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p o r t f o l i o shania maharani undergraduate architectural selected works


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shania maharani

Hello, My name is Shania Maharani. I am currently a third year student of Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in Architecture Major. The following is my selected studio projects that reflects my passion and design in architecture and interior for the past 1,5 year. I defined myself as a passionate learner, a hardworker and a sharp observer. I love to solve a problem through design and enjoy the thrill of learning something new along the way. I learned to keep my patient and ambitious behaviour in every kind of activity and work. I love to meet new people and gaining new experience. Therefore, i would like to improve my design thinking and skills through your firm! Thank you


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awards.

Jakarta, 29th March 1998

International Folkfore Dance Festival, Turkey

Jl. Tirtayasa III no.9, Kebayoran Baru,

best performance & participant

Jakarta Selatan, 12160

PKM Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa - KEMENRISTEKDIKTI

+62 812 1362 6664

Research about Modern Bamboo Joint Application for

vanya.maharani@yahoo.com

Community Center in Pasanggrahan Village.

organizational experiences. education.

language skills.

Football Association (PS ITB)

2004-2010 2010-2013 2013-2016 2016-present

indonesian

mother tongue

english

intermediate

APRES ITB

SD Al-Azhar Kemang Syifa Budi SMP Labschool Kebayoran SMA Labschool Kebayoran Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Policy Development, Institute of Technology Bandung. Undergraduate, ITB (100 SKS; GPA 3,51 / 4.00)

software skills. Autodesk Autocad

windows mac os

Autodesk Revit Adobe Photoshop Adobe Indesign Microsoft Office Rhinoceros

personal skills. concepting adaptation social awareness

interest

architecture

sketch graphic design model making laser cutter carpentry

operating system.

Sketchup Pro

teamwork analytical thinking commitment decision making

hands-on.

graphic design

member

Dancin-G IMA- G Leader

Ikatan Mahasiswa Arsitektur - Gunadharma Staff divisi Minat & Bakat

experiences. 2015

SKYRUN 2015 PROJECT SECRETARIAL

SKYAVENUE 2015, TENNIS INDOOR SENAYAN

relevant courses.

CREATIVE DIVISION

design studio (2nd-6th semester) building fabrication environmental design basic structures building physics

CHOREOGRAPHER & CREATIVE DIVISION

SKYLITE MUSICAL THEARER 2015, BALAI SARBINI 2016

Beasiswa PPA ITB - 2018

WISJUL GRADUATION DAY 2016 LIAISON OFFICER

WISOKTO GRADUATION DAY 2016 LIAISON OFFICER

PS ITB 2016

scholarship.

MANAGER

2017

GAUNG BANDUNG 2017 PUBLICATION & MEDIA RELATIONS

research publication.

HOMECOMIN-G ITB 2017

Design Thinking & Experience Wise: The

ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITON, EPILOGUE 2017

Analogy and Client-Based Design of Tom

interior design

manager

HEAD OF CREATIVE, CHOREOGRAPHER PUBLICATION & MEDIA RELATIONS

Wright as an Architect. Jakarta,Indonesia.

DIES 66 ARSITEKTUR ITB

Shania Maharani.

PUBLICATION & MEDIA RELATIONS

Handbook PKM - Modern Bamboo Joint

STUDENTS ASSOCIATION IMA-G IN-HOUSE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

LOOKATS PROJECT 2017, TRANS LUXURY HOTEL OPERATION DIVISION

ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITON, EPILOGUE 2017 PUBLICATION & MEDIA RELATIONS

dance

travelling


experiences. 2018

certificates.

GAUNG BANDUNG 2018 PUBLICATION & MEDIA RELATIONS

STUDENTS X CEO BANDUNG PUBLICATION DIVISION

STUDENT CREATIVITY PROGRAM - KEMENRISTEKDIKTI RESEARCH PROGRAM COMPETITION

INDONESIA MENGAJAR CAMPAIGN & CREATIVE COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP (MAY-AUG 2018)

BAMBOO FOR LOMBOK ARCHITECTURAL VOLUNTEER IN LOMBOK BUILDING TEMPORARY HOUSING (HUNTARA - RUMAH HUNIAN SEMENTARA) USING BAMBOO AS LOCAL MATERIALS

TED X ITB DESIGN & CREATIVE TEAM

SADARISEDARI SBSS DESIGN TEAM

KOREAN ARCHITECTURE ACCREDITATION BOARD COMMITEE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE ITB

MITRA 10 TROPICAL HOUSE DESIGN COMPETITION COMPETITION SUBMISSION

ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION VISIT SCHOOL BAMBOO LAB - 11 DAYS INTENSE WORKSHOP HELD BY THE AA SCHOOL BASED IN LONDON

JAPAN URBAN PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN COMPETITION 2018, SHIBUYA COMPETITION SUBMISSION

ZERO-CARBON ADVANCED BUILDING EXCHANGE PROGRAM JST SCIENCE TRAINING PROGRAM IN COLLABORATION WITH KITAKYUSHU UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

2019

FACADE ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 2019 CURATOR TEAM BEST WORKS OF STUDIO PERANCANGAN ARSITEKTUR III SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT ITB

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school of agriculture

6th semester studio project

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5th semester studio project

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sp/it house

Mitra10 tropical house competition submission

sub-district governmental office 5th semester studio project

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spasial community space

bamboo housing AA Visit School Project

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park(inc).

Shibuya’s public space competition submission

model-making & other projects architectural works

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other works

unarchitectural work


DESIGN BACKGROUND

This case was given to respond the issue of agricultural development in the peri-urban area. The chosen lo-

cation in Eco-Pesantren area in West Bandung Regency is a consideration that this area is also built with educational motives through an environmental approach, and there have been architectural interventions that form the built environment there. Through the design tasks carried out, the design has to act as a place where student began to learn to build responsibility as an intellectual group that is ready to contribute in the advancing society, as it is also expected to improve the technical aspects of the building.

This School Of Agriculture was initiated with a concern to provide knowledge for young people in the village

to be able to become prosperous farmers. The enthusiasm is based on the issue of food security, focusing more on the technology of hydrophonic, where most agricultural land is lost due to other functions. In addition, by providing good farming knowledge, the younger people will choose to live in the village with prosperity, so that they do not have to go to the city to continue their survival.

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School of Agriculture Vocational School Third Year Studio / 2019 Mentor: Ir. Erika Y. Astuti S.T, M.T Eco-Pesantren, West Bandung, Indonesia


PROBLEM STATEMENT

CONTOURED SITE

PRESERVING NATURAL FEATURES

ACCESSIBILITY

CIRCULATION AND INTERACTION

EFFECTIVE PARKING

BIRD EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE

AG R I C U LTU R E CONTEXT

BUILDING PERIMETER • LOCATION

: JL.ECOPESANTREN

• BUILDING PERIMETER: 2,399 m2

DESIGN CONCEPT

• MAX. BUILDING AREA :: 2500 m2

The area of the site extends from east to west so that the building is designed to extend to the side according

• MAX KDB

: 30% = 1101,6 m2

to the actual site. There are 3 building masses consisting of mass A, which is a building that functions as administrator,

• MAX KLB

: 2.8 (max 3 floors)

mass B which functions as a building for general learning, while mass C functions as a supporting space. The building

• MAX KDH

: 70% = 2570,4 m2

is designed by the axis on the site so that the users can experience the exploration of space and mass of the building.

• GSB

: 6 meters and 2 meters

Each building consists of 3 floors that is connected by the elevated decks on the 1st floor.

Due to the high rainfall, the building accomodates a flat roof that is combined with a slooping roof which also

serves to drain water. For the aesthetic side, The facade of the building were using a hanging pots that were finely

SITEPLAN

made with a customized light steel structures. The hanging pot and vines is designed in such a way as the illusion of waves so that the building does not seem monotonous by the elevation. In addition, as to explore more local materials, the building are also using a facades with timber-mummification technology in the form of secondary skin. Lastly, to maximize natural lighting, an openings were proportionally installed in the entire building, except for the west and east elevation where openings are minimized to prevent direct sunlight.

EAST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION


DESIGN GOALS 1.

Designing a building with the approach of the surrounding environment, hoping that the image of the

building can be used as an example for other SMK buildings. 2.

Designing the circulation system of Agricultural Vocational Schools which takes into the circulation of

vehicles and pedestrians that are effective for all teaching and learning activities with connecting lines in the form of corridors, where the corridor can be used as a space for discussion or communal space 3.

Designing a building with the function of a study room in accordance with the standards, comfort and

also integrated with design elements that influenced by the site 4.

Realizing the unity of character and improving the quality of the environment within the Eco-Pesant-

ren site by utilizing land space including its mass configuration and placement. 5.

Forming an effective, formal, and concrete vocational school so that the user are comfortable to do

their activities both for the Education and non-Education works

EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE

DETAILS & MATERIAL CONCEPT

DESIGN BRIEF 1.

Designing vocational school with the same facilities generally as other public school, but with an addi-

tional facilities in the form of laboratories and workshops which accomodates the user to learn more agriculture. 2.

Responding to a contoured site by designing a School of Agriculture which directs the course of develop-

ment into a comprehensive area, which accomodates the aesthetic aspects and technical factors of the building. 3.

Estimating the growth of facility needs for the School of Agriculture in the future.

4.

Designing a space to emphasize the ability of students to work in a Bandung’s tropical climate.

5.

Optimizing the space that suits the needs of this School of Agriculture.

5.

Focusing more on the structure and construction aspects, utilizing the existing regulation to design the

HYDROPONIC PLANT LAND-USE

CUSTOMIZED LIGHTWEIGHT STEEL STRUCTUCES

TIMBER MUMMIFICATION SECONDARY SKIN

WOOD-LAMINATED PLAFOND

RAMP FOR DIFABLE STD. 1/12

LIGHTWEIGHT STEEL ROOF STRUCTURE

STEEL GRATING RAILING

School of Agriculture based on the standards.

ELEVATED WOOD PARQUET DECK

NORTH ELEVATION


EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

VOLUMETRIC STUDY

mass c

1

At first, the mass was divided into two masses to minimize the circulation

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Mass C - the supporting building, the mass is expanded so that the form

after observing the site

of building adjusted to the the cut and fill tread

mass b mass a

Mass A and mass B are connected through an elevated deck concept

3 mass c

of movement between each building, but some changes are occurred

mass b

that combines the ground floor of both buildings

Furthermore, mass B is carried out addiction and subtraction in several

mass a

parts of the building in order to make the circulation that extends back-

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mass b

ward, which adjusted by the axis on the site, so that building users can feel certain spatial experiences

When the massing’s configuration is done, then the next step is to de-

mass a

mass a & mass b administartion & general learning

signing a site in such a way as to the circulation of pedestrian and cars.

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The site must also utilizes a agricultural and hydroponic land for learning and experimenting purposes

mass c - supporting

SOUTH ELEVATION


BUILDING PLAN

LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 3 FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN

BUILDING SECTION


PERSPECTIVE

ENTRANCE

BIRD-EYE PERSPECTIVE

A S S E M B LY P O I N T

CORRIDORS

M U LT I - P U R P O S E R O O M

ACCESS RAMP FOR DIFABLE


PERSPECTIVE

CORRIDORS

INDOOR PLANT & VOIDS

AXIS VIEW

RAMP FOR VISITORS

CONNECTING-DECK

CAR PARKING AREA


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

VISITOR’S ROOM

LIBRARY ROOM

ADMINISTRATION’S ROOM

HYDROPONIC LABORATORIUM

HEADMASTER’S ROOM

TEACHER’S ROOM

CLASSROOM

HEAF OF ACADEMIC FIELD’S ROOM


DESIGN BACKGROUND

The limited land that’s currently available in major cities such as Indonesia can causes higher land pric-

es. Most modern families now are only able to hands-on a small land area due to the expanding population and densification problem. Then, how can modern family have a comfortable house in such a tropical climate like Indonesia? This split open-space house is proposed to respond our tropical climate. The vast limitations of space tricked with built-in furniture equipped inside of the house. Structuring the outer space and good inner space that can produce optimal land use. The efficiency of energy use in every home is maximizes as we use the sunlight for natural lighting during the day. The house is also designed to use natural resources to reduce the use of artificial air conditioner. With the use of cross ventilation, we use a affordable tool such as roller’s blind to ward off incoming sunlight but still allows the flow of air into the room. This 90m2 house is also designed with a vertical garden so that the air would flow naturally from outside the house.

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Tropical House Competition Submission / 2018 Kampus V Street, Kiaracondong, Bandung, Indonesia


SITE CONTEXT

VOLUMETRIC STUDY

• LOCATION

: JL.KAMPUS V, KIARACONDONG, BANDUNG

• BUILDING PERIMETER

: 90 m2

• GSB

:0

1 DESIGN CONCEPT SP / IT HOUSE - is a 90m2 contemporary tropical residence located on Jalan Kampus V, Kiaracondong District, Bandung. This design offers a variety spatial experience as a result of split level organizations to optimize limited space and respond

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3

Massing starts from an ordi-

Then, the mass of the building

The mass of the house is then

nary house building with an

is subtracted in the middle to

made of a split level to create a

area of 90 m2 with a yard in

create a air-flow ventilation in

maximum cross ventilation so

front of and behind the house.

between the house masses.

that the wind can easily access to the center of the house.

to tropical climates. Wind direction is a key factor in this tropical house. Therefore, the north-south orientation of the building needs to be handled properly, such as adding a vertical garden as a natural ventilation to reduce solar heat on the north side. The living area is primarily built to maintain the view-connectivity and natural air-circulation between all levels of the floor. The front living area of the house functioning as a focal point where the space is integrated with the kitchen and dining area at the next level. The placement of the master bedroom upstairs is intended to achieve privacy as well as a visual protection from outside. Both masses are surrounded by corridor-like-sidecourt which uses grating materials to maximize the air circulation that enters the building while adding aesthetics and transparency between spaces. In addition, tropical housing with this contemporary concept utilizes sustainable materials and local materials, especially on the equipped exterior- such as the use of exposed brickwork. It also contains a built-in interiors with wood parquet floors that are easily obtained and applied. This design is designed in such a way to each element, both material, form, and color, and the room function is optimized to support the harmonious organization between indoor and outdoor space in the midst of dense settlements and rapid development in Indonesia..

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Green roof is added in order to

To respond the high rainfall that oc-

Lastly, the mass is integrated

maximizes the vegetation on

curs in Indonesia, we added a sloping

with the landspace on the site

the house as there is only a very few and limited space for the yard

roof that also acts as a preventation from water coming into the house. we also substracts some of the roof

to create this tropical residential home

parts to make use of the trees both for the aesthetic and air ciruclation

BUILDING PLAN

aspects

SECTION CUT

1ST FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

ROOFTOP

TRANSVERSE SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION


PERSPECTIVE OF LONGITUDINAL SECTION

To response the context of the site as Bandung’s climate, a tool such as roller blinds are used to anticipate the rain water so that it does not enter the building. The roller blind is chosen as an adaptive solution In order to carried out the air-flow and sun light accesing the house through the right and left sides of the house WALL-OPENINGS FOR VENTILATION

ROLLER BLIND

KERAWANG

‘Kerawang’ and custom wall-openings are both used for the general purpose of ventilation. This ventilation in the house is to provide healthy air for breathing by both diluting the pollutants originating in the building and removing the pollutants from it

SLOPED ROOF

Sloping roofs are a common feature for residential properties, this roof is designed to reponse the tropical climate context as it do not let water or other dirt accumulate by allowing them to simply slide off. The roof is also fertilized in a way where the trees planted on the green rootop can grow naturally without thinking about the highest pitch of the roof. Material that’s used in this house is a metal sheet with concrete finishing as it is light, affordable and easy to construct.

On this rooftop, the level are completely covered with vegetation and a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. it is used to create a yard that can be used for joint activities on this minim site’s area restrictions, This green-roofing also serves as a drainage and irrigation systems for the rain water. GREEN ROOFTOP - DRAINAGE AREA

STEEL GRATING Steel gratings are used as floor plates for the corridors to maximize the air circulation and unlimited visual connectivity between each levels.

SPLIT LEVEL A split level home is a style of house in which the floor levels are staggered. The mass of the building is created into a split level to maximize the cross ventilation that entered into the building. This would naturally cause the low-temperature in the house. In addition, due to unlimited visual access between each level, this concepts can cause a higher intensity of joint activities for the families

VERTICAL GARDEN Vertical gardening is an innovative, effortless, and highly productive growing system that uses bottom-up and top-down supports for a wide variety of plants that often helps to improve the efficiency of the building through better internal temperature management


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

I N T E R I O R P E R S P E C T I V E O F FA M I LY R O O M

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF BATHROOM

I N T E R I O R P E R S P E C T I V E O F FA M I LY R O O M

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF MASTER BEDROOM

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF DINING ROOM

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE ROOFTOP GARDEN

I N T E R I O R P E R S P E C T I V E O F FA M I LY R O O M

I N T E R I O R P E R S P E C T I V E O F FA M I LY R O O M


DESIGN BACKGROUND

This Sub-District office is located in the corner of Hegarmanah Street, Bandung. This governmental office is

used as a public service center and surrounded by 2 level buildings. The startegic location of site is one of the consideration to built the office with a more powerful and formal character. The image of public buildings can be explored through architectural design as a public building can be a multi-interpretation too. With an organizational systems according to the needs of the space, this office have to implented a flexible access for disabled visitors.

Considering the comfort and safety factor, this building designed with such a spatial exploration and existing

regulation to serves the right standards. The optimization of lighting and natural ventilation are designed to improve the concept of Eco-Office where we can reduce the energy that is used. This Sub-District office hopes to couples the rigorous strategy, delivering successful spaces that delight as much as they are environment friendly

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Office Second Year Studio / 2018 Mentor: Dr. Ir. Moch. Prasetiyo Effendi Yasin M.Arch Hegarmanah Street, Bandung, Indonesia

PERSPEKTIF EKSTERIOR


PROBLEM STATEMENT

B U I LT O N HOOKED SITE

ACCESSIBLE FOR DISABLED

ECO-OFFICE

MODEST AND FORMAL LAYOUT

EFFECTIVE CIRCULATION

BUILDING PERIMETER • LOCATION

: JL.CIDADAP NO.14

• BUILDING PERIMETER

: 1320 m2

• MAX. BUILDING AREA

: 828 m2

• MAX KDB

: 40%

• MAX KLB

: 1.6 (max floors)

• MAX KDH

: 60%

• GSB

: 3 meters

DESIGN BRIEF & CONCEPTS This Sub-district office is designed to give a spacious a serenity feel for the user in an urban setting. The site extends from east to west. Therefore, the building is designed to extend to the side according to the site. The mass of the build-

SITEPLAN

ing consists of 2 floors subtracted in the middle of the building which functioned as a green area with voids on the second floor, so visitors who will go to rsg will get sufficient air circulation and natural air. Bandung has a high rainfall, so the roof is adapted into 2 forms of roofs with different axis directions. The sloping roof which leads to the west and east is then overlapped by the roof in the middle with the north and south. The high roof is designed to provide a formal impression that is integrated with the building facade using secondary wood material that adapts the batik pattern from Bandung so it shows the impression of the local culture itself. The repeated pattern of this wooden panel makes a bold statement of local design touch that stands up amongst the remaining modern interior. While the windows of the entire building are designed to maximize natural lighting, except for the openings of the west and east which are minimized to prevent direct sunlight from the west.

GROUNDPLAN

NORTH ELEVATION


VOLUMETRIC STUDY

1

2

BUILDING PLAN

BIRD-EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE

2 storey building

substraction

LEVEL 1 FLOORPLAN

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4

adding a sloping roof

forming another sloped roof with different orientation

LEVEL 2 FLOORPLAN

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final mass configuration

BUILDING SECTION CUT

TRANSVERSE SECTION

WEST ELEVATION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

SECONDARY SKIN SECTION

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF FRONT OFFICE

the off ice benef its f rom a diverse range of design functionalities throughout the workspace. Calm-coloured interior f inishes, such as wood-panel partition, well-made f ront desk that accentuated with the settle colours f rom the wall panels, which also serve as acoustic panels and floor thematic colour. All off ice and meeting rooms are located in the building core, so the open workspace can enjoy natural daylight and scenery.

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF MANAGEMENT OFFICE

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF CLASSROOM

SOUTH ELEVATION


DESIGN BACKGROUND

This project was initiated to design a 25m2 core house and 75m2 extended house made out of a bamboo

materials for an earthquake resilient housing in Lombok Island, Indonesia. This project includes a developing methods and technologies for earthquake-resistant housing using locally available materials, improving the knowledge and skills of construction workers, disseminating information to residents to encourage them to construct earthquake-resistant housing.

The main consideration fot the core house and extended house is how we can adress the local materials

such as bamboo into one structural house. This design would have to accomadates some criterias such as compatible for tropical climate., the sustanaibilty and durability of the house. and to prevent from the flood that often happened in Lombok. Preconceptions of this sustainable material is redefine to construct a affordable housing, that can improve the local conditions. By doing the programmatic design, we implied the life cycle of the residents and hopes that this commercial and residential housing can expanded over years.

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Earthquake Resilient Housing Architectural Association Visit School: Bamboo Lab Mentor: John Naylor, Dr. Ing. Andry W. Mendana Village, Tanjung District, Lombok, Indonesia


S I T E A N A LY S I S

LIFE CYCLE

DESIGN CONCEPT

textile store display + residential 25 sqm

2 adults 2 children

textile store display + level 1 workshop + residential

northern winds

main circulation

southern winds

main access

45 sqm

2 adults 2 children

DESIGN AS SOLUTION

DESIGN AS RECOVERY

● address how we can build earthquake

● improving living conditions

resilient housing using bamboo.

● source of income

● experimental strategies & joinage systems

● consideration of affordability,

● heritage/culture

practicality, culture/heritage of site

● Affordability

● narrow site and dense neighbour-

● practicality and economic stability

hood surroundings

TENUN-TEXTILES CONCEPT ● preserve heritage & culture ● crucial for milestone e.g. ● marriage, funerals, dowries, etc. ● improve economy, management & networks ● beneficial for recovery

residential expansion (ground floor - lvl 1)

PROBLEM STATEMENTS

2 elderly 60 sqm

270,000 people in urgent need of

residential + commercial expansion (ground floor + lvl 1)

shelter assistance

75 sqm

EXTENDED HOUSE

PLOT OF FOCUS

● Commercial + residential expansion over the years

● proximity to the main road

● economic stability increases, living spaces expand

● 100m from one of the popular hotels and meeting halls

● more flexible living arrangements

Of lombok (medana bay marina)

● programs informed by life cycle of residents

● one of the ways to access the famous three gili

2 elderly 2 adults

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL

hundreds of aftershocks increasing the damage to infrastrucutre and hampering humanitarian operations.

Extensive damage to roads, telecommunications, homes and schools.

SOUTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION


PROGRAMMING

BUILDING PLAN

COMMERCIAL

BED

LIVING

SERVICES

BUILDING SECTION CUT

L O N GSIO TUT DH I NEALLE S VE AC T ITOI O NN

TRANVERSE SECTION

SOUTH ELEVATION


DETAIL & MATERIALS

CORRUGATED BITUMEN SHEET (PAINTED WHITE)

WOVEN BAMBOO BETWEEN THE TRELLIS LATTICE

STEEL PLATE BAMBOO JOINT

WOVEN BAMBOO PANEL

ROOF BRACING CONNECTING BETWEEN ROOF RAFTER AND TRELLIS WALL

BAMBOO RAILING

PAD FOOTING & CONCRETE COLUMN

BAMBOO STAIRCASE

SOUTH ELEVATION

T-JOINT AND CROSS JOINT

BAMBOO FLOOR JOIST AND BEAM


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

EXPLODED AXONOMETRY

WALL MATERIALS

FIRST FLOOR LIVING ROOM

2ND FLOOR ROOM VIEW

SECOND FLOOR WORKSHOP


DESIGN BACKGROUND

This project’s focus on designing a community center of an urban land with an approach to the exploration of

space / form composition. Every community is made up of unique individuals, situations, desires, hopes, and more This community center would have to provides spaces for people with similar interest but often vary from different social, religious and political backgrounds in Bandung. It can truly be a place created for the equal and unbiased participation for everyone in the community cause. Therefore it should be a structural spaces that accomodates all of the participants and their needs & desires. Through programmatic design, this project that occurs in urban context must be able to refer and use the city design rules related to the building site.

For the case of the project, the function of this gallery and work space for urban communities is related to the

activities of life in the Asia-Africa Park area in Bandung. In addition to have witnessed the history of the Asian-African Conference in the past, this region is now growing as one of the hang-out places in the communities of Bandung through various events. In addition, the perceive aspects of locality in the site both in a morphological aspects and

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Creative Hub Third Year Studio / 2018 Mentor: Dr. Ir. Moch. Prasetiyo Effendi Yasin M.Arch Asia-Afrika Street, Bandung, Indonesia

atmosphere are one of the many consideration that can engaged the user’s spatial exploration within this community center


PROBLEM STATEMENT

FLAT TOPOGRAPHY

HISTORICAL ZONE

ART ENTHUSIAST AND COMMUNITIES

EFFECTIVE CIRCULATION

DESIGN BRIEF 1.

The absence of public community facilities as public spaces that are related to socio-cultural aspects, which ac-

commodate various communities in Bandung as a place to channel their ideas into a more expressive container 2.

There is no integrated one-place facility and provides facilities and infrastructure to accommodate developing

community activities in Bandung in developing artistic and hobby talents 3.

A Historical zone area with GSB 0

4.

Functional requirements of the buildings that include comfort, safety, and easy activities in the building.

BIRD EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE BUILDING PERIMETER

DESIGN CONCEPT

• LOCATION

: JL. ABC

A space to connect with people and refresh their minds in the middle of their daily routines.

• LAND AREA

: 2,056 m2

Making community galleries and workshops as public buildings that respond to sites and issues contained in existing

• MAX. BUILDING AREA

: 1,439.2 m2

cultural heritage areas, that utilized by local communities as a place to interact, educate, and as a place to rest from

• MAX KDB

: 70%

the routine of their daily life.

• MAX KLB

: 2.8 (max 4 floors)

1.

Recreation -> provides facilities, infrastructure and activities that refresh the body and mind

• MAX KDH

: 20%

2.

Educative -> a forum for the community to carry out activities that are expected to be able to direct young

• GSB

:0

people through activities and education related 3.

Interactive -> community center that has an atmosphere that can connecting people to get to know each

other and make friends with each other.

SITEPLAN

WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION


BUILDING SECTION CUT

TRANSVERSE SECTION

PERSPECTIVE FROM CIKAPUNDUNG STREET VOLUMETRIC STUDY

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2

3

The massing of this building starts with a

Due to its zoning, the building divided into

Then, on the first level, the masses were

4th storey building

2 masses according to the axis, each build-

connected from one to another to give a

ing were being substract and expanded to

bigger space for the ‘Pujasera’. The space

match the required room’s standard

were also being connected as a co-working

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

space on the upper floor.

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5

The first floor is diminished to give a opened

A green rooftop then added on level 3 at one of

‘pilotis’ area that’s connected to the elevat-

the building. Lastly, the final mass is adjusted

ed deck, it is used as a communal space for

according to the context of the site and the cir-

the users

culation of the car and pedestrian

NORTH ELEVATION


BUILDING PLAN

BASEMENT

1ST FLOOR

3RD FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

4TH FLOOR


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

RENTED OFFICE

MANAGEMENT OFFICE

MEETING ROOM

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF CLASSROOM

MODEL MAKING 1:200


DESIGN BACKGROUND Shibuya, the Center of youth culture, always on the cutting edge of fashion. It is one of the top fashion district, trade and entertainment in Tokyo. Shibuya is known for their multi-culture and diversity throughout the people in the city. It is one of the most busiest and swamped wards that redirects millions of people every day of the year. By 2018, the local government has stated an estimated population of 221,801 in an area of 15,11 km2. Shibuya has been gaining popularity through their iconic scramble crossing and also the variety of vibrant alleys and streets. Up to 3.000 people walking through “Shibuya Crossing” every day, it is a complex and multifaceted system that operates 24hours of movement in the city. This dialectic character of Shibuya can be a potential and spatial opportunities in order to bring a common spaces that afford people’s present needs.

06 PARK(INC). Conceptual Public Space Competition Submission / 2018 Shibuya, Japan


PROBLEMS STATEMENT With the overwhelming crowds filling the area daily and the increasing shops attracting pedestrians, people in the area tend to lose contact with their surroundings. As it becomes more like a shopping district, with all the commercials and business centre along Shibuya, the lack of greenery around the sidewalk can be one of our problems too. As we live in the age of individualism, the diversity in Shibuya sometimes can create a certain level of uncomfort, and nervousness; they only focus on their own agendas instead of immersing themselves with the diverse cultural heritage in the popular district. Thus, it is essential to make the maximum use of the available space in the ward so as to bridge interaction between the people, the culture, lifestyles, and trends of Shibuya. The lack of socialization between people could be done by producing a distinctive excitement and expereriences that ensure us to make a whole new different attraction proposing the durability of this modular public space that could be change overtime according to the people’s need.

DESIGN IDEAS The ideas which influence the designs that is apparent in the Shibuya district have massive roles in the people’s way of living. Firstly, designs might affect people’s movement, provokes the appearance, disappearance and reappearance of local places and activities. The spaces that are provided accommodates different dynamics that serve as a platfrom for spatial opportunities. One spatial opportunity can serves as an alternative public space that maximizes the parking lot space itself, for instance, in which space might also emerges many other forms of common spaces, such as parks, gym, and playground. As common spaces, and utilitarian places, these parking lot can hold potential for an architectural intervention that might affect the spatial sense but in a functional way. The presence of parking lot in front of the commercial stores might increase the activity and interaction of pedestrian within minutes or hours they spent. Through this tiny space being used more variedly in purpose, we can actually provoke a collective space that could support the action that will generate an attraction and also becoming their common behavior throughout the day. Through the exploration of the space, in this case, the parking lot across the pedestrian area, hopefully it will serve the multi-cultural people as a platform to interact, and connect with each other.

THE MODULES CONCEPT we try to make a parking lot that is basically a public space which everyone could park their car into, so we came up with the ideas to change the function of this parking space become a public space that emerges into a better and useful spatial for the majority of people in Shibuya, namely pedestrian.

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2 We replace the ground cover of the on-street

We take on-street parking lot along the

parking lot from street asphalt into grass, rocks,

road around Shibuya 109 Shop- ping Mall

rubber mat, etc according to the needs of the

as our site.

public space modules that will be created.

3 We put the public space modules into the site and mix what modules installed to another modules as we like.


PERSPECTIVE


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MRT CENTRAL JAKARTA STATION, MATERIAL & STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION STUDIO

Other Works

Architectural and non-architectural CONQUILLE HARBOUR MATERIAL & STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION STUDIO

WOOD-WORKING WORKSHOP & STUDIO FORM & STRUCTURE STUDIO


STRUCTURAL DESIGN STUDIO & MODEL-MAKING COMPOSITION & FORM STUDIO MATERIAL & STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION STUDIO

COMPOSITION FORM STUDIO

S’/PARK - A SPACE EXPLORATION, MATERIAL & STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

STUDIO

BIRD-MONUMENTAL PARK, AN ANALOGY FORM OF BIRD VECTOR-ACTIVE STRUCTURE

PARABOLOID ROOF FORM & STRUCTURE STUDIO

THE ‘LEAF’

MATERIAL & STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION STUDIO

GLULAM-WOODEN STRUCTURE COMPOSITION & FORM STUDIO

FACADE BUIDLING EXPRESSION

FORM-ACTIVE STRUCTURE MEMBRANE TENSILE LONGITUDINAL SECTION


BAMBOO PROJECT MODERN BAMBOO JOINT RESEARCH MODEL MAKING SCALE 1:1

BAMBOO GEODESIC DOME

HUNTARA HUNIAN RUMAH SEMENTARA

A wide span bamboo structure that will be use as a temporary healthcare unit for the people in Lombok Island

Bamboo is one of the most sustainable building materials. It is a renewable resources that grows quickly. Developed from traditional lashing techniques, this bamboo joint provides a relatively cheap and easy joint, by only using a steel namely asdrat, nut, and ring, which can be made by an unskilled worker.

MODEL-MAKING AND BAMBOO CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP COMMUNITY CENTER, PASANGGRAHAN VILLAGE

In terms of building a new icon to the bamboo-producing village, Pasanggrahan, we held a bamboo construction workshop for the people about our research - a modern bamboo joint technology. Our team consists of 4, is also proposing some of the design for their community center and warung to attract more tourist.

As to response the recent Lombok earthquake disaster, the ITB Architecture Team led by Mr. Andry Widyowijatnoko collaborate with the Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM) to helped the surrounding communities by designing an earthquake resistant buildings, such as HUNTARA, a temporary School for , and a shelter/posts

BAMBOO FOR LOMBOK

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION


CAMPAIGN - OVO, ASEAN GAMES

OTHER WORKS

LAYOUT EVENT - FPP

PROJECT-RESIDENTIAL HOUSE

TEDxITB

Designing a simple & modern residential house for Mr. Andry & family. Th e projec t is still on- go ing.

Project was located in Kota Kasablanka, the aim is to create an ambience for the visitors in Festival Puncak Papua which were anually held by the highly recognized non-prof it organization Indonesia Mengajar

PHOTOGRAPHY SADARISEDARI


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