RONALDO WIGUNA ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO
RONALDO WIGUNA GREGORIUSRONALDO@GMAIL.COM
2025 DURANT AVE #202 | (925)-681-9455 BERKELEY, CA
EDUCATION Bachelor of Art in Architecture; Sustainable Design Minor University of California Berkeley | 2012 - 2014 Diablo Valley College | 2010 - 2012
WORK EXPERIENCE Architecure Intern Koji Tsutsui and Associate | 2014 • Explored conceptual design through study models. • Participated in client meeting and discussion City Planning Intern City of Concord Planning Department | 2013 • Explored design possibilities through research. • Prepared presentation documents. • Participated in consultant meeting and discussion.
Teamwork and Leadership Team Leader Calpoly Design Village Competition, Team 17 | 2012 • Coordinated design and construction for the competition. Creative Coordinator IndoDVC Club | 2011 • Designed posters, flyers, and shirts for club activities. • Coordinated outing activities for committee. Historian DVC Architecture, Construction, and Engineering Club |2011-2012 • Recorded annual events and club meetings • Coordinated “Transfer Wall” for transferring students in Architecture department.
SKILLS Proficient in: • Rhino 3D, AutoCad, SketchUp, Illustrator, InDesign, VRay, Physical Modelling, Hand Drawing Experienced in: • Photoshop, Photography, Graphic Design, Video Editing Knowledgeable in: • Vectorworks, Grasshopper Ecotect Analysis, SAP2000 LANGUAGE: • English – Fluent • Indonesian – Native
MARE ISLAND HOUSING
POTRERO HILL LIBRARY
GOOD FOOD CENTER
ARCH 100B - FUNDAMENTAL OF DESIGN II DARELL FIELDS - UC BERKELEY - SPRING 2013
Put Render Here
The idea of good food project came from diverse culture, architecture and urban fabric of San Francisco. Those aspect Long Section Short Section results in diverse program that is embeded in the project, as this project can be generalised as a multi purpose building. In addition, this project is inspired by the sustainable food movement that is on the rise at the moment. This lead us to design food related program, which includes food education and food related recreation. This project encourage us to include sustainable aspect of building performance, along with many program that is embeded inside the project.
1/4” Section Model
Facade Fully Closed
Facade Partially Opened
Facade Fully Opened
MARE ISLAND HOUSING
ARCH 100C - FUNDAMENTAL OF DESIGN III DANELLE GUTHRIE - UC BERKELEY - FALL 2013
Mare Island is a peninsula, a part of city of Vallejo, California. It has history as a naval shipyard and the island is currently under restoration for further use. This housing project is introduced as a social response for the City of Vallejo, which was struggling econimically at the moment this project was designed, as it serves as a stepping stone to reinvigorate the city by attracting new settler, in this case young professional or new families. The housing project is proposed to be an affordable housing and several passive strategies such as daylighting are introduced to support this projectâ€™s affordability.
Current Site Condition
Dividing the introduced space
Applying proposed program
Rotating proposed space along sun rotation
Creating shared open space
Section A - A
POTRERO HILL LIBRARY
ARCH 100A - FUNDAMENTAL OF DESIGN RUDABEH PAKRAVAN - UC BERKELEY - FALL 2012
11 10 5 0
This project was proposed as a replacement of current library. The purpose of the project is to explore how space is created through the process of site analysis as the starting point. Programs are organized in relation to public and semi-public state of each prgrams.
Dividing the mass
Extruding the proposed program
Applying extruded program to the mass
Extracting the extruded program from the mass
Result of extraction
Applying vertical circulation
ARCHI 130 - ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHIC I DANIEL ABBOTT - DIABLO VALLEY COLLEGE- FALL 2010
This series of drawings are a part of an introduction to architectural drawing, where every drawings must be hand-generated. The drawings is then rendered using inkwash, as a study of how shadows are generated through drawings.