FARIS RAJAK KOTAHATUHAHA P O R T F O L I O
FARIS RAJAK KOTAHATUHAHA Ambon, March 18th 1990
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2012 - present Airmas Asri, Jakarta, Indonesia Architect (2015-present) Developes the concept to construction drawing. Coordinates with other consultants, and relevant stakeholders to execute the project. Architectural designer (2012-2014) Assists architect, mainly working on concept design to get projectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s proposal approved. Maintains concept design, presentation and modelling througout Schematic and Design Development phase.
Airmas Asri 2017 Green Sedayu Mall, Taman Palem (under construction) PT. Agung Sedayu Group Jakarta, Indonesia 2016 Citra Bagya City PT. Ciputra Development Tbk Medan, Indonesia 2015 - 2016 Astra Biz Center (Completed) Site area : 62.107 sqm Total GFA : 292.268 sqm Phase 1 Showroom & Office lowrise 39.057 sqm Phase 1B Office 64.000 sqm - 32 Storeys Phase 2 28 Storey Office 82.000 sqm 3 Tower Apartment @ 29.070 sqm - 32 storeys PT. Astra International Tbk BSD, Indonesia 2014 Sedayu City Site : 191.818 sqm Total GFA : 693.472 sqm 18 Tower Apartment 15.931 sqm - 32 storeys 6 Tower Apartment 36.000 sqm - 40 storeys Mall 29.700 sqm - 3 storeys PT. Agung Sedayu Group Jakarta, Indonesia 2012 - 2013 Baranangsiang Mixed Use Site Area : 21.632 sqm Total GFA : 99,276 sqm Mall 56.062 sqm - 6 storeys Terminal 17.351 sqm Hotel 9.932 sqm - 20 storeys Apartment 15.931 sqm - 20 storeys Trivo Group Bogor, Indonesia
2011-2012 Buana Mansion (Housing Development) Architect (6 Months) Prepared all design drawing including the concept to construction drawing thoroughly, and also site supervision.
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2011 BC+A Ateliers Lighting Design (Bayuaji Cook & Associates Ateliers Affiliates) (3 Months) Assist designer to develop the design in drafting the detail drawing especially in lighting design.
PROFESSIONAL WORKS Airmas Asri 2017- present Thamrin Nine (under construction) Site Area : 49.494,76 sqm Phase 2 Total GFA : 137.032,41 sqm Total 61 Storey 6 Storey Basement 5 Storey Retail 10 Storey Hotel 37 Storey Office 10 Storey Apartment PT. Putragaya Wahana Jakarta, Indonesia
COMPETITION & RESEARCH
AWARD & PUBLICATION
Airmas Asri 2012 Educity Residence (Completed) Site Area : 22.367 sqm Total GFA : 184.199 sqm PT. Pakuwon Jati Tbk Surabaya, Indonesia
2017 Jenjang, Yayasan Badan Wakaf UII, Yogyakarta Islamic Unversity of Indonesia & IAI design competition Result : Top 14 - final stage 2017 Agra Geripah, Bandung West Java Art & Cultural Center design competition
Buana Mansion 2011 - 2012 Buana Mansion Property Tangerang, Indonesia
2016 Kriss Kross , Suncheon, South Korea Suncheon Art Platform Design Competition Result : Runner-Up group, Selected project for Publish
BC+A Ateliers 2011 Le Meridien Saigon Saigon, Vietnam 2011 Al Faisaliah Convention Centre Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
SKILLS Sketchup Vray render Revit Autocad Adobe Photoshop Lumion Adobe Premiere Rhino CorelDraw Adobe Indesign MS Office Gimp Inkscape
2015 2nd Winner Asean Secretariat Building Design Competition 2015 Kriss Kross Suncheon Art Platform Competition Book South Korea. 2014
Autotrof Oasis Self Sufficient Habitat Book publish by IAAC, Spain
2015 Floating Salawaku, Ambon, Indonesia FUTURARC PRIZE 2016 Competition Result : Final Stages
Academic Achievement Student Dept of Architecture Islamic University of Indonesia.
2015 Unity in Diversity, Jakarta ASEC (ASEAN Secretariat Building) Competition Result : 2ND WINNER
EDUCATION BACKGROUND & WORKSHOP
Coral Line, St. Monica Beach, California, USA LAGI (Land Art Generator Initiatively) Competition Result : Selected Project for Publish
Coral Line Powering Place Book publish by Prestel.
2014 Red Carpet Pavilion, Milan AC-CA (Architectural Competition Concours dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Architecture) Milan World Expo Pavilion 2013
Autotrof Oasis, Sahara Desert IAAC (Institute of Advanced Architecture Catalonia) Self Sufficient Habitat Competition Result : Selected Project for Publish IAAC Book
2012 Vertical Kampung, Jakarta CTBUH (Council on Tall Building & Urban Habitat) Why Tall Competition
2007 - 2012 Islamic University of Indonesia, Yogyakarta Bachelor of Architecture (GPA 3,65) Cumlaude Predicate 2014 Revit Architecture, by AUTODESK Building Information Modelling (BIM) Implementation LANGUAGE
S E L E C T E D
P R O J E C T
ASTRA BIZ CENTER MASTERPLAN Project
Astra Biz Centre Type
Mixed Use Showroom, Workshop, Office, Apartment Location
BSD City, South Tangerang, Indonesia Client
PT. Astra In ternational , TBK Year
2013 - 2017 completed
hen man-made meets natureâ&#x20AC;?. When automotive business becoming the magnet to developing another land use, office and residential (future development). Vertical program especially in showroom design. Put the workshop below the showroom, but creating the workshop at the basement level, to feels like groundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s atmoshere. Maximizing the rest of the land for office, and then residential. Mixed in continous configuration.
BUILDING AS AN ORGANIC MACHINE
stra Biz Centre is a â&#x20AC;&#x153;giant organicsâ&#x20AC;?. It show an attemp to unite nature with people and technology. Astra Biz Centre integrates showroom, workshop, and offices in a single complex. The machine-related business related to this complex is balanced by open spaces, pedestrian facilities, and a
large public plaza with greeneries at its courtyard. The combination is so conceived to allow natural air circulation. Even the workshop in the basement level are designed to have a lot of openings. The openings allow residue produced by au-
ASMO 3 - Daihatsu, Peugeot, Isuzu
tomotive services at the workshops to get out freely before getting neutralized by vegetation. All these allow the public plaza to have good air comfort.
Design wise, the spatial arrangement of Astra Biz Centre provides a rather wide distance from the main road, hence creating a wide pedetrian plaza. This pedestrian area is a transitional space from the street into the showroom and prompts
Building section , showing the spatial connection to the lower ground level
The linear orientation of the building in relation to the main road of Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) makes Astra Biz Centre as an urban window. There is connectivity between the swohroom and the passersby who are able to see the showroomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s display. Here, Interaction does not only entail inter-human relations. It is also about relation between people and object related to the project.
Design wise, the spatial arrangement of Astra Biz Centre provides a rather wide distance from the main road, hence creating a wide pedetrian plaza. This pedestrian area is a transitional space from the street into the showroom and prompts various activities. The linear orientation of the building in relation to the main road of Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) makes Astra Biz Centre as an urban window. There is connectivity between the swohroom and the passersby who are able to see the showroom’s display. Here, Interaction does not only entail inter-human relations. It is also about relation between people and object related to the project. A spacious open space is designed to attract visitors of the Astra Biz Centre to gather, interact and carry out various activities. The center of this open spcae is a plaza surrounded by showrooms of Honda, AFFCO, and Toyota. The scale of this particular area offers a more public character. In the middle of this plaza, there is a sunken plaza of AFFCO which functions as an exhibition area. The area is also a point of people’s gathering. The placing of the spaces interaction here with, results in integration between open public space and tenant’s showrooms. Overall the open space is located on the complex’s east side, hence providing a comfortable situasion during the day and evening. The Astra Biz Centre is conceived not only as an ordinary complex of workshops, showrooms and office, but also as a place for interaction and creativeness for South Tangerang. Astra Biz Centre is designed as a centre of community for automotive enthusiasts. As such, the areas at the project are designed as integrated and synergized with one another. It does not only focus on one particular automotive brand. It also allows a number of automotive brands to create activities and attraction at BSD. The “Organic Machine” determines the curvilinear shape of the roof. It is formed by stell frames that are supported by concrete columns. The heights of each building is kept with the surrounding houseing complexes as the form of interaction with its surroundings. The complex’s materials are dominated by various stones, especially on the landscape and wall surfaces. In some parts of the complex, glass and aluminium combination is applied. All these are combined with the presence of natural lights.
Natural light along the workshop at semi basement
GREEN HARMONY Project
Baranangsiang City Site Area : 21.632 sqm Total GFA : 99,276 sqm Mall 56.062 sqm - 6 storeys Terminal 17.351 sqm Hotel 9.932 sqm - 20 storeys Apartment 15.931 sqm - 20 storeys Type
Mixed Use Terminal, Shopping Mall, Hotel, Apartment Location
Bogor, Indonesia Client
PT. Pancakarya Griyatama Year
ixed used with most complex problem because of the diiverse of business importance. Colaboration between goverment and private parties. Revitalization of the existing bus terminal, then
increasing the land value. Located in Bogor, which is known as â&#x20AC;&#x153;rainy cityâ&#x20AC;?, due to high rainfall figures. The mixed use design considering that aspects, fin along the facade expecially for residential. Then break the space between indoor and outdoor, with putting some terrace in front of the facade with special treatment.
SEDAYU CITY Project
Sedayu City Type
Mixed Use Apartment, Lifestyle, Retail Location
Kelapa Gading, Jakarta, Indonesia Client
Agung Sedayu Group Year
esigning a masterplan of new city for residential need at north Jakarta. The challenge is to designing good pattern
of city, good infrastructure planning for big number of residences. Masterplan is integrated landscape design, public space and public facilities along the city, to connecting people and built the good atmosphere of social life. Privately Owned Public Space becoming main concept in this proposed development. All the citizen have their own citywalk along the site. The linear public space become downtown walk for whole citizen.
CITRA INDAH MALL Project
Citra Indah Outdoor Mall Site Area : 39.800 sqm Total GFA : 40.636 sqm Type
Mall, Lifestyle Location
Jonggol, Indonesia Client
Ciputra Development Tbk Year
he biggest challenge in the design of this mall is its site that extends to the west, where in tropical climates buildings with this type of mass is greatly avoided.
so the design must also successfully bring the outdoor atmosphere, but with appropriate thermal considerations, thereby lowering the heat temperature to achieve thermal comfort.
BIM IMPLEMENTATION REVIT ARCHITECTURE project
Kensington Residence Type
Kelapa Gading, Jakarta Client
PT. Summarecon Agung Tbk. Year
Design Development - Tower Standard
Developing the design, especially in this tower. In collaboration with the revit team on workshare system. Worksets & sharing file with integrated system.
C O M P E T I T I O N S
ASEAN SECRETARIAT BUILDING 2nd WINNER Type
nity In Diversity, becoming the main concept of this building. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s define the pluralism of the Southeast Asia nations. But its unite by the vision and similarity between each Nation. The architectural intervention combined the tropical architecture concept with modern
concept. The natural ventilation exactly injected to the whole common corridor, lift lobby, main laobby, and another common areas. The only using of Air Conditioner is inside the office building. The natural ventilation mainly using the huge void inside the building, and it continous to the roof, and covered by skylight, but create a gp between void and skylight, so it make the natural vantilation work well for the building.
SUNCHEON ART PLATFORM
RUNNER UP GROUP Type
Art, Culture, Gallery Location
Suncheon, South Korea Year
The City of 700 Years of History
he historycal trails around the city of Suncheon are abundant yet they haven’t received enought spotlight in order for people to appreciate them. Currently, major tourist spots of Suncheon are dispersed around the site of the Art Platform at varoius distances. They are divided into three substantial types. Historical (Naganeupsong Folk Village, Yeonja-Ru, etc), Modern (Open Film set, Art Gallery, etc), and Ecological. (Suncheonman Bay National Garden, Wetland Reserve, etc). These establishments created
a converging movement of various individuals carrying out their activities across the streets of Suncheon as they continue writing the history of Suncheon. There are two actors operatong at the city of Suncheon; the Inhabitant & the Visitor. These two work side by side, complementing each other in the progress. Thus, reflecting the spirit of Taeguk that corresponds to the National Flag. The Ecological City’s potential as a top tourist destination is architecturally encouraged by nurturing the local resident’s creative culture and historical awareness. This way both party will simultaneously benefit Suncheon’s existence as creative eco-city. Whether for the people who live htere or visitors who came to observe and travel, this is Kriss Kross! at Suncheon. A place where the historical, ecological, and modern culture of Suncheon finds each other and revives the artistic and social spirit of the city. Nature Guidelines
Outsider’s vantage point
The road to nature
Integrated Social Space The public space is arranged with concern of having various architectural experiences while keepinh true to each and every function. Being a rendezvous point for diverse individual and activitieas, the experience is oriented toward the process of entering a space, whther as a local or a visitor, all intended for a proper appreciation of the architectural programs. Multiple open spaces with different treatment were established to encourage a process of architecrture meeting its user while fostering some kind of a relationship that benefits each other. The community developed from these interactions will contribute to the color of Suncheonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future history. The New Yeonja-Ru Located at the main entrance with connection to the riverwalk, the New Yeonja-Ru is a monumental gesture of historical appreciation, while serving the public needs of interactive space. The ground floor is cafetaria, as an extention of the central market and supports the function of the art center. Upstairs is an art gallery for exhibiting the aspects of the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s past life.
LAND ART GENERATOR INITIATIVELY PUBLISHED BY PRESTEL at POWERING PLACE BOOK Type
Sculpture, Renewable Energy Location
St. Monica Beach, California Year
Lets keep the coral floral It’s a marine life’s habitat, Support a large number of marine organism of which require nutrients for development, growth, & survival. And serves as physical buffer for ocean waves and current. We present you, CORALLINE A reminder of a beautiful yet fragile coral point absorber wave energy converted (inverted) 1,000 MW/h annual capacity
EXPERIENCE For years, people who came to Santa Monica enjoy the empty Ocean view from the Pier or from the Ferris Wheel. How about if we give something different? How about give the people Ferris Wheel and city view from the ocean? And if that too much, why just enjoy the view from the beach of the new beautiful sculpture on Santa Monica Ocean? It will be a wonderful public space on the daylight and beautiful light attraction in the evening. CONCEPT Wave Energy Coralline use wave energy as a primary concept. From the other renewable energy resources, wave energy is stabil. Wave energy can gather and transfer large amounts of energy extremely efficiently. It is clean and sustainable. Coralline uses modified power buoy as energy storage system. The traditional system of buoy wave energy has three main part in its body: float assembly on the ocean, spar, and heave flat on the ocean floor. This system have many disadvantage, such as: 1. Change natural ocean habitat and less efficient. Some expert believe wave energy arrays will creating new and different habitat types. In one case, during 2005 and 2006 summer in US, about 150 kg of organisms were estimated to have been attached to a single 3 metre diameter buoy. This may initially appear a cause for concern, in terms of the equipmentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; efficiency. 2. Wave energy arrays will introduce many large, hard structures on ocean floor. 3. Underwater noise from construction and operation. 4. The occasionally dislodges from anchors and any further navigation difficulties. 5. Torn apart during violent storms at sea and it is unattractive.
Upside down Power Buoy In Coralline we propose a modified power buoy, an upside down power buoy. A normal power buoy put its generator and spar under water, but this time we draw the generator and spar above the water surface, leave only float assembly on the water. We want to create a clean ocean floor, with minimum intervention. There are 305 power buoy that tie together above the ocean, So, there are no wires, spars and many generators under the water, except the core to support the power buoy. ENERGY ESTIMATION For buoy specification; • The diameter of each float is 2.7 m. • Spar diameter is 1.0 m. • Height variations from 20 m to 70m. • Each buoy has 80% availability of power capacity or around 8400 Wh/day, it is means “Coralline” with 305 buoy in it, produce around 2562 kW/day. • Payload peak power up to 3kW peak power to load; 7.500 W • Zero wave day capacity is 100 W load for two weeks.
Coral Literally, Coralline is amount of power buoys, put together in one sculpture. Coralline stands for coral and line (energy line), energy line that takes a coral shape. Why coral? Corals are major contributors to the physical structure of the coral reefs that develop in tropical and subtropical waters. Coral reef frameworks can serve as physical buffers for ocean waves and currents. As waves pass over a reef structure, their energy can be reduced by 7595% which can lessen their impact as they reach the shore. Based on that fact, we want to create another function beside a power buoy and sculpture, that function is a break water to support the old break water. Furthermore, coral itself is a symbol of life. Begin with a coral, turn into coral reef, fish species that live in the outer seas use the reefs as places to spawn and raise their fry. Coral reefs are described as the tropical forests of the ocean, providing shelter and spawning grounds to a wide range of ocean life, coral reefs serve an important role in the marine ecosystem. Therefore, with Coralline , we want to make a meaningful artwork, the symbol of life, a beautiful reminder for everyone to keep our planet, to respect our mother earth. Environmental Impact Coralline has better improvement than conventional power bouy. With minimize machine intervention on ocean floor and under water, we minimize the changing of natural ecosistem. Clear ocean floor make some activities like diving become possible. Power buoy also works as a barrier (like a break water).
WEST JAVA ART & CULTURAL CENTER
Art center, Gallery, Location
West Java, Indonesia Year
LEGEND 1. MAIN DROP OFF 2. SUNKEN PLAZA 3. POND 4. AMPHITHEATRE 5. CHALKBOARD 6. PEDESTRIAN PLAZA 7. PUBLIC PLAZA 8. PARK 9. HALL OF FAME 10. MAIN BUILDING 11. SUNKEN PLAZA 12 RETAIL 13. HOTEL 14. HOTEL FACILITIES 15. SWIMMING POOL
YAYASAN BADAN WAKAF UII
TOP 14 Type
Office, Mosque Location
Yogyakarta, Indonesia Year
UII has been through the dynamics of a long historical journey as educational institutions, learning, and dakwah space. Based on this Conventional office
long history, the building of YBW UII strives to be present as a visual
identity that can illustrate the spirit of UII’s struggle. In the design, visual identity is presented in the form of a ladder. The journey of UII institution in the future is likened to the level that always needs to be treaded towards the goodness and higher degree in the presence of Allah SWT.
LANDSCAPE Landscape design is the depiction of the relation, the relationship between humans with each other and humans with the creator. Each side-oriented court as a picture of human relationships with each other. Upper-oriented steps define the image of human relationships with the Creator. Man should continue to climb, raising his life higher for a higher purpose. MASS The mass of terraces is inspired by UII’s vision as “rahmatan lil alamin”, ie each step must be in a better direction and a higher degree. Then the mass is cut in stair with a silhouette that resembles a triangle.
The mosque and the facility are The building is divided into the most
The building is cut to form a ter-
The building envelope forms a unity
The concept of “hablumminallah” is
under the ground of thought to be efficient and rational modules, both
race which functioned as INTER-
between human, nature, and archi-
realized in continuing the atrium of
easily accessible and open to as for parking and office functions.
ACTION SPACE. In the southern
the mosque, although it is located
many congregations as possible. This module then becomes the basic
part of the office building with ap-
The concept of “hablumminannas”
on the ground floor, but the contin-
Office as the main function of the geometry that is used as the main
propriate space requirements, it is
is created in this space.
uous void up, is a symbol of the im-
building above to be more private
left looming so as to get the best
portance of the mosque building in
view towards Mount Merapi in the
this office, as well as “reminder” to
always be close to the Creator.
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RAJAK KOTAHATUHAHA R T F O L I O