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PORTFOLIO MAGDALENA ERIKA


MAGDALENA ERIKA NASUTION intermediate architect PERSONAL INFORMATION

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Magdalena Erika Nasution Bandar Lampung, Indonesia April 16th 1990 Indonesian Perth, Western Australia

magdalenaerikanasution@gmail.com +61 421999032 68 Sheffield Rd Wattle Grove 6107 magdalena erika issuu.com/magdalenaerika

EDUCATION BACKGROUND SMA NEGERI 1 Bandar Lampung July 2005 - June 2008 Bandar Lampung, Indonesia

Certificate of Completion of Upper Secondary School natural science specialization

Parahyangan Catholic University Aug 2008 -June 2013 Bachelor of Architectural Engineering Bandung, Indonesia Grade Point Average : 3.08 Graduation predicate : Excellent

LANGUANGE PROFICIENCY

INDONESIAN

ENGLISH

SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY Ms. Office

Word Power Point Excel

Adobe

Photoshop Indesign


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Gary Fell Architect Bureau Feb 2016 - Dec 2017 Bali, Indonesia +62 361723195 www.gfabarchitects.com PT. Alam Sutera Realty, Tbk. Sept 2013 -Jan 2016 Tangerang, Indonesia +62 2129779788 www.alam-sutera.com PT. HARP Indonesia Nov 2010 -Jan 2011 Bali, Indonesia

Intermediate Architect Work closely with the principal architect from schematic design stage to final construction drawings documentation stage of a building project.

Architectural Design Specialist Person-in-Charge for Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park project. Created design concept and schematic drawings for initial presentation. Created detailed drawings and specifications, documentation for tender, construction and building permit. Junior Intern Architect Assisted the principal architect to create a schematic design for presentation. Assisted in preparation of plans and specifications for tender and construction. Verified & reviewed shop drawings and specifications submitted by the contractor.

Melati Danes Interior Nov 2010 -Jan 2011 Bali, Indonesia +62 3614743075

2D Autocad Archicad Revit

Junior Intern Architect Assisted the principal architect to create a schematic design for presentation. Prepared design schemes and mood board.

3D SketchUp 3Ds MAX Rhinoceros Grasshopper VRAY for SketchUp VRAY for 3Ds MAX


CONTENTS A stack of selected professional works during my employment as an architect for PT. Alam Sutera Realty Indonesia and Gary Fell Architect Bureau (GFAB) from 2013 to 2017. The projects are mostly located in Bali with some located in Thailand and Flores. The functions are mostly hospitality and commercial. Situated in the tropical parts of the world, the design strategies demonstrate how to deal with tropical climate while maintaining culture and aesthetic aspect at the same time.


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THE RITZ CARLTON AT CAPE MAYAVEE hotel & resort - phuket, thailand

TSHM VILLA private villa - pecatu, bali, indonesia THE RESORT AT LABUAN BAJO villa & resort - flores, indonesia UBUD STREET SHOPPING AVENUE retail complex - GWK, bali, indonesia

THE COMMERCIAL STRIP retail & dining - GWK, bali, indonesia

THE SUNSET BAR F&B facility - GWK, bali, indonesia THE SKYWALK BRIDGE &GALLERY cultural facility - GWK, bali, indonesia


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01 THE RITZ CARLTON AT CAPE MAYAVEE “embodying the languages of the nature” Luxury Hotel and Resort Phuket, Thailand


PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM STATUS ROLE

: hospitality : cape mayavee, phuket, thailand : Capital EM : GFAB Architects : under construction : architectural assistant

Blurring the lines between the buildings and the landscapes Located in the magnificent Cape Mayavee, the aim of this design is to create buildings that are tailored beautifully to the landscapes The main design strategy is to mimic the languages of the nature, which represent the characteristics of the cape itself Building emerged from the ground as if it is a part of the landscape, greeneries covered the roofs as the vegetations covered the top ground, buildings sit on the top of stone pedestals as the rocks covered the bottom of the island

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE an illustration that shows how the buildings arranged to sit on the site naturally


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: 183.070 sqm : 76.752 sqm

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MASTER PLAN building orientation maximizes the view to the ocean ZONING 8 types of building function


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1 ARRIVAL BUILDING

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7 MAIN POOL AND SUITES

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4 RITZ CARLTON RESIDENCES

6 THE VILLAS

8 WATER AMENITIES


MAIN ENTRANCE front elevation of the reception building SECTION connection from the main drop off to the reception


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ARRIVAL BUILDING

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Serving as the main reception building, the arrival building is very important in helping to create the first impression as this is the first building entered by the guests before they are transferred to another buildings with the buggy cars An open plan design is applied to flaunt the main selling point of the property which is the “magnificent ocean view” of the Phuket Island


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LOWER FLOOR PLAN

SECTION instead of removing the natural big rocks, they are kept as important architectural elements inside the building

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


UPPER GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ROOF PLAN

F&B BUILDING The preservation of existing local trees and rocks is one of the design strategies applied in the F&B building design Using the existing natural elements as architectural elements not only regarded as a sustainable design practices but can also help to improve the distinctive characteristic of the building


MAIN POOL a perspective view of the main pool building overlooking the Andaman Sea at dusk


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suites (35 keys)

ISOMETRY exploded isometry of the main pool building plans


UNIT PLAN typical floor plan of the suites

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LEGEND 1 entrance 2 ensuite 3 living room 4 bedroom 5 terrace

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SECTION suite units section below the main pool


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RITZ CARLTON RESIDENCE a three bedroom residence with open plan living room and infinity pool overlooking the Andaman Sea, to be managed by the Ritz Carlton


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Bedroom Living and dining room

PRIVATE RESIDENCE a four bedrooms residence with open plan living room and infinity pool overlooking the Andaman Sea


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TOP RC Residence ground floor plan BOTTOM RC Residence lower floor plan


TOP Private Residence ground floor plan BOTTOM Private Residence lower floor plan


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TOP villa 1 floor plan BOTTOM villa 2 floor plan


TOP Private Residence ground floor plan BOTTOM Private Residence lower floor plan


The sightline To ensure the privacy of the guests, the levels and building arrangement between villa 1 and villa 2 are adjusted according to the sightline of human eyes. Therefore, the sense of privacy could be maintained while the use of effective space could be optimized at the same time. The use of natural elements like tree and stones also helped to create natural borders which blend perfectly with the architecture.


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SECTION the cross section between villa 1 and villa 2


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WATER AMENITIES sitting on the top of the rocks at the bottom of Cape Mayavee, the water amenities designed for the guests to experience the real beauty of Andaman Sea. white-washed local timber and bamboo materials selected to impove the characteristic of vernacular architecture

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THE ROCK BAR


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02 TSHM VILLA AT PECATU - PRIVATE VILLA


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TSHM VILLA “experiencing the sequence of spaces� Private Villa Uluwatu, Pecatu, Bali

The design strategy of this project is leading people to experience the sequence of space through a series of changing perspective views as he / she moves from one point to another. Begins from the entry through the main gate, people will be allowed to explore a series of vista formed by the exterior elements. An impression of enclosure constructed by the natural and built boundaries will draw people curiosity to reach the disclosure. At the very end, the entire experience will reveal the main focal point of the building which is the breathtaking view of the indian ocean, framed by the architecture itself. This rewarding spatial experience will add meaning into the overall architectural experience and make it unforgetable.

PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM STATUS ROLE

: hospitality : pecatu, bali, indonesia : Tan Sri Hamdan Mohammad : GFAB Architects : postponed construction : project architect

land area built area

: 22.300 sqm : 1.670 sqm


SEQUENCE OF SPACE an illustration of movement from enclosure to disclosure a sequence of spaces constructed through the changing perspective views and revealing the main focal point


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02 TSHM VILLA AT PECATU - PRIVATE VILLA


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TOP mainhouse longitudinal section BOTTOM mainhouse front elevation


TOP mainhouse ground floor plan MIDDLE mainhouse lower floor plan BOTTOM mainhouse lowest floor plan


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02 TSHM VILLA AT PECATU - PRIVATE VILLA

TOP guesthouse longitudinal section BOTTOM guesthouse front elevation


TOP guesthouse ground floor plan BOTTOM RIGHT guesthouse lower floor plan BOTTOM LEFT guesthouse lowest floor plan


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THE LOCAL PATTERN An asymmetrical roof covered with balinese pattern carved terracotta roof is the prominent design element in this project. A fusion between modern and vernacular style is presented through the use of local materials and the basic form of the building.


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03 THE RESORT AT LABUAN BAJO “a place of solitude� Villa and Resort Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia

Set on two land plots of 7.6 Hectares and 2.8 Hectares, this resort and villas project situated in the beautiful mountaneous scenery of the renowned Labuan Bajo. This project consisting of an apartment complex, hotel, villas and a stylish ocean club. Nestled into the hill with steep sides dropping into the ocean below, the natural feature allows all the buildings to benefit from superb view. The aim of this design is to maximize the potential views of the Labuan Bajo ocean while promoting the characteristic of local Flores architecture through the selection of local materials. Each block of the buildings are linked by a system of buggy track which wrap around the hillside and allow entry from the top of each building and for the guests to see clean over the garden roof of the buildings. The planters and natural borders are arranged to assist with privacy between the buildings. This creates a sense of solitude while enjoying the natural wonder of Labuan Bajo.

PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM STATUS ROLE

: hospitality : labuan bajo, flores, indonesia : ALILA resorts : GFAB architects : design proposal : architectural assistant


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MASTER PLAN consisting of 4 main function which linked by a system of buggy track


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LEGEND 1 apartment 2 villas 3 hotel 4 beach club 5 pier


APARTMENT The apartments come in two types , single level /single bedroom lofts and 2 level/ 2 bedrooms duplex apartments. The apartments benefit from large terraces on each floor and extensive glazing (adequately shaded against the sun) provides a seamless connection between inside and outside. Living areas are kept open plan and the material palette is kept simple for easy maintenance, employing a mixture of local rubble stone, “off form� concrete and timber.


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TOP master bedroom interior BOTTOM living room interior


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At the summit of the hill a small restaurant and pool with panoramic views is provided for the owners/users and housekeeping and storage facilities are contained within the ramp structure linking the various levels at the eastern end of the plot.


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LEGEND 1 living room 2 kitchen 3 bedroom 4 ensuite 5 entrance 6 storage


THE VILLAS Each villa offers large expansive living areas which are open to decks and pools of 15m length and can be closed off with storm blinds which retract into slots in the ceilings. The main kitchens for each villa is set directly behind this living area and an island “bar” like kitchen/serving station is provided within the living area itself. Part of the living area can be closed off with glazing, AC and function as an TV or separate sitting room. Bedrooms are housed in either blocks/”components” of 2 with their own en suite bathrooms.


TOP upper floor plan MIDDLE ground floor plan BOTTOM lower floor plan

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THE HOTEL The hotel building might be seen as a “table” or “plateau” like design, where the main public spaces project from the slope and are supported (essentially) on blocks of standard and rooms below.


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Down below the “table top” circulation to the rooms extends as a series of dramatic “flying” walkways over what is essentially a (partially) shaded garden on the hillside and terraces created to support the room blocks themselves. Above the table top and its green roof canopy, and set into what remains of the hillside heading toward the summit, are located the villas with pools, connected to the principal public areas/levels by means of a buggy track.


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

LOWER FLOOR PLAN

LOWER 2 FLOOR PLAN

LOWER 3 FLOOR PLAN


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THE OCEAN CLUB Far down the hillside almost at sea level and cut into the face of the hill we find the “ocean club”. This element in many ways is the “front door” of the whole development. A vast pier structure projects out from the lowest levels reaching beyond (and protecting) the wonderful coral reef below to the deep waters beyond. It is envisaged that any drop off of guests and parking of visiting boats will happen on the far side of this pier in order to keep the reef pristine for diving and snorkeling.


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The club essentially straddles the base of the southern hill/promontory and connects both beaches via a series of decks and pools set at varying levels. One enters from the sea side via the pier at the centre of the club. The slim areas of site available to be developed (reasonably), have lead to us structuring the composition as a pair of “wings” emanating from this main canopy/ hub area that houses the first of 3 bars which are spread across the development.


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GARUDA WISNU KENCANA Cultural Park Ungasan, Bali, Indonesia


04 UBUD STREET SHOPPING AVENUE - RETAIL COMPLEX

PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM

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STATUS ROLE

: commercial (retail) : ungasan, bali, indonesia : Alam Sutera Realty : Alam Sutera Realty inhouse architect : postponed construction : project architect


04 UBUD STREET SHOPPING AVENUE “a sense of local culture� Retail Complex Ungasan, Bali, Indonesia

One of the most distinctive urban elements in Bali is the rows of shops that grow organically from time to time , shaping the culture-influenced trading spaces, that we can find almost everywhere around the street of Kuta or Ubud. This kind of unique atmosphere cannot be find on any well-planned retail facilities. The shops just develop themselves following human activity pattern. Inspired by the unplanned growth of the shops in Ubud street, this project aims to bring the sense of local trading activities into the biggest retail complex in Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. By creating non-typical building forms and facades, the sole aim of this design can be achieved. The use of local material and specific colour pallette also play major role in creating the atmosphere of traditional Ubud shopping street.


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SITE PLAN the retail complex not only consists of retail spaces but also banjar and miniatures of balinese traditional house.


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THIS PAGE TOP site plan zoning THIS PAGE BOTTOM units elevation OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM units section

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05 COMMERCIAL STRIP - RETAIL AND DINING

PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM

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STATUS ROLE

: commercial (retail) : ungasan, bali, indonesia : Alam Sutera Realty : Alam Sutera Realty inhouse architect : built : project architect


05 COMMERCIAL STRIP “the activity generator� Retail and Dining Ungasan, Bali, Indonesia

Located at the front area of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, this retail facility plays important role to create the first impression of the whole venue. Subsequently, this project is set to be the activity generator of the cultural park, as the activities will be started here right after the guests coming out from the parking area. Amazing view of the mighty Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue and the giant limestone pillars that can be seen from the outdoor dining area are the main strength of the design. Therefore, the layout of the retail units and the outdoor spaces are adjusted to optimize the view of the statue and the cliffs, while minimizing the view to the parking lot area. The design strategy also emphasizes on creating non-typical balinese style facades to represent the characteristics of local shopping street design.


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SITE PLAN the commercial strip divided into five blocks of retail units with outdoor sellable spaces the left block operated by local balinese people


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FRONT ELEVATION the shop fronts design of the commercial strip retail units are to be proposed by tenants


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PERSPECTIVE

The view of Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue and the giant limestone pillars are visible from the outdoor dining area and the walkway of commercial strip This retail units located near the outer gate of Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, linking the parking lot to the inner gate of the park.


06 THE SUNSET BAR - F&B FACILITY

PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM

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: commercial (F&B) : ungasan, bali, indonesia : Alam Sutera Realty : Alam Sutera Realty inhouse architect : design proposal : project architect


06 THE SUNSET BAR “capturing the twilight� F&B Facility Ungasan, Bali, Indonesia

The region of Ungasan is very famous for its mesmerizing sunset. For this reason, a sunset bar was planned to be built on the top of a cliff in GWK Cultural Park, which is one of the best spot to catch the sunset inside the park with a panoramic view or Denpasar city. Local merbau and coconut timber is the dominant material used in this project, while thatched roof is installed to implement the characteristic of local architecture.


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SITE PLAN An open-air bar concept is implemented to this project to maximize the experience of lounging under the sunset. Seven cabanas and four-seating table areas designed to be laid on two different levels. Each level is determined according to human’s field of vision. On the right side, there laid a bar station and three sets of outdoor lounge overlooking the dramatic cliffs of GWK. The floor layout is adjusted to the shape of the cliff and also the contour to minimize excavation works. The intention is to retain the natural shape of the ground which characterized by the combination of low vegetation and limestone.


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07 THE SKYWALK BRIDGE AND GALLERY “between the earth and sky” Cultural Facility Ungasan, Bali, Indonesia

Going up the panoramic elevator, the Skywalk Gallery begins at the entrance of the bridge, consists of exhibition space, interactive gallery, outdoor gallery space and a sky cafe overlooking the GWK statue. At the end of the gallery , there is the Skywalk Bridge which intended to carry people to the sky level, as Garuda carry the God Vishnu to the sky. People will be brought to feel as if they are inside the story. Extending above the gigantic limestone pillars, this project is one of the ultimate attraction where visitor can see the entire park from a bird’s point of view. The concept of this Skywalk Bridge project derived from the master concept of Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park that aims to bring people into the story of the God Vishnu and his vahana Garuda, and to experience every stage of his life.


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MASTER PLAN The Skywalk Bridge and Gallery extending above the gigantic limestone pillars of Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park


PROJECT DATA PROJECT TYPE LOCATION CLIENT ARCHITECTURE TEAM STATUS ROLE

: cultural facility : ungasan, bali, indonesia : Alam Sutera Realty : Alam Sutera Realty inhouse architect : postponed construction : project architect


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ISOMETRIC VIEW The row of soldier piles supports the steel structure of the skywalk bridge. The floor plate is a combination of steel plate and perforated steel.


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TOP skywalk gallery section BOTTOM skywalk gallery plan

GALLERY SKY CAFE HOLOGRAM ROOM OUTDOOR GALLERY


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Magdalena erika professional portfolio  

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Magdalena erika professional portfolio  

2013 - 2017

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