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Silvia Adityavarna Project Portfolio 2012 - 2016 Experiment in Spatial Design: Context & Behaviour silviadityavarna@gmail.com


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Socialization Space for the Schizophrenics Academic Work | 2012 page 16

The Hidden Exclamation Individual Work | 2012 page 20

Pacitan Museum Competition | 2013 page 26

Museum of Ethnography

Competition - Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2014 page 34

New Passer Baroe: Heritage with Soul Competition - Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2014 page 40

The Science City: Freedom of Learning Competition - Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2015 page 46

New UKI Campus Master Plan : Towards Intelligent City Campus Competition - Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2016 page 56

Hilltop Cafe

Professional Work | 2015 - 2016 page 58

Broadway Market: A Platform for All Sir Peter Cook Masterclass | 2016


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Silvia Adityavarna Silvia Adityavarna finished her undergraduate study in architecture in July 2012. In January 2013, she joined an architectural studio which engaged not only in design field, but also research and construction field. This allows her to channel her passion in architectural research and experimentation. It’s been almost 9 years since the first time she learned architecture. Day by day her insight in architectural design keep developing as she joined several workshop and activities that allows her to exchange thoughts with a lot of notable architectural practice and academics both in her home countries and another countries such as Malaysia and United Kingdom. She is highly inspired by UK architectural education and practice. She believes that the combination of research and visionary culture in architectural thought is the key of creating a high quality environment design product. She believes in people’s happiness through design and architecture and wishes to give a positive contribution to her home country through her vision.

Birth Contact

Jakarta / May 11, 1990 silviadityavarna@gmail.com +62 8788 0607 167 Jl. Sugriwa II/8 Blok A2 Jakarta Barat 11740 Indonesia

Language Skills

Indonesian English

native speaker Good User : IELTS 7.0

Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop ArchiCAD Autodesk 3Ds Max + Vray Autodesk AutoCAD Microsoft Office Rhinoceros + Grasshopper SketchUp + Vray

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Education

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, TARUMANAGARA UNIVERSITY | Jakarta, Indonesia | 2008 - 2012 | Bachelor of Architecture SANG TIMUR CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL | Jakarta, Indonesia | 2005 - 2008 | High School

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Professional/ Volunteer Experience

WALL STREET ENGLISH | Banten, Indonesia | 2012 - 2014 | Course in English Language

Extra Curricular

TARUMANAGARA UNIVERSITY CAMPUS MASTER PLAN TEAM Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 | Architect and Urban Planner Assistant RUANG JAKARTA CENTER FOR URBAN STUDIES Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 | Architect and Urban Planner Assistant RAW ARCHITECTURE Jakarta, Indonesia | 2011 | Intern : Architect Assistant

mAAN MUNTOK TIN MINING CITY DESIGN WORKSHOP | mAAN Bangka, Indonesia | 2011 - Architecture / Planning Workshop GEODESIC SHELL WORKSHOP | Binus University Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 - Rhino & Grasshopper Training & Workshop

Publication

STUDIO GRAHA AKAR KARYA | Architecture Firm | Jakarta, Indonesia | 2013 - present | Architectural Designer

Honor and Awards

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE TARUMANAGARA UNIVERSITY Second Best GPA Student - Graduated with Honor

RUANGRUPA ARCHITECTURAL WORKSHOP - PROFESSION | RuangRupa Artlab Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 - Architectural Workshop

VISIONING JAKARTA 2045 | Indonesian Institute of Architects | Honorable Mention | 2012 Teamwork With Albertus Prawata, Margaret Jo, Khattiya Hendarta, Sylvia

SIR PETER COOK MASTERCLASS | Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL London, United Kingdom | 2016 - Architectural Summer School

KELOK SEMBILAN AREA DEVELOPMENT COMPETITION | Indonesian Institute of Architects | Third Place | 2013 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya PAVILION OF INDONESIA IN VENICE BIENNALE DESIGN COMPETITION | Indonesian Institute of Architects | Third Place | 2013 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya

DESIGNWEEK EXHIBITION | Indonesian Institute of Architects Kirana Two - Jakarta, Indonesia | 2014 | Project Title: Heritage with Soul A Great Civic Space Jakarta 32oC Exhibition | RuangRupa Artlab National Art Gallery - Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 | Project Title: The Hidden Exclamation 50 years of Architecture Department Exhibition | Tarumanagara University | Central Park - Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 | Project Title: Socialization Space for the Schizophrenics; Transit Market Public Expose 8.13 | Tarumanagara University Tarumanagara University, Jakarta, Indonesia | 2012 | Project Title: Socialization Space for the Schizophrenics PUBLIC EXPOSE 7.2011 | Tarumangara University Jakarta, Indonesia Participant in Public Expose 7: Best Architecture Student Project of Studio 7 Rumah-Rumah Tanpa Pintu (Houses without Doors) | jONGARSITEK! under RAW Architecture Team, Dia.Lo.Gue Artspace - Jakarta, Indonesia

INDONESIAN CULTURAL CENTER IN EAST TIMOR | Indonesian Institue of Architects | Second Place | 2014 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya GILI IYANG MASTER PLAN COMPETITION | Indonesian Institue of Architects | First Place | 2014 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya PACITAN MUSEUM COMPETITION | Indonesian Institute of Architects Honorable Mention | 2014 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya INDONESIAN PAVILION FOR FRANKFURT BOOK FAIR 2015 DESIGN | Indonesian Institute of Architects | Second Place | 2014 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya PASAR BARU REDEVELOPMENT CONCEPT COMPETITION | Indonesian Institute of Architects | Third Place | 2014 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya PUBLIC SPACE CONCEPT COMPETITION: “SOCIALIZATION SPACE FOR THE SCHIZOPHRENICS” | Volume Factory | Second Place | 2015 | Individual LIGET BUDAPEST COMPETITION: MUSEUM OF ETHNOGRAPHY| Honorable Mention | 2015 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya NEW UKI CAMPUS MASTER PLAN COMPETITION | Universitas Kristen Indonesia Place | 2016 | Teamwork: Studio Graha Akar Karya


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Socialization Space for the Schizophrenics Jakarta, Indonesia . Individual Final Project Tarumanagara University. Tutor: Iswanto Hartono, Agustinus Sutanto

Socialization Space for the Schizophrenics tries to explore the relationship between spatial configuration and social interaction. Social interaction is one of the key factors that influence human mental health. People with schizophrenia (PwS) is chosen as the one of the project’s main subject due to its significant need to interact with people in general. PwS found themselves having trouble to interact because of their difficulties to differentiate between reality and delusion. The chosen subject of this project is PwS in their residual stage, which has undergone medication stage. Located at the heart of Jakarta city, the project consists of public and private zones. The public zone, located on the ground story, aim to be open for both PwS and people in general. The challenge is to draw PwS, which have the tendency of being social phobia, to enter the public space in order

to interact and socialize. The strategy is to divide the public space into three main sequences: The Gallery, The Observing Corridor, and The Socialization Space. People are moving from spaces that provides less interaction to spaces that provide maximum interaction. The gallery, as entrance and opening sequence act as a tool for indirect communication. It is showing the artwork such as paintings and poems created by PwS. PwS will be interested to enter the gallery because they want to read and learn the story of people whose share the same thoughts with them. People in common will be drawn by the artwork. This indirect interaction will allow both PwS and people in general to understand each other without communicate verbally. Understanding between both groups is hoped to reduce the social stigma.


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social layerinteraction within public space

SITE AND CONTEXT The design process begin with research in PwS’ perception while socializing (through literature studies) and social interactions that occur in public space (through site observation).

DIAGRAM AS ANALYSIS TOOL The data is combined through analytical diagram. The diagram is used as a tool to relate between the social interactions found in people in general with PwS’ perception. The design process then explores different types of architectural elements that give different perception in determining spatial boundaries, which influence the level of interaction between each sequences.

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GALLERY

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EXPLORATION IN ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS AND INTERACTION

FLOOR PLAN SHOWING PROPOSED SPATIAL CONFIGURATION Space organized from less-interaction zones to free-interaction zones. Red lines on drawing are showing movement possibilities in each zones. The gallery and observation space which provide less interaction are designed in a linear-one way circulation. The court acts as socialization space which allows user to move and interact freely.


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THE ENTRANCE The space sequence begins with an exhibition space, presenting painting, artworks, or poem, created by People with Schizophrenia (PwS). Exhibition space which acts as facade also allows indirect, non-verbal communication between the schizophrenics and visitors. It hoped to grow a sense of understanding and closeness without having to make an eye contact through direct communication: PwS visitor would feel a sense of kinship with another PwS, meanwhile common visitors are made possible to slowly gain understanding and closeness to PwS.


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THE GALLERY The gallery organized in labyrinth-alike path, with wall panels in the corners, aim to create a sense of privacy within the public space. The boundaries between public and private are formed by walls as hard boundaries and medium trees and long grass as soft boundaries. The path is designed to avoid direct communication to occur between people within the space.


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THE OBSERVATION CORRIDOR The public space moving into spaces with more interaction - but mainly creating a sense of observing activities in public spaces rather than directly joining an open conversation. Allowing people to slowly understand a strange situation one has never been involved before.


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TRANSPROGRAMMING CONCEPT AT THE MULTIPURPOSE COURT

THE MULTIPURPOSE COURT The court act as an open socializing space that allow any activities to occur, just like any other public spaces. The seating around court arrange in random elevation, maintaining an appropriate distance between people while communicating. The court is also acts as a movie watching space, and could be transformed into seating with various elevation, also to maintain a good distance between crowd.

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PRIVATE SPACES The second and third floor are consists of classroom for PwS such as vocational learning classroom, art therapy classroom, computer training classroom, music therapy classroom, and cooking classroom. These programmes are determined based on activities that could enhance PwS’ development in social skills.


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The Hidden Exclamation Jakarta, Indonesia . Individual Project. RuangRupa Architecture Workshop. Tutor: Iswanto Hartono & Ardi Yunanto

Street vendor eviction in Jakarta *image source: okezone.com

JAKARTA VS. INFORMALITY Street vendors (or five-foot vendor / pedagang kaki lima in Indonesian) are considered squatters because they operate in illegal sites. They often get evicted by the local officer during some sterilization operation. Ironically, the existance of five-foot vendor, on the other hand, is an ease to Jakarta citizens, allowing them to get a bottle of cold drink or a piece of cigarette everywhere, anytime. This project is an outcome of an architectural workshop that was initiated by RuangRupa, a non-profit art organization. This workshop challenged participants to create a design that is related with informal professions as they are inseperable part of Jakarta’s urban feature..

[LEFT] Informal sector problem in Jakarta: protest towards government’s policy of street vendor eviction “if we stole, we will be burnt if we became prostitute, we’re arrested if we became a driver, we’re if we became a seller, we’re evicted so what must we do then? [ABOVE] project’s site: crossing bridge in Cawang, Jakarta

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THE HIDDEN EXCLAMATION

CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAM

The main idea is to create a device that took form of the existing plant pot in typical pedestrian crossing bridge in Jakarta. This device is then functioned as both plant pot and a locker that can be useful for the vendors to put their commodity. The second function allows vendors “disguise� as an ordindary pedestrian so they would not get caught during a sudden eviction by the police. It became possible to hide their goods and walk across the bridge. So that no one would know recognize trader among the other pedestrian.

DEVICE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

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camouflage element: plant functional element: space for commodities

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planting media plywood 12 mm paint finishing L profile steel 100 x 100 bolt joint hollow steel 40 x 40 cut into half hollow steel 40 x 40 welded joint

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Pacitan Museum

Pacitan, Indonesia | Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2013 Competition | Honorable Mention

As exhibition space, Pacitan museum aims to be a platform for presidential museum for the sixth president of Indonesia and also an information space for Pacitan development history. After several trial and error in mass design, team decided that the building should be divided into two main masses: one mass is the iconic element as entrance and public place; the second mass is the part of the building that serves as a space for information and functional rooms. As a public space, the iconic mass represent openess and sense of welcome, meanwhile the functional mass as information space is more private and close. It is designed as a linear pathway representing linearity of the journey of life.The functional mass concerened more about the internal space: how light, ventilation and material can support a sense of poetic and contemplativeness.


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LIGHTING STUDIES

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main hall and museum entrance

section I The initial stages of life sequence: childhood, youth life and education

section Ii The first career in military.

section IiI The first career in government.

section IV Presidential term.

section V Personal and family life.

Last section Space of contemplation

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MONUMENTALITY VS. PUBLIC SPACE The challenge is to combine a museum building as the city’s icon through monumental scale and provide social activities through public space. The monumental image is represented by repetition of structure that is oriented to the beach. The distance between each structures act as “absorbing space” that connects the museum building and public space.

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Museum of Ethnography Budapest, Hungary | Studio Graha Akar Karya | Liget Budapest International Design Competition | Honorable Mention

Museum of Ethnography design competition, together with another five new cultural institution buildings, is a part of rehabilitation project of Budapest City Park. The objective of the design competition is to look for a design that satisfy the expectation of 21st century museum design while contributing the enrichment of the architectural heritage of Budapest. As far as dialogue with environment is concerned, it is necessary to look carefully at the existing neighborhood and surrounding condition. There area three main factors to look at: harmony with surrounding, contextuality fitness, and building mass proportion. The site is located right between the Dozsa Gyorgy Road as main road and the Budapest City Park. In the proposed design, transparent material used as the ground floor covering presents a sense of openness and strengthen the relationship between exterior and interior. The repetitive building elements of the second and third layer embodying the surrounding urban fabric, as it expresses the questionable poetic nature of the exhibition space.

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Basic geometry adjusting the site’s form

Transparent material on the first layer, representing openness and linkage with surrounding, aim to create spatial continuity

Solid material covering on the second and third later, aim to bring out the poeticness of space inside the exhibition area

Repetition of roofs as building pinnacle to maintain continuity of site surrounding’s buildings typology

Cutouts and openings ensure adequate natural daylight to enter the exhibition area

DIALOGUE WITH ENVIRONMENT Building mass as repetition of surrounding building’s roof typology. The first / ground floor layer is using transparent material to create the sense of openness and strong relationship between public and the museum building.


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VISITOR EXPERIENCE The whole building is constructed by three main layers that offers a particular experience of space. The first layer is mainly aim to negotiate the movement of the visitors towards it. Firstly, the visitors are welcomed at an entrance of human scale and after several steps, will experience a grand scale of recipient space, which act as the main spot where main spaces access distributed from.

The temporary exhibition space, reached by a ramp that features the building facade, connceted continuosly with the permanent exhibition space. Both spaces propose unique sense with indirect natural lighting coming towards from the vertical opening between the repetitive facade elements.

The ambition is to create spaces organized and ordered in such a way that has a conceptual clarity, simplicity, and continuity and also offers spaces that leave a deep impression and memory to the visitors. As a project to be carried out, the museum will be part of the history and civilization of humanity. The design is much expected to be friendly, responsive, last, and communicative to existing urban space.


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STRUCTURAL DESIGN

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGY

The sustainability energy concept of the building focused on architectural design efficiency which generates minimum building energy consumptions, the development of systems and applications of renewable enery sources as a partial or entirely building energy sources, and the use of optimal and efficiend water management systems. The human comfort of the visitor becomes an important element; mechanic systems are used to control thermal and lighting in the building. (1) the use of automated heating system through floors and ceilings, (2) double glass facade with electrochromic dimming system.


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New Passer Baroe: Heritage with Soul Jakarta, Indonesia | Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2014 Indonesian Institute of Architects | 3rd Prize

Pasar Baru (Passer Baroe/ literally translated as New Market) in 19th century was a commercial district and a melting pot of merchants and buyers from different cultural backgroud such as: Dutch, Chinese, Hindi, Pakistanese, and Malay. Up to the present, the cultural diversity could still be seen at the district, except for the presence of the Dutch people. Pasar Baru in the present day is an example of a “civic space” which has lost its spirit of heritage. Historical building is slowly vanishing and certain tradition is facing a process of extinction. The urban space has lost its past, threatened its future. Aguste Comte’s saying “Savoir Pour Prevoir” suggests us to learn the past, in order to have a vision of the present and the future. The physical presence of heritage building is an interesting opportunity to build a new identity in The New Passer Baroe Project. The spirit of New Passer Baroe project is to preserve the remaining heritage while giving a new identity that expected to be the centre district of contemporary city’s activities and public place. The New Passer Baroe is expected to give it utmost mainly to the people’s benefit, and certainly, a melting pot for people of diverse ethnic and cultural background.


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FOUR STAGES OF RESEARCH IN URBAN LAYER To develop The New Passer Baroe, this project proposed a series of architectural and urban design research, known as Urban Morphology. Urban Morpologhy is a method of observing an urban space strcture and its formation and transformation process. Urban Morpologhy aims to absorb the character of urban space and examine the pattern that shape urban space and user’s characher in everyday life. There are four comprehensive research phase in observing Urban Morphology in Passer Baroe district: Facade Typology, Landscape Urbanism, Everyday Urbanism and Pattern Language.

LANDSCAPE URBANISM Landscape Urbanism is a method to build understanding of a city’s spatial complexity*. A city is imagined as layers of elements. Breaking down each layers can help us to learn the hidden elements and potential of a city.

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Landscape Urbanism research started by questioning: By revealing every elements of the city’s layers, What are the chances of the structural elements of each layer to be subtracted or added? Can each existing layer illustrates the entire city’s spatiality?


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EVERYDAY URBANISM METHOD

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Everyday Urbanism research started by questioning: As a public space, what is/are the main character that had been shaped in Pasar Baru space?

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Throughout the study, it is founded that Pasar Baru has some unque character such as the exsistance of street vendors (Pedagang Kaki Lima), informal foreign currencies sellers, and the diversity of people passing by through the market. Everyday urbanism is an approach of reading daily life: public activities that exist within a public space. Everyday space is a zone of possibility and potential transformation**. pedestrian path

Everyday urbanism is an approach of reading daily life: public activities that exist within a public space. Everyday space is a zone of possibility and potential transformation**.

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Facade Typology is an approach of reading types of building facade. The formal element of building facade is a result of a strict selection of its shaping components. The fourth research started by questioning: What character or image that represents the building’s interface? Most of the buildings’ facades are dominated by shopping windows and billboards that are placed randomly. Overall facade images doesn’t represent any harmony towards the whole facade structure. However there are several heritage facade that could have a chance to give a strong identity within the urban interior.

Heritage building Newly proposed facade: greenery Heritage building

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Science City: Freedom of Learning 6th of October City. Studio Graha Akar Karya. Science City International Design Competition. Submission

Science is an evitable part of human daily life. Everything we do in our everyday life: clothes we are wearing, houses we’re living in, mobile phone and personal computer have scientific studies underlying of it. Therefore, it is necessary to everyone understand and learn science as it will bring significant benefit in our daily life, specifically and our future, generally. This project tries to combine learning activity with one of the most fundamental human daily activity: playing. According to Thomas Henricks, playing is the most basic thing that people and animals do. Playing offers something that other activities do not - relative unpredictability. Playing is necessary to allows human to adapt to their environments, transform, and assert themselves.

While trying to combine the activity of learning and playing, the proposal offers a hybrid typology between PLAYGROUND and SCIENCE CITY. The combination of these two different concept aims to spread science to everyone. Playground, as a space we are mainly associate with playing activity, will give the visitors the chance of learning freely. Visitors are expected to enjoy science and grow enthusiasm to learn science by themselves through several fun activities. This integration generates four playground aspects that could support Science City: [1] Free, [2] Playful, [3] Explore, and [4] Adventure. These are implemented comprehensively into the big master plan of Science City.


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FORM GENERATION + PROGRAMMING

Administration Building Area : xxx m2

Collection Exhibition Area : 1200 m2

Interactive Exhibition Area : 1.735 m2

Interactive Exhibition Area : 2477 m2

A. Entrance Plaza B. Main Stair (Access to Reception Hall) C. Main Plaza D. Hologram Installation E. Entrance Hall F. Observation Tower G. Science Park H. Planetarium I. Collective Exhibition J. Interactive Exhibition K. Temporary Exhibition L. Temporary Exhibition (Outdoor) M. HD Theatre N. Conference Center O. Research Center Courtyard P. Complementary Service Q. Loading Dock R. Administration S. Service Courtyard

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Interactive Exhibition Area : 1048 m2 Interactive Exhibition Area : 947 m2 Temporary Exhibition Area : 648 m2

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GATE OF WONDERS Hidden information spot that can only be found by using AR technology (Augmented Reality). This arena is equipped with glowing patterns and supported by energy source that is collected from the visitors while they are playing the rolling game

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THEME PARK (TEMPORARY EXHIBTION) Thematic exhibitions are displayed temporarily, functioned as a playground and learning space which features games (seesaw) for the disabled

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INFORMATION HALL The first place when visitors started their adventure in science center, this place is equipped with a giant hologram as a tour guide.


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SCIENCE CITY: FREEDOM OF LEARNING The proposal tries to maintain the continuity of experience in the city of 6th October into the urban interior of the Science City park. The buildings itself represent the topography of sand dunes, with significant area of green spaces act as “urban oasis”. The core building that functioned as main hall and observation tower will act as the district’s icon, represented in iconic scale and form.

EXPLORE, ADVENTURE These two aspects means people will be able to experience adventure in science world. People explore and enjoy the Science Park as it is a playground. The programs are spread into several location so people could will explore different spaces on the site.

PLAYFULNESS Playfulness aspect will attract people to come as playing is considered as a fun activity. This aspect is implemented into several fun games that is located in the Science Park. These games will allow people to experience learning while playing games that are science-related.


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New UKI Campus Master Plan:

Towards Intelligent City Campus Jakarta, Indonesia | Studio Graha Akar Karya | 2016 New UKI Campus Master Plan Competition | First Place

Universitas Kristen Indonesia / Christian University of Indonesia aims to be an excellent education institution in Indonesia. After half decade of its establishment, UKI foundation plans to improve their teaching quality through the introduction of a new image of a modern - city campus. The design scheme intents to create a human-based, comprehensive urban design. The first design stage to analyze the quality of existing master plan design. We conclude two main problems: the lack of clear orientation public spaces that facilitiates student to conduct a group study within campus area. Our strategy is to examine each design elements based on ten Principles of Intelligent Urbanism by Prof. Christopher Benninger. Adjusting to context and the site’s existing condition, the result leads to three main consideration in mass formation design: creating major axis, greenery as connector between buildings, and maximum walkability within the ground level.


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a place that is integrated with public transportation facilities

a place that represent openness and transparency

a restoration place that is integrated with natural elements

a place that has a clear orientation through familiar pattern language

a place that allows the occurence of social interaction, both direct and indirectly

a place that promotes dialogue and interaction culture


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MASS FORMATION DIAGRAM

Site Existing

Main access

Main access as master plan’s axis, duplication of existing building’s character

Chapel as area’s icon

Programmatic requirement

Masses are pushed into site’s perimeter in order to create mmore open spaces

Two towers as commercial buildings, represent main gate and strengthening the master plan’s axis

Greenery as bridges between buildings


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SPATIAL ELEMENTS The spatiality of the whole area is constructed of three main elements. Namely: Buildings with different height scales, pathways that contruct connectivity, and softscapes/ greenery.

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CIRCULATION

pedestrian access from local road

One of the main problem in Jakarta city is the transportation system that relies more on vehicle. The master plan design tends to locate the vehicle pathways on the site’s perimeter so that the ground level could be used maximally by the pedestrians without crossing with vehicle pathways.

pedestrian access from local road

pedestrian access from medicine faculty pedestrian access from medicine faculty

VEHICLE CIRCULATION

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GREEN AREA

27,65%

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PROPOSED DESIGN

22.394 m2

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CREATING URBAN FOREST One of the design intervention strategy is the preservation and addition of green open spaces. The design proposal aims to give more value to its surrounding by creating a large amount of water absorption area. With an optimal programmatic intervention, the green space within the site covers 40% of the total site area.

The green zone acts as a restorative area that accomodate recreative programmes. It enhance social interaction and community liveliness. This green zone located between campus zone and commercial zone. It acts as a neutral space that bridges both activities.


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COMMERCIAL ZONE

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EDUCATION ZONE The educational zone consists of two buildings: The AB Building and C Building. AB Building is the existing building that is maintained to be a part of the new master plan design. The C building mass design is repeating the B building mass design, in order to mainain a void-centered character within the new building. The two buildings are connected by a greenery corridor. Both ground plans are opened to public, allowing maximum visibility and connectivity.


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN Open ground plan allows users to move conveniently from green zone to academic and facilities zone. It also creates public spaces that provide students places to do informal discussion.

UPPER FLOOR PLANS Upper floor programmes consist of classrooms and other learning facilities such as multimedia and laboratory. Public open spaces are provided every three or four clasroom module. These public space pockets allows natural daylight to enter the classrooms’ corridors

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Hilltop Cafe Tasikmalaya, Indonesia | Professional work (Studio Graha Akar Karya) | 2015 | Ongoing Project

THE POLITICAL FUNCTION OF TOWER Hilltop Cafe project is a part of recreational park master plan project in Tasikmalaya, Jawa Barat. This project explores the possibility of a tower to act as a symbol of existence. The Hilltop Cafe is situated on a 8 meters-height hill from the main street. The tower itself is 32 meters in height. The horizontal frame provides LED lighting.

PINNACLE/ LIGHTING CONDUCTOR STEEL PIPE Ø 139,8 mm

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TOWER PINNACLE

MAIN STRUCTURE STEEL PIPE Ø 216,3 mm

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SECONDARY STRUCTURE STEEL PIPE Ø 139,8 mm STEEL PIPE Ø 60,5 mm ENCIRCLED LED LAMP

MAIN STRUCTURE STEEL PIPE Ø 216, 3 mm

STEEL PIPE Ø 89, 1 mm ENCIRCLED LED LAMP

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REINFORCED CONCRETE + STEEL PIPE COLUMN Ø 50 cm REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB TEMPERED GLASS DOOR RC BEAM 400 x 700 +3.65

CONCRETE SLAB

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GLASS FACADE

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STEEL PIPE ø 139,8 mm height : 4 m STEEL PIPE ø 216,3 mm height: 6 m

STEEL PIPE ø 60,5 mm height: 2 METER STEEL PIPE ø 139,8 mm

STEEL PIPE ø 216,3 mm

STEEL PIPE ø 216,3 mm height : 6 m 5 m from P STEEL PIPE ø 89,1 mm Halo Diameter: 3,2 METER height : 3,2 m

STEEL PIPE ø 139,8 mm height: 4 m STEEL PIPE ø 139,8 mm height: 4 m STEEL PIPE ø 114,3 mm height: 3,2 m STEEL PIPE ø 216,3 mm height: 6 m

STEEL PIPE ø 89,1 mm Halo Diameter: 3,2 METER height : 3,2 m REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM STRUCTURE 400 X 700


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Broadway Market:

A Platform for All

Broadway Market, London | Sir Peter Cook Master Class | 2016 The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL

A Platform for All is a speculative proposal for intervention in Broadway Market street, London. It is a time-based design, considering the programmatic change in Broadway Market street during weekend and week days. Broadway Market street is renowned for its weekend market, selling food and authentic product from all around the world. For long, London has been a melting pot for people from different countries. Broadway Market has already represents the diversity. This create a sense of familiarity and pleasantness to foreign people, and giving an opportunity to meet people in different backgroud as well. A Platform for All tries to strenghten the diverse quality of Broadway Market. The festiveness of Broadway Market will draw more people into the site. The design consits of flexible structure that allow the platform to go up on weekdays and placed on the ground in weekend. The weekdays platform acts as social spaces while the weekend platform acts as comercial-rented spaces.

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Thank You Jakarta 2017


Architecture Portfolio | Silvia Adityavarna | 2012-2016