P O R T F O L I O 2012 - 2016 TIARA BELLA BRITANIA
Tiara Bella Britania 19 February 1995
As a recent architecture graduate with dual bachelorâ€™s degrees from Universitas Indonesia and Curtin University, I went on to explore my ability as designer by becoming a part of a creative team on universityâ€™s organization and event, local freelance project, and individual project.
I have always been eager to seek new experiences, and have worn many hats in my time; designer, architect, artworker, and photographer. Having involved in different industries, I am confident with managing multi-disciplinary project and taking on different roles.
On a personal level I consider myself to be hard-working, organized, and a creative problem solver. I take pleasure in bringing out the creativity in people through designs that reflect their ideas and imagination.
A C Legenda Wisata Blok. A6/30, Cibubur 16967, Indonesia email@example.com id.linkedin.com/in/tiarabritania issuu.com/tiarabritania behance.net/tiarabritania
JUN 2014 - FEB 2016
DEC 2015 Curtin University Faculty of Humanities
Curtin University, Perth, Australia Bachelor of Applied Science (Architectural Science) CWA: 69,58 of 100
Tuition Scholarship Scholarship recipient
JUL 2012 - FEB 2016 Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia Bachelor of Architecture CGPA: 3,23 of 4
AUG 2010 - JUN 2012 SMA International Islamic Boarding School Republic of Indonesia, Cikarang, Indonesia
APR - JUN 2016
Bias Tekno-Art Kreasindo
Staff of Documentation
MAR - OCT 2015
PPIA Curtin University
Dongkrak Seni FTUI
Student Representative of International Program
DES 2010 - OCT 2011
PSB - International Program
Student Organization of International
Islamic Boarding School Head of Art & Creativity Division
ASPIRE: AIA End of Year Exhibition
IELTS Band Score: 7.0
Curtin University architecture exhibition
BAHASA INDONESIA SEP 2015
Innovative House & Place Making Curtin University architecture exhibition
JUN - JUL 2011 Thompson Rivers University and International Islamic Education Council Overseas Program Kamloops, Canada
U JUN 2011
IIEC Indonesian Cultural Festival: Merantau Kamloops, Canada Performer
RHINOCEROS 3D AUTOCAD SKETCHUP REVIT MICROSOFT OFFICE
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The Psychedelic Chamber
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L O 01 PERSONAL BRANDING
G For my personal branding, I decided to go
with a minimalistic, professional design and
layout as I feel that style best represents my work. The branding treatment is based on-
Scandinavian and Japanese vision of design; clean and minimal. To bring the minimum
of elements, excludes the unnecessary to
concentrate on the essentials. Creating a timeless design by making a constant research of contrast in the element.
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P R O 02 GAYANA
P GAYANA stands for pagelaran Budaya dan
Seni Indonesia (Indonesian Culture and Arts Festival). A place where Indonesian
performers and cultural supporters can gather and celebrate the diversity of the cul-
ture. It is an event held by Persatuan Pelajar Indonesia Australia from Curtin University, Western Australia. The theme that was brought by this event is the Wayang culture, specifically bringing
the story of Rama and Shinta. As GAYANA has a main target audience of students in Perth, a youthful design of Rama and Shinta
O figure is hence approached.
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E V 03 KREASI INDONESIA
E N Kreasi is an abbreviation of Kuliner, Etnik,
and Seni. It is an event held by PPIA, AIPSSA and 53 Indonesian Communities in Perth, Western Australia to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Indonesian Independence Day. This event is also aimed to promote the
diversity and richness of indonesian culture and tourism potential.
Red and white, as a representation of Indonesian flag color, are used throughout the
design, including the logo, booklet, post-
er, and flyers. The logo itself is inspired by folding and waving ribbon, which is usually worn by heroes and fighters as a headband,
with icons of activities that are featured in this event.
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P 04 AUTUMN HANGOUT
O S Autumn Hangout is an event held by PPIA Curtin University where Indonesian students gather, sing, eat, and mingle whilst
accompanied by local talents, singer, and band, which bringing a whiz of reminis-
cence with Indonesian tunes and today’s greatest tracks.
As the part of PPIA Curtin University’s creative team, one of my responsibility is to
create image posts as part of the contents for the organization’s social media accounts, including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Hence, these image posts were created
as part of the contents of Autumn Hangout event.
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D R 05 ILLUSTRATIONS
My illustrations range from hand-sketch to digital drawing - and combination of both. I personally like drawing people or human figures, since most of my illustrations are inspired by my closest relatives; friends and family, and also other people that I found influential. All of my illustrations here are digital illustrations and part of my personal project.
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S P 06 THE PSYCHEDELIC CHAMBER
A During my study as an architecture student,
the studio requires the student to design a creative space for an artist, which will be oc-
cupied during his or her creative working process. This creative space should be able to inspire the work of the artist and act like
a motion picture or movie, which give dif-
ferent spatial experience or feeling in each of its area.
Dmaz Brodjonegoro, a painter, an illustrator, and an art director from Jakarta, is
chosen as the creative person in this creative space design. As most of his works are
mainly inspired by the surreality of Michel Gondry, James Jean, Jonsi, and Radiohead, thus, a creative space with no borders and partitions is created to comply with Dmazâ€™s limitless imagination and inspiration. The Psychedelic Chamber is basically inspired by Dmazâ€™s works, which are also commonly consisted of chromatic or vivid colors, overlap pictures, and asymmetrical shapes which resemble a dream-like or psychedelic term.
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fig. 1 The details of the physical models. The folded transluscent paper covers the stairway, creating a distinct experience throughout the entrance.
fig. 2 The details of the facade. The gaps and slits between each wall panels allow natural lighting to enter the space.
fig. 3 The perspective view of the physical model of the design. The design located on a high ground with stairs as its entrance
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R E 07 TESSELLATION
A Can architecture provide connections between the vibrancy (real and imagined) of
books and places to read them? This time, the studio requires the student to design
and construct a portable open-air reading room, to share books, showcase the act of learning, and improve public space.
Tessellation, therefore, is created as a result of tectonic design concept with an emphasis
on material, detail and assembly, which create a synergy between urban and suburban
configuration. The tiling and repeating patterns of the design, which tessellates one an-
other, creates a vibrant connection between the materiality, the space, the function, and the user.
It is a tectonic reading room that is based on different reading positions. Users can sit on the chair with a table, lay down on the bench, and sit on the bench. It is also accessible from all sides and overlooking different campus view. The facade is very versatile that it can be also used as bookcase.
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configuration of the table and chair
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A R 08 OTHER WORKS
C A snippet from other architectural works and projects during my study in Universi-
tas Indonesia and Curtin University. These
projects include an exploration of Frank Gehryâ€™s Winton Guest House, an art hub located in Lake Leschenaultia National Park, and a mixed-use housing located in North Subiaco, Western Australia.
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page 31 Using a case study of Frank Gehry’s Winton Guest House, I explored Rhinoceros 3-dimensional software modelling environment and two-dimensional drafting using Adobe Illustrator to produce high quality drawings and renders.
page 32 Inspired by the works of Frei Otto, the Lake Leschenaultia Art Hub takes inspiration from an obsessive study of natural forms as its main concept, It creates a harmonious relationship between people and nature by integrating two approaches: biophilic and biomimicry approaches.
page 34 The project aims to provide the residents and visitors a spatial experience in healthy environment that is achieved by integrating greeneries into the building’s design and establishing a strong relationship between the architecture and surrounding nature, which is done by ways, such as using glass to eradicate boundaries between the interior and natural site.
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P H 09 PHOTOGRAPHY
O Selection of photographs taken and edit-
ed by me. These photos were taken during travels, road trips, or merely a visit to local cafe and shops.
fig. 1 Gloucester Tree, Western Australia. 2015.
fig. 2 Barbershot, South Jakarta. 2016.
fig. 3 The Cat Cabin, South Jakarta. 2016. fig. 4 Rooftop Movies, Perth. 2015.
fig. 5 Mac DeMarco, The Foundry No.8. 2015.
fig. 6 Pinnacles Desert, Western Australia. 2015.
fig. 7 Duxton Hotel, Perth. 2015.
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