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ARCHITECTURE

PORTFOLIO

RICHARD SU


CURRICULUM VITAE


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Richard Su

place of birth Medan, Sumatera Utara date of birth 18 March 1994 address Jln.Bridjen Katamso Gg. Lampu 1 no. 8C postal code 20158

email 25678.richard@gmail.com phone/Whatsapp +62 852 7588 9911 LINE richard_su94

skills

languages

competition

OS Windows (I)

Indonesia - native Hokkien - native Chinese - basic English - intermediate

2015 Residential Mid End House Design Competition | Provident Development (entry)

Office Microsoft Office Suite (I) 2D AutoCAD (I) 3D Modelling Sketchup (E) Rhinoceros (B) Grasshopper (B) 3D Rendering Vray Sketchup (I) Image Composing Adobe Photoshop (E) Adobe Illustrator (I) Adobe Indesign (B) Animation Lumion Pro (B) Adobe After Effect (B) Adobe Premiere (B)

education 2006 SMP Sutomo 1 Medan Junior High School 2009 SMA Sutomo 1 Medan Senior High School 2012 Universitas Sumatera Utara Architecture Department

2016 ARCHKIDTECTURE Friendly Children Space | Architecture Festival Universitas Kristen Petra (undelivered) Sayembara desain riverfront park | MINIATUR 2016 (entry) Be bold, Be free, Be you | Asian Young Designer Award 2016 (2nd winner)

work

interests

October 2016 - present simon+dhoni studio junior architect

Architecture Photography Travelling Sports


CONTENTS


2013 Tropical House Architecture Studio #2

2013 Mangrove Sunken Restaurant & Sky Bar Architecture Studio #3

2016 North Sumatra Cultural Center Architecture Studio #6

2016 Semarang Riverfront Park MINIATUR 2016


Tropi c a l Ho u se

Voyer as transition space of clinic and home

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Living room designed openly to front garden and voyer


K onse p

Living room, dining room and kitchen designed open plan

Balcony accessible from children's bedroom

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g ro u n d f l o o r p lan

1st floor plan 10


west elevation

s o ut h e l evat i o n

section 1

section 2

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M angrove S u n ke n R es t au rant & Sk y B ar

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Concept Site is located uniquely on encounter of mangrove and tropical forest ecosystems. The main idea of this design is to create a place to see this two unique ecosystem in one place and to enjoy the view of the surrounding blue and green landscape. Buildings function to be used as restaurant and bar.

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entrance Main entrance to two contrast buildings mass ; sky bar and sunken restaurant. Lower floor plan (sunken)

sunken restaurant Lower restaurant is designed drowning into the river. Unique ecosystem of plain and salt water is offered by transparent glass wall. Ground floor plan

sky bar (main floor) Sky bar roof designed as a transparent curvy glass roof to catch a glimmering night sky.

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Upper floor plan


Section 1

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Nor th Sumatra Cultural Center S u m ate ra Ut ara d alam Kek inian Prolog Culture must be preserved. Otherwise, there will be no diversity of human and lifestyle. Indonesia is a coutry rich of culture. Culture is one of the main interesting attractor for tourism. To compete in global scale, this cultural asset have to be creatively developed because that is the strong sector. While in technology sector, to be honest Indonesia is not yet ready to contend. Kualanamu is selected as the site, considering the strategic location to be the main portal to North Sumatra. The architect hopes with the existent of this new cultural center, it can promoting to domestic tourist, foreign tourist and local people as well, to be able to see a "trailer" of how it looks like of the contemporary North Sumatra.

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M a i n Is s u e s hi-tec h asset

cu l t u ral a sset

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cu l tu ra l center 's p rotot yp e for I nd onesia

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M a c ro Co n ce p t

GALLERY

CULTURAL DIVERSITY

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GALLERY FOR ALL

DIVERSITY

UNITY material

form

In a ethnically diverse in North Sumatra, we try to find the basic elements to represent the whole ethnic. The solution of representation of cultural diversity in North Sumatra is a buildings as physical manifestation of basic elements of form and to be added a special element to make it transformable into any ethnic.

ORNAMENT AS ETHNIC'S REPRESENTATION

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TRANSFORMATION


Si te & Po te nt i a l Site is selected on a strategic location as shown on below maps. New development of KNIA means it will accepting more tourist for North Sumatra Province. The site is also located on the highway route that connecting some of the big cities in this region. Thus, this is can be a good place for multicultural product's promotion as more people have an eye on it and may be interested to visit. The triangle shape which its apotema side facing highway in parallel allows longer view span and duration. Batang Kuis district is planned to focus on transit oriented development(TOD). The communal space will be an important need for the development. By combining communal space and buildings as cultural promotion space, it will generating interactions that rewarding for peoples and buildings itself. The site currently included in the intersection of ring II and ring III development area as the TOD concept. By planning the site as the buffer between two zones, peoples can define it more clearly.

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Fa c a d e Co n ce p t Dynamic louvers system is designed for gallery buildings. Facade can be programed to visualize a certain culture's element as an pixelated image ornament. Thus, it can reflecting what is being exhibited inside as well.

default pattern

batik melayu louvre panels louvre supports GRC panel

center pivot rotation

batik khas melayu

gorga batak toba

G ra s s h o p p e r Definit ion

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gorga batak toba


gorga batak toba

batak mandailing geometric pattern

malay islamic geometric pattern

batik nias pattern

chinese geometric ornament

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M a s s in g Co n ce pt

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site

buildable area

efective built area

pedestrian access

service circulation on site perimeter

circulation on landscape

buildings footprint

landscape as public spaces


setback

buildings as form representation of North Sumatra

multi-mass

vernacular and contemporary elements

public access & spaces

direct site connection

TADAA...

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Spa ce Pro g ra mm ing

CONTEMPORARY GALLERY

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MARKET HALL


Axo n o me t r i c

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Axon o me t r i c ( s t ruc ture system s)

GRC panel facade cladding (EQUITONE Tectiva)

modular skylight (VELUX) kinectic louver / skylight shading device) kinetic louver / facade shading device

skylight integrated with HOLEDECK

modular steel beam structure louver supporting structure louver / shading device waffle slab floor system (HOLEDECK) GRC panel facade cladding (EQUITONE Tectiva)

waffle slab floor system (HOLEDECK)

composite steel beam column GRC panel facade cladding (EQUITONE Tectiva)

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Axo n o me t r i c ( u tilit y system s) Buildings utility is distributed with two cores in each buildings and maximizing natural ventilation. Mechanical ventilating restricted only in utility and service room functions.

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G roun d Fl o o r p lan

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1s t Fl o o r p l a n

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2 n d Fl o o r p l a n

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3rd Fl o o r p l a n

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4 t h Fl o o r p l a n

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5t h Flo o r p l a n

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We s t el evat i o n

No r t h E l evat i o n

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Ea s t el evat i o n

S out h e l evat i o n

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S e c t i o n - Th e L a nd sc ap e

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crossing bridge A simple bridge connecting two main buildings and as a vantage point

spiral ramp A circular ramp as the main pedestrian access to the bridge.

main public (back)

entrance

South-east entrance to the site, also functioning as urban shortcut - connecting the front and back of site

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S e c t i o n - Co nte mp orar y G aller y

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east gallery Gallery spaces designed at each end of buldings functioned as orientation space and voyer of middle and upper gallery.

the middle gallery Main gallery designed to suit nondaylight exhibition.

the upper gallery Gallery positioned on a mezzanine as a final contemplation gallery.

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S e c t i o n - M a rke t Hall

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market hall (ground cafe) Cafe designed as social space and connected to the landscape.

market hall (public floor) An U-ramp at the center of the market hall as buildings floor access, daylit and natural ventilated.

market hall (main floor) An open-plan space serving a foodcourt for variety of local foods.

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S e m aran g R i ver f ro nt Pa r k

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Nowadays, rivers is considered as an element that is not important, thus have less development. The rivers actually have a potential to become an interesting place to generating variety of communal activity such as recreation, relaxation space etc. Semarang City, which is well known as Venice Van Java, indeed give an idea to recreate the nostalgic atmosphere of its old days. Semarang riverfont district as the site and located to nearby Kota Lama have many historic value both tangible and intangible, thus the design need an approach of contextual development.

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Circulation Three new bridge will connecting two sides of the river. Circulation is given along site perimeter and shortcut for local people needs. The new path also linking surrounding old buildings and creating a vista on them.

Leveling, View and Orientation Orientation is designed to focus at PT gas negara which is exist in the site as the main focal point and will be the highest point in the site. Thus, making the surrounding from and into the site become more defined and clear.

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S pa ce Pro g ra m

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Si te P l a n

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S ec tion

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Keyplan

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