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Architecture + Design

PORTFOLIO ian anggabrata Selected works


// About me I’ll keep this nice and short, I recently graduated with a Bachelors of Design in Architecture from the University of Technology, Sydney, and also recently started my Masters degree in Architecture. However I have put these studies on hold believing the most beneficial next step for me right now would be to find experience and learn in a real world environment. I have been blessed with the opportunity to travel during my time away from studies, seeing the world in all its beauty and cultural differences but am now looking to go back into continuing to learn and grow in Architecture.

EDUCATION Masters in Architecture, University of Technology, Sydney

2017 -

Bachelor of Design in Architecture, University of Technology, Sydney Secondary Education, Sydney Technical Highschool

2013 - 2016

2007 - 2012

WORK Internship at Architectural Design Firm, BOBOS Design

2015

A two month internship, where I had the chance to experience an Architectural workplace environment, working on various projects ranging from residential to commercial. Offering to assist in a wide variety of roles and tasks, I took every opportunity to learn about Architectural Design as well as how a working environment operates.

Experience in hospitality and service, Math & English Tutoring, Private

Grill’d

2016 -

2013 - 2014

School Work Experience, Maroubra Junction Public School

2010

Various experience working and interacting with children both in a public school environment and one on one in a teaching environment.

SKILLS CAD, Proficient Rhino

Revit, Autocad

Design, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign Production, Physical modelling, Laser Cutting

OTHER Apply First Aid Course, Australian Red Cross Volunteering Work, SMASH! convention Volunteering Work, Oz Comic Con

2013

2015 - 2016

2015 - 2016

Volunteering Work, RSPCA Million Paws Walk

2015


00 Contents Integration

School of Architecture

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Relationality

Viral City : The Korean Bang

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Intervention

Working with Bamboo

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4 x 4 house

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Off planetary detention

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Photography

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Workshop Field World


INTEGRATION

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school of architecture The brief for this project is to redesign the UTS school of Architecture, to be known as “The School”. Looking for creativity and insight to imagine a ‘perfect school of Architecture’, the brief challenges students to rethink what a school of Architecture should be, physically, conceptually and organisationally, a potential glimpse into future ideals. Reflecting on both our own Architectural education at UTS as well as looking beyond our experiences,we consider different modes of teaching and learning as we propose what we consider to be an ideal Architectural design institute.


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The School is proposed as a community centre where taking on the values of social engagement and responsibility, is appropriated within the site context. Having primarily public programs, the school gives back to the community where a symbiotic relationship between the school and the society is formed; ultimately promoting the sharing and distribution or cultural, social and political knowledge through the Architectural medium. The two perpendicular planes of the building each present different spaces, one for open design studios and the other, fabrication and production spaces. Having these 2 distinct spaces in its perimeter, the production of work feeds into each other and what is produced flows outward towards the public square below.

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// fLOOR BUILDUP SUSPENDED CEILING MATERIAL COMPOSITION BEING GYPSUM BOARD WITH A CEILING KEEL ARRANGING THE GRID AS WELL AS BEARING THE LED LIGHT PANELS

ALL PRIMARY SERVICE SYSTEMS ARE LOCATED WITHIN BOTH THE SUSPENDED CEILING AND THE RAISED SERVICE FLOOR. THESE SYSTEM LINKS ARE ARRAYED TOWARDS THE PRIMARY SERVICE CORE AT THE CENTRE OF THE BUILDING PRECAST CONCRETE SLAB WITH PRECAST STEEL MESH EMBEDDED AS ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

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PRIMARY LIGHTING SYSTEM CONSISTING OF LED LIGHT PANELS ACTING AS A DROP CEILING LIGHTING SYSTEM WHICH ARE ARRANGED IN A CONSISTENT GRID PATTERN.

PROFILED STEEL DECKING EMBEDDED UNDERNEATH THE CONCRETE SLAB

INSULATION LOCATED IN BOTH SUSPENDED CEILING AS WELL AS IN AN EXTERIOR PERIMETER CASING ENCLOSE BY ALUMINIUM PANELS

LOUVRE BLINDS WITHIN INTERIOR WINDOW GLASS PANELS FOR ADDITIONAL CONTROL IN SUNIGHT SHADING

ACTIVE CHILLED BEAMS ACT AS PRIMARY HVAC SYSTEM LOCATED WITHIN SUSPENDED CEILING WITH SEPARATE PIPING FOR WATER AND AIR FLOOR ALSO LOCATED WITHIN THE CEILING. COOLING COIL PROVIDES COOL RETURN AIR WHILST IT ALSO DRAWS THE EXHAUST HEAT

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Studio spaces are open, flexible and transformable occupying the horizontal plane whilst the production facilities sit adjacently perpendicular allowing a distinct transition in space yet maintaining easy accessibility. Surrounding its perimeter is balcony space which can extend from within the studio spaces to the exterior.

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The top level of the building hosts the staff ofďŹ ces and has an open roof garden terrace. This replicates the building concept as a whole where the building spaces flow into its exterior garden spaces, connecting that idea of sharing ideas and knowledge with the public.

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viral city : the korean bang The Studio is based on the assertion that buildings are located within a network of relations. The consequence of such a claim is that it allows any one object - the building as object - to be understood as an after-effect of a network of relations. These relations deďŹ ne a given urban condition. However, these relations are neither ďŹ xed nor immutable. What emerges, with these interventions, is a new thinking of autonomy where the project reorganises relations, and redistributes common elements in the city of Seoul. This project examines notions of domesticity, work and leisure within the traditional Korean city. There is a clear shift through time in how these activities operate. Looking at the idea of Bang culture - the insertion of private spaces within more public ones - this project brings about a change within the once seprate and singular organisation of the systems of public and private space by transforming them into a network of connected spaces where domesticity, work and leisure are intwertwined. This ideology is used as the underlying system for an exhibition centre to be located within Seoul station.

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// BANG TYPOLOGY ‘Bang’, simply translated as ‘room’, has evolved into an urban culture within South Korea and Seoul. It arose from the density and micro-spatiality of seoul’s infrastructure where a lack of privacy, or private space led people to search for places and moments to get it. The strict and stressful work centred culture, getting the best education and the best job, defined social hierarchy in South Korea and thus also contributed to this search for a temporary ‘escape’ from the world.

SINGLE ROOM // PC BANG

SINGLE FLOOR w/ ROOMS // noraebang

RESIDENTIAL OFFICES / GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS COMMERCIAL / SHOPPING

BASEMENT w/ ROOMS // noraebang

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

PC BANG NORAEBANG JJIMJILBANG

WHOLE BUILDING WITH ROOMS // jjimjilbang “the bang is an incarnation of the room, the house and the city, but it does not belong to any of them... Instead the bang is in a constant state of metamorphosis to accomodate the banal but strict prototype of the building itself.”

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// Seoul’s spatial systems Looking at traditional notions of public space, the traditional Korean cities primarily had 2 modes of spaces. The city was mainly structured through main thoroughfares that stemmed from the central palace and this was used as a space where military and royalaty displayed their power publicly, hence becoming a space for controlled behaviour. On the otherhand, the traditional Korean house was the protected communal space where all social interaction happened. Seoul present day, the shift from the traditional Korean housing to high density apartments led to the creation of the ‘Bang’. Small private enclosed rooms where people go in search for privacy and social interaction, while public open spaces remained as spaces where controlled behaviour is necessary.

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SEOUL

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// ‘INTERNATIONAL’ ICC

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// TRaditional korean house

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// EXHIBITION GALLERIES // MEETING ROOMS // PLENARY SPACES

// SOCIAL INTERACTION

// seoul NETWORKS

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residence office building work bang residence

residence bang residence

residence sightseeing bang residence

// ICC VISITOR NETWORKS EXHIBITION VISITOR

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ticketing bar theatre event resting intermission bar theatre meeting exit

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Reception meeting ballroom event resting / breakaway bar meeting exit

local meetup

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// ICC VISITOR ACTIVATED NETWORKS In learning from the organisational logic of Seoul and the networks created from bang culture, activated networks can be created from the set up infrastructure of the rooms within the ICC depending on specďŹ c uses and individuals. Hence a multitude of networks can be established, each one unique and resulting in a constantly changing and morphing ICC where the activation of certain spaces at different times creates different circulation networks and programmatic connections

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// spatial scales Ground level floor plan showing the programmatic distribution between large scale ICC programs and Bang scale spaces third floor

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EXHIBITION HALL 3

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working with bamboo A design intervention for the 'Ian Potter's wild play garden' to be located at the Sydney Botanical Gardens, this 2 week intensive project required a temporary bamboo structure that would incorporate as part of the main play garden. Using Bamboo construction techniques, this temporary structure would act as the foundation of a naturally grown intervention where as the bamboo eventually decays over time, surrounding banksia trees grow over and takes its place.

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// connections PRIMARY JOINT CONNECTION

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// structural design PRIMARY JOINT CONNECTION

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Exploring the structural elements of the design, the most efficient way to achieve the form of the light well was to use steel elements as the primary structural framing elements. Being able to bend, the curvature of the design is easily achieved. The bamboo plays a role by acting as panels, stacked upon each other and is attached to the steel structure components. Concrete footing is also utilised to ground the structure, whilst the use of steel tension cables prevents spreading and shearing of the tunnel arches

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// site analysis

MIDDAY WINTER SUN

Upon an initial site visit, there was a clear distinction between zones within the site, where moments of open free grass space sat adjacent to a more dense tree line. Further investigating sun pathing on the site and how it interacts with the space, key sun path directions as well as sunrise and sunset location are explored and how potential existing trees could block or divert some of the sunlight. Ultimately there were three key orientations in which optimised the amount of sunlight that could be received on the site and have the biggest impact on the pavilion’s experiential concept.

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// context plan Putting the design and experiential concepts onto the site, a free flowing and fluid form was created, revolving the design around three key components; the lightwell interaction points, the adult tunnels and the children tunnels. The light wells maintain their directional orientations to still absorb the most optimal amount of sun and daylighting while both sets of tunnels warp and weave their way around it. The pavilion tunnels guide the public from the main entrance path, through the banksia scrubs while immersing them into a dynamic sensual experience, and leads them out towards the next zone, the Bamboo forest.

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Once the bamboo pavilion structure has eventually degraded, the natural growth of the banksia trees would cause the branches to grow over the once existing structure, ultimately recreating the natural void of the tunnels, in both the small child tunnels as well as the primary tunnel. In addition, a large void in the trees would be left where the towering light wells once stood, as the they will have negated any growth in these spaces, creating for a unique natural atmosphere when traveling through a natural forest of trees, eventually reaching to a moment where one could look up at a void towards the clear sky; a release from the previously enclosed banksia tunnels

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4x4 house A 2 week intensive elective exploring Revit where ďŹ rst time users were required to model an existing precendent building and produce plans and sections. The building modelled is the 4x4 house by Ando Tadao, located in Tarumi-ku Kobe in Japan.

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off planetary detention The magnitude and complexity of the issues arising from the flow of asylum seekers and refugees globally poses huge challenges for the world’s destination countries. These countries universally struggle to maintain a balance between controlling national borders and offering protection to the millions of displaced people, with little hope of finding a solution to their plight. This project [Off-Planetary Detention] offers a safe, efficient and humanitarian alternative for the world’s displaced and endangered people, completely removing the person from any threat of persecution into an absolutely safe environment. As outer space is the final, truly war-free sanctuary, asylum seekers will be able to have their applications processed in an atmosphere void of persecution or conflict. International centres will send asylum seekers to the central processing centre at Sydney’s cockatoo island, where they will be launched into orbit and housed securely until their applications can be processed. This system provides a global solution for housing asylum seekers and is at the forefront of humanitarian aid.

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Working collaboratively with a team, these drawings primarily focus on the processing centre located at Cockatoo Island. This structure acts as the main processing point for the asylum seekers and the launch tower, with all this being accessible to the public.


launch station rotating reconfiguration mechanic

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pods tunnel

triangular pod segments tunnel

parts transportation conveyor belt system Hydraulically Controlled Pod Entry Portal

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COCKATOO ISLAND SITE SYSTEM AXONOMETRIC - 1:500


BALLOON EXPANSION

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CRUISE PHASE - THRUSTER ACTIVATION 50KM

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DETACHMENT OF CORE SEGMENT - PARACHUTE ACTIVATION - HEAT SHIELD FOR RE-ENTRY

ASCENT PHASE - VERTICAL ASCENT 35KM

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LAUNCH PHASE - VERTICAL LIFT OFF 55M

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ABLATION HEAT SHIELDING COAT TRIANGULAR POD IN CROSS SEQUENCE PARACHUTE CONTAINMENT

CARBON ALLOY MATERIAL COMPOSITION

POD FLIGHT CONFIGURATION

PRE FLIGHT - ASSEMBLY BAY POD CONFIGURATION PREPARATION

RETRACTABLE THRUSTERS


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Photography

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seeing the world


Mt. Fuji, Japan


Seoul, South korea


abroad, iceland


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