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portfolio.

AYU SUCI WARAKANYAKA


portfolio.


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CV ANAK AGUNG AYU SUCI WARAKANYAKA Born Nationality Gender Language Interest

: Jakarta, January 4th 1991 : Indonesian : Female : Bahasa & English : Interior Architecture Product Design Movies Art History

Education UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA (BA) Bachelor of Interior Architecture (2008-2012) GPA : 3.52

Achievements MORTAR UTAMA : GREEN DESIGN COMPETITION First Prize Winner, Student Category (2010) Railway Station Bookstore | Jakarta - Indonesia

FENN YOUNG DESIGNER AWARDS Honourable Mention (2012) International Design Competition | Bangkok - Thailand

BUILDING TRUST, CSH Shortlisted (2013) Cambodian Sustainable Housing | Phnom Penh - Cambodia


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Work Experiences

Skills

UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA

RENDERING

Teaching Assistant - Architecture Studio 1 (2012) - Interior Architecture Studio 1 (2013) - Interior Arch. Communication Tech. (2013) - Introduction to Architecture (2012) - Art Appreciation (2013) - Psychology Architecture (2013)

Photoshop, Vray, SU Podium & Hand-draw

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROJECT: CREATIVE BOX

iMovie & Adobe Premiere

Design Team (2013)

RESEARCH: HAPPY URBAN PLACE Research Assistant (2013)

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROJECT: KNOWLEDGE GARDEN

LAYOUT

Illustrator, InDesign, AutoCAD & Google Layout

3D

Google SketchUP & Manual model making

OFFICE

Microsoft office & iWork

VIDEO

Contact Pamulang Permai I BX02/10 Tangerang Selatan 15417 Indonesia

Field Coordinator Assistant (2012) T

: +6221 7413533

Head Project (Project Officer) (2012)

M

: +6281212123824

TEDx JAKARTA CREATIVE TEAM

E

: ayu.suciwarakanyaka@gmail.com

W

: issuu.com/warakanyaka pinterest.com/rarawarakayaka/

ARCHITECTURE UI FAIR

7th - 9th Events, Volunteer (2011-2013)

JAKARTA ARCHITECTURE TRIENALLE Workshop Tutor Assistant (2012)

ICONIC DESIGN IMAGE Student Internship (2011)


Contents

CONTENTS

ACADEMICS COMPETITIONS WRITINGS RESEARCHES PROFESSIONAL


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01 THE COFFEE JOURNEY 02 CREATIVE BOX 03 EXPOSED BOOK BOOTH 04 KNOWLEDGE GARDEN 05 LIVING WITH THE FLOOD THE HEART OF BALINESE 06 UNDERSTANDING TRADITIONAL HOUSE THROUGH CINEMATIC APPROACH

07 TIME SPACE WARPS 08 WEB OF KNOWLEDGE CINEMATIC SPACE & 09 FILM, INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

10 HANG AND WRAP 11 HAPPY URBAN PLACE 12 THE CITY PARK


The Coffee Journey

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THE COFFEE JOURNEY HONOURABLE MENTION

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION FENN YOUNG DESIGNER AWARDS 2012

The design process starts with defining “organic” as a system of living things. Within the systems there is a definite relation between action (as stimulus) and reaction, as expressed by sensory experiences. Our body received actions from the extraterritorial (De Certeau, 1984) which stimulates reaction from within. To receive the whole package of sensory experiences, one should go through some series of events as the actions, which bore reactions concluded by a jour-

SEARCHING

CHOOSING

PREPARING

PROCESSING

ney (De Certeau, 1984).

The project arranged an itinerary called The Coffee Journey as a process, in which ones not only enjoy a cup of coffee, but also have completed experiences of coffee making. The itinerary is based on espresso making procedure that interpreted into program activities and later into form. The important thing from our design is not the product appearance but the experiences carried within the system.

ORGANIC JOURNEY CONCEPT

PACKAGING

ENJOYING


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THE COFFEE JOURNEY PROGRAMS

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The Coffee Journey

AND 4. SUGAR ADDITIONAL

AND 1. GRINDING PROCESSING ESPRESSO

IT ON 3. PUT PAPER CUP

2. CREAMED OR MILKED

THE ACTIVITIES

This project enhances that every elements in interior architecture are designed to be interdependent within a system to create a certain atmospheric spatial experience


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PUBLICATION

YOUR 5. ENJOY CUP OF COFFEE! http://www.archdaily.com/311858/fenn -young-designers-award-2012-judgesand-winners/winner-19/

FLAVOUR MACHINE

STRAW, TISSUE AND SUGAR

COFFEE DISPLAY

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B O OT H

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FFEE

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ESSPRESSO MACHINE

O PC

CUP SHELVES

SEATING AREA

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Creative Box

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CREATIVE BOX COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT RESEARCH-BASED SCHEME UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA 2013

STUDENT’S PARTICIPATION

INITIAL EXPLORATION

The aim of the project was to create a tool to improve learning experience in public primary school. The design process was involving student’s participation with intention that the program becomes the medium of knowledge transfer and also brings sense of belonging to the school community. By exploiting the surfaces of the boxes, we could explore the possibility to turn it into tools of creative learning. lets create anagram with this holes!

TOOLS BOXES AS

PLYWOOD

BLACKBOARD SURFACE

RO PLY

EXPLORING THE SURFACES: BOX’ TYPES 1

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PEGBOARD

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BOX CONFIGURATIONS

NS

SURFACES

CREATIVE BOX

help me stack this boxes! I measured height and see info about baby animals!

TO ENHANC ES TU DE ’S NT

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OUNDED YWOOD

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BLACKBOARD DOOR

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Creative Box

PERSONAL STORAGE MEDIA BOARD

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LEARN

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AS SEATEE AND LEARNING SET

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BOXES CONFIGURATIONS

WRITE & DRAW PLUG & PLAY

CREATIVE HOLES

CREATIVE BOXES USAGE POSSIBILITIES

STORE YOUR BOOKS & BAGS

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DRAW AND WRITING

CLEANING TOOLS HANGER

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STAGE

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MEASURING HEIGHTS AY AS PL

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PUBLICATIONS

MEASURING HEIGHTS

GUIDE BOOK SIT & RELAX

The project challenges the creativity by transforming simple objects to be able to accommodate the needs in creative learning with practical system and affordable price.

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Exposed Book Booth

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EXPOSED BOOK BOOTH 1st PRIZE WINNER

STUDENT CATEGORY, TEAM OF 3 MORTAR UTAMA DESIGN COMPETITION 2010

This competition called for an eco-friendly design concept for a green bookstore located on railway station. We situated the bookstore in the edge of University of Indonesia Railway Station. The green concept focused on the effective use of materials and electricity in the building. The design kept everything simple and exposed yet effective. It took form as a simple box, so it was easier to build with lower cost. Materials used are mainly generic and easy to find, like: bamboo, concrete, wood and glasses.

PROGRAM

UNIVERSITY ENTERANCE MAIN STREET

RAILWAY STATION

THE SITE UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA

RAILWAY

BOOKSTORE

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EXCHANGING INFORMATION

PICK THE BOOK YOU LIKE!

READ

CHOOSE THE BEST SELLERS!

SEAT AND RELAX

ENTERANCE & CASHIER

AITING AREA

BOOK DISPLAY TABLE OUTDOOR

BOOK DISPLAY SHELLVES

INDOOR SEATEE

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Exposed Book Booth

MATERIALITY ROOF BAMBOO ROOF, TL FLOURESCENT LAMP AND CEILING FAN

SHELVES PINE WOOD AND WOOD PALLETS

WALL VINES, EXPOSED CONCRETE WALL, AND GLASS

BASE & SEATEE CONCRETE AND CONCRETE BENCH


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BUILDING AXONOMETRI

THE INTERIOR

By lowering the interior level, the air flow will enter easily so there is no need to use air conditioner. The vines would also help as shading to block the heat.

INDOOR-OUTDOOR SEATEE AREA

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Knowledge Garden

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weather board

KNOWLEDGE GARDEN

MINI BIOME

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

OUTDOOR SETTING FOR ECOLOGICAL LEARNING UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA 2012

UNIV study about ea a part of the un

MURAL WALL

This project transformed an abandoned schoolground into an outdoor learning setting. Schoolground provides varies potentials that can be developed into space that could support learning activies. With design we could generate fun learning space for students from natural environments, designed elements, graphics and texts. Besides designing the school ground, the program also helped the primary school teacher to develop new learning method that can be applied with the knowledge garden. The project has been presented in iNTA 2012 Conference as well as published in national magazines, Rumah and Smart Design.

FR O

M SCHO

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LG RO U N D TO KNOW


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SAVANNAH MINIATURE

T MINIATURE

DESSERT MINIATURE

vegetables, flower & medicinal plants plant’s measurements plants classification anemometre plants anatomy

EARTH RELIEF : the mountain & the sea

VERSE : arth as niverse

WLE D G E

material buckets sandbox

sundial

experimental & fish pool

SAVANNAH : rice field & animals

DESERT : extreme weather, sand & plants

RAIN FOREST : water, soil & trees

SUNDIAL

BLACKBOARD & MATERIAL BUCKETS

SANDBOX PLANTS CLASSIFICATIONS

WEATHER BOARD

GAR D E N

LEARNING FROM SURROUNDING

EXPRESSING IDEAS PLANTING

MEASURING THE HEIGHT

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES IN KNOWLEDGE GARDEN

EXPERIMENTING

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Living with The Flood

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LIVING WITH THE FLOOD COMPETITION SHORTLISTED INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION CAMBODIAN SUSTAINABLE HOUSING 2013

The project responded to the flood disaster as the main problem during wet season in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The issues regarding the flood was Cambodian lack of fresh water supply, healthy food and hygine. They need a decent shelter to provide all of those requirements. The ideas of our shelter design is ‘Living With the Flood’ where it does not imply coping with flood, or living in spite of flood, but rather how living and flooding might exist together. The ideas of living with the flood are re-thinking how people live with the flood and re-patterning activities that people still could perform when flood comes.

LAOS THAILAND

ACTIVITY BASED PROGRAM IMPORTANT/HIGHEST

CAMBODIA SLEEPING

VIETNAM lakes at Cambodia 2011 flood Phnom Penh site

SITE AND ISSUE

PRAYING

EATING


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“A SHELTER THAT GET ALONG WITH FLOOD..”

COMPLEMENTARY

COOKING

BATH

WASHING

WORKING

INTERACTING

FLOOD PREVENTING SYSTEM

RECEIVING GUEST NORMAL CONDITION

ISOLATION HYGIENE LACK OF FRESH WATER & FOOD

FLOODED CONDITION WITH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

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Living with The Flood ACTIVITY-BASED PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT STAIRS AS MAIN CIRCULATION LIVING AREA AS WELL AS WORKING AREA

HIERARCHY vertical arrangement based on activities’s importance

ENTERANCE cambodian houses entrance are always facing east.

EAST

EVACUATION lower ground on the greater risk when it flooded.

ENTERANCE FACING EAST CIRCULATION Vertical circulation to connect all the level.

BUILDING SECTIONS ACCESS The upper level depend on stairs as connector.

The shelter has vertical arrangement, based on the order of daily life. The most important activity is located on the higest flood. It took shape as a staged house with 3.5m stilts to pre


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SLEEPING AND PRAYING AS THE SACRED ACTIVITIES LOCATED ON TOP

BATHROOM LOCATED AT THE REAR OF THE HOUSE

INTERIOR LEVEL 3: PRAYING & SLEEPING

VOID FOR PARKING OR CATTLE RECEIVING GUEST

BUILDING AXONOMETRIC

INTERIOR LEVEL 2: COOKING, LIVING & WORKING

LEVEL 3 +7m LEVEL 2 + 3.5 m LEVEL 1 + 0.0 m

activity importance in Cambodian level so it could be prevented from event the average level of flood.

INTERIOR LEVEL 1: RECEIVING GUEST & PARKING

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Understanding the Heart of Balinese Traditional House

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UNDERSTANDING THE HEART OF BALINESE TRADITIONAL HOUSE THROUGH CINEMATIC APPROACH

PUBLISHED PAPER

HABITECHNO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE BANDUNG 2013

INHABITANT

FINDINGS: NATAR ALLOWED POSSIBILITIES AND FORMED

This paper examines the Balinese traditional house central courtyard as the heart of Balinese living spaces through cinematic approach. With the cinematic approach, we intend to observe space as an element that associated tightly with time, change and alteration. Cinematic elements create a temporal quality that could adjust space condition with changes happened around it through the ideas of movement, montage and narrative. This approach creates the fragments of the space elements then eventually reassembles them into a new sense of space. The essence of this cinematic approach is to define a new space-time relationship that can accommodate a variety of changing possibilities and meet the ever-changing needs of its users.

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FINDINGS: NATAR’S NARRATIVE BOARD ARRANGE IN TIM

LIVING

This study illustrates how the spirit of living space in Balinese central courtyard reflects the harmony between daily activities, local culture and the Balinese way of addressing space. Through cinematic approach, it becomes possible to gain more understanding of the formation of activity-based space that could respond the ever-changing needs in a sensitive way. This study also led to the innovation way on addressing traditional architecture.

SELECTED REFERENCES: [1] Till, J. (1996). Architecture in Space Time. In Melhuish, Clare (Ed.). Architectural Design : Architecture & Anthropology (pp. 12-16). London: Academy Editions. [2] De Certau, M. (1984). The Practice of Everyday Life. Los Angeles: University of California Press. [3] Aranha, J L (1991). A Comparison of traditional settlements in Nepal and Bali. TSDR Vol. II (pp. 35-37)

FINDINGS: ACTIVITIES MONTAGE IN NATAR


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GUEST

FORMATION OF NATAR BASED ON MOVEMENT

D IN BETWEEN MOVEMENT

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Time Space Warps ACTIVITIES DIAGRAM

01. RECREATION

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TIME SPACE WARPS INTERIOR ARCH. STUDIO 5 ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA 2011

SPO

REL

The ‘Space Warps’ transformed the children growing ability that happened like the glimpse of light into 3 dimensional spaces. The aim was to create a ‘fast journey’, of the impossible, which stimulates childrens’ curiosity and imagination while they are experiencing the ‘future’ space in this toy store. It was created through combination of polygonal shape that has characteristic of being irregular, centered and sharp. This composition reflects childrens’ experience through the space of the future.

IMAGINING THE “FAST” SPACE IN THE FUTURE


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N 03, LEARN

05. SERVING 04. EXPLORE 02. RULES

ORTS AND RULES AREA

LAX AREA: MINI LIBRARY AND THEATER

ROOF + 18990

LEARN AREA 4th FLOOR + 14270

3rd FLOOR +10670

2nd FLOOR + 7070

1st FLOOR + 3600

EXPLORATION AREA PARKING AND SERVICE

BUILDING SECTION

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Time Space Warps READING AREA MINI THEATER MINI LIBRARY

“SCHOOL” AREA

GAMES AREA

THE TIME TUNNEL!!

EXPLORATION AREA

FLOOR PLANS PRETEND AND PLAY AREA MAIN ENTRANCE

LOOK! THIS IS THE MAIN ENTERANCE..

WELCOME TO PRETEND & PLAY AREA!


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GUESS WHERE THIS IS GOING?

THE TIME TUNNEL LOCATED IN FIRST FLOOR.. LETS EXPLORE!

THE MEDIA AREA SURELY VERY FACINATING!

THE INTERIOR

Every area in this store is designed with distinct themes, regarding children’s needs. The interior design is generated from the engagement of spatial intervention, the goods displayed and lighting design 23|24


Web Of Knowledge

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WEB OF KNOWLEDGE MULTIFUNGSIONAL SHELVES

INTERIOR ARCH. PROJECT

RELIFE’s SAWANGAN KINDERGARTEN WEST JAVA (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) 2013

This project aims to develop a kindergarten where all the spatial elements become learning tools and encourage childrens’ curiosity. Basically the system is similar to spider web, in which everything connects and completes each other. Flexibility is a must in creative learning, so the development of space comes from the connectivity in-between learning process. Designing based on activity core achieved spatial fluidity and open up possibilities for children to learn. It is also to outwit the limited space, and make it seem larger and spacious.

MOVABLE BOXES

ACTIVITY ON CLASSROOM CORES

ING TOO SCHOOL AS LEARN CLASSROOM

WAITING AREA &

ENTERANCE

LS TO ENHANCE

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LEARNING BOARD

KITCHEN

HALL

CLASSROOM

PLAYGROUP ADMINISTRATION

CLASSROOM

CO

WAITING AREA

RE C REAT ED S PAT I FLUIDITY AL

SHOES & BAGS LOCKER

CORE CONNECTIVITY

CURIOSITY

CLASSROOM TERACE

HALL

AND

K ITC

HEN

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Web Of Knowledge MATERIALITY ROOF ZINC ALUMINIUM ROOF AND USED PLASTIC BOTTLES ON CONCRETE ROOF

F

DECORATIVE WALL HANGING PLANTS IN PLASTIC BOTTLES, VINES, AND ROOSTER WALL

WALL CONCRETE WALL WITH DECORATIVE ELEMENTS AND ROUND CONCRETE COLUMN

CORE (FURNITURE PLASTIC CRATES AND PINE WOO PALLETS

GROUND CONBLOCKS AND GRASS

THE SCHOOL YARD


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SECTION DETAIL METAL MULTIROOF, 10 DEGREES GORDING C (125X50) STRUCTURE WF (250X125)

BRICK WALL (15CM) MORTAR, CEMENT, SAND: 1,5 CM FINISHING MORTAR AND WHITE PAINT

ALUMINIUM WINDOW FRAME CLEAR GLASS (60X180)

CONBLOCS CONCERETE SLAB

E) S OD

CONCRETE MOLD GUTTER WITH TAPS CERAMIC TILES (40X40) GRANITO TILES

CONCRETE SLAB

FOOTING PLATE (20 CM)

GRAVEL OR CRUSHED STONE

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Film, Cinematic Space & Interior Archiitecture

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FILM, CINEMATIC SPACE & INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

UNDERGRADUATE THESIS ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA 2012

This undergraduate thesis discusses about film and its cinematic space in the development of interior architectural design. With theoretical explanation and a case study, this thesis tried to determine how film and its cinematic techniques can be applied in interior architectural design process, and what kind of characteristics it produces. We can find cinematic space qualities at Yokohama International Port Terminal by F.O.A. The spatial definition on this building could not be understood with just looking at it, because like film, the exterior form does not represent the interiority (Ferre, Sakamoto & Kubo, 2002). Cinematic movement is applied on space arrangement and form development where the organization of space and form based on the sequence of events that occur in its topography. Circulation not only becomes the activity linkage, but also creates the activity. Space is designed to have a temporal program so it can accommodate every users’ activity that is always changing, as the intensive space (Ferre, Sakamoto & Kubo, 2002). Its range does not determine the capacity of the activities in the space, but the range of qualities possessed by the space. SELECTED REFERENCES:

De Certau, Michel (1984). The Practice of Everyday Life (Steven Rendall, Translator). Los Angeles : University of California Press. | Eisenstein, Sergei M. (1938). Montage and Architecture. Assemblage 10, December 1989, 111-131. | Ferre, A., Tomoko Sakamoto., & Kubo, M. (2002) The Yokohama Project. Barcelona : Actar. | Lynn, Greg (1998). Animate Form. New York City : Princeton Architectural Press. | Tschumi, Bernard (1994) Manhattan Transcript (2nd ed.), London : Academy Editions.

FIGURE 3: CINEMATIC SECTIONS WHEN ARRANGED INTO TIME SHOWS AN INTERDEPENDED BETWEEN SPACE


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Space, which is supported by cinematic characteristic and qualities, would differ from other kind of space because it is an intensive space (F.O.A, 2002), the kind of space that would always evolve following the needs of its surrounding. The cinematic sections shows a tight relationship between exterior and interior spaces. The sequential arrangement of this section is the product of montage. Montage shows that the definition of spatial interiority owned by the building cannot be described conventionally, but represented in respect to time.

citizens domestic passengers visitors international passengers

The narrative experiences are defined through users’ spatial activity, spatial change, and the spatialization of time. Space is no longer static or freeze, but space can manipulated, changed and moved according to the users point of view. Every spatial story in the building are personal experiences that depend on the visitors’ point of view.

FIGURE 1: MOVEMENT CREATE AN INTENSIVE SPACE

FIGURE 2: MONTAGE ARRANGED SPACE INTO SEQUENTIAL STORIES TO CREATE A NEW LEVEL OF PERSPECTIVE

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Hang & Wrap

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HANG AND WRAP INTERIOR ARCH. STUDIO 3 ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA 2010

This project focused on fashion and architecture shared tectonic strategies (skin + bones, 2008) that widened architectural method in designing interior space. The concept was to providing an interactive public space to help international tourist to “see the unseen” regarding the region, Jakarta. It took form as one stop information center. The fashion strategies adapted were hang and wrap with the intention that the space not only served the information needed but also to highlight the site panorama while helping to present the information.

ISSUE: UNFRIENDLY INFORMATION SOURCE

FOLD

HANG SHEER

SUPPORT

FASHION TECTONIC APPROACHES

WRAP

FACE TO FACE: I N FO R MATIO N CENTR E (1ST LE

INTERIOR DESIGN

VEL)


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FACE TO FACE FASTEST

RAM

BUYING INFO LONGEST

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AC

TIV

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AG DI

INDIRECT INFORMATION LONGER

HIGHLI

GHTING

PUBLIC SPACE TO SE

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B U YI N G I N F O I N D I R ECT I N FO R MATI O N : M ED IA AN

NSEEN

: G I FT SH O P [ (3R D

LEVEL)

EVEL) D LI B RARY (2N D L

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Hang & Wrap

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HAPPY URBAN PLACE

PARTICIPANT GROUP OF CHILDER BOYS (8-12 YEARS OL

SHEVA’S HOUSE

PUPT RESEARCH GRANTS UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA JAKARTA 2013 (CONTINUE IN 2014)

LET’S GO GUYS!

This research was trying to uncover happiness phenomenon in urban context and the mechanism of happy urban place with grounded theory approaches. One of the approaches is mapping the happiness study that obtained with field observations in Cikini, Jakarta. This mapping aims to see the formation of happiness in urban area and what kind of elements generated that condition. Interdependency within this urban elements related with Urban Interiority where the happiness atmosphere formed by a certain system composed by activities, spaces and actors.

#11 HAPPINESS MAPPING: INVENTING PLAYGRO

PARTICIPANTS:

WEDDING LOCATION!

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3

GUESTS

CATERING PEOPLE

ENTERTAINER

FOOD AREA

PREPARATION AREA

BRIDE, GROOM & FAMILY

GUESTS STANDING AREA

GUESTS SEATING AREA

GUEST RECEPTION AREA

STAGE

IBU SITI AND HUSBAND JOURNEY IBU NUNUNG JOURNEY

#3 HAPPINESS MAPPING: PERFORMED/SERVED HAPPINESS | IBU NUNUNG AT WEDDIN


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TS : RN LD) PLAYGROUND LOCATION!

FINDINGS #1 PRE-EVENTS ACTIVITY

FINDINGS #2 MAIN EVENT “CROCODILE”

WAITING FOR FRIENDS

FINDINGS #3 THERE’S A “SAFE” ZONE (SIDEWALK) AND “DANGEROUS” ZONE

HAND RAIL

BASE MULTI PURPOSE YARD SIDEWALK SHEVA’S HOUSE LAYOVER SPACE TRANSITION AREA PLAYGROUND a.k.a KENARI’S BRIDGE JOURNEY

FINDINGS #4 THE ACTIVITY CREATE LIMITATION FOR CERTAIN ACTORS.

OUND SHEVA & FRIENDS PLAYING “CROCODILE”

IGNORE IGNORE

FINDINGS #2 SEVERAL ACTORS ACTED AS SERVERS, WHILE THE OTHER BEING SERVED

FINDINGS #5: UNRESPONSIVE RELATION BETWEEN ACTORS AND IT’S SURROUNDING

IGNORE

FINDINGS #1 RECEPTION SCENES: ONLY SELECTED PERSONS COULD ENTER THE PARTY

NG PARTY

FINDINGS #4 GOING HOME AFTER ENJOYING THE PARTY

FINDINGS #3: SEAT AND STAND, MECHANISM OF ENJOYING THE SHOW

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Hang & Wrap

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THE CITY PARK INTERIOR ARCH. PROJECT

RIK UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA CANTEEN WEST JAVA (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) 2013

Modern system, efficient use of space and urban atmosphere are the focused subjects on this project. The design challenge was to create a food-court like university’s canteen with limited space. The arrangement of designed elements, it’s orientation and visitors movement were the groundwork’s design elements that we have to processed in order to reach the client’s requirements. Experience in eating was also the main focused where the visitors are made to feel the city park atmosphere that relatively different from everything around university.

FOOD STORAGE

IN BRING

G TH

FOOD DISPLAY

FOOD BENCHES

COUNTER EXPLODED

PREPARATION TABLE


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ID CE INS N E I R E EXP TSIDE HE OU

FOOD BAR

FOOD COUNTER AREA

CIRCULATIONS

BEVERAGES AREA

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Hang & Wrap

WOODEN PARK BENCHES

FOOD TOP COUNTER (METAL)

BUILDING SECTION

CIRCULATION AND MEDIA BOARD

SEATING AREA

HANGING MEDIA BOARD


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WALL MOUNTED LAMP

FOOD BAR

CULTERY STATION

THE INTERIOR DESIGN

The use of texts, signage, and furniture with certain material generate this experience that bringing the park atmosphere to the interior space.

ENTERANCE

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thank you.


Interior Architecture Portfolio (2010-2013)  

My Interior Architectural portfolio from my undergraduate years in 2010 to 2013

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