P O RT F O LI O ARCHITECTURE + URBAN DESIGN
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AWARD 2017 | Winning City | Banjarmasin Waterfront City | 2017 Asian Townscape Awards
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UN-Habitat Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (Fukuoka)
2017 | Fulbright Foreign Student| Fulbright Scholarship
Jl. Sungai Andai Komp. Pesona Persada Blok F/II RT 6 No 8, Banjarmasin, 70121 Indonesia
2012 | Cumlaude Predicate | Universitas Lambung Mangkurat
2012 | 2nd Best Architecture Student Architecture Department | Universitas Lambung Mangkurat
2017-2018 Master of Urban Design | Iowa State University GPA: 3.94 / 4.00 Ames, IA, US
Civil Rights and Social Action Painted house with Fulbright student team
2008-2012 Sarjana Teknik/ST (Bachelor Degree) | Architecture Universitas Lambung Mangkurat GPA: 3.70 / 4.00 Banjarmasin, Indonesia
| Habitat for Humanity | Oklahoma, US
| Father Joeâ€™s Villages | San Diego, US )
Civil Rights and Social Action Prepared and served meals to neighbors in need
2016 - now
| TED Open Translation Project
Education Translating and transcribing video in English and Bahasa Indonesia
2015 - 2017 | Halal Corner | Banjarmasin, Indonesia Civil Rights and Social Action Banjarmasin chapter coordinator and national community coordinator
EXPERIENCE[S] 2017-2018 Graduate/Research Assistant | Iowa State University Ames, IA, US Contributed in book making process: collecting and categorizing Warming Hut design competition submissions, creating maps
2012 - 2014 | Indonesia Berkebun | Banjarmasin Indonesia
Environment Banjarmasin chapter co-coordinator
| Poster Presentation
2015 - 2017 Architect | PT. Gusindo Dian Enereksa
43rd Annual Natural Hazards Workshop Jakartaâ€™s Giant Sea Wall: Resilient Infrastructure Project as Asset and Threat
Responsible in design conceptualization, field survey, quality control, and project administration
2015 Field Research Assistant | Universitas Lambung Mangkurat Urban Research in Human Settlement of Riverside Area
| Community Project in Perry, IA
Iowa State University and University of Iowa Perry Project | Proyecto Perry
| International Masterclass
KU Leuven and UN Habitat Indonesia Water Urbanism of the East
Banjarmasin, Indonesia Conducted field survey in low income neighborhood along the river (Kampung Melayu), mapped existing condition -- including land use, infrastructure and green spaces -- and interviewed local inhabitants
2015 Field Research Assistant | University of Groningen Landscape Architecture Research in History of Water Banjarmasin, Indonesia Assisted field survey in several location along Martapura river, interviewed local inhabitants, transcribed Banjar traditional language to Bahasa Indonesia and photo documentation
2014 - 2015 Entry-Level Urban Designer | PT Adiya Widyajasa Banjarmasin, Indonesia Contributed in creating design and building regulation in segregated area of Kelampayan in consideration of its historical assets, mapped existing condition and proposed its comprehensive plan.
2012 - 2014 Architect Assistant | Labo Nippon
SKILL - COMPETENCE PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AutoCAD SketchUp Vray Adobe (Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) Revit Architecture GIS
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ARTISTIC: Painting Hand drawing
OTHERS: Graphic Design Writing
Responsible in designing architecture, landscape, masterplan, urban and rehabilitation projects. Managed projects and quality control, estimated building and development costs, and managed office administration.
rrevariah.com (writings, artworks, photographs, videos)
C U R R I C U L U M
V I T A E
43RD ANNUAL NATURAL HAZARDS WORKSHOP, COLORADO POSTER PRESENTATION
FREESTYLE CORRIDOR P L AY S PA C E O N A D A P T I V E S T R E E T
Freestyle corridor recombines existing condition of youth that has been focus of Alto Peruâ€™s program and social values of people on sidewalk/street. Here, youth acts as activator and connector of three disconnected neighborhoods. Street and sidewalk--with existing condition how people use these as shared space--act as a physical and social asset to connect those neighborhoods by providing linear space for youth to play. This freestyle corridor aims to create playful linear space and reimagine street and sidewalk as more than just a generic corridor but as shared space of different kind of activities.
Project Year Scale Type Location
:Urban Design Studio :2018 :Urban :Individual :Chorrillos, Lima, Peru
| Climbing Wall, Tournament day
Alto Peru, a neighborhood located in Chorrillos, Lima, Peru, is located among three different environment; shoreline (clubs, fish market, and surfing area), Morro Solar (monument and planetarium), and formal neighborhood. As small neighborhood, these areas are accessible within walking distance. There are space attachments related to what is happening in Alto Peru. Within the neighborhood itself, there are some important places; playground on the center of neighborhood, school, Muay Thai plaza and Super Parque. These places are essential in this neighborhood and accommodate different activities for Alto Peru residents. But, the problem that is highlighted in this neighborhood is disconnection within itself. Alto Peru, even though considered small, is divided into 3 neighborhoods, which is marked by invisible line of two main streets. The challenge of this design is to connect those neighborhoods by using assets that Alto Peru already has and recombine those as new doable intervention.
| Diagram of Intervention: Youth and Street
| Diagram of Intervention: Youth and Street
| Conceptual Framework
PLUGGABLE DYNAMIC URBAN LIFESTYLE
“Pluggable” is a proposal for a mixed-use area of tiny residential, autonomous housing units and micro public amenities in Council Bluffs’s First Ave. abandoned rail corridor. Its goals are to increase the use and value of vacant land, enable access to desired landscapes,and improve neighborhood services. Pluggable is designed as a modular autonomous unit neighborhood that offers diverse experiences and atmospheres. It offers people rental lots in diverse environments lake, wood,and flowerfield where one can plug-in and live and work for a short period of time. As importantly, Pluggable is an open neighborhood that performs as accessible space with micro public service places for both house occupants and adjacentneighborhood residents.
Project Year Scale Type Location
:Urban Design Studio :2018 :Urban :Individual :Council Bluffs, IA
| Green House in flower field area
Boredom/isolation digital tech allows people to do everything at home
F l o w e r fi e l d
Low diverse neighborhood one neighborhood represents one economic demographic
Autonomous house enables occupants to experience different atmoshphere and interact with different neighbors everyday
Online book platform provides lot rental information
Autonomous House Unit
| Zoom in Section
| Autonomous Units
Tiny Unit Prototype Facade is dynamic. Options for main material: wood, glass, Mirror. Units use autonomous tech (driverless).
CENTRE DE LA FEUILLE C U LT U R E , E N V I R O N M E N T, C I R C U L AT I O N
Culture Centre de la Feuille emphasizes the neighborhoodsâ€™ cultural ties as the gathering point for communities along the mouth of the Don River. The role of the rive as great connector and great divider has provided Torontonians historically with transportation, resources, and entertainment, whether frozen or thawed. Serving as a gateway point to the West Don Lands and a short train ride to downtown, this project connects adapting neighborhoods through year-round programming. The winter transforms inti a wonderland with an outdoor ice rink for all ages, while the summer offers Torontonians a place to enjoy the skyline view while watching a concert at the Centre. Environment East on River Levee design re proposes flood resilient measures on this site. It aims at recreation and prioritizes the pedestrian and the cyclist over the expressway along the river. The proposed pedestrian bridge connects to the regional network through the West Don River Trail. South Riverside neighborhood and the West Harbor community can safely access Corktown Commons open space after the completion of this partnership effort with the City of Toronto.
Project :ULI Urban Design Competition Year :2018 Scale :Urban Type :Team (Iowa State University) Location :Toronto, Canada Involvement : Conceptualized (Masterplan) 3D modelling, Mapping
IE ADV B RO VE WA AVE N R TE EAS
S ES PR EX
10 1 Commercial Building #1 2 Sports Center 3 Apartment #1 4 Apartment #2 5 Apartment #3 6 Centre de la Feuille Ice Rink 7 Comercial BUilding #2 8 Mix-used Building 9 Reserved Parking 10 Flood Protection Landform 11 P edestrian Bridge 12 T rain Station Connector
MASTER PLAN 0
ST RE ET
| Development Phase
(OPEN SPACE FOR ENTERTAINMENT)
PROTECTION BARRIER (FLOODING ZONE)
PROPOSED CONNECTIVITY (STREET CAR)
| Site Analysis
| Bird eye view
Circulation This project site is located along a new proposed multi-modal transit hub. Once completed this transit-oriented commercial and mixed-use development will be connected to downtown Toronto with a 15-minute train ride on the extended GO Track lines. The proposed circulation plan includes a southern extension of the Broadview Avenue as a major commercial corridor with a TTC street cas and bike lane connection to offer a variety of methods for transportation. To increase the mobility of pedestrians and bikers alike, this projectâ€™s environmental and recreational proposal further connects this intertwined fabric of the city.
F L O AT I N G L A N D S C A P E C I V I C E C O L O G Y S PA C E
Social Learning: Empowering communities through civic ecology practice Accommodating civic ecology practice through urban farming, this floating landscape project is aimed to make inhabitants and other urban ecological citizenship decide to engage in social learning. Besides this positive value, supporting economically local inhabitants by giving them opportunity to manage that urban farm and sell the harvests, this floating landscape also a place for learning through social interaction either for local inhabitants or other people who want to involve in this urban farming practice. It opens learning opportunity in groups of people who hold different views and as a way in e changing knowledge within wider social units. It also drives more people to the act of greening.
| Perspective (Floating platform with garden)
Project Year Scale Type Location
:LafargeHolcim Competition Urban Design, Landscape :2017 :8,489 sq m :Individual :Kampung Melayu, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
| Elevation Reclaiming Broken Space: Sense of place associated with nature As a place where finding places for growing landscape is difficult, floating landscape project aims to improve this contextual condition of broken space with dense urban fabric where life quality is low by bringing green open space with fully consideration of its area condition. Greening riverside area and providing local inhabitants and citizens open space as a way for them getting closer to the nature; this project provides alternative strategy in growing landscape for riverside neighborhood as a way of beautification of riverside neighborhoods. This project uses local landscape elements and floating platform system which people in Banjarmasin have been familiar of.
Garden beds Polystrene concrete (floating platform)
| Sectional Plan
Biophilia and Topophilia: Integrating physical environment and living environment Bringing green space into this type of riverside neighborhood is one way to enhance the environment quality. The type of dense neighborhood gives no proper room for natural environment such as landscape or green open space. This project aims to save physical environment in order to save the living environment as the act of saving natural world. Besides bringing benefits for people who live near that civic ecology space to get healthier and happier, this floating landscape project helps restoring local plants and giving good environment for other living things, such as groups of insects. By adding set of floating landscape platforms, it also helps to break the wave from boats which pass by that worsening the quality of riverside land.
uban farming x social learning
As part of civic ecology practice, this project aims to give room for urban farming in order to provide local commodities to local inhabitants and support their economy, while also build social interaction by setting this project open to public.
Local plants Wooden pathway Local plants
K E L A M PAYA N B U I L D I N G A N D E N V I R O N E M E N T P L A N E N H A N C I N G L O C A L VA L U E S
Kelampayan, a suburban located in Martapura, Suth Borneo, has iconic element of religious site. Kelampayan has huge amoung of visitors who visit this sacred place from all over Indonesia every year. As an old area, Kelampayan also hide its traditional value in its buildings and culture. In this site, historic river which lies along Kelampayan become essential part of this area but still shows its negativity through uncontrollable settlements. Besides those three characterisitcs, Kelampayan also has productive community but undeveloped. In order to make better area and community, the proposed design focus on dividing area into three segments; traditional settlements area, promenade area (CBD), and community area (social, culture, and interaction). Historic river is designed as thematic green open space for tourism purpose by applying the local culture. This river also supports the activities of inhabitants who really engage to the river.
| Rivefront Design Mini port on Kelampayan River for local inhabitants and tourism purpose
Project Year Scale Type Location
:Urban Planning & Design :2014-2015 :Suburban (6.8 Ha) :Team (Adiya Widyajasa) :Kelampayan, Martapura Indonesia Involvement : Conceptualize (Site), 3D modelling, mapping, analyze, survey
Linear neighborhood along the street and river shapes linear movement. Surrounded by wetland area (paddy field, farms, green wild space), inhabitants depend on this type of environment as main livelihood. Promenade area in second segment of Kelampayan plays as a place for local community development. Having skill in producing traditional crafts and foods, productive inhabitants are provided spaces in this area to sell their products as a way to enhance their economic lide and generally support tourism value od this site. Linear style and family-based mass of buildings become interesting element of Kelampayan. With several additional improvemenets, such as infrastructure development, environment elements, this design intends to bring better quality of live for inhabitants in the first place.
| Rivefront Design Public green open space is designed with consideration for all possible users. Attached with some public facilities; sitting equipment, bicycle racks, playground, and mini shelters. Enriched with local wetland vegetation.
GARDEN MARKET O R G A N I C A R C H I T E C T U R E + W E T L A N D FA R M I N G
Banjarmasin as an urban are, located on wetland, make this city has difficulties in producing its own crops. By this condition, city imports vegetables and fruits outside Banjarmasin, causing high cost and low quality. This project focuses on bringing urban farming to city with local technique with some modern features added. Chosen site is ne t to rivers and part of green space in Banjarmasin. Beforehand, this site was wide garden but left by its owner. This site is also near with new development of settlements. This site has crucial benefit to establish this project with some considerations of e isting feature; wild trees. arden Market in Banjarmasin is public place which combines market facilities with urban wetland farming. Plantation system uses surja , local technique of farming on wetland as a right way to treat wetland area. By this system, tidal rivers act as initial element in irrigation system to the site. This garden market beneficially supports the local needs of better quality of food. Moreover, this project is purposed as educational and recreational space for urban people of Banjarmasin. Side benefits of this project are to educate people of how to grow their own food and provide the city the additional green space.
Project Subject Year Area Type Location
:Public Place :Universitas Lambung Mangkurat Final Studio :2012 :3,2 Ha :Individual :Banjarmasin, Indonesia
| Site Plan Garden and market buildings are integrated with natural condition of site.
| Fruit Market Plan
Irrigation system uses natural feature on site, river that is adapted from local technology of â€˜surjanâ€™ | Food Court Plan
| Vegetable Market Plan
| Building Plans Wild trees create organic form of buildings to bring new experience
Buildings and garden are basically considering sunlight to adjust those elements based on heat and temperature. Wild trees performs as shading element.
Organic material are applied on building facades and construction system D M E
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V eget able Buildi ng Ma rket
Plan Fruit Buildi ng Ma rket Foo d Court
Vegetable Market Screen Ho use Fruit Market Mo Court sque Food Ad mini tration Of f ice Green House s Mosque Rec ycle Area Administration Office V eget able Plantation Recycle Area Fruit Plantation P lantation Vegetable AreaArea OuPlantation tdoor Area Food Court Fruit Outdoor De ckFood Court Deck Visi tor ar P king Area Parking Lots Visi tor ar Parking Lots P king Area Servi ce Area Service Area
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| Site Plan