Portfolio Arddy Berylian

Arddy Bokslag
Arddy BokslagJunior Architect à Atelier TT
ARDDY BERYLIAN
In five . architecture portfolio
Sydney
JakartaSingapore
Singapore
36 Emerald Hill. real world project
November 2012
Jakarta. Indonesia
Graha Adhi Media Park Office. real world project
Completed January 2014
HERO group headquarter. real world project
Completed April 2014
Sydney,.Australia
The Tumbalong Hotel. academic project
June 2016
Stanmore Communal Micro Houses. academic project
November 2015
CONTENTS
01 02
Bay Precinct Transformation
Connecting multiple public spaces in Blackwattle Bay.
1. Activating water promenade
Treating the water promenade as the main
pulse of public life.
2. Meandering path
Twisting and turning the promenade to
create pockets of spaces to accommo-
date various activities.
3. Connecting Pyrmont to the bay
Establishing new street to connect prome-
nade and the city.
4. Diversity of scale
Creating new buildings on different scale
to create a dynamic promenade, and
smooth transition towards the water
5. Urban park
Giving back to local community by provid-
ing active urban spaces.
6. Public - semi public
Utilizing hotel building mass as a barrier
from the less desired urban context. In-
troducing active hotel facade to activate
pedestrian life along Pyrmont Bridge Rd.
The Tumbalong Hotel
An Urban Resort In the Heart of Sydney CBD
Tumbalong hotel sits in the heart of Bay Pre-
cinct Development. The existing site is dom-
inated by car parking, thus creating a very
unpleasant environment to be in. Therefore
the redevelopment of the whole site is es-
sential, our design reclaims the site back for
pedestrian by introducing urban park. The
design proposal will allow pedestrian to me-
ander freely without the interruption of cars.
Every major design decision in this project
are based on environmental consideration.
The shape and orientation of the hotel, the
placement of the hotel footprint, and also the
treatment of the facade system.
Typology	: Hotel / Mixed used
Location	 : Sydney, Australia
Site area	: 50.245 m2
Date	 : February - June 2016
The hotel takes pride in well integrated design
that enables us to produce highly efficient de-
signandtopqualityambienceatthesametime.
Various Open public areas are introduced
throughout the site. These open public ar-
eas will accommodate various public func-
tion to invite public and activate the whole
site. Extensive plantings are also essential to
transform the site, from barren parking lot
into leafy and tranquil urban parks. Mean-
while the hotel will be integrated seamlessly
with the parks. The hotel aims to create an
urban oasis where the guests can seeks a
retreat from the hustle bustle of Sydney CBD.
To create a tranquil ambience, the hotel ap-
plied biophilic design throughout the building.
The guests will have a constant connection
with nature from the moment they arrived in
the lobby. Connection with nature is estab-
lished through a series of biophilic design
throughout the hotel. The connection will not
only be visual, but also through smellscape,
excellent natural ventilation, and also the pres-
ence of landscape within the interior spaces.
ABOVE I Masterplan	 BELOW I Masterplan diagram
1. Hotel
2. Conference Centre
3. Foyer
4. Seafood Restaurant & Retail
5. Outdoor Cinema
6. Waterfront pool & bar
7. Water taxi terminal
8. Communal recreation park
9. Kids water playground
10. Entrance plaza
11. Waterfront amphiteatre
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BankSt.
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Wattle St.
PyrmontBridgeRd.
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ABOVE I View from promenade
BELOW I Scale model
SECTION - A
SECTION - B
SECTION - C
SECTION - D
05 06
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3
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1. Main entrance
2. Sunken courtyard
3. Courtyard
4. Restaurant
5. Waterfront dining
6. Conference hall
7. Hotel office
8. Retail
TOP I Courtyard ambience	 BOTTOM I Ground floor plan		
1. Efficiency
The hotel building mass started from the efficiency point of view. Dou-
ble loaded corridor as the most efficient arrangements was placed on
existing Sydney Fish Market footprint.
2. Central Courtyard
Introducing centralized courtyard to provide natural ventilation through-
out the hotel.
3. Inviting public
Connecting the courtyard with the water promenade to invite pedestrian
into the hotel.
4. Daylight + Views
Pushing down the north and west wing to allowed daylight to reach
the courtyard all year long, especially winter. This move also allowed all
hotel rooms to have unobstructed view towards the bay.
5. Public - Private - Courtyard Relationship
Separating private area from the 4th floors onwards. Both zones will
have different relationship towards the courtyard. Public area connects
directly with the courtyard. Lower rooms will have the trees in the court-
yard as their foreground, whilst the upper rooms can take a peak to-
wards the courtyard from their balcony.
6. Articulating hotel rooms through facade
Articulating hotel rooms through a series of balconies and plantings.
07 08
TOP I Main lobby ambience	
BOTTOM LEFT I Second floor plan
BOTTOM RIGHT I Third floor plan
OPPOSITE TOP LEFT I Typical floor plan 1
OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT I Typical floor plan 2
OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Hotel room floor plan
09 10
OPPOSITE TOP I Suite floor plan
OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Suite private pool
THIS PAGE I Corridor ambience
11 12
Sliding Glass Door with powder
coated alum frame frame
Folding glass door with
powder coated alum frame
West facing wooden strip
Glass bricks
Steel frame
Reflective pool
Planter box
OPPOSITE TOP I Room section		 OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Hotel section
LEFT I West facade section			 RIGHT I East facade section
13 14
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PV panel + solar thermal
PV panel and solar thermal panel are placed on
the rooftop of the public areas and conference
centre. These panels will produce electricity
and heat energy which being converted in the
transformer in the basement before reaching the
hotel rooms.
Electricity connection from PV panel
Heat connection from solar thermal panel
Pre - fab module.
Prefab construction
Typical hotel rooms in the Tumablomg will be
pre - fabricated.These system allowed signifi-
cantly faster construction time, reducing the
project cost while maintaining high construc-
tion quality.
The hotel will use hybrid construction system
between conventional concrete structure to
provide stability on both ends, and pre fabri-
cated module in the moddle.
Vertical garden + planter boxes
Vertical gardens are introduced both on the east-
ern facade and featured wall n the main lobby.
Meanwhile planter boxes with small trees are
introduced throughout the hotel. Plantings are
essential to create a resort ambience nd estab-
lished conenction between guests and nature.
Landscapping takes 20% of the total hotel area.
Water catchment + filtration
Rainwater were harvested both on the rooftop
and ground floor. The rainwater then filtered
through natural and artificial filters. Furthermore
the water are stored in the tank room in the base-
ment before they were sent to the smaller tank in
the rooftop. From there the water are distributed
to each room by gravity.
46 % of the hotel water consumption consist of
restroom and landscaping needs. Therefore har-
vesting rainwater and recycling grey water can
satisfy this needs.
Greywater recycle produce 7954 Kl / year. Com-
bined with 3600 KL from rainwater harvesting
exceeded the annual water consumption (9700
KL)
15 16
Stanmore Micro Houses
Innovation for Suburbia.The revival of communal living
Typology	: Residential
Location	 : Sydney, Australia
Site area	: 23.000 m2
Date	 : February - December 2015
“The main aim for this innovation for suburbia is to create a new
typology of houses which is at least 4 times more efficient than the
existing suburban houses, providing more houses to the perpetual
problem of population growth in Sydney.”
The design scheme aims to create an environment where commu-
nal activities are encouraged. Typical modern suburban block often
tends to isolate its residents from their neighbors.The lack of communal
gathering spaces often forced the residents to stay in their house. This
design scheme would encourage its residents to go out and mingle with
their neighbors. Communal spaces such as sitting areas, barbeque ar-
eas, small green areas, and large public parks are provided throughout
the site. In addition, the idea of shared semipublic outdoor area are also
implemented according to the three different users. The three different
user groups has different level of preferred level of privacy, therefore
as much as this design scheme encourage communal living, different
level of privacy would also need to be provided on each user groups.
In this design scheme, pedestrian circulation takes precedent over
vehicular circulation. Therefore there are no new additional roads
that were created to penetrate the site. Off street parking are provid-
ed along the Douglas street and Gordon Cres on the northern and
southern side. The residents who use private vehicle are forced to park
in these 2 parking zones and walk to their house. This strategy are
placed in order to increase the chances of additional meeting between
residents. This design scheme encourage its residents to use public
transport, which are greatly supported by the site condition as multiple
bus stops and train stations are located in close proximity to the site.
The three different user groups are clustered separately as they all have
a very different characteristics, thus different type of space were need-
ed. The university students are typically tends to gather among them-
selves. Therefore communality can be really pushed in this user group
cluster. Young families in the other hand would need a higher level
of privacy. Therefore total privacy should be provided in their houses.
With that being said communality can still be achieved through shared
backyard area. The shared backyard area were achieved by integrating
4 houses small backyard into 1 spacious backyard. With this strategy
each family will have the option to meet their neighbor by simply step-
ping out to their backyard area.
Meanwhile the young professionals would need the most privacy com-
pared to the other user groups. This young professionals would need a
house that could be a refuge for them, after working on their workplace
for the whole day. Several communal gathering space are provided
in this cluster, thus providing space for the residents to gather if they
chose to.
Pedestrian Circulation
Pedestrian circulation are prioritized over vehicular circulation in this
scheme. Main diagonal pathway is introduced as a shortcut that can be
benefitted by not only the residents but the surroundings residents as
well. Dedicated pedestrian also introduced around the perimeter, blend-
ing pathway, green areas and sitting areas as a buffer zone. Entrance
to the university student cluster and young professional cluster can be
reach from the main diagonal pathway.
Figure Ground
The new design scheme show greater density throughout the site.
House Cluster
All three user groups are clustered separately in different area. Young
families cluster are located along the northern and southern perimeter
area. University student houses are clustered together surrounding a
main communal park, whilst row of young professionals houses are
placed to go along with the contours.
Communal spaces
Introducing various communal spaces throughout the site is essential,
to create a lively community throughout the site. A spacious park is
located adjacent to the main pathway, allowing total access for public
to use.Another open courtyard is located in the middle of the university
student’s cluster to accommodate the student’s needs of open active
area. Multiple open area are also provided on the streetscape and on
the young family houses backyard to provide controlled open area for
the young families.
17 18
1. Main pathway
2. Young professional cluster
3. University student cluster
4. Young family cluster
5. Streetscape pedestrian path
6. Bus stop
7. Sitting area wooden platform
8. Public park
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THIS PAGE I Masterplan
19 20
1. Cluster entrance
2. Passive green area
3. Active green area
4. Semi outdoor communal pavilion
5.Outdoor study area
4
3
2
1
5
Typical suburban house
Starting from typical suburban
house with front yard, side yard,
and individual backyard.
Ground floor plan
Second floor plan
Side orientation
Pushing the house to the side
boundary, creating single con-
tinuous communal outdoor
space
L-shape house
Shifting the rectangular massing
with L-shape massing, wrap-
ping around the courtyard.
Shared outdoor terrace
Inserting a shared outdoor ter-
race as a connecting space be-
tween the two houses.
5. Public & private
Clearly distinguish public area
and private area through roof
level and clear separation of
spaces. TOP I Section - A
MIDDLE I Section - B
BOTTOM I Front elevation
University Student Cluster
21 22
1. Pedestrian pathway
2. Sitting area
3. Off street parking bay
4. Shared backyard
5. Public park
6. Communal sitting area
7. Bus stop
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1
2 3
3
4
5
6
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Typical suburban house
Starting from typical suburban
house with front yard, side yard,
and individual backyard.
Maximizing backyard
Pushing the houses massing to
the front boundary to maximize
backyard area and maintaining
existing street line on north and
south boundaries.
Stacking arrangements
To increase the density, stack-
ing arrangements was done. All
4 houses will be oriented to the
backyard.
Forming shared backyard
Rotating the first and the fourth
house massing to create a shared
backyard space.Thus a controlled
backyard can be formed which is
ideal to be used as a kids play
area.
Elevate first and fourth houses
Elevating the first and fourth hous-
es in order to save space and
provide additional privacy
Young Family Cluster
TOP I Masterplan		 		BOTTOM I Front elevation
OPPOSITE TOP I Ground floor plan		 OPPOSITE MIDDLE I Second floor plan
OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Section - A
23 24
Young Professional Cluster
1. Main corridor
2. Semi private backyard
3. Communal gathering area
4. Communal park
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2
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3
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4
4
4
4
Typical suburban house
Starting from typical suburban house with
back to back individual backyard
Interlock interior and exterior space
Subtracting the house massing into an
L-shape to allowed nature to interact with the
interior space further
Indoor outdoor relation
Inserting terrace to allowed the interior living
area to expand out.
Elevating the most private area
Bedroom with ensuite bathroom and robe are
place on the second floor to ensure most pri-
vacy to this area.
Slanted roof
Introducing slanted room to lower the overall
building height, to allowed more sun penetra-
tion into the backyard area, and in the same
time breaking the monotonous effect that was
caused by the house repetition
House arrangements
To maintain the resident’s privacy, each house
was rotated 180 degrees compared to the
house behind it. With this arrangements the
terrace area are secluded enough to give
privacy to the owner. Each terrace will face a
neighbour’s blank wall instead of the neigh-
bour’s terrace
25 26
36 Emerald Hill
Rejuvinating traditional Singaporean shophouse
Typology	: Residential / Preservation
Location	 : Singapore
Site area	: 240 m2
Date	 : September 2013
Entrance foyer
Water element is used to invade the foyer and
living room to give an outdoorsy feeling. A
beautiful U shape stair is located right in front
of the main entrance as a vocal point.
Outdoor courtyard
Courtyard enlargement is one of the most sig-
nificant improvement. Furthermore the roof is
also taken away, in order to brings fresh air
into the interior space. Dipping pool will be the
main feature of the courtyard.
Bedroom
Bedrooms will be located on the 2nd & 3rd
floor adjacent with the courtyard to ensure
each bedroom will have enough natural light
and fresh air. Each bedroom will have full
height folding custom wooden door.
Upon the clients request to enhance the value of their existing conservation shop house, the team em-
barked on a study to rejuvenate the typology of a shop house while embracing it with additional programmat-
ic elements as per the brief. The result was a multi-level residence with central courtyard filled with light and texture
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
THIRD FLOOR PLAN EXISTING DIAGRAM ALTERATION DIAGRAM
27 28
Grha Adhi Media Office Park
Redefining shophouse typology
Typology	: Commercial / Shophouse
Location	 : Jakarta, Indonesia
Site area	: 3500 m2
Date	 : February 2012 - January 2014
Orientation
The building mass is place to block the exist-
ing warehouse from the street view
Maximizing space
With the introduction of elevated public area,
the 3rd and 4th floor have its own entrance
Connecting space
Both public area is connected with a central-
ized grand staircase.
Space management
The overall space management will be treated
to be 2 different rental spaces with each spac-
es will have 2 floors.
Three Layers of Urban Landscape
Typical shop house massing
Started with typical shop house space man-
agement
Elevated ground floor
Introduce another ground floor in the third
floor to create another public space.
The project program is creating a typical shop house which will be rented as a separate unit. Typical shop house in Indonesia has 4 floors, which
supposed to rented by one tenant.The problem with this typology is the waste of space on the third and fourth floor. Most of the time only the first
2 floors are used by the tenant, While the 3rd and 4th story are left as a storage or unused space. This project main design goal, is to optimize
the 2 uppermost floor to give this project an added value.
To breakdown the problem, basically the 3rd and 4th floor are simply too far from the main circulation area, which is the ground floor. The idea of
creating another ground level is used to solve this problem. 3rd floor sky deck is introduce, which connected to the ground floor using 1 central
grand staircase. Hence the 3rd and 4th floor will have its own entrance from the common area, Therefore this 2 floors will have the flexibility to
be rented to its own tenant.
29 30
OPPOSITE TOP I Ground floor plan		 OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Third floor plan
TOP I Main staircase plan			 BOTTOM I Main staircase elevation
31 32
HERO Headquarter
Work in the park
Typology	: Commercial / Office
Location	 : Jakarta, Indonesia
Site area	: 4600 m2
Date	 : June 2013 - April 2014
HERO group is one of the biggest company in Indonesia.This project is
their new Headquarter which located in a serene sub urban area. They
moved from their former headquarter which located right in the heart of
City Central Jakarta. The main reason of this transfer is to find a more
tranquil space for their working environment.
The previous office has 12th floors with small floor plate area that re-
strain each floor to be filled by 1 division only. The new office will only
have 5 floors but it has a significant larger floorplate. The main purpose
of the new office is to increase the connection and team work between
divisions in HERO group. The new design has big enough floorplate
area in each floor to serve 2 - 3 division in each floor. Therefore inter-
action between inter-division workers will happen more often. Further-
more, sky garden is also introduced in each floor as a public space and
interaction point.
Sky garden
Splitting the building mass with sky garden,
which can be enjoyed by both wings during
working hours as social space.
Second floor plan (22 %) Third floor plan (18 %) Fourth floor plan (16 %) Fifth floor plan (67 %)
Environmental friendly
Openings on both sides of the building enable
the main circulation area to use natural ven-
tilation
Second Skin
The building will be wrap by alumunium louvre.
The louvre will filter the direct sunlight from
pouring inside the building, especially in east
- west facade.
The design will answer the client demand with creating a lot of land-
scape surrounding the working area.The building will be consisted of 5
office floors which has sky garden spreads out in every level. The roof-
top will be functioned as a multi-function hall with big lush roof garden
right in front of the hall. This new office building will be connected to an
existing shopping mall building.
The building mass will be cut in half into 2 building mass which con-
nected by a sky garden in the middle. This opening will enable natural
lights and ventilation to pours into the main circulation area. Therefore
air conditioning and usage of artificial lighting can be reduce.
OPPOSITE TOP I Streetview
OPPOSITE MIDDLE I Third floor plan
OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Green area diagram
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35 36
LEFT TOP I Roof garden
LEFT MIDDLE I Typical office interior
LEFT BOTTOM I roof garden
OPPOSITE RIGHT I Double skin facade
MIDDLE I Facade section

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Portfolio Arddy Berylian

  • 1. ARDDY BERYLIAN In five . architecture portfolio
  • 2. Sydney JakartaSingapore Singapore 36 Emerald Hill. real world project November 2012 Jakarta. Indonesia Graha Adhi Media Park Office. real world project Completed January 2014 HERO group headquarter. real world project Completed April 2014 Sydney,.Australia The Tumbalong Hotel. academic project June 2016 Stanmore Communal Micro Houses. academic project November 2015 CONTENTS 01 02
  • 3. Bay Precinct Transformation Connecting multiple public spaces in Blackwattle Bay. 1. Activating water promenade Treating the water promenade as the main pulse of public life. 2. Meandering path Twisting and turning the promenade to create pockets of spaces to accommo- date various activities. 3. Connecting Pyrmont to the bay Establishing new street to connect prome- nade and the city. 4. Diversity of scale Creating new buildings on different scale to create a dynamic promenade, and smooth transition towards the water 5. Urban park Giving back to local community by provid- ing active urban spaces. 6. Public - semi public Utilizing hotel building mass as a barrier from the less desired urban context. In- troducing active hotel facade to activate pedestrian life along Pyrmont Bridge Rd. The Tumbalong Hotel An Urban Resort In the Heart of Sydney CBD Tumbalong hotel sits in the heart of Bay Pre- cinct Development. The existing site is dom- inated by car parking, thus creating a very unpleasant environment to be in. Therefore the redevelopment of the whole site is es- sential, our design reclaims the site back for pedestrian by introducing urban park. The design proposal will allow pedestrian to me- ander freely without the interruption of cars. Every major design decision in this project are based on environmental consideration. The shape and orientation of the hotel, the placement of the hotel footprint, and also the treatment of the facade system. Typology : Hotel / Mixed used Location : Sydney, Australia Site area : 50.245 m2 Date : February - June 2016 The hotel takes pride in well integrated design that enables us to produce highly efficient de- signandtopqualityambienceatthesametime. Various Open public areas are introduced throughout the site. These open public ar- eas will accommodate various public func- tion to invite public and activate the whole site. Extensive plantings are also essential to transform the site, from barren parking lot into leafy and tranquil urban parks. Mean- while the hotel will be integrated seamlessly with the parks. The hotel aims to create an urban oasis where the guests can seeks a retreat from the hustle bustle of Sydney CBD. To create a tranquil ambience, the hotel ap- plied biophilic design throughout the building. The guests will have a constant connection with nature from the moment they arrived in the lobby. Connection with nature is estab- lished through a series of biophilic design throughout the hotel. The connection will not only be visual, but also through smellscape, excellent natural ventilation, and also the pres- ence of landscape within the interior spaces. ABOVE I Masterplan BELOW I Masterplan diagram 1. Hotel 2. Conference Centre 3. Foyer 4. Seafood Restaurant & Retail 5. Outdoor Cinema 6. Waterfront pool & bar 7. Water taxi terminal 8. Communal recreation park 9. Kids water playground 10. Entrance plaza 11. Waterfront amphiteatre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 BankSt. A A D D B B C C Wattle St. PyrmontBridgeRd. 03 04
  • 4. ABOVE I View from promenade BELOW I Scale model SECTION - A SECTION - B SECTION - C SECTION - D 05 06
  • 5. 1 2 3 4 6 5 7 8 1. Main entrance 2. Sunken courtyard 3. Courtyard 4. Restaurant 5. Waterfront dining 6. Conference hall 7. Hotel office 8. Retail TOP I Courtyard ambience BOTTOM I Ground floor plan 1. Efficiency The hotel building mass started from the efficiency point of view. Dou- ble loaded corridor as the most efficient arrangements was placed on existing Sydney Fish Market footprint. 2. Central Courtyard Introducing centralized courtyard to provide natural ventilation through- out the hotel. 3. Inviting public Connecting the courtyard with the water promenade to invite pedestrian into the hotel. 4. Daylight + Views Pushing down the north and west wing to allowed daylight to reach the courtyard all year long, especially winter. This move also allowed all hotel rooms to have unobstructed view towards the bay. 5. Public - Private - Courtyard Relationship Separating private area from the 4th floors onwards. Both zones will have different relationship towards the courtyard. Public area connects directly with the courtyard. Lower rooms will have the trees in the court- yard as their foreground, whilst the upper rooms can take a peak to- wards the courtyard from their balcony. 6. Articulating hotel rooms through facade Articulating hotel rooms through a series of balconies and plantings. 07 08
  • 6. TOP I Main lobby ambience BOTTOM LEFT I Second floor plan BOTTOM RIGHT I Third floor plan OPPOSITE TOP LEFT I Typical floor plan 1 OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT I Typical floor plan 2 OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Hotel room floor plan 09 10
  • 7. OPPOSITE TOP I Suite floor plan OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Suite private pool THIS PAGE I Corridor ambience 11 12
  • 8. Sliding Glass Door with powder coated alum frame frame Folding glass door with powder coated alum frame West facing wooden strip Glass bricks Steel frame Reflective pool Planter box OPPOSITE TOP I Room section OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Hotel section LEFT I West facade section RIGHT I East facade section 13 14
  • 9. 4500 GROUND FLOOR 4500 LVL 2 LVL 3 LVL 4 LVL 5 LVL 6 LVL 7 LVL 8 LVL 9 LVL 10 LVL 11 LVL 12 LVL 13 LVL 14 LVL 15 LVL 16 LVL 17 ROOF LVL 6000 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 4100 4500 GROUND FLOOR 4500 LVL 2 LVL 3 LVL 4 LVL 5 LVL 6 LVL 7 LVL 8 LVL 9 LVL 10 LVL 11 LVL 12 LVL 13 LVL 14 LVL 15 LVL 16 LVL 17 ROOF LVL 6000 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 4100 PV panel + solar thermal PV panel and solar thermal panel are placed on the rooftop of the public areas and conference centre. These panels will produce electricity and heat energy which being converted in the transformer in the basement before reaching the hotel rooms. Electricity connection from PV panel Heat connection from solar thermal panel Pre - fab module. Prefab construction Typical hotel rooms in the Tumablomg will be pre - fabricated.These system allowed signifi- cantly faster construction time, reducing the project cost while maintaining high construc- tion quality. The hotel will use hybrid construction system between conventional concrete structure to provide stability on both ends, and pre fabri- cated module in the moddle. Vertical garden + planter boxes Vertical gardens are introduced both on the east- ern facade and featured wall n the main lobby. Meanwhile planter boxes with small trees are introduced throughout the hotel. Plantings are essential to create a resort ambience nd estab- lished conenction between guests and nature. Landscapping takes 20% of the total hotel area. Water catchment + filtration Rainwater were harvested both on the rooftop and ground floor. The rainwater then filtered through natural and artificial filters. Furthermore the water are stored in the tank room in the base- ment before they were sent to the smaller tank in the rooftop. From there the water are distributed to each room by gravity. 46 % of the hotel water consumption consist of restroom and landscaping needs. Therefore har- vesting rainwater and recycling grey water can satisfy this needs. Greywater recycle produce 7954 Kl / year. Com- bined with 3600 KL from rainwater harvesting exceeded the annual water consumption (9700 KL) 15 16
  • 10. Stanmore Micro Houses Innovation for Suburbia.The revival of communal living Typology : Residential Location : Sydney, Australia Site area : 23.000 m2 Date : February - December 2015 “The main aim for this innovation for suburbia is to create a new typology of houses which is at least 4 times more efficient than the existing suburban houses, providing more houses to the perpetual problem of population growth in Sydney.” The design scheme aims to create an environment where commu- nal activities are encouraged. Typical modern suburban block often tends to isolate its residents from their neighbors.The lack of communal gathering spaces often forced the residents to stay in their house. This design scheme would encourage its residents to go out and mingle with their neighbors. Communal spaces such as sitting areas, barbeque ar- eas, small green areas, and large public parks are provided throughout the site. In addition, the idea of shared semipublic outdoor area are also implemented according to the three different users. The three different user groups has different level of preferred level of privacy, therefore as much as this design scheme encourage communal living, different level of privacy would also need to be provided on each user groups. In this design scheme, pedestrian circulation takes precedent over vehicular circulation. Therefore there are no new additional roads that were created to penetrate the site. Off street parking are provid- ed along the Douglas street and Gordon Cres on the northern and southern side. The residents who use private vehicle are forced to park in these 2 parking zones and walk to their house. This strategy are placed in order to increase the chances of additional meeting between residents. This design scheme encourage its residents to use public transport, which are greatly supported by the site condition as multiple bus stops and train stations are located in close proximity to the site. The three different user groups are clustered separately as they all have a very different characteristics, thus different type of space were need- ed. The university students are typically tends to gather among them- selves. Therefore communality can be really pushed in this user group cluster. Young families in the other hand would need a higher level of privacy. Therefore total privacy should be provided in their houses. With that being said communality can still be achieved through shared backyard area. The shared backyard area were achieved by integrating 4 houses small backyard into 1 spacious backyard. With this strategy each family will have the option to meet their neighbor by simply step- ping out to their backyard area. Meanwhile the young professionals would need the most privacy com- pared to the other user groups. This young professionals would need a house that could be a refuge for them, after working on their workplace for the whole day. Several communal gathering space are provided in this cluster, thus providing space for the residents to gather if they chose to. Pedestrian Circulation Pedestrian circulation are prioritized over vehicular circulation in this scheme. Main diagonal pathway is introduced as a shortcut that can be benefitted by not only the residents but the surroundings residents as well. Dedicated pedestrian also introduced around the perimeter, blend- ing pathway, green areas and sitting areas as a buffer zone. Entrance to the university student cluster and young professional cluster can be reach from the main diagonal pathway. Figure Ground The new design scheme show greater density throughout the site. House Cluster All three user groups are clustered separately in different area. Young families cluster are located along the northern and southern perimeter area. University student houses are clustered together surrounding a main communal park, whilst row of young professionals houses are placed to go along with the contours. Communal spaces Introducing various communal spaces throughout the site is essential, to create a lively community throughout the site. A spacious park is located adjacent to the main pathway, allowing total access for public to use.Another open courtyard is located in the middle of the university student’s cluster to accommodate the student’s needs of open active area. Multiple open area are also provided on the streetscape and on the young family houses backyard to provide controlled open area for the young families. 17 18
  • 11. 1. Main pathway 2. Young professional cluster 3. University student cluster 4. Young family cluster 5. Streetscape pedestrian path 6. Bus stop 7. Sitting area wooden platform 8. Public park 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 THIS PAGE I Masterplan 19 20
  • 12. 1. Cluster entrance 2. Passive green area 3. Active green area 4. Semi outdoor communal pavilion 5.Outdoor study area 4 3 2 1 5 Typical suburban house Starting from typical suburban house with front yard, side yard, and individual backyard. Ground floor plan Second floor plan Side orientation Pushing the house to the side boundary, creating single con- tinuous communal outdoor space L-shape house Shifting the rectangular massing with L-shape massing, wrap- ping around the courtyard. Shared outdoor terrace Inserting a shared outdoor ter- race as a connecting space be- tween the two houses. 5. Public & private Clearly distinguish public area and private area through roof level and clear separation of spaces. TOP I Section - A MIDDLE I Section - B BOTTOM I Front elevation University Student Cluster 21 22
  • 13. 1. Pedestrian pathway 2. Sitting area 3. Off street parking bay 4. Shared backyard 5. Public park 6. Communal sitting area 7. Bus stop 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 Typical suburban house Starting from typical suburban house with front yard, side yard, and individual backyard. Maximizing backyard Pushing the houses massing to the front boundary to maximize backyard area and maintaining existing street line on north and south boundaries. Stacking arrangements To increase the density, stack- ing arrangements was done. All 4 houses will be oriented to the backyard. Forming shared backyard Rotating the first and the fourth house massing to create a shared backyard space.Thus a controlled backyard can be formed which is ideal to be used as a kids play area. Elevate first and fourth houses Elevating the first and fourth hous- es in order to save space and provide additional privacy Young Family Cluster TOP I Masterplan BOTTOM I Front elevation OPPOSITE TOP I Ground floor plan OPPOSITE MIDDLE I Second floor plan OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Section - A 23 24
  • 14. Young Professional Cluster 1. Main corridor 2. Semi private backyard 3. Communal gathering area 4. Communal park 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 34 4 4 4 4 Typical suburban house Starting from typical suburban house with back to back individual backyard Interlock interior and exterior space Subtracting the house massing into an L-shape to allowed nature to interact with the interior space further Indoor outdoor relation Inserting terrace to allowed the interior living area to expand out. Elevating the most private area Bedroom with ensuite bathroom and robe are place on the second floor to ensure most pri- vacy to this area. Slanted roof Introducing slanted room to lower the overall building height, to allowed more sun penetra- tion into the backyard area, and in the same time breaking the monotonous effect that was caused by the house repetition House arrangements To maintain the resident’s privacy, each house was rotated 180 degrees compared to the house behind it. With this arrangements the terrace area are secluded enough to give privacy to the owner. Each terrace will face a neighbour’s blank wall instead of the neigh- bour’s terrace 25 26
  • 15. 36 Emerald Hill Rejuvinating traditional Singaporean shophouse Typology : Residential / Preservation Location : Singapore Site area : 240 m2 Date : September 2013 Entrance foyer Water element is used to invade the foyer and living room to give an outdoorsy feeling. A beautiful U shape stair is located right in front of the main entrance as a vocal point. Outdoor courtyard Courtyard enlargement is one of the most sig- nificant improvement. Furthermore the roof is also taken away, in order to brings fresh air into the interior space. Dipping pool will be the main feature of the courtyard. Bedroom Bedrooms will be located on the 2nd & 3rd floor adjacent with the courtyard to ensure each bedroom will have enough natural light and fresh air. Each bedroom will have full height folding custom wooden door. Upon the clients request to enhance the value of their existing conservation shop house, the team em- barked on a study to rejuvenate the typology of a shop house while embracing it with additional programmat- ic elements as per the brief. The result was a multi-level residence with central courtyard filled with light and texture GROUND FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN THIRD FLOOR PLAN EXISTING DIAGRAM ALTERATION DIAGRAM 27 28
  • 16. Grha Adhi Media Office Park Redefining shophouse typology Typology : Commercial / Shophouse Location : Jakarta, Indonesia Site area : 3500 m2 Date : February 2012 - January 2014 Orientation The building mass is place to block the exist- ing warehouse from the street view Maximizing space With the introduction of elevated public area, the 3rd and 4th floor have its own entrance Connecting space Both public area is connected with a central- ized grand staircase. Space management The overall space management will be treated to be 2 different rental spaces with each spac- es will have 2 floors. Three Layers of Urban Landscape Typical shop house massing Started with typical shop house space man- agement Elevated ground floor Introduce another ground floor in the third floor to create another public space. The project program is creating a typical shop house which will be rented as a separate unit. Typical shop house in Indonesia has 4 floors, which supposed to rented by one tenant.The problem with this typology is the waste of space on the third and fourth floor. Most of the time only the first 2 floors are used by the tenant, While the 3rd and 4th story are left as a storage or unused space. This project main design goal, is to optimize the 2 uppermost floor to give this project an added value. To breakdown the problem, basically the 3rd and 4th floor are simply too far from the main circulation area, which is the ground floor. The idea of creating another ground level is used to solve this problem. 3rd floor sky deck is introduce, which connected to the ground floor using 1 central grand staircase. Hence the 3rd and 4th floor will have its own entrance from the common area, Therefore this 2 floors will have the flexibility to be rented to its own tenant. 29 30
  • 17. OPPOSITE TOP I Ground floor plan OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Third floor plan TOP I Main staircase plan BOTTOM I Main staircase elevation 31 32
  • 18. HERO Headquarter Work in the park Typology : Commercial / Office Location : Jakarta, Indonesia Site area : 4600 m2 Date : June 2013 - April 2014 HERO group is one of the biggest company in Indonesia.This project is their new Headquarter which located in a serene sub urban area. They moved from their former headquarter which located right in the heart of City Central Jakarta. The main reason of this transfer is to find a more tranquil space for their working environment. The previous office has 12th floors with small floor plate area that re- strain each floor to be filled by 1 division only. The new office will only have 5 floors but it has a significant larger floorplate. The main purpose of the new office is to increase the connection and team work between divisions in HERO group. The new design has big enough floorplate area in each floor to serve 2 - 3 division in each floor. Therefore inter- action between inter-division workers will happen more often. Further- more, sky garden is also introduced in each floor as a public space and interaction point. Sky garden Splitting the building mass with sky garden, which can be enjoyed by both wings during working hours as social space. Second floor plan (22 %) Third floor plan (18 %) Fourth floor plan (16 %) Fifth floor plan (67 %) Environmental friendly Openings on both sides of the building enable the main circulation area to use natural ven- tilation Second Skin The building will be wrap by alumunium louvre. The louvre will filter the direct sunlight from pouring inside the building, especially in east - west facade. The design will answer the client demand with creating a lot of land- scape surrounding the working area.The building will be consisted of 5 office floors which has sky garden spreads out in every level. The roof- top will be functioned as a multi-function hall with big lush roof garden right in front of the hall. This new office building will be connected to an existing shopping mall building. The building mass will be cut in half into 2 building mass which con- nected by a sky garden in the middle. This opening will enable natural lights and ventilation to pours into the main circulation area. Therefore air conditioning and usage of artificial lighting can be reduce. OPPOSITE TOP I Streetview OPPOSITE MIDDLE I Third floor plan OPPOSITE BOTTOM I Green area diagram 33 34
  • 19. 35 36 LEFT TOP I Roof garden LEFT MIDDLE I Typical office interior LEFT BOTTOM I roof garden OPPOSITE RIGHT I Double skin facade MIDDLE I Facade section