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Design Scheme Report

THE CREATIVE
LABORATORY
DISTRICT FOR
BANDUNG

Hafiz Amirrol Institut Teknologi Bandung


Creative Laboratory District for Bandung

Preface
This design report describes the Scheme
Design proposal for the development of
the Creative Laboratory District for
Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.
It covers the urban design, building
designs and details the conceptual and
performance criteria that have been
used to develop the project to the
Scheme Design stage.
The report also covers the design
approaches and analysis of the site
context and its relation to the whole idea
development of the Creative Laboratory
District for Bandung.

Design Development
Urban design, architectural design and
drawings by Hafiz Amirrol
www.hafizamirrol.blogspot.com

Tutors: Dr. Ir. Baskoro Tedjo,


Ir. Achmad Tardiyana and Dr. Ir. Indra
Budiman Syamwil

Scheme Report design by Hafiz Amirrol


for the School of Architecture, Planning
and Policy Development, Institut
Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia

©2010 Institut Teknologi Bandung


All rights reserved

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Contents

Site Studies Scheme Design


(Option 1)
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Design and Scheme Design


Programming (Option 2)
Strategies
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Zoning and Scheme Design


Programs (Option 3)
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Schematic Technical Specification


Master Plan
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Component DESIGN SUMMARY


Studies Design Summary
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Location

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Site Context

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Design Strategies

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Programming Components

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Stakeholders: Interest and Benefits

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Schematic Land Use Zoning

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Land Use Zoning

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Zoning Programs

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Fluid Urbanism

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Schematic Master Plan

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Schematic Master Plan

Phase 2

Phase 1

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Development Income Return Rate (Phase 1)

A Site Area 12420 m2 Income Return Rate


B Land Value Rp 7000000/m2 for Phase 1 Development
C Building Cost Rp 16000000/m2 3 years 4 months
D Maximum Build Up Area 2110 m2
E Rent Rate
Mode of Funding
1 Office Space Rp 100000/m2
2 Convention Space Rp 250000/m2
Private investors with support
3 Retail and Cinema Rp 300000/m2 from local government’s
incentives
F Land Cost (A x B) Rp 86,940,000,000.00
G Building Cost (C x D) Rp 31,650,000,000.00 Development Funding Strategies
H 12% Consultants' Fee Rp 3,798,000,000.00 Cross-subsidy from various
I Infrastructure Development Rp 9,495,000,000.00
building programming by means
(30% of Building Cost) of layering different types of
programs in each building
J Total Development Cost Rp 131,883,000,000.00
Main Source of Income
K Rentable Area Offices/studios rental
1 Office Space 1160m2
Convention space
Total Building Floors 12
Retails and cinema
2 Convention Space 250m2
Total Building Floors 4 *Income return from Phase 1
development will be used to
3 Retail and Cinema 2110m2 support the development of
Total Building Floors 6
Phase 2
L Rent Rate (100% Occupancy)
1 Office Space (K1 x E1) Rp 1,392,000,000.00
2 Convention Space (K2 x E2) Rp 250,000,000.00
3 Retail and Cinema (K3 x E3) Rp 3,798,000,000.00

M Total Rent Income (L1 + L2 + L3) Rp 5,440,000,000.00

N Service Rate (30% of Rent Rate) Rp 1,632,000,000.00


Annual Depreciation Cost (10%) Rp 544,000,000.00
Total Rp 2,176,000,000.00

O Total Income (Monthly) (M - N) Rp 3,264,000,000.00

P Total Income (Annually) (O x 12) Rp 39,168,000,000.00

Q Income Return Rate (IRR) (J/P) 3.367110907


3 Years 4 Months
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Basement Concept

Photo Credit: I Ketut Dirgantara


Refurbishment for Bandung Creative City Gallery

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Dalem Kaum Heritage Row

The street of Dalem Kaum has


become very synonymous of
becoming the 'red light' district of
Bandung. The decision to improve the
condition of Dalem Kaum through
adaptive re-use of the existing
building is being seen as the most
appropriate and feasible way to
facilitate its existence within the new
Creative Laboratory District of
Bandung. By maintaining and face-
lifting almost all building structures
along the street, it is hoped that the
new developed stretch of Dalem
Kaum will synergize and compliment
the programming and urban strategies
of the surrounding area of Jalan Asia-
Afrika and Alun-Alun Bandung,
strengthening the historical,
commercial and economical value of
the area.
Jalan Dalem Kaum

Jalan Dalem Kaum

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Public Art Studies

1 2

3 4 5

1. Cloud Gate, Anish Kapoor


2. Basel Museum Sculpture, Jean Tinguely
3. Bed Machine, Shin Egashira
4. The Temple, Eko Prawoto
5. Tale of Two Boundaries, Multhalib Musa
6. Co2 LED, Jack Sanders
7. Women’s Table, Maya Lin
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Film Museum: Precedent

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1. Dusseldorf Film Museum, Dusseldorf


2. Hayward Gallery, London
3. La Cinematheque Francaise, Paris
4. Movieum of London, London
5. Amsterdam Film Museum, Amsterdam
6. Berlin Film Museum, Berlin

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cinema.bdg

cinema.bdg is a place making


programming strategy to develop the area
of Jalan Asia Afrika/ alun-alun as the
Creative Laboratory District for Bandung.
The strategy consists of a new area that
will house Bandung Film Studio, Bandung
Film Museum and a new alternative
cinema/ film workshop dedicated to the
development of the film industry for
Indonesia. Paying homage to one of the
greatest film of all time by Giuseppe
Tornatore - Cinema Paradiso, this
proposal also respond to the need of
Bandung city and its creative community
for a proper place for their creative
activities to take place. The now defunct
Bioskop Dian, situated right across the
site, will be revitalized by having these new
programs to re-brand and re-develop the
area, which is currently being left
underutilized, even it is located at one of
the prime area of Bandung.

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Master Plan (Option 1)

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Site Section (Option 1)

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Master Plan (Option 2)

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Public Spaces: Concept and Circulation Loops
Master Plan (Option 3)

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Public Spaces: Components and Scale

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Ground Level Plan

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Floor Plans

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Basement Plan

Basement 1
Car=207 lots
Motorcycle=334 lots
Service=2 lots
Basement 2
Car=213 lots
Motorcycle=334 lots

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Site Section

Detail A

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Sections and Elevations

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Detail Section

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Perspective

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Mini Cinema: Technical Specification

CAPACITY
Seating for 230 in ergonomically designed seats.

FILM PROJECTION
A top of the range Digital Cinema Projector capable of screening a wide range of image ratios,
combined with a studio quality sound system that offer a performance in excess of virtually any
screening room.

Digital Cinema Projector, NEC NC800c

Film formats supported:


1:1:66 (European Wide Screen) 1:1:85 (UK Wide Screen)
1:1:33 (Academy) 1:2:39 (Cinemascope)

SCREEN
Matt white micro perforated screen with motorized preset masking.
Size: 5.2m x 2.2m Plan
Throw distance (projector to screen): 8.5m

VIDEO PROJECTION
Doremi DCP2000 film player/ server, complemented by a Sony BDP-S300 Blue Ray/DVD player are
system integrated.
Additional format/ sourceS supported include: RGBHV, S-Video, VHS/SVHS, Composite, PC/MAC.
Digital satellite feed is available within the projector control room.

SOUND
Dynaudioacoustics M3FX 5.1 speaker system providing six channels of studio quality sound
throughout the room.
Supports Dolby EX 6.1.
Section
Powered by Dynaudioacoustics T Series amplifiers with TC Electronics digital crossovers.
USL JSD-80 Cinema Processor supporting 8 channel analogue audio input (25 pin D),
8 channel 32-96khz AES/EBU (25 pin D), SP/DIF AC3 bit stream (coax).

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Design Summary

The design explores the potential of the urban setting, offering


spaces that are connected and tied together by six clusters of
building blocks that perform various mixed programs. The
cylindrical buildings shaped the inner space of the public arena,
converging activities and events to take place in a fluid manner
and suggest engagement in creative and intellectual expressions
within the spaces and facilities provided. The design offers an
environment with unique characteristics, but at the same time
maintaining the dialogue with the surrounding areas.

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Scheme Report published by Hafiz Amirrol for
the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy
Development (SAPPK)
Institut Teknologi Bandung
Bandung, Indonesia

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