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Davin G. Lineker 11-12-97, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Jalan Cisitu Indah V no. 8, Coblong, Bandung, West Java.

(+62) 81316557597

davingerylineker@gmail.com

Hello, my name is Davin and now I am on my final year as Architecture Undergraduate student at Institut Teknologi Bandung. I believe contextual approach is important to make appropriate architecture. I often see myself as a curious individual, determined, and also enjoying architecture research, particularly in social housing design, being in a group discussion, and watching animal facts on YouTube.

EDUCATION

Undergraduate Architecture Student 2015 - present Institut Teknologi Bandung (GPA: 3.54/4.00, 135 Credit Hours)

SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY

Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Autodesk AutoCAD Autodesk Revit Microsoft Office SketchUp

HAND-ON SKILL

Hand-drawing Model making

INTEREST

Architecture Participatory Design Social Housing Design/Research

INTERNSHIP

Project Division Intern May 2018 - August 2018 Springhill Group, Kemayoran, Jakarta assissting junior architect in double-checked the forcon-shopdrawing, designing apartment fence, field observating and measuring, and quality checking.


ORGANIZATION EXPERIENCES

Student Representative Board

Head of Procession and Performing

2018 - 2019

Acts Division

IMA-G ITB

2016

System Advancement Commission

IMA-G ITB Graduation Ceremony

Head of Fundraising Division

Basic Physics Laboratory Assistant

2018

2016

IMA-G ITB Cader Recruitment

Basic Physics Laboratory ITB

Mentor Division Member 2017 ITB Major Orientation Event

COMPETITIONS

Participant

Participant

2019

2018

FuturArc Prize 2019 Competition

Sepekan Arsitektur UAJY: A Collaborative Space

Top 10

4th Place

2018

2017

Petrolida 2018: Oil Rig Design Competi-

Archevent UNS: Urban Resistance and

tion

Reconciliation

Participant

Participant

2018

2017

Architecture Festival Petra: Contextual

AFAIR UI: Lost and Found

Micro Space PUBLICATIONS

“Good Stories, Big Ideas� sebagai Cara Berpikir Desain Firma Arsitektur Gensler Prosiding Temu Ilmiah IPLBI 2017. Universitas Malikussaleh Lhoksemauwe, October 2017. with Keshia Simatupang, Ahmad Aufa Adyancha, and Faradillah Hillman Supervised by Dr. Agus S. Ekomadyo, S.T., M.T. Spatial Utilization based on Transformable Architecture from Peri-urban Housing Concept Co-living in Rancaekek, Bandung The 4th International Conference Planning in The Era of Uncertainty (ICPEU) with Aliefianto Nandya Saputra, Haidar El Haq Hibaturrahim, and Devi Kava Nilla Supervised by Dr. Agus S. Ekomadyo, S.T., M.T. and Ramalis Sobandi P.


Contents | Selected Works 2017-2018


seQuence an innovation hub for governments, communities, and students

Dari, Oleh, Untuk a microhouse for low income in Tamansari, Bandung

A Cure for the Future a contextual microspace for children from different class group

The Formation a mix use building in Bandung that promotes permeability

Other works handdrawing and model making


seQuence | Innovation Hub 3rd Year Studio Project Mentor: Ir. Budi Rijanto Location: Jalan Setra Sari, Bandung, Indonesia


Ideation Testing

3rd Floor

Observing and Questioning

Prototyping

2nd Floor

Ground Floor

The Issue

Design Concepts

In these days, in the midst of grow-

Discussing and innovating can be translated into four* steps of thinking, which is:

ing start-ups or similar business, the demand of rentable working space is increasing.

The brief of this project is to ac-

Observing and Questioning

Ideation

Prototyping

Testing

commodate that demands and be the place where government, uni-

These four steps translated into sequence that overlaping with each other to pro-

versity, and the people can meet

motes interaction that creates innovation atmosphere emerges through communica-

in an innovation atmosphere.

tion and encouragement. *Plattner, H. Institute of Design at Stanford


Site Plan Ground Floor Rents:

Small Meeting Room

Stationery Retails

Other Facilities:

Lounge

Workshops

Printing Room

Research Room

Supporting Facilities:

Men Restroom

Women Restroom

Prayer Room

Panel Room


2nd Floor (Main Entrance) Rents: Gallery

Food and Beverages

Outdoor Dining

Retails Other Facilities: Lobby Kitchen

Curation Room

Women Restroom

Supporting Facilities:

Men Restroom

Women Restroom

Panel Room

3rd Floor Rents: Cafe

Private Meeting Room

Large Co-working Space

Small Co-working Space

Other Facilities: Lounge

Small Library

Workshops

Research Room

Supporting Facilities:

Men Restroom

Women Restroom

Prayer Room

Panel Room


Section 1

Section 2

Front Elevation


Details

Left Elevation


Dari, Oleh, Untuk | Low Income Micro-settlement Competition Entry for Archevent 2017 UNS: Urban Resistance and Reconciliation with Aries Fadli Prayoga and Keshia Simatupang Status: 4th Place Location: Kebun Binatang, Bandung, Indonesia

Low income micro-settlements with participatory approach for humanizing human being


Site Issues

Slum area in Kebun

1508 houses built

Household

Binatang, Bandung

along

pollutes river

(according to local

ung

regulations

with no setback.

stan-

CikapundRiver,

waste

often

There are no land

Narrow navigation,

in 4000 m2 area

in some cases its

dedicated for wa-

only 60 cm wide

ter infiltration

dard)

Most of Kebun Binatang resident already live together with their own family up to three generations

Making Legal Moves Microhouse

According to local

We have to relo-

But, the most com-

Charity

regulations, there

cate

the

mon way to de-

often not able to

patory design ap-

are no permanent

settements in le-

velop this kind of

create the sense of

proach to micro-

building built along

gal land, since land

project is to charity

ownership to the

house design

the river bank with-

area can not be

approach

relocated settler

out certain setback

changed

packed

Why participatory approach?

The Concepts

Participatory design is used to re-

Particapatory design approach

place the charity system. Charity

translated to incremental de-

system give the people no room

sign with easy construction. So,

for making the units theirs. So,

it could build a home within a

the charity units is often sold to

house that can accomodate vari-

other party and then will settle

ous needs for each relocated set-

again in another slum area.

tlers whilst also create the sense of ownership.

approach

Applying

partici-


How we build sense of ownership Participatory approach is crucial for

In this project, there are 3 points to achieve this concept, which is:

revitalizing slum area that already have a social and economical attachment to the place that they were lived on and want to have the same attachment for their new house. This is because the people involved in their own house design process,

Incremental Design

Easy Construction

Economical Design

build process, and past-build. Massing Concept

With the constraint of 12 m2 area

We substract what would be

We make the roof to a assymet-

and 7 m height, first we build a

ground floor for accommodating

rical trapezoid responding to the

block that maximized the build-

the various needs of the settler

Bandung climate: dry and rain.

able area and volume

prior to the relocation. This space

We choose assymetrical trape-

can be developed further by the

zoid for maximized use of the

settler

upper floor

Incremental: an Adjustment to Individual Needs We found out that every person in

Incremental design focused in the

Kebun Binatang has different ap-

first floor for more variety of develop-

proach to build their own house. The

ment. For example, the first floor of

approach is identical to the one who

the microhouse could be food stand

owns the house.

or a ministore.

So, in order to build the sense of ownership, we designed the first floor to be incremental. This adjustment helps to fulfill the different needs of Kebun Binatang residents.

Ground floor (red zone) is the incremental space


Easy and Economical Construction

Tin roof is relatively cheap and easy to get. Also the maintenance is relatively easy. Simple roof truss that can be put together with simple joints like nuts and bolts. Wall that constructed with OSB wood that relatively cheap and can maintain the temperature inside. Wall bed that can easily be folded when not used to give more space.

Large opening that promotes cross ventilation and reducing the narrowness. Ergonomic stairs that follow human step. Maximizing usable area. The door that can folded up to close the stairs.

Steel column put together with wood block with nuts and bolts joints.

Concrete plate that has opening for agricultural needs.

SYPO / PLATTO + Bubblepile as ground water insulation.

Structural Design


Preliminary Drawings

Gambar Gambar Gambar Gambar Kerja Kerja Kerja Kerja

SISTEM SISTEM SIRKULASI SIRKULASI VERTIKAL VERTIKAL

1. Elevation Drawings 2. Section Drawings

3. Floor Plan Drawings

4. Perspective Drawings

Vertical Circulation

217 217 21,70 21,70 mm cmmm cm 462 462 cmmm cm 46,20 mm 46,20 683,2 683,2 cmmm cm 68,32 mm 68,32

highlighted by yellow hue

Potongan B-B’ Skala 1:100 B-B’ Potongan

Skala 1:100

TAMPAK 1 Skala 1:100 1 TAMPAK

Skala 1:100

Skala 1:100

300 cm 30,00 mm 300 cm 30,00 mm

UN

GA

I SU UN GA NG SU AI I NG C AI C

G G DU N DU N UN UN AP AP IK IK

KK ALAL WW CI CI

S S AN AN D D PA PA SE SE AH AH ER ER DA DA

ALAKLK CIW CIW

SITUASI SITUASI

400 400 cmmm cm 40,00 40,00 mm

300 mm cm 30,00 300 mm cm 30,00

cmmm cm 40,00 40,00 mm 400 400

Potongan A-A’ Skala 1:100 A-A’ Potongan

U U

Denah Lantai Dasar Skala 1:100 Denah Lantai Dasar Skala 1:100

Denah Lantai Dua Skala 1:100 Denah Lantai Dua Skala 1:100


Interior Perspective

1

Interior Perspective

PRESPEKTIF INTERIOR PRESPEKTIF INTERIOR

TAMPAK 2 TAMPAK 2

Skala 1:100

Skala 1:100

ai Dua

40,00 cm 400mm

cm 40,00 400 mm

300 cm 30,00 mm 80cm 8,00 mm

PRESPEKTIF EKSTERIOR PRESPEKTIF EKSTERIOR

300 cm 30,00 mm 80cm 8,00 mm

40,00 cm 400mm

mm m

Denah Lantai Tiga Skala 1:100

Denah Lantai Tiga Skala 1:100

PRESPEKTIF EKSTERIOR YANG DITONJOLKA PRESPEKTIF EKSTERIOR YANG DITONJOLKAN


Rencana Rencana Berkelanjutan Berkelanjutan Rencana Rencana Berkelanjutan Berkelanjutan

ORIENTASI VIEW YANG MENGHADAP KE SUNGAI MEMBUAT SEBUAH FRONTYARD.

antara luas rumah mikro dengan rumah kumuh yang diobservasi.

6 RUMAH MIKRO MEMAKAI

6 RUMAH KUMUH MEMAKAI

RAIN HARVESTING KOMUNAL Ilustrasi Cluster dengan sempadan sungai DILETAKKAN yang sudah ditata. DISAMPING RUMAH.

Perbandingan 421,2 m² Pemanfaatan Lahan LUAS TANAH

72 m²

LEGAL antara

luas rumah mikro dengan LUAS TANAH *Data survey rumah kumuh yang diobservasi. LEGAL

6 RUMAH KUMUH MEMAKAI

421,2 m² LUAS TANAH LEGAL *Data survey

6 RUMAH MIKRO MEMAKAI RUMAH MIKRO

72 m² 349,2 m² TERDAPAT PERBEDAAN SELUAS

LUAS TANAH LEGAL

LUAS TANAH LEGAL

dll.

349,2 m² INTERAKSI SOSIAL KUALITAS SUNGAI

CLUSTER Ilustrasi suasana cluster.

RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU

LUAS TANAH LEGAL

dll.

Ilustrasi Cluster dengan sempadan sungai yang sudah ditata.

RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU

SIRKULASI RUMAH MIKRO YANG LEBIH TAMBAHAN BAIK

TERDAPAT PERBEDAAN SELUAS

RUMAH KUMUH

CLUSTER

TAMBAHAN

SIRKULASI YANG LEBIH BAIK Ilustrasi suasana cluster.

RUANG RUMAH TERBUKA KUMUH HIJAU RUMAH MIKRO INTERAKSI SOSIAL

MASSA PERANCANGAN

MASA KONSTRUKSI

MASA PASCAKONSTRUKSI

KUALITAS SUNGAI RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU

TIMELINE RENCANA BERKELANJUTAN

RUMAH MIKRO MASSA PERANCANGAN

MASA KONSTRUKSI

TIMELINE RENCANA BERKELANJUTAN

Future Plan Timeline

MASA PASCAKONSTRUKSI

ENTR A

ORIENTASI KE ARAH SUNGAI

Perbandingan Pemanfaatan Lahan

SIRKULASI JALAN

Future Plan

SIRKULASI JALAN

FRONTYARD MENJAGA AGAR DAERAH PINGGIR SUNGAI DAPAT TETAP BERSIH ORIENTASI VIEW DAN TERAWAT. YANG MENGHADAP KE SUNGAI MEMBUAT RAIN HARVESTING SEBUAH FRONTYARD. KOMUNAL DILETAKKAN FRONTYARD MENJAGA DISAMPING RUMAH. AGAR DAERAH PINGGIR SUNGAI DAPAT TETAP BERSIH DAN TERAWAT.

Potensi k antarang Cluster Ru rumah be pemakaia lebih dap

Potensi kede antaranggota Cluster Ruma rumah berdas pemakaian W lebih dapat d


Block Configuration

T

S U ER

PENEMPATAN DAPUR DAN WC CLUSTER DI ATAS SALURAN AIR EKSISTING BEKAS SALURAN AIR WADUK

COURTYARD WC / DAPUR SALURAN PIPA EXSISTING

gan sempadan sungai

L

ORIENTASI KE ARAH SUNGAI

RAIN HARVESTING KOMUNAL DILETAKKAN DISAMPING RUMAH.

SIRKULASI JALAN

FRONTYARD MENJAGA AGAR DAERAH PINGGIR SUNGAI DAPAT TETAP BERSIH DAN TERAWAT.

ENTR ANC EK EC

COURTYARD SEBAGAI RUANG HIJAU YANG DAPAT MENJADI TEMPAT INTERAKSI SOSIAL.

SALURAN PIPA EXSISTING

ORIENTASI VIEW YANG MENGHADAP KE SUNGAI MEMBUAT SEBUAH FRONTYARD.

Potensi kedekatan tempat nggal yang berdekatan antaranggota keluarga merupakan basis diadakannya Cluster Rumah Mikro. Pengelompokkan rumahrumah berdasarkan hubungan kekerabatan membuat pemakaian WC/Dapur bersama di luar rumah mikro lebih dapat diaplikasikan.

DAERAH YANG DIRELOKASI

CLUSTER PEKERJA DILUAR DAERAH KEBUN BINATANG

Kedepannya, cluster akan dikelompokkan berdasarkan lokasi pekerjaan, untuk mempermudah sirkulasi pejalan kaki dan kendaraan. WIRA USAHA WARUNG MAKAN & SEMBAKO

PEKERJA YANG BERLOKASI DI KEBUN BINATANG

cluster.

Ak

s se

ke

MASA PASCAKONSTRUKSI

Zonasi cluster berdasarkan pekerjaan agar sirkulasi kendaraan lebih tertata.

jal an ray a


A Cure for the Future | Outdoor Space Competition Entry for Architecture Festival Petra 2018: Contextual Micro Space with R. Cecylia P. Costania, Putri Belinda, and Mentari Hanifa D. Status: Entry Location: Kanayakan, Bandung, Indonesia

In Kanayakan, there were a wall that divides the rich and the poor. It creates a residual space that either side won’t use anytime soon. But, as long as the title says, why we design it for children? What kind of interaction can possibly drawn between either of them? Well, why trouble yourself fxing something from the already fragile twigs when you can focus on creating its solid foundation? Children are our foundation. The idea is to obliviate what all of our ego has caused for us. With our design we hope to help restore social equality through children. Because they are the cure to our past mistakes.


Design Problem:

Proposed Solution:

Alam Kanayakan Res-

A block barrier uncon-

Abandoning each oth-

Gather

idence

siously makes boundar-

er, unconsiously makes

from both sides in our

ies the two societies

boundaries.

chosen location to play

is

luxurious

whilst we can call Gang

the

children

together, to bond.

Cigadung as for the low incomes.

People

about

Their oblivion causing

Our intention is when

With our design we

surroundings,

forget

the existence of residu-

they grow up, there will

hope to help restore

became

al space. Abandoned by

be no more boundary

social equality through

blunt and slowly they

both housing, have po-

between the two

children.

will lose their own iden-

tential to develop.

housings.

their their

sense

tity that is as one unity.

How children think and what should we do? Four factors that affects mental growth for children*:

Classification of children games applicated:

*Piyage and Inhalder, 1992

emotional feelings

physical growth

experience

social exchange

high physical activities

innovative

intuitive

solitude and silence

Massing Concepts in 7m x 7m, enrich the space, split into two different heights

unconsiously break the barriers!

break the barrier by making the wall more permeable

children super-duper love challenges!

it may be unseen, but

creating variety of

there is always a way!

physical activities


we want to trigger

aku habis dari seberang, lho.

the children to make decision this decision produce

caranya keatas gimana, ya?

escalating challenges for the kids without restricting them entirely

we want the decision can be made by all the children age group. so, older kids will climb, while younger kids will crawl! and so on! we make them interact despite the height differences!

At the age of 5-8 year old kids tend to have a very active mind. Various choice of circulation made to respond their ways of thinking, but we focus to improve the way they decide in order to reach their “destination�.

wall climbing

stairs climbing

rope climbing

hide and seek

book reading

net resting

net climbing

pole sliding

etc. Ground Floor

Second Floor

Kids’ Activities


Front Elevation

Back Elevation

Left Elevation

Right Elevation

main bola, yuk. yuk main, dek!

we hope that the children unconsiously breaking their own barrier, break those walls between them, and make a better future.

mau keseberang, deh!


The Formation | Mix Use 4th Year Studio Project Mentor: Dewi Larasati, S.T., M.T., Ph.D. Location: Jalan Sunda, Bandung, Indonesia An Integrated Urban Living in New Permeable Setting


Located in the center of Bandung, this building is focusing on cooperate the path and social nodes in the area to the function in the building.

Site Issues

Site Design Concept

No connectivity between Veteran St. and Naripan St.

Permeable Circulation to accomodate the needs to take the shortest way

With its formation to accommodate the human flow, the activity that will happen hopefully ignites the growth of economic and social nodes in the city.

Minimum existing pedestrian path. In some point, there is none.

Design Concepts Vet

era

1. Urban Porousity

t.

Sunda St.

3. Urban Leisure

Pedestrian Friendly to accomodate the walking lifestyle

nS

Site

2. Urban Economic Node

Buffer at Crowded Area to accomodate the needs to relax from the buzz

Naripa

n St.

More Inviting to accomodate the human flow in the area

Massing Transformation

Given Site

Ground Plan Setback

Urban Porousity

put a 15 m setback for eye view comfort

break the mass into three for permeability

Maximizing Apartment Needs

Natural Flare

Maximizing Build Area

apartment block facing north-south for best use of daylight, away from crowded roads, best view, etc.

making rounded edges and giving two bodies of water to give natural flare and cooling the air flow

and connect the masses using skybridge


Site Plan

Ground Floor Retails:

Department Store

Food and Beverages

Fashion Tenants

Outdoor Tenants

Other Tenants

Other Facilities:

Outdoor Dining

City Park

Men Restroom

Women Restroom

Core:

Ground Floor Plan

Panel Room

Emergency Stairs

Visitor Lift

Lift and Lift Lobby


2nd Floor Retails:

Food and Beverages

Fashion Tenants

Other Tenants

Other Facilities:

Men Restroom

Women Restroom

Core:

Panel Room

Emergency Stairs

Lift and Lift Lobby

2nd Floor Podium Plan

3rd Floor Retails:

Food and Beverages

Fashion Tenants

Other Tenants

Other Facilities:

Men Restroom

Women Restroom

Core:

3rd Floor Podium Plan

Panel Room

Emergency Stairs

Lift and Lift Lobby

4th Floor Rents:

Meeting Room

Casual Lounge

Apartment Amenities:

Appartment Lobby

Waiting Room

Infinity Pool

Roof Garden

Small Private Pool

Gym Other Facilities: Sky Lobby (4th Floor) Plan

Administration Room

Men Restroom

Women Restroom


Basement 1 Floor Car and motorcycle park Plumbing:

Water Pump Room

Electrical:

Generator Room

Panel Room

Other Facilities: Prayer Room and Security Room Lift and Small Lobby Lift Restrooms Basement 2 Floor Car and motorcycle park Plumbing:

Water Pump Room

Electrical:

Panel Room

Other Facilities: Security Room Lift and Small Lobby Lift Restrooms Spatial Organization

Apartment Units Sky Lobby Anchor Tenant

Fashion Tenants

Anchor Tenant

Fashion Tenants Anchor Tenant Basement Floors Basement Floors


Typical Apartment Plan

Unit Plan

Loft Unit Plan (Lower)

Tower A Typical Plan (Odd-Numbered Floor)

Loft Unit Plan (Upper)

Tower A Typical Plan (Even-Numbered Floor)

64 m2 Studio Unit Plan

Tower B Typical Plan

32 m2 Studio Unit Plan


Front Elevation

West Elevation

East Elevation


Bird Eye View

Entrance View


Other Works | hand drawing

model making etc.


Space and Form Organization Studio The objective is to make a public space eg. park in the bank of river. We have to organize four different masses to make some positive space that the public can use. I took an approach which colliding curve surface and more angular surface to make an interesting space in the park.

Architectural Design Studio III In this project, the objective is to make a co-working space in one of the main street in Bandung. We have to make a section model. I cut my model here to show the roof truss that also making the space in the upper floor more interesting.


Structure and Form Studio

I do this project with Mentari Hanifa and Slamet Zarkasih. The objective of this project is to make a form active structure. We realize that when we curled up some plastic, it manages to hold weigth. So we curl the plastic and make some structure to resemble a rose.

Architectural Design Studio V This model is The Formation project model.


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