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Mochamad Ridwan Fauzi

work experience

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

SELECTED WORKS


CHAPTER 00: introduction

MOCHAMAD RIDWAN FAUZI october 9th ,1991 male indonesian gpa 3.31 (on a 4.00 scale) 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 will get the experience by stepping into the space 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

INVOLVEMENTS

Senior High School SMA Negri 3 Bandung

2006

Senior High School Debate group (extracurricular)

Architecture Undergraduate Institut Teknologi Bandung

2009

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

Bachelor of Science Institut Teknologi Bandung 2014 (architecture department)

2006

Photography Internship Internship at Fernando Gomulya Architecture Photography (on weekend)

2017

Most Favorite Final Project (by vote) Final Project Exhibition on April 2014 “Sire Medana Resort” 2014

1st Winner of architecture competition Sayembara Restoran Nusantara by Propan “Konteks.Toea.L” - Restaurant

2017

1st Winner of architecture competition Young Architect Competition by Sinarmasland “A Welcoming CBD” - Masterplan 2014

1st Winner of architecture competition Young Architect Competition by Sinarmasland “The Equilibrium” - Digital Working Space 2017

1st Winner of architecture competition Sayembara Restoran Nusantara by Propan “Oti Bubane” - Restaurant

Merit Award architecture competition Futurearc 2018: Biophilic City “Immunicity” - City Intervention

ACHIEVEMENTS

2

2017

2017


EXPERIENCE Intern Pusat Studi Urban Desain, Indonesia

2012

3 weeks, 2 projects

Intern Djuhara + Djuhara Architects, Indonesia

2013

4 months, 10 projects

Intern CPG Consultants (Urban Planning), Singapore 2014

3 months, 4 projects

Architectural Assistant East 9 Architects & Planners, Singapore

2015 - 2017

2 years, 12 projects

Architectural Assistant Design Alliance Workshop, Indonesia

2017 - 2018

1 year, 6 projects

List of project’s 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 // Tourist village masterplan 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

Non-computer proficiency:

Curriculum Vitae

Hand sketch for detailing // Hand sketch for design (site planning, floor plan, landscape design) // Simple sketch for concept, perspective and axonometric drawing // Project supervision // Detail drawings // Coordination with project’s stakeholders // Singapore authority submission (with supervision) // Shop drawing checking // Site meeting and site visit // Conceptual thinking // Building material selection // Architecture photography

COURSE AND 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

N.B: Certificate is obtained for some of the courses 3


chapter 1

WORK EXPERIENCE

East 9 Architects & Planners Pte Ltd, Singapore (2015-2017) Design Alliance Workshop, Indonesia (2017-2018)

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EAST 9 ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS GOOD CLASS BUNGALOW

RESTAURANT INTERIOR

SHOPPING CENTRE A&A

16B Leedon Park

East Bureau Restaurant

The Centre Point

Construction, built

Construction, built

Detail drawings, authority submissions, coordination, shopdrawing checking, details, site meeting

Detail drawings

LEARNING FACILITY A&A

CLAN HEAD QUARTER A&A

EDB Learning Centre

Song Heng Association

Construction

Construction

Tender drawings, authority submission, tender preparation, coordination, periodical meeting

Detail drawings, design exploration, BIM model

ELDERLY CARE CENTRE

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

Construction, built

Centre management office tender drawings, signage tender drawings, part of detail drawings, design explorations HIGH-END RESIDENTIAL TOWER

Mekong View Tower V Design proposal

Design exploration (facade, landscape), detail drawings, BIM model, BIM 2D drawings, sales gallery design proposal SHOPPING CENTRE A&A

St John Elderly Home

Archdiocesan Hub

China Square Interior Fitting

Site tender briefing, design exploration, coordination with 3d artist

Site tender briefing, design exploration (3d massing, facade), coordination with 3d artist

Site visit, design exploration (3d model), coordination with 3d artist

Design proposal

ISLAMIC SCHOOL

Madrasah Al-Arabiyah Al Islamiyah Design proposal

Design exploration (3d model), walkthrough video

STAFF ROOM INTERIOR FIT OUT

School of The Arts

Design proposal

SHOPPING MALL A&A

Design proposal

CONFERENCE HALL A&A

Robertson Walk

Singapore Conference Hall

Design exploration (intervention to existing), slide presentation

Design exploration (3d model), coordination with 3d artist

Design proposal

Design proposal

RETIREMENT RESORT

OFFICE TOWER

Design proposal

Feasibility study

Teluk Kurau

CPF Building

Design exploration (floor plan & 3d)

Design exploration (floor plan & 3d)

Design exploration (3d facade exploration)

Feasibility study

DESIGN ALLIANCE WORSKHOP

Wisma Kosgoro

Design development

Design exploration (floor plan, 3d perspective)

MASTERPLAN

Sigapiton Tourist Village Masterplan Design Proposal

Design exploration (masterplan design, macro and micro concept), design presentation, site survey

LANDED HOUSE

House @ Kalibata Residence

COMMERCIAL, HOTEL, APARTMENT

Mahligai MD

Construction, on progress

Design development

Detail drawings, coordination, presentation, interior design, design exploration

Design exploration (floor plan, GFA calculation)

56-STOREY APARTMENT

Lenmarc Building Design Proposal

Design exploration (floor plan, 3d massing, drop off design,)

URBAN INTERVENTION

work experience

OFFICE TOWER

Slum Area Intervention @ Bogor Design Concept

Design exploration (macro and micro concept), design presentation, site survey

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Night perspective from South side

6

Perspective is generated by 3d artist

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


01

MEKONG VIEW TOWER 5 typology // high-end residential tower size // 24 storey; 30,124 sqm stage, status // Design proposal location // Phnom Penh, Cambodia company, supervisor // E9AP Singapore, Jeff Imperial, Betsy Lau Chuk role // Floor plan development, landscape & facility design, facade exploration, BIM model and detail drawings

selected work — 01

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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AK

S

4,000

T

6,000

U

1,500

V

AE

AD

6,000

6,000

SETBACK LINE

6,100

ROOF +76,800

ROOF +76,800

AC

5,100

AB

6,100

AA

6,100

Z

6,100

Y

X

6,100

5,100

W

6,000

SETBACK LINE

AJ

6,000

BOUNDARY LINE

AI

6,100

SETBACK LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

AH

6,000

SETBACK LINE

D

7,500

BOUNDARY LINE

C

6,000

BOUNDARY LINE

B

ROOF +76,800

ROOF +76,800

23rd FLOOR +73,600

23rd FLOOR +73,600

23rd FLOOR +73,600

22nd FLOOR +70,400

22nd FLOOR +70,400

22nd FLOOR +70,400

22nd FLOOR +70,400

21st FLOOR +67,200

21st FLOOR +67,200

21st FLOOR +67,200

21st FLOOR +67,200

20th FLOOR +64,000

20th FLOOR +64,000

20th FLOOR +64,000

20th FLOOR +64,000

19th FLOOR +60,800

19th FLOOR +60,800

19th FLOOR +60,800

19th FLOOR +60,800

18th FLOOR +57,600

18th FLOOR +57,600

18th FLOOR +57,600

18th FLOOR +57,600

17th FLOOR +54,400

17th FLOOR +54,400

17th FLOOR +54,400

17th FLOOR +54,400

16th FLOOR +51,200

16th FLOOR +51,200

16th FLOOR +51,200

16th FLOOR +51,200

15th FLOOR +48,000

15th FLOOR +48,000

15th FLOOR +48,000

14th FLOOR +44,800

14th FLOOR +44,800

14th FLOOR +44,800

14th FLOOR +44,800

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

11th FLOOR +35,200

11th FLOOR +35,200

11th FLOOR +35,200

10th FLOOR +32,000

10th FLOOR +32,000

10th FLOOR +32,000

BOUNDARY LINE

23rd FLOOR +73,600

15th FLOOR +48,000

11th FLOOR +35,200

10th FLOOR +32,000

PROJECT TITLE

PROPOSED NEW ERECTION OF A 24-STOREY CONDOMINIUM WITH ROOF TERRACE, SWIMMING POOL & BASEMENT CARPARK

9th FLOOR +28,800

9th FLOOR +28,800

9th FLOOR +28,800

8th FLOOR +25,600

8th FLOOR +25,600

8th FLOOR +25,600

9th FLOOR +28,800

7th FLOOR +22,400

7th FLOOR +22,400

7th FLOOR +22,400

6th FLOOR +19,200

6th FLOOR +19,200

6th FLOOR +19,200

5th FLOOR +16,000

5th FLOOR +16,000

5th FLOOR +16,000

4th FLOOR +12,800

4th FLOOR +12,800

4th FLOOR +12,800

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

8th FLOOR +25,600

OWNER'S SIGNATURE & ADDRESS

MEKONG VIEW TOWER

7th FLOOR +22,400

Chroy Changva Phnom Penh Cambodia

6th FLOOR +19,200

MR. Bun Ches President SIGNATURE

5th FLOOR +16,000

ARCHITECT :

EAST 9 Architects and Planners Pte Ltd

GROUND FLOOR ±0

GROUND FLOOR ±0

BASEMENT -3,200

BASEMENT -3,200

4th FLOOR +12,800

OXLEY BIZHUB 2 62 UBI ROAD 1, #08-01 , SINGAPORE 408734 TEL:63390090 FAX:63390019

GROUND FLOOR ±0

GROUND FLOOR ±0

BASEMENT -3,200

BASEMENT -3,200

BETSY LAU CHUCK KWAN SIGNATURE

6,000

7,500

6,000

6,100

6,000

6,100

4,000

6,000

1,500

6,000

TENURE OF LAND

-

6,000

5,100

6,100

6,100

6,100

6,100

5,100

6,000

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5,100

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6,100

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6,100

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6,100

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5,100

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6,000

SETBACK LINE

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5,216

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SETBACK LINE

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6,000

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SIDE ELEVATION 01

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SETBACK LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

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THE COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS OWNED BY EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD. NO PART OF THIS DRAWING IS TO BE COPIED WITHOUT ARCHITECT'S PERMISSION. CONTRACTORS TO VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE BEFORE PREFABRICATION.

BOUNDARY LINE

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6,000

CH SCALE

A1621-0010CAM DRAWING NUMBER

BOUNDARY LINE

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APPROVED BY

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ELEVATION 01 1:200

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ROOF +76,800

ROOF +76,800

23rd FLOOR +73,600

23rd FLOOR +73,600

23rd FLOOR +73,600

23rd FLOOR +73,600

22nd FLOOR +70,400

22nd FLOOR +70,400

22nd FLOOR +70,400

22nd FLOOR +70,400

21st FLOOR +67,200

21st FLOOR +67,200

21st FLOOR +67,200

21st FLOOR +67,200

20th FLOOR +64,000

20th FLOOR +64,000

20th FLOOR +64,000

20th FLOOR +64,000

19th FLOOR +60,800

19th FLOOR +60,800

19th FLOOR +60,800

19th FLOOR +60,800

18th FLOOR +57,600

18th FLOOR +57,600

18th FLOOR +57,600

18th FLOOR +57,600

17th FLOOR +54,400

17th FLOOR +54,400

17th FLOOR +54,400

17th FLOOR +54,400

16th FLOOR +51,200

16th FLOOR +51,200

16th FLOOR +51,200

16th FLOOR +51,200

15th FLOOR +48,000

15th FLOOR +48,000

15th FLOOR +48,000

15th FLOOR +48,000

14th FLOOR +44,800

14th FLOOR +44,800

14th FLOOR +44,800

14th FLOOR +44,800

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

11th FLOOR +35,200

11th FLOOR +35,200

11th FLOOR +35,200

10th FLOOR +32,000

10th FLOOR +32,000

10th FLOOR +32,000

11th FLOOR +35,200

10th FLOOR +32,000

PROJECT TITLE

PROPOSED NEW ERECTION OF A 24-STOREY CONDOMINIUM WITH ROOF TERRACE, SWIMMING POOL & BASEMENT CARPARK

9th FLOOR +28,800

9th FLOOR +28,800

9th FLOOR +28,800

8th FLOOR +25,600

8th FLOOR +25,600

8th FLOOR +25,600

9th FLOOR +28,800

7th FLOOR +22,400

7th FLOOR +22,400

7th FLOOR +22,400

6th FLOOR +19,200

6th FLOOR +19,200

6th FLOOR +19,200

5th FLOOR +16,000

5th FLOOR +16,000

5th FLOOR +16,000

4th FLOOR +12,800

4th FLOOR +12,800

4th FLOOR +12,800

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

8th FLOOR +25,600

OWNER'S SIGNATURE & ADDRESS

MEKONG VIEW TOWER

7th FLOOR +22,400

Chroy Changva Phnom Penh Cambodia

6th FLOOR +19,200

MR. Bun Ches President SIGNATURE

5th FLOOR +16,000

ARCHITECT :

EAST 9 Architects and Planners Pte Ltd

GROUND FLOOR ±0

GROUND FLOOR ±0

BASEMENT -3,200

4th FLOOR +12,800

OXLEY BIZHUB 2 62 UBI ROAD 1, #08-01 , SINGAPORE 408734 TEL:63390090 FAX:63390019

GROUND FLOOR ±0

BASEMENT -3,200

Elevations are generated with Archicad by Ridwan

C

BOUNDARY LINE

B

GROUND FLOOR ±0

BASEMENT -3,200

BASEMENT -3,200

BETSY LAU CHUCK KWAN SIGNATURE

6,000

1,500

6,000

5,216

4,500

4,500

5,699

7,500

6,000

TENURE OF LAND

6,000

5,100

-

6,100

6,100

6,100

6,100

6,100

5,100

6,000

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THE COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS OWNED BY EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD. NO PART OF THIS DRAWING IS TO BE COPIED WITHOUT ARCHITECT'S PERMISSION. CONTRACTORS TO VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE BEFORE PREFABRICATION.

ELEVATION 02 1:200

THE COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS OWNED BY EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PT


Day perspective from South side

9

Perspective is generated by 3d artist


10

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

2nd-4th FLOOR PLAN

7th FLOOR PLAN

11th FLOOR PLAN

14th FLOOR PLAN

17th FLOOR PLAN

20th FLOOR PLAN

ROOF TERRACE PLAN


text keterangan foto, oleh siapa dibuat dengan apa

Section through front and rear side

D

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

8,349

6,000

1,500

6,000

4,025

ROOF +76,800

ROOF +76,800

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

23rd FLOOR +73,600

73.650

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

22nd FLOOR +70,400

70.450

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

21st FLOOR +67,200

67.250

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

20th FLOOR +64,000

64.050

UNIT TYPE A

73.600

FFL

UNIT TYPE A FFL

70.400

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A

FFL

FFL

67.200

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A FFL

FFL

18th FLOOR +57,600

FFL

FFL

60.800

FFL

FFL

57.600

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

73.650

FFL

54.400

FFL

FFL

48.050

FFL

44.850

FFL

13th FLOOR +41,600

41.650

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

12th FLOOR +38,400

38.450

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

11th FLOOR +35,200

35.250

FFL

32.050

FFL

60.800

28.850

FFL

25.650

FFL

22.375

FFL

FFL

FFL

UNIT TYPE A

44.800

FFL

FFL

FFL

UNIT TYPE A FFL

41.600

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A FFL

38.400

FFL

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A FFL

44.850

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

FFL

35.250

FFL

FFL

FFL

67.250

FFL

44.800

FFL

FFL

FFL

64.050

FFL

FFL

FFL

60.850

19th FLOOR +60,800

57.650

25.600

FFL

64.050

20th FLOOR +64,000

UNIT TYPE B3 FFL

19th FLOOR +60,800

60.850

19th FLOOR +60,800

UNIT TYPE B3

18th FLOOR +57,600

54.450

FFL

18th FLOOR +57,600

57.650

18th FLOOR +57,600 SKY GARDEN BONSAI YOGA/ TAICHI GARDEN

UNIT TYPE B3

17th FLOOR +54,400

51.250

FFL

17th FLOOR +54,400

FFL

54.400

54.450

17th FLOOR +54,400

UNIT TYPE C

16th FLOOR +51,200

FFL

16th FLOOR +51,200

48.050

51.250

16th FLOOR +51,200

UNIT TYPE C

15th FLOOR +48,000

FFL

15th FLOOR +48,000

48.050

15th FLOOR +48,000

SKY GARDENPLAY FANTASY

44.850

FFL

14th FLOOR +44,800

UNIT TYPE C

44.775

FFL

14th FLOOR +44,800

44.850

14th FLOOR +44,800

UNIT TYPE B3

41.650

13th FLOOR +41,600

13th FLOOR +41,600

12th FLOOR +38,400

12th FLOOR +38,400

11th FLOOR +35,200

11th FLOOR +35,200

FFL

41.650

13th FLOOR +41,600

UNIT TYPE B3

38.450

FFL

38.450

12th FLOOR +38,400

SKY GARDENHOBBY GROVE UNIT TYPE B3

35.250

FFL

32.050

10th FLOOR +32,000

FFL

FFL

35.200

35.250

11th FLOOR +35,200

10th FLOOR +32,000

FFL

28.850

PROPOSED NEW ERECTION OF A 24-STOREY CONDOMINIUM WITH ROOF TERRACE, 9th FLOOR SWIMMING POOL & BASEMENT CARPARK +28,800

9th FLOOR +28,800

25.600

10th FLOOR +32,000

PROJECT TITLE

UNIT TYPE B2

28.800

FFL

21st FLOOR +67,200

UNIT TYPE C

63.975

20th FLOOR +64,000

UNIT TYPE B2

32.000

FFL

22nd FLOOR +70,400

67.250

SKY GARDEN SCLUPTURE LOUNGE

20th FLOOR +64,000

UNIT TYPE B2

35.200

CORRIDOR

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2

38.400

CORRIDOR

28.800

23rd FLOOR +73,600

70.450

UNIT TYPE C

21st FLOOR +67,200

UNIT TYPE B2

41.600

CORRIDOR

FFL

22nd FLOOR +70,400

21st FLOOR +67,200

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR

32.000

73.650

UNIT TYPE B2

48.000

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A

35.250

FFL

CORRIDOR

38.450

ROOF +76,800

FFL

UNIT TYPE PH

UNIT TYPE B2

51.200

CORRIDOR

41.650

UNIT TYPE A

38.450

FFL

35.200

FFL

FFL

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A

41.650

FFL

FFL

5,700

UNIT TYPE PH

UNIT TYPE B2

54.400

CORRIDOR

48.050

UNIT TYPE A

44.850

CORRIDOR

FFL

UNIT TYPE A

48.050

FFL

51.250

AL

9,100

UNIT TYPE B2

57.600

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A

51.250

UNIT TYPE A

48.000

FFL

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

8th FLOOR +25,600

FFL

CORRIDOR

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2

9th FLOOR +28,800

UNIT TYPE A

51.200

54.450

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

10th FLOOR +32,000

FFL

AM

8,720

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A

54.450

FFL

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

54.400

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

14th FLOOR +44,800

FFL

FFL

51.250

UNIT TYPE B2

15th FLOOR +48,000

UNIT TYPE A

FFL

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

16th FLOOR +51,200

CORRIDOR

AN

4,800

23rd FLOOR +73,600

22nd FLOOR +70,400

SKY GARDENBONSAI YOGA/ TAICHI GARDEN

17th FLOOR +54,400

AO

7,812

ROOF +76,800

23rd FLOOR +73,600

70.450

UNIT TYPE B2

64.000

CORRIDOR

57.650

AP

4,800

UNIT TYPE B2

67.200

CORRIDOR

60.850

AQ

5,816

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR

64.050

UNIT TYPE A

57.650

73.600

70.400

CORRIDOR

67.250

UNIT TYPE A

60.850

UNIT TYPE A

FFL

FFL

CORRIDOR

70.450

UNIT TYPE A

64.050

CORRIDOR

73.650

UNIT TYPE A

UNIT TYPE A

CORRIDOR

19th FLOOR +60,800

FFL

67.250

FFL

64.000

FFL

UNIT TYPE A

70.450

AR

7,200

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A

73.650

CORRIDOR FFL

6,875

SETBACK LINE

4,500

BOUNDARY LINE

4,500

SETBACK LINE

7,779

BOUNDARY LINE

SETBACK LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

AS

7,500

SETBACK LINE

C

6,000

BOUNDARY LINE

B

4,000

PROJECT TITLE

PROPOSED CONDOMINI SWIMMING P

9th FLOOR +28,800

8th FLOOR +25,600

8th FLOOR +25,600

8th FLOOR +25,600

OWNER'S SIGN

OWNER'S SIGNATURE & ADDRESS CORRIDOR

7th FLOOR +22,400

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

6th FLOOR +19,200

19.250

FFL

16.050

FFL

FFL

FFL

12.800

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

3rd FLOOR +9,600

16.000

CORRIDOR

12.850

9.650

22.375

FFL

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2

4th FLOOR +12,800

FFL

CORRIDOR

19.200

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

5th FLOOR +16,000

FFL

9.600

PARKING AREA FFL

PARKING AREA

15.900

FFL

PARKING AREA FFL

15.900

PARKING AREA

12.700

FFL

PARKING AREA FFL

LANDSCAPE DECK

CORRIDOR

LANDSCAPE DECK

22.375

CORRIDOR FFL

12.700

PARKING AREA

9.500

FFL

9.500

FFL

FFL

16.000

FFL

12.800

FFL

22.400

FFL

2nd FLOOR +6,400

6.450

FFL

6.400

PARKING AREA FFL

PARKING AREA

6.300

FFL

6.300

9.600

SIGNATURE

16.050

PARKING AREA

PARKING AREA

5th FLOOR +16,000

5th FLOOR +16,000

12.850

FFL

FFL

15.900

FFL

6.400

FFL

EAST 9 Architects and Planners Pte Ltd 4th FLOOR

PARKING AREA

PARKING AREA FFL

3rd FLOOR +9,600

3rd FLOOR +9,600

6.450

FFL

SIGNATURE 5th FLOOR +16,000

15.900

12.700

FFL

ARCHITECT :

EAST 9 Ar

PARKING AREA

12.700

FFL

4th FLOOR +12,800

12.700

OXLEY BIZHUB 2 +12,800 62 UBI ROAD 1, #08-01 , SINGAPORE 408734 TEL:63390090 FAX:63390019

PARKING AREA

PARKING AREA

9.650

MR. Bun Ches President

PARKING AREA

15.900

ARCHITECT :

4th FLOOR +12,800

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR FFL

Chroy Changva

6th FLOOR +19,200

FFL

9.500

FFL

2nd FLOOR +6,400

2nd FLOOR +6,400

FFL

6.300

FFL

OXLEY BIZHUB 62 UBI ROAD 1 TEL:63390090 F

PARKING AREA

9.500

FFL

PARKING AREA

PARKING AREA

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2

MEKON

7th FLOOR +22,400

6th FLOOR +19,200

MR. Bun Ches President

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR FFL

FFL

7th FLOOR +22,400

Chroy Changva Phnom Penh Cambodia

6th FLOOR +19,200

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR FFL

MEKONG VIEW TOWER

7th FLOOR +22,400

19.250

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR FFL

22.375

UNIT TYPE B2

19.200

3rd FLOOR +9,600

9.500

PARKING AREA

6.300

FFL

2nd FLOOR +6,400

6.300

PARKING AREA

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE B2 FFL

1st FLOOR +3,200

3.250

FFL

UNIT TYPE B2

CORRIDOR FFL

3.200

3.200

FFL

3.250

1st FLOOR +3,200

1st FLOOR +3,200

FFL

PARKING AREA

CORRIDOR

UNIT TYPE A FFL

0.050

FFL

GROUND FLOOR ±0

0.000

PARKING AREA FFL

PARKING AREA

-0.100

FFL

-0.100

CORRIDOR FFL

0.000

GROUND FLOOR ±0

GROUND FLOOR ±0

FFL

PARKING AREA

-0.100

FFL

PARKING AREA

CORRIDOR

STORE FFL

FFL

-3.200

-3.200

PARKING AREA FFL

FFL

BASEMENT -3,200

STORE

PARKING AREA

-3.300

-3.300

FFL

BASEMENT -3,200

-3.200

BASEMENT -3,200

FFL

7,500

6,000

7,779

4,500

4,500

8,349

6,000

1,500

6,000

4,025

TENURE OF LAND

FFL

FFL

GROUND FLOOR ±0

-0.100

PARKING AREA

-3.300

FFL

BASEMENT -3,200

-3.300

BETSY LAU CH SIGNATURE

BETSY LAU CHUCK KWAN SIGNATURE

4,000

-3.300

1st FLOOR +3,200

3.100

PARKING AREA

-0.100

PARKING AREA

6,875

7,200

5,816

4,800

7,812

4,800

8,720

9,100

5,700

TENURE OF LAN

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THE COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS OWNED BY EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD. NO PART OF THIS DRAWING IS TO BE COPIED WITHOUT ARCHITECT'S PERMISSION. CONTRACTORS TO VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE BEFORE PREFABRICATION.

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PROJECT NUMB

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist

text keterangan foto, oleh siapa dibuat dengan apa

Judul Gambar


UNIT TYPE S (STUDIO)

UNIT TYPE B2 (2 BEDROOMS)

UNIT TYPE A (1 BEDROOM)

UNIT TYPE B3 (2 BEDROOMS)

PENTHOUSE LOWER LEVEL

UNIT TYPE B1 (2 BEDROOMS)

UNIT TYPE C (3 BEDROOMS)

PENTHOUSE UPPER LEVEL

BEDROOM TYPES

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LEGEND: A. Weave dome B. Seating area 20th FLOOR SKY GARDEN - SCULPTURE LOUNGE PLAN

14th FLOOR SKY GARDEN - PLAY FANTASY PLAN

11th FLOOR SKY GARDEN - HOBBY GROVE PLAN

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LEGEND: A. The ridge B. Bump and sink C. The ant-hill D. Octetra

LEGEND: A. Chess lawn B. Board game corner C. Foosball Zone


Perspective is generated by 3d artist Day perspective from South side

14th FLOOR SKY GARDEN - PLAY FANTASY SECTION

11th FLOOR SKY GARDEN - HOBBY GROVE SECTION

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Front side perspective

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Photo by Betsy Lau Chuk

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


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16B LEEDON PARK typology // good class bungalow size // 2 stories, 1,140 sqm stage, status // construction, built (finished) location // 16B Leedon Park, Bukit Timah, Singapore company, supervisor // E9AP Singapore, Nadia L Mustopo, Betsy Lau Chuk role // Partial detailed plan, shopdrawing check, site visit, site meeting, coordination, details, authority, submission, attend site inspection

Located at Bukit Timah, Singapore. The owner wanted a tranquil environment and a house that acts as an escape from hustle bustle of Singapore. The house programming was intented to cater the whole family needs, therefore entertainment room, prayer room, swimming pool, two types of dining area, roof terrace, and lift was provided.

selected work — 02

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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1st STOREY PLAN

Sunken seat & finishes of swimming pool

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Finishes interphasing: timber, granite, pebble wash


Pattern on Gate (timber & steel plate)

Roof terrace design with canopy and bench G

BOUNDARY LINE G

F

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BOUNDARY LINE

SETBACK LINE

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SCALE 1:100

2nd STOREY PLAN

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ELEVATION 03

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ELEVATION 02

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ELEVATION 03

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Concept vs construction (front side)

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Photo by Nadia L Mustopo

Perspective is created by 3d artist


DETAILING WORK SAMPLES MAIN DOOR

Elevation concept vs built on site

MAIN DOOR ELEVATION

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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MAIN DOOR AXONOMET

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 ELEVAT


S2 MISC/16

S1 MISC/16

LIGHTING FEATURE AT BOUNDARY WALL

D1 MISC/15

FEATURE WALL ELEVATION 02

D2 MISC/15

FEATURE WALL ELEVATION 01

S1 MISC/16

S2 MISC/16

E2

D3 FEATURE WALL PLAN MISC/15

E1

EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD

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)

FEATURE WALL DETAIL

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 SECTION DETAIL 2 (PLAN) D2 tranclucent pvb was chosen. This glass then being overlayed with two types of metal mesh to create a pattern effect.

D2

D2

SECTION DETAIL 2 (PLAN)

SECTION DETAIL 2 (PLAN)

METAL MESH TYPE 1

METAL MESH TYPE OVERLAYING (FROM FRONT)

Two types of metal mesh

METAL MESH TYPE OVERLAYING (FROM FRONT)

D1

SECTION DETAIL 1

METAL MESH IMAGES

METAL MESH TYPE 2 METAL MESH TYPE 1

Signage detail & metal mesh - glass interphasing EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD

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)

SECTION DETAIL 1 AND 2

METAL MESH TYPE OVERLAYING (FROM FRONT)

D1

SECTION DETAIL 1

EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD

METAL MESH IMAGES

METAL MESH TYPE 2

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)

SECTION DETAIL 1 AND 2

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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. C

D

E

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LIFT LOBBY

FAMILY ROOM

FOYER

D1

WALL FEATURE STONE SETTING

EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD

Feature wall pattern EAST 9 ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PTE LTD

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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)

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)

Staircase steps - granite interphasing WALL FEATURE STONE SETTING

STAIRCASE GAP DETAIL


Concept vs construction (rear side)

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Photo by Nadia L Mustopo

Perspective is created by 3d artist


Aerial perspective of whole development for two phases

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


03

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

The Archdiocese’s objective is to optimise the church owned land for institutional purposes. It intends to build on this prime freehold site an iconic, integrated facility ti accomodate a home for retired priests to lead an active live; an archdiocesan centre for the formation of Catcholic with self -contained ancillary and complementary supporting facilities.

selected work — 03

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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Site plan

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

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)

Ventilations & Vistas

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

Green Corridors

CHAPEL

Water is symbolic of Life. Mimicking the dynamic trait of water, non-linear 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.

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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

CHAPEL

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.


RETREAT CENTRE SECTION

ATTIC STOREY PLAN

2nd STOREY PLAN

4th STOREY PLAN

3rd STOREY PLAN

1st STOREY PLAN

B1STOREY 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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Aerial Views

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

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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


Chapel Interior Retrofitting

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist


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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Perspective is generated by 3d artist

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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Front side perspective

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


04

ST JOHN’S HOME FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE typology // elderly care centre size // 5 storey; 4,620 sqm project type // Competition location // 69 Wan Tho Avenue Sngapore company, supervisor // E9AP Singapore, Jeff Imperial, Nadia L Mustopo, Betsy Lau Chuk role // Floor plan development, facade exploration, 3D model, landscape perspective, social enterprise perspective

The general architectural language is being kept linear and compositional as a base for the entire development. Functionality, flexibility, simple lines, generous spaces and a natural elegance are combined to create a space where people feel free to live and play, relax and entertain. The design provides opportunity to engage seniors who wants to play, regardless of age, capabilities, gender or social status, as active members of the neighbourhood. The holistic provision of facilities and communal spaces enable everyone with the activities programming, physical space and social support they need to pursue an active, healthy life. The variety of communal facilities allow for an engaging, optimal experience for seniors during socialisation activities.

selected work — 04

The objective of project was to create a conducive cosy home for the needy elderly to have a healthier and better life through the impactful experience of aspirational architectural design for living and activities. The design involves cultural reintegration of the senior community to the current younger society, meshing of traditional textures with the modern motifs, blending conventional forms with cutting-edge expressions. The modern touch to the facade adapts to the changing preferences and needs by the senior community. Today’s seniors have experienced modern architecture, and have adapted to the trend for years.

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Perspective is generated with sketchup and photoshop by Ridwan

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

The elders are encouraged to partake in rendering meaningful services to the community through the Social Enterprise Cafe right at the heart of the complex. The Social Enterprise Cafe can provide an alternative casual dining option for the residents and community.

Concept Planning

The residents private quarters is housed within the upper levels of the main building block. Being surrounded by low-lying structures, the five-storey accommodation tower symbolically reinstates the role of the elders as the overseers of the community. At each corner of every floor lies a communal space for all to interact and socialize. At the crest overlooking the heartlands is a personal outdoor space for the residents.

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Pedestrian Circulation

Pedestrian circulation is generally divided into private and public domain. 1st and 2nd storeys are for public access with communal, leisure, recreational, and healthcare facilities. 3rd, 4th, 5th and roof storey are for residents with restricted access for privacy. Vertical connectivity is provided by 2 sets of lifts and staircases at 2 ends of the building.


1st STOREY PLAN

2nd STOREY PLAN

Legend 1 ASSISTING MOBILITY DEVICES BAY 2 VISITOR SEATING AREA 3 PICK-UP/ DROP-OFF AREA 4 PASSENGER LIFT LOBBY 5 STORE ROOM 6 RECEPTION 7 VOLUNTEER MANAGER 8 VOLUNTEER ROOM 9 BOARD ROOM 10 STATUE OF ST. JOHN 11 OFFICE 12 MEETING ROOM 13 WHEELCHAIRS/ WALKING FRAME/ DIAPER STORE 14 BIN CENTRE 15 FACILITIES STORE 16 COLD ROOM

17 WASH AREA 18 KITCHEN 19 SERVING COUNTER 20 FREEZER & FRIDGE 21 STAFF DINING 22 LOADING/ UNLOADING 23 LINEN STORE 24 LAUNDRY AREA 25 SORTED CLOTHING 26 SERVICE LIFT LOBBY 27 DINING 28 OUTDOOR SEATING AREA 29 PHYSIOTHERAPY REHABILATION AREA 30 SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CAFE 31 DISABLED PARKING LOT 32 CARPARK 33 ACTIVITY ROOM

34 COUNSELLING ROOMS 35 COMMON LOUNGE 36 CHAPEL 37 ISOLATION ROOMS 38 CLINIC 39 DOCTOR ROOM 40 SICK BAY 41 CHILDREN PLAYGROUND 42 PUTTING GREEN 43 PET CORNER 44 BBQ 45 ZEN GARDEN 46 KOI POND 47 SEATING AREA 48 EXERCISE OUTDOORS (TAI CHI AREA) 49 EXERCISE STATION

50 CHESS PAVILION 51 MAHJONG PAVILION 52 LOUNGE 53 ROOMS W/ ATTACHED TOILETS & BATHS 54 NURSE STATION 55 CLINICAL ITEMS 56 JANITOR STORE HOUSEKEPING CLEANING STATION 57 STAFF ROOM 58 STAFF LOUNGE 59 PANTRY 60 OUTDOOR EXERCISE AREA 61 BUS PARKING

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Bedroom Unit Plan

5th STOREY PLAN

4th STOREY PLAN C1 WHEELCHAIR PARKING AREA C2 TOILET C3 SHOWER C4 SEAT C5 BALCONY C6 GLASS RAILING C7 LOUVRE SCREEN C8 GRAB BARS ALONG CORRIDOR

Rooms w/ Attached Toilet & Baths Staff & Nursing Lounges

3rd STOREY PLAN

Perspective is generated with sketchup and photoshop by Ridwan

Communal Terrace

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The pavilion’s dynamic forms at the communal open space is desinged with a twist of curves as an injection of surprise and contrast to the linear block. Social spaces are delineated through the use of soft and organic curve, designed to meet the dual needs of residents while giving expression to the beauty of harmonious architecture.


LEGEND 41 CHILDREN PLAYGROUND 42 PUTTING GREEN 43 PET CORNER 44 BBQ 45 ZEN GARDEN 46 KOI POND 47 SEATING AREA

48 EXERCISE OUTDOORS (TAI CHI AREA) 49 EXERCISE STATION 50 CHESS PAVILION 51 MAHJONG PAVILION 62 HYDROTHERAPY POOL 63 ECO FARM 64 YOGA/ TAI CHI/ QIGONG LAWN 65 M&E & SOLAR PANELS

OPEN SPACES The communal open spaces is designed with a more carefree form as a social concourse. The curvilinear elements and articulation of communal spaces signifies energy, youth and happiness. It inspires creativity and brings out the spiritual and youthful nature of the residents. There is a variety of public spaces in different scale provided to cater to the full spectrum of events from the larger planned community gathering, smaller spontaneous activities and even moments of individual quiet contemplation to be provided. Ample public seating is provided with the use of materials selected to relate to and reinforce the naturalistic setting. The facilities and programmes to be well-integrated with one another in terms of the physical design to the point of embodying creativity, thereby creating distinctive and inspiring experiences. The design focus on the idea of inversing the relationship between the indoors and outdoors.

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Site photos: existing condition

A new system of artistic creation has been adopted to embrace the aesthetic of variety, pluralism and contemporary composition with balance, harmony, and proportion. The facade design is rendered with mixture of raw tradition and new materials and expressed in a contemporary modern style.

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The facade fronting the main avenue, is embellished with modern raw concrete panels on one side and contemporary glazing on the other. The raw concrete materials exude the ethos of a charitable sheltered home. The dynamic contemporary glazing element exude vibrancy and happiness.


Side and front facade perspective

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist


Front side perspective

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Perspective is generated by 3d artist

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


05

WISMA KOSGORO typology // Office tower size, area // 21 storey, 19,249 sqm stage, status // design concept location // Jakarta, Indonesia company, team // Design Alliance Workshop, Andi Anggoro, Patriot Negri, Khairul Umam, Fadhil S role // 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.

selected work — 05

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

SITE

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FINDING THE BEST FORM CONNECTIVITY

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B2 STOREY

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MEZZANINE STOREY

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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

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Rooftop restaurant perspective

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Dock and visitor centre perspective

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CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


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SIGAPITON TOURIST-VILLAGE MASTERPLAN brief // Masterplan of tourist village with eco-tourism concept site area // 3.4 sqkm project type // Masterplan concept for Ministry of Tourism location // Toba Lake, North Sumatera, Indonesia company, team // Design Alliance Workshop, Andi Anggoro, Khairul Umam, Vinasthika Maghfirani role // site survey, macro and micro concept, masterplan design, analysis, presenting to client (Authority of Toba Lake)

Sigapiton is an existing village that located at Toba Lake area. This village is surrounded by hills and forests on the North, South and East while on the West side it is intersecting with Toba Lake. In the future, the vicinity would be transformed into world-class tourist destination which have various amenities such as resort, restaurants, golf facility, and residentials. Ministry of tourism intend to elevate this existing village and develop the condition by providing ideas for the indigenous pople who live in Sigapiton.

selected work — 06

Nowadays, there are 390 people who are mostly on their non-productive age. Their main daily livelihood are farmer, teacher, labor, trader. The aim of the project is to create a tourit activities by enhancing the existing activities as point of interest (for example: farming and fishing activity). In addition to that, since the site has a mesmerizing views of hill and lake, the goverment see this potential to be explored for the future tourist attraction.

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SITE BOUNDARY

SIGAPITON 3.4 sqkm

Site Location

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Sigapiton village site photos


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MASTERPLAN DESIGN

Phase 1 – Hello Sigapiton!

Start with 80% improvement of existing and 20% new programs with focus on access, initial branding, unique experience, and basic utilities. Quick and suitable methods in order to introduce Sigapiton to tourists as soon as possible.

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Port & Visitor Centre (West Entrance) Dining by the Lake Summit Viewpoint (East Entrance) Field Exploration Trail Trekking Trail Batu Sisiagukguk / Earth Park Dusun & Architectural Tour Homestay at Dusun

Phase 2 – Become a New Destination

Phase 3 – Complementary of International Facility and Toba Tourism

Settling the condition of new tourism destination, Sigapiton evolve and inject more activites to attract broader market. Some unique facilities are added to create a signature and distinct characteristic.

While the tourism in the vicinity evolve, Sigapiton has tied good relationships with tourism provider and accommodation facility around Toba. Facilities and activities in Sigapiton are getting more vibrant and exciting.

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Batak Heritage Activity Outbond & Low Campground Secret Sunset Spot Sunset Deck & Prewed / Photo Spot Homestay Coffee & Chocolate Centre Aquaponic

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 Public Toilet rekking Trail; F. Out-bond Area  Prayer Facility  Public Toilet Trekking ng Trail; Checkpoint F. Out-bond G. Low Area Campground & Bonfire  Local Shop  Prayer Facility ing Checkpoint G. Low Campground & Bonfire H. Horse Riding and Stable  Local Shop Trash Point H. HorseI.Riding and Stable Water Spring Point Mountain Bike Trail  Trash PointA. BTS Spring Point I. Mountain Bike Trail A. BTS Waterfall Point B. Windmill & Energy Plant fall Point B. Windmill & Energy Plant ecret Sunset Point; C. Waste Treatment & Sunset Point; C. Waste Treatment & Camp on the Hill Recycling; Manure on the Hill Recycling; Manure lide / Shortcut Shortcut Down Down Production Production

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Site plan is generated with photoshop

HILL ENTRANCE POINT

LEGEND

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

Entrance Road Drop Off Point Parking Area Boulevard Inclined Lift Station, Shop, Toilet Top View Deck Flying Fox Paragliding Facility Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

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Site plan is generated with photoshop

LAKE ENTRANCE POINT

LEGEND

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Port Visitor Centre: Hall, Gallery, Toilet Amphiteatre Landmark Sculpture Floating Public Space Sunset Deck by The Lake Jump and Splash Main Boulevard Node, Bike and Horse Parking Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

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Enhancement of existing village by creating boulevard, landscape and repaint the buildings

In order to attract tourists, the existing buildings and the main pedestrian way is meant to be improved. However to maintain the originality of the village, major changes would be done on the outdoor spaces Enhancement to existing village cluster 60


Existing village cluster photo

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Front side perspective

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Perspective is generated with sketchup

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


07

HOUSE @ KALIBATA RESIDENCE typology // Landed house size, area // 2 storey, 245 sqm stage, status // construction, on progress location // Kalibata, Jakarta, Indonesia company, team // Design Alliance Workshop, Andi Anggoro, Patriot Negri, Khairul Umam role // architecture design, interior design, site visit, construction drawings, detailing, coordinations

The project is a renovation and expansion of existing house. After client bought the house next to it, the aim for the project was how to maximize the site area to create a comfortable environment whilst fulfill the requirements from client. There are 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a swimming pool, and car porch for 5 cars. Client was intend to keep the house only to one storey in order to have a more horizontal movements.

selected work — 07

As requested by client, the expression of the building was more towards contemporary. The main challenge is how to get a harmonious design language with regard to the mixed style.

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Hustle bustle daily life in Jakarta has brought its citizen towards unpleasant routine. Role of a house is expanded to the point that bringing natural elements to a house is necessary. Given the condition of rectangular hoek site of this project, “Spill of Nature” was proposed as the strategy for the house development. It potrays a tranquil environment throughout the premise. A central courtyard was implemented to allow maximum exposure to natural sunlight and ventilation. Amount of landscape and water features softens the inner environs of the site infusing a natural and pleasant setting for the residents. The design concept which maximises natural light and ventilation was an approach towards sustainability.

EXISTING

ALTERATION & EXPANSION

Project was meant to be a renovation and expansion of existing house. Existing house was situated at hoek parcel which its facade exposed on two sides.

Part of existing were retained whilst the rest were demolished. The expansion planned to be more horozontal in order to maintain social engagement.

SPACE PLANNING

BREATHING SPACE

The massing being kept linear and compositional as a base due to 3 main functions. Common area acts as the ‘epicentre’ which promotes a dynamic interaction.

VISTAS Pool, ponds, and courtyard along the common and private space become desired vistas as an approach towards tranquil environment and visual comfort.

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Void and interlude spaces were injected by water-element and plants. Existence of outdoor spaces would become a breathing space for the family.

ITERATION & DETAILS Fenestration, shapes, and facade articulations were defined to create an image that represents a contemporary architecture form with a homey feeling.


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Front side perspective

Site progress of front facade

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Site-progress photos

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Perspective is generated with sketchup and lumion


Intervention to existing riverside

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Perspective is generated by Fadhil

CHAPTER 1:

Work Experience


08

SLUM AREA INTERVENTION (BOGOR) brief // conceptual idea to improve space quality of slum area size // 1 district (partial intervention) project type // Conceptual location // Paledang, Bogor, Indonesia company, team// Design Alliance Workshop, M Ridwan Fauzi, Fadhil Sadewo role // macro and micro concept, base analysis, presenting to client (NGO)

Bogor was one of the closest major city from Jakarta. Nowadays, there are some areas that not really well-organized by the goverment which result in organic grows of housing in the riverfront area. Kemitraan Habitat (our client) as Non Governmental Organization initiated to make changes through creative idea towards this riverfront zone. In the future, this idea would be brought to the government in order to trigger any ‘top-down’ action.

selected project — 08

The aim of the project was to create an intervention model as a typical solution for areas with similar issue in the city. The approach we did for the design was by free up the river setback and ‘re-fill’ it with enhanced correspond programs.

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ANALYSIS

ISSUES

Buildings

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EXT’G BRIDGE EXT’G BRIDGE

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MULTISTOREY RESIDENTIAL WITH PUBLIC SPACES

DESIGN STRATEGY

ADIUS OF MAIN FUNCTION

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NEW MULTI STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING Different way of living for the residents. Instead of individual landed houses, this method would save up space that could be converted into public spaces

ROOFTOP WALKWAY Horizontal connectivity was created to accomodate the previous habit of residents. By doing this, the sense of community and their walk habit would still remains and make them feel comfortable.

ROOFTOP WALKWAY Horizontal connectivity was created to accomodate the previous habit of residents. By doing this, the sense of community and their walk habit would still remains and make them feel comfortable.

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PROGRAMS

PUBLIC TERRACE

MARKETPLACE

CULINARY

COMMUNITY SPACES

AGRICULTURE

RELAXATION

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chapter 2

COMPETITION

National Competitions International Competitions

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CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL

CBD MASTERPLAN

LANDMARK TOWER

Underwater Terminal

A Welcoming CBD

The Dancing Kujang

2014 - 1st Winner

2015

120 Hours

Sinarmasland Young Architect Competition 2014

ANIMAL REMEDIATION POST

RESTAURANT @ BEACH

Intermediary Remediation Post @ Borneo

Tegalega tower competition by IAI

RESTAURANT @ HERITAGE AREA

Oti Bubane

Konteks.Toea.L

2016

2017 - 1st Winner

2017 - 1st Winner

Lafarge Holcim Sustainable Construction

Sayembara Restoran Nusantara by Propan & Ministry of Tourism

Sayembara Restoran Nusantara by Propan & Ministry of Tourism

OFFICE & CO-WORKING SPACE

INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING

The Equilibrium

Gedung Wakaf UII

Sinarmasland Young Architect Competition 2017

Sayembara Gedung Wakaf UII

Immunicity

2018 - Awarded Merit

2017

2017 - 1st Winner

MUSEUM INTERVENTION

CITY INTERVENTION

Futurearc 2018 - Biophillic Environment

POP UP SPACE

Space in Space

Creative TUBE-HUB

Playable space by Museo Marino Marini

Pop Up Ruang Kreatif by Lixil & IAI

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Illustration of future outcome of the design

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CHAPTER 2:

competition


01

immunicity

future arc 2018 proffesional category (Merit) brief // Intervention to a city in order to become biophilic size // 1 x 1 km stage, status // Conceptual location // Dukuh Atas, Jakarta, Indonesia role // team leader, macro and micro conceptual thinking, produce diagrams, design write up team // Patriot Negri, Khairul Umam Al-Banjari, Mochammad Luthfi Dzulfikar, Vinasthika Maghfirani

Jakarta is ‘sick’ today, number of problems has become part of daily life. In the near future it will not be significant but in 10, 25, 30 years from now it is highly possible getting worse, it would give more disavantage than the benefit. Nowdays, at the era of rapid development, is the critical time to start planning and stepping up.

selected work — 01

Dukuh atas as one of major area in Jakarta is a meeting point of various user, building typology, city stratum, transport mode, road hierarchy and activities. This slice of city is a good sample of how the image of developing countries in South East Asia take form, showing us the whole spectrum of built environment with its problems.

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Photos of Jakarta nowadays

Profile of Dukuh Atas and Jakarta in general What happened in jakarta in general are: Traffic level increasing, Stressful environment, Less space for nature, Increased CO2 level, Regular flood, phenomenone, Less number of public space

Three main concern as the project base concept

UNHEALHTY

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PRIVATE VEHICLE ORIENTED

UNSUSTAINED SYSTEM


FUTURE PROJECTION

BIOPHILIC PRINCIPAL AS MEDICINE

Reduced Ecological Damage Quick Return to Normalcy Improved Health of Population Happiness and Meaningful Lives Successful Coping with Scarcity Reduced Loss of Life Reduced Economic Disruption

HEALING PRODUCTIVITY ECOLOGY

UNHEALTHY CITY PRIVATE VEHICLE ORIENTED UNSUSTAINED SYSTEM

HEALTHY & LESS STRESS PUBLIC VEHICLE ORIENTED RESILIENT CITY

MAIN FOCUS

PROGRAM Productive urban farming Healing pedestrian Linkage the green network Activate green area Healing greenery Productive public space

GREEN IMPARATIVE GREENERY & ECOLOGY

Active river and reservoir Productive waste mangement Livable river and reservoir

BLUE IMPARATIVE

WATER & HIDROLOGY

Connect blue and green network People as active user Set drop-off point

RED IMPARATIVE

PEOPLE & COMMUNITY

GREEN & PUBLIC SPACE

STRATEGY small improvement of existing

change part of existing

add new / change of function

URBAN CONNECTIVITY

WATER SYSTEM

WALKING & BIKING HABIT

PROJECT’S OBJECTIVES

EFFECTIVE URBAN FLOWS

ECOLOGY RESTORATION CIRCULAR ECONOMY

BIODIVERSITY

Objectives are derivative of the main focus of projects. Interventions for the environment shall be within the scope of this 8 points.

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EXISTING CARPARK USAGE AS ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING

COMMUNAL PARKING TO ADJUST THE WALKING HABIT

At first, its only complementary for user within the radius. In the future when people get used to walk or bike and cars are no longer dominating the road, the car par lot could be converted to a unit, so the landed house can be re-converted as soil and greenery

In the future, car park shall not be used only for the private building, but also 24hrs for public (e.g resident in the vicinity). By doing this, it would help the load of parking on the street, therefore the street can be converted to pedestrian and green walkway

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ECOLOGY BRIDGE AS ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING

Connecting green while connecting pedestrian walkway as well. In order to preserve this micro ecosystem, pedestrian circulation is elevated to avoid clash and undesired interaction

ACTIVATE RIVER BODY AS ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING

Open up the river body and enhance the environment’s quality to activate the promenade. In the future, the river can be used for transportation and the promenade can be used for pedestrian walkway.

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HABITUATION

INVOLVEMENT

GRADUAL OUTCOMES

infrastructure provision

regulation adjustment

sustainable system


The physical environment of cities is major representation of a biophilic cities. relation e.g: selling, buying, trading, recycling, waste processing

However, the true extent to which a city and its residents can be said to be biophilic will depend on some other things such as: amount of time residents spend outdoors, how much they care and have knowledge about nature around them, people are actively involved in experiencing nature like gardening, biking around, bird watching, etc. Furthermore, in biophilic environment, citizens have abundant opportunities to be engaged in caring for the nature around them. Therefore, creating biophilic environment will need amount of time and strong collaboration between stakeholders.

THE ‘HEART’ TO IMPROVE URBAN METABOLISM

ertain programs are integrated into the cility such as urban farming, recycling ntre, trade market, fish pond, public aces, waste treatment, etc. Injecting ose will knit a new relations to the rrounding. Stakeholders are no longer quired to travel far to get what they need (e.g: foodstuffs for restaurant)

FACADE INTERVENTION AS ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING

In the future, goverment shall take serious action on building regulation for green provision. Building along the skywalk shall contribute green and as incentive, the reduced saleable area shall be replaced on the skywalk with corresponding function.

CLOSED GREEN LOOP

Creating closed looping vehicle system and convert the internal road to pedestrian and green walkway. In the future, the vehicle loop will become smaller and pedestrian network is increasingly widespread

GREEN SKYWALK TO ADJUST THE WALKING HABIT

Provide another platform to walk and bike and integrate it with existing bus shelter and future MRT / LRT station. Economy function will be put in as activity generator. The road system below shall be adjusted accordingly.

TOD CONNECTIVITY AS ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING

Provide better connectivity for pedestrian in order to generate an effective commute-culture. MRT / LRT station should be connected to other transportaion mode such as bus, bike, even boat (in the future)

Illustration made with sketchup & phosothop by Ridwan

TO ADJUST THE WALKING HABIT

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illustration made with sketchup and phosothop by Umam new parking tower that transformable become residential

NEW COMMUNAL PARKING LOCATIONS

Present (no parking points for public)

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Parking Points (250m radius)

Transformation of some parking points (250m radius)

Remained Parking Points to cater 1 x 1 sqkm


PARKING BECOME RESIDENTIAL

MODULES

SECTION

PARKING & RESIDENTIAL DETAILS

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ROAD BECOME GREEN & PEDESTRIAN CONNECTION

Disconnection of one side to another, walkability is not good enough at this point.

By regulation in the future, certain area size of program from nearest building is required to be replaced by greenery. Same size of the converted program shall be moved to the skywalk as activity generator (e.g: hotel -> capsule hotel, office -> coworking space, etc)

RIVER BODY BECOME ACTIVE PARK & ECO SERVED AREA

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illustration made with photoshop by Patriot

Rainwater can be treated on the building scale by using vegetated roofs, external green facades, having plants on balconies and internal greenery. Within the building, rainwater can be stored, recycled, cleaned and additionally infiltrated into the ground water.

Skywalk and enhancement of pedestrian walkway below

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before and after comparison

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Aerial perspective of whole development for two phases

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THE EQUILIBRIUM

SINARMASLAND YOUNG ARCHITECT COMPETITION -2017 (1st winner) brief // Office for tech-related companies, leasing office, co-working space, commercial size // 8 storey, 36.000 sqm stage, status // Conceptual location // Digital Hub district, BSD, Indonesia role // team leader, macro and micro concept, diagrams, floor plan, landscape design, night perspective team // 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.

selected work — 02

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 User Wellness by Biophilic Design

Healthy Lifestyle by Green Mobility

Balanced Lifestyle

Smart Building

Standardized Green building

Various Programs for Various Users

BALANCE LIFESTYLE

PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS

Seamless Work Experience

Iconic Gateway Building

BALANCE ENVIRONMENT

Work & Life Cohesion

Balanced Environment

District’s Signature Park

Giving Back to Nature

Balanced Lifestyle & Balanced Environment for Progressive Business

Workshop and prototyping area for faster trial and error process. Connected to small gallery where passerby can give immediate feedback.

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 Lifetime Learning

HOW THE BUSINESS PROGRESS

Collaboration

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Fail Fast Experiment

Formal and informal space to promote impromptu meetings that can lead to future collaboration


Perspective is generated by 3d artist

Main entrance perspective

SITE PARAMETER

GREEN & BLUE CONNECTIVITY

PERMEABILITY

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

Site Parameters Total Site Area 2Ha

BASIC PROGRAMS

Continuing Green & Blue Connection

TWIN MASSING

Introduce permeability

OUTDOOR SPACES

Open Space Program

Massing Concept 95


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Outdoor stage area-night perspective and visitor centre perspective

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Perspective is made with photoshop by Ridwan


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

PERIODICAL EVENTS

DAILY

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Elevations and sections are generated with sketchup and photoshop by Hadyan


Perspective is generated by 3d artist Interior perspective of main void area

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Perspective of whole development (from beach side)

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illustration made with sketchup, vray, and photoshop by Ridwan, Steven, Daniel

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OTI BUBANE

PROPAN RESTORAN NUSANTARA -2017 (1st winner) brief // Restaurant in priority tourism area that represents the locality of the location size // 100sqm (expandable up to 200sqm) stage, status // Conceptual location // Morotai, North Maluku, Indonesia role // team leader, macro and micro conceptual thinking, produce diagrams, perspective, design write up team // Steven Widyatmadja, Muhammad Hadyan, Daniel Caesar Pratama

Untouchable Morotai Island has a stunning nature, local culture, and interesting relic of war history. This tourist attraction which famous of its white beach and the sea activities has indigenous people who still lives in a simple way. The architecture character of this area tend to be modest and tropical.

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The approach for the design is adapting the local architectural character in a contemporary way but yet still functional. In order to achieve that, one of traditional building called “Rumah Sasadu” which is a small public hall is being transformed proportionally. The articulation of its roof and the location of where its projected to be built implies a ship (oti) that is being docked at the beach (bubane). In the end of the day, the restaurant is expected to be visited by lot of tourists.

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Photos of Traditional Building “Sasadu” and other proposed features MODIFICATION STEP

BASIC STEP

Adapting traditional building elements such as shape, colour scheme, materiality, scale and openness. Then modifying programs, shape, and details in order to optimize the building performance.

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TYPICAL LOCATION

Beach as the major potential area in Morotai is projected to be the location for restaurant

ADDITIONAL NEEDS As a respond to restaurant function, some new programs are added: hydroponic, surf board rack, feet-cleaning area

MASSING

PROGRAMS + CIRCULATION Circulation from land to the sea is created, dining area is located at perimeter and service area is at the centre

Structures and roof of “rumah sasadu” is created as the last part of basic steps

EXPANSION PLANNING

OPTIMIZATION

FINAL RESULT

Openings are created to optimize the natural light and air to come through the building. Minimizing usage of air-con and lighting

Architectural expression of “rumah sasadu” in a contemporary way. It looks like a boat docking at the beach (oti bubane)

Beach setback as restriction. Therefore, the rectangular massing is put hugging the setback line

Anticipating the expansion, 2nd floor is introduced within the space of the roof and terraces is created on two sides of 1st floor

ROOF


diagram is made with sketchup and phosothop by Ridwan

EXPLODED AXONOMETIC DIAGRAM

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2ND FLOOR

floor plan is generated by 2d cad and photoshop by Ridwan

1ST FLOOR

LEGEND: 1. Intsia Bijuga timber 2. Cocos Nucifera timber 3. Moluccan Albizia timber 4. Metroxylon Sagu roof 5. Concrete finish 6. Concrete with timber texture (formwork texture) 7. Light grey paint 8. Marston Mat (local relic of war) 9. Stainless Steel 10. Pebble wash 11. Natural Stone (from beach) 12. Homogenous Tile Slip resistant R9 13. Leather or vinyl 14. Reclaim wood (from boat)

MATERIALITY

All materials are sourced locally in order to reduce the cost of shipments

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Perspective is generated using sketchup, vray, and phosothop by Ridwan & Steven

CROSS SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

2nd storey perspective

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sections are made with sketchup and photoshop by Ridwan


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Perspective is generated using sketchup, vray, and phosothop by Ridwan & Steven


LONGITUDINAL SECTION

FRONT ELEVATION

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section and elevation are made with sketchup and photoshop by Ridwan


Front side perspective

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illustration made with sketchup and photoshop by Daniel and Hadyan

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KONTEKS.TOEA.L

PROPAN RESTORAN NUSANTARA -2017 (1st winner) brief // Restaurant in priority tourism area that represents the locality of the location size // 100sqm (expandable up to 200sqm) stage, status // Conceptual location // Kota Tua, Jakarta, Indonesia role // team leader, macro and micro conceptual thinking, section diagram team // Steven Widyatmadja, Muhammad Hadyan, Daniel Caesar Pratama

Kota tua is one of priority for tourist destination which located in Jakarta. Character of the mesmerizing heritage buildings in the vicinity has become the main attraction for tourists.

selected work — 04

However, many buildings in Kota Tua area was not built during colonialism era and not categorized as heritage building. Those buildings were built in 1980-ish and nowadays they are in bad condition. The purpose of the exercise is to re-define those irrelevant buildings in order to convert it to be more contextual with characteristic of the area.

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EXISTING CONDITION Building no.24 (1980) Not a Heritage Building

INFILL

Building no.25 (1980) Not a Heritage Building

Non-herigate building

Jasa Raharja B-Class Heritage Building

Projected to be ‘contextual building’ Heritage Building

Building no. 27 B-Class Heritage Building

Heritage Building

to Sunda Kelapa

to Fatahillah

Site is located on Kali Besar Timur street, flanked by B-class heritage building and non-heritage building. The road is functioned as informal car park

“Non-Contextual”-Building is replaced by Contextual Continuity approach. Building’s expression is adjusted to follow the existing datums.

REPETITION

PLACE-MAKING Old Building

Kembali Toea

Old Building

Repetition of mentioned-method is applied to non heritage buildings with bad condition. By doing that, continuity may have occured.

Urban intervention is required to create a new image of the area. Vehicle road is converted into Riverside Promenade as activity generator within the premise.

existing condition

URBAN INFILL

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1st storey perspective

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perspectives made with sketchup and photoshop by Daniel and Hadyan


Kitchen

FLOOR PLANS

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perspective is generated with sketchup and photoshop by Daniel and Hadyan

2nd storey perspective (dining area)

ELEVATION

Facade character is a combination of Betawi / Batavia traditional architecture roof ’s facia, Chinese lattice screen and the red colour, and colonial building’s arc. Architrave character is maintained by providing arcade and by repeating the vertical or horizonal elements from the neighbours. 115


2nd storey perspective

116 perspectives made with sketchup and photoshop by Daniel and Hadyan


LONGITUDINAL SECTION

Dining area

staircase

VIP

Colonial Arcade

Batavia Terrace

sections are made with sketchup and photoshop by Ridwan

PERSPECTIVE SECTION

Kitchen

VIP

Chinese Courtyard

Promenade (Expansion)

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Night areal perspective

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illustration made with sketchup and photoshop by Dany

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A WELCOMING CBD

SINARMASLAND YOUNG ARCHITECT COMPETITION -2014 (1st winner) brief // CBD Masterplan site area // 25,000 sqm stage, status // Conceptual location // BSD, Indonesia role // parcel division, base shape of masterplan, diagrams, landscape design, presentation team // Dany Nugroho, Patriot Negri, Aszafaika Ladidinanda, Hastito Rahmadhika

selected work — 05

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 that is 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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CONCEPT

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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

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

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Parcel’s shape follows the road boundary

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

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


A. B. C. D. E.

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

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EXPLODED AXONOMETY

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Outdoor area perspective

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illustration made with sketchup and photoshop by Dany & Hastito


LANDSCAPE

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Outdoor area perspective

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illustration made with sketchup and photoshop by Dany & Hastito


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OTHER WORKS

Final project Internship project Sketch & Photography

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HOTEL RESORT (FINAL PROJECT)

MASTERPLAN

Sire Medana Resort

XIAN YANG

2013

2014

Most favorite final project April 2014

Internship @ CPG Consultant, Singapore (Urban design studio)

SKETCHES

PHOTOGRAPHY

Compilation of sketches

Architectural photography

Building sketches, details, axonometric, conceptual design (e.g: landscape)

2014 - 2018

Hobby, traveling documentation, hired by designer to take photo

other works

2014 - 2018

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Swimming pool perspective

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Other works


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SIRE MEDANA RESORT typology // 3-star hotel resort size // 1-3 storey; 3,400 sqm stage, status // Final Project location // North Lombok, Indonesia supervisor // Firmansyah I Murad achievement // Most favorite final project of graduation exhibition (April 2014)

selected work — 01

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 PLAN

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LEGEND

Site photos

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Perspectives are generated with sketchup and photoshop

Lobby

Main outdoor event area

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GARDEN COTTAGE

RESTAURANT, BALLROOM, BAR & LOUNGE

STANDARD ROOM BUILDING

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LAKE VIEW COTTAGE

GARDEN VIEW COTTAGE 134 1 34


VILLA SUITE

Model Photo

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Aerial Perspective

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XIAN YANG MIXED USE MASTERPLAN typology // Mixed use development masterplan stage, status // Conceptual location // Xian Yang, Hubei, China company // CPG Consultants (Internship) supervisor // Lim Siah Gim, Fahry Adhitya, Hoang Tung Achievement // top 3 design nominee role // Masterplan design and drawing, landscape design, building axonometric drawing, bird eye and human eye perspective

selected work — 02

Currently, Xiangyang is accelerating the transition from the mid to late industrialization, being focus on strategic shift from the past methods to the present methods of production processes, and services . The next 5-10 years Xiangyang should build modern service area and demonstration bases, prompting Xiangyang leap into the modern service industry development stage.This project is a competition design from the China’s government. CPG submitted two design alternatives for the competition. This design is the option number 2 which has more formal form of site planning and buildings composition.

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Perspective is generated by sketchup & photoshop Neighbourhood centre perspective

Closer relations, community life ,and work from the vertical and horizontal dimensions to expand public services

CONCEPT

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LEGEND 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

SITE PLAN 140

Apartment Type 1 Apartment Type 2 Staff Quarter Senior Apartment Neighborhood Center School Design and development Cultural Square Exhibition center, Business meetings, Shopping mall Business hotel Office Headquarters, Business office Business service center Quality testing Testing and certification


Axonometric is made with sketchup and photoshop Building character

Chapel Interior Retrofitting

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Elevation & section

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Perspective is generated by sketchup & photoshop Cultural square & business square perspective

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Front side perspective

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SKETCH & PHOTOGRAPHY

selected work — 03

types // detailing sketches, landscape design, axonometric sketch, building sketch, architectural photography

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Glass wood house (Kengo Kuma)

Aerofoil louvre interphasing (16B Leedon Park)

Material termination sketch

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Sydney opera house

Bar feature wall details (16B Leedon Park)

Swimming pool edge detail (16B Leedon Park)

Corner interphasing sketch


Roof terrace design (design proposal during construction)

Landscape design (Sinarmasland competition)

Shopdrawing comments

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Photos were taken at Singapore and Bangkok 148


Toilet at Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta (hired by HBA)

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SELECTED WORKS

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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Ridwan Fauzi's Architecture Portfolio - 2018  

Selected works: Work experience, competition, & other works

Ridwan Fauzi's Architecture Portfolio - 2018  

Selected works: Work experience, competition, & other works

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