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PORTFOLIO Jacky Thiodore, MArch UD University College London


Projects:

2011 - NOW


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D u s t o p i a | M A r c h U D R e s e a r c h T h e s i s

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P o l l i n a t i o n N e t w o r k | W o r k s h o p p g . 2 3

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G r e e n D e s i g n | P r o f e s s i o n a l W o r k

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R e d e v e l o p m e n t | P r o f e s s i o n a l W o r k

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L i n e a r A i r p o r t E x p a n s i o n | P r o f e s s i o n a l W o r k

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T h e R i s e o f A M e t r o p o l i s | P r o f e s s i o n a l W o r k

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Jacky Thiodore, MArch (UD) 2016


Date of Birth: 24 October 1989

Nationality: Indonesia

Languages: Bahasa, English, Mandarin

Education: - MArch (UD). The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, UK. - S.Ars. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia

09.2015 - 09.2016 08.2007 - 08.2011

Skills: - Digital mapping, dynamic simulation, volumetric flow to the visualization of environmental data (Realflow, CFD, Ecotect, Grasshopper) - Proviciency in all major 2D & 3D programs (Rhino, Autocad, SketchUp, etc.) - Physical model making from digital to fabrication (3d Printer, Lasercut, Arduino) - Composing presentation of graphics and text (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.) Employment History: - Universitas Pelita Harapan, design tutor - Freelance Architect - PTI Architects (PT. Prada Tata Internasional), assistant architect - Deform Design Studio, assistant architect - Andramatin Architect, internship Award: 2016 2016 2015 2012 2012 2011 2011

Distinction Project Bpro MArch UD program, project: Dustopia. Distinction Thesis Bpro MArch UD program, paper: Dustopia, Design Invisible Medium. Received LPDP Scholarship to study at University College London, London, United Kingdom. Scientia Green Office Park, Top 100 architecture projects in Jakarta Architecture Trienale. Scientia Green Office Park, Indonesia FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards for “Sustainable Development”. 1st prize winner for ATMI Cikarang competition, team: Mamostudio. 3rd winner for Urban Kampong competition, project: Kampung Kota Jakarta.

Exhibited Work: - “Dustopia” was exhibited at BPro Show 2016, London, United Kingdom - “Zircon Path” was exhibited in Shanghai World Expo 2010, Shanghai, China - “Scientia Green Office Park” was exhibited in Jakarta Achitecture Triennale 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia - “Kampung Kota Jakarta” was exhibited in the 12th International Conference on Sustainable Environment and Architecture, Malang, Indonesia Professional Architect Certificate: - Greenship Associate from Green Building Council Indonesia (GBCI)

08.2014 06.2014 05.2012 09.2011 05.2010

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05.2015 06.2015 05.2014 12.2011 08.2010


MArch UD Research Thesis

DUSTOPIA Design Invisible Medium London 2016 Award: Distinction Project & Thesis


D u s t o pia


M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

Dustopia interrelated to existing urban landscape

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D u s t o pia

Equation maps of Dustopia City

Urban strategy

Timeless and Unseen Particles We live in an era called Anthropocene. The term Anthropocene is popularized by Paul J. Crutzen1 as the current geological epoch that reflects the major and ongoing impact of human life on Earth where human activities have started to make a significant global impact on Earth ecosystems. The inconvinient truth for us paralel to global warming, catastrophic weather, atmospheric pollution and land contaminationi is we are predicted to be the generation which will face extinction because of the drastic environmental change. An old novel in 1880 by William Delisle Hay called The

Doom of the Great City shows the catastrophic disaster when sootfilled fog hunted the inhabitants in London. Strongly he claims: “This is the way the world ends: not with a bang but a bronchial spasm.� Dust is unseen but it is not truly distant from us. Dust swirls in the air, settles, accumulates, but then becomes easily airborne again to be a peril in the air. We come across them, we find ourselves poisoned by them, and possibly we find it in our lungs.

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M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

Combined Data Map

Occupy Atmosphere: Climate Control Space A city full of dust (Dustopia), people look forward to cleaner air by staying indoors so as to avoid the exposure of particulate matter in outdoor environment. In a matter of time human occupation in outdoor areas could disappear. As a result of the degradation of physical, urban and social connections outdoor in the city, people will soon begin to go through all activities indoor. Though effective, physical Indoor architecture is not a defense mechanism to airpocalypse dust. But then dissolving dust into nothingness is impossible as well. What kind of defense mecha-

nism can we build against a close proximity threat object like dust? The challenge we have to face in Dustopia is that the characteristics of the material (dust) are not constant but vary overtime. Our design needs to be able to manipulate dust in certain context. Creating a sealed microclimate like typical greenhouse is not our option, since we want to create outdoor space. To achieve that we research a form of energy (particles and wave) that could attract dust from the air, to design using an electrostatic field.

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D u s t o pia

stage 1

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Catenary Arch Study The catenary system is based on a system of anchor points where the canopy reaches the ground. These points can also fit inside a rectangular grid, developing repeatedly in space, especially when covering empty areas in the urban tissue. Grid points follow open spaces such as streets, pedestrian walkways, parks and squares but they sometimes also climb on building facades. The resulting grid is a system with organic development, resulting from the available paths in the area of in-

terest and having different dimensions along its extent. Stage 2 however can be surpassed by connecting the catenary archs to form more complicated combinations, with more than 4 anchor points on the ground. As they start clustering, catenary archs acquire larger height and span over specific areas. At this stage, interesting combinations of forms can be created, some of them more and others less uniformed in comparison to the rest.

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M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

prototype model, a clustered (circle packing) cones

urban scale model

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D u s t o pia

Weaving pattern parameter

Prototype: Weaving cones

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M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

Electromagnetic field

Copper weaving pattern

Accumulated dust on weave surface

Raining condition

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Prototype and dust particels

Ground condition

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M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

Water flow at structure

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Park design

Park design

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M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

Car park scheme, most polluted area in the city

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M A r c h U D Re se a r c h The si s

New urban landscape in Dustopia age

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Workshop Sir Peter Cook

P O L L I N AT I O N N E T W O R K How to grow a village London 2015

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Po l l i n ation network


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Agents of pollination

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Po l l i n ation network

Springfield Park

Talacre Gardens

Cantelowes Gardens

Highbury Fields

Paradise Park

Caledonian Park

St. M.M. Gardens

Primrose Hill

London Fields

Rosemary Gardens

Barnard Park

Shoreditch Park

Victoria Park

Haggerston Park

Wennington Green

The Regent’s Park

Meath Gardens Coram’s Fields

Parks Square Gardens

Russel Square

Weaver’s Fields

Bethnal Green Gardens

Mile End Park Shandy Park

Gray’s Inn Fields Stepney Lincoln’s Inn Fields

King Edward Memorial Park Hyde Park

The Green Park

Kensington Gardens

St. James’s Park

Russian Dock Woodlands

Archbishop’s Park Geraldine Mary Harmsworth park

Belgrave Square

Eaton Square Southwark Park

Royal Hospital Grounds

Deptford Park Kennington Park

Burgess Park

Folkestone Gardens

Battersea Park Fordham Park

Larkhall Park Shillington Park

Myatts Field

Telegraph Hill Lower Park

Falcon Park

Dotted green area in city of London

How to grow a village Village: From Latin villa ‘country house’. The word village is derived from the Latin root villa - a country house. The idea of the village is distinctly rural, and is connected with the English romantic ideal of a pastoral paradise. This is a distinctly anti-urban ideal within the British psyche, however villages can also be read as engines for growth, as by their very nature they draw in mass, evolve, expand, and agglomerate into larger urban units. They grew out of the landscape

to provide defense, community and socialisation, resources and resilience - needs again met by the formation of cities. London can be read as a city of villages, and historical markers of village pastoralism can still be read within the complex urban fabric - Willow Bridge Road, Highbury Barn Tavern. However, through the process of densification and absorption into London’s expanding body, Highbury lost its village character and many layers of urban collage conceal its pastoral roots.

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Phase 1| Starting point

Phase 2 | Interconnected

Phase 3| Linked network

Think as a network The beating heart of Highbury today, Highbury corner, is a corner no longer - the result of a V2 rocket attack in WWII. This space was rationalised in the post-war planning phase into a roundabout to accommodate the growing levels of road traffic, forming an island. As traffic levels have swollen to the point of rupture, the island became increasingly inaccessible, and a fence was erected to deter pedestrians from the temptation of crossing the stream of traffic following desire lines, or simply enjoying island life.

In researching the island, we also found that similar forms dotted the city - an archipelago of distant non-places, isolated by traffic flows. We set ourselves the challenge of creating a networked archipelago of these isolated, unused brownfields sites, which would be repurposed to meet the challenges of an intensified urban future. we aim to create a network of cities layered within and above the existing urban fabric - a series of artificial hills, an infrastructure of guerilla villages.

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Po l l i n ation network

Pollination model at isolated island in the city

The form of a village We aimed to make these sites productive once more, deciding to tackle the issue of food production within the city, returning these islands to their agricultural roots. Through tactical retrofitting of the sites, we aim to construct a citywide ecological infrastructure. Given the form of these sites - enclosed and limited - we explored different morphologies of structure to encourage productive growth. One typology that recurred was that of the

tower - an important symbolic form in the history of the village. The smaller urban unit of the hamlet becomes a village once they construct their own church - the church tower is a concretisation of values, a beacon of community, a visual connection between people in a landscape, a commitment to place, and a symbol of thriving not merely surviving - ideas that are bound up in what we are proposing with our project. Therefore the logical form for our structure is that of the tower.

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Wo r k sh o p S i r Pe t e r C ook

Pollination drawing illustration

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Po l l i n ation network

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Wo r k sh o p S i r Pe t e r C ook

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Timeframe, the growth of pollination network for next 100 years

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Timeframe, the growth of pollination network for next 100 years

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100 years later


Professional Work

GREEN DESIGN Scientia Green Office Park Tangerang 2012 Award: - Top 100 architecture projects in Jakarta Architecture Trienale - Indonesia FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards for “Sustainable Development”

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ACCESSIBILITY & SECURITY COMMON FACILITY

Vehicular Road Multipurpose Court Main Vehicle Access Jogging Track & Security Check

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Main Water Body Emergency Vehicular Access Visually Interconnected Stream Grey Water Recycling System

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Water Discharge To City Drain

Meeting Point Pedestrian / Bicycle

Rainwater Harvesting Channel

Pedestrian / Bicycle Access

Rainwater Harvesting Flow (Gravity System)

Bus Shelter

Irigation From Recycled Water

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Masterplan diagram

Landscape and office blocks section

Green landscape as ideal refreshment The idea of green office concept is captured by having a low plot ratio of building and more than 50% open area and green fields. The design concept is to take the more common “office building with a garden” setup and make the landscape the centerpiece, with the buildings set amongst it, creating an environment that emphasises nature, human comfort and health. The office blocks have direct access to the surrounding nature. A stream of water runs through the site, linking the entire landscape.

To reduce solar heat gain, the blocks are designed to be northsouth facing. Green facades grown with passiflora and tumbergia plants will cover the east and west facing sides, shading wall from the sun. Skylight at the roof and louvres along the building let in fresh air and sunlight, maximising natural lighting and ventilation at the corridor, lobby and staircases. Common areas such as the corridor, lobby, stairway and restrooms will rely on natural ventilation and not use air-conditioning.

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Solar radiation analysis on facade

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Professional Work

U R B A N I N T E N S I F I C AT I O N EX Plaza Redevelopment Jakar ta 2013

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The axial aligned tower arrangements provides for a wider façade facing Jalan Thamrin, maximising the exposure to the primary street and increasing the identity of the Sonangol Tower to the city. The tower is linked at four different levels by potential single level outrigger trusses utilizing the statutory required 20 storey fire refuges and mid zone plant rooms for effective space planning. The tapering provides an economically solution to the effect of reducing deflection and wind loads at the top and places less demand upon the structural concrete core and outriggers. The central core is dedicated to services for the tower and to the upper features of serviced residences and observation decks.

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Conceptual the basis of the tower design has been explained in detail in earlier chapters. The following chapter of architectural plans, sections and elevations depict the specific layout of the design space program.

Observation Deck Facility Serviced Residences

In brief the tower comprises of four space program components along its vertical shaft: - Leased commercial office floors. - Sales commercial office floors. - Serviced residences. - Sky observation deck.

Sales Office Lease Office Retail / Entertainment

The four stacked layers sit upon an enlarged three storey retail and entertainment podium, below which are two separate arrival foyer floors and six below ground basement levels.

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The tower telescopes vertically with a variety of tapering and folding planes at multiple steps of eight stories, the increments progressively decreasing gradually to create the upper crown containing the observation decks, these spaces set expressively with the client’s logo. This tapering tripartite division of base, shaft and crown provides elegant classical proportions. At ground level the tower sits upon a multi-level podium containing the entrances hall for the tower, retailing and food/entertainment spaces. A Footbridge connection is provided from the retailing centre into the adjoining retail center. Leading from the podium out towards the main road is a significant landscaped entrance arrival space with a dramatic canopy.

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Serviced Residences The tapered building footprint shape of fan shaped triangle provides a serviced residences floor plate of approximately 1,446 m2. From a dedicated and secure Serviced Residences lobby on the Lower Arrival Level a pair of high speed shuttle lifts provide quality fast service directly up to the Residences Sky Lobby. Depending upon the service operator the Front of House check / reception could either be located in the main arrival lobby or within the double height sky lobby itself. Providing a dramatic entrance with wide ranging vistas from the sky lounge.

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Contained within the sky lobby are a restaurant, business centre, management offices, reception lounge and bar.

Observation Deck Facility Serviced Residences Sales Office Lease Office

The Serviced Residences are located over 10 storeys above. There are 2 tenancy plan options. Option one, includes 12 units of 1 bedroom, total 120 suites. Option 2, includes 2 units of 3 bedrooms, 2 units of 2 bedrooms, 4 units of 1 bedroom, total 80 suites. Above the residences one further level containing the primary Back of House areas, main kitchen, stores and staff areas. A health club containing fitness rooms, a treatment spa and swimming pool overlook the primary faรงade to the East.

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It is proposed that the BOH, kitchen areas will also service/cater for the Obeservation Deck levels.

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LINEAR AIRPORT EXPANSION Komodo Airpor t Labuan Bajo 2015

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Suitable Linear Terminal The terminal design process and decisions on the suitability of design concepts for a particular airport defined by the type of airport demand. Komodo airport is classified as a tourism airport terminal because it is located at main island of the notable Komodo National Park, Indonesia. The growth of tourism increase rapidly within years. The airport terminal expansion is needed to support vision from Indonesia minister of tourism that Komodo island as global tourism. The terminal design concept is central to the planning and de-

sign phases of airport development and will later influence airport operations, both on airside and landside. Studying the relationships between characteristics of demand and terminal design concepts is vitally important to understanding the potential influence of both on airport operations. We defined the site in terms of terminal/apron configurations and their corresponding designations. It identifies possible variations in terminal design concepts known, and portrays, within a relative time frame, the evolution and development of these concepts from the simple terminal.

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Finally, important factors that influence the selection of terminal design concepts are stated and discussed we used a linear airport terminal is to fit in the existing airport complex. Few airport facility such as watching tower can not be moved away due to the airport operational system. The Linear seems give more advantage to the development, because we can have a shortest walking distance, simple construction, lower baggage systems costs and a shorter close-out times. In design part we think about how to reduce the disadvantages

of linear development. For instance a longer walking distance for transfer pax by designing a experiencial moment / perspective to be enjoyed during the passenger takes the transfer route. We create a break through park within terminals. As a future expected growth of airport, because of tourism to Komodo Island, we proposed the arrival terminal should be placed in different terminal with the departure terminal. In this session, departure terminal will stay in the current building, and arrval terminal will take the new building. By doing so, we are avoiding to have duplication of terminal amenities and facilities.

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THE RISE OF A METROPOLIS South City Masterplan Tangerang 2014

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The rise of a city In the beginning of this project, we are working to transform the existing land use (residential) to a commerical land use development. Master Plan is prepared, which identifies the long-range, comprehensive planning for client as foundation for the overall land development policies within specific corporate limits. The master plan deals with the existing city as a whole, especially the Cinere and Depok region. We offers a broad, general picture of the projected spatial pattern of new metropolis, later it is named as South City.

The South City masterplan is a 20 year vision that sets the direction for the future of the city centre as civic, retail and economic heart of the city. It shows opportunities for development pictured in the image above. These will create a stunning city centre and unlock its full potential to be one of the greater Jakarta’s premier business locations, the most liveable city in Tangerang Selatan. Planning for effective use of land within the town/city limits involves decisions regarding: The various types of utilization that require distinctive subareas.

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The Metropolis The master plan has given scope to various categories of land utili­ zation, both public and private. Commercial establishments may be divided into subcategories such as wholesale and retail, with the latter further subdivided. In addition, storage and switching facilities may require separate areas in connection with heavy transportation lines. Public land utilization, such as parks, playgrounds and civic centres, also have to be provided for in the master plan. The figure above shows pattern of streets, whereas the main street is the only street frontage on which commercial complexes can be built.

We design the commercial areas at the one way route inside this location so we expect this will help the commercial area perform well. We plot the major shopping mall in the middle or the centre of the city. This area normally is expected to expand slowly in the direction of greater population growth. For phase one of this city development will only build a phase one from a large scale of the shopping mall (image pg.59). However, has to provide for parking facilities and less traffic so that city dwellers may not face the inconvenience.

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Photography: Nature - City - Architecture - Interior - People

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Jacky Thiodore MArch UD The Bartlett