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Final Project Pusat Kegiatan

Komunitas Kristen (Christian


Center) di Jakarta
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Rancangan ini berupa hasil (beserta konsep) perancangan komplek bangunan Pusat Kegiatan
Komunitas Kristen (Christian Center) di Jakarta. Konsep utama perancangan Christian Center
ini adalah arsitektur simbolisme, dimana diterapkan/ ditransformasikan nilai-nilai/ filosofi
Simbol-simbol kristiani ke dalam bentuk gedung gereja, gedung convention hall, gedung
komunitas dan kantor dan rancangan tapaknya.
Konsep lainnya yang digunakan dalam rancangan adalah nilai-nilai filosofi ajaran Kristiani dan
nilai karakter kehidupan umat kristiani. Teori anonic dan canonic design digunakan sebagai
dasar konsep perancangan, yang menekankan pada arsitektur simbolisme sebagai solusi
desain. Pendekatan filosofi Oikoumene terhadap pola kegiatan dan perencanaan fisik
bangunan menyimbolkan kebersamaan dan bertujuan menciptakan rasa kesatuan antar
denominasi Gereja di Indonesia. Perencanaan proyek ini menerapkan metode pengumpulan
data dan analisis yang dilakukan secara komprehensif, dan kelompokan kedalam tiga aspek
yaitu manusia, bangunan, dan lingkungan. Metoda pendekatan perancangan yang digunakan
dalam proses desain ini adalah dengan studi literatur, studi pengamatan lapangan, studi
banding dan wawancara.
Tujuan perancangan ini untuk mejawab masalah yaitu penyediaan sarana bagi komunitas
Kristiani dalam melakukan kegiatan pembinaan keagamaan terhadap umat Kristiani di kota
Jakarta, serta permasalahan lain yang terdapat pada desain Conventiion Hal sebagai tempat
pertemuan dalam skala besar. Latar belakang lain yang ditemukan di lapangan/ gedunggedung Gereja di Jakarta saat ini yaitu kurangnya lahan terbuka yang bisa digunakan untuk
jemaat melakukan aktivitas selain beribadah, merancang penghawaan mikro disekitar
bangunan dengan suhu kota yang panas. Penerjemahan nilai-nilai lokal dan arsitektur kristiani

dalam transformasi seperti bentuk massa bangunan, fasade, gerbang, perencanaan lahan,
landscape dan beberapa hal lainnya
Lingkungan bangunan Pusat Kegiatan Komunitas Kristen (Christian Center) di Jakarta ini
terletak di daerah Jakarta Pusat, dimana terdapat Pemukiman penduduk, Kantor-kantor, Hotel,
Kantor pemerintahan, Kantor Organisasi Kristen, dan pusat perbelanjaan serta komponen
penting lainnya. Kemudian akan tampil desain terhadap permasalahan konteks kota tersebut.
Permasalahan dalam merancang Christian center adalah permasalahan bangunan berupa
permasalahan fungsi,bentuk dan struktur, permasalahan lingkungan, permasalahan sosial
dan juga bagaimana mewujudkan sebuah rancangan pusat kegiatan komunitas Kristen yang
menjadi landmark umat kristiani Jakarta dan memberikan pengalaman religius bagi
penggunanya.
Gedung-gedung pada komplek Pusat Kegiatan Komunitas Kristen (Christian Center) di Jakarta
ini memiliki fungsi ruang yang berbeda dibagi atas tiga fungsi utama yaitu fungsi ibadah dan
pertemuan, fungsi komunitas dan pelatihan, fungsi keorganisasian, fungsi pelayanan sosial
dan pelengkap. Keempat fungsi utama ini dikonfigurasikan dalam gedung yang terpisah-pisah
yang terdiri dari tiga buah massa gedung yaitu, Bangunan Kapel dengan ketinggian dua lantai
yang terdiri dari altar, ruang duduk jemaat, dan ruang musik. Bangunan Convention hall
dengan ketinggian tiga lantai terdiri atas ruangan pertemuan berkapasitas 3000 orang, ruang
panggung, ruang kontrol cahaya dan suara, ruang persiapan, ruang latihan,dengan fasilitas
pelengkap yaitu toko buku keristen dan cafetaria. Bangunan Komunitas dan Pelayanan Sosial
dengan ketinggian tiga lantai terdiri atas ruangan pusat informasi, ruangan perpustakaan,
klinik umum, guest house, ruang kelas seminar dan pelatihan, ruang latihan musik, ruang
pengajar, ruang kantor organisasi kristen, ruang kantor pengelola, 2 ruang serbanguna
berkapasitas 200 dan 300 orang.
Nama
Judul

: Andrian
: Pusat Kegiatan Komunitas Kristen (Christian Center) di Jakarta

Topik
Tema

: Arsitektur Simbolisme
: Prasarana untuk peningkatan kualitas kehidupan umat Kristiani, dengan

pendekatan Arsitektur Simbolisme dan karakter Kristiani.


Lokasi
: Jl.Arief Rahman Hakim, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat
Tipologi
Klien

: Tempat Ibadah
: Bimas Kristen DKI Jakarta

Luas Bangunan
Luas Lahan

: + 10.170,9 m2
: + 16.166m2

Pembimbing
Dosen Penguji

: Dr. Ir. Sri Astuti Indriyati, MDP


: Dr. Ir. W. Harry Susilo, MM., IAI. &

Galeri

Ir. Winardi, MT.

COMMUNITY CENTERS #2
FEBRUARY 21, 2009

This week for my Community Center review, I went and checked out the Kitsilano Community Center.

Located at the corner of 12th and Larch, 2690 Larch Street to be exact, Kits Community Center is the mall of
community centers. More like a 70s mall thats had a recent reno The place is huge, sprawling, and has
everything that you need.

Kitsilano Community Centre

Founded as part of a grassroots movement to provide public recreation while commemorating those who lost their lives in the
Second World War, Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre features a fitness centre, ice rink, gymnasium, dance studio,
youth lounge, and seniors lounge. Specialty programs include a licensed preschool, special needs youth activities, and
personal training.

View drop-in schedules

Kitsilano Community Centre drop-in schedules


See the schedule of drop-in activities taking place at Kitsilano Community Centre.

Register for programs today

Kitsilano Community Centre programs


View and register for recreation programs and lessons.

Enjoy our facilities

Kitsilano Rink

Ice available from September to March. Dry floor from April to August. Ice surface: 200 x 85. Seating: 100. Located at 2690
Larch St in the Kitsilano neighbourhood.

More facilities at Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre

The Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre also includes the following facilities. We will provide more information about
these facilities as we expand the information on this site.

Childcare

Dance studio

Teen/youth centre

Seniors lounge

Sauna/whirlpool

Playground (Connaught Park)

Free public WiFi; see the Front Desk for more information

Kitsilano Community Association

The Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre is jointly operated by the Vancouver Park Board and the Kitsilano
Community Association (KCA).

Through the creation and management of resources and physical environments and working in partnership and cooperation
with other community organizations, the Kitsilano Community Association ensures an adequate balance of opportunities
within the Kitsilano Community, for people, individually and collectively, to participate in a wide variety of recreation activities
which satisfy basic needs and aid in improving the quality of community life. For more information about the KCA and to get
involved, visit the Kitsilano Community Association website

Facilities & Rentals

Kerrisdale Community Centre Is Operated Jointly By The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society
And The Vancouver Board Of Parks And Recreation
Welcome to the Kerrisdale Community Centre we have an indoor pool, exercise room, gymnasium, public library and a Seniors
Centre.
Kerrisdale's Cyclone Taylor Skating Arena (with the summer indoor play area 'The Kerrisdale Play Palace') is just two blocks
away.

Renting A Room At Kerrisdale Community Centre


Let us know your requirements. We have many beautiful spaces in which to hold your next meeting or celebration. Some of the
uses for the facilities include:
Meetings
Lectures
Wedding Receptions
Banquets
Sporting Events
Special Events
Birthdays / Anniversary Parties
Find out more about our children's birthday party program

If suitable facilities are available, you will be asked to fill in a rental contract and pay a refundable deposit to reserve the space.
The total rental fee is due two weeks prior to the rental date.

Click here to find out more about room rentals

Palo Verde Library and Maryvale Community Center /


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Designed by Gould Evans in association with Wendell Burnette Architects, the Palo Verde Library and
Maryvale Community Center is a multi-use facility that includes a large public library collection area, a 150seat auditorium for recital, drama and public lectures, and a community center that includes a park, pool,
basketball courts, running track, and gym. The design intention was to discover a way to maintain the
existing recreational park all the while providing a building that energized the surrounding community.
Palo Verde Library and Maryvale Community Center has received numerous awards including a 2009
Honor Award, AIA/ALA National, 2007 National Honor Award, and a 2006 Merit Award,AIA Western
Mountain Region.
More photographs and drawings following the break.
Architects: Gould Evans
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Associate Architect: Wendell Burnette Architects
General Contractor: Smith Construction Management
Structural Engineer: Rudow + Berry
Mechanical Engineer: Kunka Engineering
Civil Engineer: WRG Design
Electrical Engineer: Associated Engineering

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Landscape Architect: Ten Eyck Landscape Architects


Signage Design: Thinking Caps
Lighting Design: Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design
Acoustics: Wardin Cockriel Associates
Historian: Nancy Dallett, Projects in the Public Interest
Client: City of Phoenix
Project Area: 43,000 sqf
Project Year: 2006
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The design team worked together to meet incredible scheduling and budget parameters. A parking variance
and an intergovernmental agreement with the schools to the south saved the large ball field. The explicit
intent of the design was to be environmentally responsible, and for the Public Park and its environs to
remain the green heart of Maryvale. The design teams ability to deal with the existing park-like conditions
and provide a unique building solution for this site and the Citys goals demonstrates the design teams
dedication to finding unique solutions for the circumstances of a given site.

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This projects challenges included the need to maintain the existing recreational park, while reinvigorating
the area and establishing a renewed civic presence in the community. By designing a building comprised of
metal clad blocks that rest on an 8-foot high band of glass, a transparency was created that allows people
passing by to interact with the activity inside. The southeast corner of the park is preserved, and is thus
transformed into a contemplative park for the library, as well as an unobstructed window into the site. The
solid, upper portion of the street volumes are clad in mill-finish stainless steel. This requires 40% less
energy to fabricate than finished stainless steel and has a unique quality that absorbs light and color more
than it reflects them. This quality allows the park to appear as if it figuratively moves through the mass of
the building. The building simultaneously reads as bold and quiet, there and not there, while recording the
range of light a true response to our unique Arizona climate.

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This project demonstrates an approach to site-specific design the ability of the design team to carefully
consider the context of the site from many different scales, and respond to the unique circumstances of
climate, views and open space.

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Pani Community Centre / SchilderScholte architects

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Location: Rajarhat, Bangladesh
Area: 910.0 sqm
Year: 2014
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Design Team: Gerrit Schilder, Hill Scholte


Structural Engineer : PT-structural, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Main Contractor: MEI, Rajarhat, Bangladesh
Building Costs: 44.000,- (excl. VAT)
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From the architect. The Dutch foundation Pani commissioned SchilderScholte architects to design an
educational building in the north Bengal town of Rajarhat. The architects couple embraced this pro bono
assignment coming from ideological motives and knowledge sharing. The building serves as a community
centre for folks from the region, aged from toddlers to elder people.

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During the design process attention was mainly focused on locally available materials and weather
conditions. The starting point was to realize a building using materials and skills from within a 15 miles
radius around the site. Bamboo, hand-shaped brick, Mango wood, reused steel, local mortar and wafer-thin
recycled corrugated panels are the main materials used in the building.
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The drive was to encourage locals to become aware on the basic principles of sustainability and durable
building concepts. In effect close to zero electricity or fossil fuels were used during construction and other
necessities required for erecting this building. Thus realizing an environmentally friendly building that
contributes to the community in a significant way. The plan (79105 ft) is East-West oriented and consists
of two volumes under a large bamboo roof construction.
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The classrooms and lavatories are positioned on the South side and on the North side we find the
workshop with store. Two sight lines traverse the building in all four directions. The lifting of the roof high
above the volumes has achieved a considerable reduction of heat build up within the spaces. Further
cooling is provided by cross ventilation, surrounding vegetation and the nearby pond. With the completion
of this striking design the architects have proved that conventional local resources and materials can be
used to build successful environmentally friendly unconventional architecture.

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Lay Out
The composition of volumes housed under one big U-shaped roof creates interspaces that are open for
public use. There is no architectural loss. On the ground floor there is a covered plaza with adjacent
collective lavatories. At first level, on top of the workshop, there is a freely accessible assembly floor for
public meetings. This part of the building is connected by a footbridge coming from the classrooms.

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Bamboo Rules
Although bamboo is seen as an inferior material in the region, the architects have chosen to make the
whole roof construction out of it. Even the walls and French doors of the workshop are cladded with it!
Thus being a reference to the bamboo bicycle frames that are made here. The final assembly of the bikes
take place at the backside under the roof. The front of the workshop faces the main road and houses the
bicycle shop.

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Sustainable Features
From a bioclimatic point of view the orientation of the building allows to emphasize the natural cross
ventilation, which prevents costs with electric fans. The roof of the building is suspended to both sides
(East and West) providing shade, protecting the biggest openings against rain and collecting rainwater into
the courtyard. The concept is to combine and optimize local techniques with local materials. For this the
strategy is to participate in the evolution and modernization of the local construction processes without a
rupture in the know how of the population.
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In the North of Bangladesh buildings are almost all constructed with bricks in combination with corrugated
panels, so we propose also the use of bricks but in an optimized and locally unknow brickwork bond that
doesnt require whole-brick walls for stability, minimizing the costs and maintaining the main advantage, the
use of local materials and craftsmanship. U-shaped brick columns support the South facade of the building,
thus creating a row of small vertical windows. Ultimately, this can be understood as a single stone wall, a
great saving on construction costs, time and labor.
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The dimensions are chosen with great care, in such a way that direct sunlight into the classrooms is
minimized still providing in optimal daylight illumination. Also the use of nearby ponds for natural draft to
cool the classrooms was taken into account in the design. The techniques use for this project are also very
easy to learn and diffused by the main contractor, which will contribute to the local construction
modernization. This application of local bricks is less expensive and reduces the use of construction wood
by combining bamboo with thin concrete floors. This minimizes the shortage of wood in Bangladesh as well
future maintenance costs.

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By Nature
Some biomimicry elements are put on the test here! The brick-built volumes are all plastered and partly
painted. The interior walls are coloured in light blue, a hue that flies shun. The splay of the classroom
windows are painted yellow, a hue that specific insects dislike. Yellow has been opted as the dominant
color. It refers to the flowers of the mustard plant, a crop that colors large parts of the country from
December to January. Grey and black are the other shades, which in turn refer to the color of the Bengal
earth before and after rainfall.
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Upper Floor Plan

Roof Plan

North Elevation

South Elevation

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Architects: Jackson Architecture
Location: Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: Courtesy of Archiphoto Pty Ltd.

Ground Floor Area: 4,300 sqm


First Floor Area: 2,350 sqm
The Clayton Community Centre co-locates a Fitness and Aquatic Centre, Library, Auditorium and Theatre,
Youth and Family Services Centre, Maternal & Child Health facility along with Preschool and Arts facilities
creating a dynamic one-stop-shop for social and recreational services. Also included is a new community

Medical and Dental clinic. The planning makes these facilities legible and encourages exploration so that
users of one facility may be attracted to others on offer. In this way the design seeks to engender a sense of
community, ownership and pride.
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The architectural expression intentionally contrasts with the adjacent environment using a unified deep red
skin and canted glazed walls to provide a high degree of transparency. The large glazed volumes of the
Aquatic zone (north facing) and the Library zone (facing Centre Road) were each given a canted wall and
roof to book end the building.
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Ease of access, personal amenity and security are key issues that have been addressed in the design of
the Centre. A prominent Main Public Entry provides access to the Library and Aquatic Centre via a foyer
with a Caf. Adjacent is an internally located Theatre. Further on, the Clayton Art Room and Youth and
Family Services facilities adjoin a large landscaped Courtyard accessed via a covered verandah that leads

through to the Preschool and Medical Clinic. The east-west courtyard is a key feature of the masterplan as
it provides increased northern orientation and separates the Aquatic/Fitness functions from the rest of the
facilities. A Pre-school is located at the rear arm of the site with its discrete drop off and secure playground
bordering the Councils western car park. A dedicated entry is also provided here with lift and stair access
to the Medical Centre at first floor level.
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The architectural design addresses the security for staff and visitors with clear site lines from the
reception/control desk that will allow staff to monitor the traffic to toilets, meeting rooms, treatment room
corridors and the administrative office zone. Staff facilities have been separately zoned from public areas.
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The design ensures visitors and staff will find the centre accessible, safe and inviting the transparent
butterfly roof unifies the various elements; well conceived pathways lead people through the Centre; health

treatment rooms are positioned at the perimeters to maximise natural light; and sunshades protect the pool
area whilst allowing dappled light to penetrate.
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The Centres ESD credentials were ensured with a considered building orientation design response to site
restraints and opportunities, exploration and correct selection of building fabric (eg double glazing), and
finally rainwater collection and harvesting for its landscaped gardens.
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