SAPPK PRINT STUDIO

FOOT PRINTS
A MANUAL

INTRODUCTION

SAPPK Print Studio is a student-based Publication Unit for the Architecture Program at SAPPK, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia. The Publication Unit is a self-run studio based team that will act as the publication team platform for the program. The unit will focus on documenting works, activities and other academic-related issues by students and lecturers involved with the Master Degree Program at SAPPK, ITB. The SAPPK Print Studio is an attempt to organically shape the school’s architectural discourse through the production and distribution of publications. It will operates within the School of Architecture, ITB – Indonesia’s oldest and most prestigious school of architecture and will function to host an ambitious program of exhibitions, events and publications. We hoped that by the establishment of this Publication Unit, which will consist of a voluntary-based team of lecturers and students, the SAPPK Print Studio will function as a small-scale publication team that aimed to integrate the publication of printed materials from the many collection of students’ works, writings, design process studies, critiques, essays and other related materials such as public events, cross-disciplinary activities, discussion, etc. and will focus on generating content, editing and design.

INTRODUCTION

The hope is that the in uence of the SAPPK Print Studio will quickly extend into the academic and intellectual life of the school, playing a key role as a protagonist of future publication initiatives. It will also be the communication platform to spread the breeding of emergent architecture and other related courses’ design thinking to the outside world. This unit is proposed to be run independently by volunteering students, with supports from lecturers and the School itself as a collaborative effort from these parties. This collaborative spirit and unifying concern for architectural publication and print production is hoped to enabled almost all of the contributions from students, teaching staffs and the people from the practice world to express their ideas and thoughts in printed form. This independent, loosely based publication unit will put this group of designers and architects in a closer relationship with the content itself. The SAPPK Print Studio is also hoped to function as a laboratory for research, education and development in architecture, urbanism and landscape through the form of printed materials.

CONCEPT

The concept of this publication is to create a book that would help in disseminating the academic processes involved during the development of design problems, solutions, objectives, strategies and proposals by students from the Master Degree Program. The monograph is intended to become a resource for further references since it will document all design development process from the earliest stage right until the birth of the design product. It is not a coffee table book or another architecture book that is lled with cool images but will be designed and published as a ‘manual’ to designing architectural projects. The main reference for this publication will be the established concept and format from these prestigious publications from top architecture schools around the world: 1. AA Book – Architectural Association School of Architecture 2. AA Agendas Series – Architectural Association School of
Architecture

3. Harvard Works – Harvard Graduate School of Design 4. 5.
Harvard University Deviations: Designing Architecture, A Manual – ETH Zurich Hunch – Berlage Institute

ABOUT VOLUME 1

The rst publication from the SAPPK Print Studio is called FOOTPRINTS. It was published as a comprehensive collection of students’ works, compiled from the 2009 Master Degree Program, and act as an important milestone for futher publication efforts. FOOTPRINTS Volume 1 was published as a 245 pages, with extensive color and black and white ilustrations in paperback format of 160mm x 240mm size book. It took four months to complete with great effort in compiling, writing, editing, designing layouts, selecting fonts and images, proof reading, printing and such. The editorial board of the rst volume hoped that FOOTPRINTS will be continued on a yearly basis by respectives batch of the Master Degree Program’s students. This manual is designed to provide basic understanding and reference to publish future editions of FOOTPRINTS.

CONTENTS AND FORMAT

FOOTPRINTS is basically divided into eight

chapters:
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 -

Preface Studio Teaching Staffs and Participants Studio Project 1 Studio Project 2 Studio Project 3 Studio Project 4 Public Programs/ Events Postscript/ Additional Notes

The format is as follows:
Book size - 160mm (w) x 240mm (h) Number of Pages - 245 including covers Color - Full color (CMYK) Binding Type - Perfect binding paperback Paper Type - 150gms white matte (dull, non-glossy) Cover Type - Full color cover design with UV coating

gloss, including inside color cover print on 310 gms coated paper Number of Copies - 500 ( rst print)

DESIGN

Spine

Front Cover

Inside Front Cover

Inside Back Cover

Back Cover

Spine

DESIGN
Eurostile Bold (8 pt)

156mm

52.5mm

Clubland Regular (139 pt) Clubland Regular (103 pt)

31.5mm

Eurostile Bold (10 pt) Eurostile Bold (14 pt)

18mm

Clubland Regular (36 pt)

18mm

8mm 10mm

Eurostile Bold (11 pt)

91.5mm

Eurostile Bold (10 pt) Eurostile Bold (12 pt) 167mm Eurostile Reg (10 pt)

88mm

Eurostile Bold (10 pt) 25mm 17mm 17mm ISBN Barcode Eurostile Bold (10 pt)

ITB Logo (12 x 17mm)

12mm 8mm

DESIGN

130mm

Minion Pro (11 pt)
c 2010 Institut Teknologi Bandung and the Authors. No part of this book may be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher, except in the context of reviews.

Footprints is a production of the SAPPK Print Studio Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia

96mm

Printed in Indonesia by Universal Printing Program Studi Arsitektur Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Labtek IX B Jl. Ganesha 10 Bandung 40132 Indonesia T (022) 253 0706 F (022) 253 0705 E sekres2@ar.itb.ac.id W www.sappk.itb.ac.id ISBN 978-602-97836-2-9

14mm

6mm

90mm

64mm

Front Matter/ Colophon

To maintain a continuation on the general design concept and layout of FOOTPRINTS, the design for front cover, front matter and the back cover should be similar to the design used for the rst volume. The design for the inside page spreads (body matter) may be designed differently, but must maintained similar feel from the rst volume. FOOTPRINTS should represent simple and professional design qualities in order to balance the heavy graphics and layouts of students’ architectural design works that are the main contents of the book.

PAGE SPREAD
160mm Front Cover Front Matter Front Matter Front Matter Contents

240mm 1

2

3

4

5

Introduction (Dean’s Welcome Note)

Introduction (Head of Program’s and Editor-in-Chief’s Welcome Note)

Page Break

Public Bath Brief (Text by Studio Coordinator)

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8

9

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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13

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches) Student’s Work Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches) Student’s Work Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches) Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

22 Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

23 Student’s Work

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Page Break

Students’ Activities (Text from Contributing Editors) (Activity Report)

Students’ Activities (Activity Report) (Activity Photos)

Students’ Activities

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

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Industri Dalam Brief (Text by Studio Coordinator)

Industri Dalam Context

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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PAGE SPREAD
Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches) Student’s Work Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches) Student’s Work Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches) Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Lecturer’s Note (Text by Studio Coordinator and Contributing Editors)

Page Break

ITB Design Competition (Text by Studio Coordinator and Competition Background)

ITB Design Competition

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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Page Break

Urban Acupuncture Brief (Text by Studio Coordinator)

Palaguna Context (Text by Contributing Editors and Report from Student)

Palaguna Context (cont.)

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

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Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

Student’s Work (Project Background, Concept and Approaches)

Student’s Work

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Diagrams and Process)

(Design Re ection)

(Design Re ection)

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pages continue...

PAGE SPREAD

The main contents for each chapters are: 1. Project Introduction from Studio Master 2. Student Design Works
a. Text b. Diagrams c. Drawings d. Perspectives, and/ or e. Models

3. Page break to end each chapter and mark the beginning of a new chapter

TEAM

Ef cient work delegation and task description is important to ensure systematic work system in the editorial and desktop publishing team. This chapter describe scope of works of each team member. STUDENT EDITORS
1. To edit all works and coordinate all required design statements, text, etc. and liaise with Studio Coordinator, Editor-in-Chief, Contributing Editors, Student Coordinator, Art Director and Team Members.

ART DIRECTOR
1. 2.

To lead the design department by providing standards and formats, as well as to coordinate all design and artworks. To liaise with Studio Coordinator, Editor-in-Chief, Contributing Editors, Student Coordinator, Editors and Design Team.

DESIGNERS
1. 2. 3. 4.

To liaise with Art Director and Design Team. To provide and coordinate all layout design standard and format. To set standard requirements for drawing conventions and format. To set standard requirements for photographs and graphic layout.

COPY WRITERS
1. 2. 3.

To coordinate and produce marketing communications media by developing promotional text, creative directions and branding for the publication by working closely with Art Director. To collect and coordinate all design statements from students in the form of written text. To liaise with Editors.

TEAM

LIAISON
1.

2.

To coordinate all students’ progress in this book-making process by liaising with the Head of Program, Studio Coordinator, Editor-in-Chief, Contributing Editors, Editors, Art Director and Team Members. To curate selected students’ works by liaising with Studio Coordinator.

PUBLISHING AND MARKETING
1. 2. 3.

To coordinate all publication matter by providing information/ coordinating all work materials with potential publishers. To research on potential marketing strategy and provide information to the Team. To liaise with and support the Student Coordinator/ Curatorial for all matters related to publishing and marketing.

PRODUCTION

FOOTPRINTS was printed by

Universal Offset Printing
Jl. Satria Raya III No. 5, Bandung P: +62 22 541 7871 F: +62 22 540 9692 E: rraozen@yahoo.com

FOOTPRINTS was designed using these following

typefaces:

Minion Pro Eurostile Clubland Matrix Script National Primary Bell Gothic Clarendon
c 2010 Institut Teknologi Bandung and the Authors. No part of this book may be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher, except in the context of reviews.

Footprints is a production of the SAPPK Print Studio Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia Printed in Indonesia by Universal Printing Program Studi Arsitektur Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Labtek IX B Jl. Ganesha 10 Bandung 40132 Indonesia T (022) 253 0706 F (022) 253 0705 E sekres2@ar.itb.ac.id W www.sappk.itb.ac.id

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