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Reflection And then, this is the end of my 4,5 years on. Halt and reflect myself far away at the beginning. This thing has purposeful as self-reflection after I graduated. Consist of several works in 4.5 years at the college, reflecting about anxieties in the process of learning architecture. And also, the moment to thinking wisely to choose what can be brought along in the next journey still on a long journey strive searching the meaning of architecture...


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01 WATERFRONT SUSTAINABLE SHELTER AS A INTERACTION SPACE BASED ON ECOLOGY Mix Use Design — An anxiety about self-destruction issue were happen in the waterfront area of Padang. This design proposed as a preventive action.

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LEMBUR HEJO Architecture and Urban Design — Existence of Kampong Babakan Ciamis was located in central of Bandung. Culture becomes the main concern point in Urban Infill concept as a spirit of kampong.

03 FINDING THE LOST ECONOMY “SPACE [UNIT]Y SPACE” Hospitality Design — Finding the lost economic space in Pasar Raya Padang between the Third Space.

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04 BALAI TELUK KABUNG Commercial & Culture — Reviving a traditional market in sub-urban Padang with ‘smart architecture’ as a concept design in order to adapt by the times.

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05 CULTURAL REFLECTION Commercial & Culture — A representation ‘gate’ of Solo were presented in public space of Adi Soemarmo Airport as a way to increasing satisfied of passenger.

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OTHER WORKS Urban Toys Project // Maquette // Photography

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PROFESSIONAL PROFILE // - DOB Bogor / 9 November 1994. - Address

Jl. Pondok Rumput 1 No.40 Kebon Pedes / Tanah Sareal / Kota Bogor / 16162 / Jawa Barat / Indonesia.

- Interest

Sketching / street photography / street art / traveling / science / technology / music / culture.

- Languages

Indonesia (Native Language) English

CURRICULUM VITAE

YUKI FADILAH/ - Bachelor of Architecture / Universitas Bung Hatta / 2013 - 2018 / I was graduated in major of Architecture from Bung Hatta University. During college, I was participated in several competitions design and attend several workshops. On my 8th semester, I have initiative to take a break and do an internship in RAW Architecture about 6,5 months before I jump to my Final Project.

//Phone +62 859 4596 9603

EDUCATION // 2007 - 2010

5 Junior High School Bogor

2010 - 2013

7 Senior High School Bogor

2013 - 2018

Bung Hatta University Bachelor Degree / Architecture GPA : 3,49

FINAL PROJECT Waterfront Sustainable Shelter as A Interaction Space Based on Ecology

EXPERIENCE & WORKSHOP // December 2013 Vernacular Architecture Workshop. Jelajah Ranah Minang / Sumpur / Sumatera Barat. April 2014

Vernacular Architecture Workshop. Batagak Tonggak Tuo / Sumpur Sumatera Barat.

September 2014

Vernacular Architecture Workshop. Peresmian Rumah Gadang Etek Nuraini / Sumpur / Sumatera Barat.

November 2015

Creative City Workshop. Pan-Sumatra Network For Heritage Conservation (PANSUMNET) / Padang / Sumatera Barat.

March 2016

Vernacular Architecture Workshop. Naiak Rumah Gadang Siti Fatimah / Sumpur / Sumatera Barat.

August 2016

Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa (Gagasan Tertulis) / Riset DIKTI Table Transistor Jengkol.

January - July 2017

Architectural Internship RAW Architecture (6,5 months)

June 2017

Lerning From The Master Daniel Libeskind / Omah Library

August 2017

Critical Context (Studio Unit Padang) Finding The Lost Economic Space

//Email fadilah.yuki@gmail.com //Website https://issuu.com/yukifadilah https://www.coroflot.com/yukifadilah https://id.linkedin.com/in/yuki-fadilah-016375125


COMPETITION // October 2014

November 2014

Biomimicry House Residential Mid End House Competition / Provident Development / Indonesia.

October 2015

Kelir Seta Sayembara Desain Monumen EDC Bondowoso / Bondowoso, Indonesia.

September 2016

Panatayuda Park Sayembara Ruang Terbuka Publik Taman Panatayuda Bandung / Bandung, Indonesia.

October 2016

The Green Contemplation 1st Place - Sayembara Fasade dan Maket Gedung PIP2B Sumbar / Padang, Indonesia.

March 2017

Hamueco Sayembara Desain Toilet Umum Kementrian Pariwisata / Indnesia.

May 2017

Lembur Hejo 2nd Place - PARADESC 2017 “Urban Infill” / Bandung, Indonesia.

Juni 2017

Je Tulu Gantung Sayembara Desain Monumen Bundaran Besar Palangkaraya / Palangkaraya, Indonesia.

November 2017

Adenium Residence - Our Urban Green Home Sinarmas Land Young Architect Competition Residential Category / Indonesia.

December 2017

Balai Taluak Kabuang ARCHIRAY 2017 “Sayembara Pasar Tradisional” / Makassar, Indonesia.

March 2018

Cultural Reflection Solo Sayembara Design Ruang Publik Bandara Internasional Adi Soemarmo / Surakarta, Indonesia.

February 2019

Sugeng Ing Banyu Top 25 - Jayaboard Design Competition 2019 / Indonesia

ACADEMIC PROJECT // Studio PA 1 (Semester 2) Public Toilet at Pasar Raya / Public Facility / Padang, Indonesia / 2014 Creative Center / Commercial / Padang / 2014 Studio PA 2 (Semester 3) Nipah Maritime Museum and Cafe / Commercial / Padang, Indonesia / 2014 Studio PA 3 (Semester 4) Polyclinic Kuranji / Healthcare Facility / Padang, Indonesia / 2015 Studo PA 4 (Semester 5) Salon Spa / Hospitality / Padang, Indonesia / 2015 Studio PA 5 (Semester 6) Perancangan Wisata Ekokultur Kampung Pasie Nan Tigo / Masterplan / Padang, Indonesia / 2016 Padang International Convention Center / Commercial / Padang, Indonesia / 2016 SKILLS //

Sketch

Autodesk Autocad

Autodesk 3ds Max

Google Sketchup

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Indesign

Adobe Premiere

Lumion

Photography

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Adaik Basandi Syarak, Syarak Basandi Kitabullah Sayembara Desain Tugu Ikon Kota “Payakumbuh Mencari Ikon Kota” / Sumatera Barat, Indonesia.


ARCHITECTURE WORKS //


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//Studio Akhir Arsitektur (Final Project) / Genap 2017 - 2018 Mentor : Dr. Albusyra Fuadi, ST., Msc | Ariyati, ST., MT | Ir. Yaddi Sumitra, MTP Theme : Interaction and Movement Space Site : Danau Cimpago, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia Latitude — 0°56’00.5”S, Longitude — 100°21’04.6”E Area : 78.400 m2 Year : 2018

Waterfront area is an area directly contiguous next to water area were the communities are involved in development and be able to adding human values in order of the needs about public spaces with natural value (Carr, 1992). Padang has a character where the city is bordering with the sea and many rivers. It makes the city planning in west coast of Padang oriented to waterfront area development, for the example is West Padang Sub-District. As stated in RTRW of National (Urban Planning and Development of National), the development of waterfront cities in Indonesia have a major problem that must be found the way out and handled more carefully, its because Indonesia has the longest coastline in the world with various problems. Based on PP 47/97 (Urban Planning and Development of National) there are 516 main cities in Indonesia where 216 cities are waterfront cities located in the coast area, along the rivers or lakes. Referring to RTRW Padang City period 2010-2030 development of West Padang Sub-DIstrict is categorized into the development region-1 were the development is directed into commercial and services area in local scale, regional, and international, urban settlements with medium to high density, maritime tourism activities, commercial tourism, and cultural tourism. Its made West Padang Sub-District the densest area in Padang. However, the planning of development region-1 are not have a regulation based on ecological with the result of that is a phenomenon of self-destruction. On the other side, the peoples and communities were still relying their lives from the natural environment of waterfront, but some the other peoples too are makes disadvantage activities with the environment of waterfront. UU no. 19 of 1999 concerning about the control of pollution and / or destruction of the sea, chapter V, article 15, verse 1 “Every person or person in charge of a business and / or activity that causing pollution and / or destruction in the ocean must have prevention action of pollution and / or destruction in the ocean caused by its activities. Negative impacts of that arise is destroying of waterfront ecosystem and makes flora and fauna lose their natural habitat and also the settlement area is growing become slum area. It will be threatening some peoples were relying on their lives from waterfront environmental will lose their livelihood. According to geographical location, Padang was located through the “ring of fire” with have characteristics of the city were bordering the sea. An earthquake on >7 Richter scales will have the potential to cause Tsunami waves. //


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Padang is the biggest population in Sumatera Barat with 872.271 populati and densely residential area were will be oriented to waterfront cities develop

Waterfront recreation area as a city magnet.

Rapidly development at West Padang Area.

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ion in 2015 that become a metropolitan city in the next ten years. Westside coast as a central city will be developed into a commercial area, tourist place, pment. Nowadays, the city has been evolving as a big machine that produces waste and government still no have a plan as a preventive action. With that problems, the city entering self-destruction phenomenon. Degradation environmental at Cimpago Lake

Threatened marine ecosystems

Causing the fisherman community, and other community that relies on the existence of the marine ecosystem will lose their job.


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The Zoning concept are becoming a parameter in the process of designing the site. There have a few point main idea in the process of zoning development, there are regulation, accessibility, and wastewater garden program. Cimpago Lake will get a huge compromise when its transform become wastewater garden and interaction ecological space.

EXISTING The existing area is dominated by illegal building. About 90% is building without a legal certificate.

REDEFINITION The site has a total area of approximately 7.9 hectares which are only 1/3 can be built.

REGULATION AND PROVISION 15 meters river line, 100 meters beach line GSB, KDB, and KDH

PUBLIC SPACE WATERFRONT ZONING Cimpago Lake will be surrounded by public spaces. The function as an interaction area.

RECREATION SPACE The southern area of Cimpago Lake will be functioning as a recreation area.

WASTEWATER ZONING The northern of Cimpago will be functioning as a Wastewater Garden area.

ACCESSIBILITY AND EVACUATION PATHWAY The design will be providing the accessibility for user to reach the shelter.

INTERACTION SPACE The evacuation bridge as a direct accessibility and evacuation pathway and also it will be a potential place for ecological interaction.

WASTEWATER SPARATION there are 6 steps in wastewater garden treatment. The separators also will be a bridge.

High Density Area

Provision Built Area

Public Space Waterfront Zoning

Recreation Waterfront Zoning

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WWG Offices, WWG Laboratory, Photovoltaic Offices, Biogas Offices Waste Bank House For 3-5 Familiy Member House For 1-2 Familiy Member Citizen Association, Community Hall, Community Library Parking Lot Communal Space Waterfront Community Park 25 Purus Elementary School

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Prefunction Lobby .1 Receptionist .2 Changing Room .3 Head of Laboratory Room .4 Sterilization Room .5 Toxic and Metal Laboratory .6 Bacterial Laboratory .7 Storage Room .8 Wastewater Control Room .9 Wastewater Operator Room .10 Pipe and Pump Room .11 Mechanical Electrical Room .12 Meeting Room .13 Wastewater Staff Room .14 Head of Wastewater Room .15 Secretary of Wastewater Room .16 Photoviltaic Staff Room .17 Head of Photoviltaic Room .18 Secretary of Biogas Room .19 Head of Biogas Room .20 Biogas Staff Room .21 Biogas System Room .22 Electrical Room .23 Generator Room .24 Office Kitchen .25 Lounge .26 Male Restroom .27 Female Restroom .28 Parking Area .29 WASTEWATER GARDEN PUBLIC FACILITY GROUND FLOOR AREA


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Prefunction Lobby .1 Head of Waste Bank Room .2 Waste Bank Staff Room .3 Receiving Area .4 Organic Waste Processing Room .5 Non-Organic Waste Processing Room .6 Waste Bank and Composting Room .7 Exhibition Room .8 Workshop Room .9 Retail .10 Male Ablution Area .11 Female Ablution Area .12 Musholla .13 Male Restroom .14 Female Restroom .15 WASTEWATER GARDEN PUBLIC FACILITY FIRST FLOOR AREA


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Geen Roof .1 Classroom .2 Teacher and Staff Room .3 Community Library .4 School Canteen .5 Multifunction Room .6 Student Health Unit .7 Storage Room .8 Toilet .9 WASTEWATER GARDEN PUBLIC FACILITY SECOND FLOOR AREA


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A-A SECTION WASTEWATER PUBLIC FACILITY AND KAMPONG VERTICAL

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Pepatah Galuh yang berbunyi “Gunung kudu pageuh, leuweung kudu hejo, walungan kudu herang, taneuh kudu subur, maka bagja rahayu sakabeh rahyatna� adalah cerminan jujur dari masyarakat tanah Sunda yang kaya akan budaya dan makmur oleh alamnya.


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// 0 2 aaaaaaaaaa LEMBUR HEJO

//PARADESC 2017 Jury : Ir. Achmad Deni Tardiyana, MUDD | Ir. Budi A. Sukada | Dr. Yohanes Karyadi Kusliansjah, Ir., MT., IAI Team : Muhammad Rafid | Riza Larenahadi | Suminto Adi | Yuki Fadilah Site : Babakan Ciamis, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia Latitude — 6°54’31.0”S, Longitude — 107°36’22.8”E Area : 28.000 m2 Year : 2017

The phenomenon of urbanization and a rapidly development were tend to centralized of economics development in major cities in Indonesia has an impact to kampong as local settlements. Urban settlements is a concentration of urban peoples were the urban life is relying to urban kampong. For the example, existence of the urban kampong is giving some working class people with low-income a dwelling place who have jobs in the city. Based on the interview Head of Citizen Association, Endang Sulaiman said “this kampong was formed in 1940-1950. This place is a settlement of peoples from Ciamis. The villagers at that time are the peoples who had chance works in government, for example, Sutan Syahrir as the first Prime Minister, Sayuti Melik, even Ir.Soekarno father of proclamator. In 2011 the societies had received the certification of land from the city government of Bandung. The communities of Kampong Babakan Ciamis had been contributed greatly in aspects of arts and local culture in Bandung. That is obviously proven from the participation of the Babakan Ciamis Youth Community in art and culture event by ceremony Indonesian Independence Day every year. That’s why, the existence of this kampong can be a mutual symbiosis between kampong and the city itself, especially in aspects of tourism and local culture. Kampong Babakan Ciamis is developing by spontaneous and unplanned. Composition of spaces is formed by themselves as a result of interactions and mutual agreement between kampong peoples. Although, in the development spaces process is a process of developing settlements that basically has a character of space themselves were can be understandable as architecturally. Urban Infill Concept became the main idea at this competition, where design as a support facility were will be infill the kampong whitout change the spatial structure of the kampong as massively. With the expetation of that the design can be improving the quality of spaces in kampong and can be presented characteristic of Kampong Babakan Ciamis. //


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Existence of Babakan Ciamis

Babakan Ciamis is one of the oldest kampongs in Bandung City. High-density areas cause reduce of vital spaces for the kampong community to interact activity. The impact is they will loss of the social sense which is one of the spirits of the urban kampong.

The kampong is located in the central of the city that makes the camping community become overt to new cultures. That will make high intensity of acculturation things. On the other side, the local culture will be fading by the time. The worst thing, Babakan Ciamis will lose the character of culture itself.

Babakan Ciamis is located at the main socio-economic path with high economic traffic. This situation is inversely with Babakan Ciamis as a middle-income region.

Babakan Ciamis is located among the offices and commercial area. The existence of kampong as a self-sufficient cultural place has been faded. This will be causing the community of kampong losing the conviction with Babakan Ciamis.

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Surrounded by the positive spaces and tourist spots at city central of Bandung, that’s make Babakan Ciamis area become a strategic place. It’s a potential point to do developing kampong into a new tourist place that calls ‘kampungisasi’.


The main concept is re-creation interaction space. By inserting the cultural things as a point to develop space in kampong that will raise the local wisdom spirit. The interaction spaces are expected to grow into a cultural space that can create a spirit place of kampong Babakan Ciamis.

Babakan Ciamis

High Density Settlement

Green Space

Creative Society

Community Culture

Batik NyĂŠrĂŠ Workshop

Community

Community Economy

Leweung Awi

Healthy Settlement

Waste Management

Workshop Awi & Pasar Hejo

Vernacular Culture

Excursion Program

Gang Hejo

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Babakan Ciamis

Culture Value

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As an urban kampong at a central city with cultural characteristics, Babakan Ciamis will be developed as cultural kampong tourism. The spirit place as a selling point of the kampong can support the economy of kampong community to developing their kampong. 18:00

Program Activity The information system of the cultural program will be integrated with IT network system using a website. The tourist is able to reservation through the website, choosing the cultural event the day before the event will be held.

Community Activity Bengkel Sampah

Batik Nyere

Saung Maca

Ngaliwet

Ulin Bareng

Degungan

Angklung

Calung

Si Cepot

Jaipongan

Pasar Hejo

Layar Tancep

Corat-coret Kampung

Tourist

Access Information

Cultural Performance

Cultural Festival

Reservation for the event Dodog Lojor

Arak-arak Budaya

Maung Depok

Ngaliwet

Kuliner Peuting

New Year Festival

Isra Miraj

Independence Day (17an)

Mauludan

Cucurak

Pasar Awi

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IN SITE CONDITION The kampong area is surrounded by high-intensity roads. The Term of Design is consist of 5 alternative sites. Site A, C, and D have potential as a welcoming place to greet the tourist, Site B and E have a potential to become central activities of kampong as a heart of kampong.

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REDEFINE SITE AND ENTRANCE A term of ‘Datang kudu katingali tarang, indit kudu katingali birit’ will be defining entrance and exit scheme of kampong. ‘Entrance’ has a function as an information center before entering the kampong and ‘exit’ as a farewell place with kampong.

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‘ADDITION PLACE’

LOOPING THE KAMPONG

The participants at this competition allowed to choose maximum 3 sites at kampong. The chosen sites are A, C, and D. As a ‘tri tangtu’. It will be interpreted the three main functions in cultural tourism concept. ‘A’ site as a welcoming place, ‘C’ site as a cultural place, and ‘D’ site as a farewell place.

‘E’ site is a place that has been developed as a place for interaction, cultural event, and neighborhood association office. This site will be ‘included’ as fourth sites for residents area needs. It will be connected with alleyway as a short way from ‘A’ to ‘D’.

Looping the kampong is a theme for the alleyway. The four sites have function as an anchor will be provided by different themes for each alleyway. It will give the impression of different space experience and also as an orientation for the tourist.

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The Cultural Alleyway

17an

Kuliner Peuting

The cultural alleyway as a sign for tourists to guide directly to cultural space. The theme of the cultural alleyway has had the program that will accommodate all the cultural activities of kampong. This alleyway is designed as a main alleyway to hold the cultural festival. At the daily days, the gawangan in alleyway its can be transformed as an anchor for interaction space, space for street vendors, or a place to hanging the festival ornament. The cultural alleyway theme will be applied in a corridor with a minimum size of 3 meters.

The Green Alleyway

Festival Ulin Lampion Babarengan

Pasar Hejo

17an

The green alleyway is a green space concept that will be presented into the corridor. The main function of gawangan as a space for the urban farming community as a place to planting vegetables or other plants. The second function of the green alleyway as an interaction space for kampong peoples. A green market is a weekly event that will transform the green alleyway as a place to sell all commodities from urban farming activities.

The Creative Alleyway

Festival Ulin Corat-coret Lampion Babarengan Kampung

17an

The creative alleyway is a place to accommodate the mural community of Babakan Ciamis. This alleyway will be transformed as a mural gallery. ‘corat-coret kampung’ is an event that will hold every 6 months to refresh the wall. Gawangan will be overgrown with vines that are useful as shade for the community to interact in the alleyway.


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Batik Nyéré Workshop As a representation of a welcoming place, the ‘A’ site has a function as a Batik Nyere Workshop. As an authentic handicraft, batik nyere has a different process from another batik. The making process of batik is using a stick replacing the canting and also have a modest pattern. The second function is a tourist center as a ‘gate’ of kampong Babakan Ciamis. The design will reveal the vernacular identity of Sundanese Architecture. The shape and material reflecting the nature of Sundanese architecture that will be more earthy and environmentally friendly.

The basic form of the design is a triangle that were adapted from the silhouette shape of a traditional Sudanese house.

Bamboo is a simple and lightweight material concept that will be adapted. Stilt building to allow the sites to have a big area of water infiltration.

The design will have 2 storey of level to maximize the needs of spaces program for workshop, gallery, information room and service area.

The form will be divided into two sections. That will optimize airflow and natural light.

The rear building will have to downsize for open space area that has a function for batik drying area needed.

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Leweung Awi Kampong Babakan Ciamis has a strong relationship on their community that is a one of kampong spirit. Nowadays, the technology, modern society and individualistic habits make the relationships on the kampong community is getting faded. Leweung awi or a bamboo forest it will be a place to gather the kampong community and also as a place to hold the activities such as a festival to bring out again the sense of bonding between the communities kampong. Activities like the festival that can keep the culture of kampong still survive, the communities can regale with the festival in the village ambiance among the bamboo forest. The bamboo forest can be the main resource of bamboo as a raw material for building and crafting.

The site will be divided into 2 parts according to the main program. There are cultural festival space and bamboo forest.

The zoning will have a different high elevation. Bamboo forest or leweung awi will be placing into the next of the river. The festival area is at the top with a ramp as access.

There are have 3 main buildings, stage performance, public library, and public toilets. Festival area as a point of interest on the site.

Traditional Sundanese architecture elements that will be presented to bring back vernacular architecture as a cultural spirit.

Cultural Festival The cultural festival is the main activity at ‘C’ site. Saung as a venue festival that will represent of local culture.

Public Toilet Area Public toilet area as a supporting facilities.

Leweung Awi The main function of leweung awi is as a resource of raw material for the buildings. The bamboo lifetime as a material building has the same time with a harvest time of bamboo. It will be a sustainable concept from the material concept.

Saung Maca With nature as a concept it will bring the spirit of the kampong. The place of the building is close to the river with the bamboo forest ambiance that will create a calm atmosphere.

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Bamboo Workshop & Pasar Héjo ‘D’ site has a function as a bamboo workshop area and bamboo gallery. The green space concept will be integrated with Leweung Awi as a resource of bamboo. The rooftop area has a function as an urban farming area. That’s will be a resource of commodities for ‘ngaliwet bareng’ every feast day. Open space area has a concept ‘ ulin babarengan’ will use that open space as a place to playing the traditional games which the toys and the items will be produced from the bamboo workshop. ‘Pasar Hejo or Green Market’ is a bazaar at open space were the communities will sell the harvest of commodities from urban farming.

Open space as a central of site from Bamboo Workshop and Pasar Hejo activities.

Open space will be surrounded by the building. Dividing the massing of the building by the activities. The main activity at the ground floor is a workshop area. The rooftop area as an urban farming area.

The form of the massing is inspired by the clarity character of traditional Sundanese architecture.

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Bamboo Joinery

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Space is a result of an activity. Space is formed and affected by society activities (social, economics, technologies, and politics). Involvement of society is occurring as a requirement to accommodate activities of the society. (Leverbe, 1993)


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// 0 3 F I N D I N G T H E L O S T E C O N O M I C S P A C E “[ U N I T] Y S P A C E”

//Critical Context 1.0 / Studio Unit Padang Unit Master : Dr. Albusyra Fuadi, ST., Msc | Ariyati, ST., MT Team : Rahmadona | Tri Oktaviando | Yuki Fadilah Site : Pasar Raya Kota Padang, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia Latitude — 0°57’06.4”S, Longitude — 100°21’38.8”E Area : 3.500 m2 Year : 2017

Space is never be born without a purpose. According to the analogy of that, the solid-void the city is an answer to demands the peoples who want the presence of the form s in their spaces. Gradually, the forms will be transformed again becoming the spaces were more dynamic as a consequence of demands and answers to the context of places. The reality is the spaces in the center of the city has a tendency about limited space where can’t be comparable with the growth of city activities. The heterogeneity of activities is coming up as the power of the city. But, on the other perspective that is becoming the main problem irregularity in city development. Being an example of the activities and limited spaces, there have realities in the economic space area were some of the space is transformed became an economic space and residential facilities. This phenomenon is not a new issue in architecture. But it can be interesting things when this phenomenon is an answer of problematics in this area. The spaces that arise and disappear due in the shifting meaning of a space where it caused by the demands of the activities. In the same time, peoples can’t realize that spaces are a vital space for their activities. As a consequence, the lost space will arise as a spontaneously in the other spaces. //


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The location of the study case were at Pasar Raya as a central market which is located in the downtown area of Padang. Pasar Raya is the biggest market which sells all commodity from any sectors. The position at the center of the city make this place will be passing by the commuters were living in the south and east as a suburban area to west and north of the city as a commercial and office area. That issue makes Pasar Raya has a predicate as the most crowded place in Padang Finding The Lost Economic Space (?) In the culture of Minangkabau, the traditional market is a one of important point as a considering because of selling-buying or trading activity was a root of Minangkabau culture. Especially, the geographical conditions that make easier peoples be farmers or fisherman as a livelihood. Traditional market in Minangkabau is not only a marketplace, some of the people think Pasar Raya is also a place to hangout with their friends or just flaneur to enjoy the crowded of the market. As A First Space

As A Second Space

As A Third Space

As a first space, the shophouse has two different integrated functions. Ground floor as a shop will be integrated with the first floor as a compact house.

The marketplace is going to be dominant spaces as a second space for society.

The third space is a spontaneous space that are formed between the first space and second space.

In the Third Place concept, the traditional market for most of society that used as a The Second Space. That representation will have a different perspective from other society is think the traditional market as an interaction and entertainment space which means it will be The Third Space. That space (The Third Space) will arise and disappear spontaneously between the First Space and Second Space.

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The site is a shophouse area which has an alleyway as a service pathway along at the center of the site. The alleyway have two different functions for a loading area and back of house area. There are 3 shophouses were sell stationary and book that owned by one person. Third Space will be present in infill design concept. The Third Space has a function as a lounge space for owners, employees and visitors will be presented between the first space and second space.

Infill Design circulation Service circulation of shop houses Existing

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3 shophouses with 1 activity as a potency of site. SITE CONDITION

Inner circulation will have two different levels. Ground floor as a service pathway, first floor as infill design circulation. The Main entrance is from the warehouse. INSIDE CIRCULATION

Infill Desing circulation Infill design Existing

Maximize the potency of the site with infill design concept. The design emphasis will be on the alleyway MASSING

Service circulation of shophouses Existing

Activities will be arranged by the zonification. Ground floor as a commercial space, the first floor as an infill design area. SITE CONDITION

Circulation of Visitors Parking on street Service Circulation Existing

The street were on the side is will be circulation of service. Shophouse as an entrance for visitors who want go to ‘The Third Space’ OUTSIDE CIRCULATION

Canopy Infill Design Existing

A canopy as a design that is will be contrast and also context with existing its will covering. CANOPY

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STACKED BOX CANOPY

(COFFEE SHOP AND LIVE MUSIC) ROOFTOP MARKET

ROOFTOP MARKET AND EXHIBITION SPACE

BEDROOM

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STOCKROOM & SOCIAL SPACE

SERVICE ALLEY

BOOK STORE

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SECONDARY STATIONERY STORE TOILET

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“Induk di pakan, badunsanak-barakaik” is a confession in Minangkabau peoples that’s about the traditional market as an important place in their culture and life. The traditional market is not only a place for buying-selling activities, for some people will have a interpretation the traditional market as a meeting point, a place to rise friendships bonding or just a place to joy a cup of teh talua with old friends. Minangkabau peoples are believing the truth of meaning from “The God will directly give the bless to the peoples who gratefulness with that favor”.


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// 0 4 B A L A I T E L U K K A B U N G

//ARCHIRAY III (2018) Jury : Ir. Sanusi Anwar, MT., IAI | Ir. H.M. Syavir Latif, M.Si | Andika Ferial, S., MT | Yori Antar Team : Felda Zakri | Muhammad Rafid | Yuki Fadilah Site : Bungus, Padang, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia Latitude — 1°01’58.2”S, Longitude — 100°24’52.0”E Area : 10.013 m2 Year : 2018

Traditional market is one of pillar economy in Indonesia which has an important role to increase the welfare of the peoples. The process of haggling between local seller and buyers is one of the characteristics of traditional markets. That makes an interpretation of economic transaction activities is not only about profitability, but also build social communication awareness and interaction. Nowadays, the meaning of the traditional market is been shifted by the modern markets. Where the condition of modern markets is more convenient, neat and clean for buyers. So, the requirement of expertise to propose a space and environment that can be communicator things for physical space, functional space, and aesthetic aspects of space more ideally. The current problems in traditional market design is an inappropriate use of spaces, unattractive building aesthetics, and the environment of the market is not conducive because the market sanitation is not well planned. As the one of the design solution of traditional market, “Smart Architecture” will be the main concept as an answer to the challenge of the traditional market. In the history of Minangkabau traditional, Traditional market became a requirement things to establish a Nagari (district). The traditional market became a local space at the center of a Nagari. However, the traditional market is an embodiment of space in the past that still exists until today and being a central economic place in a Nagari. Moreover, the traditional market in tradition of Minangkabau is not only a place for meets between local sellers and buyers but also become a place to socialize, space for communities to gather that believed to bring out the mercy from the God. //


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PASAR RAYA PADANG Pasar Raya as a central market in Padang becoming central of economic. Its makes Pasar Raya become a place that sells all commodities. There are a primary commodity, second commodity, and another needs. The commodities are distributed from the suburban area or other cities.

Pasar Raya Padang - Pasar Gaung 8 Kilometer

PASAR GAUNG A district market in south of Padang. This traditional market is a central economic in south of Padang.

Pasar Gaung - Pasar Teluk Kabung 13 Kilometer

PASAR TELUK KABUNG Traditional market in Bungus District. Sell all of the local commodities from sea and agriculture sector. This market not operational anymore from 2011.

Balai Teluk Kabung (Teluk Kabung Market) is a traditional market intended by the government for Teluk Kabung District. This market is managed by KUD Bungus Teluk Kabung from the beginning of construction from 2009 till 2011 and was operated only 1 month. The design errors and constrained development that makes seller inconveniences to do buying-selling activities. Teluk Kabung is a district that has an area approximately 10.78 Ha it’s divided into 5 sub-district area. Teluk Kabung peoples must go through 13 kilometers to Gaung Market or through 21 kilometers to Pasar Raya Market as the most complete marketplace which sell the commodities in Padang. Teluk Kabung has potential as agriculture and sea sector with 53.9% peoples work in the agriculture sector and 22.6% work as a fisherman. As a suburban district. Teluk Kabung was the main distribution pathway which makes the commodities from other cities can be dropped in Teluk Kabung. The long-term effects that will help to develop Teluk Kabung as a sub-urban district area.

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Background Issue

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Konsumsi The peoples from Teluk Kabung bring and consume their self commodities.

Distribusi A cost of accommodation Teluk Kabung peoples

Distribusi Some of Teluk Kabung peoples have bought the commodities from sellers in Pasar Gaung and Pasar Raya.

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Produksi A local harvest result of Teluk Kabung

Distribusi Will sell at Balai Teluk Kabung

Konsumsi Buy their commodities without a high accommodations cost.

Badunsanak Create an open space as a social interaction place between sellers-buyers or buyers with cultural communities.

Barakaik Create a design that have sense of harmony and eco-friendly as a thankfully reason to the God.

Local Value

Iduik di Pakan Create a marketplace with a space for social interactions between sellers-buyers which the main purpose the gratefulness and halal.


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Activity Scheme

Arrive

Search Stuff

Buy stuff

Leave

Meet friends and sociallize

Lunch at Lapau

Spending time

Watch Cultural Performances

Arrive

Prepare the suff

Meet friends and sociallize

Selling

Lunch at Lapau

Delivery Order

Praying

Go back home

Watch Cultural Performances

Konsep Belanja Online pada Pasar Tradisional. Sebagai bentuk ruang lokal yang dinamis, pasar seharusnya mampu mengikuti era dan tuntutan zamann adalah trobosan baru yang dihadirkan, berguna agar pedagang pasar tradisional dapat memperluas sistem perdagangan dan mempermudah pelanggan di pasar.

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Download the application from the App Store / Google Play. After that, the users will be allowed to do sign up.

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Users can set how much the things of commodities they need.

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Arrive

Working

Asking retribution to vendor

Go back home

Arrive

Meet friends and sociallize

Lunch at Lapau

Praying

Watch Cultural Performances

Spending time

Practice

Go back home

Lunch at Lapau

Meet friends and sociallize

nya agar tetap eksis bertahan. Konsep belanja online pada pasar tradisional n pasar yang tidak sempat meluangkan waktu disaat saat tertentu untuk hadir Monday

Vegetable Seller

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Secondary Needs Seller

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Secondary Needs Seller

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Secondary Needs Seller

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Secondary Needs Seller

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Secondary Needs Seller

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Secondary Needs Seller

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Culinary Seller

Cultural Show

Tuesday

Vegetable Seller

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Wednesday (Hari Balai / Market Day)

Vegetable Seller

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Thursday

Step 3 The user also can search the sellers as manually were is been registered at the application.

Vegetable Seller

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Friday

Vegetable Seller

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Saturday

Vegetable Seller

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Sunday (Hari Balai / Market Day)

Vegetable Seller

Step 6 When the price gets a deal between buyers and sellers, the buyers must give a confirmation. After that, the items will send to buyers.

Fish Seller

Grocery Seller

Chicken Seller

Butcher Seller

Secondary Needs Seller


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Locality with Modular

Redefinition site is referring to the regulation which 60% as KDB (Provision of Building Coefficient). Makes 3 macro zonings, there are circulation areas, buildings and service area.

The massing of a building is will respond to the entrance area that will be oriented towards the entrance area as a symbol of welcoming.

The form of building as a contextual respond. The modular and iteration massing is making an easier to construct.

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The forms of the building will have transformed to optimize natural light and air flow. A strategy of solid void massing will apply on the mass of the building.

Makes a definition of the void area as green open spaces. The green open space will be placing spread in every space.

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Butcher Counter 44 Sellers in Ground Floor

Fish Counter 76 Sellers in Ground Floor

Secondary Needs Store 18 Sellers in Ground Floor

Grocery and etc. Store 68 Sellers in Ground Floor

Vegetable and Fruits Seller Counter 92 Sellers in Ground Floor

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Butcher Counter

Chicken Seller Counter

Ocean Catch Seller Counter

Fish Pond

Grocery Store, etc

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// 0 5 C U L T U R A L R E F L E C T I O N

//Sayembara Ruang Terbuka Publik Bandara Internasional Adi Soemarmo Surakarta Jury : Ramdan Pradarma (Airport Services Group Head) | Suwandi (Terminal Building Dept. Head) | Eko Bambang S. (Airport Readiness Dept. Head) | IAI Central Java Team : Felda Zakri | Muhammad Rafid | Red Savitra, ST., MT | Yuki Fadilah Site : Adi Soemarmo International Airport, Surakarta, Central Java Latitude — 7°30’46.5”S, Longitude — 110°44’57.3”E Area : 33.200 m2 Year : 2018

An airport is an aerodrome with extended facilities, mostly for commercial air transport. Airports often have facilities to store and maintain aircraft, and a control tower. An airport consists of a landing area, which comprises an aerially accessible open space including at least one operationally active surface such as a runway for a plane to take off[3] or a helipad, and often includes adjacent utility buildings such as control towers, hangars and terminals. Larger airports may have airport aprons, taxiway bridges, air traffic control centres, passenger facilities such as restaurants and lounges, and emergency services. In some countries, the US in particular, they also typically have one or more fixed-base operators, serving general aviation. According to Annex 14 from ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) : Airports has a definite as the specific areas on land or waters (including buildings, installations, and equipment) were intended in whole or in part for the arrival, departure, and movement of aircraft. Definition of the airport according to PT (Persero) Angkasa Pura I is an airfield, including all buildings and equipment, were it is minimal equipment to ensure the availability of facilities for air transportation for the citizen. As a one thing gates of the region/city/country, airports are the important things to give the representation about localities ambiance. With the statement of that, Adi Soemarmo Airport became ‘air gate’ of Surakarta should be able to provide Wonderful Experience to airport passengers by presenting the ambiance of Surakarta at Adi Soemarmo International Airport. In the process to improve the services and providing Wonderful Experience for airport passengers, especially Adi Soemarmo Airport, that be required development, especially in airport public area. The design of public spaces of Adi Soemarmo Airport is expected to increase Passenger Satisfaction and makes the Airport became the main ‘air gate’ for tourists were diverse in culture and local wisdom. //


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Design Approach

Preserving the pattern of existing. The literature of Javanese culture says Gunungan it’s a representation of a harmony in life which is the most of people believe in.

Placemaking is will be presented in a reflection pond as one important things landscape. Its construct of representation things of Bengawan Solo River which also makes site more symmetries and creat monumental and provocative atmosphere.

Reinforce the vernacular characteristic of Joglo at the roof of the building. The addition of Joglo is presenting a modern form at the Departure Hall and Arrival Hall area.

The efficiency of energy as an optimizing action. Natural light will through the ceiling. Space without massive wall it will allow the natural light it means a one step of manifestation in sustainable and friendly-energy design.

Horizontal Plaza as a place for the local community to exhibiting their work art and as a support act of the local artist to introduce and promote the Solo to the public.

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Preserving the pattern of existing. The literature of Javanese culture says Gunungan it’s a representation of a harmony in life which is the most of people believe in.

Symmetrical Harmony and Imaginary Axes The pattern of existing in symmetrical its a representation of Javanese architecture that will be a parameter used as a design reference. Historical Plaza will be added as an exhibition area of local craft industries to the tourist as a representation of “gate” of the city.

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Joglo as A Welcoming Space The harmonization of contemporary and local architecture is reflected in the shade of the roof. Five of Joglo was created as a welcoming space for arrival and departure hall.

Charm of Solo All of the harmonies in the design will represent as a Solo which is a place with shady charm. Solo is a name of a tree which so many in the Mataram Kingdom time at this place.

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Related to the point of consumers service quality its will give the effect to increase the trust level in a business sector. Services quality is a main of bussines strategic companies that must have a commitment to always give a best quality service in development period companies. The satisfaction of services quality is relevant when the consumer have high confidence with aviatior bussiness. (Chen, 2008)

Gapura and Historical Park

Safety

Comfort

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Parking Basement and Reflection Pond

Safety

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Efficiency

Comfort

Secure

Giant Canopy

Safety

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Safety

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Comfort

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Satisfied Passanger Goal

Secure

According to Prof. Josef Prijotomo “architecture is a built-enviorment were is concern at quantitative and scientific aspec. Such as : economic estimates, reasoning of scientific mathematical topography, realibility of costruction, comfortable and safety of peoples or usability and volume of space.

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Basement Parking Area and Reflection Pond Basement Parking is the action to increase parking area capacity. The Basement area will be covered with a giant canopy that will make the visitors have a comfortable feeling. Reflection pool as a temperature balancer and as a representation of Bengawan Solo river.

Majestic Canopy with Shady Charm Canopy has a big covering area as a representation of Solo shady charm. The majestic canopy will give shady space experience from the Solo city is presented at the covering ceiling design with batik parang pattern.

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Preserving the existing circulation to defining drop off zoning at arrival and departure hall, the Joglo as a drop off zone point. As addition place, the basement parking area is made accessibility more easier for the visitor. The other reason is considered about airport development planning.

Motorcycle circulation will be directed to the basement parking area. It will prevent a cross-circulation between two-wheeled vehicle and four-wheeled vehicle. The basement parking area also can be used as a drop-off area for motorbike users.

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Departure and Arrival Bus Circulation

Pedestrian Circulation

City bus will have the drop-off facilities at the departure area, a shuttle bus system, and parking area as a priority policy.

Pedestrian has a width of 1.8 meters will be integrated with the parking area. Trees as a shade will give comfort for pedestrians.


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OTHER WORKS //


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momo is an urban toys project began in early 2019. //

Side to Front View

Side to Back View

momo is made from 100% C21H25ClO5 with white color. The idea is momo as a customizable canvas to trigger creativity. momo is allowing everyone to sculpt, draw, paint, destroy, adding the accessories, dress up into whatever your imagination desires.

Isometry

Assembling Guide //

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Giant momo Say “hi” to The World


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MAQUETTE //

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Material : Bamboo Stick, Styreofoam, Tracing Paper Year : 2017

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ALPHA OMEGA CANTEEN (RAW Architect)


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LEMBUR HEJO Material : Bamboo Stick, Styreofoam, Beermat Year : 2017

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Material : Balsa Sheet, Tracing Paper, Beermat Year : 2017

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Villa at Bali (RAW Architect)


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PHOTOGRAPHY //

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Gate at Candi Ratu Boko, Yogyakarta (2017)

Peek at Candi Ratu Boko, Yogyakarta (2017)

Bold at Taman Sari, Yogyakarta (2017


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Daydreamer at Museum Kereta Keraton, Yogyakarta (2017)

Feminist at Museum Kereta Keraton, Yogyakarta (2017)

Gentle at Padang Lama, Padang (2018)


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Bridge at Garden by The Bay, Singapore (2015)

Hands of Moshe Safdie at Marina Bay, Singapore (2015)

Repetition at Gedung Harmoni, Bogor (2017)


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Shorelines at PLTA Teluk Sirih, Padang (2017)

Pace at Teluk Kabung, Padang (2017)

Sunset Hunter at Teluk Kabung, Padang (2017)


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