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August 2019

Mochamad Ridwan Fauzi

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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

SELECTED WORKS rdwn.fauzi@gmail.com


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CONTENTS

I N T R O : Ab o u t m e

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PAR T 1 : E x p e r ie n c e S u m mar y

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PAR T 2 : S e le c t e d P r o je c t s

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PAR T 3 : Co m p e t it io n S u m mar y

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about me

MOCHAMAD RIDWAN FAUZI october 9th ,1991

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male

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indonesian

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gpa 3.31 (on a 4.00 scale)

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rdwn.fauzi@gmail.com

People say that working in architecture is a pain in the neck. It is, but now I can see architecture and design as an enjoyable thing and make it my passion. What I love about working in this industry is people experiencing the space we designed and yet perceive different things. Seeing the client impressed by our work is another type of dopamine spike and having a great senior / colleague to have discussion with would help me to grow faster. Being aware of what I have achieved help me a lot to even develop myself further and bigger.

EDUCATION Senior High School SMA Negri 3 Bandung

2006

Architecture Undergraduate Institut Teknologi Bandung

2009

Bachelor of Science Institut Teknologi Bandung (architecture department)

2014

EXPERIENCE

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Intern Pusat Studi Urban Desain, Indonesia

2012

Intern Djuhara + Djuhara Architects, Indonesia

2013

Intern CPG Consultants (Urban Planning), Singapore

2014

Architectural Assistant East 9 Architects & Planners, Singapore

2015 - 2017

Architectural Designer Design Alliance Workshop, Indonesia

2017 - 2018

Arhitectural Photographer Intern (on weekend) Fernando Gomulya Architectural Photography

2017 - 2018

Freelance Architect Personal Projects, Bandung

2018 - 2019

Certified Architect by Indonesian Institute of Architects

2019


PROFICIENCY Computer Proficiency

Other proficiency

Autocad 2D Sketch Up Archicad Lumion Revit Vray Sketch up Corel draw Adobe Photoshop Adobe In Design Adobe Premier Pro Adobe Lightroom Microsoft Power Point Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel

Hand sketch (design concept) Hand sketch (detailing) Project supervision Coordination with stakeholders Basic Singapore authority submisssion Site meeting Shopdrawing checking Conceptual thinking Masterplan Design Landscape Design Material selections Detail drawings Design Presentation Architectural photography

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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Most Favorite Final Project (by vote) Final Project Exhibition on April 2014 Sire Medana Resort 1st Winner of architecture competition Young Architect Competition 2014 by Sinarmasland A Welcoming CBD - Masterplan 1st Winner of architecture competition Sayembara Restoran Nusantara 2017 by Propan Oti Bubane - Restaurant 1st Winner of architecture competition Sayembara Restoran Nusantara 2017 by Propan Konteks.Toea.L - Restaurant 1st Winner of architecture competition Young Architect Competition 2017 by Sinarmasland The Equilibrium - Digital Working Space Merit Award architecture competition Futurearc 2018: Biophilic City Immunicity - City Intervention

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Top 15 Design thinking competition Museo Marino Marini Italy Space in Space - Playable 2nd Winner of architecture competition Great mosque design in Bima 2018 Sigi Mena - Mosque for Everyone 3rd Winner of architecture competition Merchandise Centre 2018 by Propan Sombar Sinonako Top 25 of architecture competition Disaster-responsive housing by Jayaboard 2019 Bhumi Prashanti Top 21 of architecture competition Multipurpose Hall competition by Undip 2019 Bale Witana Top 6 of architecture competition Rest area competition by lixil 2019 Rest in Paradise

INVOLVEMENTS Senior High School Debate group (extracurricular) 2006

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Architecture Undergraduate Tennis club 2010 Head of documentation (proficio award) 2012 Head of communication-information division 2013 Member of Indonesian Institute of Architects

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COURSE & SEMINAR 3-days archicad basic training by VNIX 2015 BIM: cross platform interoperability in practice 2015 SIA - XCS BIM management workshop 2016 Archicad basic training by Graphisoft 2016 Graphisoft user-group - BIM for submission 2016 BCA - BIM e-submission 2016 Architectural e-submission briefing 2016 Toyo Ito keynote speech 2016 Public lecture by Daniel Libeskind `2016

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PART 1 : Experience Summary

PART 1

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY Followings are few quick look of projects that I was involved in and summary of my proficiency to give the whole picture of myself and what I am capable of. Selected projects with detailed explanation starts from page 8.

List of project typology: Office tower // High-end apartment // Good class bungalow // Landed house // Elderly care centre // Archdiocese facility // Shopping centre // Shophouse // Preschool // Foodcourt // Restaurant interior // CBD masterplan // Riverfront landscape design // Islamic school // Learning centre // Slum area intervetion // Tourism village masterplan

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PROJECTS ST. JOHN ELDERLY HOME

Project type : Design Proposal (by E9AP) Typology : Assisted living home Involvement : 3d massing, facade design, coordination with 3d artist

CHINA SQUARE

Project type Typology Involvement

XIANYANG MASTERPLAN

Project type Typology Involvement

: Design Proposal (by CPG Consultants) : Masterplan : Siteplan development, Landscape design, perspectives

: Design Proposal (by E9AP) : Shopping Centre : Ceiling and spandrel treatment, 3d design, coordination with 3d artist

LENMARC TOWER

Project type Typology Involvement

: Design Proposal (by DAW architects) : Residential tower & Convention hall : Floor plan development, 3d design, perspectives

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PROJECTS PART 1 : Experience Summary

KALIBATA HOUSE

Project type Typology Involvement

: Built project (by DAW architects) : Private house : Detail drawings, coordination, site supervision

SIGAPITON TOURISM VILLAGE

Project type Typology Involvement

GRIYA BINTARA ALAMI

Project type Typology Involvement

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: Design Proposal (by DAW Architects) : Landed housing & landscape design : Landscape design, clubhouse and jogging track design, shophouse design

: Design Visioning (by DAW Architects) : Tourism village : Masterplanning, macro concept, micro concept, regular meeting, design presentation

E16B CRR

Project type Typology Involvement

: Built project (personal project) : Private house : Design development, detail drawings, project supervision


PROFICIENCY SAMPLE DESIGN BY SKETCH

SHOPDRAWING COMMENTS

Landscape design of The Equilibrium (competition)

Aerofoil shop drawing comments (on alignment and details)

DETAIL STUDY BY SKETCH

ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Interphasings of bar feature wall

boarding house by MVMNT architects ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO

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PART 2 : Selected Projects

PART 2

SELECTED PROJECTS Displayed projects are to show the range of typology and scale of works that I have involved in. Design approach for every project would be unique and It is critical to have the ability to think in a bigger picture when it comes to masterplanning or landscape design and into the details when it comes to architecture or interior projects.

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MEKONG VIEW TOWER 5

Type : Design Proposal (E9AP) Typology : High-end residential tower

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESAN HUB

Type : Design Proposal (E9AP) Typology : Retreat centre & archdiocese facility

KOSGORO TOWER

Type : Design Proposal (DAW architects) Typology : Office tower

BANYUWANGI INFORMATION CENTRE

Type : Competition Typology : Information centre

THE EQUILIBRIUM

Type : Competition Typology : Digital working space (office)

A WELCOMING CBD

Type : Competition Typology : CBD Masterplan

16B LEEDON PARK

Type : Built project (E9AP) Typology : High Class Bungalow

SOMBAR SINONAKO

Type : Competition Typology : Souvenir centre (Architecture & Interior)

SIRE MEDANA RESORT

Type : Final Project Typology : Beach hotel resort

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PART 2 : Selected Projects

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MEKONG VIEW TOWER 5 typology size stage, status location company, supervisor role

// High-end residential tower // 24 storey; 30,124 sqm // Design proposal // Phnom Penh, Cambodia // E9AP Singapore, Jeff Imperial, Betsy Lau Chuk // Floor plan development, landscape & facility design, facade exploration, BIM model and detail drawings

Mekong View Tower V situated abreast the Mekong River, is a 24-storey residence favored with several vantage points to the river, cityscape, and the suburban expanse. The design is conceived from the inspiration of a metamorphic “tree� superimposed onto each other creating an ingenious dynamic facade design. A central courtyard concept was implemented to allow maximum exposure to natural sunlight and ventilation. Landscape softens the inner environs of the building infusing a natural and pleasant setting for the residents.

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FLOOR PLANS ROOF TERRACE (24TH FLOOR)

SCULPTURE LOUNGE (20TH FLOOR)

BONSAI GARDEN (17TH FLOOR)

PLAY FANTASY (14TH FLOOR)

HOBBY GROVE (11TH FLOOR)

POOL & CLUB (7TH FLOOR)

FUNCTION ROOM (5TH FLOOR)

COMMERCIAL (GROUND FLOOR)

UNDERGROUND PARKING

Facilities on skygardens are distributed as such to create a high quality living and environment whilst it is forming the facade. The injected programs are expected to fulfill the needs of varied users. 13


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SKYGARDEN

SKY GARDEN

SKYGARDEN

SKYGARDEN

SKYGARDEN

SKYGARDEN

SKYGARDEN

PARKING

FRONT ELEVATION

ROOFTOP

SIDE ELEVATION

ROOFTOP

SKY GARDEN SKY GARDEN SKY GARDEN SKY GARDEN

LANDSCAPE DECK

LANDSCAPE DECK

PARKING

FRONT - BACK SECTION

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SIDE SECTION


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Celebration of communal activity is located at 7th floor where 45m lap pool, clubhouse, and mini gardens are provided. This area also acts as viewpoint for the inner-side units.

Perspective on 7th floor landscape

CLUB GARDEN

LAP POOL

PARKING

FUNCTION ROOM

PARKING

7TH FLOOR SECTION

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UNIT TYPE S (STUDIO)

UNIT TYPE A (1 BEDROOM)

UNIT TYPE B2 (2 BEDROOMS)

UNIT TYPE B3 (2 BEDROOMS)

PENTHOUSE LOWER LEVEL

UNIT TYPE C (3 BEDROOMS)

PENTHOUSE UPPER LEVEL

BEDROOM TYPES

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UNIT TYPE B1 (2 BEDROOMS)


Day perspective from South side

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PART 2 : Selected Projects

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BANYUWANGI INFORMATION CENTRE competition, achievement brief size stage, status location role team

// Banyuwangi Information Centre // Information centre that represents locality // 3 storey, 8,200 sqm // Conceptual // Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia // Massing base concept, landscape design, macro concept, perspectives // Gratio Ray Sutanto

Aim to represent the Geopark tourism, the siteplanning is driven by existing contour and axis of 5 major geopark destinations: Ijen Crater, Mt. Raung, Merah Island, Purwo National park, and Banyuwangi. Soft leveling between floors and boundless indoor outdoor spaces are created in order to bring the sense of exploration. Its landscape programs enhance the presence of existing river and retained existing productive trees.

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SITEPLANNING CONCEPT BANYUWANGI

IJEN CRATER

PURWO NATIONAL PARK

information centre workshop gallery souvenir centre

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RAUNG MT.

INNER VIEW

MERAH ISLAND

AXIS

5 axis of geoparks were defined. These axis would act as base for the siteplanning. Later on, the geopark landmark is located here.

office mushala cafe & resto guesthouse

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GREEN SPILL

PROGRAM

GREENERY

SEMI OUTDOOR & TERRACES

FACADE & EXPRESSION

Massings are created to follow the contour and axis line. West part called Umyah Kulon and East part called Umyah Wetan

OUTER VIEW

Minimum intervention on the land to minimise the footprint. Existing trees and greenery is designed as such to retain the character of site’s nature

OUTER VIEW

VIEWPOINT

Massing configuration gives chance to appreciate the views. Designed landscape as inner view and existing river and forest as outer view.

MASSING CONCEPT

VOLUME & FUNCTION

ROOF & LOCALITY

Active Organic Farm

Geopark Sculpture

Productive farm managed by local serves ecological and economical purpose.

Main Landmark pointing to 5 different directions of other geopark tourism destinations

View deck

Functional Water Features

Varied deck to appreciate mesmerizing view of hill, farm, and the existing river

Water feature that serves not only for aesthetic purpose but also functioned as retention and reservation

Iconic Roof

Signature Mushala

Reinterpretation the traditional roof as method to highlight the local character of ‘Osing house’

‘Floating’ prayer room that celebrate the nature and give an unique experience

Floating Lobby

Soft Transition Space

Floating lobby as first impression and iconic feature at the entrance area

Gradual transition from indoor to outdoor as signature character of the building. It allows user to appreciate the nature

Site photo

DESIGN FEATURE

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AXIS: IJEN CRATER

JALAN RAYA LICIN 3

AXIS: RAUNG MOUNTAIN

ROAD SETBACK

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RIVER SETBACK

AXIS : BANYUWANGI

SITE BOUNDARY

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AXIS: MERAH ISLAND AXIS: TAMAN NASIONAL PURWO

LEGEND

SITEPLAN 0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Porte cochere - drop off Car parking (33 lot) Bus parking (2 lot) Geopark sculpture Event plaza Floating Amphiteatre

7. Lawn 8. Organic local farm 9. Merah island deck 10. Purwo national park deck 11. Water terrace 12.. River deck

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Floating lobby (main lobby) Souvenir, Information centre Gallery, workshop, library Office, Prayer room Cafe, Guesthouse Restaurant and dining deck

PARTIAL PLAN: UMYAH KULON

FFL ± 0.00

SEMPADAN JALAN

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LEGEND a. b. c. d. e. f.

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Floating Lobby Foyer, Umyah Wetan Souvenir shop Tourism gallery Office (managerial) Toilet, nursing rm, difable toilet

PARTIAL PLAN: UMYAH WETAN

1. 2. 3. 4.

Porte cochere (drop off./ pick up) Car parking (33 lot) Bus parking (2 lot) Viewing deck (hill deck)

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PARTIAL PLAN UMYAH WETAN - L2

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LEGEND a. Office (executive staff) b. Information Centre (Tourist centre) c. Workshop (can be joined) d. Library e. Storage

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1. Event plaza 2. Floating Amphiteatre 3. Purwo national park deck 4. Lawn 5. Geopark sculpture 6. Merah island deck

PARTIAL PLAN UMYAH KULON - L2

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LEGENDA

a. Foyer (umyah kulon) b. Office (executive staff) c. Floating prayer room d. Ablution e. Cafe and organic food display f. Toilet, nursing rm, difable toilet

g. Toilet h. Cottage i. Service area j. Restaurant and kitchen k. Toilet

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tour start point Geopark sculpture Garden viewdeck Local organic farm Reflection pond

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Main lobby

Souvenir centre

Main Office Area

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Tourism gallery Prayer room Cafe and Organic food display Water Terrace Cottage

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

Information centre Workshop Library

Plaza Geopark landmark

Local Organic farm

Floating amphiteatre Restaurant

LOCAL MATERIAL

Exposed Vulcanic Concrete Stone

Mountain Wash Stone Pebble

Syntetic weave

Shingle roof

Bendo Wood

Coconut Wood

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Restaurant

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perspective

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Photo by Betsy Lau Chuk

PART 2 : Selected Projects

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16B LEEDON PARK Typology size stage, status location company, supervisor role

// Good class bungalow // 2 storey, 1.140 sqm // built // Leedon Park, Bukit Timah, Singapore // E9AP Singapore, Nadia L Mustopo, Betsy Lau Chuk // Construction details, shopdrawing check, coordination, authority submission, supervision and meeting

The owner wanted a tranquil environment and a house that acts as an escape from hustle bustle of Singapore. The house programming was intended to cater the whole family needs, therefore entertainment room, prayer room, swimming pool, two types of dining area, roof terrace, and lift was provided. Concept of the house is simple, elegant, with rustic touch which integrating straightforward floor plan with various material such as metal, glass, marble, granites, and timber. Swimming pool as the main interaction area for the family was shaped as such looked like a paint palette as symbolization of the owner’s hobby: chinese painting.

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BOUNDARY LINE

SETBACK LINE

SETBAC K LINE

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SCALE 1:100

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Concept vs construction (front side)

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Photo by Nadia L Mustopo

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FRONT ELEVATION

BUILT DESIGN

Pattern on Gate (timber & steel plate)

Sunken seat & finishes of swimming pool

Roof terrace design with canopy and bench

Finishes interphasing: timber, granite, pebble wash

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DETAILING WORK SAMPLES MAIN DOOR

Elevation concept vs built on site

MAIN DOOR ELEVATION

MAIN DOOR AXONOME

The 3,6 meter high main door was made of stainless steel that has been cut into modules. The whole door was fabricated in Johor Bahru and then brought to Singapore for the corten steel finish works.

EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD

Corten steel effect sample

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PROPOSED NEW ERECTION OF A 2-STOREY DETACHED DWELLING HOUSE WITH ROOF TERRACE AND SWIMMING POOL ON LOT 06961N MK 04 AT 16B LEEDON PARK (BUKIT TIMAH PLANNING AREA)

Sketch of main door frame detail

MAIN DOOR ELEVA


LIGHTING FEATURE AT BOUNDARY WALL

Elevation drawing vs built on site

Lighting feature is integrated with the signage of the house. In order to not creating glare for the passerby, laminated glass with tranclucent pvb was chosen. This glass then being overlayed with two types of metal mesh to create a pattern effect.

Two types of metal mesh

Signage detail & metal mesh - glass interphasing

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STAIRCASE & WALL FEATURE

Cantilevered staircase and feature wall’s finishes interphasing

The staircase was intended to be elegant. 11,6 meter feature wall was made of granites combination: HKPL honed granite, metalicus honed granite and grooved park black honed granite.

Feature wall pattern

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Staircase steps - granite interphasing


Concept vs construction (rear side)

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Photo by Nadia L Mustopo

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PART 2 : Selected Projects

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CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESAN HUB typology size stage, status location company, supervisor role

// Mixed use development: retreat centre & archdiocese facility // 4 storey; 51,170 sqm // Proposal for tender // 49 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore // E9AP Singapore, Jeff Imperial, Nadia L Mustopo, Betsy Lau Chuk // Floor plan development, landscape design, facade exploration, 3D model, chapel design

The design approach for the Catholic Archdiocesan Hub is a humble and dignified interpretation of the brief and the site context. In optimising the existing site, the building functions and forms are articulated in synthesis with the land. The interplay of forms, land, and the mesh skin of the building simulates a “Cradle” protecting the people and creating an envelope which signifies God’s encompassing nature. The design also maximises natural light and ventilation as an approach towards sustainability.

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GENERAL CONCEPT

Ventilations & Vistas

Green Corridors

CHAPEL

CHAPEL

Water is symbolic of Life. Mimicking the dynamic trait of water, nonlinear unimpeded vistas are generated along the green corridors. These sightlines are also translated into ventilation through the land between buildings, promoting breatheable cluster of spaces.

In the design of the landscape, a green spine meanders through the heart of the site, where the existing chapel sits as an extension of the lush nature reserves to the west. Density of vegetation is varied along the green spine to serve as a natural barrier for private areas.

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Retreat Centre Archdiocese Centre & Family Centre Youth Centre Rooms with Ensuite Toilets Dormitory Home for the Elderly Clergy Existing Chapel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Drop-off Plaza Archdiocese and Family Retreat Drop-off Youth Centre Drop-off (B2 Level) Main Public Pedestrian Access B1 Carpark Entrance Bin Centre Access (B2 Level) Loading & Unloading Bay Access (B1 Level)

8. Substation & Transformers 9. Theatre Plaza 10. Gallery Plaza 11. B2 Carpark Entrance 12. Home for The Elderly Clergy Drop Off 13. Home for The Elderly Clergy Loading 14. Rooftop Plaza

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SITEPLAN

15. Reflection Trails 16. Lawn Plaza 17. Reflective Ponds 18. Herb Garden

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AERIAL VIEWS

LEGEND A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

Retreat Centre Archdiocese & Family Centre Youth Centre Rooms w/ Ensuite Toilets Dormitory Block Home for Elderly Clergy Existing Chapel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Drop off/ Pick up - Main Drop off/ Pick up - Archdiocese & Family Centre Drop off/ Pick up - Youth Centre Drop off/ Pick up - Home for Elderly Clergy Vehicular Entrance Pedestrian Entrance Substation (Transformer, Switchgear, MDF) Loading/ Unloading Bay

9. Bin Centre 10. Car Park Entrance 11. Car Park 12. Consumer Switchroom 13. Ejector Pump Room 14. Sprinkler Pump Room & Tank 15. Hydrant Pump Room & Tank 16. Domestic Water Pump Room & Tank

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Chapel Interior Retrofitting

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RETREAT CENTRE PLANS SECTION

ATTIC STOREY PLAN

2nd STOREY PLAN

B1STOREY PLAN

4th STOREY PLAN

3rd STOREY PLAN

1st STOREY PLAN

LEGEND: A1. F&B A2. SHOP A3. FCC A4. PASSENGER LIFT LOBBY A5. KIOSK A6. SERVICE LIFT LOBBY A7. FEMALE TOILET A8. MALE TOILET A9. NURSING ROOM A10. DISABLED TOILET A11. AUDITORIUM A12. STAGE

A13. BACK OF STAGE A14. STORAGE A15. AUDITORIUM PLAZA A16. FOYER A17. CONTROL ROOM A18. UPPER FOYER A19. AUDITORIUM BALCONY LEVEL A20. FOODCOURT A21. MINIMART A22. SEATING A23. LOADING/UNLOADING BAY A24. CAR PARK

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ARCHDIOCESAN CENTRE & FAMILY CENTRE

STAY-IN FACILITIES & YOUTH CENTRE

4TH STOREY 4TH STOREY

3RD STOREY 3RD STOREY

2ND STOREY

1ST STOREY

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2ND STOREY

1ST STOREY


HOME FOR THE ELDERLY CLERGY 4TH STOREY

3RD STOREY

2ND STOREY

1ST STOREY

B2 STOREY

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Entrance Perspective

The humble choice of materials and colours stands for eternity and God's enduring, everlasting grace.

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Natural light and ventilation play a significant role in the design. In the day, light infiltrates into the spaces. At night, the building stands as a beacon, guiding one along the right path, “through the darkest valley�. Courtyard spaces in the various buildings are oriented along the green spine and around the chapel, creating communal spaces for activities and personal reflection.

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PART 2 : Selected Projects

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THE EQUILIBRIUM competition, achievement brief size stage, status location role team

// Sinarmasland Young Architect 2017 , 1st winner (professional category) // Office for tech-related companies, leasing office, co-working space, commercial // 8 storey, 36.000 sqm // Conceptual // Digital Hub district, BSD, Indonesia // team leader, macro and micro concept, diagrams, floor plan, landscape design, night perspective // Steven Widyatmadja, Muhammad Hadyan, Daniel Caesar Pratama

Future generation of workforce, the millenials, seek more than paychecks. They seek values and purpose, skill development, and cohesion between work and life. Accordingly, future workplace should acommodate the demands from millenials. Keeping employees happy is no longer a choice. Happy employees means retained talent, improved performance, and more creativity, in other word: Progressive business. How do you keep your employees happy? the answer is by providing a balanced lifestyle and a balanced environment.

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BASIC CONCEPT

UserUser wellness Wellness by Biophilic by biophilic

Healthy mobility Green Lifestyle by Green Mobility

Design

Smart Smart Building building

Balanced Lifestyle Various Various Programs for programs Various Users

Green Standardized Green building building

Lifetime Lifetime Learning learning

HOW THE BUSINESS PROGRESS

Fail Fast Fail Fast Experiment Experiment

BALANCE LIFESTYLE

PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS

Seamless Seamless Work work experience Experience

Iconic Iconic gateway Gateway building

BALANCE ENVIRONMENT

Work life Work & & Life Cohesion cohesion

Where users and guests can learn and improve their skills. Filled with information about users data, on going event, building management, all integrated with an app

Balanced Environment

Giving back to Giving Back to Nature nature

SITE PARAMETER

Collaboration Collaboration

Building

District District’s signature Signature Parkpark

Formal and informal space to promote impromptu meetings that can lead to future collaboration Workshop and prototyping area for faster trial and error process. Connected to small gallery where passerby can give immediate feedback.

GREEN & BLUE CONNECTIVITY

PERMEABILITY

Continuing Green & Blue Connection

Introduce permeability

TWIN MASSING

OUTDOOR SPACES

Building Coverage: 50% Plot Ratio: 4 Green Coverage: 30% GFA: 25.000m2

Site Parameters Total Site Area 2Ha

BASIC PROGRAMS

Open Space Program

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Outdoor stage area-night perspective and main drop off area

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COMMON SPACES

Large Conference

Meeting Pod

Silent Room

Thematic Workstation

Small Conference Game Room

Squash Room

Impromptu Meetings

Discussion Space Movie Room

Phone Booth Music Room

Lazy Room

Nap Room

Open Semi EnclosedWorkstation

Small Studio

Health Sanctuary Room Assigned Semi Enclosed Workstation

Medium Studio Open Workstation

Assigned Workstation

Common spaces are provided to promote impromptu meetings and social interactions

SECTION

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Interior perspective

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PART 2 : Selected Projects

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MOROTAI SOUVENIR CENTRE competition, achievement brief size stage, status location role team

// Souvenir centre by Propan 2018 , 3rd winner // Souvenir centre with local character // 2 storey, 500 sqm // Conceptual // Morotai, North Maluku, Indonesia // team leader, massing concept, interior design, floor plan, landscape design, perspectives // Arif Rachman Hidayat, Adhietya Orlando, Pascal Abhijana

Souvenir centre in this remote area should level up to provide a community facility which serves the following functions: education, exhibition, and interaction. By involving visitors on these processes would help them to gauge the true value of a local merchandise product. Architecturally, the building adapts ‘baileo’ house Morotai’s traditional building with some modifications, whilst compromises its functionality.

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GENERAL CONCEPT

Pearl & White steel as main branding

interactions

SOUVENIR

personalized items

WORKSHOP

MERCHANDISING low budget

authentic items

EXPLORER

involveness

exclusive offer

ELITE

USER BASED ON

tailor made experience

MOTIVES CAFE

SOCIAL INTERACTION

EVENT ENGAGEMENT

SPESIFIC

WORKSHOP

CAFE

OUTDOOR SPACE meeting event point participation

Morotai have its own spesific market: tourists that tend to explore (wanderlust), tourists that want to join spesific event (e.g: sail morotai, fishing morotai, etc), and tourists that into craftmanship and unique products (pearl, white steel, etc). This tendency would affect the programs in this facility, branding, even the marketing strategy.

MASSING CONCEPT

1000 m2 500 m 29

m

food

be a (5 ch s 0/ et 10 ba 0 m ck )

outside kiosk services workshop

2

‘people attract people’

m 33

cafe

parking

Site

Beach as the known character of Morotai is picked as proposed location. Outside the beach setback, site is elongated to follow the desired 1,000 sqm size.

crafts & jewelry

Massing

Circulation from road to beach is provided between two massings. Walk-in cafe and store on both end sides are created to attract people and give a strong visual connectivity.

Programs

toilet P to parking extention

Injected programs are serving following purposes: commercial, education, exhibition, and interactions. Hence, there are workshop, cafe, and main store.

Expression

cross pattern to adapt

Proportion and its roof expression adapting traditional building: Baileo. In the spesific case, massings are not elevated in order to create an easy movement to and from main circulation.

morotai island

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KE PANTAI

FL +0.150 EVENTUAL DISPLAY

2

2

FL +0.150

C

B

FL +0.250

QUEUE AREA IMPULSIVE RACK

IMPULSIVE RACK

*

CASHIER

QUEUE AREA

To L2

umbrella

FL +0.150

E SPILL OUT AREA

FL +0.250

POWER WALL

*

H

FL +0.150

4

K

*

EVENTUAL DISPLAY

A

FL +0.250

I

EVENT WALL

COMPRESSION ZONE

G

FL +0.250

J FL +0.400

FL +0.250

SPILL OUT AREA

F

*

FL +0.150

FL +0.250

FL +0.150

3

1

FL ±0.000

1ST STOREY PLAN 0

2

4

10 m woven fabric

saloi

parang, salawaku

pearl

nutmeg

tolu

lopa-lopa

white steel

bacan stone

halua peanuts

Local products varied local products need to be elevated and adjusted in order to match the market

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* From L1 FL +3.650

D

2ND STOREY PLAN 0

2

4

10 m

LEGEND

Sombar Sijum: A. Craft zone, woodcraft, rattan art B. Weapon replica, white steel craft, pearl and jewelry C. Outside kiosk (food, drink, signature snacks) D. Culinary zone E. Workshop area (Sombar Simote) F. Cafe (Sombar siboga) G. Staff room H. Storage I. ATM

OUTDOOR SPACES

*

: Fire Hydrant

: Lock for security

signature snack

batik fabric

woven fabric

rattan wicker

crafts

snacks

accessories

woven fabric

weapon replica

jewelry

DISPLAY MEDIA

1. Plaza (drop off / pick up) 2. Performance area, coffee break, local bazaar, event space 3. Carpark, motorbike, bike park 4. Loading / unloading

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AXONOMETRIC SECTION

w (somba

ou kio cashier culinary & signature snacks

FL +3.650

FL +0.250

FL +0.150

Perspective is generated by ridwan

FL +0.250

Entrance (road side)

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utside osk

FL +0.250

Perspective is generated by ridwan

toilet text keterangan foto, oleh siapa dibuat dengan apa

workshop ar simote)

FL +0.400

Performance area

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist

PART 2 : Selected Projects

07

WISMA KOSGORO (OFFICE) typology size stage, status location company, supervisor role

// Office Tower // 21 storey; 19,249 sqm // Design concept // Sudirman, Jakarta, Indonesia // Design Alliance Workshop, Andi Anggoro, Patriot Negri, Khairul Umam, Fadhil Sadewo // Floor plan development, massing iteration, planning parameter adjustments

The new 20-storey office tower designed by expressing the curvy-linear silhouette to appear stand out among the rest sharp and straight edges neighbour. The slanted intrusion composition of which can be lighted up during night time aiming to be a showcase of the contemporary articulation and technology to move forward from the conventional repetitive rectangular module.

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MASSING CONCEPT

CONTEXT

SITE

MAXIMIZING FLOOR PLATE

FINDING THE BEST FORM

CURVED VS STRAIGHT SILHOUETTE

AXONOMETRIC

VISUAL CONNECTIVITY

SECTION Roof Terrace ROOFTOP RESTAURANT ROOFTOPTerrace RESTAURANT Roof

2 floors

OfficeOffice

11 floors

SKY DECK

Sky Deck

Mosque/cafetaria

MSCPmscp ENTRANCE/EXIT Entrance / Exit

1 floor

Mosque, Cafeteria

6 floors

Lobbylobby

1 floor Double volume

basement Basement

2 floors

ToTObasement BASEMENT MRT STATION Future MRT Entrypoint

MSCP ToTO MSCP DROP OFF Drop Off

section 01

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FLOOR PLANS B2 STOREY

B1 STOREY

Basement -1 33 lot parkir mobil

Basement -2 1ST STOREY

MEZZANINE STOREY

41 lot parkir & 75 Lot Parkir Motor

GSB

M/E

GSB

L-1.5 7 lot parkir mobil

Ground floor Grand Total Net Area (NA)

2ND STOREY

: 14,220 m2 (74 %) : 16,443 m2 (85 %) : 19,249 m2

Total SGFA (NA+COR) TYPICAL STOREYGrand Grand Total GFA (SGFA+MEP+OT)

GSB

GSB

GSB

GSB

L-2

L-8

21 lot parkir mobil

Office floor & lift overrun mscp

LOWER ROOF TERRACE

Total Net Architect (NA) : 1065,6 m2 (78,28%) Total SGFA (NA+COR) : 1224,6 m2 (89,96%) Total GFA (SGFA+MEP+OT) : 1361,16 m2

UPPER ROOF TERRACE

GSB

GSB

GSB

GSB

Rooftop l19

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TYPICAL (with balcony)

Rooftop l20

MEP : 52 m2 Corridor (COR) : 159 m2 Others (OT) : 84,56


Aerial Perspective

Entrance Area

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist


Rooftop Pe

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erspective

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist


illustration made with sketchup and photoshop by Dany

PART 2 : Selected Projects

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A WELCOMING CBD competition, achievement brief size stage, status location role team

// Sinarmasland Young Architect 2014 , 1st winner (masterplanning category) // CBD masterplan // 25,000 sqm // Conceptual // BSD, Indonesia // parcel division, masterplan base design, landscape design, final presentation // Dany Nugroho, Patriot Negri, Aszafaika Ladidinanda, Hastito Rahmadhika

The project is positioned to be the New Extension of the Sunburst CBD of BSD City. The project is considered special as this is the last commercial parcel of land in BSD Phase 1 or East BSD. This project is also envisioned to be the gateway to the West BSD and the future Grand CBD. There are 5 keys of design that required: integration, connectivity, walkability, public open space, and identity.

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VIDEO


CONCEPT

MASTERPLAN CONCEPT

1

Creating “pocket shaped” as ending of the shape of previous existing CBD

2

Main entrance is on the north side (primary road). Creating perimeter road along the site boundary to provide access for future development, then connecting the rest

3

Creating ‘green necklace’ by connecting the exiting green areas through the site

4

Parcel’s shape follows the road boundary

5

Creating pedestrian path connection, then provides nodes (as the public open space) for pedestrian (user or visitor)

6

The building masses shape follows the parcel’s shape, the skyline reach its highest point at the center (iconic building)

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SITE PLAN

A. B. C. D. E.

SECTION

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Mixed-Use Building Shopping Mall Hotel Office Apartment

a. b. c. d. e.

Festival Plaza Exhibition Plaza Art Plaza Cultural Plaza Social Plaza

f. g. h. i. j.

Educative Plaza Reservoir Nature Park Active Park Urban Park


EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

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LANDSCAPE

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Outdoor area perspective

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illustration made with sketchup and photoshop by Dany & Hastito


Perspective is generated with sketchup and photoshop

PART 2 : Selected Projects

09

SIRE MEDANA RESORT typology size stage, status location supervisor achievement

// 3 star hotel // 1-3 storey; 3,400sqm // Design concept, Final Project // North Lombok, Indonesia // Firmansyah I Murad // Most favorite final project of graduation exhibition (April 2014)

The site located at sire medana, North Lombok. Its remote location would give a serene ambience and calmness. The most interesting part of this site is the view of the sea and the abundant amount of coconut palm trees. Objective of this project is to create a design that promotes interaction between guests and the nature. As for the building expression itself, traditional architecture character is being adapted.

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Site photos Dense coconut trees as the main consideration for the siteplanning. The distance between trees will become the space for architecture.

Local materials to emphasize the local character of the design

Lobby

Public building, standard room building

Cottage, Villa

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SITEPLAN

A. Lobby B. Public facility area C. Standard room area

D. Garden view cottage area E. Lobby F. Public facility area

G. H. I.

Standard room area Garden view cottage area Sire Indah beach

COTTAGE TYPES

area: 75 sqm capacity: 2 person

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area: 85 sqm capacity: 4 person

area: 125 sqm capacity: 2 person


STANDARD ROOM BUILDING

GARDEN COTTAGE

RESTAURANT, BALLROOM, BAR & LOUNGE

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GARDEN VIEW COTTAGE

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LAKE VIEW COTTAGE


Perspectives are generated with sketchup and photoshop

LOBBY

VILLA SUITE

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Main outdoo

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or event area

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Perspectives are generated with sketchup and photoshop


PART 3 : Competition Summary

PART 3

COMPETITION SUMMARY Competition is one way to push the idea and do that creative jump. During the process I could learn lot of things such as how to lead, how to follow order, gauge the effort to give, how to floor the idea to the team and re-evaluate for our personal growth. Through this, the intense exercises, and the achievements, I have developed myself and build my confidence a lot further.

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A WELCOMING CBD

THE EQUILIBRIUM 1

By, year : Sinarmasland (2014) Typology : Central Business District Masterplan Team : Aszafaika L, Dany N, Hastito R, Patriot N

VIDEO

KONTEKS.TOEA.L

1

By, year : Sinarmasland (2017) Typology : Digital Working Space (Office) Team : Daniel C, M Hadyan, Steven W

OTI BUBANE 1

By, year : Propan (2017) Typology : Restaurant Team : Daniel C, M Hadyan, Steven W

VIDEO

1

By, year : Propan (2017) Typology : Restaurant Team : Daniel C, M Hadyan, Steven W

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PART 3 : Competition Summary

IMMUNICITY

SOMBAR SINONAKO 3

MERIT

By, year : Futurearc prize (2018) Typology : Biophilic City Team : DAW Architects: Patriot N, Khairul U, Vinasthika M, Luthfi D

SIGI MENA

By, year : Propan (2018) Typology : Souvenir Centre Team : Arif R, Adhietya O, Pascal A

SPACE IN SPACE 2

By, year : Bima Local Government (2018) Typology : Great Mosque Team : Arif R, Adhietya O

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VIDEO

TOP 15

By, year : Museum Marino Marini Italy (2018) Typology : Playable Museum Team : DAW Architects: Khairul U, Vinasthika M


REST IN PARADISE

BHUMI PRASHANTI

TOP 6

By, year : Lixil (2019) Typology : Rest Area Team : Steven W, M. Zakky

VIDEO

BALE WITANA

TOP 25

By, year : Jayaboard (2019) Typology : Disaster-Responsive Housing Team : Gratio R

THE TRANSIT (ION)

TOP 21

By, year : Dipenogoro University (2017) Typology : Multipurpose Hall Team : Aris A, Arif R, Adhietya O

TOP 24

By, year : MRT Jakarta (2018) Typology : Transit Hub Team : Arif R, Adhietya O

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SELECTED WORKS

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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email: rdwn.fauzi@gmail.com

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Architecture Portfolio - August 2019  

Mochamad Ridwan Fauzi's selected projects. Notes: There are external links to other publications and videos. Click the link on the page (blu...

Architecture Portfolio - August 2019  

Mochamad Ridwan Fauzi's selected projects. Notes: There are external links to other publications and videos. Click the link on the page (blu...

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