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DIKA ARDI IRAWAN

ISSUE 2014 - 2017

ACADEMIC | COMPETITION | PROFESSIONAL

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DIKA ARDI IRAWAN May | 20th | 1994

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Bachelor of Engineering (in Architecture) Universitas Gajah Mada, Faculty of Engineering.

Semarang, Indonesia, ID http://bit.do/dikardi dikaardiirawan@gmail.com +62 81 225 205 305

In Feb 2017 I received my Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture with GPA 3.52 out of 4.00 from Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. I am a passionate architect through my willingness to learn something new. Beside of my architecture academic background, i have gained my professional experience through working in small local practice and a well known architect studio in Jakarta. It helped and influenced me to establish my opinion on what kind of architecture I am interested in. And I believe my experience as a whole learning process. I combine my interest in technology, people, culture, psychology, and intention to respond context as my design process aproach . In my opinion, architecture is it context itself. Altough, we have to make something new, something better. My main drive to do architecture is that I believe architecture has a life-changing impact to make a better space, for better living. Not only impact on people, but also on communities. I belive it is essential for the building to be well designed through all the means but what is making it trully outstanding is building which responded to it context. People, nature, environtment, culture, social, economy. I believe it is true value its beneficial impact on local community. I attempt to make my architecture be valuable in that way.

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SKILL Microsoft Office AutoCAD ArchiCAD Sketchup V-Ray 3.40 3DS Max Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Corel Draw

LANGUAGE BAHASA native

JAVANESE native

ENGLISH proficient

HOBBY AND INTEREST Interior Design Photoshop Community

Instagram Running Public Speaking


EDUCATION BACKGROUND

AWARDS

2012 | 2016

2nd Runner Up | 70th Faculty of Engineering Day

Bachelor of Engineering, UGM Dept. of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia GPA 3.52 of 4.00

\Universitas Gadjah Mada Logo Competition 2015

Summer Break 2014

Bamboo ExplorAction “Long Span Bamboo Architecture Workshop” Sidney University Australia and Universitas Gadjah Mada 2009 | 2012

SMA Negeri 3 Semarang

1st Runner Up | Bank Indonesia Palangkaraya

\Sayembara Desain Bank Indonesia Palangkaraya 2016

Videshiiya Studio: Russelin Edhyati | Niniek Febriany | Stephanus Theo | Antya Sulistyo | Ardianti Savitri Anggiasari | Dika Ardi Irawan

Honorable Mention (Top 20) |Proposal | Museum of Capi-

talism | Endless Loop of Seeking Freedom \Museum of Capitalism Competition Niniek Febriany | Stephanus Theodorus Suhendra | Dika Ardi Irawan

Selected Awards | Autotomy | Bamboo Village in Fujian \AIM Bamboo Architecture Competition for the Village of Rural Makers Niniek Febriany | Dika Ardi Irawan | Winda Andini Sugianto

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014

Lecturer Assistant of Architecture Design Studio 2 Department of Architecture, Universitas Gadjah Mada 2015

Lecturer Assistant of Basic Aesthetic Department of Architecture, Universitas Gadjah Mada JAN | FEB - 2015

Architectural Intern in RAW Architecture Principle: Realrich Sjarief Jakarta, ID MAR | DEC - 2015

Architectural Intern in CV Wasnadipta

EXHIBITION JUNE | 2014

Bamboo ExplorAction Exhibition \“Long Span Bamboo Architecture Workshop” Sidney University Australia and Universitas Gadjah Mada Hall Department of Architecture UGM, Yogyakarta, ID APRIL | 2015

Wiswakharman Expo 2015 \Anual Architecture UGM Student Exhibition Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, ID

Yogyakarta, ID

JAN | JUNE - 2016

Architectural Design Team (full time) in Videshiiya Studio Yogyakarta, ID

JUNE | AUG - 2016

Sub-Team Coordinator in KKN-PPM UGM 2016 BBL 04 (Community Services in Lalang Vilage, East Belitong, ID

JAN | MAR - 2017

Assistant for Yurina Rahmanisa

Singapore, SG \part-time, remote work\ SEPT | OCT - 2017

Assistant Landscape Architect in AT9 Design Sdn. Bhd. Selangor, Malaysia

NOV 2017 - Recent

Architectural Designer PT MISC Indonesia Yogyakarta, ID

ACTIVITY AND EXPERIENCE \Keluarga Mahasiswa Teknik Arsitektur | Student Council (Division of Human Resource) | 2013-2014 \Jam Session JUTAP 2012 (Division of Event, Coordinator) \50th Ulang Tahun Jurusan Teknik Arsitektur dan Perencanaan | (Division of Decoration) \Wiswakharman Expo 2013 - Architecture Exhibition (Division of Event) \PPSMB Fakultas Teknik 2013 - Engineering Faculty Orientation Week (Division of Event) \SKALA 52 - Freshman Orientation Week 2013 (Division of Event) \Wiswakharman Expo 2014 - Architecture Exhibition (Division of Event, Coordinator In Chief, Steering Comitee) \PPSMB Fakultas Teknik 2014 - Engineering Faculty Orientation Week (Division of Event) \Bamboo Exploraction 2014 - Int. Bamboo Workshop, UGM Sydney Uni (Head of Student Comitee) \Sleman Fashion Festival 2015 - Steering Committee (Division of Event, Coordinator) \Pecha Kucha Night Capter Yogyakarta | 2016 - now (TEAM)

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The difference between good and bad architecture is the time you spend on it

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COMPETITION AUTOTOMY

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BANK INDONESIA PALANGKARAYA

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ACADEMIC WORK(S) MERAPI CULTURAL MUSEUM

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.co WORK Yogyakarta is one of three cities that became central to the growth of creative industries in Indonesia beside Jakarta and Bandung (Kemenkraf in Koestantia, 2014). As an art and cultural city, Yogyakarta known for their creativity in preserving the heritage of the country through various breakthroughs ways. Art and culture in Yogyakarta placed as an integral part of society. As a facility to support the development of creative economy in Yogyakarta, coworking space is expected to become interaction space among fellow activists of creative industries to spur the creativity of its users. Co-working space can also be integrated with Taman Kuliner Condongcatur area and may pose a symbiotic mutualism between them. In the design process, there are three main concept design on this development of the design, namely: creative interaction space, supreeme based design, and integrated space by space. Final Project Studio with score A- (8 credits) Site: Taman Kuliner Condongcatur, Yogyakarta, ID Academic Supervisor: Syam Rachma Marcillia, S.T., M.Eng., Ph.D.

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EVENT SPACE FUNCTION/ PUBLIC PARK COWORKING SPACE AREA

EVENT AREA

EVENT AREA

SUPPORTING FUNCTION

SUPPORTING FUNCTION

ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT

FOOD KIOSK AREA

CREATIVE KIOSK AREA

SLITTED CIRCULATION, THERE IS NO INTEGRATION WITH TAMKUL AREA

SLITTED CIRCULATION, THERE IS NO INTEGRATION WITH TAMKUL AREA

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PUBLIC AREA OF COWORKING SPACE

CREATIVE KIOSK AREA

RE-DESIGN NEW GATE CREATING SIRCULATION INTEGRATION WITH TAMKUL AREA

RE-DESIGN NEW GATE CREATING SIRCULATION INTEGRATION WITH TAMKUL AREA


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entrance to coworking space as a public space

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CREATIVE DIMENSION site, respon, technology

public space, event space, icon, commercial space, coworking space

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CREATIVE INTERACTION SPACE SUPREEME BASED DESIGN

PROCESS Proses kreatif

Dorongan motivasi dari dalam / luar

Hasil baru / elaborasi

Interior, Workspace

Brainstorm, Workshop

See through open plan space

Showcase dan r. pameran

rent office, workshop, colaboration lab, meeting space, creative industry center

standard, theory BUILDING FUNCTION

INTERACTION

BUILDING CONTEXT

SPACE FLEXIBILITY

STARTING POINT 1 BUILDING SHAPE AND FORM HI!

INTERACTION HI!

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3 STARTUP CELLS GROWING HI!

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Katalisator kreativitas individu

INTEGRATED SPACE BY SPACE

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AUTOTOMY Bamboo is an underestimated material but actually its strength is comparable to steel. If we treat bamboo properly, there are millions of possibility happened by using this material: 1. The local population will be involved as a part of construction process. 2. By building the village with their own hands, the locals will have the sense of belonging 3. The building designed to be easily assembled in a workforce mostly illiterate. 4. Bamboo is an extremely powerful material, but people keep underestimating it because of its image as the “poor man’s timber”. Other issue of this competition is ecotourism. Ecotourism has become one of the fastest-growing sectors of the tourism industry, growing annually by 10–15% worldwide. One definition of ecotourism is the practice of low-impact, educational, ecologically and culturally sensitive travel that benefits local communities and host countries. Unfortunately, the ecotourism practice has been shifted into a trend towards the commercialization of tourism schemes disguised as sustainable, nature based, and environmentally friendly ecotourism, blurring definition between the real eco-tourism and the pseudo one. These schemes are environmentally destructive, economically exploitative, and culturally insensitive at its worst. They are also morally disconcerting because they mislead tourists and manipulate their concerns towards the environment.

AIM Bamboo Architecture Competition for the Village of Rural Makers 2016 AUTOTOMY by Videshiiya Studio with Niniek Febriany, Winda Andhini

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BANK INDONESIA PALANGKARAYA Indonesia is very well known for its forest. Getting nick names such as “paru-paru dunia” (the lungs of the world) making Indonesia part of International agenda of sustaining global environment. Earning such hyperbolic nick name isn’t a mere hoax either since Indonesia promised to contributes up to 45% of Borneo island in 2012. Bank Indonesia Palangkaraya located at the capital city of Central Borneo province. Tried to reach the high expectation, the design apply strategy such as: Using as minimum area as possible for the building and effectively manage its landscape while at the same time maintaining their own local identity and promoting modest and modern tropical architecture. The design adopt the philosophy of Huma Betang (Traditional house of Ingenious Dayak tribe in Central Borneo), bringing ideas of living in harmony and peace between people and the environment. The design doesn’t stop there, it also promotes the icon and re-interpretation of local symbolism such as Dayak shields geometry integrated as rhythms of the facade.

Bank Indonesia Palangkaraya by Videshiiya Studio with Russelin Edhyati | Niniek Febriany | Stephanus Theo | Antya Sulistyo | Ardianti Savitri Anggiasari | Winda Andhini c

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ENDLESS LOOP OF SEEKING FREEDOM The museum designed on a deconstructed manner— as the language of a “willingness to face naked facts” of the capitalism. Deconstructivism took a confrontational stance to architectural history, wanting to “disassemble” architecture. It is opposed the order and form is often deformed. The design deconstructs the archetype of the museum and renders its spaces and structure with conflict and difference; resulting the dissected forms and content, and viewed from different perspectives simultaneously. To exhibit each country potential, we are clustering the non-capitalist countries into ocean (rich of ocean and coastal resources) and land (rich of land and labor resources), while the proclaimed capitalist countries are in one group. The natural relation of each country and the museum expressed through vernacular. This vernacularization of each museum likewise rescues it from pure commodity by suggesting its organic, naturally evolving, and “naked” relationship to the user. Each museum will use local materials to reintroduce the varieties of domestic product and enhance its genius loci. The construction will benefit the local employment and equality of wealth distribution, and by any means, promote their construction knowledge. In addition, to connect the museum and its city context, the exhibition space orientated to the regionally acclaimed industrial, political, and social places.

Museum of Capitalism Competition 2016 Endless Loop of Seeking Freedom by Videshiiya Studio with Stephanus Theodorus, Niniek Febriany

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MERAPI CULTURAL MUSEUM Museum as a reflection of ideas or ideas derived from the human mind to realize a harmonious architecture among aspects - aspects of life that is socio-cultural, environmental, economic to political. As a result of manifestation of human thought in the form of ideas that can develop according to technological development but still maintain the locality of Merapi. Museum as reflection of Mount Merapi not only physycally but also Moeunt Merapi as a culture itself. And we could see this museum as one whole harmony between design, nature, culture, and future. “Living harmony, with nature, culture, and future�

Thematic Architecture Design Studio 1 Studio Advisor: Prof. Ir. T. Yoyok Wahyu Subroto, M.Eng., Ph.D. Site: Dusun Boyong, Desa Hargobinangun, Pakem, Yogyakarta


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Gunungan is a shadow puppet shaped mountains and their contents. As reflection a whole nature and world. Gunungan represent the state of the world and its contents.

Gunungan transformed into geometric shapes as a reflection of gunungan itself.

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Conceptually, our traditional buildings have parts like feet, body and head. The head of the gate is cute off.

As the result, the transformation of gapura will has the mountain merapi as a head of itself. It represent the harmony of new building with merapi mountain that reflect nature, culture, and future of the area.

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View Deck Rooftop

Rooftop with greenroof is used as an open area for view deck, as well as one of the elements of harmonization with the surrounding contour condition.

Sky deck as access to the arboretum, serves as a natural viewdeck around. The material uses natural potential material around using bamboo laminate.

Exhibition Area Fac Arboretum Merapi

Arboretum, artiď€ cial garden containing vegetationvegetation around Merapi, as well as plants typical of Merapi. As Nature's Reection Image.

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Cosmological Zone

smological Zone as a reection back to God, manifested in a way appreciate God's creation. Gratitude God's pleasure by admiring ery creation, one of which is the natural surroundings. Cosmology area has 360o view to enjoy the natural beauty around the site especially Mount Merapi.

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Gunungan as a building gate as well as a landmark. The theme is futuristic, and is a transformation of the trowulan temple, gunungan mountains that have meaning as the embodiment of natural harmony, especially nature of Merapi.

Front Gate Landscape

The recipient's landscape as the ď€ rst area visited by the visitor is designated as a receiving zone, accentuating the surrounding natural materials. In the lobby area before entering the museum, visitors will pass the area that jutted in with anked by two ponds, this area is intended to cause a magestic impression on the museum building.

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Legend 1. Main Lobby 2. Physical Zone 3. Hierarchy Zone 4. Art Zone 5. Future Zone 6. Travelator (Hollow Zone) 7. Cosmological Zone 8. Sky Deck 9. Arboretum Merapi 10. Educational Zone 11. Receiving Area 12. Motorcycle Parking 13. Car Parking 14. Amphiteater

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EXPENDABLE CONTAINER HOUSE In the evolution of design world, architects are required to invent new innovations every time. The new innovation is used to solve problems that rush up parallel with development of the world. One of the innovations of evolution design world is a modular architecture method that evolve to prefabrication architecture. Prefabrication architecture has a several advantages such as sustainability, efficiency, and economical aspects. One of the example is using container as a modular aspect in design process. It called container architecture. Container that originally used for transportation, can be used as an alternative solution of urban problems, for supply a livable building that efficient, economic, and sustainable.

Final Exam Basic Design Development of Housing Instructor: Ir. Didik Kristiadi, M.L.A., M.A.U.D. Site: Pogung Kidul, Sleman, ID


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Bregada Hotel designed to respond with the existing context in Yogyakarta. Located on the main road of Jalan Mangkubumi, for that existing design should still pay attention to the features of existing area. Therefore the design of the facade floor 1 and 2 follow the guideline Mangkubumi area so that the existence of hotel bregada remain in harmony with the surrounding tread conditions but still can stand out. For that tower design is designed very different from the design characters around the site. This creates a contrast that remains unity with the surrounding environment.

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Architecture Design Studio 5 Studio Advisor: Ir. M. Santosa M.S Site: Jalan Mangkubumi, Yogyakarta, ID


YOGYAKARTA FASHION RETAIL Yogyakarta as a tourism city is no doubt for its existence. Not only as a tourism city but Jogja is also famous as one of the creative city in Indonesia. One of the creative industry that exist in Jogja is fashion, and it need some space to acomodate the development of fashion industry. Yogyakarta Fashion Retail is designed with a dynamic facade for as a reflection of the fashion world that continues to evolve from time to time.

Architecture Design Studio 4 Studio Advisor: Ir. Ikaputra, M.Eng., Ph.D. Site: Gowongan Kidul, Yogyakarta, ID

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PROFESSIONAL WORK Contain my work as a designer at various firm, inside and outside studio. As my way to learning about architecture and it’s world outside of my academic activities. As one of the other way to improve my skills, as well as looking for new experiences every day. “The greatest enemy of learning is knowing.” - John Maxwell


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HOUSE NG House NG tries to collaborate modern architecture with touch and sensation of traditional living. Promoting Nusantara architecture, the house applies limasan roof to transport rain water easily, larve overhangs-cantilever to shades people from direct daylight. The design concludes of large porch, join living-dining-kitchen area to celebrate the joy of eastern communal living. Every bedroom faces open space outside so that every occupants could easily access clean air and daylight. Terrace surrounds the house, projecting flexible event space in the future. Decent space spared on each side of the building and large windows welcome every daylight and facilitate air circulation to flow and cross ventilating. Traditional and tropical living merge into humble architecture of nusantara. In this project i’m responsible on translateing concept into design of this house, and doing architectural drawing. Also, i’m doing the interior design of this house.

Project Type: Architecture Loc: Yogyakarta, ID Year: 2016 Designer(s) : Videshiiya Studio in Charge : Russelin Edhyati, Dika Ardi Irawan

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INTERIOR SINOM HOMSTAY Sinom Hostel is one of my project in interior design. I am responsible for the design of every single piece of furniture. The client want some fusion of traditional and modern clean look with timber and steel as the main material of the room. I choose some tegel kunci pattern for the traditional element and keep the ambiance clean using white color as the modern look.

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Project Type: Interior Design Loc: Magelang, ID (On Progress) Year: 2017 Architecture Designer : Annisa P. Cinderakasih Interior Designer: Dika Ardi Irawan

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CONTAINER ARCHITECTURE: INDOMOBIL SHOWROOM

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Located at Jl. Pantai Indah Selatan, North Jakarta. With measured land area 54300 sqm. Propose a unique new concept of container showroom and car repair shoop in one cluster. Idea of this design is seeing the potential of shipping containers as modular building components in architecture and green prefabrication building design lowcost structure. Project Type: Architecture Proposal Loc: Jakarta, ID Year: 2015 Designer : RAW Architecture Principal: Realrich Sjarief Designer Team: Bambang Priyono [Head Technical], Miftahuddin Nurdayat, Jovita Lisyani, Dika Ardi Irawan (Intern)

BUS RAPID TRANSIT STATION AT KARACHI, AFGHANISTAN he Building consists of module of arched roof and minaret as signage tower inspired from the local building resembling the identity of Karachi. The arched room is opened by linear light well responding to air stacking effect allowing hot air circulates to the outside. The layout is opened as the functional principle developed from the intense discussion with Transport engineer, Government and the architect to gather solution responding genius loci of the city.

Project Type: Architecture Proposal Loc: Karachi, Afghanistan Year: 2015 Designer : RAW Architecture Principal: Realrich Sjarief Design Team: Bambang Priyono [Head Technical], Miftahuddin Nurdayat, Jovita Lisyani Exterior Rendering: Dika Ardi Irawan

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HOTEL KEMANG Project Type: Architecture Proposal Loc: Jakarta, ID Year: 2015 Designer : RAW Architecture Principal: Realrich Sjarief Designer Team: Bambang Priyono [Head Technical], Miftahuddin Nurdayat, Jovita Lisyani, Dika Ardi Irawan (Intern) Rendering: Dika Ardi Irawan

JANNA KOFFIE Project Type: Facade Design Client: Janabadra Loc: Yogyakarta, ID Year: 2015 Designer : CV Wasnadipta Principal: Gatot Suprihadi Architect: Rizky Raharja Designer in charge: Dika Ardi Irawan Rendering: Dika Ardi Irawan

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JANNA KOFFIE INTERIOR Project Type: Interior Design Client: Janabadra Loc: Yogyakarta, ID Year: 2015 Designer : CV Wasnadipta Principal: Gatot Suprihadi Architect: Rizky Raharja Designer in charge: Dika Ardi Irawan Rendering: Bagus Restuadi

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In the process of completing this portfolio, I see myself as a person that still need to learn. Not only formal study but also a learn about life, about architecture. Because of that i promissed myself to always improving my skill and my personality, to be a better, and better person. Like John Maxwell said that “The greatest enemy of learning is knowing” , then I will always learn something like I haven’t know about that thing so I never be satisfied with what I have now. Thank you for reading my portfolio. Regards, Dika Ardi Irawan.

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Dika Ardi Irawan http://bit.do/dikardi dikaardi@loutlook.com +62 81 225 205 305

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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO  

Architecture Portfolio - Dika Ardi Irawan Bachelor of Engineering (in Architecture) Universitas Gajah Mada, Faculty of Engineering. Indones...

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO  

Architecture Portfolio - Dika Ardi Irawan Bachelor of Engineering (in Architecture) Universitas Gajah Mada, Faculty of Engineering. Indones...

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