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Tony Hartanto Widjarnarso


Selected works 2006 - 2012 TonyHWidjarnarso@gmail.com + 6 2 8 7 8 5 9 4 2 7 4 5 0

PERSONAL DETAILS
Full Name Date of Birth Place of Birth Marital Status Religion Nationality Address : Tony Hartanto Widjarnarso : 9th of July, 1988 : Jakarta, Indonesia : Single : Christian : Indonesian : Jakarta, Indonesia Taman Kedoya Baru F/34 11520. Jakarta

INTERESTS
Architecture, and design. Art in general, including music and performing arts. Particularly interested in social, cultural, political, and historical issues. Had been active in architectural students forum and organizations. Urban design, and any literature concerning the reason behind a project development. Also interested in philosophical literature, and traveling. Hold a certain amount of interest in digital - media based design, used to be quite active on writing tutorials for the student organization.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Personal Profile..............01 Introduction..................02 Professional Works.........03 Poly Yang Jiang..............04 Wuhan WJD...................11 Academic Works.............15 Sport Center..................16 Musical Complex............19 Conservatorium.............23 Freelance Work..............26 Bank Indonesia..............27 BCCF Container..............30

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
2006 - 2010 ITB, (Institut Teknologi Bandung / Bandung Institute of Technology), School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development. Department of Architecture 2004 - 2006 SMUK 1, BPK Penabur Jakarta, Christian High School

WORK EXPERIENCES
AECOM ( Intern ) Junior Urban Designer. June 2010 - August 2010 DOT ( Design Oriented Territory ) ( Freelance ) Junior Architect September 2010 - January 2011 DP ARCHITECTS Architectural Assistant February 2011 - March 2012

ACHIEVEMENTS
2009 KENMI (National Indonesian Student Conference on Energy), Department of architecture representative and speaker FIMA Jabar ( West Java Architectural Student Forum) Goes to School, featured work ITB - ITS - FHE Collaboration Studio, selected as a representative from Bandung Institute of Technology

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
English Indonesian ; TOEFL IBT 111 out of 120 ; native language

INTRODUCTION
As someone who was architecturally educated, my work had always focused around buildings and space, a common object to many of Indonesias planner, as many of them came from either the same architecture background, or planning background which puts a heavy emphasis on land use and zoning regula ons, both considered an engineering study eld in Indonesia. These two studies cons tuted most of the theore cal frameworks which forms the base of urban planning policies in Indonesia. Having prac ced the profession for a couple of years though, I have come to the conclusion that the urban structure of ci es are not formed just by architecture and urban design / planning related policies. Certainly the planning and building of city structures are implemented through such means, but the formula on of these policies itself were o en driven more by economic, social, and poli cal condi ons -- all disciplines of social science -- as opposed to engineering or physical science. Urban, architectural, and other forms of designs -- all having a physical manifestaon -- would s ll have to comply with the very ra onal laws of physics in order to be built, but the concep on of such design proposals itself are derived from a very human interests, and thus are some mes -- if not o en -- irra onal by nature. In accordance to my opinion on the nature of the subjects planning deals with, I have since then grown a keen interests on issues I feel related to planning such as : contemporary art, history, economic development, poli cal environment, philosophy and even market trends, as I think it relates closely to the public (crowd) psychology. Progressive planners, whose research, recommenda ons and decisions amalgamates both the ra onal and irra onal aspects of planning are key to solve todays increasingly more complex problems. Being more complex and increasingly mul - dimensional, many of the issues we are facing presents itself in myriads of ways. The amount of these issues are numerous, and just an individual issue alone is o en pervasive, but I believe this also means that there are just as much possibili es and entry points to these issues, and thus they are manageable, if approached in a cross disciplinary manner. It is then up to the urban planners to organize people from dierent and yet relevant professional backgrounds in the eorts to comprehensively analyze issues and synthesize a solu on aimed to address the larger problems of the society, even through micro level policies. Ensuring that socie es are learning from its past mistakes, and con nuously direc ng us towards the be erment of all. I believe that this, above all, should be the primary concerns and responsibili es of contemporary planners.

PROFESSIONAL WORKS 01 - 02
A - A B - B D - D C - C E - E

DP Architects Architectural assistant


Being an architectural assistant in DP Architects Singapore, my duties consists mainly on assisting the design team in the visual presentation, and design exploration on the more advanced geometries, and graphics. However, I also did a few tender, and submission drawings, and on one project, I also played a minor role on the project management, by liasing together a few consultants involved in the project.

PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG


PLOT D, F, G PLOT A

West Entrance

PLOT E
Master plan of Poly Yang Jiang

POLY YANG JIANG MASTERPLAN Located in the Yang Jiang district in the south east part of Peoples Republic of China ( PRC ), DPA had been appointed as the master planner of this area, together with a few other consultants, RTKL among one of them, in 2009. The design had entered the construction stage when I joined DPA. Most of the basic designs had been agreed upon my arrival, as such, I was involved in mainly refining the designs, throughout my involvement in the design of the Plot A apartments. The project includes residential condos, row, and landed houses, SOHOs, Office buildings, and other public amenities, such as schools. However the plot I was put in charge in mostly serves the residential function of the masterplan.

POLY YANG JIANG - PLOT A


3D Visualizations of Plot A, from left to right : Aerial View of plot A, Elevation of main towers, night view rendering of plot A.

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PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG


The connecting structure between the two tallest tower of the plot A apartment blocks serves as a rear entrance, and drop off to vehicles and apartment owners. Aside from these functions, informally, the lobby is also meant to serve as an informal, semi - enclosed meeting and social spaces for the tenants. Water features were introduced to create a tranquil feeling on the surrounding area, and fences, though is still required for security reasons, were designed to suggest transparency to the lobby. Which result in a porous - gaping fence which is equipped with LED lights, so that the fence may also act as a feature element, rather than enclosing the lobby. The roof of the connecting structured were punctured to create a sunwell for letting sunlight in. All of the columns are cladded with wood, with a small strip to let the LED lights beihnd the column cladding be seen. Wallwash lights in the pool, and a feature wall which consists of light strips. All of this lighting were integrated to produce a warm feeling in the lobby.
Plan of the plot A connecting structure

POLY YANG JIANG - PLOT A ENTRANCE LOBBY

ENTRANCE LOBBY

From top to bottom ; transversal section of plot A entrance lobby ( 1 ) showing the staircase, ( 2 ) showing the pool detail, and rear elevation of the connecting structure

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PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG

POLY YANG JIANG - PLOT A ENTRANCE LOBBY


My first detailed design drawings as a professional, this part of the project had given me the chance to understand the materials, and techniques of construction, particularly on the feature wall, and feature pond part., while also gave me a chance to know a few common plants typically and construction techniques in China. It is no longer commong to build anything by using wood in China, even a common slanted roof typically seen in landed houses are presently being built without traditional wooden trusses, rather the workers prefer to work on it with reinforced concrete, as to uniform all of the construction techniques for all of the buildings in the masterplan. The design went through a few rounds of changes, the version shown here is the latest approved plan by the clients.

DRAWING TITLES Clockwise, from top left : perspective showing the rear view of the entrance lobby, entrance lobby column and pool detail, entrance lobby fence lighting detail, longitudinal section of the entrance lobby, and details of the feature light wall.

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PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG

POLY YANG JIANG - PLOT D, F, G HIGH RISE

POLY YANG JIANG PLOT D, F, G The concept for these three plots were derived from the structure of a tree, it was approved by the client before I joining DPA. The plot consists of three housing typologies, with two types of condos, and two types of landed houses. The condo also accomodates the functions of a public amenities, such as kindergarten schools in its clubhouse. Other public amenities, such as a fitness centre, a health, and wellness spa, as well as bars and cafes, are accomodated inside the seventh floor of each condo in its skypark. My role in this part of the development involves a skyline study of the high-rises, and redesigning of the landed houses, dubbed the treehouse villa, and also toning of much of the buildings plans. Plot F consists of the eight high-rise condos, Plot D and G consists of landed house typology
DRAWING TITLES ( top ) Masterplan of the plot D, F, G ( below ), perspectives of the view from balcony, and the overall aerial view of the plot

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PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG

POLY YANG JIANG - PLOT D, F, G HIGH RISE

ELEVATION STUDIES OF THE SKYLINE

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PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG

POLY YANG JIANG - PLOT D, F, G TREEHOUSE VILLA


One of the two typical landed house residential designed for the project, the Treehouse Villa was meant to be the more luxurious type of housing as compared to its counterpart, the Treehouse Terrace. Both the typical landed house design were meant to accomodate a small-sized family which are shown by the number of bedrooms allocated ( one master bedroom, and two single room ). The previous design had been scrapped, due to the extensive changes on the clients requirements, allowing me to get an opportunity in assisting in the re-designing of this type right from scratch.

( from left to right ), Transversal section of the Treehouse Villa, Longitudinal section of the Treehouse Villa showing the staircase, longitudinal section of the Treehouse Villa, cutting through the living room.

DRAWING TITLE -- clockwise, from top left, an evening perspective view of the Treehous Villa, various sections and elevations from the Treehouse Villa, Treehouse Villa as seen in context to its neighbouring building in site section, Treehouse Villa plans, from first to third floor. ( from left to right ) Rear Elevation, West Elevation, and Front Elevation of Treehouse Villa

( From left to right ), floorplans of treehouse villa, second floor plan, first floor plan, roof plan

SITE SECTION

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PROJECT TITLE

01 - POLY YANG JIANG

POLY YANG JIANG - ENTRANCE WEST ENTRANCE GATE


The west side entrance gate is one of the three entrance gate designed from which anyone can access the site. The Landscaping of the plazas surrounding the entrance icon was done by DPG, a branch of DPA specializing on the design of a landscape. Thus I was involved only on the design of the etrance icon, and overall rendering of the design..

Closeup of west entrance welcoming sculpture icon

DRAWING TITLE -- first column ; perspectives, from top to bottom; ( 1 ) Eyelevel view of the entrance icon, and guardhouse, ( 2 ) Aerial view of the west entrance, ( 3 ) Evening eyelevel view of the entrance. On center, an overall plan of the west side entrance.

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PROJECT TITLE

02 - WUHAN WJD

WUHAN WJD PROJECT LOCATION CONTEXT

The project is located in the city if Wuhan, the capital city of the Hubei province in the PRC. The city plays a vital role in the domestic transportation of central China, and is sometimes dubbed the Chicago of China. It is recognized to be center of political, cultural, economic, financial, education and transportation in central China. Being one of the emerging cities in China, the city had long planned the development of its CBD. The project itself is located right at the heart of its CBD, integrating itself to the existing masterplan, and to the Wuhan metro link, which were opened on September 2004. With its integration to the Wuhan metro link, and its location in the central of the Central Bussiness District, the project needs to house an array

of mixed - use function in order for itself to serve its role as a central-hub of the CBD. The targeted functions calls for four basic building typology to be covered in the project. The functions were distributed according to the zones pre-determined by the plots planned by the goverment. The northern plot were designed to accomodate a five-star hotel, the middle plot were designed to accomodate the furniture - mall, central park -- which houses the Wuhan metro link station -- , and apartments, and the southern plot were designed to accomodate the mega mall, and office complex. I myself were involved mostly in the design of the southern plot. Being the central hub of a CBD in an emerging metropolis, the design of the buildings and masterplan had always been intended to be monumental. Even more so

for the southern part, because its immediate borders on the south were the Wuhan Central Park, and to the east, it has the Wuhan Financial Center as its neighbour. I feel that I was put in charge of the southern mall mainly because of my 3D modeling skills which allowed the team to explore more on the design. We started off with the design by providing three distinct options in the initial presentation to the client. The first option, dubbed The Runway option were designed to celebrate the previous function of the site that was a runway for aircrafts, the second option, The Rivercity was to celebrate the citys historical connection with water transportation, and the third option, The DNA was intended to be a dichotomy between nature and technology, as well as to celebrate the birth of a new retail typology.

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PROJECT TITLE

02 - WUHAN WJD

WUHAN WJD RUNWAY, RIVERCITY & DNA OPTION

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PROJECT TITLE

02 - WUHAN WJD

WUHAN WJD RIVERCITY DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

WUHAN WJD Masterplan -- after the first round of design, further design were derived from the River City option, based on the clients preferences. The design of the northern plot were altered so that the whole masterplan can integrate more smoothly into the its surrounding in terms of architectural style. The northern SOHO and hotels were designed to match the modern classic style, following the historical value of the majority of the buildings in the masterplan, while the retail and megamalls were designed to be more contemporary, following the prominent Wuhan Tower. Aside from the exploration of architectural forms , my duties in this project also involves the making of masterplan - walkthrough. Creating screenboards, and storylines, and also editing them. The Tree of Life is one particular feature where I played a key role in. The piece, located in front of the mega mall, and central parks were meant to be one of the distinctive feature of the site.

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PROJECT TITLE

02 - WUHAN WJD

WUHAN WJD ANIMATION STORY BOARD

ANIMATION STORYBOARD

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ACADEMIC WORKS 01 - 04
ITB ( Institut Teknologi Bandung ) / Bandung Institute of Technology
Studying from 2006 up until 2010 in the institute, I am confident in the basic designing skills, and I feel that I have built quite a solid foundation in terms of theoretical designs. However, as most students of architecture feel after graduating from their school, I still think that I lack the on-site general knowledge I feel every architect ought to have. Aside from the general knowledge, studying in the institute had given me a chance to collaborate with other people from different discipline of sciences.

01 - KARANG SETRA SPORT CENTER


PROJECT TITLE Both the road the sites contour line proposed a somewhat trapezoid form, thus the form of the architecture in this project were derived from the existing landscape and urban conditions. Terrain conditions provide the site with both a potential visual access from the streets around it, and problems too, as its bowl shaped meadow - contour means that rain water runoffs will flood the site during a heavy rain., preventing any building thatre designed on this without sufficient planning from operating at all, therefore the topographical feature of the site is one key element that must be addressed upon designing here. A ground reservoir were introduced under every building in this complex to store rainwater runoff. Runoffs are then collected into the storage tanks via channels that are placed all over the building complex, following the building circulation axis. The respective buildings water supply will then be taken from the stored, and processed rain water stored in these reservoirs, cutting the complexs consumption on public water supply, and reducing the amount of rain water runoff to other areas on the lower vicinity, and thus reducing the risk of the site being flooded. The zoning plan was done as shown on the right. Diffuse circulations were made by creating plazas, allowing pedestrians to access from both roads pinching the site. To further enhance the public space, additional sport pitches, a playground, running tracks and an eco-park in the form of a constructed wetland were also designed to replace the existing playground SITE PLAN

ZONING DIAGRAM

FLOOD THREAT ANALYSIS

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01 - KARANG SETRA SPORT CENTER


PROJECT TITLE

(Top Image) The original sketch for the Karang Setra Sport Center project. (Side image, clockwise from the top-left), the exploded axonometry of the swimming pools structure system, the sites ground plan, perspective showing the constructed wetland on the southern part of the side, birds eye view of the site. The site is concealed by a formation of pine trees, the trees are responsible for keeping the soil stable despite its steep topographic condition. Excessive damage to the trees would mean risking landslide on to the site. Steps were taken to preserve the existing trees, the design occupies mostly the existing building area, where therere no trees. The trees also serves to conceal the parking space, and to be a forest walk, featuring wooden pedestrian paths among the trees.

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02 - SIMPANG LIMA MUSIC COMPLEX


PROJECT TITLE The analysis for this project was conducted by a group of students, including myself. What we found during our analysis stage were the rich historical, and architectural value this site holds, as well as strict development policy imposed by the goverment to protect the sites historical value. We feel that this policy had proven itself to do more harm than good this site. Stores began to move northward as high taxation rate and building codes gave very limited room for shop owners to renovate. Our starting idea was to restore the commercial center feeling to the site, but we figured itd be difficult to brand this area as a commercial area, without the support of the surrounding community (especially the youngsters). So we decided to brand the place with one of the things youth of Bandung are known for : music. With music center as the theme, we hoped to attract more youths into the project, and by turning this area into a comfortable space, we hoped to restore the sites popularity. Achieving this would mean having a community maintain the development, making it a self-sufficient commercial center, means guaranteeing its sustainability.

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02 - SIMPANG LIMA MUSIC COMPLEX


PROJECT TITLE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PROCESS The diagram on the right shows the design approach for this project. Starting from picking out which buildings on site to preserve, overall there are four buildings that are fully restored. Each of these buildings are : the BTPN bank standing right at the corner of the junction, a local radio station which has stood from the early 40s, a house designed by the late president of Indonesia, Soekarno, and famous bookstore and stationery shop in Bandung. The rest of the building in the district were in such a bad state, that I decided to tear them down and reconstruct them in my design proposal. Preserving the window shopping feel from the sidewalk experience is a very important factor in restoring the sites overall atmosphere. In order to achieve this, building a continuous mass aling the side walk in accordance with the surrounding roads and architectural style is essential. The inner part of the building were turned into a plaza for musical performances and community gatherings. This plaza also serves to connect the two roads adjacent to the site. Another mass were added into the plaza to accomodate commercial programmes that requires indoor environments, and a modern glass structure were also placed in the middle of the plaza to give the plaza a center piece. To better connect each of the mass, a wooden deck were constructed on the second level to establish a link between the north and south mass. On ground level, this decks serves as a canopy, creating a semi-enclosed space, and providing plaza-users with a sense of scale instead of a borderless sky. On the second level, this walkway serves as an urban connector, tieing down the buildings together into a single - compact site.

SIMPANG LIMA DESIGN DEVELOPMENT DIAGRAM

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02 - SIMPANG LIMA MUSIC COMPLEX


PROJECT TITLE

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03 - BANDUNG CONSERVATORIUM
PROJECT TITLE The design started out by combining the total area of each required programmes. As the programmes are fitted together, it became clear that the performance programme couldnt be compiled together with the rest because of contradicting requirements with other programmes, particularly the academic requirements. The academic building layering were done based on its programmatic requirements, a few more adjustments were made to the academic mass to better respond the climatic conditions of the site.

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03 - BANDUNG CONSERVATORIUM
PROJECT TITLE

AUDITORIUM ADJUSTABLE ACOUSTICS

BUILDING SOUND INSULATORS

PODIUM & SUNKEN LANDSCAPE

Natural acoustics, plywood finishes acting as a reflectors provides the ideal environment for classical music, whereas carpet or other fiber-based finishes, which functions as sound insulators would provide the ideal environment for digitally amplified sounds such as those produced by electrical instruments. Both materials were installed on a rotateable panels on the walls and ceilings of the conservatory, enabling the sound mens to adjust the acoustical condition of the auditorium in accordance with the current performers acoustic requirements in a more flexible manner, rather than just doing it digitally from a mixer. Adjustable ovation and wall panels were designed to create an acoustically flexible room to accomodate both classical, and contemporary music. Angles, and even physical materials can both be adjusted accordingly by the sound engineer from the room located on the back of the audience.

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03 - BANDUNG CONSERVATORIUM
PROJECT TITLE

BANDUNG CONSERVATORIUM SITE & SPOT PERSPECTIVES

(From top to bottom, left to right) A view of the plaza between the auditorium and academic buildings, the lobby area of the auditorium, recital hall interior, western sidewalk, viewing towards the heroes monument on the north part of the complex, and an aerial night scene of the whole complex. The middle plaza were designed with dramatic lightings to both welcome, and see off guests coming in to watch the students performance in the auditorium.

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04 - 2D & 3D CRAFTS
PROJECT TITLE

The 2D and 3D Crafts were both compulsory subjects for students of architecture in Institut Teknologi Bandung, the subject itself were meant to train the freshmens sense of scale, color, space, and proportion -- as first year students in my institute does not get to design up until the second year.

2D - COMPOSITION

2D - MOTION

2D - COLORS

3D - METAL MEDIA
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3D - STRAW STRUCTURE

3D - MARCH

FREELANCE WORKS 01 - 02
DOT / Personal Works
The works in this chapter were done between the year of 2008 - 2010. At which I was quite active in doing competition projects and works for the organization I was involved in . Among them the West Java Architectural Student Forum, and Bandung Institute of Technologys architectural student organization. A little while just before my graduation, I had also worked as a freelance architect in a small design firm in Jakarta, DOT ( Design Oriented Territory ), and worked as an intern in AECOM Jakarta.

01 - BANK OF INDONESIA -- DOT


PROJECT TITLE Aside from being the nation's central bank, the site is currently the largest bank complex in south east Asia, due to repeated expansion projects of the complex. Recently, Bank of Indonesia (BI) plans to expand their complex even more because of the country's growing economies. Thus this competition were held. Being the nation's central bank, all of the existing buildings in the complex have all been designed by the nation's top architects, each to represent the country's continuously growing economic condition, and therefore holds high historical value.

2005

MASSING DEVELOPMENT DIAGRAM

2010 - URBAN RESPONSE 1958


The two main mass of the sports facility serves as a gateway for both the new building and the BI complex itself The borderless image created by the green pedestrians walk affirms that the new complex is a part of the old BI Pedestrians entering from the west would come into the site through a green pedestrians walk, as if theyre respecting the other existing BI buildings.

1937
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01 - BANK OF INDONESIA -- DOT

FACADE CLIMATIC RESPONSE DIAGRAM AIR CIRCULATION, WATER, & DAYLIGHT DIAGRAM

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01 - BANK OF INDONESIA -- DOT


PROJECT TITLE

SITE PLAN

(middle column, from top to bottom) view of the indoor sports field, view of the pedestrian plaza, interior view of the checkpoint area between the site and Bank of Indonesia complex. The structure of the indoor sports pitches were designed using a space truss system with triangular modules. The triangular modules were picked because of its structurally stable characteristics, and aesthetic considerations. These modules were then further integrated into the building to accomodate rain water harvesting, sun shadings and interior air conditioning. Skylights were designed to be on the green plazas, these skylights serve to provide access to light from the outside to the basement area of the complex, it also serves as an attraction to passer bies. Considering it's role as one of the gateway to Bank of Indonesia complex, security is a major issue in the design process. A checkpoint were then proposed at the entrance of BI complex to ensure security.

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PROJECT TITLE

SAMPOERNA CONTAINER
FINAL SCHEME

PROJECT WITH BANDUNG CREATIVE CITY FORUM (BCCF)

SAMPOERNA CONTAINER -Initially a project for an event of by the Bandung Creative City Foirum, called BAFFEST ( Bandung Architectural Forum Festival ), the project has had some difficulty regarding fundings. Due to the limited budget, the project had to be scrapped to make way for other projects. The original plan was to automate every mechanical functions inside this container, therefore, we invited a mechanical engineer to help us work with the mechanism. After several test-runs, and budget survey, the intended mechanism had prove too costly for us, and the sponsors, particularly on the Hydraulic pumps, and light steel structures. A more common approach, and manual - based operation was then considered more fit, but we had to simply the design more because of it.

OPTION 1

OPTION 2

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