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MUHAMMAD REGY SEPTIAN

Architecture Portfolio 2015


MUHAMMAD REGY SEPTIAN

Jl. Bekasi Timur IV No.3, Jakarta, Indonesia. 13410 +62-877-8083-7072 mregyseptians@gmail.com linked.in/in/mregyseptian www.issuu.com/mregyseptian

EDUCATION

Institute of Techology Bandung | Bandung, Indonesia

08 / 2011 - Present

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Class of 2011. CGPA: 3,41 of 4.

EMPLOYMENT

06 - 09 / 2015

PTI Architects | Jakarta, Indonesia

Internship as Architectural Assistant Projects involved: Daiwa Serviced Apartment Project, Daan Mogot Masterplan

ACHIEVEMENTS 08 / 2011 - 08 / 2015

ITB Bidikmisi Scholarship Scholarship recipient

10 / 2013

Playscape Design Competition 100 selected international entries

05 / 2011

54 Public High School

1st runner up of best graduated student 03 / 2010

Provoke! Art Wave T-Shirt Design Competition Top 30 finalists by Australian Education Center

SKILLS

AutoCAD

Adobe Photoshop

SketchUp

Adobe Illustrator

V-ray for SU

Adobe InDesign

Rhino

Microsoft Office

Grasshopper

3ds Max Design

Physical modeling Hand-sketching Watercolour Architectural drafting & detailing Presentation and publising


Curriculum Vitae

PUBLICATION

02 / 2015

Green Space as Stress Reductor in Urban Life | co-author Journal of Asian Institute of Low Carbon Design, Japan

02 / 2015

“Gaung Bandung: River, Our City’s Space” Book | PIC Documentation of IMA-Gunadharma, ITB

12 / 2014

Traditional Achitecture Elements in Tourism Facilities in Bandung Class of Architectural Seminar, ITB

AFFILIATIONS

09 / 2015

Revitalization & Adaptive Reuse of Jakarta Kota Station | Workshop Participant (IAI Jakarta)

09 - 10 / 2015

Gaung Bandung: River, Our City’s Space | Workshop & Exhibition Head of Event Management

09 - 10 / 2014

Gaung Bandung: Kampong, Face of the City | Workshop & Exhibition Staff of Event Management

01 / 2014 - 01 / 2015

IMA Gunadharma | Student Organisation

Staff of Innovation, Incubation and Ideas Division

06 - 08 / 2012

OSKM (Student Orientation) | Keluarga Mahasiswa ITB

03 - 04 / 2012

Da Capo Concert 2013 | ITB Student Orchestra

07 / 2009 - 07 / 2010

Mentor

Stage Management Team

Youth Science Club of 54 SHS | Student Organisation Head of organisation

LANGUAGES

Bahasa Indonesia | Native English | Excellent

INTERESTS

Heritage building conservation, transportation building, waterfront Traveling, photography, movies, graphic design


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Table of Contents

ACADEMIC

COMPETITIONS

OTHERS

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JAKARTA KOTA STATION REDEVELOPMENT

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BANDUNG CREATIVE SPACE

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ANTAPANI RESIDENCE

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INFARMSTRUCTURE

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AMP(H)LIFYING TOGETHERNESS

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PRESENSE PARK

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URBAN ACU(FUN)CTURE

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DAIWA SERVICED APARTMENT

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01 JAKARTA KOTA STATION REDEVELOPMENT

Jakarta, Indonesia | 2015 Mentor: Professor Dr. -Ing. Widjaja Martokousumo

The project will turn Jakarta Kota Railway Station into future’s transit hub while retaining its adjacent historic features and building. Based on a plan conducted by the government, it transforms the site into a new civic precinct consists of extended station building, hotel, retail complex and cultural center. It is all merely to brace the Jakarta Old Town as the new center of creative industries. The project took 6 months designing process included the research and analysis study. It is considered as a semi-real project (since the masterplan had been studied previously by PT. KAI) and I was involved in the development phase . “Dynamic in tranquility” is the new image brought by the new building while retaining its surroundings.

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AR4099 Final Studio Assignment Institute of Technology Bandung

SITE ANALYSIS

1929 Built, formerly known as Batavia Ooster Spoorweg Mij. (BOS)

2015 Due to overcapacity passengers the station becomes less comfortable

circa 1980 The main entrance was closed due to high congestion on the street

2005 The building classified as cultural heritage

Jakarta Kota Railway Station is one of the oldest and the busiest railway stations in Jakarta. With 80,000 passengers a day, the public transport terminal welcoming travelers to Jakarta Old Town, makes it has an important role as part of the development project of Jakarta Old Town. Moreover, PT. KAI also predicted that the number of passengers in the station will doubly increase by 2025 Regarding the site’s potencies for tourism and commercial business, PT. KAI also planned to develop the station with additional functions such as hotel, retail complex.

surroundings

400 m

800 m

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01 JAKARTA KOTA STATION REDEVELOPMENT

ISSUE STATEMENT

Rp orientation

safety

circulation

permeability

efficiency

preservation

Today’s and future’s transportation building will face various issues in handling people’s movement (as its number grows uncontrolably). As the users, people need more obvious orientation and circulation while inside the building. They also need to feel safe, particularly when having direct contact with public transportations itself. On the other aspects, the building also has to be highly efficient as commercial facilities. It is also important to consider the environment’s robustness by reconnecting site separated by railway and preserving its adjacent heritage building.

DYNAMIC IN TRANQUILITY

Station nowadays is not only a place for people to transport by train, it has grown as a place where people can find both transportation and relaxation facilities; dynamism and tranquility. The design carried up by combining these two aspects. By clustering retail, hotel and community services such as gallery near the station, Jakarta Kota Railway Station is proposed to be a convenient place for people after/ before having long journey with public transportations. This urban uplift and activation will boost the local economy and support a more vibrant and engaged community.

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AR4099 Final Studio Assignment Institute of Technology Bandung

DESIGN STRATEGIES

Maintaining the city’s existing grid based on surroundings (buildings, open spaces and streets).

Applying the concept of perimeter building.

Fragmenting ground floor due to accessibility issue.

Pulling up the building accordingly to the programs.

Reconnecting north-sourth side of the site by a bridge. Thus, linking the new and old station buildings with corridor.

Continuing the line elements on existing building. Smoothing it to shown a new building’s dynamism.

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LEGEND A. STATION PARK B. JAKARTA KOTA RAILWAY STATION C. BNI 46 KOTA BUILDING D. MAIN PLAZA E. MAIN ENTRANCE F. RETAIL COMPLEX G. HOTEL H. RIVER PROMENADE I. STATION TRANSFER BRIDGE J. SOUTH ENTRANCE 0

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model

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ground plan

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01 JAKARTA KOTA STATION REDEVELOPMENT

hotel tower (level 4-9) rainwater harvesting pond rooftop restaurant 65 standard guestrooms 15 deluxe guestrooms

retail & functions (level 3) meeting rooms kitchen food court retail

retail, station & hotel lobby (level 2) hotel office outdoor restaurant retail tapping gates paid concourse escalators and lifts to platform

retail, station & hotel lobby (level 3) river promenade bus & cab parking hotel concierge main hall north entrance platforms south entrance main plaza

vertical circulation stacks diagram (programming)

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AR4099 Final Studio Assignment Institute of Technology Bandung

station transfer bridge view

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01 JAKARTA KOTA STATION REDEVELOPMENT

light industries

Ciliwung River

river promenade

new building redevelopment

site section

R/F

+35.00

HOTEL Area: 3249 sqm L8

+33.00

L7

+29.00

L6

+25.00

L5

+21.00

L4

+17.00

L3

+12.00

L2

+7.00

L1

-11.60

B1

-4.00

B2

-7.60

B3

-11.60

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80 guestrooms function rooms fitness center

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AR4099 Final Studio Assignment Institute of Technology Bandung

key plan

en space/main plaza

TRAIN STATION Area: 1855 sqm

Jakarta Kota Railway Station (preserved)

Stasiun Kota Rd

pedestrian underpass

museum Pintu Besar Rd

RETAIL COMPLEX Area: 1637 sqm

120.000 passengers/day GALLERY & WORKSHOP Area: 500 sqm 150 visitors

perspective section

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main pathway secondary circulation pedestrian underpass entrance

pedestrian circulation

CIRCULATION MANAGEMENT

on site circulation off site circulation basement entrance

vehicle circulation

underground parking capacity: 200 cars 300 motorbikes ground parking capacity: 4 buses 10 cabs 50 bicycles

vehicle parking

Entrance Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Commuter passenger Long distance passenger Logistic train Public circulation

passenger circulation

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Passengers circulation is a combination between the old and new building. The circulations mostly referred to the standard given by PT.KAI. Though the station serves for both long distance and commuter passengers, there is no particular separation in the paid concourse. It is caused by irregular directions to the existing train lanes.


AR4099 Final Studio Assignment Institute of Technology Bandung

south entrance

station transfer bridge

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As the new civic precinct, the station will become part of people’s traveling journey. With various facilities indeed, people can choose their own way in enjoying their journey. Not only providing people’s need for commercial facilities, but the new station will also come up with culutural facilities such as gallery. Moreover, the main plaza and river promenade outside the building will be the new alternatives to hold diverse cultural events such as local bazaar and festivals.

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cafe and gallery

main plaza

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plan

bengkirai wood deck 1.9 cm x 9 cm x 200 cm floor plate 12 cm

level 8 (4.00 m)

elevation

level 5-7 (16.00 m)

wall 15 cm

floor plate 12 cm concrete slab 40 x 70 cm

waterproofed floor plate 20 cm ceiling frame 5 x 5 cm gypsum base plafond 2 cm

basement 2 - level 4 (24.60 m)

concrete slab 60 x 100 cm

concrete slab 40 x 70 cm basement 3 (4.00 m)

sloof 60 x 100 cm bore pile Ă˜ 100 cm

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The stream line and form of the facade is one kind of responding the heritage context of the site. It represents a dynamic movement from the past to the future. Moreover, it also functions to sunshade the building as a tropical building consideration.

detailed section

pushroad motor at suspension reversible clamp handling alumunium clamp punctiform

perforated alumunium panel 12 mm, exterior coating

sloof 10 cm

detail

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station transfer bridge (5.20 m)

square hollow section 500 x 500 x 10 cm

ceiling frame 3 x 3 cm wall 15 cm floor plate 12 cm

square hollow section 500 x 500 x 10 cm steel frame 700 x 300 cm platform (7.00 m)

steel frame 900 x 300 cm

drainage pipe Ă˜ 15 cm balas subbalas rock based

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alumunium st clip kalzip roof 50 x 333 light steel C-framed 140 x 50 mm alumunium pipe Ă˜ 15 cm

kalzip roof 50 x 333 cm heat insulation

square hollow section 500 x 500 x 10 cm

vapour control layer trapezoidal linear sheet

light steel C-framed 140 x 50 mm square hollow section 500 x 500 x 10 cm

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02 BANDUNG CREATIVE SPACE

Bandung, Indonesia | 2014 Mentor: Himasari Hanan, Ir, MAE, Dr. -Ing

The aim of this project is to build a mixed use building in the center of Bandung. The mixed use of hotel, rental office, community theatre and retail space is provided to support developing local creative industries. In this studio work, circulation, public space and functions are issues mainly adressed. By naming it as the urban balcony, the building may be the newly, vibrant civic place in the area. It creates a new experience for people to feel the presence of the city beneath the iconic tower laid.

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AR4090 Architecture Design Studio Institute of Technology Bandung

SITE ANALYSIS Located in the city’s business center, the site has several potentials yet problems. Though the site potentially connecting the roads between, it is also prone to be just a bypass. However, the lack of public spaces in the city can be an opportunity to attract people to the site.

main road secondary road pedestrian bypass

accessibility

commercial cultural/civic center residential

city land use

greenery and open space

open spaces and activities

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02 BANDUNG CREATIVE SPACE

ISSUE STATEMENT Supporting Bandung in pursuing to be named as world’s creative city, this proposal shall become the tool in a distinctive way. To reach this goal, Bandung is facing some serious obstacles in providing good public spaces and enhancing its rooted creative industries. Hence, this proposal will respond to these specific issues by providing a new, vibrant civic space for the people. It will become an incubator space where producers and users of creative industries meet in the same time and place to boost new creative ideas.

Space for Community These growing communities need an incubator to gain more productvity

Local Identity As community’s space, it has to show its own/local identity and be the new landmark there

Besides the creative industries itself, another potential the city has is its creative communities. Bandung has hundreds of creative communities who keep the city alive. Contextually, the area in the proposal is located nearby some culture centers and its communities spreaded on the city streets. Therefore, this space should accomodate these communities to develop and keep the city alive. Inspired by communities who grow on the city streets, the main circulation on the site is an adaptation to its real situation. Not only to anticipate the space in becoming a bypass, the pedestrian path desires tenants to rent spaces alongside it. This unique space character shall be fortified by a new, distinguished facade wrapping it.

Public Circulation Anticipating expected pedestrian circulation and separating it with vehicles circulation

DESIGN STRATEGY

Pedestrian oriented

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Urban balcony

Iconic facade


AR4090 Architecture Design Studio Institute of Technology Bandung

PURNAWARMAN ST. B

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MERDEKA RD.

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LEGEND 1. MAIN ENTRANCE 2. EAST ENTRANCE 3. WEST ENTRANCE 4. OFFICE TOWER 5. THEATRE 6. HOTEL TOWER 7. PARAHYANGAN UNI. LIBRARY 8. BIP SHOPPING MALL 9. PANTI KARYA BUILDING

siteplan

OFFICE TOWER

HOTEL TOWER

SHOPPING MALL SKYPARK

THEATRE

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SCHEDULE OF AREA Most of podium’s area are leasable to tenants. As the main aim of this proposal is to enhance the creative industries, the tenants are preferably from local industries such as t-shirts (fashion), art and craft and food and beverage producers. The LED screen on the entrance is a consequence of its theater form inside it. While in use, the screen will show ads of the show or entertainment on special events.

RETAIL 19 tenants available GLA: 1221 sqm GFA: 1607 sqm ground plan

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RETAIL 7 tenants available (anchor tenant included) GLA: 767 sqm THEATRE theatre hall: 336 sqm theatre lounge: 210 sqm theatre backscene: 185 sqm capacity: 250 seats GFA: 2553 sqm second floor plan

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RETAIL 19 tenants available (F&B tenants included) GLA: 1220 sqm THEATRE theatre hall: 336 sqm theatre lounge: 282 sqm GFA: 2965 sqm

third floor plan

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north entrance/ drop off area

theatre lounge area

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standard guestroom interior

office interior

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SCHEDULE OF AREA To embrace all communities around, there are also some nodes as public space and gathering area on each floors. However, the main attraction of the podium is on its skypark where people can relax and see the city view as well as from their own balcony. Since the user of the building come from various creative industries, the space can be created as creative office. The continous floor concept is a way to create a unique ambience inside by encouraging people move through the ramp to each sublevel.

SKYPARK Indoor area: 456 sqm Outdoor area: 2230 sqm GFA: 2686 sqm skypark level

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HOTEL GLA: 684 sqm 70 guestrooms OFFICE GLA: 902 sqm Service (core): 174 sqm Effectiveness: 71% 10 levels fifth floor plan-typical

standard guestroom plan

deluxe guestroom plan

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R/F

+53.00

L14

+49.50

L13

+46.00

L12

+42.50

L11

+39.00

L10

+35.50

L9

+32.00

L8

+28.50

L7

+25.00

L6

+21.50

L5

+17.00

L4

+12.00

L3

+7.00

L2

+5.00

L1

+0.00

B1

-3.50

B2

-7.00

B3

-10.50

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north-south section

R/F

+47.00

L8

+43.00

L8

+41.00

L8

+37.00

L8

+33.00

L7

+29.00

L6

+25.00

L5

+21.00

L4

+17.00

L3

+12.00

L2

+7.00

L1

+2.00

B1

-1.00

B2

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B3

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north-south section

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AR4090 Architecture Design Studio Institute of Technology Bandung

new

transition

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office

FACADE CONCEPT

skypark

The general facade inspired by woven bamboo as local craft production. This facade applied on the office tower by waving the window. and giving more space to breathe since the window get easier to be opened. On the hotel tower facade, the form was simplified by adding several panels as sunshading. On the other side, this facade is also a respond to heritage buildings nearby by adopting the existed horizontal and vertical lines to the building. It was simplified as a transition between the old and new image of the city.

podium

exploded podium and office tower facade

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03 ANTAPANI RESIDENCE

Bandung, Indonesia | 2014 Mentor: Himasari Hanan, Ir, MAE, Dr. -Ing

The objective of this project is to design a landed housing in the suburban area, Antapani. As 4th year-studio assignment, the main focus of this assignment is on its masterplan. There are various aspects to consider during the design process including wayfinding, orientation, and design hierarchy. In this project, I also try to develop the idea of revitalizing the stream which crosses the site. By optimizing riverfront as main public space, the stream will become the unique attraction on the site.

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AR4090 Architecture Design Studio Institute of Technology Bandung

SITE ANALYSIS Cipamokolan Stream is one of the 10 biggest streams cross Bandung. Unfortunately, the stream becomes polluted due to the waste produced by residences and industries alongside it. To reduce the impact, this housing project is designed to see the stream as main orientation and public activities.

USERS Prospective users are mid-class people family 35%

family with extended members

Cipamokolan Stream Length: 18 km Streamflow: max. at 40 m3/s; min. at 1.25 m3/s

65%

family with two kids/none

ISSUE STATEMENT The aim of this project is to provide landed houses for mid-class people in the largest residential area of the city, Antapani. Located 7 kms far from the downtown, Antapani is also a well known comfortable living environment. As the site is passed through by little stream called Cipamokolan, it is seen potency for the site.

River revitalization

Circulation

Enhancing Community

Masterplanning

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siteplan

DESIGN STRATEGY

water and vegetation located in the center as focal point.

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open spaces for people to socialize and do many activities

built structures are consist of houses and public facilities

main circulation divides the public and private zone.


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Classified into two types, the houses placed according the priviledges of each types. The biggest type placed alongside the well accessed main and secondary road; where, the smallest one placed alongside the street with best view to the main river-park. As the programs arranged, each type has: Gandaria: 105 units Patrakomala: 139 units

primary road secondary road tertiary road pedestrian path gandaria type units patrakomala type units

ACTIVITIES To accomodate various activities of users, the residential area needs more public spaces such as park and commercial area.

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The primary road, besides dividing the public/private zone, also be the best location for larger houses. It connects to main gates of the housing. The secondary road loops the housing area while the narrower street links each smaller houses and more convenient for the pedestrians to walk.

primary road section

river promenade (outside)

site section

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house units (gandaria)

road

central park

river promenade


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secondary road section

central park

tertiary road section

house unit (patrakomala)

road

house unit

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type gandaria (red)

As well as Gandaria, the signature plant of West Java, this type is the signature of this housing. Designed for families with extended member(4-6 persons), Gandaria perfectly fits for a family gathering. The spacious rooms inside and secret inner courtyard will be the best place for family’s quality time.

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TYPE GANDARIA

170 m2

4+1

3+1

west park

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type patrakomala (blue)

The beautiful Patrakomala inspires the design of this type’s facade and interior. Belongs to the families with little members (2-4 persons), the rooms inside designed to be as efficient as possible. However, the sense of comfortablity does not come less for a bit. The house will be the perfect choice for a newly starter family.

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TYPE PATRAKOMALA

120 m2

3+1

2+1

creeks park and graden

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04 INFARMSTRUCTURE

Kitakyushu, Japan | 2015 In collaboration: Aulia Kurniaputri, Grace Sagala, Rahmandanu Pradana The development of Orio-Hibikino prompts the fringe area to grow uncontrolably. This pilot project is a tool to control the fringe development by providing a rural-life-based infrastructure in a growing urban area. Since the rural-urban boundary tends to be more blurred nowadays, the future city development needs to consider both characteristics of the rural and urban. The infrastructure will be a place for people to do farming and other various activities while providing the energy and connecting people to the buildings around. More than just an infrastructure, this masterplan project also shows the future residential typology that enhance a sustainable living.

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Re-ruralize Orio-Hibikino Urban Fringe University of Kitakyushu, Japan

SITE ANALYSIS & ISSUE STATEMENT Kitakyushu is emerging to be the new metropolitan in the south of Japan. One of the following areas to develop are Orio and Hibikino. Unfortunately, the current development seems to purge the “green area” for farming outside the city. As the result, Japan’s food self-sufficiency was 39% on a calorie basis (2006) and Kitakyushu spent 8% of its import values for food. This data shows that the city (even the whole country) tends to face food scarcity in the future. Therefore, Infarmstructure brought this main issue in developing Orio-Hibikino urban fringe. By incepting farm-based infrastructure in the heart of area, this fringe supposed to get both urban and rural characteristic in the same time, at the same place. existing condition campus area

movement

HIBIKINO

existing green space

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expected condition HIBIKINO

campus area residential commercial

HIBIKINO

road pedestrian path el. ped. path

ORIO

The site was selected based on (pressuposition) impact caused by Orio-Hibikino development. The existing University of Occupational & Environmental Health on the site seen as site’s uniqueness and opportunity. Also, the existing City Hall, Sport Center and Pharmateucal School were preserved as the city center.

HIBIKINO

existing green space connecting green space landed farming in-house farming site barrier node

ORIO

The existing condition shows that people can directly passing through the selected area from Orio-Hibikino. Instead of providing a tranport system on the site, Infarmstructure will direct people to passing the area by walking. However, they still can have transport by using existing bus line and railway at the perimeter.

ORIO

Prior green spaces stand separately. Hence, it does not give optimum impacts in flushing the pollution. By reconnecting these spaces and accomodating land for farm, Infarmstructure will maximize the its impacts. Besides, there are more public spaces as nodes between specific distance of walking.

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04 INFARMSTRUCTURE siteplan research and observation retail/ accomodation cultural/ recreational

vehicle/pedestrian crossing treetop walk/elevated path entry/exit point

infarmstructure

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UNIV. OF ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

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CAMPUS HOSPITAL

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RESEARCH CENTER

elevated park

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ELEVATED PARK

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BUILDING-CONNECTED PLAZA

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HEALTH PARK

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TREETOP WALK AND OBSERVATORY

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CITY POND AND PLAZA

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FARMING WALKWAY

human access and crossings


Re-ruralize Orio-Hibikino Urban Fringe University of Kitakyushu, Japan

treetop walk & observatory

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STACKABLE HOUSING Housing area in the new masterplan will replace previous landed housing on the site. Its compact formation can accomodate more than 100 units (as prior requirement is 100 units) As the city keeps developing, the number of group (family member) will increase diversely. The stackable design aims to accomodate various needs of each family by using modular units. These units will also be easily copied to other situations. Type I (6 x 6) m modular For people with no kids; Pentioners

Type II (6 x 12) m modular For family with kids

Type III (6 x 18) m modular For family with 2 genereations and more

urban farming on the roof top

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ROOFTOP GREEN SPACE

PUBLIC FACILITIES

HOUSE UNIT


Re-ruralize Orio-Hibikino Urban Fringe University of Kitakyushu, Japan STEAM TURBINE AND GENERATOR Electricity generated is used to power up the building systems and maintenance

WASTE MANAGEMENT Waste produced by residential units are mainly collected into greater compactor on each unit. This compactor will process the waste into biomass power plant. Its result will be used as farm fertiliser. In the other side, gas produced on high pressure steam will be used to turn the turbine generator which will produce electricty for the building.

HIGH PRESSURE STEAM

ORGANIC WASTE

Waste is collected from agriculture and foods from houses

The waste ash act as a farm fertiliser for agriculture and garden

WATER MANAGEMENT AND SUPPLY Water is collected from groundwater and rainwater. After collected on rainwater reservoir, the water will be processed through water treatment under each building. Thus, greywater produced by each units will be collected into the same water treatment and will be reused for daily use such as toilet flush and basin.

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BIOMASS POWER PLANT

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FISH TANK FOR NUTRIENTS

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PIPE WITH NUTRIENT ENRICHED WATER

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IRRIGATION SYSTEM

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USED WATER

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USED WATER TREATMENT

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CLEAN WATER FOR FISH TANK

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RAINWATER CATCHMENT

2

3

6

5

4

Supply authority power grid that is installed in infrastructure

POWER SUPPLY Solar panels which collect heat from sun will supply most of daily needs for residential building. However, the power is not only supplied from solar panel but also from local power supplier. Hence, there will be bi directional metering installed to control power to each house unit.

Bi directional metering installed to control power

Solarpanels convert sunlight into clean green DC electricity Inverter converts DC electricity into useable AC electricity

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04 INFARMSTRUCTURE

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Re-ruralize Orio-Hibikino Urban Fringe University of Kitakyushu, Japan

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05 AMPHLIFYING TOGETHERNESS

Bandung, Indonesia | 2015 In collaboration: Arief Hidayat, Etsa Amanda, Grace Sagala The aim of this project is to provide a house that can be shared among its various occupants and their environment. Riverfront-house typology was chosen considering the fact that most populous area in Bandung is alongside the river. This is a pilot project where a share house can be the solution of densed housing along Cikapundung River. The Amphitheatre-shaped is a respond regarding the potency of existing annual river festival when people can spend time with variuos activities above their own house. Multiply the house and amplify togetherness!

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Wismakharman Expo by Gadjah Mada University

FOREST

SITE ANALYSIS

RESIDENTIAL

Site location is in Babakan Ciamis, Bandung. Located in the city center and passed by the Cikapundung River, the site is known as strategic and comfortable place to live. Moreover, the renown Cikapundung Festival is annually held over the site. Unfortunately, people’s awareness in keeping the river clean is quite poor. Hence, building the share house pilot project on the site may trigger the people to love the river itself.

SITE

COMMERCIAL

RESIDENTIAL

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ISSUE STATEMENT

river is polluted

annual festival

river as backside

riverside

space lacking to socialize

ecology preservation

high density housing

public space lacking strong community

green space lacking

existing condition

support social activities

expected condition

DESIGN STRATEGY

site on densed housing, in front of the river

making hole in the center of the mass to make connection to other houses

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build the share house

productive public space

responding the river by tilting the the mass - forming amphitheatre

multiply the house


Wismakharman Expo by Gadjah Mada University

first floor plan

second floor plan

front elevation

back elevation (riverfront)

FLEXIBLE UNIT Each unit is designed to accomodate the diversity living of kampong. The basic idea is open plan modular housing - the only fixed wall is bathroom wall. Thus, every occupants can adjust the function based on their needs - even to build a shop-house.

transformation

basic unit

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FLEXIBLE UNIT local market farm

sport festival

playground

recreational educational

At the share space in each house, there are connecting doors to another unit. When the users are desired to open it, there will be continous shared space.

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Wismakharman Expo by Gadjah Mada University

roof top as urban farming media

share space inside the house

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WASTE MANAGEMENT

POWER SUPPLY

Domestic waste was classified into organic and anorganic waste. Organic waste will be treated and turned into compost by biopores membrane; or, it will percipitate into the septic tank. Anorganic waste will be treated by local wasting management.

Power supplied by maximizing natural resources such as water turbin. Harnessing the stream into water turbin will increase the site’s resilience in providing its own need of power instead of depending on supplies by the government.

waste

organic

biopore

compost

anorganic

local waste

bio septic tank

percipitation

river

water turbin

water energy

power

WATER MANAGEMENT Two main sources of water supplies (rainwater and groundwater) will be stored into water tank and proceed by walter filtration for daily usage. Then, the post usage of the water will be reused as grey water.

rainwater

groundwater

rain harvesting

bio septic tank

water tank

water filtration

daily usage

water waste

black water

grey water

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Wismakharman Expo by Gadjah Mada University

ROOF DECK The space between bamboo floor and concrete structure may low the temperature

CRATES

SECOND-USE WOOD +reusing the woods from former buildings +Bandung has it own second-use woods processing +the various types and colors of second-use woods can be unique characterisctics +Using the second-use woods may save the processing energy of 20,4 gj/t

CONCRETE STRUCTURE

SECOND-USE METAL +second use metal from former building +reducing pollution and material exploitaion +Using the second-use metal may save the energy process of 26-30 GJ/t

PRODUCTIVE PLANTS A space for people to do urban farming on their own rooftop

FOLDING DOORS Adjustable to connect/ separate each units

WIRE MESH Makes the wind passing the aisle so that can be used to dry the clothes without visually disturb.

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06 PRESENSE PARK

Bandung, Indonesia | 2014 In collaboration: Grace Sagala, Louisa Panggabean

Encouraging difable people (the blind people) to feel the presence of architecture by stimulating their other senses is the main idea of this project. As wayfinding and orientation becoming the design focus, the park comes in a straightforward way with continous seating and smelly plants. Hearing, touching and smelling becoming the primary way for them to feel it. Hence, the park will also become the meeting point of normal people and the blind people in orther to gain interaction each other. Thus, the park is a place for us to merge and blur the boundaries betwen normal and difable users.

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Parahyangan Design Competition by Parahyangan Catholic University

SITE ANALYSIS The park is a part of The Rehabilitation for Visually Handicapped (Panti Sosial Bina Netra Wyata Guna). Built in 1901, it is the oldest and the biggest rehabilitation house for blind people. Unfortunately, the park keeps silent as nobody but the residents of the house coming in.

USER ANALYSIS: WHAT IS BLINDNESS?

N

ISSUE: HOW DO THEY FEEL THE SPACE?

LOW VISION 1. Less than 6/18 to 6/60 2. Less than 6/60 to 3/60

BLINDNESS 1. Less than 3/60 (finger counting at 3 m) to 1/60 (finger counting at 1 m) or visual field between 5-10 2. Less than 1/60 (finger counting at 1 m) to light perception or visual field less than 5 3. No light perception

Instead of using their low sight ability, blind people using their othe senses. They optimize it to feel the space around them. Hence, the park should stimulate these senses.

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LEGEND: A. Entrance B. Main plaza C. “Active” field D. Reflexology spot E. Living Apotechary F. Sport court G. Contemplation spot H. Classroom extension I. Classroom (existing) J. Library (existing)

I J H E

A

D

A

F

G

A

B

C A A

siteplan

DESIGN STRATEGIES Strategic framework was inspired by the requirement to pleasantly merge the boundary between normal and blind users while using the park. Park should fulfill adequate space for the primary users of the house yet also welcome the public users. Filling the park with normal activity spots (such as: sport court, living apothecary, etc.) without disregarding the guidance for blind users will enhance normal users to understand the blinds more.

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1)

2)

3)

Apply the public/private dictinction. Private zone is closed to the classroom.

Insert the desired main circulation to connect each entrances.

Make the perimeter circulation to connect sides of the park.

4)

5)

6)

Form the plaza based on human view angle from the main entrance.

Divide active/passive activity spots regarding user’s restriction.

Extend plaza in front of the class; Insert the perimeter continous seating.


Parahyangan Design Competition by Parahyangan Catholic University

For partially blind users, guides are designed interestingly with vivid colors floor pattern to help the sight ability when walking on main circulation

Pond in the center is the park’s focal point, the center of park’s orientation. For security consideration, resonance tubes are installed over the pond’s periphery. It sounds every time the guidance cane touches it. The closer blind users come, the louder it sounds.

Multiuse sport field (volleyball, basketball, futsal and badminton) is placed regarding the sun orientation.

Small plaza in front of the classroom as an extended space where students can use it as part of their “outdoor class” or even just enjoy the space after class activities.

On the perimeter path, users are guided by the smell of plants and flowers. Each smell is unique so that users can easily identify the orientation.

library classroom

pedestrian overpass

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07 URBAN ACU(FUN)CTURE

Bandung, Indonesia | 2013 In collaboration: Prathito Wisambodhi, Daniel Pratama, Karina Wiriadidjaja, Rahmandanu Pradana

Urban Acufuncture proposes an insertion of playing infrastructure into underutilized footbridges in Bandung, Indonesia. The interventions will accommodate local playing activity in respective footbridges spread throughout the city. The acupuncture will induce a new dimension of interactions of the people and the city. In this project, my team sharply took the issue of underutilized pedestrian footbridges in Bandung. With so many possibilities to turn the bridges into vibrant and playful public spaces, we chose to make a pilot project of turning one particular pedestrian footbridge into a skatepark. Happy sky-skating!

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Playscape Design Competition by Building Trust International

Bandung is Indonesia’s third largest city. The city’s experiencing rapid growth hence new buildings and developments are popping up everywhere. As the city is growing rapidly, Bandung is facing a serious problem of open public spaces lacking. Data show that Bandung has only 8.76% of city’s area for open public spaces whilst the ideal condition is more than 30% of the city’s area. Meanwhile, dead public spaces prevail in this city. 10 of 13 pedestrian overpasses in Bandung are under-utilized. Looking at these overpasses, the pattern is found. Billboards are set up on every pedestrian overpass. These redundant overpasses are built by private companies only to put their advertisements. The pedestrian overpasses are not being used by pedestrian because public think crossing the street without using the overpass is easier and faster. Therefore, the city’s full of pedestrian overpasses without anyone passing by. It is often even vandalized and occupied by homeless people.

Rapid development increases city density

10 of 13 foot bridges are only used for 50%

Open public space only counts for 8.76% of total city area.

Foot bridges are only built as a medium for advertisement

The city’s still lacking Nobody uses the public space. Citizens bridge, the space can’t play properly. occupied by homeless.

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OPPORTUNITIES The city is known for numerous amount of creative communities focusing in various fields. Among them are sport/playing activity focused communities like skateboarding, parkour, golf, swimming, BMX, basketball, etc. They often organize several activities and events that correlate to their focus in the city’s lacking public spaces.

Public facilities Conserved heritage buildings Offices and commercial Palaguna footbridge

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Playscape Design Competition by Building Trust International

1 dead foot bridge + 1 local playing activity = URBAN ACU(FUN)CTURE Our scheme is to propose “one playable infrastructure, one footbridge�. The acupuncture will rejuvenate and giving new meanings to dead footbridges and also making new public spaces for the current lacking condition. We inject a program of local playing interest to the respective dead footbridge. Given the scattered locations of the footbridges, this scheme would pierce fun to dead urban realms. Network of footbridge playscapes will be scattered throughout the city, increasing the citizen index of happiness and could transform Bandung into the most playable city in the world! The play sets will be based on what activity is commonly done by the community around the overpass, such as: mini-golf sets, basketball court, swimming pool, etc. By designing based on common activity around the site, directly or not, we also develop the communities around the site. For our pilot project, our footbridge will accommodate local skateboard community.

footbridge as public swimming pool

footbridge as basketball court

footbridge as mini-golf court

HOW TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE? The construction and design consultation will rely on the local skateboarding community. Therefore a sense of belonging will emerge

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ground plan

level 2

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Lightwell

Ramps

We design a circular void in the center so that the footbridge can be brightened on the day without artificial light.

The ramps of a skatepark won’t allow homeless sleeping in the footbridge. This will make the footbridge safer.

Pedestrian path

Appropriate technology

Although now it functions as a skate park, people can still cross the bridge safely while watching people play through pedestrian path.

The construction method of the ramps can be easily applied by locals. It’s made of wood and the cover’s from straightened barrels.


Playscape Design Competition by Building Trust International

section

elevation

perspective view

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08 DAIWA SERVICED APARTMENT

Jakarta, Indonesia | 2015 Mentor: Aditya W. Fitrianto In collaboration: Chrysella M. As one of the biggest real estate companies in Japan, Daiwa will expand its business service to Jakarta, assisted by PTI Architects as its local party. Located in the most prestigious CBD in the city, this project aims to be the new icon in the area. I was involved in the project for about 1 month start from site visiting to presenting to the client. I was in charge in preparing the presentation file for the first client presentation.

PS: All images in this section are courtesy of PTI Architects

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Real Project (Internship) by PTI Architects, Jakarta

j.w. marriott hotel

residential area

bellagio mansion

no access

ritz-carlton hotel

applying setbacks, determine access

basement

N

service drop off

pull the building mass up

N

add distinctive mass as focal point

N

tilt the windows based on sun path analysis

N

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typical floor plan

level 14 (facilities)

level 13 (facilities) level 12 (apartment units) level 11 (apartment units) level 10 (apartment units) level 9 (apartment units) level 8 (apartment units) level 7 (apartment units) level 6 (apartment units) level 5 (apartment units) level 4 (apartment units) level 3 (apartment units) level 2 (apartment units)

level 1 (lobby & facility) basement 1 basement 2 basement 3

section

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Real Project (Internship) by PTI Architects, Jakarta

TYPE STUDIO Gross area = 33 sqm

TYPE 2 BEDROOMS Gross area = 83 sqm

Most facilities provided in the apartment are based on Japanese daily needs such as onsen and fresh market. In the other hand, some facilities such as fitness center, pool and restaurant are also provided in the building.

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Thank You!

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Architecture Portfolio 2015  

Selected works (academic and competitions) 2013 - 2015

Architecture Portfolio 2015  

Selected works (academic and competitions) 2013 - 2015

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