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BAKTI KAWIBAWAN 2009 - 2013 architecture portfolio

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To me, architecture is more than a drawing on paper. It is more than a piece of gigantic sculpture made to satisfy visual and spiritual pleasure of the client and the architect. It is more than just about space and form. To me, architecture is a response to the social issues and cultural identity that surround the land where it is built on. Architecture is a representation of our concern towards the continuance of life under the compassion of mother earth, which is often challenged by economicdriven relationship between men. Putting into a parable, architecture is like a book. It is a story book that tells the architect’s story about the people and the world around where it stands. I am someone who loves to read and write story books and currently learning to be a better writer. This is a book that tells the story of my times as a story book writer.

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2009.2010.2011.2012.2013

architecture, the people, the world, and me


Greenville House Private

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MSc in Environmental Design University of Bath

Batununggal House Private

Heliconia House Extension Private

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Cambridge University Chemistry Building Sustainable Retrofit Competition 2013 Pazia Experience Central Park iLATAAJ

Pazia Cafe Bali iLATAAJ DK Residence iLATAAJ

Green Pramuka Apartment Unit Private

Blitz Megaplex Paris van Java iLATAAJ Ajie House iLATAAJ

Mitsubishi Showroom Lampung iLATAAJ Pazia Experience Summarecon Serpong iLATAAJ

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DK Residence iLATAAJ

Andora Hotel iLATAAJ Mall of Indonesia Lobby 7 iLATAAJ

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Pazia Experience Plaza Indonesia iLATAAJ p. 32 Pazia Experience Sutos Mitsubishi Showroom Bengkulu Blitz Megaplex Pacific Place iLATAAJ iLATAAJ iLATAAJ Lighting & Conversation of Cathedral Jakarta Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

Warung Muncang Urban Intervention Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

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The Evergreen Project Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

Cibadak District Revitalization Universitas Katolik Parahyangan 3


MSc in Environmental Design university of bath: architecture and civil engineering class of 2012 - 2013

one year journey towards a better future Relationship between built environment and nature has always held a special interest for me. After spending two years working as professional in design & construction industry, the fascination had only grown; to the point that I decided to pursue a further knowledge about how to develop an ideal relationship between the two aspect which has often been neglected, or worse - exploited, by us human. The Master Course on Environmental Design at The University of Bath provided me with a mass of priceless knowledge about how architecture can provide solutions to the critical environmental issues that exists around us and the world we are living in. This section gives a general picture of what I’ve learnt and what I’ve created during the one year course time. 4


sustainable materials

climate change and energy issue all around the world reducing energy use • increasing efficiency • using renewables building regulations and legislation for low-energy use passive design & climate-specific design

carbon profiling • embodied energy • ICE LCA • responsible sourcing straw bale • lime • hemp timber • bamboo • earth • concrete

october ‘12

december ‘12

designing for low-carbon use

december ‘12

november ‘12

heat, comfort & productivity

thermal performance of facade

human and thermal comfort: theory • measurement managing indoor environment improving productivity thermal comfort modelling

heat transfer • thermal mass U-values • building regulations air leakage • glazing • thermal bridging material properties • thermal image model

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renewable energy system

building energy modelling

renewable energy • energy storage solar thermal • photovoltaic • BIPV wind power • wave & tidal • hydro biomass • co-generation

dynamic algorithm for energy modelling IES: model building • lighting • ventilation • thermal energy model analysis

february ‘13

january ‘13

march ‘13

february ‘13

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daylight and shadings

natural ventilation in buildings

human vision • measurement units daylighting • glare • shade • shadow sky model • protractor • stereographic projection daylight modelling: Ecotect & Radiance IES

natural vs mixed mode vs mechanical system windows • double facade • automated facade vegetation • sustainable urban air quality natural ventilation modelling: IES: VE


applicability of LIBMs in improving embodied energy value of UK passive house dwellings MSc dissertation - abstract

The energy issue in current UK’s domestic sector has led to the increasing interest from construction market towards low-energy building standards. Passive House emerged as one of those standards, offering the methods of increasing energy efficiency of a dwelling by improving the thermal performance of the dwelling’s external envelope, as well as other methods to minimize the use of energy during the building’s operational lifetime. However, Passive House’s methods totally overlook the issue regarding embodied energy in construction material by using a large amount of additional insulation to increase the envelope’s performance. The current construction systems commonly used in UK domestic, including Passive House, often uses materials with high embodied energy value as constituents of their thermal envelope. This study tries to address this issue by turning its attention towards some potential alternative construction materials such as straw bale, hemp-lime, and recycled materials which is currently gaining popularity in the construction industry’s perspective.

april ‘13

vThis study reviews the current issue regarding embodied energy in Passive House, then uses model-based analysis method with PHPP as tool to analyse the operational energy performance of standard Passive House construction, followed by assessment of embodied energy using LCEA. Ultimately, assessment on a Passive House model built using alternative materials is conducted using the same methods to analyse its potential impact on improving the life-cycle embodied energy value.

environmental impact studies planning for sustainability: air, water, soil, noise international law & policies • global environmental issue carbon life-cycle • carbon accounting • reducing emission archaeology • cultural heritage • human population • biodiversity

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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY BUILDING sustainable retrofit competition 2013 - 1st winner (team SEDT) academic • retrofit • low-energy design cambridge, united kingdom project year - 2013 with nishesh jain + jingnan wu

the competition

the issue

“SRC 2013 calls the participants to propose innovative but realistic design and retrofit solutions for the 55year-old Cambridge University’s Chemistry Building, aiming to improve the building’s energy performance while paying attention to its sensitive surroundings and ongoing activities inside the building.”

Built in the 1958, the chemistry building’s energy performance is identified be very poor with research indicated that the building requires 59% more energy than typical practice benchmark value for laboratory buildings. Of the building’s annual energy consumption, 52% is used for space heating and cooling. Office and laboratory equipment contributed 24%, leaving the rest 24% to ventilation, lighting and small appliances.

- Competition brief 8


energy consumption From Cambridge City Council document: Cambridge Historic Core Appraisal • June 2006

carbon emission running cost electricity

13,057 10,683 23,740 MWh/y or 1,130 kWh/m2.y 6,750 2,115 8,866 t.CO2/y 1,305,781 427,347 ÂŁ 1,73 million/y natural gas 9


appreciating the past & embracing the future In order to reduce the heating / cooling energy consumption of the building, the team proposes an overall facade improvements which includes constructing external insulation system to improve the building’s thermal envelope quality. The main insulation component is EPS board, fitted to the existing wall with thermal-bridge free fixings and covered by bricks / lime render on the outside. Double-glazed argon-filled windows are used to replace the old single-glazed windows.

FACADE RENOVATION

fabric performance & street’s characteristic 10

The main challenge of this strategy is to design an outer envelope that is able to respond the existence of buildings of local interests situated north from the building, directly at the opposite of the main road. As an answer to this, the facade is designed as an abstract reflection of the opposite buildings’ form. It is a subtle strategy to allow a necessary improvement on the building’s performance without much fear of creating a new existence that will completely alter the characteristic of the street.


brick render double brickwork plaster adhesive polystyrene granule adhesive polystyrene granule anchor fixing thermally broken lintel - reinforced concrete double-glazing argonfilled window

locally sourced brick render

poured polyurethane foam + sealant after retrofit

timber rainscreen cladding

existing facade mortar EPS board insulation

locally sourced brick render

lime-based render

polyethylene foam rod + sealant

after retrofit

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effective shading area (summer – winter)

proposed shading device (summer – winter – vista line) vista line to allow vision towards surrounding scenery

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15:30 14:30 13:30

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effective shading area (for summer days)

good sun, bad sun Another problem in the Chemical Department’s building is overheating during summer. The west-facing facade is situated adjacent to the building’s parking lot, making it exposed to afternoon sunlight.

FACADE RENOVATION overheating 12

The proposed solution is to create a set of external shading devices in front of the west-facing windows. each of them is designed to block the summer sunlight coming from high angle while providing enough opening for low-angle afternoon winter sunlight to penetrate into the room. Measurement from IES shows that the shading device is able to help reduce overheating hours (the amount of time when interior temperature reaches above 25°C) by 58%, saving 455 MWh of cooling energy per year.

reclaimed timber +Clematis alpina


Lighting covers only about 14% of the the building’s electricity energy consumption. Despite the portion being quite small in comparison to other sectors such as equipment (32%), HVAC (33%), or IT equipment (21%), it is the only sector where a feasible reduction can be achieved without affecting the building’s functionality. The retrofit strategies include reducing demand by increasing the system’s efficiency through improvements in zoning, control, and replacing old TFL lamps with LEDs.

LIGHTING

Ultrasonic sensor: absence detection

Manual switch

Infra-red sensor: presence detection

Dimming control

Photo-electric dimming

IMPROVING USERS’ AWARENESS Building Energy Manager

Building Users

educate + motivate

ENERGY USE COMPETITION feedback

Designer / Contractor

lighting

small power

Sub-metering system (each floor)

IMPROVING SYSTEM CONTROL Central HVAC

Occupied space Individual control

BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT

Occupants

additional energy Unregulated system 13


quantifying sustainability All environmental strategies proposed in this project have their performance quantified and analyzed using various environmental analysis softwares. This method allows a more accurate and reliable projection of the performance of each strategy which then used as the base for every design decision made by the team.

facade renovation

• U-value & airtightness improvement • summer overheating solution

11356 MWh/y 6527 MWh/y (42% reduction)

lighting

• improving lighting zone & control: based on room usage & occupancy pattern • improving lamp’s efficiency: switching to LED

1204 MWh/y overheating analysis IES:VE

417 MWh/y (65% reduction)

behaviour management

• energy manager + energy champions • sub-metering system + energy use competition for building users • improved control for equipment

10137 MWh/y

natural light analysis sketchup + ecotect

9630 MWh/y (5% reduction*) * based on external studies

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elevation - north facing facade

elevation - west facing facade


cooling

heating

lighting

equip

vent

EXISTING

1124 kWh/m2.y

RETROFIT

27% energy use reduction

6.3 GWh / year 1,665 tonnes CO2 / year ÂŁ 320,000 / year

821 kWh/m .y 2

after-retrofit perspective view

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iLATAAJ professional works 2010 - 2012 www.ilataaj.com

involvement:

2012 • Pazia Cafe, Bali • Pazia Central Park, Jakarta • DK Residence, Almere - The Netherlands

2011 • Ajie House, Jakarta • Andora Hotel, Bengkulu • Mitsubishi Showroom, Lampung • Mall of Indonesia Lobby 7, Jakarta • Blitz Megaplex, Paris van Java, Bandung • Pazia Summarecon Mall, Tangerang

2010

• Pazia Plaza Indonesia, Jakarta • Pazia Surabaya Town Square, Surabaya • Blitz Megaplex Pacific Place, Jakarta • Mitsubishi Showroom, Bengkulu

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iLATAAJ

DK RESIDENCE single family dwelling almere stad, the netherlands project year - 2012

form follows vision As part of a new land development in Almere region, the site’s biggest potential lies in the astonishing surrounding environment where refracted sunlight from water ripples of the artificial lake merges with vast green landscape of agriculture fields located around the east and west side of its perimeter. By using protruding boxes and floor level variations, the design allow the dwelling’s main rooms to gain the best access towards the scenery. I am deeply involved in the early stage of this project as the main designer. My responsibility includes dealing with site + space planning and developing the design using digital building models. The project was on design development stage when I left the company in 2012. 18


roof renewables • rooftop garden

blocks + protrusions

first floor bedrooms • bathroom• study openings

ground floor main living area balconies + pool room

lower ground floor swimming pool

finishing + renewables

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perspective east-facing facade 20


perspective south-facing facade

perspective bird-eye view

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iLATAAJ

ANDORA HOTEL design competition - first winner commercial (hotel + car showroom) bengkulu, indonesia project year - 2011

Andorra Hotel is a competition-winning design made by ILATAAJ for private client in Bengkulu, Indonesia. The concept tries to expose the beautiful view of the city by orienting view from hotel rooms and public space towards it. The building is predominantly covered by transparent surface in order to open up the view towards all angles of the city. As part of design strategy to reduce cost and build time, most part of the building including hotel rooms and part of the structure system are designed as pre-fabricated elements. 22


rooftop spa • restaurant • rooftop garden

typical floor(s) hotel rooms

3rd floor assembly room

ground floor lobby • pool • showroom • hotel rooms

lower ground parking lot • service area

axonometric view of typical hotel room 23


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iLATAAJ

PAZIA EXPERIENCE SHOP interior design • commercial • retail + cafe plaza indonesia mall - jakarta, indonesia project year - 2010

playing with line and light The 600m2 project’s main issue is to create a high-end interior space that matches the visual quality of the displayed products. The challenge is addressed by using combination of linear lines and colour-changing LEDs as the main design feature. The lines, oriented diagonally from the site’s entrance, also help attract and direct the attention of passers-by towards the depth of the site; a solution for the relatively small site entrance. I joined the project team in the middle of design phase as designer, contributing ideas for space and furniture design of the project. My further appointment as project architect allowed me to gain valuable experience in dealing with design issues which arise during construction phase, as well as in maintaining communication and synergy between different parties involved in the realization of the project. 26


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KLIEN: PT. PAZIA PILLAR MERCYCOM

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section 02 Cashier

Kaca oleh PI Rolling Door - detail menyusul

Kolom eksisting F-09

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KLIEN: PT. PAZIA PILLAR MERCYCOM

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PROYEK: PAZIA @ PI

Kolom eksisting F-09 Bulkhead Signage; F-12

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iLATAAJ

BLITZ MEGAPLEX CINEMA interior design • commercial • cinema pacific place mall - jakarta, indonesia project year - 2010

a step to another realm The renovation project of 8-auditorium cinema in one of Indonesia’s biggest shopping malls is inspired by the world of digital sci-fi movies. It transforms the interior space into a futuristic environment through the use of grids, light and reflections, pulling the focus of movie viewers away from the bright and glamorous atmosphere of the shopping mall before entering the auditoriums. In this project, I was involved since the earliest phase of design, developing the design using sketches and digital models as well as producing working drawings + details. I was also responsible in maintaining built quality by representing the firm during construction phase as project architect. 32


doc. blitz megaplex

distraction & transition The design looks into the essence of a cinema’s reception and concession area as a ‘transition space’ for movie-viewers who come to watch their favourite movie. The design concept for this project treats the whole reception, concession, and corridor area of the cinema as a transition space, aimed to create a shocking change of environment that allows viewers to momentarily distract their attention from the outside world, before allowing their favourite movie to carry their attention away for the next few hours.

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THE EVERGREEN residential | commercial | public space bandung, indonesia parahyangan catholic university: undergraduate final project (2010) best design of the 14th studio akhir arsitektur awards from parahyangan university Mentor: Ir. Karyadi Kusliansjah, MT.

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in need for a breather Living in the middle of one of Bandung’s busiest business districts can be filled with mixed impression. The location offers easy access to local amenities and facilities, but it also means spending everyday life surrounded by the dark side of a developing metropolis’ face: traffic jam, noise, air quality, and one that is particularly prominent in this case: lack of open public space. The city’s rapid development rate, exacerbated by lack of attention from the local governments, has left it devoid of proper public space as most of the available open spaces around the area are inaccessible by public. The size of these spaces also pales in comparison to the vast, unsustainable landscape (buildings, asphalt roads, parking lots) filling the area. The Evergreen project is developed as a response to this issue by offering an integration of residential, commercial and social function, creating a place which improves the life quality of those living inside and around the site by integrating nature into their daily life.

neighbourhood

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trading

health

education


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rentable commercial space

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commercial zone

public facility

residential units

residential / semi-public zone

service zone / elevator

service zone / elevator

functions + zoning Private / public access and privacy are the main issues on creating a mixeduse building. Based on the site’s characteristic of having two separate access routes, the site is divided into two main zones. Commercial area is planned on the side facing Suniaraja St., one of the busiest street in Bandung. Meanwhile, the less noisy Stasiun Timur St. provides access to reach the residential area and its supporting facilities. 42

site + ground floor

second storey

• commercial / residential access separation • thin, separate masses provides better air circulation & daylight penetration • inner garden as outdoor gathering space

• jogging track, gym, swimming pool • semi-private access: only for apartment residents or subscribed members


residential units service zone / elevator

residential towers • semi-single corridor configuration for air circulation and daylight penetration • framing the inner garden - provides shading & protection from wind 43


12 GARDU PLN -0.30

RETAIL UNIT -2.10

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RETAIL UNIT -2.10 RETAIL UNIT -2.10

RETAIL UNIT -2.10

RETAIL UNIT -2.10

10

STORAGE -2.10

STORAGE -2.10

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RETAIL UNIT -2.10

SERVICE CORRIDOR -2.10

SERVICE AREA -3.50

PARKING AREA -2.275

MOTORCYCLE PARKING AREA -2.275

STORAGE -3.40

FIRE CONTROL ROOM -6.90

GROUND WATER RESERVOIR/ RAINWATER RESERVOIR -6.90

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6 PUMP ROOM -6.90

STORAGE -3.40

TOILET -3.50

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PARKING SPACE (35 CARS) -3.50

TO GROUND

C: CEILING

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STRUCTURE EXPOSED FIN. MATERIAL EXPOSED C 05 ELEVATOR -3.45

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DRIVERS' ROOM -6.90

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DRIVERS' WAITING ROOM -3.40

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STORAGE -6.90

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LOCKER ROOM -3.40

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LAUNDRY SERVICE -3.40

SUB-STATION & TRAVO ROOM -3.40

GENERATOR ROOM -3.40

EXHAUST FAN ROOM -6.90

BIOSEPTIC TANK ROOM -6.90

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HAIR SALON +4.95

STORAGE +4.95 RECEPTION DESK +4.90

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BAR +4.95

POOL FILTER ROOM +4.95

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CHANGING/ SHOWER ROOM +4.95

CORRIDOR +4.90

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SWIMMING POOL +4.80

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2 BEDROOMS UNIT +8.50

2 BEDROOMS UNIT +8.50

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2 BEDROOMS UNIT +8.50

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ROMAN TILE GLASS TURQUOISE 32.5 X 97.5 CM CONCRETE EXPOSED + WATERPROOFING WALLPAPER FINISHED ACCOUSTICAL PANEL FINISHED

CORRIDOR +8.45

SERVICE ROOM +8.45

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UNIT F 05 CERAMIC TILE 30 X 30 CM - INTERIOR 3 BEDS+ UNIT +8.50 +8.50 ACCOUSTICAL CARPET ( wool) F 07 PARQUET - JATOBA WOOD 14 X 180 X 2200 MM F 08 ROMAN TILE - MAHOGANY BEIGE 60X60 CM F 09 CERAMIC TILE 20 X 20 CM F 10 EXPOSED CONCRETE + WATERPROOFING + SCREED + EPOXY

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Technical Data: site area floor area ratio building coverage rate no. of levels no. of apartment units rentable commercial area

: 6552 m2 : 9014 m2 - 1.38 (max. 1.40) : 2698 m2 - 41% (max. 60%) :2+7 : 48 : 1562 m2

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open corridors

solar energy collector

water harvesting

fire, water, wind, earth The project integrates elements of nature with the occupants’ daily life. Photovoltaic panels collects energy from the sun to supply part of lighting electricity demand; open corridors allows better air circulation and daylight penetration; rain/waste water harvesting system supplies water for flushing toilet and watering the garden; vegetated surfaces provides oxygen and visual relaxation in the middle of a barren city centre. The concept tries to deliver an idea of how people can live alongside the nature, and how doing so can increase the quality of their life. 48

vegetated surface


bringing the green up For those living in a vertical housing complex, having a garden in their living perimeter might be considered a luxurious - if not impossible dream. The current market tends to overrate an apartment unit’s usable living area which leads to stacks of massive blocks of concrete and glass, devoid of vegetation. The Evergreen Project offers a strategy which allows every apartment unit owner to have space dedicated for vegetated open space. The garden functions as a visual relaxation spot for the unit occupants, minor oxygen production source, and it can slow down the rainwater flow.

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Employment Experience iLATAAJ Architects - architectural designer June 2010 - June 2012, Jakarta - Indonesa Wastu Cipta Parama Architects - internship designer June - August 2009, Bandung - Indonesia Tan Tik Lam Architects - internship designer June - August 2008, Bandung - Indonesia

Education University of Bath, Bath, UK MSc in Architectural Engineering: Environmental Design 2012 - 2013

Bakti Kawibawan architectural designer certified passivhaus consultant +62 859 6630 5670 bakti.kawibawan@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/in/bkawibawan

Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Bandung, Indonesia ST (BEng equivalent) in Architectural Engineering 2006 - 2010

Achievements Sustainable Retrofit Challenge 2013 by Cambridge University First winner - with team SEDT June 2013 Bengkulu Boutique Hotel Design Competition First winner - Andora Hotel with iLATAAJ 2011 Mall of Indonesia’s Lobby 7 Design Competition First winner - with iLATAAJ 2011 Studio Akhir Arsitektur Awards 14 by Universitas Katolik Parahyangan Best Design award - The Evergreen March 2010

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Reference Contacts Sukumar Natarajan, Dr. Director of Studies - MSc Environmental Design University of Bath Claverton Down - Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom s.natarajan@bath.ac.uk Andrew Tirta, ST., MArch. Director of ILATAAJ Architects +62 819 798 8880 atirta@ilataaj.com www.ilataaj.com Karyadi Kusliansjah, Ir., MT., IAI lecturer at Department of Architecture Parahyangan Catholic University Ciumbuleuit no. 94, Bandung 40141 Indonesia +62 22 2032655 ext. 114 fykaryadi@yahoo.co.id 53


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Architecture Portfolio | Bakti Kawibawan | 2014  
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