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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE // ARCHITECTURE SELECTED WORKS 2008-2016

LAURA

RULIANTO

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LAURA RULIANTO Contact

annalaura@connect.hku.hk +852 61500355

Portfolio

http://issuu.com/chanielle

Laura is passionate about art, architecture, and landscape architecture. She believes that the integration of these fields can be so powerful in shaping cities and people’s lives. A harmonious blend of these could bring a whole new level of experience and excitement to people as they engage with the space. Over the past 8 years of architectural education and practices, Laura has been working on various project scales and types. She has ongoing interest in material exploration and fabrication techniques, on how they can have meaningful and sustainable impacts on design and architecture. She is looking forward to sharing her ideas, skills, & growth in these fields and eager to discover new things along the journey.

EDUCATION 2014 — 2016

Master of Landscape Architecture The University of Hong Kong

2008 — 2012

Bachelor of Architecture Petra Christian University, Indonesia GPA 3.67 / 4.00

RECOGNITIONS

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2009

3rd Prize of Productive & Energy Conserved House Design Competition Regional contest - Awarded by Indonesian Institute of Architect

2006

3rd Prize of Architectural Sketch Competition Local contest - Awarded by Sepuluh November Institute of Technology


LANGUAGE SKILLS

SKILLS 01 Computer

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Rhinoceros Grasshopper SketchUp AutoCad Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Ecotect ArcGIS Lumion Rhino & SketchUp Vray iMovie Mac & Windows Platforms

Physical modelling Conceptual sketching Hand drafting Photo montaging

ENGLISH Advanced level

INDONESIAN Native speaker

WORK EXPERIENCE March 2013 — June 2014

Junior Architect (Full time) BGNR Architects, Indonesia Contributed in the design of Nusa Dua Villa & Apartment, Omah Telu Resort, Uluwatu Villa, Embong Tanjung Hotel, Benoa Hotel, Cleo Hotel, Tidar Office, French Restaurant, Perbanas Campus, Wijaya Kusuma Campus, Trawas Hill Villa, Senggigi Hotel, and many private villas / residences.

August 2012 — June 2014

Architect (Part time) Freelance Designed several private residences

August — December 2012

Architectural Drafter (Part time) Petra Christian University, Indonesia Drafted M&E drawings of the campus

August — December 2012

Assistant lecturer of Architectural Visual Presentation Class (Part time) Petra Christian University, Indonesia Prepared and hosted tutorial lectures

July — September 2011

Architect intern (Full time) Dpavilion Architects, Indonesia Contributed in the design of Jawa Timur Park & Villas

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Gili Trawangan

Trawas Bali

Surabaya

INA

Myeik

HKG

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Yangon

Guiyu

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CONTENTS


A BAY IN EQUIPOISE

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THE STRAND GATEWAY PARK

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. RESEARCH / DESIGN

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ECO INDUSTRIAL PARK 3.0 WALKABLE SAI YING PUN GREEN TESSELLATION

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THE RAIN RING

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. FABRICATION

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WOODEN PAVILION

. VISUALIZATION

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CONNECTING THE FRAGMENTS SPACE DECONSTRUCTION

UI ON LANE, HONG KONG

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NUSA DUA VILLAS & APARTMENT

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OMAH TELU BEACHFRONT RESORT

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. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

TROPICAL BACK YARD

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

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VIDEO EDITING

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BALI, INDONESIA

GILI TRAWANGAN, INDONESIA

BALI, INDONESIA

BALI, INDONESIA

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TRAWAS, INDONESIA

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING

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SURABAYA, INDONESIA

ULUWATU COMMUNAL PARK

SEA SUITES HOTEL

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MYEIK, MYANMAR

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ABSTRACT / GLACIER

GLOBAL

TRAWAS HILL VILLA

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HONG KONG

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ATLAS OF CLOUD

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SAI YING PUN, HONG KONG

ROBOTIC IN ARCHITECTURE

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GUIYU, CHINA

YANGON, MYANMAR

BEYOND THE SURFACES

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YANGON, MYANMAR

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BALI, INDONESIA

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A BAY IN EQUIPOISE

A STRATEGY TO BALANCE DEVELOPMENT AND NATURAL PROCESS IN BENOA BAY, BALI Academic work HKU Location Benoa, Bali, Indonesia Tutor Scott Jennings Melbourne Project type Research / Strategic design

Benoa is a shallow intertidal bay located at the southern part of Bali, Indonesia, on the seashore of Indian Ocean. Besides its strategic location, the bay has a rich ecosystem and is a place for diverse activities and infrastructures. It has recently been a subject undergoing intense study in Indonesia because of its high environmental problems and social conflicts. Current bay condition shows the imbalance state of development and natural process. Researches showed a huge increase rate of sedimentation at the bay. The bay sedimentation is already too much right now that the bay is not effective for many activities. Most of the severe bay sedimentation is a result of surrounding human interventions that underestimate the importance of preserving the nature. If this continues, the surrounding ecosystem, community, and economy could be terribly affected. More mangroves, sea grass, and corals would die; locals would lose their jobs; water tourism would also be gone. I believe that now it is crucial to think of how to balance the bay in order to maintain the environmental sustainability. Development should be focused not only on accelerating the economic growth but more importantly also on environmental sustainability in which human can get the benefits in the long term. This proposal offers some strategies to create a healthier and more balanced bay that can be a valuable asset to strengthen the surrounding tourism and economy in the future. Healthier bay creates healthier ecosystem. The locals will be among the very firsts to experience the benefit of the healthy bay as many of them work in the water-related industry, such us water tourism and fishery. One important approach to realizing a healtier and balanced bay is by reducing the bay sedimentation rate. In this thesis, all the possible sedimentation sources from surrounding land and water areas will be studied so that specific landscape strategies based on the area characteristics could be synthesized.

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POSITIONING & SPECULATION

SEDIMENTATION | CREATING NEW LANDS

IF WE DO NOTHING

SEDIMENTATION | BLOCKING WATERWAY

THE SEDIMENTATION IS GETTING WORSE BECAUSE OF SURROUNDING CONSTRUCTION, DEVELOPMENT, AND RECLAMATIONS. PEOPLE SAID THAT BEFORE IN AN AREA THE SEDIMENT WAS ONLY 10 CM THICK, NOW IT IS 50 CM THICK. THEN, MANY PARTS OF THE BAY COULD BECOME NEW LANDS IN THE FUTURE..

SEDIMENTATION | DESTROYING HABITAT

AS THE BAY IS SEMIDIURNAL, IT HAS 2 HIGH TIDES AND LOW TIDES A DAY. THE BAY WATER IS ONLY EFFECTIVE FOR FISHING AND OTHER WATER ACTIVITIES FOR 4 HOURS A DAY. DURING LOW TIDES, THE BOATS CANNOT MOVE BECAUSE OF THE SEDIMENTS. THE EFFECTIVE AREAS FOR WATER TOURISM AND FISHERMEN ARE GETTING SMALLER DAY BY DAY. IN THE FUTURE, THERE WILL BE LESS WATER TOURISM AND FISHERY INSIDE THE BAY.

SEDIMENTATION | BLOCKING SUNLIGHT

MORE MANGROVES WILL DIE BECAUSE OF LACK OF WATER AS SOME WATERWAYS ARE BLOCKED BY SEDIMENTS. IT IS HARD FOR THE SEAWATER TO REACH THE MANGROVES. THE SEDIMENTS ALSO COVER THE MANGROVE’S ROOTS, MAKING THEM DYING. THE MANGROVES HERE HAVE SIGNIFICANT ROLE: TO PREVENT COASTAL EROSION AND FILTER THE WATER. IN THE FUTURE, THE MANGROVES, CORALS, AND SEA GRASS COULD ALL BE DISAPPEARED.

THE SEDIMENTS ALSO BLOCK THE SUNLIGHT. THIS, IN FACT, AFFECTS THE SEA GRASS. IF THERE IS NO SEA GRASS, THERE WILL BE LESS FOOD FOR THE SEA BIOTA. THE NUMBER OF FISHES, SHRIMPS, AND SEASHELLS WILL DECREASE AND THE FISHERMEN NEED TO CHANGE THEIR JOBS.

LONG-TERM COMMITMENT

DESTROYED ECOSYSTEM IN THE MATERIAL SOURCE AREA

IF WE RECLAIM THE BAY

THE PROCESS OF TAKING MATERIAL FOR RECLAMATION FROM THE SEA MAY SERIOUSLY AFFECT THE WATER ECOSYSTEM THERE. THIS WILL ALSO INFLUENCE THE SURROUNDING LOCALS WHO DEPEND THEIR LIVES ON IT.

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PRESENT

FUTURE

THE FACT THAT THE ENTIRE WATER CANALS REQUIRE TO BE DREDGED PERIODICALLY IS A BIG LONG-TERM COMMITMENT FOR THE GOVERNMENT AND INVESTOR. THE HIGH COST AND EFFORT OF DREDGING MAKES IT AS NOT A VERY SUSTAINABLE OPTION.


BAY WATER QUALITY

mean low water spring +0.23

TIDAL LEVEL

mean sea level +1.30

mean high water spring +2.41

WEATHER & TIDAL DATA

TIDAL LEVEL STUDY MODELS

GENERAL STRATEGY BADUNG RIVER WATERSHED ( 5582 Ha )

MATI RIVER WATERSHED ( 3409 Ha )

NGURAH

RAI

high bay sedimentation because of urbanisation and agricultural practice in the watershed

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PASS

MANGROVE

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TURTLE ISLAND

MATI RIVER DELTA BADUNG ESTURAY DAM

COMMERCIAL AREA

MANGROVE CENTER

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LOCAL WATER COMPANY

PERENNIAL RIVER DELTA

MANGROVE

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TURTLE ISLAND

SITE 4

ECO PARK

CORAL REEF

UNFINISHED LAND RECLAMATION

BENOA PORT

CUT SLOW

UNFINISHED RECLAMATION ( ABANDONED )

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NATURAL FLOW SEVERE SEDIMENTATION

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SITE 3

PUDUT ISLAND

PUDUT ISLAND

FISHERMEN VILLAGE

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TUBAN WATERSHED ( 798 Ha )

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CORAL REEF

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BENOA PENINSULA

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high bay sedimentation because of eroded material from coastal erosion

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INTERMITTEN RIVER SEAGRASS

BY PASS NGURAH RAI

AIRPORT

high bay sedimentation because of material deposition from past reclamation and waterflow blockage as a result of narrowing the channel

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SAMA RIVER DELTA

LOCAL VILLAGE

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high bay sedimentation because of suddenSAMA water movement RIVER during rainy season & WATERSHED ( 2390 Ha ) easily eroded soil type in the watershed

GENERAL STRATEGY TO BALANCE THE BAY : 50 BUALU RIVER WATERSHED ( 961 Ha )

NUSA DUA

1. CREATE SEDIMENT CATCHMENT & STRATEGICALLY DREDGE ON CRUCIAL DELTA POINTS 2. REDUCE SOIL EROSION FROM UPHILL 3. REDUCE COASTAL EROSION AROUND BAY MOUTH 4. WIDEN THE BAY MOUTH TO SLOW DOWN THE WATER

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MATI WATERSHED | STRATEGIC DREDGING

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DESIGN TACTICS As the site is located in a river delta that brings a huge amount of water and sediments everyday, it is necessary that the design proposed here can filter the sediments without blocking the water flow. The yearly amount of sediment from Mati watershed was calculated to know how big the sediment basin should be. The result was 37345 m3 which most are gravels. One year period was chosen considering the basin volume needed and the dredging cost. A moving device will be installed at the basin to clean the sediment. Because the size of gravel is not so small, it is possible to capture and sweep it by this device. Every year, the device will sweep the sediment from sediment basin to the catchment so that it can be easily dredged. The strategic dredging idea offers efficiency in dredging, as it will only happen at the catchment pond, not the whole basin. The basin was designed to be wider at the part that is closer to the bay so that the sediment and water flow can be directed more to the bay. 10


1 year amount of sediments = +/- 37345 m3

TO BE DREDGED

SWEEPING DEVICE annual, automatic

CATCHMENT POND

STRATEGY

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SAMA WATERSHED | LIVING BARRIER

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DESIGN TACTICS Living barrier is actually a planting strategy; it has 2 major ideas: Firstly, plant a mixed plantation along the contour line. There will be different proportion of yearly trees and seasonal trees according to the slope gradient. The steeper the slopes are, the more yearly trees should be planted. Some trees that are suitable for the site context are Teak, Mahogany, Sonokeling, Sandalwood, Mango, Durian, Petai, Candlenut, and Melinjo. Secondly, we can plant Vetiver grass along the contour lines in the steep slopes. The steeper the slopes are, the denser the grass should be. For area that has gradient more than 25%, it is necessary to add a ditch after the grass to help to slow down the water during rainy season.

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STRATEGY

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BUALU WATERSHED | COASTAL PROTECTION AND ISLAND RESTORATION

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DESIGN TACTICS A coastal protection for Pudut island is needed so that it won’t be severly eroded anymore in the future. As there is a strong tidal current that erodes the land at the western side of Pudut island, the strategy here is to build breakwaters. There can be two stripes of breakwater; one is to protect the island from the highest tide, another from the high water spring. The area between these breakwaters will be filled with calmer water. This area provides opportunity for habitat growth such us sea grass and mangroves as well as eco tourism and fishing. As the area in between still has water, the fishermen and tourism boats can go through it. For the breakwater material, we can use tetrapod as it is easy to be constructed and has many gaps between every piece. The gap will be filled with water and can be the habitat for small fishes. Another idea here is to restore this island to be close to its original size in the past. The design is similar to that in the western side; the difference is just the tetrapod should be pilled up to mean low water. As the water comes in, it brings some sediment. This sediment will be trapped in the space, build up over time, and extend the island. This idea can be repeated several phases until we reach the desired area for the island restoration. 14


STRATEGY

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Pudut Island

Pudut Island


TURTLE ISLAND | SEDIMENT FLUSHING

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LITTLE CUT SEAWALLS

DESIGN TACTICS Turtle Island reclamation has terrible impact to the surrounding areas; it narrowed the bay mouth, changed the tidal current, and blocked water flow. As the land reclamation near Benoa bay mouth is still not done, we can simply cut the seawalls to let water comes in and flushes the sediment at the western part of the island. There is a high sedimentation there as the reclaimed land block the water flow. By cutting these seawalls, we can also reduce the tidal force and minimize surrounding coastal erosion. As cutting seawalls also can be a hard work, we can have 2 kinds of cutting; first, just cut a little that it is enough to let water comes in. Second, cut the whole of the walls, especially on the area that has high sedimentation so we can flush it out. The area inside those walls will have unique habitat characteristic as it is half-enclosed and occupied by some sea grass and corals. In the future, this can be developed more to be an interesting tourism destination. 16

100 % DEMOLISHED SEAWALLS


STRATEGY

PARTLY ENCLOSED ENVIRONMENT

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THE STRAND GATEWAY PARK

TRANSFORMING THE FACE OF DOWNTOWN YANGON

BO AUNG KYAW ST.

THEIN PHYU RD.

Academic work HKU Location Yangon, Myanmar Tutor Ivan Valin Project type Urban | Ecology | Public Space

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Yangon is a city that really struggles with water. During the tropical monsoons, rain is frequent and heavy, and parts of the city are overwhelmed with problems of drainage. It is a humid and hot climate; visitors struggle for much of the year to be outside for long. Yangon River and its nearby tributaries are muddy and polluted. The site is located on Strand Road, a major road in downtown Yangon which runs parallel to Yangon River. The proposal acts as a ‘gateway’ to the green corridor in the big masterplan. It provides better river-downtown connection, urban edge improvement, stormwater management, temperature cooling, and space activation / enhancement for the city. 19


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acrylic / MDF / paper board

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EXHIBITIONS GALLERY

41st st. bogalay zay st.

strand road

specialty soil

bo aung kyaw st.

irigation

water collection

to river

water collection 3654 m3

distributed for irigation

discharged to river

Bogalay Zay St.

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Strand Road

rain garden

specialty soil to filter & absorb stormwater

42nd st.

43rd st. bogalay zay st.

water collection 1703 m3

rain garden

specialty soil to filter & absorb stormwater

distributed for irigation

discharged to river

44th st.

street food

thein phyu road

water collection 3962 m3


SITTING AREA

OPEN THEATER

exhibition gallery

sitting area

theater

viewing dock pier

wetland glass wall

distributed for irigation

discharged to river

The Park

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ECO INDUSTRIAL PARK 3.0 SHARED RESOURCES, SHARED VALUES, SHARED BENEFITS Academic work HKU Location Guiyu, China Tutor Dorothy Tang, Bin Jiang Project type Industrial | Planning

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These past years, China government law according to e-waste importing and recycling industry became much stricter than before. Banning the e-waste recycling business is not the answer as it just direct the e-waste to other e-waste recycling countries with less strict law such us Africa and India. Hence, the existence of Guiyu e-waste recycling is very important, not only for China, but also for the world. Compare to the informal recycling business, the formal workshops (Guiyu Industrial Park) is better in most cases such as size of polluted area, number of people affected / direct contact with ewaste, recycling eficiency, sewage treatment system, designated dumping site. However, in other areas, the differences are still not so much. I believe we could bring the industrial park to a next level through a new masterplan based on the attached parameters that could solve the major problems in the park. There are two major problems in the industrial park. Firstly, the cost and profit of the workshop. The rent price is too high that only big scale - workshops can afford to rent it. In fact, there are many small scale e-waste recycling business too in Guiyu. These workshops could not enter industrial park as they have small profit. On the other side, the high rent price of the park is related to the cost of the sustainable recycling equipments and the sewage treatment plants that are not cheap. This, in fact, raises us a question of how to create a system that could raise more profit in the industrial park so that all workshops around the villages are capable to move into industrial park. Secondly, the poor working environment and labour facilities in the industrial park. The current building ventilation system and masterplan design is not effective in term of directing the air flow. The polluted air from inside workshops can’t escape. There are many e-waste stored and dumped everywhere as the designated areas are too far from the workshops. The workers don’t have a rest area for them to have lunch and rest in a safe environment. These could bring unhealthy condition to the workers. The goal of this project is to offer a better masterplan of industrial park that could attract the informal workshops ( both small and big scale ) to move into industrial park and provide healthier working environment / community for the people. 25


Separate industrial & public entrance

Create wind corridor

Industrial Park stage 1&2

Arrange circulation & hamlets

MASTERPLAN

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= 278300 USD = 7730.5 USD x 36 months = 49243.6 RMB x 36 months

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= 1621500 USD = 135125 USD x 12 months = 860746.25 RMB x 12 months

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= 162150 USD = 6756.25 USD x 24 months = 43037.3 RMB x 24 months

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= 150650 USD = 6277.08 USD x 24 months = 39985 RMB x 24 months

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WALKABLE SAI YING PUN MORE HEAVEN, LESS HELL

Academic work HKU Location Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Tutor Gavin Coates Project type Planting / street design

In this road greening masterplan in Sai Ying Pun, there are 3 roads chosen to be redesigned; Des Voeux Road West, Ko Shing Street, and Queen’s Road West. The existing road greening condition now is considered poor as there are only very few trees planted. This is because there are not many spaces left for greening. The roads are surrounded by tall buildings, very crowded and compact. People need more air, more space, and more greeneries between those buildings. Road pedestrianization is also one good choice as it can provide people those values. By pedestrianising the roads, we can gain more spaces for greening, which could lead to a more sustainable city and life. Soft scape is used as important design tool to make the roads more walkable and enjoyable. Each of the roads has special history / characterisctic. Based on these local characteristics, the greening themes was derived. Specific plant species are choosen for each particular street to create special atmosphere. The pavements & planting moduls are designed to emphasize & encourage movement to people, by the ‘dynamic- flowing’ curved lines & shapes. The design acts as a modul that can be repeated several times along the road with some adjustments according to the site context.

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DES VOEUX ROAD WEST The dried seafood road

This street is widely known as the dried seafood street. Walking here, we can find many dried seafood stores on both sides of the road. Palm trees are the major plant species here, as it can give sea atmosphere. Different color of ornamental shrubs are planted on the side of the road.

KO SHING STREET The Chinese medicine street

Ko Shing Street is a Chinese medicine street. Most people go here to buy ginseng / bird nest. Bamboo was choosen as a dominant tree species here to create a Chinese atmosphere. In addition, red flower-shrubs are also planted on the plant boxes.

QUEEN’S ROAD WEST HK’s first road built

Queen’s road is the first road to be built in Hong Kong. As a part of Queen’s road, Queen’s Road West carry a lot of historical value to Hong Kong. Therefor, here, many Hong Kong Orchid - Bauhinia Blakeana are planted on the side of the road. Pink-Purplish flower shrubs and other HK common plants are also planted to accompany the Bauhinia.

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Phoenix roebelenii

Ophiopogon Japonica ‘Nana‘

Ophiopogon Jaburan

Strelitzea reginae Asparagus densiflorsus ‘Sprengeri‘

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Roystonea regia

DES VOEUX ROAD WEST

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MAJOR PLANTS

Roystonea regia

TRANSECT Plumeria rubra

Raphis excelsa

Ficus pumila

Cotinus coggygria

Roystonea regia

Phoenix roebelenii

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Ophiopogon japonica ‘Nana’

Phyllostachys aurea

Russelia equisetiformis

Bambusa multiplex

Ixora chinensis

Ficus microcarpa ‘Golden leaves‘

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Bambusa multiplex

KO SHING STREET

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MAJOR PLANTS

Bambusa multiplex

TRANSECT Calliandra haematophala

Asparagus densiflorsus ‘Sprengeri‘

Phyllostachys aurea

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Asparagus densiflorsus ‘Sprengeri‘

Bauhinia blakeana

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Liquidambar formosana

QUEEN’S ROAD WEST

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MAJOR PLANTS

Bauhinia blakeana

TRANSECT Zephyranthes grandiflora

Osmanthus fragrans

Camelia japonica

Rhododendron pulchrum

Bauhinia blakeana

Terminalia mantaly

Liquidambar formosana

Terminalia mantaly

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GREEN TESSELLATION Academic work HKU Tutor Otto Ng, Scott Jennings Melbourne Project type Parametric | Fabrication | Landform Material Acrylic, plywood, MDF

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Diamond grid

Lofted to a point

Smoothen all edges

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THE RAIN RING Academic work HKU Location Yangon, Myanmar Tutor Ivan Valin Project type Installation | Wind + Water

This is a water device in the climatic situation of rain and humidity. The device transforms water from “everywhere” to “somewhere”. When there is rain and wind, the device will turn and direct the rain water that poured onto the device to a specific area below according to the wind angle and speed. When there is just rain, the water will fall equally onto the area surround the ring. People can observe and experience this from both the inner platform and outer path.

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ROBOTIC IN ARCHITECTURE RECIPROCAL TIMBER STRUCTURE

Summer Workshop HKU Location Hong Kong Tutor Christian J. Lange, Donn Holohan Project type Parametric | Fabrication | Tower Team Laura Rulianto, Chan Hong Wan Aaron

This workshop focused on traditional techniques of timber construction and was a first test for a novel production method with robotic aid in HKU. The relationship between material, geometry, computation and robotic fabrication was investigated through the design and making of a prototypical structure. The workshop comprised of a research component on traditional timber material systems, a series of exercises on computational design and robotic fabrication techniques and culminated in the construction of a 1:1 scale architectural intervention. The project took on the typology of the tower as a point of departure to study the potential of low energy timber construction systems in conjunction with robotic fabrication.

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WOODEN PAVILION Academic work HKU Tutor Otto Ng, Scott Jennings Melbourne Project type Tessellation | Fabrication Material Plywood, acrylic, paper board

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BEYOND THE SURFACE SITE TRANSLATIONS & INTERVENTIONS Academic work HKU Location Abstract / Glacier Tutor Seth Denizen Project type Landform | Fabrication

LAMINATE

This topographic map is an abstracted, derivative drawing. Departing from the ubiquitous “pancake� model, this existing abstraction was interpreted to generate models that go beyond reproducing the topographic map toward the rigorous translation and fabrication of the surfaces, forms, and substrates The next step would further develop constructed interpretations of the initial topographic maps, introducing concepts of terrain manipulation (subtraction) and structural augmentation of site (addition). The exercise explored themes of abstraction and generation as a continuous, reciprocal practices of a dynamic site.

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ice caves and mountains

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SCRAPE, CUT, & FRAMES

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ATLAS OF CLOUD SITE TRANSLATIONS & INTERVENTIONS Academic work HKU Location Global Tutor Seth Denizen Project type Data Visualization

Clouds are classified using a Latin “Linnean” system based on genus and species, originally developed by Luke Howard, an amateur meteorologist and Quaker in 1802. The modern classification scheme is based on Howard’s system and is detailed in The International Cloud Atlas, published by the World Meteorological Organization since 1896. In addition to standardizing the genus-species system, the WMO also classified clouds by altitude and divided the troposphere into 3 levels: low-level Clouds: < 6,500 ft, mid-level Clouds: 6,500 to 23,000 ft, and high-level Clouds: 16,500 to 45,000 ft. Data source: http://nenes.eas.gatech.edu/Cloud/Clouds.pdf https://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov

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CONNECTING THE FRAGMENTS BIOLOGICAL CORRIDOR ACROSS MYEIK - MAW DAUNG PASS Academic work HKU Location Myeik, Myanmar Tutor Ashley Scott Kelly Project type Data Visualization | Research

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Connecting the fragmented forest • This drawing shows 3 potential sites where the future biological corridor can be implemented. The 3 sites are under high treath of biodiversity lost because of the forest fragmentations along the highway. • The three sites located close to 2 national park ( Kuiburi, Thailand and Lenya, Myanmar ) which are protected areas and homes to big population of elephants and gaurs. • The development of the highway creates huge benefit for human as it makes possible for them to extend their activities beyond the forest boundaries. This, in fact, creates destruction to the biodiversity of the site as it develops human - nature conflicts and fragments the habitats. 54

Lenya National Park


HOW MYEIK - MAW DAUNG CORRIDOR IMPACTS NATURE ( LAND USE CHANGES FROM 2013 TO 2015 ) Scale (A1) = 1:100,000 Source data adapted from: Google Earth Pro ASTER GDEM version 2.0 http://reverb.echo.nasa.gov/ reverb/ Hansen, M. C., P. V. Potapov, R. Moore, M.Hancher, S. A. Turubanova, A. Tyukavina, D. Thau, S. V. Stehman, S. J. Goetz, T. R. Loveland, A. Kommareddy, A. Egorov, L. Chini, C. O. Justice, and J. R. G. Town shend. 2013. “High-Reso lution Global Maps of 21st-Cen tury Forest Cover Change.” Science 342 (15 November): 850–53. Data available on-line from: http://earthenginepart ners.appspot.com/ sci ence-2013-global-forest. Protectedplanet.net,. (2015). Protected Planet. Retrieved 20 December 2015, from http://www.protect edplanet.net

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SPACE DECONSTRUCTION Academic work HKU Location Ui On Lane, Hong Kong Tutor Seth Denizen Project type Analytical Drawings

PRINCIPAL COMPOSITE DRAWING

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FREE VARIATION ON SCHEMA (Line Dominant)

FREE VARIATION ON SCHEMA (Texture Dominant)

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TROPICAL BACKYARD Personal professional work Location Surabaya, Indonesia Project type Residential

KEYPLAN

BACKYARD

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NUSA DUA VILLAS & APARTMENT Professional work BGNR Architects Location Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia Project type Hospitality Contributed in concept development, masterplan, 2D-3D design, facade design, landscape design

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nusa Dua Villas & Apartmentâ&#x20AC;? was one of the ambitious projects in our office. It was designed especially for those who dream to have a luxurious private escape in Bali. Its facades have a modern tropical design to suit the upper class tourists. The site is strategically located on a hill that has a majestic ocean view in Nusa Dua Island Bali. The fact that the site is a steep slope is actually an advantage which made us able to arrange the villas and apartment like a stair to get maximum ocean view for each room. This allows us to avoid blocked view from the front masses. The project consists of a lobby-restaurant at the front, villas in the middle, and an apartment at the back. We put the apartment at the back as it was the tallest building in the site. To create a cool and shady atmosphere, we put pools and gardens not only on the ground, but also in the building. Every villa has a private swimming pool on the first floor and a reflecting pool on the second floor. There are public swimming pools too at the center of the site and on the ground floor of the apartment. The guests access road is at the center while service and golf car road is at the right edge of the site. We also tried to use natural material such us wood and stone as the finishing material for our building and planted a lot of trees everywhere to blend it more with the nature.

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OMAH TELU BEACHFRONT RESORT Professional work BGNR Architects Location Gili Trawangan, Indonesia Project type Hospitality Contributed in concept development, masterplan, building/facade/landscape design of 3 entrance buildings and the hotel, perspective renderings

Omah Telu is a beachfront resort in Gili Trawangan which features many facilities such us hotel, lagoon villas, floating villas, swimming pools, spa, gym, bar, cafe, restaurant, and a scuba diving training pool. With the beautiful sceneries and tropical resort design, the resort is like a true paradise for tourists. The site is located in Gili Trawangan Island, a small island in West Lombok. The area is still natural and peaceful. The water is so clear that you can see the colorful coral reef. No motorised vehicle is allowed on the island. To travel, we have to use bicycles or cidomos (local small horse-drawn carriages). We tried to design a resort that used all the potency of the site without bringing harm to the nature. We only used selected local natural material to build the buildings to maintain the natural atmosphere. The name “Omah Telu” actually means “Three Houses” in Lombok and Java language. The 3 buildings in the entrance area (lobby, lounge, and restaurant) were designed as the icon of Omah Telu. We designed them like omah (house) so the guests could feel this place like their second home. The entrance of the resort was designed to be dramatic by the use of pool, water plants, and lights. Right after you enter the lobby, you can see the long relaxing hotel swimming pool. To create a magnificent and solid look, the first floor of the hotel was covered with stone and the second was with wood. Each lagoon villas was designed to have a direct access to the lagoon while the floating villas were placed above the clear blue sea. The roof design was inspired by the roof of Timor House which is tall and made from alang-alang ( bladygrass ). We planted palm trees along the beach to direct guests from the entrance.

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ULUWATU COMMUNAL PARK Professional work BGNR Architects Location Pecatu, Bali, Indonesia Project type Residential / Hospitality Contributed in park design

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Uluwatu Villa has a very strategic location in Tegu Dewi, Pecatu, Bali. It has an easy access from Denpasar with the new Bali Mandara highway toll and is surrounded by many public facilities such us parks minimarkets, and restaurants. It is a profitable choice both for investment and living / working. This communal park was exclusively designed for the residents of Uluwatu Villa. It is equipped with a swimming pool and a cozy tropical park. While the visitors swimming or relaxing at the park, they could enjoy the sound of water from the artificial waterfall and the green atmosphere.

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TRAWAS HILL VILLA Professional work BGNR Architects Location Trawas, Indonesia Project type Residential Contributed in concept development, 2D-3D design, facade design

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Trawas Hill Villa was my first project in the office. It was the clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wish to have a peaceful villa on the hill where his family could gather and relax together. Located in a really nice location with beautiful mountain panorama, clean air, and natural environment, the villa should maximize the site potential. This villla has 5 bedrooms; one is on the first floor and the others are in the second. The first floor will be primarily used for gathering space while the second for resting. Rooms in the first floor have direct access to the garden and swimming pool while those in the second have continous balcony to enjoy the scenery. As the villa is on a cool hill, we can minimize the use of air conditioners by adding wider openings. The facade was designed to have harmonious blend with the nature with modern tropical style. It used natural material such us wood and stone as its cladding. In addition, tropical plants such us Plumeria, Saman (Rain) Tree, Thunbergia, and Rain Lilies will be planted in the garden.

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SEA SUITES HOTEL Professional work BGNR Architects Location Benoa, Bali, Indonesia Project type Hospitality Contributed in facade design, outdoor space design

Sea Suites Hotel is a seaside hotel located in Tanjung Benoa, Bali. Many tourists specially come to Benoa to do watersports and other outdoor activities since the beach has tame currents and perfect waves. This makes a very good opportunity for hotel business as there are a high demand of hotel rooms. This hotel was designed to have a very modem, attractive, and cheerful look in order to appeal the tourists. Bright colors, such us red and green, were choosen to be the color accents. The front facade uses pervorated cooper as its cladding. The first floor was designed to have a passive cooling by maximizing its openings. By doing this, the guests could completely enjoy the natural breeze and the beautiful panorama. The second - fourth floors are typical hotel room floors; each room at the left-right of the hotel has a balcony for viewing the scenery while rooms at the back which are directly facing the sea only have windows. There is a long straight pathway to the beach at the back of the hotel. In order to make a more dramatic scene and direct the visitors when the dark comes, we put some candles in the glasses on the edge of the pathway. There are two outdoor swimming pools at the backyard; one is next to the beach and the other is in the middle of the yard. The one in the middle was designed for those who want more privacy. We planned to plant some palm trees and tropical plants in the yard to create green shady scenes. Visitors could also enjoy the relaxing atmosphere by sitting at the back lounge, looking at the waves, and ordering some drinks from the bar.

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ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AS BUILT DRAWING

Personal professional work Petra Christian University Location Surabaya, Indonesia Project type Education

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GRAPHIC DESIGN Personal professional work Bewatch.Idn Location Surabaya, Indonesia

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VIDEO EDITING Personal professional work Bright Internships Location Surabaya, Indonesia

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