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Virra Larasati

VIRR Studio

http://www.issuu.com/virralarasati

Jakarta, Indonesia
Born and raised in Indonesia, studied Architecture at Tarumanagara University. She loves to travel and stay at cool hostels. Her ideas in architecture had nominated for Cycling and Walking Visionaries Awards in Austria and as a finalist of young architect IE Architecture Prize in Spain. She also involved in hospitalities and art projects while living in Bali. She currently resides in Jakarta, running her studio named VIRR Studio and focus on creating random things in architecture and beyond.

In.fill & ge.ne.ration Y


It doesn’t matter if you are citizens of a country, travelers or immigrants. As long as, you are generation Y, you can live the space.

In.fill & ge.ne.ration Y


It doesn’t matter if you are citizens of a country, travelers or immigrants. As long as, you are generation Y, you can live the space.
Future architecture should think about filling the poor gaps among generation Y
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Nowadays, many released insights around the ambitions of Millennial or Generation Y, born between 1980 and 1995 (still debated). There is a clear shift in the ways gen-Y perceive their future while still ambitious, impatience and idealistic. They thrive on competition and collaboration. Creating transparent hubs that provide them with visibility into each other’s activities can be a challenge in architecture.

Infill and gen-Y, infill means filling in gaps. In the architecture context, infill refers to a situation where there is a row of the house with one or several empty lots, interspersed between developed lots. Creating space on those empty lots is called infilling and the new developments themselves are called infill development. There are many infill gaps in many big cities in Europe, It’s not simple but possible to create space as a hub regardless of its form in infill gaps for gen-Y only. They can visit after working hours, chit chats and get lost together with other gen-Y.


/ regardless of its form, this space concept can unite and share ambitious mind of millennials from all over the world \

/ a space for chit chats, this place is like a public park but strictly gen-Y only, of course with rules applicable :p \

/ getting closer \ even in its tiny space, we can still create openness \

/ it's a prototype idea if the idea is acceptable, we can create " infill&genY " link map in many big cities in Europe \

In.fill & ge.ne.ration Y


It doesn’t matter if you are citizens of a country, travelers or immigrants. As long as, you are generation Y, you can live the space.

In.fill & ge.ne.ration Y


It doesn’t matter if you are citizens of a country, travelers or immigrants. As long as, you are generation Y, you can live the space.
Future architecture should think about filling the poor gaps among generation Y
File under

Nowadays, many released insights around the ambitions of Millennial or Generation Y, born between 1980 and 1995 (still debated). There is a clear shift in the ways gen-Y perceive their future while still ambitious, impatience and idealistic. They thrive on competition and collaboration. Creating transparent hubs that provide them with visibility into each other’s activities can be a challenge in architecture.

Infill and gen-Y, infill means filling in gaps. In the architecture context, infill refers to a situation where there is a row of the house with one or several empty lots, interspersed between developed lots. Creating space on those empty lots is called infilling and the new developments themselves are called infill development. There are many infill gaps in many big cities in Europe, It’s not simple but possible to create space as a hub regardless of its form in infill gaps for gen-Y only. They can visit after working hours, chit chats and get lost together with other gen-Y.


/ regardless of its form, this space concept can unite and share ambitious mind of millennials from all over the world \

/ a space for chit chats, this place is like a public park but strictly gen-Y only, of course with rules applicable :p \

/ getting closer \ even in its tiny space, we can still create openness \

/ it's a prototype idea if the idea is acceptable, we can create " infill&genY " link map in many big cities in Europe \


Idea by

Virra Larasati
VIRR Studio
Jakarta
Indonesia
Born and raised in Indonesia, studied Architecture at Tarumanagara University. She loves to travel and stay at cool hostels. Her ideas in architecture had nominated for Cycling and Walking Visionaries Awards in Austria and as a finalist of young architect IE Architecture Prize in Spain. She also involved in hospitalities and art projects while living in Bali. She currently resides in Jakarta, running her studio named VIRR Studio and focus on creating random things in architecture and beyond.