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Curriculum Vitae : Auzie Triratnamurti Research & Publications Works

The Dream Factory: A Sanctuary for a Retreat in the City

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From Liberation to Deliberation 18

Work | Workout 22

Villa Kascade 28

Healthcare in Emotion 32

Compo-site 36

Green Shelter 42

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d the prestigious StuNed scholarship by Neso-Nuffic Indonesia to pursue a Master’s degree at the chitecture of TU Delft and successfully graduated in 2007. At VHP urbanist + architects + landscape ompany of Royal Haskoning in Rotterdam, I worked within different design teams for Dutch or interects and competitions. Then I shifted my career to Van den Berg Kruisheer Elffers Architecten in where I did feasibility studies for housing, old church transformation project and several others. In ed atelier auzie in The Hague, a design studio for research and concept development in architecong vision on sustainability. career as architect, I participated in many design competitions where I achieved some awards, the Manufacturing Research Centre University of Indonesia Competition in Depok and a nomination 020 Competition in Dortmund. My personal skills are in concept and design development, supportnd drawing, graphic design softwares, autocad drawing and 3d modelling. My current objective is advancing my architectural practice by collaborating in a leading architecture office.

Triratnamurti Luhayu Fauzia (Auzie) Van Diemenstraat 188 2518 VH The Hague +31 (0) 6 437 508 06 auzie@atelierauzie.com www.atelierauzie.com

Bogor, Indonesia 04-10-1979 Indonesian English (fluent), Dutch (good), Indonesian (native)

fessional Founding Architect at atelier auzie, The Hague Guest Lecturer for the Bachelor program at Architecture Department University of Indonesia Lecture theme: Dreams, Transformation and Sustainability Assistant Designer at Van den Berg Kruisheer Elffers Architects, Rotterdam Junior Architect at VHP urbanist + architects + landscape architects / Royal Haskoning, Rotterdam Graduated with Master’s degree in Architecture, Technical University Delft Specialization: Public Building StuNed Neso-Nuffic scholar for Master study in the Netherlands Teaching Assistant for several Bachelor courses at Architecture Department University of Indonesia Junior Architect at Oxide Design and Associates, Jakarta Assistant Architect at RDA, Jakarta Graduated with Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, University of Indonesia SIF visiting scholar at School of Architecture National University of Singapore LIA Foundation summer course grantee at the Global Youth Institute in Des Moines, US

2nd prize winner for Manufacturing Research Centre of University Indonesia Competition, Jakarta Nomination for P-West 2020 Competition, Dortmund portfolio 2012 | cv


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Author(s): P.W. Heijmen, S. de Hoogh, H.M.T. de Wijn-van der Meer en W.H. van Staalduinen TNO publications The competition entry Healthcare in Emotion for the TNO Competition Transformation of Healthcare in Eastern Europe is published in this book

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Publishers: FSB, GIRA, KEUCO, >>Points of contact - the communication initiative for architects<< Editor: gambit marketing & communication, Dortmund The nominated competition entry Work | Workout for the P-West 2020 Competition is published in this book

TU Delft MSc Graduation Studio Research London, UK My research project and essay for the graduation studio Border Conditions at TU Delft and the group research in which I contributed are published in this book


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The ‘Wall’ and Its Inversion - Design Projects

Ekskursi Rumah Panjang

TU Delft MSc 1st Year Studio Research Rotterdam, Netherlands My research project for the studio The ‘Wall’ and Its Inversion at TU Delft is published in this book

TU Delft MSc 1st Year Studio Projects Delft, Netherlands My design project for the studio The ‘Wall’ and Its Inversion at TU Delft is published in this book

Architecture UI Excursion Kalimantan, Indonesia A research on Vernacular Architecture, Department of Architecture University of Indonesia in collaboration with Architecture UI Student Union (IMA) I was a participant and research team member at the excursion and I was also one of the editors of the book

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TU Delft MSc Graduation Project | London, UK | 2007

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Studio Border Conditions | Tutors: Marc Schoonderbeek, Heidi Sohn, Freerk Hoekstra Project type: Architecture | Building program: Resort and Spa


The City and the Dream Image Dreaming is the subjective experience of imaginary images. A dream image is a mental image constructed by imagination, which can be developed from reality, or being transformed from experienced reality. The idea of my mapping research is to project the experience of urban reality into a construction of imaginary (dream) image. The research maps three street junctions of Central London: Tottenham Court Road, Cambridge Circus, and Trafalgar Square. They are common yet very specific places in the center of the city, which have the highest congestion of experiential social activities. They are interrelated in one linear line of a main street, yet they have their own different visual image and character. From the visual image of these places, the reconstruction of spatial experience breaks down into layers of: the site, the built objects, the activity objects. Each layer of object is translated into different visual language interpretation, according to its special character. The visual images of the buildings are projected along the linear, curving, or conjunction geographical map of the site. This generates a dialectical image between the buildings and the site. This image is then deconstructed into single cut geometries, being transformed from the transpository image of the generated projective image. These geometries is recomposed and reconstructed into a single object of new image. By an equal distribution and characterized composition, the visual interpretation of each activity objects layer is projected one by one onto the new reconstructed image. These activities will melt into the reinterpreted image of the built objects and the site with a very high permeability one another, or even becoming one solid entity. Another new congested image is then constructed by the final superimposition of all the layers.

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The Dream Incubators The design project is derived from the mapping research by several points of view. The programmatic function of the building is obtained from the essential human activity in environment that insinuates the creation of dreams, that is, in forms of dream incubators. The activity of dreaming here is then closely associated to the process of rest, relax, rejuvenate, and amuse. These incubators are assembled into one assortment called the Dream Factory, a sanctuary for a retreat in the city, a building designed for public use of recreation and relaxation in the city of London. A place to discover a different atmosphere out of the frantic ordinary city environment for a quick or long break of self-indulging, without having to get out of the city. The construction of the dream image from the mapping continued the process of retransformation and projection of the reconstructed geometrical image onto another area in London, Canary Wharf. This area communicates with the idea of the centre point of intersections, geographically and from the perspective of human interaction and activities. The spirit of the site located before the embankment of the Thames River gives the value of nature that becomes a power to heal and to recreate. As a centre of business, the area performs a dynamic activity that coincide the experiential social activities found in the three street junctions of Central London. The composition of the building and the site is developed by the tracing lines of the mapping and forms of the surroundings with the main orientation of a parallel line to the street and the river. The constructed dream image from Central London is traced and projected on this area that becomes another centre of London.

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From Liberation to Deliberation

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TU Delft MSc 1st Year Studio Project | Robben Island, South Africa | 2006

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Studio: The ‘Wall’ and Its Inversion | Tutor: Shiuan-Wen Chu Project type: Architecture | Building program: Extension of the Apartheid Museum


The wall is a line on the plan and a primordial, inevitable and necessary architectural element in our environment. The studio tries to comment on contemporary social divisions and invisible walls between different races, tribes, religions, through the simple element of wall. With a research conducted on belhuis in Rotterdam, studying the ‘mediating wall’ elements, the design seek inversion of the power of the wall and give the meanings a twist by designing an extension to the old museum in Robben Island, South Africa, which used to be a prison for many important freedom fighters during Apartheid era in South Africa, most famously, the former president Nelson Mandela. The journey starts from the old main gate heading to ‘the wall of liberation’, which appears in a form of the underground entrance cutting through a sloping land, through the gallery and exhibition spaces that emerge in the surface of the sloping land to reveal the real view of and the access to the maximum security prison on the other side. It is continued with the journey back through ‘the wall of deliberation’, which appears as the open pedestrian walk lined on the upper part of the sloping ground. In this path we can have a full view of the whole island with all the living memorials, while having the opportunity to reflect of what we already learned about the island. The form of the building is derived from ‘the body of nature’. The green sloping ground acts as integration to the nature of the island that penetrates with the pattern of the sand and the wind. The irregular form of the scheme is derived from the slate stone pattern of the walls in the island. This scheme is merged with the strongest axis that lines from the main gate to the maximum security prison. And another axis in the other extension that turns into an overhanging viewing point to the ocean.

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Nominated Entry for P-West 2020 Competition | Dortmund, Germany | 2006

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Representing TU Delft | Team: Auzie Triratnamurti - Da Wang - Sybren Boomsma Project type: Architecture & Urban Revitalization | Building program: Sport Park


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In late 2005, Points of Contact/ Beruehrungs Punkte launched P-West 2020 architectural competition under the questions of: How will we live and work in the future? What role will technology play in architecture? The participants of this competition were students of three invited universities from three different countries, the Netherlands (TU Delft), Austria and Germany. The site is a 210-acre industrial area of the former Phoenix steel work, a central feature of the Dortmund-Hรถrde district, which was shut down in April 2001. Three choices of building objects on the site were oriented to the future redevelopment: switch house, blast furnace or gasometer. The Phoenix West urban redevelopment provides a concrete point of reference for a basic debate, involving input of ideas, on the conversion of former industrial buildings and on the topic of technology. The old Blast Furnace structure can be seen as the structural element not only for a design, but even more for the cities of Hรถrde and Dortmund and the area around them. All what this area is today owes it to the mining industrial era, with the use of the blast furnace as the focal point. This is why we have chosen the blast furnace as our object of intervention in this competition. Our vision is to brand P-West campus and its surroundings into the technological development in the areas of nano and micro-technology, which is one of the main subject being researched at the P-West. A Sport Centre forms a perfect way for young P-West employees to work and to work out: to work on regular basis on their jobs and to work out to get back in shape. The innovative design and technology lies on the invention of flowing bubble shape spaces as the additional structure to the old blast furnace. Not only by revitalizing this old unused building into a new function, the innvovative design aspect also lies on the idea to generate an interactive LED lighting system from the capacity use of the people that go there to do the sport during the evening. The percentage of the user capacity will be detected by a sensor at the entrance that will determine the different LED lighting color of the sphere bubbles as seen from the outside. While the old rustic color of the blast furnace stays as original, the whole building would be transformed green by adding landscape garden to it.

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Entry for Cascadepark C2C Housing Tower Competition | Almere, Netherlands | 2008

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In collaboration with VHP | Team: Jacques Vink - Tim Aarsen - Auzie Triratnamurti - Andrea Abita - Piero Medici Role in team: Design concept, sustainability study, form study, park design, graphic presentation Project type: Architecture & Landscape | Building program: Apartment Housing + Park


In March 2008, the Municipality of Almere organized a competition to design urban villas and a residential tower in the Cascade Park. It is a testing ground for sustainability according to the C2C Guidelines. Located in the Almere Poort, the residential tower of Vila Kascade flows a green ‘stream’ from the top floor down through a series of greenhouse atria. This stream leads to the roof of the parking garage on the ground level. An inextricable vegetation links the tower with the adjacent park on top of the parking garage and grows continuously from the park up to the tower. Green Lungs The building breathes through its atria that act as the ‘green lungs’. They don’t need to be heated or chilled because the temperature here is milder than outside. It is free of rain and wind. Plants and water in the greenhouses provide a good air quality. The green lungs clean ventilated air into the dwellings. The landscape roof from the parking garage moves up to the vertical green house gardens of the residential tower. Thus, the linked biodiversity of the inside and outside is made. Water Tower This tower has a water basin on the top of the building. Rainwater for the plants in the greenhouses and rinsing of toilets is collected here. The water of the showers and sinks has a half life as a ‘gray’ water. Around the parking deck the area is surrounded by helophyte plants as filter for the ‘black’ water. Thus, the ‘gray’ water in the surrounding landscape and surface water can be included in this cleansing too.

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Entry for TNO Competition: Transformation of Healthcare in Eastern Europe | Vilnius, Lithuania | 2009

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In Collaboration with VHP+Royal Haskoning Team: Jan Koelink - Cihan Daskapan - Mirjam Galje - Shu Yan Tang - Kirsten Colenbrander - Pauline Bron - Auzie Triratnamurti Role in team: Design concept, form study, 3d presentation Project type: Architecture | Building program: Hospital / Healthcare Centre / Commercial


This competition was commissioned by the Dutch Center for Health Assets, DuCHA. By generating ideas, strategies and attractive images of possible futures, the architects inspire healthcare managers and local administrations to take a broader view on the options they have for redeveloping their healthcare systems and sites. Eastern Europe has rapidly been transformed from a communist system into a free market economy. Social and cultural changes that took decades in Western Europe are happening in just a few years in Eastern Europe. More consumer The healthcare sector also has to cope with governments taking a back seat. Healthcare institutions have to be more self-supporting. Scaling-up is essential to viability, so healthcare is disappearing from rural areas and becoming concentrated in the towns and cities. People living in rural communities have to travel great distances using poor infrastructure for the care they need. This compounds their disadvantages. Whereas people are prepared to pay for new consumer goods, they are much less willing to pay for healthcare, because the cost used to be covered by the state. The changes demand a redefinition of the healthcare system in Eastern Europe. There is a need for better quality within a system that can be self-sufficient. Care has to be tailored to need. The client is central and healthcare care can be combined with other provisions as a source of revenue. The patient is a consumer and the consumer is a patient.

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Project type: Architecture | Building program: Academic / Public


In January 2011, the Engineering Faculty of University of Indonesia held a competition to design a building for Manufacturing Research Centre (MRC). The building has a maximum height of seven floors and a basement for utilities. From the calculations based on 2020 projections, it should be able to accommodate the number of users that consists of 500 people/ students and 50 employees. Use Of Material Cor-ten steel is one type of material that has a fairly high level of sustainability due to its resistance to weather, as well as maintenance-free. Natural Air Circulation With the adequate number and size of the openings, the natural air circulation will easily be achieved in almost every room in this building. Natural Lighting Although the building is rather wide, with some big voids that are almost typical on each floor, up to the openings on the roof, the sunlight can penetrate every room including the ones in the central axis of the building.

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Green Space The green space emerges as the natural elements that support the efficient use of carbon, which is one of the components of Green Metric. Green space is also serves as the aesthetic of the building, presented in balconies and roof garden located on the north side of the building. Moreover the vines are also grown on the outside walls on the east side of the curtain wall and at the sky bridge. Sun Panels In accordance with one of the MRC space program is the use of the building for Solar Cell Lab and similar research of the solar resource. The roof construction of this building is composed of steel frame and panels that allows the installation of sun panels.

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Entry for Europan 11 Competition | Almere, Netherlands | 2011

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In collaboration with Joost van Dijk Project type: Architecture, Urban & Landscape | Building program: Pavilion / House


The assignment is to design an unusual and unique building that can first serve as an eye catching information centre or cultural pavilion and can subsequently be “reused” as a detached house in the wood. This building should therefore be demountable. The study assignment is a landscape design for the already existing woods with extra focus on the new water system to be constructed and, in particular, the way in which the “woodlands” in this wood can be developed. Our plan is to create a framework for the future planning that would become a ‘living in green’ pilot project of city of Almere. For this we are proposing a framework called the ‘Green Shelter’. Similar to what it means, Green Shelter acts under this framework: capturing water, natural noise buffer between the outside and the inside of the Green Shelter, a guideline of living quality, accessibility system in a form of pedestrian path network, creating a pavilion building which can be transformed for other uses. The Green Shelter theme represents not only the framework of the woodlands, but it also stands for the pavilion / house as a small scale detailed part of the project. The shaping process of the building occurs in step-by-step basis that is required to create flexibility and sustainability in the building for other future function(s). Detachability as the most important aspect that determines a possibility of relocation is achieved by a detachable maple timber structure.

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Private house renovation | The Hague, Netherlands | 2010-2011

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Restoration The house is a 19th century ground floor townhouse with a backyard. An extension part at the back of the house consists of two storeys, serves as the space for two bedrooms. Like most of any other old Dutch townhouses, this house has a narrow floor layout. It has a long open main hall consisted of living, dining and kitchen space that stands next to each other on the long floor plan. A lot of change was done in the renovation of this house. One of them was the breaking off the extra ceiling in the living room and preservation of the 1890â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decorative ceiling. The old spiral staircase that connects together the bedroom on the ground floor and the one on the first floor was also replaced by an L-form staircase and addition of a wall that closes off the first bedroom to the second one.

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Old and Modern The old existing interior is combined with modern style by using recycled old materials that are transformed into new functions. For example, the bathroom basin is constructed on an unused old tool desk of a piano maker. The old kitchen has created some problems, such as space inefficiency, the blocking of sunlight from coming inside the rather long yet narrow interior and not to mention the view to the garden that is also blocked. Therefore the old kitchen with the L-form counter was replaced with a new design with a feature of a kitchen island that solves every problem from the old one. Green Space The backyard is not too big but big enough to smell the fresh air and to enjoy the sun, apart from the busy urban life outside. When the house was first bought, the garden was not too green. One of the ideas for the garden design was to create herbal-edible garden and to plant a green roof for the shed that catches rainwater. The low height made it possible to enjoy the wonderful green view of the roof from inside the house. The green roof consisted of many layers: two kinds of filter fleece, waterproofing membrane, drainage/ storage grids, growing medium and lastly, a sedum plant layer. And the herbal-edible plants are accommodated inside a handpick-tall wooden plant tank that is built along one side of the garden. The ground surface of the garden is covered by hardwood deck. This house renovation project engaged most of the principles that I have in architecture: transformation, reuse, and sustainability. Hence I see it as a pilot project and as a small summary of my architectural objectives.

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