Jakarta City Hall Courtyard / 2017

INTERSECTION

QUARTERLY TYPOLOGY

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CENTER POINT

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Aryo Dhaneswara / Architecture Portfolio 2012 - 2019

The line represents an important / main road within the area

For the people of the archipelago, especially the Javanese, quarterly typologies are known as ‘Mancapat’. ‘Mancapat’ is understood as a confederation of 5 villages with 1 village as the center and 4 other villages surround exactly on the 4 cardinal directions The word ‘Mancapat’ can be interpreted as a central point surrounded by four points from west, east, south and north (Van Ossenbruggen, 1917).

TYPICAL INDONESIAN VILLAGE

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The Mancapat typology has become the benchmark for the development of the cities of Yogyakarta and Surakarta today. This system also maintains that the city, with Keraton Palace as its center, is a unification of the various communities that live in it. The central role of the Sultan is interpreted as a cosmic center or force that moves society. A center point surrounded by four points.

KERATON PALACE (JAVA)


Jakarta City Hall Courtyard / 2017

Another example could be seen in The National Monument, or simply Monas, a 433 ft. (132 metre) tower in the centre of Merdeka Square, Central Jakarta, symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. The central point where 4 administrative cities of Jakarta meet. This pattern resembles the concentric model of the classical Javanese state. In other words the symbolic ecology of Jakarta was a sign or indicator, linking the new centralized state of Indonesia with the glorious pre-colonial state of Majapahit.

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Adopting the traditional Mancapat typology, The City Hall is designed to have one central meeting point surrounded by four segmented areas, as a symbol of one ruling point.

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SOCIAL INTERACTION

the development of a city depends on the aspirations of the people that should come from the outside in

The city government holds control by mediating and balancing between investor developers and the interests of the community

The city government should act as the balance between investors (as a source of funds for the development of cities) and residents (as the giver of ideas for city development)

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EXISTING

The central role of the city governor as a cosmic center or power that can actualize change and a place for aspiration from the citizen for the development of its city

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Jakarta City Hall Courtyard / 2017

A pedestrian promenade connects existing public amenities with new facilities

Adopting The ‘Mancapat’ typology, a center point is designed to have maximum concentration during speech for the audience

More social interaction made possible by providing more public facilities

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Curated Undergrad + Professional Portfolio | 2012 - 2019  

Curated Undergrad + Professional Portfolio | 2012 - 2019  

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