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SUPERVISOR

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Widjaja Martokusumo Aswin Indraprastha, ST., MT., M.Eng., Ph.D.

HEAD OF COMMITTEE

01 FOREWORD

Permana, S.T., M.T.

ORGANIZING COMMITTE Irma Handayani Lubis, ST. MSc. Sri Suryani, ST., MSc. Feni Kurniati, S.Ars., MT. Ina Winiastuti Hutriani, SP Monika Agustia, SP Irene Debora Meilisa Sitompul

INTRODUCTION

NARATOR & EDITOR

LECTURER’S PROFILE

CONTRIBUTORS

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Feni Kurniati Irene Debora Meilisa Sitompul Irma Handayani Lubis

Feni Kurniati Gusti Cakramurti Mohammad Thareq Defa Ady Dwi Nugroho Monika Agustia Hafiz Nurrahman Irfan Irwanuddin Sarah Luziani Stella Mariss

PRODUCTION Irene Debora Meilisa Sitompul

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FOREWORD The inception idea for this year’s Summer Camp came in mid of 2016 when group of lecturers of Architecture Program began to discuss idea to do a meaningful and collaborative work with local and surrounding regions of Bandung city, as a contribution from academic society to the community. Our discussion became a series of visitation and field observation when we were agreed to conduct community outreach programs in one of the unprivileged village in South of Sumedang, West Java. The Cisoka village that was chosen for the program is a small village with is no electricity, no adequate built environment infrastructure in about 30 households located just on the foothills of Kareumbi Mountain. By end of 2016, the chief region of South of Sumedang supported the program including our plan to have a Summer Camp program in 2017. A Summer Camp program is a special short program by SAPPD ITB, running at 10-12 days on the summer break of 2017. Through this program, we invite students from other program in ITB and from other partner universities to participate in an integrative and collaborative designconstruction workshop. The Summer Camp 2017 is the first Summer Camp program that has focus on rural area, assessing the main issues related with energy and infrastructure, which is significant and proposing developmental master plan for the community. In addition, this program is a kick-start of community outreach program held by Architecture Program of ITB in collaboration with student union and other partner universities. The topic chosen for this program is Off-grid an Sustainable Strategy for Rural Built Environment seems appropriate considering the focus and case study. We hope this topic brings together student from different backgrounds and perspectives, trying to cope with real problems and proposing real solution. Through this report, I convince that all participants had some meaningful experiences, contributing a real solution for community and had some great times in a collaborative works. On behalf of Architecture Program of ITB I would like to thank for all partners: Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Shibaura Institute of Technology and TESDC- Politeknik Manufaktur Bandung for your valuable contribution and participation. Great appreciation also dedicated to the organizing committee for planning and arranging this program.

Aswin Indraprastha, Ph.D, IAI

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Head of Undergraduate Program of Architecture Institut Teknologi Bandung.

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INTRODUCTION Through this book I would like to convey my word of gratitude to finally be able to close the series of Summer Camp 2017 activities. This program, with the theme of ‘Off-grid and Sustainable Strategy for Rural Built Environment’ tries to present the whole process of architecture, starting from planning, designing, building to using. This process has been designed in such a way so that it could be done in a short time, that is four days of planning workshop in ITB and seven days of construction in Cisoka, Citengah, and South Sumedang. Workshops of planning and construction are designed to be integrated one another, so that it would produce four projects of which the students and the villagers will build together. Those projects are: energy installation (solar panel, Pico hydro, and bio digester), communal toilet, and teahouse. Through these series of activities there are two goals we thrive to achieve. First is to make an innovation or at least an enrichment of knowledge for the students on how to be an architect among the society. I wish through this Summer Camp the students would realize that here is another way to both increase the welfare of society and learn how to survive and collaborate through the limitation they found in field. The second goal is for this program to be the first step of a long process that may gradually build a confidence within the villagers to be able to live independently in the context of self-producing energy. Of course, empowering a community cannot be achieve only by one side, the villagers need to be aware and open as well - the qualities which I see in Cisoka's society. Their concern and realization in environment development in association with the benfits of this program is really helpful to build a caring attitude which then will be the basis of further collaboration. This will be the key factor in developing an isolated region. Therefore it is not impossible for us to see Cisoka in several years will become a buffer zone for 'Kareumbi' region. Bandung, 25th August 2017

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LECTURER'S PROFILE

Dr. -Ing. Andry Widyowijatnoko, MT.

Ir. Budi Rijanto S., CES., DEA.

Lecturer at History, Theory and Critics of Architecture Research Group, SAPPK, ITB. He is one of the founders of Community Development Initiative Center ‘Mitra Desa’. His interests are Regional Design, Green Community Design, and Social Empowering. Currently he is working on projects of developing a ‘Teaching Area Development Center’, initiating to develop ‘Petroleum Logistic in East Belitung', and developing study for Jati Gede Area, Sumedang West Java.

Lecturer at the Building Technology Research Group, School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development (SAPPK), Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). His expertise lies in traditional and innovative joints and bamboo construction, and currently his research focuses on bamboo construction, tensegrity structure, structural design, and alternative material and structure.

Prof. Michihiko Shinozaki

A professor at Department of Architecture and Environment System, College of System Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technologi. His researches focus on the application of computational design, virtual simulation, urban morphology studies and a variety of projects in Asian cities.

Ir. Albertus Bedi Setiawan, MT.

Senior Lecturer at TESDC - POLMAN. His expertise is biogas, and he is currently working on research about biogas and biodigester.

Dr. Eng. M. Donny Koerniawasan, ST., MT.

Lecturer at Research Group of Building Technology Architecture, SAPPK, ITB. His research focuses on Building Science, Green Design Architecture and Urban Design and his current projects are about Thermal Comfort Mapping in Indonesia, Ventilated Building and Urban, Low Carbon and Smart City, New Urban Development of Palembang City.

Dr. Eng. Beta Paramita, ST., MT.

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Lecturer at TESDC- POLMAN Bandung. His expertise lies in Green Technology and Renewable Energy, and his recent research is in Greean Technology Assessment.

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Ir. Mohammad Nurdin, MBA

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Lecturer at Department of Architectural Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI). Her expertise lies in Building and Urban Environmental Sciences, and her recent research projects are ‘Microclimate and Quality of Living Environment: A Precedent of Overcrowded Settlements in Bandung’, ‘The Study of UPI Green Metric with MIPA - JICA Building as a Pilot Survey’, and ‘Vertical Housing in the Context of High Density Cities in Indonesia’.

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THEORETICAL INTRODUCTORY The need to use renewable energy and technology has increased due to high level of energy consumption that would potentially harm the earth. According to Vattenfall (2009), about 7.9% of existing greenhouse gas emissions is produced from commercial and residential buildings. In this sense, architects play an important role to ensure energy sustainability in the future, particularly by implementing sustainable designs, energy efficient appliances and renewable energy systems. Renewable energy is an alternative energy that produced by the renewable resources, derived from natural processes that are replenished constantly. There are five major types of renewable energy sources, wind power, solar energy, geothermal energy, biofuels, and hydropower. In the context of rural area, these types of renewable energy sources can be applied to achieve the concept of green village, which is understood as living in a pleasant environment, maintaining its identity (nature and culture heritage), economically developed by using natural resources, and community-based asset development. In fact, there are four objectives to develop a green village: (1) to integrate the built and natural environments through design technologies, (2) to recognize land use potentials, (3) to ensure that land is functionally efficient and visually attractive, and (4) to use sustainable energy as a catalyst for developing aspects of education, healthcare, sanitation, nutrition and people productivity.

In architecture, the concept of green can be approached from building material. Japan is a country that really concerns about this issue. They dominantly use wood as building materials for houses due to its low embodied energy level, while in Indonesia architects encourage people to use bamboo.

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*This is a synthesis of lectures given during in-class workshops in ITB.

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Having these understandings, we would like to design Cisoka as a green village by using renewable energy from hydropower, bio-energy and solar energy, as well as using environmentally friendly material which is bamboo for the project construction. For energy, there are three types applied in Cisoka: hydro power, power derived from the energy of falling water or fast running water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes; bio-energy, a renewable energy derived from biological sources; and solar energy, radiant light and heat from the sun that is harnessed using solar heating photovoltaic.

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Wood actually has been used in Japan for a long time, which can be seen in its traditional house. The difference of using wood as material between traditional and modern construction is in the joint system. Traditional construction uses wood itself as a connection, where every end part of lumbers connect each other while modern construction uses nail and metal plate as a joint system. Besides, Indonesia uses bamboo as material for both traditional and modern constructions. Traditional construction uses rope from sago palm fiber as bamboo connection, while modern construction uses dowel. There are three points that should be concerned when using bamboo: recognize material characteristics (forms, type, diameter, and length), determine the connection system, and simplify the design of the building.

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Through this program, we try to synergize and collaborate those potentials through real time collaboration between residents, students, and the experts. The projects are chosen based on the residents needs, the availability of local material, while also considering the competency of students and experts involved. Therefore, we wish that each party will learn and fill the gap between them until our visions and missions are in lined towards a more prosperous, independent, and better future.

Kamu telah menjual terlalu murah, kaulah kain satin yang ditambalkan pada jas hujan usang dan robekrobek – Rumi

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Cisoka also has a potential of human resources, the residents have a friendly and open characters toward new insights which make it possible to build cooperation and trust in order to build the village. They also have a good carpentry skill, especially related to local material such as bamboo, woods, and processing tepus leaves. Another important aspect is the mental attitude of the residents that love to work hard which made every program planed will be executed with serious determination.

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This Summer Camp 2017 is trying to start finding the answer from previous question. We start by plotting the potential in hand that could be synergized with programs of Summer Camp 2017. Cisoka has an abundant of natural materials potential, such as bamboo, stone, and tepus leaves that could be used for roof. It also has a natural beauty potential with the hills of tea plantation, cool air and clear sky free from pollution.

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The quote by Rumi stated before is just right to describe how Cisoka has been treated all this time (or should we say how they treat themselves?). Cisoka used to be an isolated private tea plantation with 22 households with low economy status. That fact blinded us from the possibility to develop many potentials of Cisoka that can help to prosper its residents. The real question is ‘what are the potentials and how do we use them?

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IN BANDUNG

02 - 05 AUGUST 2017 LECTURE - STUDIO - WORKSHOP


"PATERASAN CISOKA" Hafiz Nurrahman Ina Winiastuti Hutriani Momoka Iwasa Stella Mariss Tatsuya Toyoshima

We devide the village into 3 types of zone: 1. Lembur : a village, a place where people living, interacting and gathering. 2. Kebon : plantation, a place where people do a farming. 3. Leuweung : kind of forest, a place where people have very limited access.

We try to bound nature, culture and community of Cisoka

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into a concept of “Paterasan Cisoka”. We offer this as a regional planning for Cisoka to arrange and develop the village as one of tea sundanese cultural village in Sumedang and of tourism destination where people interact, relax, gather in the natural area while learning about sundanese culture and tea agro-industry. The phrase ‘paterasan’ comes from a basic sundanese word ‘teras’ that means an area in front of house as a place where family or people gather and interact.

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CISOKA "NYORANG LALAMPAHAN DINA GURAT KASIH BUANA"

The main concept of our public toilet is derived

from basic form of sundanese baduy house. It consists of two toilet rooms for men and women.

We use stone as the lower wall and bamboo Irfan Irwanuddin Keiki Ushijima Kyoko Yotsuji Monika Agustia Nabila Fakhrunnisa

as the upper wall to preserve the durability of bamboo. Then we use bamboo petung for structure of the big roof and ijuk for roof protection.

In consideration of construction and maintenance

process, we use the combination of fishmouth and rope joint so that the local people will easily understand how to substitute the bamboo culm for future renovations.

With the potentials and the constraints that exist, we create a main concept in a Sundanese proverb

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“Nyorang Lalampahan Dina Gurat Kaasih Buana”, which could be understood as “unified with the nature”. The nature means the context or locality. The existence of the locality here presents or brings nuance and value in design as part of the locality.

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foundation, we use ‘umpak’ due to its resistance to the earthquake. The design tends to be easy to build by the locals. A straight and rigid line as well as geometrical shape are chosen so that local craftsmen will be able to build it themselves.

The main idea is to develop this village as a Agrotourism village. This idea is Adam Sapta Maulida Hadiyan Wijaya Nindyasti Dilla Himaya Rie Takenaga Tomohiro Yatabe

in line with the government goal in developing Sumedang as a tourism place which is also consist of industries, leisures, shops and farms. The masterplan is divided into 4 major aspects which are energy, tourism, infrastructure and transportation.

For the main structure, coloumn and beam,

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we use Bambu petung (Dendrocalamusasper), while for non-structural parts we use bambu apus.

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"CHANGING FARMERS' BORING LIFE"

We use bamboo as the main structural material, and wire to construct the form. We are inspired by Luis Chan idea to relieve sunlight inside of the building.

Sarah Luziani Sri Rahma Apriliyanthi Tatsuya Teshima Toshitsugu Hoshino

We start with the idea of a complete house, then we scrap the house and come to the idea ‘less is more’

which consists of roof and leaning wall. This form also can be seen as kanji of ‘people’ [人] which can be seen as two people leaning one another.

The idea for tea house is that its wall will be We will empower local farmers first, to be

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able to produce Cisoka tea and coffee in a well-packaging as an attraction. Then, we will make a tea house which will consist of tea and coffee store, space of ‘learn things about tea and coffee’, and etc.

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able to store tea and coffee while framing the view of the nature with the bamboo. We also design tea house as tea and coffee laboratory in the future to attract people and demonstrate tea and coffee production processes to them.

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"CISOKA NATURAL EXPERIENCE"

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Aida R Fitriana Erika Doi Fahmi Fauzan Deviatama Insirra Anisa Bayna Mizuki Fujikawa

our concept, the divisions are: the Karamaan, for the forest to be protected and preserved; Karesian, to attract tourists with selfie photo tours, bike tracking tours, fishing tours, and natural scenery tours and; Karatuan, a place where houses of the Cisoka villagers are built.

For gate, the form is inspired from tea’s sprout. We transform the sprout into two. Then we transform the straw into the colomn, and leaf into the shape. We use bamboo as main material due to its availibity as well as to reduce energy waste.

We also use tensegrity structure. Tensegrity is a stable dimentional structure consisting of a number The main concept is to make Cisoka as a tourism village because there are many potentials that can be

of tensions which are connected to each other, and a number of compressions which are not. Each material does not touch each other.

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developed. For Zoning, we use philosophical concept of Tritangtu: Rama (value system), Resi (Policy strategic system) and Queen (governance / executive systems).

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06 - 12 AUGUST 2017 TEA HOUSE - ENERGY INSTALLATION COMMUNAL TOILET - GATE


PERSON IN CHARGE:

Raynaldo Tantawi Swardi 3rd year student of Architecture - ITB

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Sarah Luziani Sri Rahma Apriliyanthi Tatsuya Teshima Toshitsugu Hoshino

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Adam Sapta Maulida Hadiyan Wijaya Nindyasti Dilla Himaya Rie Takenaga Tomohiro Yatabe

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day 1, we constructed modules of bamboo structure. In doing so, firstly we had to measure the bamboo, adjust the dimension by sawing them, drill and then connect them as needed by using asdrat.

Tea house is a semipermanent construction that is

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construction process, we conducted an open-dissuccion with local people (craftmen) about the design, steps of construction, and jobdesk for every participants in the group. We also had an expert in this project to supervise, Dr-Ing. Andry Widyowijatnoko, ST., MT.

from day 2. After four modules done, we stood and connected them with supporting structures to make them standing altogether.

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In collaboration with local people, we constructed the tea house in 5 days. Before we started the

Day 2, we started the work with completing the work

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made from bamboo, which is supplied form Cisoka itself and also traditionally preserved in there. We build tea house in a site with a beautiful view. This is dedicated for local people to spend their leisure time and to be a gathering area. The dimension of tea house is 9m x 6m.

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Through this process, we learnt many things. Although we found some constrains in communicating Day 3, we added bracings to strengthen the

due to different thoughts and languages, we survived and enjoy the process.

upper structure. After that, we moved to the floor frame and in parallel, we installed the ‘tepus’ roof.

Day 4, we devided team into two: team for

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continuing roof installation and team for making concrete foundation. And day 5, we gave finishing touch for constructuin and closed the day with a photo session!

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PERSON IN CHARGE:

Rihan Rizaldy Wibowo 3rd year student of Architecture - ITB

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From Polman - TESDC Maman Suherman Dodi Iskandar Ridwan Abdul Nafis

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Irfan Irwanuddin Keiki Ushijima Kyoko Yotsuji Monika Agustia Nabila Fakhrunnisa

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Biodigester is an engine to create the energy alternative in form of biogas that is produced by

organic waste. Biodigester accelerates the combustion of organic waste to produce biogas and other compounds which can be used as fertilizer.

In order to produce energy, there are several

steps in biodigester. First, biodigester is installed and the pipe is connected to the stove in one of local resident’s house. Second, the organic waste produced should be chopped up to ease the combustion process. Third, the refined organic waste is fed into biodigester machine to begin the combustion process. Then, the last step, the engine produces biogas that can be used as fuels for the stove and as fertilizer for plants.

Solar energy is one of renewable energy that can be used to generate electricity. Solar Photovoltaic (PV) is a device to convert solar energy (sunlight) into electricity. Solar PV obtains the solar energy during the day and stores it into battery that can be used to supply the electricity during the night.

In hence to generate the electricity, some people in Cisoka installed Solar PV above their roof. One module of solar PV can produce the electricity up to 1kWh per day. This is enough to provide the power supply of the house.

To summarize, biodigester is a smart way

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to process waste into renewable energy for sustainable future.

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Picohydro was already installed in the river near Cisoka village, but the condition was not Beside biogas and solar energy, hydro power

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has three main components, which are hydro power, turbine, and generator.

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This energy will be converted into electricity by means of engine, called picohydro. Technically, picohydro

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is also one of renewable energy. This energy derives from the energy kinetic produced by flowing water. River is the most easily accessible point to extract the energy.

proper enough to generate electricity. Therefore, it has to be fixed to generate more power. In order to do so, the instructor from TESDC Polman repaired the existing picohydro by controlling the water flow. This is to obtain enough debits in order to generate more electricity. Then, the need of power supply in this village can be fulfilled.

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PERSON IN CHARGE:

Taufiq Samadyadi 3rd year student of Architecture - ITB

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Hafiz Nurrahman Ina Winiastuti Hutriani Momoka Iwasa Stella Mariss Tatsuya Toyoshima

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This is a permanent construction that made from the combination of stone for main structure,

This is due to the material itself needed certain time of processes such as transportation of material to

the location, drying cement, and piping installation. From this we learn that we really need to consider all aspects before we start the construction, especially when it takes place in a remote village.

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basically simple. We used brick for column, bamboo for roof frame and wall, and ‘tepus’ leaves for roof. However, the construction was not finished until the last day of workshop.

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Among other projects in Cisoka, this took the longest days of construction: 7 days. The design was

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bamboo for wall and roof frame, and ‘tepus’ leaves for roof. This public toilet has two units with functions for shower, washing, and sanitation. The dimension of toilet is around 2m x 3m.

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PERSON IN CHARGE:

Raedi Dermawan Putra 3rd year student of Architecture - ITB

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Aida R Fitriana Erika Doi Fahmi Fauzan Deviatama Insirra Anisa Bayna Mizuki Fujikawa

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The main gate is also a temporary construction that made from tensegrity bamboo with the

dimension of 2m x 2m x 6m. The design of main gate is simple. We constructed the gate in three days.

First day was to choose, measure, cut and adjust the bamboos. This work quite took time,

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Cisoka as a sign of entering Cisoka Village. Beside the gate, we also placed a signage ‘CISOKA’ on the big rock in the area. We hope this will give a warm welcoming for people when they enter Cisoka.

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Then we moved the gate to the front area of

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consequently in day 2 we still worked on it. Day 3, after all parts of bamboo ready, we started to connect each part of them by using wire, as described in the design. After the process done, we needed to stand it all together and see how it works. This was the most challenging part because the construction could not stand. We tried many times. Fortunately, with the help and instruction of the expert, Andry Widyowijatnoko, we finally were able to construct the tensegrity gate in Cisoka.

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MONTAGE


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WHAT THEY TALK WHEN THEY TALK ABOUT SUMMER CAMP 2017


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Teshi – SIT Master

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This program is nice. Though we speak different language, we communicate through design.

Kyoko Yotsuji – SIT Master

It’s exciting! The most surprising thing is I could actually live without electricity and no reception.

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Mang Ewok – Villager 15

I feel proud to receive this help. We will never forget this favor.

I’m very happy to gain a lot of construction experience. The differences we had become a lesson.

This is the first time I participate directly in field, I learned a lot.

Sri Rahma Apriliyanthi - ITB Student year 3

Summer Camp gives me inspiring experiences about collaborative working with outstanding architecture students from Indonesia and Japan, as well as with local citizen.

Tatsuya Toyoshima – SIT Student year 3 We have a lot of differences, but we could still work together and get the work done.

It’s a good program. We both learned something from the other and managed to work together.

Ina – ITB Lansekap S2

The most important lesson is that teamwork transcend language, we work together based on our common knowledge.

Tomo – SIT Student 16

I enjoy the program. The construction process is really fun, everybody smiles.

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Mang Oyok - Villager

I learn how to focus not on the differences we have in our culture but to find where we collide and take the good things from both sides.

Erika – SIT Student year 3

Constructing something this big is an amazing experience for me. Everyone is doing their best so I also feel that I need to do my very best.

Shun – SIT Staff

It’s a good experience, I learn about construction from scratch. This village is very traditional even in how they construct. That is something that needs to be protected.

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It’s very exciting. There are a lot of differences than in urban area. This got me interested in rural field study.

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I enjoy the prgoram, It’s very fun to design your own building. The people of Cisoka are very nice and dependable. I respect them.

Irma Handayani Lubis - Committee

This program offers a big opportunity for students to learn about collaborative working with local citizens and many people from various backgrounds. This would be a good learning process for them.

Nabila – UPI Student year 2 17

I learned a lot. This knowledge will be valuable for me in the upcoming years.

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Kang Rian – Villager 18

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I’m very happy, it becomes lively. Though there’s a language barrier, it’s still fun.

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This is the first time for me to be involved in a village development program. We do not give the hungry food, we teach them how to find food on their own.

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It’s a very good program, I hope it doesn’t stop here. If any of you have spare time, please come and visit us. I have no other word to say other than words of gratitude.

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It’s very good construction experience. I like the weather in Indonesia, I think I will come here and live here if I got

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I feel fulfilled. Cisoka is very dynamic, they create something onlt when they need it. I have a quote for Cisoka: “Belajar dalam kelas membuatmu merasa pintar, turun ke lapangan membuatmu pintar merasa”.

This program is really good, it builds solidarity with the citizen of Cisoka.

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I’m really grateful for the invitation. I believe this experience is a very valuable experience and will be useful for each one of them in the future.

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Mr. Lili – Head of Neighbourhood

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI BANDUNG

Momoka Iwasa – SIT Student year 3

Prof. Taniguchi Taizo

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SUMMER CAMP 2017

I learn a lot on constructing in modesty. The hardship in working together is solved by evaluating the hardship together.

Henri - Villager 14

Sri – S1 Bahasa Jepang

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Hafiz Nurrahman – UPI Student year 3

The students make it lively here. I wish there is a continuation for this program.

Everything is new experence. I want to come back here later, to see how they use this tea house.

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It happens really good. Experience is the best teacher, it teaches me that skill is just as important as technolgy.

No electricity and no gadget built our social interaction. I wish that Cisoka can stay as it is.

Keiki – SIT Student year 3

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Shinryo – SIT staff/S2

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