/ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO SARI SARTIKA SELECTED WORKS 2012-2015
HELLO. My name is Sari Sartika, I was graduated as Bachelor of Science from Architecture Department Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Indonesia from October 2015. I always excited to learn something new especially in architecture, urban design and landscape architecture. I have easy-going nature that makes me work well with others also strong communication skills that required in order to communicate interactively with client.
â€œA good design is not only good by its visualisation, but also decided by its contribution to context and surroundings.â€?
PERSONAL INFORMATION Name Date of Birth Nationality Address Religion
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Sari Sartika Bandung, 04 November 1993 Indonesian Cijagra Elok Street 20, Bandung, Indonesia Moeslim
LANGUAGE Bahasa Indonesia: Mother Tongue English : Intermediate
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EDUCATION 2008 Thirteen Junior High School, Bandung 2011 Science Program of Five Senior High School, Bandung 2015 Bachelor of Science major in Architecture, Bandung Institute of Technology Graduated with 3.69/4.00 GPA from 145 Credit Hours
ORGANIZATION EXPERIENCE 2008 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013
TREASURER of PKSR Rancang Bangun, 5 Senior High School MEMBER of Apresiasi Musik ITB and Liga Film Mahasiswa ITB TREASURER of Apresiasi Musik ITB STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER of ITB Graduation Day April Period MEMBER of IMA-Gunadharma Arsitektur ITB HEAD OF PROGRAM DIVISION Architecture Graduation Ceremony ITB October Period MEMBER of Program Division Gaung Bandung 61 IMA-Gunadharma ITB MEMBER of Program Division Gaung Bandung 62 IMA-Gunadharma ITB HEAD OF EVENT of DIES 63 IMA-Gunadharma ITB
“The Sound for Livable City” Seminar and Workshop with Gaung Bandung IMA-G ITB
“Green building in Indonesia. What is our role?” Seminar with PT.PROPAN, Green Building Council Indonesia and INIAS
International Joint Studio with FHE Germany and UGM Yogyakarta“Lempuyangan Station Redesign and Development”
Working as Urban Designer Assistant at Urban Design AECOM Singapore for 3-month internship
1st Winner of Sinarmas Land Young Architect Competition 2015 in Commercial Category : AMBROSSIA - A New Porousity and Integrated Hub in Urban Scheme
EXPERTISE HANDS-ON MODEL-MAKING Wood, Cardboard, Clay, Foam HAND-DRAWING Architectural Style & Free Style. PHOTOGRAPHY Architecture, Landscape, Still-Life
SOFTWARE Autodesk AutoCAD
CO NT E NTS EN T S
URBAN INFILL Academic Work 2013
Academic Work 2014
BATU KARAS GATHERING RESORT Academic Work 2015
CIHAMPELAS APARTMENT Academic Work 2013
TENGAH TOW Real Project 2015
WIYATA GUNA’S PARK Competition 2014
GARDEN OF CIAWITALI Real Project 2014
SUKAATI RESIDENCE Academic Work 2014
URBAN INFILL â€œStacked filling for the emptinessâ€? Mixed Use / Music Store / House Third Year Studio / 2013 Mentor : Budi Faisal, Ir., MAUD, MLA, Ph.D. ABC Street, Bandung City, Indonesia
ABC street is one of electronic center area in Bandung City, consisting of 3-4 buildings with narrow facade. The main objective of this project is to synergize commercial function especially electronic devices such as DVD store and dwelling activities for the tenant on the upper level of building also to make a solution for a new contextual urban infill in ABC street.
Pasar Baru Trade Center
One mass standing between existing
Cutback of first storey to give a space for bycycle parking and greens
Between costumers & employee with house occupant
COMFORT COMES FIRST
DESIGN STRATEGIES RESTORING THE FACADE
Eksisting Condition of Surrounding Site
Site located at the heart of Bandung City which is near to the city square and known as electronic center area. Thereâ€™s one way road in front of the site and always been dense from 10 AM until 5 PM. Site is surrounded by narrow electronic store mostly 4-5 storeys. Most of them use billboard as their facade.
Minimize the billboard usage and makes unique facade ,but still has implicit visual with context
Further cutback for 2nd and 3rd storey to give stacked impression in order to differentiate from another existing
Even though this building is located in crowded and noisy area, the occupant has to live comfortably inside this building. So, garden & green area are designed outdoor and indoor.
Straighten on the left side of 3 storeys to bond the rythm of the stacked masses
To reflect direct sunlight partially
1st Floor Store
2nd Floor Store
1st Floor House
2nd Floor House
Sky roof is placed right beneath inner-courtyard to transfer natural lighting for the tree
Atrium is given in every even numbered floor to make the air flow through
1 WAY ROAD
Seperation of circulation is applied from the very first floor where the house tenant has their own access straight to the third floor through the right and back side of the building. The tenant will experience a stair tunnel and then welcomed by the backyard before they go into the house. Meanwhile for the store guest can access the second floor by the stair inside of building. In the third floor there’s a small dry innercourtyard floored by little stones and a potted trees to give the tenant comfort in the middle of dense area like ABC street. The tree itself has enough height to appear from fourth floor’s void. To guarantee the tree can be live, there’s a skylight right above the void to distribute enough light supply for the tree.
1st Floor House Tenant Vertical Acess
2nd Floor DVD Guests Vertical Acess
â€œA little happy house is the strongest castle in this whole universeâ€?
UPPER CLASS APARTMENT IN CIHAMPELAS â€œNatural Habitat in the Riversideâ€? Apartment / Mixed Use Third year studio / 2013 Mentor : Dr. Agus S. Ekomadyo, S.T., M.T. Cihampelas Street, Bandung City, Indonesia Cihampelas is one of biggest commercial area in Bandung. Cikapundung river which flows beside it gives additional value for this area. The purpose of this residential apartment is to accomodate upper class needs from dwelling,commerce,and sports. Natural conditioning and environment-friendly building is expected to help the sustainability of this building
Site located at one of the most dense district of Bandung City known as leisure and shopping area. Located along side Cikapundung River the site itself sit in slumber area where at least one hundred illegal houses stay. Thereâ€™s only one narrow road to access the site to the main road.
Jardin Apartment Advent Hospital
RESPOND TO THE SITE The shape of the site that sweeps makes the mass alocation to trail with the site shape.
Cihampelas Lifestyle Center
RIGHT CONVERTION METHOD STUDY (RCM) RCM PRINCIPLE
RESPOND TO THE EXISTING
Redevelopment area through private investment by retaining ownership of the site.
The building is divided into two L-shaped building to respond the existing Flats across .However, it forms two different orientated space and the building facade that face directly to the east/course of sunlight.
IMPLEMENTATION TO THIS CASE
Upper Class Apartment Middle Class Apartment as residential subs for landed house tenant
Upper Class Apartment
Middle Class Apartment price subsidy Building Maintenance
FINAL MASSING The Building orientation is arranged carefully so it absorbs sunlight effectively and let the air flows through. Nevertheless maximizing the scenery for the residents even though on the focal point area has to be an artificial scenery.
LEGEND A. Apartment B. Middle Class Housing (existing) C. Public Facillities (Restaurant & Fitness Centre) D. Mosque E. Marketing Office F. Basement Entrance
1. Parking Area 2. Main Plaza 3. Playfield 4. Kiddie Pool 5. Swimming Pool
6. Lotus Pond 7.Jogging Track 8. Garden
TYPICAL FLOOR B TYPICAL FLOOR A
TYPICAL FLOOR 3 TYPICAL FLOOR 2 GROUND FLOOR BASEMENT 1 BASEMENT 2 BASEMENT 3
CORE AND CIRCULATION
TYPICAL FLOOR FLOOR B
TYPICAL FLOOR FLOOR A
2ND & 3RD FLOOR
Core (Vertical Circulation, ME & Toilet) Corridor (Horizontal Circulation)
Emergency Stairs + Shaft
FACADE CONCEPT “LEAVES” ON THE TOP Rooftop Garden designated for replacing the initial green space that has been built over.
“BRANCH” AS MOZAIC VISUAL Each floor plan that at variance within respective floor ensuing dynamic facade.
STRONG “ROOT” FOR A BIG “TREE” Main supporting column is modified at the podium section.
“root” facade on podium
““It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home”
WIYATA GUNA’S PARK FOR THE BLIND “Reveal the Unseen” Park/Landscape Architecture PARADESC Landscape Design Competition / 2014 Team: Sari Sartika, Kanya Pranawengkapti, Adrianti Varadina Padjajaran Street, Bandung City, Indonesia
The blind that registered in Wiyata Guna social service not only received reading and writing skills, but also prepared to do normal activities like any other person. Activities such as sports,socializing,crafting and any other else. However, these activities did not well presented by the existing facilities.Thus, a park that able to facilitate those activities for the visually impaired was designed.
Site located at Pajajaran Street Bandung, it’s an old park sit in front of school for the blind. Usually the park only used for blind students sports activities but less attractive for pedestrians.
Easier for the blind to orientate
DESIGN STRATEGIES Barille/Study Park
“How to re-invent a park to be a safe, functional and attractive space that can be used by the blinds and public?”
Shallow Pond as Focal Point
Maximize sensory sensation for the blind
Bamboo Instrument Park
TRIGGER FOR ACTIVITIES
Every thematic parks has their own instrument that can be used by the user
“Living is Easy with Eyes Closed”
TOUCH Feel the texture of reflex pathway and jogging track.
FEEL The users can feel the water on the shallow pool surrounding the multipurpose pavillion.
HEAR The users can play with giant bamboo instrument to produce harmonious tones.
SMELL The users can plant flowers on the designed flower boxes and sit around the greenery
GARDEN OF CIAWITALI â€œLivable and Productive Area in the Middle of Natureâ€? Lifestyle Center/Mixed Use Real Project / 2014 Team: Sari Sartika, Daniel Caesar, Kevin Trikusumo, Sinta Isfandiary Ciawitali Street, Cimahi City, Indonesia
Based on the fact that Cimahi City is always growing in many aspect and the idea that Cimahi City will become a Cyber City,the need of multi-purpose facilities by the citizen is emerging. Garden of Ciawitali is one of the solution and driving factor for the development of Cimahi City in aspects such as mobility,functionality and living standard of its inhabitant.
In order to develop the city, Cimahi has to face several issues such as: Increasing Population by 1.55%/year 60.459 Unemployed Persons in 2013 Increasing Poverty by 20% in 2013
Site Location Residentials
The site is located between residentials area and restricted by a river on the south side. Located only 20 minutes from Cimahi Gateway and 10 minutes from Cimahi Public Park. Main access to the site quite narrow but can accomodate two-way transport. The topography itself gives an opportunity to give variable view from certain points.
Not only economic growth being the main concern of process to develop a city, but happiness of the people also needed in order to balance the dynamics of city life.
River on the backside of the site
Directly adjacent with housing
There’s been a discourse about Cimahi to be a “Cyber-City” which is to be main objection of Cimahi City development.
BRANDING + AREA IDENTITY
+ Steep slopes
Fertile soil with many vegetations
Developing city always be a suitable place to develop entrepreneurship field where demand constantly increasing which means gives many opportunity for entrepreneur.
â€œHow to make an authentic, livable and productive place in order to enhance Cimahi City?â€?
LIVABLE AND PRODUCTIVE AREA IN THE MIDDLE OF NATURE NATURE With the presence of such variant buildings, Garden of Ciawitali is expected to be a lifestyle center that can facilitate the needs of Cimahi society in order to be more productive and to achieve Cimahi as the cyber city. Also, various public functions are expected to be able to accommodate the needs of the community so later it become a public space that always alive in every moment.
Response to the site is implemented through the massing of the buildings and material choice for the buildings that not contrasted with the surroundings.
The circulation is made to be continuous so the visitors is not confused or disorientated.
The natural potential of the steepness of land and vegetation used as elements forming an imaginary space so that the space still felt open and transparent to each other. More exposure of activities from the place makes it more livable for people. All of the facillities integrated in one area and surrounding bunch of space for gathering.
LANDSCAPE AS A GUIDE
The selection of patterns, colors, and materials on landscape is designed to provide direction of circulation for visitors. One of the facillities in Garden of Ciawitali is Rental Office which is located in the south area of the site which is more private.
SYMBIOTIC MUTUALISM Ciawitali itself means bamboo in Bahasa Indonesia. In order to show the identity of the place, bamboo is largely used in the park and bamboo dome.
Placement of different buildings were arranged to provide benefits to one another, but not interfering to one another.
ZONING Bamboo Dome
Respond to the site shape
To the Basement
Pedestrian Circulation Vehicle Circulation
The Modern BlackSteel Window Bamboo Dome as Identity of Ciawitali
The Humble Brick
SUKAATI RESIDENCE FOR MIDDLE CLASS â€œPlay and Livingâ€? Residence/Housing Third Year Studio / 2014 Mentor : Dr. -Ing. Ir. Widjaja Martokusumo Sukaati Street, Bandung City, Indonesia
The rising of residential needs in Bandung city alongside with the development of commercial and working complex in South Bandung, are the reasons for the expansion of middle-class housing needs in Sukaati. In this residence, there are some housing cluster and public & commercial facililities. The main road is functioning as public media access from East Sukaati street to West Moh. Toha street.
Moh. Toha St.
t Sukaati Stree
Access to Cluster
Sukaati Street Cluster 05
Padaleu nyi Highwa y Dense Traffic
PLANNING CONCEPT CLUSTERING & HIERARCHY
Public and Social Facillities
Main Road Primary Road Secondary Road
RIVER AS BOUNDARIES
Garden and Playfield
Each cluster is connected with open space and pedestrian sidewalk.
Aside from being side boundaries, the river is acting as scenery for the exclusive cluster.
MAIN ROAD SECTION
Sukaati residenceâ€™s occupant target is new families which consists of 3-5 person. Each cluster have its own thematic garden acting as greenery and playing area. These thematic garden made in order to accomodate newly family needs and to keep thermal comfor for each district.
PRIMARY ROAD SECTION
SECONDARY ROAD SECTION
This type of house can accomodate 4 persons + one housekeeper. Inclueded one carport and have small backyard to dry up clothes.
This type of house can accomodate 4 persons + one housekeeper. Inclueded one carport and a bigger backyard than type 01, also it has bigger area of house.
Master Bedroom InnerCourtyard
SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE Section
This type of house can accomodate 6 persons + 1 housekeeper. Inclueded with one carport, one garage, and innercourtyard with pond and greens.
DETACHED HOUSE This type of house can accomodate 5 persons + 1 housekeeper. Inclueded with one carport, one garage, and opened backyard to the river.
LEMPUYANGAN TRAIN STATION REDESIGN + DEVELOPMENT â€œA New Integrated Lempuyangan Stationâ€? Transit Oriented Development Fourth Year Studio / 2014 Mentor : Dr. -Ing. Ir. Widjaja Martokusumo Lempuyangan Street, Yogyakarta City, Indonesia
Based on site analysis and urban character of Yogyakarta City, where the development is increasing and traditional inheritance is very important, makes overall design of this Lempuyangan Station became a new urban solution in order to facilitate public needs for mobilization in the city especially in Lempuyangan Area.
SITE LOCATION Site Location
Preserved / Heritage Building Rail Track
Highway Vehicle Circulation
Central Density Vehicle Direction
Residentials Commercials Institution Sports Stadium
Legend A. Main Plaza / Meeting Point B. Modern Food Park C. Traditional Food Park (joglo) D. Heritage Tower Plaza
1. Intercity-North Station 2. Commuter-South Station 3. Skybridge 4. Ibid Budget Hotel
5. Station Gallery 6. White Horse Carriage Park 7. Mall & Apartment 8. Convention Hall
MEDIA CONNECTIVITY One of this design objective is to connect northen site and southern site in order to make permeability access of city scape.
CONTEXTUAL JUXTAPOSITION The Heritage context and Yogyakarta’s development issue associated with each other to produce contextual juxtaposition concept which is synergizing modern feel with existing heritage.
ICONIC Lempuyangan Stasion as the first place welcoming the arriving visitor must give its own impression, therefore becoming the icon and identity of Yogyakarta city.
A NEW INTEGRATED LEMPUYANGAN STATION
Based on field analysis that there’s a discourse of development in north area of Lempuyangan Station to embrace modern era as called “Garden City” and historically existing in south area of the site, making this site has potential as a juxtaposed transition “phase” between the new atmosphere of modern and traditional. The aim of this concept is to synergize the urban atmosphere in the northern part of the site and the southern part of the site.
East Krasak St.
PERMEABLE ACCESS FOR BOTH PUBLIC AND PASSENGERS
GREEN AREA FOR PUBLIC ACTIVITIES New Station
MASS SEPARATION TO AVOID “BULKY” IMPRESSION Skybridge
Preserved Platform Roof
Preserved Old Station
CONNECTING THE OLD AND NEW WITH TRANSPARENT MATERIAL AND CIRCULATION South-Commuter Station
Preserved Platform Roof ad Old Station
Curving rooftops analogize the dynamic movement of modern living
Public Access Passengers Access
Circulation between public and passengers is divided by retails and vertical circulation for passengers.
Public Zone 1st Zone (Non-Ticket Passengers) 2nd Zone (Waiting Area + Retails) 3rd Zone (To the Platform)
BATU KARAS BEACH HOTEL AND GATHERING RESORT “Exclusive Gathering Place at The Top of The Cliff” Hotel Resort Final Bachelor Assignment / 2015 Mentor : Ir. Budi Rijanto, DEA Beach Street, Batu Karas, Pangandaran Reg., West Java, Indonesia Project Batu Karas Beach Resort and Gathering Resort aims to facilitate the accommodation needs of tourists both local and foreign, especially among the upper middle class. Hopefully, this project become pioneer of area development in Batu Karas, especially in tourism field. This project is located on top of a cliff coast of Batu Karas on a land area of 6.6 hectares. The character of the land gives many advantages, such as maximum view that can be obtained also give an exclusive character to the project. Exclusive character is interpreted as a fairly private area allowing guests to stay longer to enjoy the views of the Indian Ocean and the existing facilities in the resort hotel.
SITE LOCATION â€œHow to make an exclusive resort that can accomodate gathering activities and enhance local attraction? Tourist Attraction: Viewing Cliff
Tourist Attraction: Surf Beach
Axis and Building Orientation
Vehicle Access Footpath to the top cliif
Node / Gathering Point
5 1 H
8 I 9
LEGEND A. Drop Off B. Car Parking C. Motorcycle Parking D. Bus Parking E. Staff Parking F. Beach Promenade G. Main Plaza
H. Secondary Plaza I. Swimming Pool J. Family Villa’s Plaza K. Standard Villa’s Plaza L. Gathering Villa’s Plaza M. Camping Ground
1. Main Building 2. Hotel 3. Back of The House 4. Utilities 5. Gathering Pavillion 6. Restaurant
7. Wedding Altar 8. SPA 9. Camping Service 10. Attraction Stage
Back of The House
Resto + Pool
Improvised West Javaâ€™s traditional roof by pilling each other
CHOICE OF MATERIALS
Grid Openings on 2 sides of the building to let the air flow through.
Big openings to maximize the view Semi-outdoor Bathroom for every villa
Building Orientation straight to the Indian Ocean. A Raised Floor for air movement and gives a better view to the ocean.
Small gate and short fence in every villa to maintain privacy
Private Pool for every villa
Intimate Scale of Space in order to comfort the occupant.
MAIN BUILDING + HOTEL RESORT FACILLITIES 1 Lobby + Lounge + Receptionist 1 Multipurpose Hall 2 Meeting Rooms 1 Resto + 1 Al Fresco Cafe 30 Standard Room 48m2
Main Building is designed with “opened pavillion” concept in order to give welcome impression and guide the visitors toward the Gathering Plaza. Also, this openings support continuous space.
In the hotel there’s only one type of room which is standard room. All of the rooms can accomodate 4-6 persons, very suitable for family and facing straight to the ocean.
GATHERING SPA RESORT FACILLITIES
1 Main Building (Lobby, Staff, etc) 6 Single Treatment Room 3 Couple Treatment Room 1 Lotus Pond
Even though SPA is identic with privacy, in this spa the “gathering” concept still applied by the arrangement of treatment room which is arranged circular towards lotus pond.
All the rooms are seperated each other by a hardscape such as short stone wall and softscape such as plants.
HOTEL + MAIN BUILDING
BACK OF THE HOUSE
HOTEL + MAIN BUILDING
STAGE RESTAURANT GATHERING PAVILLION
GATHERING PLAZA The Gathering Plaza is the heart of the place where most of the facillities gathered. The visitor will be welcomed by Performances Stage which will present the traditional art and culture of West Java.
RESTAURANT GATHERING PAVILLION
SKYBRIDGE + VIEWING DECK
CENTER OF ORIENTATION
The Skybridge act as elevated shaded circulation and viewing deck towards the stage and ocean. The shade itself is a continuous pergola with various of vines.
The visitors can orientate easily from this plaza so they won’t be lost in the site. In the outer ring of this plaza there’s secondary plaza which is semi-private area that can guide visitors to villa clusters, spa, and camping area.
First Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
RESTAURANT + SWIMMING POOL RESORT FACILLITIES
The existing contour of the site gives an opportunity to create a different height of spaces. This happens to restauran and swimming pool. In addition to providing space experience, this height differences also gives different view for the guests.
STANDARD VILLA ACCOMODATION
2-3 Persons 1 Master Bedroom 1 Semi-Outdoor Bathrooms 1 Living Room + 2 Patios 1 Private Pool
Before entering this villa cluster, guests are greeted first by a plaza along which are provided in each cluster villa. The plaza designed to meet the needs of the guests such as a private gathering. In addition, the joint plaza can be used as a checkpoint by a villa occupants. On the outer side of the plaza there are stairs and ramp as media access for guests to access the villa and also act as a connector between villa.
FAMILY VILLA ACCOMODATION
4-5 Persons 1 Master Bedroom, + 1 Bedroom 2 Semi-Outdoor Bathrooms 1 Living Room + 2 Patios 1 Private Pool
The arrangement of accessibility to the villa is the same as the Standard Villa which is greeted with a small gate and then guided to the foyer. The living room remains a core space in the building that connects the main room, childrenâ€™s room and the back porch. The back porch was among private pool which can also be accessed from the main room and childrenâ€™s rooms. There is also a private pond in the main bathroom which is acting as the accompanist element circulation from the indoor to the outdoor bathtub bathroom.
TENGAH TOWN â€œPlanting The Seed for The Futureâ€? Township / Urban Planning UD AECOM Singapore Internship / 2015 Mentor : Seetha Raghupathy Tengah, Singapore, Singapore
Tengah is an undeveloped area in north of Jurong and west of Bukit Batok Singapore. It is a former military restricted area and it is planned by HDB (Housing Development Board) to be a new housing development. This 670 hectares development area is planned to be a new green concept of township which includes more than 40K units of residential, commercials, healthcare, institutions, etc.
LOCATION The Tengah site is located in the west quadrant of Singapore, north of the Jurong Lake District. Bounded by the PIE on the south-west edge, the KJE on the north-west edge and MRT to the southeast, Tengah is in a prime location to be connected to the rest of Singapore. Maybank Kim Eng was quoted in the Singapore Business Review in September 2013 saying “With convenient connectivity, Tengah’s ~50,000 households will significantly enhance Jurong Lake District’s catchment area”, so the development of Tengah is also anticipated to not only create a community within itself, but also improve the surrounding communities.
As Tengah is currently covered in dense vegetation, the intention is to maintain this lush setting to reinforce the regional green corridor from the Western Catchment (Tengeh, Poyan and Murai Reservoirs) to the Central Catchment areas (including Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Upper and Lower Peirce Reservoirs).
This green concept ties in with the surrounding nature destinations such as the Singapore Zoological Gardens, Jurong Bird Park and the Chinese and Japanese Gardens.
TENGAH MASTERPLAN TENGAH LAND USE PLAN
AERIAL VIEW OF TENGAH (Preliminary Design)
Tengah Tech Park South Lake Oasis Southern Plains
TENGAH DISTRICTS There are 5 residential districts in Tengah Town, each of district has its own theme based on potential existing in the site. Every district has an authentic arrangement space or building in order to maximize living quality in the district.
PLACEMAKING OF FOREST GATEWAY DISTRICT
PLACEMAKING OF NORTH HILL DISTRICT
AMBROSSIA â€œA New Porousity and Integrated Hub in Urban Schemeâ€? Commercial Development / Mixed Use 1st Winner of Sinarmas Land Young Architect Competition 2015 Team : Sari Sartika, Dena H. Fauzi, Sinta Isfandiary, Kevin Trikusumo BSD, Tangerang City, Indonesia
This mixed use development is build in order to develop commercial area which contains Trade Center dan Apartment with comprehensive approach such as site planning, landscape, and sustainable environment to create a better community in intermode district of BSD City. This would be one of the first areas to be developed and sitting in the forefront of the business district of Intermodal and side by side with the Bus Terminal, Modern Market and Park & Ride (The parking deck), which is expected to interact the dynamic commercial zone that will catalyze the development of other commercial areas.
1. Several access from primary road. 2. Inviting shape of the site towards primary road. 3. Wide shape of site’s face that extends toward green space. 4. Synergize with Modern Market and Apartments. 5. Future trasit center considering Cisauk Train Station is near.
OPPORTUNITIES Modern Market
2 3 1 4
Cisauk Train Station
1. Obstructed View by Electricity Cable Tower. 2. Potential density on the west side facing the modern market. 3. South side of the site facing public residentials 4. Noisy sound of railroads in the southern side.
“BULKY” TRADE CENTRE
“How to create the image of ITC were not massive so it has a comfortable scale for humans?”
“How to create a path and nodes in a single integrated design and synergize with other functions?”
“How to create an effective, efficient and attractive space for people to move and make ends meet?”
“How to create sustainable design of space and environment friendly?”
“POROUSITY” PLACE Providing continous movement for people and fulfilling everyone needs.
“How to make a place where path and node become one integrated and livable place”
CONNECTING EACH OTHER
1.Transit Plaza welcoming visitors from the station and guide them to another plaza. 2. Main Plaza as center of orientation. 3. Secondary Plazas which welcoming visitors at the end of the site and inter-connected with each other. 4. Continuous Plaza taking visitors to the area of taxis and motorcycle taxis.
GREEN LIVING 2
1 3 1
1. Green rooftop at the sky lobby area containing apartment facillities. 2. Green plaza that invites and welcomes visitors from all directions 3. Glass-shaded pathway specific to the area “street market”
LEGEND 1. Kiss and Ride 2. Connection Walk 3. Main Plaza 4. Taxi + Motorcycle Taxi Interchange 5. Youth Plaza 6. Loading Dock
GREEN BUFFER TO EVERY DIRECTION
RESPOND TO SURROUNDINGS
2 2 6
The placement of solar panels on the roof of the apartment to support the electricity needs for the residents of the apartment. Placement of small pond at some point in the plaza to help maintain moisture levels in the air outside the building.
Utilization of green rooftop to placing a semi-public function, such as a gym, rooms, and learning space as part of community development.
The use of low-e and low-iron glass so it can reduce 62% of heat but still able to maintain 73% of sunlight.
The use of low emission building paints and coatings.
Atrium to allow light and smooth natural airflow in the building. Secondary skin as a thermal barrier and air flow path.
Plaza area as a public space and a water retention area.
FACADE CONCEPT Fashion Retail Supermarket
“Give a new breath to trade centre typology, without forgetting the original inhabitants”
Department Store Foodcourt/cafe Electronic Retail
MASSIVE EXCLUSIVE CLOSED
Green Roof Apartment Facillities Parking TRANS PARENT EXPOSED
Acrylic Bar 2mm Secondary Skin Frame (Light Steel) Service Space Low-E Glass
Core Studio 20 m2 1 Bedroom 24 m2 2 Bedroom 40 m2
The units arranged in order to shape the facade to make some kind mozaic and stacked impression. The ratio between Studio, 1 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom is 1:2:9 because the target of this apartment is for middle class.
Corridor Circulation Air Vertical Circulation Void Outline
The corridor is modified to approach units over backwards, this led number of voids created in one corridor. The voids gives access for hot air to flow from downside up, also provides natural lighting to corridor from above.
Air Horizontal Circulation Green Terrace
Green terrace is placed one in every floor but crosses horizontally. This terrace is used for tenants facillities for gathering etc. Also, to provide natural lighting to corridor and allows wind to flow through the building.
ITC Building 1
ITC Building 1
ITC Building 1 South Gate
ITC Building 3 + Intermode Plaza
ITC Building 1
ITC Building 2
COMMUNITY LIBRARY Second Year Studio / 2012
OTHER WORKS Studio Assignments, Real Project, Competition 2012-2015 This section contains hands-on architecture works such as model making, drawings and photography.
PARALELLOGRAM HOUSE Second Year Studio / 2012
O-14 TOWER REISER+UMEMOTO Third Year Studio / 2013
ANCOL ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE Senior Final Project / 2014
LEMPUYANGAN TRAIN STATION Fourth Year Studio / 2014
BATU KARAS BEACH HOTEL AND GATHERING RESORT Bachelor Final Project / 2015
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