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PATRICIA PRAYOGO

CV & PORTFOLIO


PATRICIA PRAYOGO

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EDUCATION STUDY INSTITUTION DATE

Architecture BA Hons. (1st) Newcastle University, UK September 2016 - July 2019

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Permaculture Design and Construction Rak Tamachat, Thailand November 2015

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Foundation in Architecture Assumption University, Thailand January 2014 - July 2015

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS PATTY.PRYG@YAHOO.COM +44 7491 3377 32 +62 812 8206 3700 www.linkedin.com/in/patriciaprayogo-477776153/ www.issuu.com/patricia.prayogo

PROFILE I graduated top of my class from Newcastle University. I am a highly organised and efficient designer, whose thorough and detailed approach to projects has yielded excellent results. I am interested in architecture, interior design, urban planning, landscape, and especially sustainability design. I have been blessed with a wide variety of experiences and exposure to multiple cultures, which have helped shaped me into a highly skilled, thoughtful, and well-rounded designer. I have the utmost respect for the people around me and therefore work well both individually and in a team. I am keen to learn as much as I can and contribute my all to an excellent team of architects.

ACHIEVEMENT INSTITUTION DATE

First-Class Honours Newcastle University 2019

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NCL+ Award Newcastle University 2019

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Most Outstanding Student Award INTO Newcastle University 2019

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Best Semester Project Design INTO Newcastle University 2017

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Student Representative INTO Newcastle University Academic year 2016-17

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Dean’s Honour List Assumption University Academic year 2014-15

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Best Student Award Stella Maris HS Academic year 2012-2013

ACHIEVEMENT HELD BY DATE

1st Runner up Winner Wacom Digital Painting 2012


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WORK EXPERIENCE POSITION PLACE DATE DESCRIPTION

RESEARCH ASSISTANT Newcastle University SAPL Liason February - May 2018 + Gather qualitative and quantitative data + Excercised communication and networking + Developed my teamworking skills

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GRAPHIC DESIGNER PT Lentera Mandiri, Indonesia July - September 2017 +Designed company logo

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CONSTRUCTION INTERN Jakarta, Indonesia August 2016 + Learned basics of home construction

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SKILLS DIGITAL

ANALOGUE

LANGUAGES SOCIAL TRAITS

Autocad Sketchup Revit Adobe (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator) V-ray Microsoft Office Hand Drafting Model Making Architectural Sketching Photography English Bahasa Indonesia Great communication skills Creative and Passionate Organized Ability to set priorities and get things done

Thesis Project

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Environmental Strategies of Project

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Architectural Representation Skills

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Design Competition

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Year 2 Project

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PETERLEE CONTEMPORARY CENTER FOR WOODWORK May 2019 Thesis Project Programs used: None It seems clear that while computer-aided design has revolutionized and improved the way in which building designs are created, I chose to use the traditional methods of hand drawing and model making to conceptualize and communicate my thesis project designs. The conceptual basis for this project is challenging the notion of a “left-behind� place. A design enterprise reclaiming the forgotten and a celebration through architecture. The aim of the PCCW is to act as an incentive for young people to stay in Peterlee (site) by building community through a cultural amenity that offers social engagement and vocational training to boost the local economy.


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FINAL MODEL


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HRV SYSTEM

NATURAL ENERGY SOURCING

NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTILATION

NATURAL VENTILATION EXTRACTED AIR TO HRV INDIRECT SOUTH LIGHT CONSTANT NORTH LIGHT VISUAL CONNECTION FOR SAFETY CONCERNS VISUAL CONNECTION FOR PASSERBY

VISUAL CONNECTION


a. ROOF GARDEN - Plants - Sedum blanket/ substrate - Zinco Solarbase SB 200 - Fixodrain XD20 - Root barrier 2mm - Kingspan insulation 60mm - Vapour control layer - Plywood 10mm - Glulam beam 420mm

9 d. ROOF LIGHT 1. Preformed neoprene seal 2. Insulating glass 36mm 3. Steel angle support 50 x 50mm 4. Frame of steel plates 5. Plywood 10mm

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b. INTERMEDIATE FLOOR - Timber floor planks 12mm - Acoustic mat 10mm - Kingspan (Kooltherm K103) 60mm - Plywood 20mm - Glulam beam 420mm

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e. WINDOW 6. Three 4mm low-e glass panes + two 16mm gaps between them, filled with Krypton gas 7. Warm edge spacer bar 8. Aluminium clad frame 9. Preformed metal profile

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c. CUSTOM MOIRSE-TENON JOINT

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f. COLUMN TO FOUNDATION 10. Glulam column 11. Steel base plate 12. Aluminium flashing

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g. GROUND FLOOR TO FOUNDATION - Timber floor planks 12mm - Plywood subfloor 20mm - Vapour control membrane - Kingspan (K103) insulation 100mm - Concrete 300mm + Xypex (waterproofing additive) - DPM - Sand 20mm (for leveling) - Granular sub base 150mm

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i. EXTERNAL WALL - Charred timber vertical cladding (Douglas Fir) - Horizontal timber batten (60 x60 mm) - Vertical timber batten 40mm - Breather membrane - Plywood 15mm - Stud frame + insulation 100mm - Vapour control layer - Plywood 15mm

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h. foundation Raft foundation is the proposed foundation. However, additional piles might be necessary at the risk of the historical coal mining grounds of the town. h

1:20 CONSTRUCTION DETAIL (SCALED DOWN)


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ATMOSPHERIC DRAWINGS

PERSPECTIVE

INTERIOR OF WORKSHOP


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EXTERNAL COURYARD

E SECTION WITH WALL DETAIL

VIEWING POINT

SOUTHWEST ENTRANCE

ROOF GARDEN


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BIO’KHMER’IC APARTMENTS July 2018 Design competition by Building Trust International (BTI). Programs used: Autocad, Sketch-up, Vray, Photoshop The brief was to design 3000 affordable housing units for factory workers in Phnom Phen, Cambodia. Influenced heavily by the vernacular concepts and aesthetics of a traditional Khmer house, apartments offer affordable, modern, functional homes that are adaptable to suit various types of individuals. The buildings design use passive cooling techniques to ensure apartments are always pleasantly cool, without the need of air-conditioner, to suit the tropical climate. The masterplan includes Angkorinspired raised walkways, designed to be used as platforms during the harsh flash flooding and a bridge to buildings in each zone, encouraging socialization within the community.


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BIOCLIMATIC DIAGRAMS The open space design allows flexibility of the interior. Within each apartment, there is an in-built, pegand-hole, grid system that allows the possibility of up to 3 additional rooms and joining of 2 units that the tenants can create in the future, should they choose to. This flexible design can accommodate a single person to a large family, and the many changes in between.

FLOORPLANS (NOT TO SCALE) The in-built grid provides functionally-neutral rooms; meaning the same basic area for all rooms, which gives the resident(s) complete freedom to allocate their preferred room use. This is a subtle approach to give more liberation and flexibility to consumers, where they usually don’t receive in a mass housing development. The majority of factories in PPSEZ is garment and textile, and a massive amount of textile waste is produced going straight to landfill. Fabric waste sourced from the factories can easily be upcycled to be used by the locals to create fabric infill for their movable partitions. PEG AND HOLE PARTITION DIAGRAM


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LIVING ROOM UNIT

BEDROOM UNIT

In the tropical country of Cambodia, malaria and dengue fever is a common problem. Recycled polyester mesh, sourced from the many sitenearby textile factories, are woven to make mosquito nets, attached to the window holes, to protect the workers from serious health issues. All the local materials proposed for the interior are easily sourced and can create a positive impact to the environment. These screens are thoroughly designed to maintain the natural airflow in the apartment.

COMMUNITY GATHERING UNDER STILTS

COMMUNAL-USE ROOF TERRACE


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SOUP KITCHEN

ROOF GARDEN

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STORAGE

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BUILDING PERSPECTIVE

CONCRETE HAVEN January 2018 Year 2 semester project Programs used: Revit, Autocad, Photoshop

GRAPHIC ELEVATIONS

The brief was to design a social housing for Syrian refugees that have received assylum in Leith, Edinburgh. There were 6 different types of clients. Creating a space where all the requirements of each family is met and more was the most challenging part of the design. The design outcome plays with the contrast of masculinity of concrete and the delicateness of plants. It is 4 storeys with 6 apartments. As well as creating adjacent spaces to encourage social interactions to help with the coping of the refugees. Alongside the residential building, a soup kitchen, food-waste supermarket, and a private roof garden was intergrated as a means to create a sustainable lifestyle for the residents.

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