A R C H I T E C T U R A L W O R K S
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W O R K S
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an architecture graduate with strong interest in design innovation, strategic design, marketing and branding product. I'm an adaptable, diciplined, and fast learner willing to work in team and individually.
CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION
Utilize Overpasses: Janti Urban Rest Stop F i n a l P ro j e c t 2018
Post-disaster Project: Al-Ikhlas Mosque, Palu, Central Sulawesi A C o l l a b o r a t i o n P ro j e c t o f E n g i n e e r i n g D e p t . U G M , A C T P R AY f o r P a l u a n d E n g i n e e r i n g D e p t . U N TA D ( o n g o i n g p ro j e c t )
Utilize Small Space for Commercial Needs; Leâ€™jend Coffee Express, Klaten, Central Java P e r s o n a l P ro j e c t 2019
A Multifuntional Interactive Student Lounge: Pelita Bangsa Health Vocational High School P e r s o n a l P ro j e c t 2019
Griya Busana Muslim Boutique Interior, Klaten, Central Java P e r s o n a l P ro j e c t 2018
Wearable Architecture C o m p e t i t i o n P ro j e c t 2017
KAYYISA FITRI Jl. Sunan Kalijaga no 74, Jaban, Sinduharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta +6281 326 762 148 email@example.com
Language Skill Competent user in English: has generally effective command of the language, can use and understand fairly complex language
Software Skill + Digital SketchUp AutoCad
Lumion Adobe Photoshop Illustrator Lightroom CorelDRAW Microsoft Office V-ray
+ Analog Model Making Hand Drafting
+ Education Gadjah Mada University
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) 2014-2018
+ Work Experiences Project Surveyor
Center of Urban Design and Difability Studio, Gadjah Mada University (on going)
Design Assistant Center of Urban Design and Difability Studio, Gadjah Mada University Aug 2018-Feb 2019
PT. Patroon Arsindo, Indonesia 2016 (1mo)
+ Committee Experiences Research Team WEX Architecture Exhibition by Student 2017 Coordinator of Enterpreneurship Dept. KMTA Architecture Students Union 2016
+ Other Experiences Design Team Post-disaster Project: Al-Ikhlas Mosque, Palu, Central Sulawesi (on going project) Design Assistant Building and Developmental Planning Program (RTBL) Jetis, Yogyakarta Aug 2018 - Feb 2019 Speaker “Architecture is Everywhere” as introduction of architecture to freshman; Pesta Ganendra 2018
International Certification Indonesia-Japan Developmental Cultural Exchange 2018 Presenter
“Jogja Mencari Ruang” at WEX Architecture Exhibition by Student 2017
+ Personal Projects
Design Conceptor Utilize Small Spaces for Commercial Needs,
Le’jend Coffee Express, Klaten, Central Java (built) 2019
Design Conceptor Modern Minimalist Griya Busana Muslim Boutique Interior, Klaten, Central Java 2018
Maximizing Small Space Through Clean and Neat Backyard: Mr. Habib Mustafa (Built) 2018 Design Conceptor Compact Living Main Bedroom Interior: Mr. Hiszbullah (Built) 2016 Product Styling Aleta Bag, Indonesia Local Business Brand 2018 Product Styling Knotted Studio, Indonesia Local Business Brand 2017-2018
URBAN REST STOP The increasing number of population lead to density in urban areas hence encourage governments to continue developing their urban mobility through infrastrsucture such as flyovers. There are three flyovers in Yogyakarta that have been built, one of which is Janti flyover. Janti flyover was built with the aim to break the density that is in the vicinity. As an area which connecting two districts, this selected site (under flyover) is rarely passed by riders (other than the surrounding population), though this area now is used by residents for trade activities. They opened the aviary tents selling food and drinks. In addition to selling activities, this area becomes a parking lot for consumers who visit the stalls around the area. This typology is chosen in order to make use â€œthe lost spacesâ€? as an open space and a shelter for pausing, wandering and also gathering. It is a public facility located in urban areas, at which everyone can rest, eat or just relax. This rest stop utilizes the area under Janti flyover in Yogyakarta, where it is lack of activities. This new typology is expected to break the density and moved them to this rest stop.
Urban Rest Stop Under Janti Flyover Cross-programming Method Final Project - 2018
SITE PROFILE both sites are selected based on noise levels; far enough from the main road and not too close from the railway. Both serve to strengthen the functionality under the Janti flyover,
BUILDING FUNCTION known as a densely populated area where many of the buildings have shifted to shophouses, especially on the roadside.
basically, this area is very easy to reach using all types of transportation such as city buses and private vehicles. But in reality, it is rare to find private vehicles in the form of cars or motorbikes that cross under the bridge
NOISE SOURCE located not far from the main airport in the east and the train in the south, causing very high noise levels
CROSSPROGRAMMING This method combines functions into a combination of programs through zoning, forms, relationships between spaces, circulation, and material. To regulate the connections between outdoor and indoor space, the material in the transit area uses a space divider in the form of glass, lattice or a floor height, so that even if it is not physically connected, the two spaces can be visually attached.
1. the application of flat roofs is intended to reflect directly the noise that occurs around
2. these flat roofs can also be used for community area
A Post-disaster Project:
AL-IKHLAS MOSQUE On 28 September 2018, a large earthquake struck in the neck of the Minahasa Peninsula, Indonesia, with its epicentre located in the mountainous Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi. The magnitude 7.5 quake was located 77 km away from the provincial capital Palu and was felt as far as Samarinda on East Kalimantan and also in Tawau, Malaysia.This event was preceded by a sequence of foreshocks, the largest of which was a magnitude 6.1 tremor that occurred earlier that day (Wikipedia, 2019) According to National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB), the number of victims who died from the earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi and surrounding areas increased to 2,113 people and at least 66,926 houses were damaged, as well as a number of other public facilities such as school buildings, religious buildings, and hospitals Therefore, the university together with the local government helped to re-establish their public facilities such as mosques and school buildings. In this context, I along with my colleague under the direction of Mr. Dimas Wihardyanto, ST., MT. as a lecture in-charge, we are responsible for designing mosques with emphasis on the local functions and wisdom of the local area.
A Collaboration Project with Nauvaldi Ryantama R. Dept. of Engineering Gadjah Mada University, ACT PRAY for Palu and Dept. of Engineering Universitas Tadulako (on going project)
The shape of the row on shaf in the mosque (the size of each) is applied to the landscape. In addition to providing an aesthetic element on the outside of the mosque, this form can also be used to accommodate the congregation of the overwhelming prayer, especially on ied.
The shape of the dome adopts the dome that used in the Faculty of Engineering UGM, where those who concerned wants a design that still has its own characteristics
Glugu wood is applied to the facade of the mosque which also becomes an accent, as well as in the columns inside
the laying columns on mosques is the main concern that can affect on the formation of shaf lines where these lines cannot be separate horizontally
Glugu wood is also known as coconut wood, which is an ingredient obtained from collecting coconut trees, both wildly grown and cultivated as part of a coconut tree. In Kalimantan, it is very easy to get glugu wood, therefore, aside from being the character or identity of this building, we use local materials as much as possible to save expenses on shipping costs of raw materials pict: wood application plan
Small Space for Commercial Needs:
LEâ€™JEND COFFEE A cafe with the size area of 2.5 x 5 meters, utilizing the space in front of the shop, the owner wants a cafe with the concept of 'take away' while still providing space for â€˜dine-in. The principle of minimalism is applied to maximize space limitations so that the needs of all users; both customers and employees can be met, taking into account the accuracy of laying zoning space, the size of furniture used, and expectations of activities that occur in such space.
An Express Cafe (built) Klaten, Central Java Personal Project - 2019
A cafe with area of 2.5 x 5 meters, utilizing the space in front of the shop, the owner wants a cafe with a concept of 'take away' while still providing space for ‘dine-in’ customers.
Moreover, the owner wants to make a room that meets those needs by adding air-conditioning facilities, so the use of glass windows and doors are necessary to create a closed space and to manipulate the size of the room.
A Design Proposal of
STUDENT LOUNGE This project is the final assignment of employee recruitment for the aim of 'Building Project Architect' position held by PT. K24 Indonesia. PT. K24 Indonesia is a National Franchise Pharmacy Network that is open 24 hours continuous every day and committed to providing complete medical needs at reasonable prices. This company has several supporting facilities such as drug storage and also Vocational High School focused on health called Pelita Bangsa. Therefore in this context, I was given the task of designing a room to be used as a student lounge (including a canteen) and could accommodate the activities of the students. In addition, it is hoped that this room can be used as a center for student activities, so that students can play music, or hold other events. The owner expects a minimalist, energetic design that represents the spirit of students aged between 15-20 years with several criterias: a room with a size of 10 x 15.7 meters, located on the 1st floor, with 40x40 cm white tiled floors, exposed beam ceilings and using corporate color such as green, yellow, red, blue, and their derivative colors.
Final Assignment for Architect Position (Big Three) PT. K24 Indonesia Personal Project - 2018
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The concept of flexibility is used in designing this student lounge interior; how a room can accommodate more than one activity. Flexibility is then translated into furniture selection and zoning based on existing needs and conditions in the space Using dominant white colors combined with corporate colors in the column (green), chairs (red), and lighting (yellow)
Table Details The foldable principle is applied to the table attached to the wall. This table can be folded (as in the picture) if it is not being used like when the stage is being used for jamming
Chair Details Using a cube-shaped chair with light wood material designed to be stacked, so that users are free to explore using space. Can function as a chair or table.
Space Zoning dirty zone: food & beverage stalls core zone: accommodating student activities (discussion, doing assignments, group activities / individuals, casual reading) and entertainment activities in this core zone there is a leveling board which creates a different space experience (with a sitting seat) and can be used as a stage for entertainment activities semi-outdoor zone: furniture that adopts the shapes of tribune to create casual activities with an orientation to the outside in order to create interaction between inner space with outer space circulation zone: a sterile area to accommodate movement in and out of users, and circulation go directly to food & berverage stalls
Modern Minimalist Boutique Interior
GRIYA BUSANA MUSLIM In a store, determining the space layout plays an important role in the clarity of circulation and zoning created in it. This has an effect on the convenience of the buyer in choosing and determining his choice. This project is located in a commercial area in the city center, Klaten, Central Java, connected directly to the owner's house. Located in a small city with a middle-level economy gives a significant impact on business sectors, especially in the fashion industry. This boutique itself has been used a few years back, but the owner wants to change the concept of marketing by participating in changing the interior of the boutique which is one way to attract customers. The intended market of this boutique is women; teenagers to adulthood, so that more or less will influence the selection of designs solutions in order to be in accordance with the trend that is being favored by the public. In addition, the owner hopes that with the existence of this boutique, small cities like Klaten can be better known in the wider community.
Redesign Boutique Interior Klaten, Yogyakarta In collaboration with Fitha Aulia 2018
to the warehouse 6.28m 6.6m
4.2m to the ownerâ€™s house 7.2m
moveable hanging rack
Utilizing empty space on the front of the store to be used as a front window display, by adding a glass wall as a barrier. Changing the fitting room into the store area, making it easier for consumers to try the product of their choice (no need to go to another room). Thus it is expected to provide a sense of comfort for consumers. In addition, the material coherenc is very much considered in this project to spoil the customer's vision with the aesthetics of the chosen pattern and color
Architectural Design x Fashion
WEARABLE ARCHITECTURE Begins from unease from the use of materials on both the runways of fashion and architectural exhibits that leave a lot of "junk" (material not used after the show). An architectural design thinking and fashion design knowledge that tries to maximize the function of using the rest of the material so that it becomes a work that can be enjoyed and useful for longer. Recreating waste materials into something new that can actually be used is a new challenge for us. However, with the theme of 'reusable', we think that the new product that will be created will be better if it does not become useless and then discarded. We use unused leftover cardboard material. This material has a rigid character that stimulates the idea that this design must be even more everlasting, for example as furniture. After several experiments, this idea can finally work using the flatpack structure technique.
In Collaboration with Savira Azaria Wearable Architecture Competition Entry - 2017 Model: Herdarudewi Prabandari Photographer: Irvando Z. Purbaningrat
Kayyisa Fitri +6281 326 762 148