TONY HARTANTO

ACADEMIC PORTFOLIO

Selected Works 2006 - 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ULI HINES URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION, ATLANTA GA‑•

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ALMOND ZUCCHINI CULINARY SCHOOL PRAPANCA‑• 5
VISIONING JAKARTA 2045 COMPETITION‑•

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KARET - SEMANGGI URBAN DESIGN GUIDE LINE 2013 REVISION‑•

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POLY YANG JIANG RESIDENTIAL MASTERPLAN DEVELOPMENT‑•

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BANK INDONESIA EXTENSION COMPETITION‑• 17

IMAGE CREDITS
The drawings, image and photographs presented in this portfolio
are the personal works of the applicant, and was done solely by
the applicant. For purpose of context however, works that were done
by the applicant’s team members may be included in this portfolio
(with their knowledge and permission). Image credits belongs to the
applicant, and the organization in which the applicant worked during
the time of the project was active. Works that are the product of a
collaborative team effort are labeled as “Collaborative Work”
ULI Hines Competition, Team 1622421, 2016
Contact: Martin Ziech (mrz37@cornell.edu), Jaynel Santos
(jbs397@cornell.edu), Junhan Zhao (jz694@cornell.edu), Jialin Li
(jl3377@cornell.edu)
YAP! (Yulia Gandasari) , 2014
Contact: Yulia Gandasari, ygandasari@yap-group.com
Projects: Almond Zucchini Culinary School, Prapanca St (2014)
Center for Urban Design Studies (CUDS) /
Pusat Studi Urban Desain (PSUD), 2012-2013
Contact: Alfa Surayya, alfasurayya@yahoo.com
Projects: Visioning Jakarta 2045 (2012), Karet - Semanggi Urban
Design Guideline Revision (2013)
DP Architects Singapore, 2011-2012
CSH, Loh Hai Yew Team
Contact: Wong Ker How, wongkerhow@dpa.com.sg
Projects: Poly Yang Jiang Residential Masterplan Development
RAW Architecture Studio, formerly
DOT (Design Oriented Territory) Workshop
Contact: Realrich Sjarief, realrich82@yahoo.com
Projects: Bank of Indoneseia Extension Competition
Cover Image courtesy of DP Architect Singapore
Wuhan WJD Project “Super Tree”

ULI HINES URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION - THE MOXIE, ATLANTA GA
PROJECT INFORMATION
Client
: ULI Hines (Competition Organizer)
Project Address : Atlanta, GA - Midtown District
Status
: Competition submitted
Team/ Role
: Urban Planner / Designer.

Duties include Atlanta Urban Design Guideline research, overall development design (plot A, B, D, E & F), GFA calculations & contributed in the overall graphic presentation

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Development Summary
1. North Residential Apartments
2. Atlanta Yotel
3. Proposed AMC Cinema
4. Taz Anderson Plaza & Park with
Water Basin
5. Residential
6. South Residential Apartments
7. The Valley Apartments
8. Offices
9. Multi-Purpose Roller Rink & Gym
10. Tiny House Solar Village
11. The Shortcut
12. MARTA Station / Residential (The
Getaway)
13. South of North Bazaar
14. Rooftop Green Space
15. Re-opened 3rd St Tunnel
16. The Triple
17. The Fox Theatre
18. Tech Square
19. Bobby Dodd Stadium
20. The Varsity Restaurant
21. Bank of America Plaza
22. Emory Hospital Midtown
23. AT&T Midtown Center
Midtown Atlanta Regional Connection Map

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Introducing the Moxie: A new development bringing creativity, sustainable design, and spunk
to a mainly forgotten part of Midtown. With the Moxie completed, lower Midtown will finally be the coherent, connected urban neighborhood that its residents, workers, and visitors
crave. Moxie (noun): vigor; verve; pep (Martin Ziech & Jaynel Santos)

COLLABORATIVE WORK

COLLABORATIVE WORK
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Residential Apartments
Hotel
Green Space

Residential Apartments
Retail/ Commercial
Water Basin
Green Space

PHASE 1
Anchor it Down!

PHASE 2
Showtime

Phase 1 Development Summary:
Residential SF
: 464,005 sf
Housing units
: 619 units
Hotel Rooms
: 210 units
Cinema SF
: 34,032 sf
Retail SF
: 184,855.1 sf

Phase 2 Development Summary:
Residential SF
: 786,844.5 sf
Housing units
: 851 units
Retail SF
: 189,989.9 sf

COLLABORATIVE WORK

Residential Apartments
Office Space
Retail/ Commercial

PHASE 3
Capping it off
Phase 3 Development Summary:
Housing units
: 648 units
Office SF
: 189,989.9 sf
Retail SF
: 138,641.3 sf

LAND USE
22.4% Affordable Housing
222,869.39 sqft Green Space
Three Public Plazas
Commercial Corridor with New Roller Rink
Rainwater catchment system
throughout Valley Apartments

758,788 sqft of office space
Street level retail, restaurants,
bars and coffee shops

15 ft sidewalks on both sides
of “The Short Cut” with full tree
shading

535 native trees planted to
build up a Moxie-wide canopy
Permeable pavement and
bioswales to increase ground
water recharge and supply grey
water systems
Tree Pits installed throughout to
aide in tree growth and direct
water flow
Rainwater storage tank and
perforated pipe
Solar ‘trees’ installed to provide lighting for streetways and
collect rainwater runoff

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ALMOND ZUCCHINI CULINARY SCHOOL PRAPANCA
PROJECT INFORMATION
Client
: Hidajat Rianto
Project Address : Jakarta, Brawijaya Street #5
Status
: Construction completed
Team/ Role
: Architect, , Work in collaboration with Yulia Gandasari (YAP!)

Partner contact : ygandasari@yap-group.com (+86-15010534619)
Duties include overall design, construction drawings, and lighting designs

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Almond Zucchini Culinary School is locationed on Brawijaya Street #5, across the office of South Jakarta mayor. The building
is situated inside of Kebayoran Baru conservation area, thus the new design had to adhere the prevailing conservation regulation
in the area. While catering for the three different tenants sharing the building.
The kitchen studio, dining area, and lobby are the part of the buildings which are equally shared between these three tenants, as
such, the design had to consider equal ease of access for the three tenants, and customers to these functions.

ALMOND
ZUCCHINI
CULINARY
SCHOOL

BEAU
CAFE &
PASTRIES

WILLIAM
WONGSO
TRADITIONAL
CUISINE

KITCHEN
STUDIO &
COMMON
AREA

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Kitchen Studio
Lobby & Waiting Area

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Kitchen Studio

Lobby & Waiting Area

Dining Area

Despite the exterior which were designed to maintain its previous look, thus keeping a coherent look with its surroundings, the
interior of the site was designed with a starkly modern look. Polished concrete flooring were applied throughout the first floor,
to give the general public area a more industrial feel, while also providing ease of maintenance, and durability, considering the
heavy traffic and varieties of materials used during the cooking process.
Red (left-right): kitchen studio corridor, ktichen studio look towards the center stage
Green (mid-bottom, left-right): lobby view towards kitchen studio first floor, visitor’s locker, lobby’s sitting area
Blue: Dining area view towards the kitchen studio

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drawing 1.1

drawing 1.3

drawing 1.4

drawing 1.5

drawing 1.2

drawing 1.6

1.1 Kitchen Studio floor plan
1.2 Kitchen Studio section plan
1.3 Outdoor concealed skylight perimeter light detail
1.4 Indoor track light integrated detail
1.5. Overall Kitchen Studio lighting scheme sketch
1.6 Kitchen studio floor surface illuminance (without any artificial lightings)

The cooking activity to be conducted in the room requires a certain amount of certain amount of lighting to be maintained in the room,
while its secluded location, and regulated environment requirements makes it impossible to light it using conventional windows and lighting
methods. Hence, a double glazed skylight window was constructed on the ceiling of the room to let natural lighting into the room, and at
the same time, prevent heat from going into the room. Track lights were integrated into the skylight’s framing to further enhance the room’s
quality, and provide additional lightings for night classes
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VISIONING JAKARTA 2045 COMPETITION
PROJECT INFORMATION
Client
: Competition held by IAI (Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia / Indonesia Architecture Association)
Project Address : Jakarta Capital Region
Status
: Competition Submitted
Team/ Role
: Architect in Center for Urban Design Studies (CUDS) / Pusat Studi Urban Desain (PSUD)
Team leader contact: Alfa Surayya, alfasurayya@yahoo.com (+62-81910272282)
Overall Content Research, layout, and drawings

COLLABORATIVE WORK

2035

KEBUTUHAN JALAN

38% private
motorized
vehicle

INCREASED
GREEN
SPACES

7650 Km

LACK OF GREEN
SPACE

INCREASED
WASTE

WATER CRISIS

2045

INCREASED
FOOD & WATER
CONSUMPTION

2045

PERMANENT
FLOOD

POPULATION
EXPLOTION

OIL SUPPLY
DEPLETION

2015

KOMPOSISI MODA TRANSPORTASI

SHIFTING TRANSPORTATION
TRENDS

RENEWABLE
ENERGY

2025

SQUATTER
SETTLEMENT

DIGITAL
CONNECTIVITY

ALIENATION

NEW MODES OF
PUBLIC &
PRIVATE
TRANSPORTATION

TRAFFIC
CONGESTION

FUTURE CHALLENGES
2015

KOMPOSISI MODA TRANSPORTASI

KEBUTUHAN JALAN
2500 Km
(- 5150 Km)

PENINGKATAN % RTH KOTA JAKARTA
PROSPEK RTH 2045

POTENTIAL
USE

26,5 Km2
OF FREE
SPACE !!

TARGET RTH 2030 (RTRW DKI JAKARTA)

The competition seeks to explore what could be done to improve Jakarta’s planning in the next thirty years. This particular submission adresses the issue of Jakarta’s public transportation, as well as the citizens of Jakarta’s individual choice for personal
modes of transports in 2045. We hypothesize that, should the plan to enhance various forms of public transportation goes
smoothly, there will be a redundant surplus of roads, which were previously alloted for personal motorized vehicles. A conversion
of these roads into green open spaces are thus possible.
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NEW FREE SPACE POTENTIAL USE

FLOODABLE CANAL

URBAN FARMING

PUBLIC SPACE

ENERGY FIELDS TEMPORARY SQUATTER SETTLEMENT
RELOCATION AREA

WASTE MANAGEMENT GREEN CORRIDOR
& CONSTRUCTED
WETLAND

EXISTING PLAN OF PRIMARY ARTERY ROAD - JL.JEND.SUDIRMAN

2015

MRT Ent/Ex

2045

Car Lanes

Busway Lanes
Car Lanes

MRT Ent/Ex

Tram Lines
Green Open
Space

Green Open
Space

Green
Spaces
public transport

2045

MRT Ent/Ex

private motorised vehicle

CONVERTED PLAN OF PRIMARY ARTERY ROAD - JL. JEND SUDIRMAN

non-motorised vehicle

2015 ---

MRT Ent/Ex

Conversions are planned to be implemented throughout Jakarta, yet, this submission explores only the conversion of Jakarta’s
major streets such as Sudirman and, Setiabudi - Dukuh Atas interchange, and based on the existing Jakarta MRT Plan
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NEW MODES OF TRANSPORT
LONG DISTANCE TRAVEL

MEDIUM DISTANCE TRAVEL

SHORT DISTANCE TRAVEL
( PUBLIC )

SHORT DISTANCE TRAVEL
( PRIVATE )

MRT & KRL TRAIN LINES

BUS / TRAM LINE

ELECTRIC CAR RENTAL / TAXI

ELECTRIC SCOOTER / BIKE

Long distance - commuting are no longer done on
a daily basis due to the advancement of information
technology. The majority of Jakarta will work from
home, and offices will no longer need a physical representative office, being replaced by a more economically efficient cloud offices.

Medium distance commuting are the most common
type of travel to be done by the citizens of Jakarta to
socialize, work, or daily shopping. These needs are addressed by the provision of buses, and tram lines.

In the year of 2045, a strict limitation of motorized
vehicle circulating in the streets of Jakarta are
enacted. Rising price of ownership and operation
of private motorized vehicles resulted in a drastic
decrease of personal vehicle ownership.

Bicycles, especially electric bicycles had experienced such a growth in technology due to the
absence of private motorized vehicle.Surging
demands for these bicycles arise during the late
2010s since the enactment of limited car circulation policy in Jakarta.

The citizens of Jakarta do need to travel occasionally
to the city center, especially those who live in the agglomeration area of Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and
Bekasi. Thus, a mass rapid transport system were
provided to accomodate their needs.

Citizens can still walk side to side with these transportation mediums, due to its realtively slow, and steady
- thus safe pace of movement. The open air characteristics of these transport also diminishes the exclusive
nature of these motorized vehicle. Hence is considered
one of the most accessible, and inclusive mode of transport amongst other modes.

FREEWAY

CONVERSION

ENERGY PRODUCTION --

Public Furniture to function as energy
farms, so that the new public space
can fulffill its own energy demands

Eventually though, the freedom of movement that
a personal motorized vehicle offers are sitill needed. Hence, a taxi, and electric car rental services
are provided to fulfill these needs. Providing more
transportation options for those who can afford it.

In 2045, electric bicyles has grown into Jakarta’s
most favored mode of short-distance travel.
These are further enhanced by the availability of
bike storages and racks in most of public transportation.

NEW
PUBLIC
SPACE
-- EXHIBITON GALLERY

NEW MODES OF TRANSPORT -- Tram /LRT are re-

a new function houses exhibition of public arts to enhance
the quality of outdoor space

installed to fulfill the needs for
medium-distance travel. Electrica
cars are still allowed to operate in
the slower lane

CONVERSION

WATERFRONT FLYOVER

CONVERSION

PROMENADE

-Public
spaces along the river are maximized to enhance its surrounding
quality by opening parcel boundaries to the river side, allowing
uninterrupted
public
access

GREEN CORRIDOR -- the
other side of the promenade can
be utilized as a riparian area.
Contributing more green spaces
to the city, and reducing flood risks

FLOODABLE

CANAL

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Public spaces are designed to be
floodable, allowing it to serve a
double function of being an outdoor
quality space, as well as reducing
flood risks on its adjacent parcels

TEMPORARY SETTLEMENT --

Under certain conditions, elevated highways can be used to accomodate temporary settlements when major relocation
of squatter settlements are necesary

URBAN FARMING -- Food

production can be done in the
city center to help cities fulfill its demands for food, water, and green open spaces

HIGHWAY PARK --

Much
like NY’s highline. Existing overpasses can be readjusted to
provide additional open spaces
in the city, most of it being no
longer necessary given the diminishing need for transport

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KARET - SEMANGGI URBAN DESIGN GUIDE LINE 2013 REVISION
PROJECT INFORMATION
Client
: Dinas Tata Ruang Jakarta / Jakarta Building Authority
Project Address : Jakarta, Karet - Semanggi District
Status
: Completed (Pending for approval from Jakarta Building Authority)
Team/ Role
: Junior architect / urban designer,Work in Center for Urban Design Studies (CUDS) / Pusat Studi Urban Desain (PSUD)
Team leader contact: Alfa Surayya, alfasurayya@yahoo.com (+62)819-1027-2282
Duties include assembling reports, individual parcels in the urban design guideline (Parts of Plot A & C)

As a consultant that works closely with the government, Center for Urban Design Studies (CUDS) has often been entrusted to create much of Jakarta’s Panduan Rancang Kota (PRK) / Urban Design Guide Lines, which were the official documents in regulating
physical, and spatial developments in Jakarta. The projects revises the existing 2006 urban design guide lines to accomodate
for Jakarta’s MRT Development plans, as well as to adjust for Jakarta’s plan to allow for more compact developments, resulting
in a higher density developments for both residential, and commercial functions, as well as a more walkable environment, which
would be supported by the planned Jakarta MRT, and the existing Transjakarta bus line, while allowing private vehicular traffic.
COLLABORATIVE WORK

Bendungan Hilir Transport Oriented Development (TOD) Area Boundary
Satrio Street Urban Design Guideline
Area Boundary
Mega Kuningan Urban Design Guideline Area Boundary
Karet - Semanggi Urban Design Guideline Area Boundary (project boundary)
Proposed underground MRT route
Proposed Bendungan Hilir MRT Station
Location
2012 Proposed Karet Semanggi Urban
Design Guideline Area
2012 Proposed Bendungan Hilir TOD
Urban Design Guideline Area
Areas to be taken out from Karet - Semanggi Urban Design Guideline

In accordance with the MRT TOD Area Guidelines,
which regulates the developments of parcels within
350 meters radius of a designated transit point (officialized in 2012) some parts of the original (2006)
Karet Semanggi urban design guideline were omitted from the 2013 plan, to be included into the
Bendungan Hilir MRT TOD Area Guideline.
To be noted, most of the major developments within
the Karet Semanggi urban design guidelines were
done along the streets of Gatot Subroto, and its
other adjacent major street of Prof.dr. Satrio street,
while most other areas within the guideline are
comprised of single, to multi family landed houses,
housing mostly rural-urban communities.
Original image take from Center of Urban Design
Studies (CUDS) “Jakarta MRT TOD Areas Urban
Design Guidelines”.
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Having intersected Bendungan Hilir’s U1 Class MRT TOD Areas,
the new 2013 version of Karet - Semanggi’s development guideline were designed to follow the principles of an integrated transport area. The U1 Urban Center TOD Areas meant that the development of this area are required to follow the designated typology for
the classification.
PLOT B The principles of a transit development areas which were applied in the new design of Karet - Semanggi’s transit area’s urban
guideline were as follows:
• Density: refers to the overall density of the districts surrounding an MRT transit area so that the transport system may function in accordance with the approved Jakarta MRT TOD Areas
plan. In its application in the urban context, the development
of this area must be accompanied by revitalization efforts, as
well as densification of under-utilized parcels.
• Diversity: refers to the increase of land-use varieties, architectural typologies, which will increase the overall area’s visual quality, character, and diversity of destination within the
district.
• Design: refers to the creation of a compact, and integrated
district between each parcels, which facilitates pedestrian activities.
Over the course of the development, developers are required to
acquire, and clear much of the existing land area block B and C to
achieve the urban structure indicated in the plan.

PLOT A

PLOT C

Benhil MRT Station Blocks

Commercial Land-use

COLLABORATIVE WORK

Residential Land-Use

Green open space and promenade
development along krukut river as
the district’s character

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Gatot Subroto Green Lane

Commercial retail and mixed-use
area in Prof. Dr. Satrio St

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Increase of private green open spaces
by reduction of building footprint,
and increasing building densities

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Medium scale retail/mixed use to
serve as the supporting facilities of
residential use along Guru Mughni St

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Creation of pedestrian paths in
between developments to allow for
increased pedestrian accessibility
in the area
Commercial offices along Gatot
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A. Plaza Semanggi
B. Crown Plaza & Resorts
C. Arya Duta Hotel & Apartments
D. MRCC Siloam Hospital Semanggi
E. Yamaha Music
F. Pearl Garden Apartments
G. Wisma Mulia
H. Broadcast Design Indonesia
I. Kantor Jamsostek
J. Graha Unilever
K. Kartika Chandra Hotel
L. Taman Sari Apartments
M. Mitra Building
N. Wisma Agro Manunggal
O. Graha BIP
Represents future
development plans for
unbuilt parcels
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development on underutilized parcels

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Residential areas within the district’s
core supports the intention of
creating a 24 hour active area

KARET-SEMANGGI DEVELOPMENT VISION
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COLLABORATIVE WORK

MRT Benhil

KETERANGAN

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Jl. P
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A. Plaza Semanggi
B. Crown Plaza & Resorts
C. Arya Duta Hotel & Apartments
D. MRCC Siloam Hospital Semanggi
E. Yamaha Music
F. Pearl Garden Apartments
G. Wisma Mulia
H. Broadcast Design Indonesia

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I. Kantor Jamsostek
J. Graha Unilever
K. Kartika Chandra Hotel
L. Taman Sari Apartments
M. Mitra Building
N. Wisma Agro Manunggal
O. Graha BIP

Sirkulasi Utama Kawasan
Sirkulasi Sekunder Kawasan

Jl.

BRT

Jl. Jend. Sudirman
JEMBATAN
SEMANGGI

Bangunan Orientasi /Focal
Points

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BENHIL

Landmark Semanggi

The development of Karet Semanggi urban design guideline were done both with a bottom up, and top down approach, in consideration of its micro context in the district, and macro context within the city. The bottom up approach was done by the creation of various studies on internal, as well as major external road circulation, and creation of individual parcels urban physical
development boundaries. A particular example of Gatot Subroto micro level street improvements was the inclusion of bio-swale,
which is expected to improve the micro-climate of the pedestrian area, and thus increase walkability.

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in accordance with Jakarta’s muncipal building council
meeting of 17 September 2012
• This parcel obtained additional FAR, and FAR
calculation incentives based on DLK calculation
• Relocation of inspection street from the southern
side of the block to the north part, in conjunction
with plot A.6. The new road’s midpoint are to be
determined from the new site boundary

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15 m

A.7
5.538 m2
T 40
Kkt
Kpd 50% 6,00

GSB
BATAS KEPEMILIKAN LAHAN

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Podium height 4 stories
Maximum building height 24 floors

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Menara
Podium
Podium
Podium
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BASEMENT
BASEMENT

3m
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10 m

3m
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8m

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15 m

Public buildings, including its supporting facilities (Kkt/Kpd)
Tunggal (T) / Single
40 % (maximum)
4,5 (maximum)
40 stories, or 200 meter
25% (minimum)
75 % (maximum)

Building Typologies
Building Footprint (KDB)
Floor Area Ratio (KLB)
Maximum Building Height
Green Area Footprint (KDH)
Basement Footprint (KTB)
Building Setback
Jend. Sudirman St
10 meter
Jend. Gatot Subroto St
19 meter
10 meter
Sample detailed technical development guideline for parcel A.7 of Karet - Se- Garnisun St
manggi urban design guideline
Garnisun 1 St
10 meter
In order to achieve the intended development vision, it is necessary to translate the development principles of the district into a
detailed technical development guideline for each individual parcels. In the future, these documents shall serve as a guideline
for the development of each individual parcels.
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POLY YANG JIANG RESIDENTIAL MASTERPLAN DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT INFORMATION
Client
: n/a
Project Address : China, Yang Jiang
Status
: Completed (2011), construction in progress
Team/ Role
: Architectural Assistant,Work in DP Architects Singapore

Team leader contact: Wong Ker How, wongkerhow@dpa.com.sg/mail@kerhow.com
Duties include 3D Visualization, and graphical revision of Plot A Residential Towers, and its car lobby detail drawings
Lower floor typical plan

COLLABORATIVE WORK

15th-25th floor typical plan

Being one of my first work in DP Architects Singapore, my involvement of this project consists of amendments to the existing
design. The project had allowed me to learn the basics of various residential programming typologies, from high density to
low density, along with development of its supporting facilities.

Sky Deck typical plan

The master plan design for this development were done under
the direction of team leader Wong Ker How. A particular part of
the development which I had personally done consists of the
residential tower lobby, and a landed house typology on
Top left: Overall night time view of Yang Jiang’s Plot A
Right: Typical floor plans of the high rise residential towers (collaborative work), role graphical
enhancements, and amendments of individual apartment units
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Bottom left: Plot A Masterplan, and the location of the residential drop-off lobby. This was originally done by Wong Ker How, of DP ARchitect’s Loh Hai Yew team. Representation of this image
in this portfolio serves solely to give context to the location of the drop off lobby
Bottom middle and right: 3D Views of the Drop off lobby
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Section drawings of the drop off lobby, originally done by Nevy Chen. My involvement had
been in the amendments, and updating of the
old design to the new.
COLLABORATIVE WORK

The Treehouse Villa represents some of the low rise developments which had been incorporated in the Poly Yang Jiang Residential Masterplan Development, along with its earlier developed development type, the Treehouse Terrace. The later stage
Treehouse Villa was added into the development in response to its predecessor’s popularity in the consumer market.
REAR VIEW PERSPECTIVE

FRONT ELEVATION

AERIAL PERSPECTIVE

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

BACK ELEVATION

Taking place in the second part of the development, the design concept of this landed-house development also draws heavily
from its predecessor.
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BANK INDONESIA EXTENSION COMPETITION
PROJECT INFORMATION
Client
: Competition held by Bank of Indonesia
Project Address : M.H. Thamrin Street #2, Jakarta, Indonesia
Status
: Competition Submitted
Team/ Role
: Junior Architect in Design Oriented Territory (DOT) Workshop

Team leader contact : Realrich Sjarief, realrich82@yahoo.com, (+62-81586572729)
Duties include overall design, 3D modeling & visualization, facade design

1).Twin building massing makes for the best
gateway for pedestrians

2). Adjust building massing to allow
smoother access to the site

1. Site Axis and Orientation

2. Semi Basement Parking Placement

3. Pedestrian Platform

4. Building Mass Placement

3). Adjust massings to minimize sun’s direct
access to the north/south building facade

4). Mini sports arena connects the two
massing, and creates a tunnel enhancing
the entrance

In 2010, Bank Indonesia (BI), which is Indonesia’s central bank had planned
on expanding its office complex to accomodate is growing body of services. This is in accordance with Indonesia’s surgin economy during the early
2010s. Much of the secondary functions that were previously alloted on the
main complex of BI were then moved to the back area near Tanah Abang St, so
that newer service can be alloted in the main complex.
The new building are situated on the south-west end of the current BI development, and are mostly dedicated to house supporting functions such as
parking lots, secondary commercial area, an outdoor open space, as well as
an indoor sports arena for BI employees’ internal use.
Top left: Project Siteplan - in context

5. Positive Space, Ponds & Skylights 6. Vegetation & Plazas

Top right: Main building, front three dimensional perspective view
Middle: Main building massing process
Bottom left: Overall site massing design process

COLLABORATIVE WORK
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In this design, the main body of the new structure are designed to not just house the competi-

tion’s required functions, it also serves to act as a gateway to the site. Its modern design coherent
with BI vision of financial services of the millenium.
Sustainability is another additional feature which were emphasized in the competition’s brief.
Hence, special care were taken into considerations when we were designing the facade of the
building. Experimentations of patterns were done to determine the right amount of sunlight and
heat which came into the building, the end result being the checkered-triangular configuration of
solid - void facades that allows for exactly only 50% of sunlight and heat to enter the building,
minimizing the building’s operational costs and enhancing the building’s performance, as well as
serving a system of passive rain water recycling in the building.
Top-left: Pattern experimentation of main building facades
Middle: Building facade response to air, water, and sun exposure study
Bottom: Visualization of other functions in the building’s interior
(From left to right) : Outdoor elevated open space, commercial corridor, entrance corridor to main complex, indoor mini - soccer arena

Exhaust Funnel

Heat Funnel

Talang untuk mengoptimalkan rain water
harvesting
Lower Ventilation
(Cool Air)

Penahan
Tampias
Green Wall

Area Sirkulasi
Udara
Maintenance
Catwalk

Upper Ventilation
(Hot Air)

Pemanfaatan air hasil rain
water harvesting ke dalam
bangunan

Storage Pool
Cooling Pond
Air yang ditampung digunakan untuk menyirami
tanaman

Pohon sebagai
filter udara

Ground Reservoir

WIND DIAGRAM

WATER DIAGRAM

DAYLIGHT DIAGRAM

Trees and pools surrounding the bulding functions as an air filter, while the pond
passively acts as air particle cooler. In every level of the building, a lower ventilation
system were designed to allow access for cooler air, and an upper ventilation were
designed to allow warm air to exit the room

The building’s facade were designed as part of a rainwater harvesting system. The gap
between the first facade, and the second serves as collection system for rain water,
which are then stored in pool on the ground level and ground reservoir, to be later used
in the building and surrounding site

Green wall, as well as the solid-void configuration of facade were designed to
minimize sun exposure into the building, while allowing enough light to passively
light up the building’s interior. The green wall plants are maintained by using water
collected from the rain water collection system.

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