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2011

architecture and urbanism

portfolio Application for KTH-E0138 - Master’s Programme, Sustainable Urban Planning and Design

selected works

2017

DIAH PARAMITA SARI Bachelor of Architecture, Parahyangan Catholic University Indonesia


index professional works

academic works

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2

competition

3 Museum of Modern Art

4 Urban Social Housing

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International Baseball

Jivana Homes Housing

Biophilic Collaborative

Stadium

Complex

New Sport Magnet in the

Urban Landed Housing

Re-thinking Bandung City

Building a Sustainable

Designing Healthier & Pro-

middle of City Center

Complex

Square

Community

ductive OďŹƒce for Modern

OďŹƒce

Urban Life


INTERNATIONAL BASEBALL STADIUM New Sport Magnet in the middle of City Centre

The decision to introduce baseball in the Gelora Bung Karno Sport Complex is made to cater the growing popularity of baseball among youth in Jakarta. The brand new Baseball Stadium can hold 2,500 spectators and additional 1,000 temporary seats, including 14 dedicated spots for handicapped visitors.

[ CATEGORY ] Sports, Public Building

[ LOCATION ] Jakarta, Indonesia

[ TOTAL SITE AREA] 39.170 sqm

[FOOTPRINT AREA] 4.395 sqm

TOTAL FLOOR AREA] 13.779 sqm

[ STATUS] ongoing finishing phase

[ YEAR ] 2016-2018

[ TEAM]

Maria Rosantina (Principal) Luthfi Yuta


Baseball Stadium is one of the latest additions to the Gelora Bung Karno complex, a sport complex inside Jakarta’s city centre. 5

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LEGEND 1

Utama Stadium

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Indoor Tennis

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Centercourt Tennis

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Madya Stadium

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Basketball Hall

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Badminton Hall

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Archery Ground

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ABC Soccer Field

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Crichet Ground

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Aquatic Stadium

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Handball Court

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Istora Hall

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Softball Stadium

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The decision to introduce baseball in the complex is made to cater the growing popularity of baseball among youth in Jakarta. It is not so easy to fit in a spacious baseball stadium into the existing master plan, especially when it comes with a specific orientation requirement. A 40-feet baseball field demands more than 5,000 square meter field of play area, almost four times as big as a softball field. Finally we could fit the field into an oblique-shaped land behind the existing Tennis stadiums and avoid the east-west orientation for pitcher-catcher axis.

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ARCHITECTURE RESPONSE The band of concrete shelter dominates the overall appearance of the venue as well as giving it a distinct approach to the building. The dominant architectural expression of the roof is derived from the jagged outdoor appearance of the original tribunes, which is developed as main ceiling element.

basic idea

existing building - Gelora Bung Karno complex

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ACCESS & CIRCULATION

FUNCTION

spectator’s path

player’s path

vip’s&media’s path

players’ circulation

spectator’s circulation

vip, media, officials and players circulation

TRIBUNE

media’s circulation

MAIN FUNCTION

vip’s circulation

LOBBY

vip, media, officials and players circulation

PUBLIC TOILET & MUSHALA SERVICE & ME PLAYER AREA TECHNICAL AREA

SPECTATORS’ ACCESS

officials’ path

PLAYERS’ ACCESS

service’s path

officials’ circulation vip, media, officials and players circulation

OFFICIALS ACCESS

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SERVICE ACCESS


BIAS BOUNDARY BETWEEN INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

PARTIAL SECTION 1

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KEY PLAN

PARTIAL SECTION 2

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progress documentation

February 2017

March 2017

May 2017

June 2017

July 2017

October 2017

April 2017

August 2017

November 2017

January 2018 - ongoing finishing 7

September 2017

December 2017


JIVANA HOMES HOUSING COMPLEX Urban Landed Housing Complex

The Jivana Homes is a contemporary residential concept that is designed specifically based on consumer insight by accommodating all the desires and needs of privacy, social, and recreation. It is a new breakthrough for developers in Indonesia to promote communal facilities rather than land efficiency .

[ CATEGORY ] Housing, Masterplan, Commercial

[ LOCATION ]

Sidoarjo, Indonesia

[ TOTAL SITE AREA] 114.357 sqm

[UNIT RATIO] 56%

[ STATUS] masterplan built

[ YEAR ] 2015-ongoing

[ TEAM]

Gregorius Supie Yolodi (Principal) Maria Rosantina (Partner in Charge) Adifah Rahayu


SITE CONTEXT

SITEPLAN STUDIES

SIDOARJO, EAST JAVA

The site is located at the outskirt of Surabaya City, approximately 6,8km from the city centre. Its is located at the industrial area, thus the concept of Jivana Homes is based of the need for real authentic life that synergizes with the natural surroundings naturally, where this naturalness is increasingly faded in modern life today. This concept will create a close and warm relationship between residents and all the elements of the environment provided in the JIVANA Homes public facility.

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Masterplan study using mockups. In the process of designing came the idea to use the inverted fishbone pattern as the main concept of this housing masterplan. Green space becomes the main core of this region, as well as a major element.

Final Form

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Central Park

Circulation

Services

Park creates a focal point of assembly and connection to the clubhouse and commercial area.

The main circulation concept loops around the oter masterplan area. Secondary circulation to the each units, ended to the park.

The service points in the area are electrical panel, pump house, and security post (one gate system).

Collected rain water and filtered greywater will be tanked into common underground reservoir, and will be used to water the park.

MASTERPLAN 10

Solar power is collected during the day to power LED lights along the park area a night.


PARK DETAIL

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CENTRAL PARK KEY PLAN

SECTION 1

SECTION 2

SECTION 3

SECTION 5

SECTION 6

SECTION 7

SECTION 9

SECTION 10

The park is designed with urban landscape carrying various facilities that are integrated and sustainable. The park ends with commercial area and open plaza in front area. Each park section designed with different functions that emphasize on users active expirience and outdoor activity.

SECTION 4

SECTION 8

SECTION 11

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SECTION 12


The first phase of the complex construction which includes one-sixth of the central park and sample houses has been completed by 2016. The rest of the housing units and public facilities within the complex will continue to be built in line with the demands and interests of the market. 12


MUSEUM OF MODERN ART Re-thinking Bandung City Square

Development of Museum of Modern Art as a manifestation of human culture and civilization. It present a new pattern in the center of the city, which is now the image or the quality of its activities shifted to the CBD (Central Business District).

[ CATEGORY ] Cultural, Public Building

[ LOCATION ] Bandung, Indonesia

[ TOTAL SITE AREA] 3775 sqm

[ BCR] 70%

[ FAR] 3,3 (min 90%)

[ YEAR ] 2015

[ TUTOR] Dr. Ir. Purnama Salura, M.M., M.T.


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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LEGEND 1

Bandung City Square

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PLN (HB)

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Pendopo Kota Bandung

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Merdeka Building (HB)

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Bandung Central Mosque

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Savoy Hotel (HB)

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BRI Tower

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Commercial area (low-rise)

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Vacant Land

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Commercial area (low-rise) Shopping Mall

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Mandiri Bank

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Central Post Office

HB = Heritage Building

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bandung city square planning shiftment INDISCHE PLANNING

CURRENT SITUATION

DESIGN VISION

Bandung City Square as a centrepoint, standalone public space. West side of the square as a cultural area.

Bandung City Square lost its identity as a plaza central. As if it became the court of the Great Mosque.

The design vision is to restore the function of the Bandung City Square into a public space that is integrated with the surrounding environment.

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urban analysis

URBAN LAYER PROPOSAL

trees newly added greeneries

traffic flow entry point

pedestrian bridge

newly added pedestrian

bus stop

newly added pedestrian bridge

heritage tour city square pedestrian walk

Situation The diagram analyse and propose for city square area in a 400m radius

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BUILDING TRANSFORMATION

Maximum size of the tower, north-south orientation

Bandung city centre building regulation require a continuous arcade

PASSIVE DESIGN APPROACH

Set-back space funcioned as plaza, a transitional space from open public space.

Bandung City Square

HEAT REDUCTION

Pedestrian Walk 9m

Main Pedestrian Road Walk 2m

Ground floor as an open entrance to the plaza

Podium

MoMA Tower

39 m

39 m

FINAL FORM

River Setback

MoMA Plaza 23.4 m

The facade of the building facing towards the West, overcome by the use of louvre, so that the transparent impression on the face of the building still achieved. NATURAL LIGHTING Natural lighting in the exhibition hall is minimized, in accordance with the terms of art objects that are mainly in the form of paintings. Thus, in the showroom, the opening of light is high below the position of the exhibit object, so the light will not directly affect the exhibit object.

connected

parking lot

The museum’s facilities will be divided into two zones, namely a museum with galleries, art education, research, offices, and theaters; as well as a “Culture City” space that accommodates temporary activities, commercial facilities, artist studios, art trade venues, and outdoor shows.

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SECTION PERSPECTIVE


URBAN RESPONSE The building height is based on the ratio of the width of ROW to the scale of the human eye.

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The plaza encosure based on building’s podium that is connected to other bulding in city centre. Its roof made from retractable louvre, thus made it a semi open area.

CITY SQUARE OPEN SPACE

ROAD OPEN SPACE

USER SPACE transitions-SCALE EXPERIENCES

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PLAZA SEMIOPEN SPACE

BUILDING SPACE


INTERIOR CONCEPT SEQUENCE OF SPACE

11th floor PERMANENT EXHIBITION Impressionism and After (1850-1905) 10th floor PERMANENT EXHIBITION Heroic Avant-garde (1906-1925) 9th floor PERMANENT EXHIBITION Depression and War (1926-1945) 8th floor PERMANENT EXHIBITION Post-War World (1946-1959) 7th floor TEMPORARY EXHIBITION Contemporary Art (1960-now)

6th floor TEMPORARY EXHIBITION Contemporary Art (1960-now)

The sequences at the museum exhibit begin on the top floor, then flow down the floor of the tower using the ramp as the main circulation. Tower is a split level corresponding to the length of the ramp that decreases every half of the floor level. Each floor has its own theme in accordance with Modern Art Timeline.

6th floor LOUNGE, EXIT

5th floor ENTRY LOBBY (access to exhibition)

FLOWING SPACES STUDIES

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EXHIBITION VARIETIES


URBAN SOCIAL HOUSING Building a Sustainable Community

A new approach of Indonesian social housing was purposed through this design. Inspired by Indonesian kampong culture, which is prioritize social interaction, the multiple level building is designed as a translation of kampong as a vertical housing.

[ CATEGORY ] Housing, Waterfront design

[ LOCATION ] Bandung, Indonesia

[ TOTAL SITE AREA] 5752 sqm

[ BCR] 40%

[ FAR] 1,6

[ MAX BUILDING HEIGHT] 32 m

[ YEAR ] 2014

[ TUTOR] Dr. Yohannes D., S.T, M.Arch


INPUT

Urban Housing phenomenon The number of urban population in Indonesia increased significantly from 101.3 million in 2000 to 137.6 million in 2014. Most poor residents of Indonesian major cities, include Bandung, live in informal housing settlements. They live in selfbuilt inappropriate houses and squatting in slums and squatter settlements. They are marginalized urban residents that push their way to occupy state land such as riverbanks and private unoccupied land and illegally construct their dwellings.

DETERIORATED LIVING CONDITION

INTEGRATED INTERVENTION

DECLINING ENVIRONMENT QUALITY

PROVIDE GREN SPACE

DENSED URBAN SLUMS

HEALTHY BUILDING

URBAN POOR INHABITAT

ECO BUSINESS PLAN

BAD SANITATION

WATER PURIFICATION

source: interview with citizens

SITE CONTEXT

SITE DOCUMENTATION Commercial

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sari

Urban Kampong

Jala

Commercial

Jalan Cihampelas

Urban Kampong

Heritage Housing MIddle-Upper Income

Commercial

dirty riverside area

densed houses

waste water ended in the river

social activities in alleys

kampong connections

reparation shop

indekost

stalls

public space

Universitas Islam Bandung

SITE Hospitality

Flower shop Cluster

Jalan Wastukencana

Gas Station

Jalan Wastukencana

Commercial

Commercial Commercial

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Jalan Ranggagading

Jala

This site is a kampong area on the banks of the river Cikapundung. The density of the houses is less well organized on the banks along the main river of Bandung. Although the figure of this kampong building is not slum, but in fact the existence of this village pollutes the river, and start unfit for the population as the population grows. Therefore it is necessary to rejuvenate the city with one of them is to rearrange the settlements in the marked areas to be vertical.

OUTPUT

Universitas Pasundan 2


MAIN CONCEPT

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MERCHANT AREA

CIRCULATION / ALLEY

Units located at the 3rd10th floor while merchant area located at the ground floor

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UNIT

UNIT

CIRCULATION / ALLEY

rearrange the settlements in the marked areas to be vertical.

UNIT

UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT

MERCHANT AREA BASEMENT (PARKING LOT)

HORIZONTAL LAYOUT

HORIZONTAL LAYOUT (PROPOSED)

VERTICAL SECTION (PROPOSED)

TRANSFORM HORIZONTAL KAMPONG INTO VERTICAL KAMPONG

SETBACK MERCHANT AREA

CENTRALIZED PLAZA

VARIETY AS ADAPTIBILITY As a new dwelling for the middle to lower society, an identity is needed. It is an adaptation of the social values that exist in urban village life. Urban Social Housing embodies the life of urban kampong that is packed vertically with different variations each floor, so that diversity within the village will still be created.

COUPLE WITH 2 CHILDREN

COUPLE WITH 1 CHILD

COUPLE STUDIO

1BR

3BR 10800

2BR

STUDIO

STUDIO

STUDIO

2BR 10800

10800

SINGLE (RENTAL UNIT)

UNIT CONFIGURATION

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MAXIMIZING GREEN AREA

FINAL FORM


SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY APPROACH SCALE 1 BETWEEN EACH TOWER

Legend

main plaza U

Social housing as a dwelling can’t be separated with the presence of surrounding communities. Vertical social relationships are certainly more limited than horizontal kampong. Through the creation of a communal and humane common space in several spatial scales in the building layers, it will become a gathering place for the citizens.

Tower A Main Plaza Tower B

Access towards the plaza as a node between two towers in the form of elevation difference, creating a space experience. Each space is designed to flow and lead to the next space.

River Setback

er Cikapundung Riv

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Waterfront Plaza

Garden


SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY APPROACH SCALE 2 EVERY 3 FLOOR (ONE RW)

one RT one RT

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10 Paving Block

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Luas Lantai Luas Sirkulasi, Tangga, Lift

1915 470

Pohon

Luas Hunian

1000

Perdu

Luas Ruang Komunal

445

Partisi Gypsum 4.00

LP

UP

LP JANITOR

1 BR

1 BR

3 BR

Dinding Hebel

3 BR

Shear Wall Jendela/Bukaan

UP

8.20

B

4.20

LP +19.00 UP

C 4.00

SS

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

Tangga Darurat

SS

Shaft Sampah

MS

Main Shaft

TW

25.50

Toilet Pria

STUDIO

17.30

Sub Distribution Panel Toilet Wanita

TP

Unit tipe studio

1 BR

Unit 1 Kamar Tidur

2 BR

Unit 2 Kamar Tidur

3 BR

Unit 3 Kamar Tidur

R. KOMUNAL RT +19.00

4.55

E

Lift Penghuni

TD

SDP

2 BR

R. BERSAMA

4.75

one RT

Rumput

Sirkulasi

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one RW

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one Kelurahan

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3 2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

3 BR JANITOR

LP

1 BR

1 BR

3 BR

5.00

one RW

one RT

The administrative division in Indonesia consists of: 1. RT (Rukun Tetangga), consists of several houses 2. RW (Rukun Warga), consists of several RTs 3. Kelurahan, consists of several RWs 4. Kecamatan, consists of several Kelurahan 5. etc The site covers two numbers of Kelurahan, each tower represent one Kelurahan.

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SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY APPROACH SCALE 3 EACH FLOOR

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Each floor has an open space that is functioned for the common room. Public area is placed in a strategic area that is in the area of the vertical circulation (elevator). On the other hand, the seating area with greeneries positioned randomly in each floor.

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Paving Block

5.40

5.40

5.40

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Luas Lantai Luas Sirkulasi, Tangga, Lift

180 54

Pohon

Luas Hunian

106

Perdu

Luas Ruang Komunal

1 5.40

UP

Jendela/Bukaan

8.20 4.20 4.00

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

LP

Lift Penghuni

TD

Tangga Darurat

SS

Shaft Sampah

MS

Main Shaft

SDP

2 BR

TW

5.40

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Toilet Pria

1 BR

Unit 1 Kamar Tidur

2 BR

Unit 2 Kamar Tidur

3 BR

Unit 3 Kamar Tidur

Luas Lantai Luas Sirkulasi, Tangga, Lift

180 54

Pohon

Luas Hunian

106

Perdu

Luas Ruang Komunal

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Sirkulasi

UP

LP JANITOR

1 BR

1 BR

3 BR

Dinding Hebel

3 BR

Shear Wall

Jendela/Bukaan

LP

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

2 BR

E

Lift Penghuni

TD

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Sub Distribution Panel

Unit tipe studio

Rumput

2 BR

Tangga Darurat

SS

Shaft Sampah

MS

Main Shaft

SDP

2 BR

TW

+22.00

Sub Distribution Panel Toilet Wanita

TP

Toilet Pria

STUDIO

Unit tipe studio

1 BR

Unit 1 Kamar Tidur

2 BR

Unit 2 Kamar Tidur

3 BR

Unit 3 Kamar Tidur

4.55

17.30

+22.00

Between 2 units there is a small sharing indoor terrace space. This space is an adaptation of Indonesian houses that generally have a terrace to socialize with neighbors.

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5.40

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Toilet Wanita

TP

STUDIO 4.75

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Paving Block

5.40

UP

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4.55

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Shear Wall

SS

2 BR

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Partisi Gypsum

4.00

3 BR

C 2 BR

5.40

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Dinding Hebel

+22.00

2 BR

5.40

48.60 5.40

4.20

1 BR

1 BR

3 BR

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5b

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4.00

JANITOR

5.40

4.75

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UP

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Partisi Gypsum

LP

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Sirkulasi

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2 BR

5.00

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LP

1 BR

1 BR

3 BR

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2 BR

2 BR

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SCALE 4 EACH UNIT

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ECOLOGICAL CONCEPT - PASSIVE DESIGN

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“the best security for civilization is proper housing” - Benjamin Disraeli

The ecological concept of this building is based on passive design. Where existing buildings do not need to use a lot of energy to achieve thermal comfort and natural lighting is needed. The ecological value of a kampong lifestyle is applied to the green area on each balcony in each unit and open area in each floor.

green area

green area

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BIOPHILIC COLLABORATIVE OFFICE Designing Helathier & Productive Office for Modern Urban Life

Biophilic Design Is an innovative way of designing the places where we live, work, and learn. We need nature in a deep and fundamental fashion, but we have often designed our cities and suburbs in ways that both degrade the environment and alienate us from nature. Biophilic Design points the way toward creating healthy and productive habitats for modern urban life.

[ CATEGORY ] Office, Housing

[ LOCATION ] Jakarta, Indonesia

[ STATUS] competition entry

[ YEAR ] 2015

[ TEAM] Raynaldo Theodore Kalvin Widjaya Dian Indah Steve Asoes


Bio. Phil. ia /’bio filia/ is an instinctive bond between human beings and other living systems.

Jakarta is one of the most populous urban agglomerations in the world. It is the center of economic, cultural and political activity. Located in the central of Jakarta, Sudirman street is the biggest financial district including SCBD (Sudirman Central Business District) and extend 4km from South Jakarta to Central of Jakarta. The site is located near the abandoned city forest that closed from the city and the people. In the other hand, Jakarta lacks of spaces for new building and greenspaces. This issue has a chain effect to increased hazardous flood and pollution in the recent years.

Collaboratively combining WORK and LIFE together will create a habitable and livable office. It will also solve the traffic problem every weekday. Work required productive space, flexible space and optimized space. While life need neighborhood, public facilities, social facilities, etc. Workspace is very formal compared to living space. Combining both will create a Collaborative Space.

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major issues

COUNTRY’S ECONOMIC CENTER

SPACE PROBLEM

TRAFFIC PROBLEM

FLOOD PROBLEM

POLUTION: AIR, WATER, SOIL

As the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta is the economic center of the country which every sector is needed and connected. Every sector is spread out in Jakarta but economic sector is centralized in central Jakarta.

Jakarta has a high demand for human resources and been able to offer high salary compared to other city in Indonesia. It makes population increase rapidly every year, so Jakarta is really crowded now.

During rush hour which is time tor people to go to and leave their works, the roads will be really dense and Jakarta people will waste their wime on the roads.

Every year, large populations in Jakarta deal with hazardous flooding Various efforts have been made to overcome the problem of perennial fooding, but the disaster continues unabated.

The amounts of toxic pollutants invading Jakarta’s air have grown rapidly, along with the continuous increase in vehicles crowding the streets. All the rivers in Jakarta are heavily polluted by household and industrial waste.

design approach

TYPICALLY SEPARATE BUILDING

LACK OF SPACES, GREENSPACES

RETHINK RECREATE GREEN SMART OFFICE

VISION FUTURE OFFICE

Though mixed-used building is really popular these days, it does not improve big problems. People still need their vehicles to reach their needs in other destinations though it’s not really far, thus makes traffic congestion plaguing Jakarta

Current buildings in downtown are expensive to afford, but unhealthy to be used. Efficiency in the building is considered but productivity of worker is not. Stuck in glass boxes, no place to breathe fresh air, stress level is increasing.

No more stuck in traffic jam every morning and evening. No more empty apartments in the daylight and dark empty office building in the night. Green smart office provides everything, daily needs and other needs

Biophilic Collaborative Office liven up the urban forest nearby which is untreated. It intends to purifies the air. Biophilic Collaborative Office would be high-rise building’s role model which both sustains for the environments and effective for the people

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design strategies

SITE ASSESMENT

RECONNECTING NATURE

CREATE COLLABORATIVE SPACE

Site is located behind Indofood Tower which is verged to Sudirman Street. Sudirman street is one of prestigious locations for reputable banks, international hotes, apartment buildings, foreign companies and embassies.

Urban forest in Sudirman is abandoned and untreated. Jakarta is a metropolitan city with minimum active greenery space. Biophilic Collaborative Office will reconnect the building with urban forest so it would be maintained and more active for people.

Other than re-functioning the urban forest, Biophilic Collaborative Office innovates a place where people live, work and entertain in one place, without degrading the environment and alienate people from nature.

CITY SCALE : CITY VERTICAL LUNGS

WELL-BEING WORKFORCE & COMMUNITIES

BLUE REVOLUTION : WATER RECOVERY

INTERNAL AIR : PURIFIER CORE

Every module of Biophilic Collaborative Office is interspersed with public park for relaxing place and purifying the air. These public park is conssidered as new lungs for the city so the high-rise building is not only used for human’s activity but also for improving our environment.

Biophilic Collaborative Office can offer a sense of well-being to both the workfore and the communities surrounds. Wherever the human connection to nature may seem increasingly lost, this new type of office can help to reconnect it once more.

The cistern in the urban forest will have a mutual relation with biophilic Collaborative Office. The rainwater from the buildings will be collected to the cistern so it won’t load the city sewers and be used again for cooling and amintenance needs.

Air flow in the building is filtered to get fresh air without using air conditioning too much. The core is used to purify the air and increase the O2 with plants planted around it. Jakarta’s polluted air will be filtered into a higher quality of air inside the building.

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GREEN REVOLUTION : REDUCED URBAN HEAT ISLANDS The needs of green spaces in Sudirman where buildings are dominatin, to purifies the air and decrease heat island, the micro climate will be better.


exploded axonometry

As a collaborative office, the building consists of various programming. The site was maximized with mixed functions, made to accomodate user’s needs from types of living, leisure, entertainment, and to types of office itself. Residential as one of the function inside the building with conformation of variant needs of people. While normally people tend to waste hours a day just to get to work, living and working in one place would solve the problem.

core purifier system UTILIZING CORE AS A GREEN SYSTEM

INTERNAL PURIFIED AIR FLOW

Core Purifier system will distribute natural lights, water and water throughout the building. After that, each of it (except lights) will filtered again inside the core. Every green system will be inside of the cores for optimal distribution in High rise building. Moreover, natural methods such as planting Filtering House inside remove air contaminant and provide comfort feeling inside.

Both mechanical and natural methods are applied in order to provide clean air poluted city such as Jakarta. Each modules are connected Courtyard-Void to create Collaborative space. The inside is closed to sterilized clean air from the outside. Cy-

CORE AS BUILDING’S LUNGS

CORE

The core is the heart of the building, especially for high and mid-rise offices. All support systems including vertical circulation, mechanical electrical, plumbing and other systems are compactly situated in this tralized location.

Lungs is the Bio-Filter (Natural Methods) using purifying trees such as bamboo, etc as passive filtration and contaminant removal. Moreover, plants will absorb and release O2. After this, the oxygen will be filtered using mechanical way before it release in the inside. The excess will run under the floor and inside the ceiling to reduce heat inside of the building.

WIND ANALYSIS Value ranged fro 0 - 3 m/s The wind blows from south to north. While the speed still on pleasant breeze category.

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lungs system & green features application

DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS

INDOOR PLANT AIR FILTERING PLANTS

TAKING ADVANTAGE from PV glass

NATURAL & MECHANICAL METHODS

WATER SENSITIVE URBAN DESIGN

Lungs system is a method of technology and design approach to minimize the use of electricity and save energy. The system acts as a natural air conditioner by converting outside air through several steps, then resulting in a production of clean air-rich oxygen for building cooling system which distributed to each floor. Moreover, the system can produce more electricity by the use of photovoltaic glasses and panels, as well as provide sufficient shades for the building. In addition, the system also provides contemplative gardens for the users as a relaxation area with natural ambience, as well as to serve visual aesthetic, both from the interior and exterior.

BIOPHILIC COLLABORATIVE OFFICE AS FUTURE OFFICES A Biophilic building has softer goals to connect buildings (in this case is office/workspace) with natural elements such as natural air, lights, greenery, water and natural materials. On the other side, Collaborative Office aims livable and living urban office by combining office and residential needs. A fully living office day and night will avoid dead city at night and determine new Night-Architecture for the city. Biophilic Collaborative Office can offer a sense of well-being to both the workforce and the communities it surrounds. 30


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