Architecture Portfolio Joshua Aditya Undergraduate Student Institut Teknologi Bandung
Content Mixed Use Development
Housing Development Design
A Room For Communication
Monumen Budaya Bangsa
C U R R I C U L U M
V I T A E
BANDUNG, 20 APRIL 1997
Menes st. 62nd. Bandung.
email@example.com +62 815 6100 885
2015 - now Architecture Undergraduate Program, ITB 2012 - 2015 St. Aloysius Senior High School, Bandung 2009 - 2012 Yahya Christian Junior High School, Bandung
BPA IMA-G Staff Pameran Gaung Bandung Dies Natalis IMA-G 67
Wakil Ketua Kuliah Lapangan Façade 2017, annual Architecture excurtion event of Architecture ITB
Staff Grafis Gaung Bandung Dies Natalis IMA-G 66
Staff Pameran TA Syukuran Wisuda Juli IMA-G 2017
Staff Divisi Instalasi INTEGRASI ITB 2016, annual event of KM ITB for freshmen acceptance
Staff Grafis Gaung Bandung Dies Natalis “Lustrum” IMA-G 65
Staff Pameran TA Syukuran Wisuda Oktober IMA-G 2016
Formatur Kuliah Lapangan Façade 2017
Staff Divisi Desain Grafis Parade Wisuda Oktober 2015, annual event of KM ITB
Kepala Divisi Desain Grafis TPB CUP Badminton 2015
Staff Publikasi dan Dokumentasi GBC ke 17
3D Modeling Sketchup Rhino Editing & Layouting Software Photoshop InDesign Lumion V-Ray for Sketchup Drawing & BIM Autodesk AutoCAD Autodesk Revit Archicad Hands-on Skeching Model making Photography Language Bahasa English COMPETITION & WORKSHOP 2018
120 Hours with Nabila P. F. dan Theofilus T. TKIMAI XXXIII Palu Architectural Competition with Nabila P. F., Theofilus T., dan Yahya A.
ASTRA GREEN ENERGY STUDENT INNOVATION with Anthony D., M. Ilham Akbar, dan Callista
Desain Kantin GKU 1 ITB Jatinangor
FuturArc Prize Competition 2019 with Vinsensius A. B., dan Mahira R. P.
M I X E D U S E D E V E L O P E M E N T
The project was to design a mixed use building in downtown area of Bandung. The building is located in the urban area of Bandung, close to Kosambi Market. The main focus of this task is to design a high-density mixed function building in the city center with attention to permeability for pedestrians. Another factor that needs to be considered is paying attention to natural lighting and ventilation both in commercial buildings and residential functions, clarity of access and entrance for apartment residents, and providing open spaces that can encourage social interaction.
: Mixed-use (Commercial and apartement) : Ir. Achmad Deni Tardiyana, MUDD Architectural Design Studio 5
SITE Location: Ahmad Yani street Function: Trade and services Area: 12.000 m2 BACKGROUND Todayâ€™s city development, especially those that are increasingly capital intensive, produce large plots of block both from new land acquisitions and the development of several existing city plots. Mixed function buildings provide opportunities for a city plot to allow for permeability, especially for pedestrians who are very much needed in the movement in the city center.
PROBLEMS Without adequate urban design guidelines, urban development like this results in massive city blocks and reduces the connectivity of city movements, especially pedestrians. Whereas some studies state that when combined with mixed function planning, a permeable pathway network significantly increases the opportunity for city residents to walk to meet their daily needs without having to drive vehicles. For that city blocks, especially in the city center which tend to be more massive and high in density, must have a high level of permeability, especially for pedestrians. SOLUTION Development of the concept of permeability of space in buildings. CONCEPT Design a space that can be accessed by the public and become an integrated space with other public facilities.
DESIGN PROCESS Seeing from all sides of the environment and looking for, analyzing, and studying the human movement that is there. These movements sometimes do not match what was originally designed, giving preference to more personal moves. from these movements can be made into the main movement path and in areas that are not passed will be made into buildings.
LAYOUT AND PROGRAMMING
H O U S I N G D E V E L O P M E N T D E S I G N
This project was to redesign the re-development master plan strategy for residential neighborhoods in urban areas that were (30 years ago) located on the edge of Bandung with a residential typology that is in accordance with current demands and needs. The target of this task is to be able to create an attractive and comfortable housing environment to live in and also be integrated with other surrounding areas. Besides that some aspects that need to be considered in redesigning the area are creating spaces of interaction and expression in the community, providing good public facilities, presenting ecological features that are good at design, and paying attention to the social, climate and site context.
: Housing : Ir. Achmad Deni Tardiyana, MUDD Architectural Design Studio 5
SITE Location: Sadang Serang, Coblong Function: Housing Area: 109.000 m2 BACKGROUND More than 60% of the land area in urban areas is generally used for residential functions, both in the form of horizontal and vertical housing. Existing housing can arise from planned or unplanned processes. The process of urbanization is a big factor contribute problems related to the development and development of settlements in urban areas both in the central and urbanized areas.
PROBLEMS In the long run this development will give a big burden to the city due to changes in density and an unbalanced environment between the center and the urban periphery. In addition, the development of housing like this will have an impact on the diminishing urban green open space due to uncontrolled changes in housing functions. On the other hand there is the problem of decreasing productive agricultural land on the edge of the city due to the high price of land in urban centers.
SPECIFICATION Row house: - Building area: 60m2 - Land area: 80m2 - Amount: minimum 350 units - Each unit is estimated to have 1 car Walk-Up Apartment - Unit area: 48m2 - Amount: 400 units divided into 5 towers - All activities on the ground floor are allocated to public and social facilities. - Each unit is estimated to have 1 motorbike
DESIGN PROCESS connectiong 2 main gate as main axis
SOLUTION Development of high density residential areas CONCEPT Limited land use as a means of developing high density residential areas by paying attention to the character of the user.
putting all social needs around the main axis
displays all the social needs of the community around the main access.
Land Use Chart
Green Open Space Chart
The road hierarchy is divided into 2, namely secondary collector roads and neighborhood roads. The secondary collector road is the main line in the design area with a 4-lane capacity vehicle speed of 20-40 Km / hour. On the road environment becomes a connecting lane in the design area with a capacity of 2 lanes of speed vehicle 0-20 Km / hour.
Space zoning that is formed is a response to the site, namely the existence of rivers and sloping land contours. The apartment walk-up was placed in the middle of the design area so that the public facilities there could be felt by the surrounding residents and the houses placed adjacent to the river would get added value in the form of a view towards the river.
Drainage is designed to be underground under the sidewalk on each front of the house and towards the west, namely the direction of the river. Each drainage channel is connected and can be entered by janitors through â€œmanholesâ€?.
Green open spaces are formed from gardens that can absorb water. One of the biggest contributors to green open space is from the river border of 25m from the river bank. From the whole green open space it was found that around 30% of the design area was green open space.
Local road cuts ROW 8m the road for motorized vehicles in the row house area blends with the sidewalk, so pedestrians and users have large spaces. each house has a frontyard and backyard, and each house has a fence made of plants.
Local road cuts ROW 8m the road that is on the edge of the river border area is a ladder that directs us to go down to the area below it in the form of a jogging track and which can later be developed into an outdoor sports area. each house still has the same type as before by having a frontyard and backyard, and each house has a fence made of plants.
Cutout collectorâ€™s road ROW 15m This road is the biggest road in this design area. This road is the main road which is the main link with the Sadang Serang road in the north. Around this road there are public and social facilities. placement like this will make it easier for visitors to find a place and make a barrier between the private area and the commercial area.
U R B A N
I N F I L L
The project was an answer for the studioâ€™s task to design a commercial space in downtown area of Bandung. The building is in a small space surrounding by another commercial building. The main objective of this task was to design a commercial space in limited space and design an interior with good quality and meet lighting and natural ventilation requirements that are good for the main spaces. In addition, we were expected to be able to design buildings with character that responds well to the context of the surrounding environment while paying attention to universal accessibility requirements, solving security and safety problems, as well as access to escape from emergencies.
: Commercial : Dr. Ir. Christina Gantini, M.T. Architectural Design Studio 3
Issue Urban infill The use of vacant or underdeveloped land to be developed becomes a useful place and can develop a lagging environment. This vacant land must be utilized and designed according to the needs of the surrounding environment and become the ownership of a community that is there. Urban oasis The proposed new design must be able to respond to the conditions of the surrounding environment and improve the quality of the surrounding environment. Factors that must be considered are natural lighting and natural ventilation to be maximized as well as possible.
The circulation that is expected to occur in this lifestyle shop is circular circulation which means circling all existing tenants. This is intended to provide a balance to all tenants to be passed by visitors. Laying the ladder that juts out the main mass and adjacent to the vertical garden is intended so that visitors feel more calm and comfortable while in this building.
In a fire emergency, the evacuation route can be seen as the diagram above. The direction of the circulation is not much different from the circulation in general but uses additional circulation, namely the emergency staircase behind the building. During a fire, elevator use is strictly prohibited because it endangers visitors.
LAYOUT AND PROGRAMMING
Ground floor plan
2nd floor plan
3rd floor plan
Rentable area Service area Circulation area Parking area Green area
4th floor plan
Basement floor plan
NATURAL AIR CIRCULATION
NATURAL LIGHTING AND SHADOW ANALYSIS
A R O O M F O R C O M M U N I C A T I O N
Can you imagine a world without digital communication? Communication has evolved throughout the time, from body language to online messages. The dominant method to interact these days is through technology. We have expanded our range of communicating, but have we forgotten the physicality? How is communication perceived nowadays? What is the role of physical interaction in this digital reality? In an era of time - space compression, over-information and social networks, has communication lost its spatial aspects? How can architecture generate interaction?
: Public Facility
120Hours Architectural Competition
no-phone space people have limited time to live. therefore, time is precious and should not be wasted. time must be used wisely. how much time do you spend in a day connecting with someone on your phone? on the other hand, how much time do you spend in a day interacting with someone physically? you will not realize how much time has gone by, and before you know it, you have none left. do not spend too much of your limited time on a mere virtual world, communicating without the bond formed by a physical, real-life interaction. do not let the digital world take over your life. put down your phone. sit down. talk.
the small and inward space creates an intimate atmosphere between the people inside. everyone must put their phones on the table. the phones must not be touched, let alone be used. in this intimate, phoneless atmosphere, people can focus on giving their time to the person next to them.
M O N U M E N B U D A Y A B A N G S A The task of this competition is to design a National Culture Monument that reflects the identity of the Indonesian nation. Indonesian society that upholds pluralism, cultured, religious and upholds ethical values. This is one of Joko Widodoâ€™s seven dreams for Indonesia in 2085. The existence of landmarks of a city is considered important at this time. Amid the rampant global developments through freedom of information, the style of buildings and city planning are similar to each other. The building style is architecturally the style that applies throughout the world. Even though the application is now beginning to be returned to local wisdom, the similarity of the style slightly combines the characteristics of a region.
: Public facility
TKIMAI XXXIII Palu Architectural Competition
Palu is the capital of Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The city of Palu is passed directly by the equator. The city of Palu is known as a five-dimensional city, consisting of valleys, oceans, rivers, mountains and bays. The city of hammer is located between 0 - 700 m above sea level. DESIGN CONCEPT Bamboo Monument Monuments are made using bamboo material, as local material in Indonesia. The monument consists of 34 bamboo trunks that form bamboo bonds that support each other, symbolizing 34 provinces in Indonesia, although they are different but still help each other and support each other. Besides that, remembering the culture of Indonesian people is helping each other in every problem. Mutual cooperation. City of Five Dimensions The design of the monument area represents five dimensions in the city of Palu. The long ramp symbolizes the valley. The large pool in the middle symbolizes the ocean. The slim and long pool in front symbolizes the river. The corridor that rises and the level is above the entire region symbolizes the mountains. Finally, the staircase in front of the monument symbolizes the bay.
Public area This historic area is designed as a public space which means that it can be accessed by everyone regardless of age and condition. This space is expected to trigger interaction between one another and increase the sense of ownership of the tomb of the founder of Palu City itself. Mosque The mosque is made in a circle, so that it is in harmony with the shape of the National Culture Monument area. The material used as a facade is bamboo, so it resembles monument material. The use of bamboo material as an effort facade accent shows the contrast effect that is generated with the surrounding material namely concrete.
Palu Cultural Museum Palu Cultural Museum is underground, under the National Culture Monument area. The entrance to the museum is located below the ramp that surrounds the monument. Inside this museum there is a history of the establishment of the City of Palu and the history of Pue Nggari. Tomb The Pue Nggari tomb is just below the Bamboo Monument. To see the Tomb of Pue Nggari, visitors must enter the Palu Cultural Museum. From inside the museum there is a corridor that leads directly to eating. The tomb was not moved at all from its location, only restored and made indoors.
G U Y U B Where densification is unplanned and under-regulated, there is a sense of overwhelming crowdedness and heightened perception of risk. The city feels less inclusive, public spaces are lost. There is less water and greenery to share. In the hyper-dense city, the poor suffer the most. There is insufficient investment in resource and mobility infrastructure, especially in low-income areas. There are too few opportunities to make a living. Density however can be an opportunity. The compact city can be lively and energetic, with businesses and trades thriving on a large consumer base. Urban culture emerges organically, creating a vibrant sense of place. This is a quest for balance and reciprocity. Buildings in this context cannot be seen in isolation; they must engage the wider logic of the neighbourhood. Neighbourhoods must leverage on, and contribute to, the city. The production and distribution of energy, water, food must be decentralised. Networks for the movement of people and biodiversity must be unified. But how is this done? What is the right mix of activities and programmes? How does a new neighbourhood fit into the urban system-of-systems that already exists? What new systems does it bring into the picture? What does hyper-density look like? How does it feel to our senses?
FuturArch Prize Competititon 2019
GET ALONG WITH TANAH ABANG As a capital city, Jakarta city is the most dense city amongs all city in Indonesia. Jakarta is projected to grow denser every year. A lot of comers comes and looking for a job in Jakarta. This thing get worsen on economic center area such as Tanah Abang, Jakarta. Tanah Abang itself is one sub-district in Cental of Jakarta City. Here, we can find the biggest textile market in South East Asean. They sell clothes and other fabric all around world. This strategic location makes people comes and stay here. However, how much the people come just make the space for residence is more dense. It makes the squatter area for the residential. Many ‘houses’ is built beside train railway or on the river side. This squatter area of housing with over populated people is sure not a good place to life.
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Location of Project: JAKARTA, INDONESIA
Site Area Building function
Green open space
WHAT DID GOVERMENTS DO TO OVERCOME THIS PROBLEM? Jakarta, Indonesia Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta
Some actions have been done by Jakarta’s Goverment to overcome this problem of housing. One of them is the doing the relocation to Rusun. Rusun is a vertical housing in the form of typical simple apartment. But in reality, moving people to this kind is not as easy as it heard. Some Rusun is still empty. One of the biggest reason is the economic factor. They are worried that they cannot fulfill their needs with this kind of housing. Some other refuse to move because the size of the unit is too small that it cannot fit the whole family member. Some house they built in this slumps area may bigger and fit the whole family than the unit does. Plus, the vertical housing cannot accomodate the expantion. Many people in Indonesia is living together in one house as a big family. So, the question is
Is the common vertical housing is fit to Indonesian Living Culture?
What is the problem? 1
Social life is not well accommodated because there is a lack of shared spaces that can be used to gather and carry out joint activities.
There is no good impact from the building to the environment around it.
It cannot accommodate home expansion when there are other needs in the future. example of increasing family members
Has a good impact for urban fabric
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Self-dependent food, water, and energy
Circulation ramp housing Backyard farming Market Energy collector Water energy Waste management Energy reducing Roof garden Intersection farming Rain water harvesting Air filtration Vertical farming Trash Bank Night market Incremental construction Modular housing White roof Upgrade house Hostel Rain water harvesting Energy collector Circulation ramp housing Backyard farming Incremental construction Modular housing
The survival of each family is not the same. It all depends on work, economic status, and many other aspects. This illustrates that it cannot generalize to all families. Therefore, the formation of this housing unit will be incremental, according to the needs of the family.
Increase community bond
The existing landed settlements are not the best solution with densely packed settlements making confined spaces very limited, but by providing wider gathering spaces and making settlements vertically provide more opportunities to interact.
So the solutions are ...
And the aims are ....
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Rain water harvesting collect rainwater and store it in a water tank
White roof painted with solar reflective white coating and reflects up to 90% of sunlight
Roof garden utilize the roof as a green space
Backyard farming maximize the function of the back of the house as a garden
Air filtration plants can filtrate incoming air and absorb air pollution
Vertical Park the park which was once on the ground was also lifted vertically along with the house
Incremental construction home development is tailored to the needs of its residents and can continue to grow
Modular housing building components are made modular so that it makes installation easier
Ramp circulation housing Circular circulation in the building creates harmony between housing units
Vertical farming plant in a narrow space and utilize vertical space as a planting medium
Energy collector all energy income is collected in the battery room Market the results of farming are resold to other residents and migrants
Trash Bank garbage is collected, sorted, and reused Waste management all waste produced is collected and processed properly
HOW GUYUB WORKS?
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GUYUB is the Indonesian terms for harmonious, friendly or peaceful. GUYUB brings the new concept of vertical living that is more fit to Indonesian culture of living. What GUYUB do is reconstuct the living culture on the landed housing to vertical housing that accomodates higher desity population. This new concept of vertical housing can grew over time, increase the community bound, making self dependent food and energy supply and has a good impact for the bigger urban fabric. In order to achieve that living structure, there are 4 main concepts that applied to GUYUB housing.
The program of every unit will grow over time depends on the occupants needs. With 8x8 meters space and height of 5.5 meters, the occupants can expand their own building up and side. The expantion is depends of occupantsâ€™ needs anda ability.
The common vertical housing apartment is only accomodate the social interaction horizontally. With the arrangement of circular ramp shaped makes the interaction is not limited by the building level so it can increase the occupants interaction.
SMART-LIGHTWEIGHT MODULAR CONSTRUCTION
The food source supply is obtain indepedently through the vertical garden and the backyard garden on every unit. The garden is build without border in every unit to make the garden is shared space that increasing communication between the occupants. The garden that every unit have is also take role as the air filtration that can absorb the carbon on the city.
The house of each unit is constructed with fixed-sized modul that can be easily to assembly. The building constructing process is better to be done together with another occupants in order to increase the sense of community between the ocupants.
Modular housing unit The module of housing is made from the metal hollow and GRC board. There are 3 different module for 3 different function that can be arranged together like a lego block.
INDEPENDENT SOURCE OF FOOD, WATER AND ENERGY Green roof and rain water harvesting Water is an element that cannot be separated in our daily activities. Utilizing space on the roof of a building, which is rarely used, becomes an area for planting and collecting rain water so that it can be used daily. Utilizing the green roof function as a rainwater filter that will be accommodated next. This building will be independent in its clean water and its utilization can be maximized according to the needs of each family.
Urban Farming To achieve food security in each region at least every family can produce its own food. Starting from growing vegetables and fruits which become personal consumption every day and better if you can give it to others. Further development, the yield of vegetables and fruit produced can be sold in the markets and the nearest sales unit so that it can also generate income for the family.
Cycle of water use in buildings
Roof garden utilize the roof as a green space
Rain water harvesting collect rainwater and store it in a water tank Solar panel roof house roof is used as a media energy collector Wind turbine utilize the fairly strong wind to generate electricity Water turbine take advantage of water currents that are sufficiently strong to produce electricity Urban farming plant crops that can be consumed together
48 List of plants that can grow in a vertical garden.
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Vertical garden the park which was once on the ground was also lifted vertically along with the house Live stock fulfillment of meat needs for consumption
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SPACE THAT CAN PROVOKE INTERACTION Space for people too much space is given to inanimate objects so that good interactions are not created. the space given to humans will be well defined. humans will naturally interact with other humans. these spaces will be shaped like parks, playgrounds, urban forests, rivers, and so forth. various other functions can be formed around this space such as offices, shops, museums, and other recreational functions.
Redefine river The border of the river that has been abandoned should be used as public spaces that still pay attention to the safety of the river. As a result of this utilization will make the river a recreational and research facility. the development of animals and plants can be increasingly diverse where the function of food will always be fulfilled at the border of a river that is already beautiful. Public space can be utilized for human needs to socialize. Various activities can be accommodated and can provide new colors for the Tanah Abang region itself.
Playground land for children to play provides happiness Park provide space to gather, play, and interact between humans Vertical park the park which was once on the ground was also lifted vertically along with the house Amphiteather art performances that used to be rarely seen will begin to appear to the surface
Forest city the cityâ€™s lungs are a vital function that is rarely considered River front Abandoned riverbanks will be remade to attract visitors
Skywalk forest city Walking in the cityâ€™s forests will give you cool air Great pedestrian way invite people to walk on comfortable sidewalks
LIVING WITH THE NATURE Park and forest-ity Population density and traffic density play a large role in producing excessive CO2. Comfort of space will be disturbed by it so that the existing spaces will become negative spaces. The settlement can be done by human hands or by nature itself. Greening is one way to handle it. Giving this space indirectly also provides space for animals and plants to coexist with humans in an exotic way. This combination is called mutualism.
Trees that can absorb the biggest CO2
This list of plants recommended to be planted in the city so that they can absorb more CO2.
Reactivate the river The riverbank area is reactivated and made into public space. This border area is freed from wild buildings and planted with various kinds of vegetation. The vegetation on the river banks can be a place for developing river ecosystems.
Make jogging track and gym facility for public
Make jogging track on riverside and gym facility for public
Make amphiteather and park in the riverside
WINDMILL AS ELECTRIC GENERATOR The big flow of wind on the top of building is used to gain electricity
Make amphiteather and park in the riverside
SPONGE BUILDING The vegetation on perimeter of the building absorb the carbon emmision around the building
SOLAR PANEL The solar panel placed in the smaller building to turn solar energy to electricity
RECIPROCITY TO THE ENVIRONMENT Sponge system Every unit is equipped with a backyard garden to planting. It will makes the whole building acts like a sponge. It absorbs the carbon as tree is planted on every level of the building. So where the building is built, it will absorb the carbon around.
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Incremental housing A vertical house cannot accommodate all the wishes of its inhabitants. A vertical house cannot provide all the wishes of its occupants. Providing space for residents to explore their needs and abilities for habitation is the right choice where they can adjust their needs and abilities.
Evolution of Tanah Abang C a r b o n
T i m e
If this concept is implemented in Jakarta, there will be a decrease in carbon content so that the city of Jakarta will become a cooler city. This reduction in carbon content will have an impact on the greenhouse effect and the average temperature rise in Jakarta can be restrained.
Cycling Strategy This strategy is stated by J. Christopher Jones in his design method book. The building process is divide into stages based on the user need. Every stage of buiding process can assure that the user can use the house. To begin the next stage of building, the previous stage should be done first until all stages is completed and maximize the spaceâ€™s potential.
THE URBAN CONNECTOR The sky bridge connecting beetween the housing area - Pasar tanah abang market and Railway Station to make the circulation effective
RIVER REVITALITATION The riverbank is revitalized and bring back the riverbank ecosystem
O T H E R
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