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JAKARTA MUSEUM OF MODERN ART Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Size: 22.620 m2 Mentor: Suryono Herlambang, Veronica Ghanda Located in existing site of National Gallery in the prime area of Jakarta, a new program for Indonesian museum of modern art is added. In respect of the existing old building and in respond of limited site, the new building volume is ‘cloaked’ by a large white ‘canvas-like’ facade. Which is behaves both as a neutral background, and a media facade that generates unlimited possibilities of architectural ‘faces’. This strategy decontructed the notion of architecture as a static physical object to a more dynamic outcome, as in the spirit of contemporariness that has no end.

The heritage building takes a subtle white backgound that strengthen its presence.

Main museum volume is ‘hanged’ to create an axis of plazas as well as to reduce the impact of new program bulk.



The media facade can create a unlimited possibilities of architectural background faces to respond the heritage building in front of it.


BiJAVA RESTAURANT INTERIOR DESIGN Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Size: 482 m2 The restaurant design is inspired by the countless diversity of Indonesian culture. Raw materials such as exposed concrete and bricks dominates the main area. More private areas features themes of a bold single-coloured materials. The design features a floor-to-ceiling ten meter glass that wall overlooks the outdoor. The other design feature is an eight meter cantilevered balcony for various possible occasions.


THE SOUP KELAPA GADING DEVELOPMENT KELAPA GADING TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLAN PLAN Location: Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Size: Size: Land: 24 Ha, Program: 480.000 m2 Mentor: Suryono Herlambang Taking advantage of the location, the library is proposed to double as a student the two program Kelapa Gadingcenter is oneofofthe theentire most campus, importantmixing commercial together. area in Jakarta and as a densed - automobile oriented residential center. The other problem is inconsistent flooding Theworsen form ofevery the building that year. is a metaphor of a staked book with the louvers resembling pages of a closed book. The concept takes inspiration of a soup, an area that takes double responsibility as a mixed-used area of offices, commercial, residentials, and parking, as well as a water reservoir for it self and the surrounding area. Efficient automobile access creates a dynamic pedestian oriented circulation of the whole area. Taking advantage of the location, the library The Soup is proposed to double as a student center of the entire Fill the area with the water; ad cencampus, mixing twothen program tralised land mass; make an efficient together.

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CENTER FOR ARTS, DESIGN, AND LANGUAGE Location: Bandung, West Java, Indonesia Mentor: Baskoro Tedjo, Indra B. Syamwil Functions as a new building for arts, design, and language, and located in the north side of Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) complex. The building design respond to its bulk modernist neighbour, ressurecting dead spaces between, and enriching both status as an multi-leveled interconnected public building, taking ITB circulation masterplan strategy to another level.

Passive sustainability is implemented in the form making of stacked blocks with voids that maximized air circulation and lighting.


SENEN STATION DEVELOPMENT Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Mentor: Basauli U. Lubis A highly important cultural and commercial area in Jakarta is planned to have a transit-oriented development plan. The design responded both to the needed program volume and the exixting heritage building and monuments. Educational facility in form of arts and entrepreneural university in added as the main generator of the development, creating a dynamic and creative atmosphere, and a one-of-a-kind architectural language. Other program includes a youth center for sports and other purposes, a commercial area in form of a vertical mall (also scatered in the gound level), ressurecting a theater for performing arts, a cullinary center in form of a sponge directly above the railway tracks, and an office for police and government.

In respect of the historical station building and monuments, an axis of public plazas is created, as well as a new roof that behaves as a background of the building (also functions to cover all the perons). Station extention mass is located in front of the old station and plaza, takes a UFO-like form with ‘tentacles’ of skywalks connecting main transportation centers (Senen station, Senen trans jakarta busway corridor, and Senen bus terminal).

The strategy is to create programs with 24/7 lifespan which can accelerate the economical aspect and make the area a more vibrant place.

Facility programing is crucial in the development to create a sustainable 24/7 non-stop activity of the area, also to connect and stenghten existing programs.

Educational and cultural based program of arts, design, and entrepreneural is consedered a fit formula for the site.

Main axis created in respond to heritage sites

Subordinate circulation create an imaginary sites for program placement

Blocks of programs is placed strategicly through the site

Tentacles of skywalks connects important transit facilities to the station extention building.

Multi-leveled circulation throughout the buildings.

Exploded axonometric view of multileveled circulation of the existing station and the new extention mass.


TELKOM CORPORATE TOWER Thesis Title: Symbolization of Corporate Power Through Architecture. Case Study: PT. Telkom, Tbk. Headquarter Office Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Mentor: Basauli U. Lubis, Indah Widiastuti Architecture has become a tool of symbolic representation of power for a variety of entities from time to time. In the modern era of capitalist economic system, the party that is leading in the economy determines the ones who have the power, that makes the position of the corporations is more significant when compared to the cities and nations. This thesis discusses three main topics: power, corporation, and symbol, in the implementation on architecture. The selected case study companies is PT. Telkom, Tbk., where the level of specification of the case lies in the company’s position as a public company and state-owned enterprises, as well as the influence of its identity, vision, and company brand to the symbolic translation.

Considerations of the development of the thesis deals with several things, such as delivering the symbolic meaning of corporate power that is more appropriate for the present time, and what theories and methodologies is to be used to achieve these goals. The pursuit of the design method is expected to be logical, the first step is to find the right signified words, and second is to further define the symbolic signifier(s) which is achieved in dividing architectural elements into three polars: form, function, and technic, where the balance of all three supports the achievement of the symbolic message that is expressed. This thesis is intended to offer an alternative definition of power within a corporation, as well as an alternative method for applying those symbols into architecture.

The tower unites all of Telkom’s companies in one tower, generating an internal collaborative value and sense throughout the company. In terms of public programs, the design deconstructed the standard tower which have concentrated public spaces and a linear circulation, resulting a scatered public spaces from the bottom of the building through the top. The spaces are tied together with a system of looping public circulation that has a double core on each farthest side and and escalators on each public spots. This condition creates a simbolization of non-visual tranparency in architecture.

The public spaces can be used for various ocation regardless of it connection to the company, this symbolizes the democratic and transparent value of Telkom’s corporate culture. Public spaces is also shown from the outside through a contrast colour of red in silver.


BANDUNG INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JATINANGOR MOSQUE Location: Jatinangor, West Java, Indonesia Size: Program: 1350 m2 Collaboratiors: Dara Dianti, Videl Oemry


MINARET Minaret is formed by twisting an extruded box by 45 degrees, making an imaginary eight-point star symbol of Islam.

The mosque in an anti thesis of the general language of verticality in many religious buildings in Indonesia, which it shows a more exclusive relationship between the individual and his/her creator. Horizontality is then used as the main language of the architecture to introduce a more inclusive relationship between either the man and his/her creator, the internal campus users, and also the campus and the surrounding public people.

The smart roof of the mosque consists of indirect skylights, a ventilation gap to extract hot air out, and a rain water collector system.


UNIVERSITY OF PADJADJARAN JATINANGOR CENTRAL LIBRARY Location: Jatinangor, West Java, Indonesia Collaborators: M. Syahrir. H, Videl Oemry, M. Fachrurrazi. A.

Taking advantage of the location, the library is proposed to double as a student center of the entire campus, mixing the two program together. The form of the building takes a metaphor of a staked book, with the louvers resembling pages of a closed book.


Inverted Steps to create shaded public spaces underneath

Mega Public Stairs functions as the buildings vein as well as reading and event spaces


EVOLO 2011

COMPETITION ENTRY PANEL Location: Jatinangor, West Java, Indonesia Collaborators: M. Syahrir. H, Videl Oemry


MOROCCON RIYAD Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Project Position: Architect Office: Avant Garde Opulent Interior Size: Land: 5 Ha+, Building: 1500 m2 Status: On Progress Year: 2009-

The private villa is located in Puncak region in Banten province. The architecture takes inspiration from traditional Morrocon castle (riyad, arabic).


SOPHIE MARTIN FLAGSHIP STORE INTERIOR DESIGN Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Project Position: Project Architect Office: Avant Garde Opulent Interior Size: 126 m2 Status: Built Year: 2009

A flagship store for Paris origin, Jakarta based fashion brand Sophie Martin Indonesia in one of the prominent mall in central Jakarta. The company takes fortune for its bold multi-leveled marketing strategy, and needed to create a interior design languange for future franchise stores to come. The main design concept is to create a flexible furniture for product displays that can be moved easily. The aestetic language is a modern intrepetation of a minimalistic parisian elegance.


SEMARANG ALKATIRI HOUSE Location: Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia Size: Building: 378,5 m2 The broken U-shaped house features two voids that runs through the house: a ten meter long eight meter height central void with floor to ceiling glass wall overlooks the garden, and a smaller void infront with glass wall overlooks the street upfront. Both voids functions also to enriching lighting penetration and air ciculation.


LOGO DESIGN Logo designs for various clients with different backgrounds, such as a non-profit event organizer and educator, travel agents, clothing business, a yearly event logo, a young entrepreneural company, and a friendship community.


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