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RAW Architecture studio is in Wallpaper Magazine

Elle wrote “The Wallpaper* Architects’ Directory 2021 includes RAW Architecture, the fast-emerging Indonesian practice set up by Realrich Sjarief”

Saya tidak pernah menyangka studio kami bisa masuk ke Wallpaper Magazine. Saya mengenal Wallpaper dari publikasi yang selalu mencari cerita / design yang avant garde. Proyek ini dinamakan direktori arsitek 2021. yang dimulai pada tahun 2000 yang berisi daftar bakat biro arsitek yang menjanjikan, Direktori Arsitek Wallpaper* adalah daftar tahunan tentang praktik “menjanjikan” dari seluruh dunia. Proyek dari Wallpaper ini telah, selama bertahun-tahun menampilkan gaya dan antar benua, sambil selalu memperjuangkan studio muda terbaik dan paling menarik. Proyek ini juga menampilkan karya inspiratif dengan penekanan pada tempat tinggal. Sekarang termasuk lebih dari 500 alumni dan terus bertambah, Direktori Arsitek kembali untuk edisi ke-21. Bergabunglah dengan kami saat kami meluncurkan survei tahun ini – 20 studio muda, dari Australia, Kanada, Cina, Kolombia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Jepang, Malaysia, Meksiko, Belanda, Nigeria, Afrika Selatan, Korea Selatan, Spanyol, Swedia, AS, dan Inggris yang menjanjikan, penuh ide, dan arsitektur yang menarik.

Ellie Stathaki mengirim email 3 bulan yang lalu, dan setelah itu kita berdiskusi melalui email berkali – kali untuk menseleksi apakah studio kami bisa masuk di Wallpaper kali ini. Apa yang saya lakukan di studio beserta tim semoga bisa membawa kasus – kasus yang memberikan dampak pembelajaran bagi banyak orang. Dari praktik yang menggunakan lokal, adaptasi kekriyaan, dan bagaimana metode desain kritis, desain – membangun, dan integratif antar disiplin memberikan kelenturan bagi sebuah proses desain yang bisa berganti rupa.

https://www.wallpaper.com/architecture/wallpaper-architects-directory-2021-raw-architecture-indonesia

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Guha is in the 50 best-houses of 2020 so far

Thank you for Archdaily we’re in the article by Victor Delaqua

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We’ve recently passed the halfway point of 2020, and to date, we’ve published hundreds of residential projects featuring distinct ways of living on ArchDaily. In a year marked by the worst health crisis that humanity has experienced in the last century, the Covid-19 pandemic, the house has gained new meanings and values, reiterating that no matter how diverse its program, a home’s purpose is to shelter its inhabitants.

Context, topography, scale, materials, budget and user desires are a range of aspects (and challenges) that define the most varied architectural solutions. It is no surprise that residential works are the most popular project category on ArchDaily. In the list below you’ll find the residences that gained the most interest, featuring the 50 most popular projects across the whole ArchDaily network during the first half of 2020.

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Earthing Silaban – Finalist of Museum Silaban Design Open Competition

 

Sayembara ini merupakan eksperimen yang dilakukan untuk memberikan optimalisasi luasan area yang terdesain dengan meletakkan desain massa di sisi yang rawan longsor yang ada di sisi batas bangunan. Lahan gudul yang menjadi lokasi merupakan bekas pertambangan pasir yang merupakan hasil perbuatan penambang yang berusaha menghasilkan keuntungan dari lokasi, mengusahakan yang terbaik yang bisa didapat untuk kepentingannya dan kesejahteraannya.

Seiring dengan perjalanan, dengan contoh di lahan ini, manusia lupa bahwa perlu ada memberi kembali pada alam sehingga lupa untuk mengembalikan apa yang sudah diambil hingga lahan itu menjadi rusak, terbengkalai dan buruk kualitasnya. Oleh karna itu desain dari Earthing Silaban berupaya mengembalikan esensi yaitu kebergunaan dari lahan menjadi hal yang penting untuk memberi makna baru dan kebergunaan baru, yang dimetaforakan dengan sama seperti legenda Tungkot Tunggal Panaluan, yaitu memaknai sebuah kejadian pilu menjadi suatu hal positif dan tidak saling menyalahkan. Bentuk dari Tungko Tunggal Panaluan ini menyiratkan bentuk massa bangunan yang memanjang yang merupakan hasil optimalisasi dari Cut and Fill lahan yang didasarkan kedalam strategi desain arsitektur yang berkelanjutan, efisien, low carbon footprint, dan meminimalisasi dampak lingkungan dengan memperbesar dampak positif dengan mengolah ruang – ruang yang positif.

Konsep perencanaan Monumen Friedrich Silaban didasarkan pada kesadaran untuk mengobati lahan yang rusak dengan prinsip utama bertitik berat pada respon bangunan yang optimal terhadap konteks dengan menyesuaikan bangunan sebagai bagian dari kontur ikut membantu menguatkan kontur berbukit di bagian belakang site, mengamankan lahan dari kemungkinan adanya longsor. Konsep perencanaan Monumen Friedrich Silaban didasarkan pada beberapa prinsip :

Prinsip pertama bertitik erat pada respon bangunan terhadap konteks tanpa merusak lingkungan, Upaya passive cooling juga dilakukan dengan menggunakan corong untuk menangkap angin. Corong berupa dinding dengan skala ketinggian yang massive agar angin terkumpul secara maksimal tanpa halangan. Selain untuk menangkap angin, dinding yang tinggi juga digunakan untuk pencahayaan alami melalui skylight. Skylight ditempatkan di antara fungsi-fungsi ruang sehingga setiap ruang mendapat akses langsung dengan pencahayaan alami.Lokalitas juga tercermin dalam pemilihan material berupa batu kapur putih.

Prinsip kedua berhubungan dengan kebermanfaatan monumen Friedrich Silaban ini terhadap masyarakat sekitar. Beberapa spot dapat digunakan untuk aktivitas publik, seperti tangga masuk yang dibuat lebar agar dapat digunakan pengunjung untuk duduk-duduk, bersantai atau bisa digunakan untuk platform aktifitas publik (pertemuan, pementasan musik, teater dan lain sebagainya

Prinsip ketiga yaitu memberikan jiwa dan karakteristik Friedrich Silaban ke dalam bangunan, menjadikan monumen Friedrich Silaban ini memiliki sifat seperti Silaban itu sendiri. Penggunaan geometri yang sederhana serta pengunaan skala yang humanistis namun monumental yang merepresentasikan kesederhanaan.

Desain dari konsep Silaban Membumi “Earthing Silaban” ini mendemonstrasikan kesederhanaan Silaban dengan reduksi arsitektur yang radikal, meredefinisikan museum sebagai ruang yang bermain dengan cahaya, kesederhanaan, ruang – ruang yang humanis namun monumental.

Sayembara ini dikerjakan di dalam waktu sekitar 4 hari, waktu yang tidak lama karena kesibukan kami, di dalam proses pengerjaan terdapat saat – saat untuk merefleksikan kembali kejernihan metodologi desain. Dan pilihan – pilihan yang muncul dan disepakati di dalam proses diskusi membuat desain dari Museum ini memberikan titik yang baru di dalam proses perencanaan yang lebih solid dan radikal.

Design Team :
Principal : Realrichsjarief
Team : Alifian Kharisma, Fakhriyah Khairunnisa, Thomas Santoso, Michael Chen, Timbul Simanjorang, Kanigara Ubazti.
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Juror :
1. Ir. Diana Kusumastuti, MT. / Direktur Bina Penataan Bangunan, Direktorat Jenderal Cipta Karya Kementerian PUPR
2. Sahat Silaban, SE / Pengagas Monumen Friedrich Silaban
3. Drs. Tonny Sihombing, M.IP / Pemerintah Daerah Kab. Humbang Hasundutan
4. Prof. Ir. Gunawan Tjahjono, IAI., M.Arc., Ph.D / Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia
5. Ir. Baskoro Tedjo MSEB,Ph.D / Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia
6. Boy Brahmawanta Sembiring, IAI, AA / Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia Sumatera Utara
7. Setiadi Sopandi, IAI., ST., M.A.rch / Penulis Buku Friedrich Silaban
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Alfa Omega Featuring in Construction + Magazine for Issue No. 14

  

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Realrich Sjarief’s profile featured in IndonesiaTatler.com

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The name Realrich Sjarief may not be familiar to the public, but he is certainly no stranger to the realm of Indonesian architecture. An architect and founder of RAW (architectural firm) is known for his honest design and prioritizes the authenticity of materials that combine uniqueness and culture. For him, the simplicity and function of a building is the main essence that must be put forward. Then what is the man behind the success of RAW Material? Here are 4 things about Realrich Sjarief.

 

Read more at: https://indonesiatatler.com/society/realrich-sjarief-arsitek-pelopor-desain-unfinished-di-indonesia

 

 

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Alfa Omega Nominated as Finalist in Fibra Awards 2019

 

See more at: https://www.fibra-award.org/en/results/the-50-finalists/

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Realrich Sjarief Interview about Experimentation, Featured on CUBES Singapore by Indesignlive

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RAW Featuring in 100+ Indonesian Architecture Firms & Emergings.

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Realrich Sjarief Interview on Practice Approach, Featured on CASA Indonesia

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OMAH Baca featuring in Kompas Minggu

 

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RAW featuring in The Jakarta Post news portal for WAF 2018

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RAW featuring in Kompas.com article for Dezeen Awards 2018

 

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RAW Architecture featuring in CASA Indonesia magazine

 

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Realrich Sjarief featuring in idea Online

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RAW featured in Arredamento Architecture Turkey Magazine Issue No. 316

 

http://www.arredamentomimarlik.com/dergi/316

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Alfa Omega School featured in Detail & Architecture China

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School of Alfa Omega featured in Hinge provided by Zinio New York

Established in 1993, the founding concept of Hinge Magazine was to provide a strong focus for design with an attitude that was distinctly international. Their stories meet the expectations of today’s professional designers – newsy, dynamic and stimulating but the focus will always be directed towords design. Hinge is provided by Zinio LLC, 575 Lexington Ave,17th Floor, New York, NY, 10022, http://www.zinio.com

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School of Alfa Omega featured in Dis-up! Spain

School of Alfa Omega featured in Dis-up! Spain
Dis-up! is a spanish-based news platform that focus on architecture, interior design, design, art and technology.

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Kampono House is featuring in Archibazaar Singapore

Archibazaar is the region’s first collective online platform for architects, manufacturers, suppliers and practitioners of the architecture and construction industry.

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Realrich Sjarief on Interview with Berlogos Russia

 

The Indonesian architect, the founder of RAW Architecture, the organizer of the scholarship program and the free school of architecture OMAH, the author of the books told BERLOGOS about architecture as a cultural form, locality, general architectural education and specificity of Indonesian architecture.

– Realrich, you founded RAW Architecture in 2011, continuing the dynasty of builders in your family. Did this affect your practice?

– True, my father and my grandfather are respected construction engineers, well known for their skill. I went the other way, deciding to become an architect and creating my own architectural firm in 2011. The task of the RAW office, like many other firms, is to offer a professional product in a residential environment and improve the quality of life. But we focus on exploring the possibilities of each material and realize the importance of skill.

I take projects with which I can experiment, establish a connection using local solutions, it is always a point of growth.

– You organize a scholarship program, which annually attracts people from all over Southeast Asia, who want to study architecture from the very foundations. And you introduced a free OMAH school for young people. Personally for you, why is the architectural education of the population necessary no less than any other? What is most concerned about people, what are they more interested in?

– This is the fundamental basis in the career of the architect. I offer not only theory, but also real practice – the whole spectrum of the profession that we all love. Participants in the fellowship and fellowship program are interested in how to adapt in the rapidly changing architectural practice.

If you have seen the work of Paul Klee Versunkenheit (nach der Zeichuung), depicting a man without an ear, but with eyes, a huge nose and a mouth; then I would add a huge ear and one more detail – to be an architect, a person must have a huge heart.

I think after you get the basics and pass the internship, all you need is to believe in intuition and yourself. Your heart will follow the design.

– Does it happen that your students ask questions and try to answer them in their projects?

– Whole projects have always appeared on their own, as unique people. I ask students to rely on children’s experience or the most vivid memories (spatial or not) that they had. Then I ask you to translate it into the language of design. Form planning begins and the initial sketch begins. I put before them the main problem in the form of a site plan, and they often come up with very interesting solutions to how to design this site in accordance with their own understanding of architecture. Sometimes they are curious to develop a new language, and, I think, it’s worth knowing yourself to find your passion for design.

– What does stability mean to you? How do you interpret this term?

– First, when the design copes with a local problem and displays it in a workable urban environment. It is a viable design that can react to surrounding challenges. Secondly, sustainable design is not just an existing form of modern materials. It can adapt the strengths of the terrain, surroundings and local craftsmanship. Stable design is also able to solve any problems, whether economic or social.

For example, my project Alpha Omega from the beginning to the end exists due to the social involvement of the local community. The building determined the material that corresponds to the site and conditions. Since the site is a swamp, we raised the floor 210 cm above the ground. The object is designed with several holes, allowing the natural airflow to freely enter the room. Material for construction was found within a radius of 5 km.

– One of your projects is a bioclimatic house. What is their future? Will they be the privilege of some “elite”, or will it become the norm for all people in the world?

– This was my first project and experiment, a local solution to the housing problem. Bioclimatics means that design can support itself, like the body. For example, making holes, we can control the flow of air, which allows us to always maintain the optimum temperature inside the building. I think that to some extent such a design can be the next paradigm for the formation of a residential environment in the future. This is practically feasible and has already been used in many cases as a basis.

– You wrote Alpha: Never-Ending Discussion in Strange Architecture, which mentioned several levels of architecture and evaluation that shape our culture. Could you tell us about them in brief?

And, do you think, has the place of architecture in culture changed over time?

– I had an idea to gather thoughts to improve literacy in architecture, try to talk with young people in the OMAH library, based on the provisions of many books and lectures. One of them – “Understanding Architecture” Conway and Roenich – explains the importance of understanding the architecture, rather than its assessment. In one layer, architecture serves as an art, in the other Architecture as a form of cultural expression has not undergone major changes. Today’s architecture, especially the housing problem associated with the use and restriction of land, has raised interest in efficiency. It’s about what you can do with small spaces. The challenge is to shift project constraints through design.

– What is the role of architecture in Indonesian culture? How would you describe Indonesian architecture?

“My last project of the Alfa Omega school is probably an example of my interpretation of Indonesian architecture. Since the school is in a remote location, the construction depended on what was available on the site. It turned out that with the help of material and human resources, with bamboo, brick and steel for 4 months, you can build an object that can accommodate 1200 students.

In short, Indonesian architecture, in my opinion, is a design that depends on locality, attitudes to the specifics of the context and the specific situation of the site.

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Dancer House featuring in Archdaily Worldwide

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RAW Architecture Studio is published in Monocle

While widely used in countryside vernacular, bamboo remains underexplored in an urban setting: Jakarta architecture studio Raw is making great advances in proving its flexibility and eco-friendliness with experiments it carries out in its in-house workshop. Other than being a visual hallmark of tropical modernism, cooling …more in here

https://monocle.com/magazine/issues/106/open-house/

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Realrich Sjarief Interview on Millionaireasia Asia, August 2017

Realrich is interviewed by MillionaireAsia. The issue is about architecture movement in Indonesia and the effect of regional character driven by it’s authentic roots of craftmen, economic social, and contextual factors. MillionaireAsia is a regional multi-channel platform targeted at High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) in Asia. Over the years, we have built an extensive and fast-growing database of 140,000 millionaires in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, Japan, India, United Arab Emirates, Monaco, Russia and Australia. MillionaireAsia magazine currently publishes six localised editions: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, and Taiwan. We have a combined circulation of 60,000 and a readership of 300,000 of the richest people in Asia.

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Akanaka on iDEA Indonesia August 2017

 

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The Guild featured in Koran Tempo Indonesia, June 2017

Realrich is interviewed by Koran Tempo. He explained about The Guild and Omah Library and the dialogue or several factors embedding design process in residential design. Koran Tempo is an Indonesian newspaper in Indonesia. It is owned by PT Tempo Inti Media Harian. It was first published on April 2, 2001, with a circulation of 100,000 daily.  

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School of Alfa Omega featuring in Archdaily Worldwide

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The guild featured in REM Malaysia, May 2017

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Parabolic Plywood Office featuring in I-PLUS South Korea

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The guild featured in cover of online magazine Interiors, Russia, March 2017

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Realrich Sjarief is featured in The Emotional Impact of Architecture in Jakarta Now! Indonesia

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Parabolic Plywood Office featuring in BOB South Korea

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Parabolic Plywood Office is on Archdaily Worldwide

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Located in Alam Sutera, Tangerang, as it completed in 2016, Puncak Keemasan Group Office occupies 2.450 sqm of built area. The building is intended as office for several companies, which is a noticeable challenge in programming scheme. As part of given solution, the design proposes permeable transition to create unifying ambience with structural parabolic shape made by plywood while maintaining separation inside each chamber. Material that used as main language is plywood that covered almost all interior office. The result is jungle-like hall which connect every room with tree bookshelf and library as its main hub.

Primary concern of the design is to restrain any unecessary cost while maintain sense of playfulness and creativity.

Form of design was expressed in two main sequences. The first sequence is to convey the flow by continuous circle form of tree structured bookshelves along the path of the office. The Second sequence is the type of flow expressed through plywood ceilling placement, which creating sense of wave, thus also resulted in dynamic interior lighting. Another use of plywood is manifested in giant curvature bookshelf that also works as room partition. This bookshelf formed double curvature for a reason. The curve reversed each other vertically, like a section of double helix. This way, it has stable load point in the middle of double arch as self-supporting barrier.

The design also aims for material efficiency. By using 600 x 600 waffle module of bare plywood to cover the ceiling, gave results to its cost efficiency up to 50% to compare with normal cost. Not only as transitional element, plywood also became main form for its ceiling structure. Giant waffle is also functioned for mantling cables and pipes by the least usage of material.

Entire interior element is consistent with same porous detail; from square module bookshelf to various high for ceiling, while some part of supporting areas is using modular rectangle layout form. The detail is enhanced by low hanging edison lamp along the office, and synthetic grass carpet to heighten the jungle mood.

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The Guild is on Archinesia vol 10 Indonesia

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The Guild is featuring in BOB Magazine, South Korea

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99% Sumarah is on Archdaily Worldwide

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RAW Architecture’s Brava Casa 99 Percent Sumarah was inspired by an Indonesian form of meditation centered on the philosophy of life. Sumarah is defined as a “total surrender,” allowing the partial ego to give way to the universal self.

The practice is based on developing sensitivity and acceptance through deep relaxation of body, feelings and mind. Its aim is to create inside ourself the inner space and the silence necessary for the true self to manifest and to speak to us said the architects.

Raw Architecture’s team explained that a total surrender to life allows one to see the real beauty in the world. They added that this cycle between mind and soul is a continuous loop, which was the inspiration behind their plan for the structure.

Created with polycarbonate by Danpalon, the project is connected with steel elbow and screw bolt. By creating space within space, the architects have, in essence, created life within life by filling each box with plants or fish.

Looking at the elevation of the structure resonates with the Indonesian mountains that possess sacred meanings of human achievement. Moreover, the box-like composition was influenced by the stacking system in Indonesian temples. Ancient temples, like Borobudur and Prambanan, were formed by stacking many blocks of stone.

The best part of the structure? Its transparency. One can see through the boxes and into other forms of its life systems.

 

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Circular windows and pyramidal skylights add playful geometry to Indonesian home, The Guild is in Dezeen Worldwide

Indonesian architect Realrich Sjarief’s fondness for geometric forms is expressed in the circular and arch-shaped windows of this house and studio he designed for himself in Jakarta.

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The Guild featured on Laras Magazine Indonesia

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Istakagrha is in Archdaily

Located in Taman Meruya Ilir, West Jakarta region, Istakagrha meaning brick house,Situated in the increasingly crowded West Jakarta area, the 180 sqm house occupies a 150 sqm plot of land, 10m x 15m. Istakagrha is reflected by its name, brick House, it is a small and compact house with a orange painted color on the light weight brick, black colour , and rough concrete texture finishes.The expression creates humble and distinctive look

“We have a dream to have a house which like a villa in Bali. A house more than a functional but a place to live and grow with feel of nature, we really love staying in tranquil house” explains homeowner Mr. Ferdian Septiono and Ms. Joice Verawati Realrich Sjarief. The clients are graphic designer who are willing to have a compact sustainable house.

The architecture of istakagrha separated inside and outside with the landscape of a barrier wall made by light weight brick. The combination is stacked with pattern of solid void, which provide sense of privacy and security, meanwhile allowing sunlight and air circulation to flow inside the living room. The house faces east side allowing morning sunlight come to the space at 9 am. The stair is placed at the west side, the west side is walled with brick to provide thermal insulation. The air ventilator is placed at the west side of the house above the stair from ground to 1st floor providing fresh air circulation throught air stacking effect. The house has one open air receiving area as anteroom then no more separation wall between living, dining, and cooking which In the living room, the kitchen also takes some importance its final layout is the result of few adjustments based on the owner’s domestic habits. The only enclosed space in the ground floor is guest room, which doubles as a working space and guest bed room. A simple foyer and a light well integrated with stair, and art work is placed after the receiving area at the west side of the building. The first story houses private spaces. At the end of the corridor is 1 bedroom with shared bathroom and a walk-in closet. An simple and functional feel showering area is attached to the bathroom. The material used in this building is choosed based on the best craftmenship available in Jakarta, concrete structure is used because of the cost efficiency, engineered wood is used because of the look and lightness, metal frame for facade and sunshading are used because of durability.

3 types of brick was used based on each character. First, is light weight brick, 200 x 600 x 100 mm, for the facade. Light weight brick was chosed because of the lightness, precision and can be easily molded and constructed as facade/ Second, orange brick which is most common material used in Jakarta, The third one is the ceramic brick 50 mm x 150 mm x 10 mm which is used for covering the stair wall as insulation and interior surface. An additional bedroom, bathroom and a stair way to the attic on the 1st floor is linked by a corridor leading to an open space beside the void leading to the stairwell and stair case through compact space. Istakagrha showed an example of small house in Jakarta with small plot of land with sustainable design approach and keeping privacy from out side to inside through simple form which is stacking brick.

http://www.archdaily.com/795259/istakagrha-raw-architecture

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Labirin yang Menenangkan – The Guild is in Kompas Newspaper

The Guild is in Kompas Newspaper. The writer Fransisca Romana Ninik wrote title Labirin yang Menenangkan.

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Akanaka is published in archdaily

RAW’s work, Akanaka is published in Archdaily

“I want a residence where is comfortable, natural, and energy efficient,” said Mr. Yuwono to Realrich Sjarief when he stated the brief of Akanaka. Akanaka is located on 800 sqm lands, consists 19 serviced bedrooms, in 2 levels building with an open-air corridor. It is in Kemang, South Jakarta, a precinct where is well known as the art district.

From the facade, Akanaka’s 4.5 meters cantilevered canopy blocks the east-west sun while giving a tropical device for heavy rainfall. The orangish terracotta facade module 300 mm x 300 mm made by craftsmen at Pamulang gives a private, solid void, an expression which is functional and beauty. The balustrade is made from steel painted with brownish colour with gaps to allow cross air ventilation coming inside the building. The floor is concrete, one at the outdoor is grass block and the one inside the building is 1200 mm x 1200 mm cast concrete with glass grout.

The linear and communal courtyards are introduced at the centre of the building as a communal space, sculpture garden providing air stacking effect, and natural sunlight coming to the communal space. The size of the rooms varies from 16 sqm, 24 sqm, to 35 sqm which each of the room provide cross air circulations, functional interior design, and dual aspect window providing sunlight to the room.

Inside the building, there is much feeling of wood and concrete. The teak wood was engineered by cut into 3mm thin slices, glued on top of plywood to increase lightness, cost, and availability of teakwood. The engineered teak wood panel in module 200 x 1200 mm is hung by stainless steel pin, this construction technique allows the system to be prefabricated, dismantled, maintained whenever it is necessary. Akanaka is one of the examples of how the passive design executed in simple method opening side for air and sunlight to the building.

http://www.archdaily.com/791281/akanaka-raw-architecture

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It’s Time For A Change, on Bravacasa

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Nearly every room in this lush Jakarta home connects with the outdoors – Article for Wirawan House by Inhabitat

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An award-winning design team from Jakarta, Indonesia has breathed new life into the boxy home design. The Realrich Architecture Workshop (RAW architecture) team led by Realrich Sjarief created an airy upscale home in Indonesia called Rumah Kotak Kayu or Wooden Box House. The three-level home features immaculate wooden floors, sprawling windows, and multiple terrace gardens. The result is a unique residence that allows its owners to enjoy life inside, outside, and sometimes both at the same time.

The Jakarta-based architecture firm created the home for a client in Puri Indah, an upscale residential area of West Jakarta. Completed earlier this year, the Wooden Box House sprawls across 5,300 square feet of living space. It includes a spacious owner’s suite, multiple guest rooms, as well as a housekeeper’s suite. Nearly every interior space (except for the bathrooms) is connected to the outdoors, either directly via a private balcony or terrace with a lush green garden, or visually through floor-to-ceiling windows. The unique multi-level building shape means the terraced gardens add to the view from inside the home.

 

The architects called for five different types of locally-sourced wood to be used throughout the home’s design, both inside and out. The facade and interior ceiling are composed of dried pine wood planks of various dimensions, chosen for its durability and coloration. Iron wood reclaimed from a phinisi boat adorns the home’s floors, along with the slightly less expensive bengkirai wood, which also makes up the outdoor decking. The Wooden Box Home also features elegant teakwood in the main area bedroom, library, and foyer area. Merbau wood comprises the home’s single front door. It is the most readily available material in Jakarta, making it a sustainable option that is particularly suited to the environment because of its tolerance on expansion.

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99 Percent The Guild

99% The Guild : Open House
We Glady invited you to come to 99 PercentThe Guild : Open house, new home of RAW, Omah Library, and Residence of realrich and family .

There will be a lecture by Anas Hidayat titled 1 percent yang dinanti, about the death of the architect after the work is born and sharing of the craftsmanship process with the team involved to attract discussion and further response. We need you to RSVP because space is limited, there will be food for people who are fasting at 6 pm after the lecture.
The term 99 % is a process of almost finished which every work is always faced where 1% is left to the future, where work is occupied, changed, redefined by further need. The work of architect processed based on its expedients, alchemy, and experiments during the process of the making. Expedients are about the resources available in the process, alchemy is about the relationship along the persons inside the making, and experiments is more into the product driven by expedients and alchemy. The discussion about this work is based on this 3 category to uncover the relationship in the process of making of the guild which we are all hoping to hear, see, and learn from its 99% product and process. The process of living inside the cluster is always evolving, in this open house, but the process will be opened and shared, for critics and restless spirits just for evaluating the process and product.
invitation card will be given after RSVP because the space is limited. Thank you, see you all

Please RSVP, to book your schedule, in :
https://docs.google.com/a/raw.co.id/forms/d/1AZG_hziz3wFGyLE9mLUCNqePwtVGO8ReuV97DHmJB-A/viewform

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RAW Architecture Office is in Archdaily

Situated in the increasingly crowded gated community at West Jakarta, Indonesia, the 110 sqm design architecture office “RAW architecture” occupies a 150 sqm in 375 sqm plot of land and built at the periphery and inside main house’s garage. Reflected by its name, RAW architecture office, the finishes is bare and using natural material. Size-wise it is extremely efficient, and relatively small, but its dotted exposed plywood facade combined with exposed concrete, black painted wall gives it a distinctive look yet privacy from outside the gated neighbourhood.

The office is divided by 2 main structure located at the garden and the garage of the existing house. The first structure is meeting space which made by plywood structure located at outdoor The office has one meeting room dedicated for OMAH library, which is made by plywood which housed all of the architecture books, OMAH is community based library and sometimes is used for hosting architecture talks and discussion. OMAH is made by plywood forming an arch as its geometry, This 2.4 m x 8.0 m wide span arch pavillion is made entirely from prefabricated plywood. The office was built by local craftsmen. The design was prefabricated in the workshop by creating 120 (200 mm x 400 mm x 600 mm ) boxes, and 120 leaning 3 equal trapezoid boxes for arch modulethe detail is exercised on spot by the plywood by bolt ,ring, and hand in time of 1.5 week construction.

The fabricated system is designed to be built within 2 weeks accommodating efficiency, affordability, movability as temporary structure without using many people and can be built by hand with minimum tools. You can see omah’s program in here http://www.omahlibrary.com

the second structure is working space located at the garage of the main existing house. The office space is designed based on efficiency to create intimate feeling for designers working on intense architecture projects. The working space has no receiving area, no permanent wall. A simple foyer and a big openingwith generous footwear storage- guests are to take off and store theirs there before entering-precede the lounging area. After the entrance, the separation between technical and designer also takes some importance its final layout is the result of few adjustments based on the designer and technical’s domestic habits. The only enclosed space in the first story is administration room study, which doubles as a office storage. The second story mezanine area is more private spaces to store vast material library, and some drinks for chill out time.

RAW has been arranging summer architecture fellowship program which invites 50 people per year in South East Asia to be trainee, learning skill of programming, designing space, and more is to understand the local craftsmanship available developed in the office. http://raw.co.id/summerarchitectureworkshop/
The office shows example of small home office in Jakarta tries to explore design in its space situated in very limited space in Jakarta.

RAW is like a roseto that believe on the workshop between the craftsmen and designer for having the best solution in the design, I want to create roseto that is intimate, fun and breaking the boundary to create innovation as much as we can.”
Realrich Sjarief.

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The Wood Box is featured on Laras magazine Indonesia

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Article on Architectural Criticism in Galeri, a magazine by Undip Architecture Student

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Bare Minimalist is in Rumah Hijau Book Indonesia

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Interview about RAW on Lifestyle magazine Indonesia

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Developing Indonesia via Architecture

Pencapaian seseorang tidak hanya terlihat dari seberapa banyak ia menghasilkan karya, namun juga kontribusinya untuk disiplin ilmu yang dianutnya. Lebih jauh lagi, adalah kewajiban untuk menurunkan ilmunya kepada generasi baru yang akan melanjutkan perkembangan dan menyempurnakan pengetahuan yang telah ada.
Hal inilah yang mendefinisikan seorang Realrich Sjarief: seorang arsitek kenamaan yang menjadi salah satu generasi terdepan di kalangan arsitek dan desainer tanah air. Kesibukan profesinya tidak membuatnya lupa untuk meluangkan waktu demi membagi ilmu dan pengalamannya untuk mencetak bibit-bibit arsitek unggul di masa depan.
Jalan Realrich untuk menjadi seorang dimulai sejak lulus dari Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) pada tahun 2005, ia berpraktek di beberapa biro ternama baik di dalam maupun luar negeri, antara lain Urbane Indonesia di Bandung, DP Architects di Singapore, dan Foster and Partners di London, biro yang dimiliki Lord Norman Foster, arsitek peraih Pritzker Prize sebagai penghargaan bergengsi di arsitektur.
Masa – masa belajar di ITB berperan besar dalam membentuk karakter Realrich, di mana pengalaman kuliah bersama dosen – dosen terbaik, pengalaman organisasi bersama IMA Gunadharma, dan pengalaman bersosialisasi dengan berbagai budaya yang ada di kampus membawa pola pikir dan sikap untuk selalu belajar di manapun ia berada.
Di London, ia dan timnya sempat berkolaborasi dengan Muir Livingstone, Iwona Schwedo Wilmot, dan John Blythe, associcate, partner, dan senior partner di Foster and Partners untuk mendesain beberapa bangunan seperti Masdar City dan Al-Reems Island Apartment di Abu Dhabi serta YTL headquarter di Kuala Lumpur. Realrich juga menjadi anggota afiliasi dari Royal Institute of British Architect (RIBA).
Setelah mengenyam berbagai pengalaman, ia lalu memutuskan untuk meneruskan gelar master di urban desain and development di University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia dengan studi master of urban design di bawah bimbingan Jon Lang dan James Weirick. Di sini ia berhasil lulus secara memuaskan, dan sekembalinya ke Jakarta, Realrich memberanikan diri mendirikan biro desainnya sendiri… (Lihat selengkapnya di Majalah Home Diary #012/2015)

http://homediarymagazine.com/people/2015/12/realrich-sjarief-developing-indonesia-via-architecture.html

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Arum Dalu Resort

ARUMDALU PRIVATE RESORTS is featured in Architectural Guide Indonesia published by German DOM Publishers. It shows how Arumdalu has become part of the new wave of architecture that can represent Indonesia in the world map of architecture. Together with @rawarchitecture_best we designed the first and the only eco luxury private resort in Belitung. From Indonesia to the world! So wait no longer, book your stay now and experience a resort like no other. Email us now info@arumdalubelitung.com

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An Article titled My Garden of Dreams and Memories written by Realrich Sjarief is published by Baccarat Indonesia

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Rumah Jawa in Griya Asri Oktober 2015

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Rumah di Pangkalan Jati ini adalah karya rumah pertama, oleh Rich, yang pernah saya tulis. Perjalanan penulisannya pun sangat berkesan. Tuan rumah, Mba Nina dan Ibu Atiek sangat hangat dan banyak membantu pemotretan kala itu.
Judul ‘sumarah’ itu saya dapatkan karena terkesima dengan ide dibalik desain rumahnya, begitupun dengan keseharian keluarga Subiyanto yang kami lihat. Saya bahkan membaca 1 buku berjudul ‘Sumarah’ yang direkomendasikan oleh Rich untuk mendalami arti sumarah.
Ketika rumah ini menjadi sampul ASRI Oktober 2015, saya sangat senang sekali. Semakin senang karena ternyata sampul ini juga meraih penghargaan Bronze Winner dalam kompetisi Indonesia Print Media Awards (IPMA) untuk kategori The Best Of Special Interest Local Magazine IPMA 2016.
Foto sampul karya Akhkamul Hakim

Majalah Griya Asri berhasil memenangkan kembali penghargaan Bronze Winner dalam kompetisi Indonesia Print Media Awards (IPMA) 2016 yang diselenggarakan oleh Serikat Perusahaan Pers (SPS). Penghargaan tersebut diberikan untuk sampul Majalah Griya Asri Edisi Oktober 2015 dalam kategori The Best Of Special Interest Local Magazine IPMA 2016. Sementara tahun sebelumnya Asri memenangkan Silverinner dalam kompetisi yang sama untuk sampul edisi Desember 2014.

IPMA merupakan kompetisi sampul muka (cover) tahunan untuk media cetak nasional (majalah, tabloid, surat kabar harian) yang diselenggarakan sejak tahun 2010. Tahun ini merupakan kali yang ketujuh dan digelar dengan empat kategori juara, yaitu kategori surat kabar, majalah lokal, tabloid, dan majalah lisensi. Selain IPMA, ada pula kompetisi untuk rubrik anak muda di surat kabar (Indonesia Young Readers Awards/IYRA), majalah internal (Indonesia Inhouse Magazine Awards/InMA), serta pers mahasiswa (Indonesia Student print Media Awards/ISPRIMA).

Malam penghargaan sendiri diadakan pada 9 Februari lalu bertempat di Mataram, Nusa Tenggara Barat. Sementara pendaftaran dibukan sejak 6 November 2015 hingga 15 Januari 2016. Tahun ini terdapat 885 entri, dengan rincian IPMA sebanyak 503, InMA sejumlah 180 entri, IYRA dengan 144 entri, dan 58 untuk ISPRIMA.

Untuk kompetisi IPMA, dewan juri yang terdiri dari Gunawan Alif (Aspek Komunikasi Massa), Ndang Sutisna (Aspek Ide Kreatif), Arief Prabowo (Aspek Marketing/Pengiklan), Oscar Motulloh (Aspek Fotografi), dan Janoe Arijanto (Aspek Branding), menilai sampul muka dengan berbagai faktor. Faktor tersebut di antaranya, penggunaan warna, nilai seni, penempatan teks, tulisan, pemilihan huruf, kejelasan teks, berita utama, dan dampaknya bagi pembaca.

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Sumarah Concept is being published on Griya Asri Indonesia

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An Article titled Traditional House written by Realrich Sjarief is published by Baccarat Indonesia

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RAW Architecture studio is in Videgraf Bandung Indonesia

 

RAW Architecture is in Videgraf.

DOCUMENTATION : Kunjungan RAW Architecture-OMAH mendokumentasikan kegiatan IMA-G ITB pada bulan Maret 2015, yaitu kunjungan ke Biro Arsitektur RAW Architecture. Kunjungan ini merupakan bagian dari program Architectour, Divisi Ekstrakampus IMA-G, yang bertujuan memperkaya pengetahuan massa Gunadharma mengenai keprofesian arsitektur dari pakarnya secara langsung.

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The Dancing House and Nissan Showroom on Home & Decor

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An Article titled Membangun Negeri dengan Arsitektur written by Realrich Sjarief is published by Baccarat Indonesia

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Realrich’s interview featured on Arcaka

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Istakagrha was published in Home Diary

Istakagrha, work by RAW was published in Home Diary magazine. The article was written by Home Diary team and The beautiful pictures was taken by Bambang Purwanto.

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Smart Home, Smarter than You? Article published on Baccarat

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IMAGE magazine 5th edition

Realrich is in IMAGE magazine 5th edition. Here is the publication from the two of the editor’s team, Afifah Husnul Amaliyah, Natalia Siringoringo

[MAJALAH IMAGE #5]
Ingin tahu apa itu MRA?
Bagaimana pendapat praktisi, akademisi, dan IAI mengenai MRA?
Lalu bagaimana sikap kita dalam menghadapi AEC?
Mau tahu juga tips-tips sayembara?
Penasaran dengan pengalaman kp di luar negri?
Ayo baca saja semua hanya di Majalah IMAGE #5
Klik link di bawah ini

http://issuu.com/imagemagz/docs/image_05-fix/1

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Omah Library was published in konteks.org

Omah Library, one of RAW’s design was published in konteks.org for its spirit , please check the article here “Sekitar tiga tahun lalu saya berkunjung ke garasi sebuah rumah bernomor 1 di jalan Pulau Ayer II, Puri Indah, Jakarta Barat. Kurang lebih 20 orang meramaikan garasi tersebut dan kami menghabiskan lebih dari dua jam menonton dan berdiskusi tentang film “How Much Your Building Weigh Mr. Foster?”. Di tempat yang sama berkali-kali setelahnya diadakan pula acara arsitektural yang menyenangkan nan edukatif lainnya….”

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RAW supports OMAH Library

RAW supports OMAH Library. OMAH Architecture Library was established by Realrich Sjarief, sponsored by RAW Architecture at the end of 2014 to accomodate young people for accessible knowledge about architecture in Indonesia. We are working on part time basis to support the architecture community which is why the library is only open during saturday and sunday. Louis Kahn once shared about his wisdom, quotations from Kahn, one of which reads: “Schools began with a man under a tree who did not know he was a teacher, sharing his realization with a few others who did not know they were students.” It’s the beginning to from a society of education, an institution of man. It is simply like what we have been doing, we start with small things, one thing at a time. We do hope the positive mindset might improve architecture as a profession or as good culture basis in greater scale. At the end, while we do not know what will happen at the end our journey, let’s deepen our understanding about architecture and its beauty, the spirit which envelope our life, like it or not, it shapes our culture.

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RAW’s Akanaka Residence are in the Archinesia Vol.4 Indonesia

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Arum Dalu Eco Resort first stage is launched

Eco Resort Arum Dalu designed by RAW  is launched

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MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT Delivering high-end and innovative development for a maximised revenue opportunities


Realrich Sjarief was a panelist in the event hosted by trueventus which titled “MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT Delivering high-end and innovative development for a maximised revenue opportunities”. he brought discussion about context in real practice in Indonesia together with Adjie Negara, and Bima Sarumpaet.

here is the brief explanation :

The city of Jakarta is gorged with construction plots and cranes operating 24-hour cycles in ensuring on-time delivery for a The city of Jakarta is gorged with construction plots and cranes operating 24-hour cycles in ensuring on-time delivery for a hungry and demanding property market. Jakarta is one of the fastest developing cities around the world and this trend is expected to continue as it sways its way in becoming a global and modern metropolis. The city government is determined to build an effective infrastructure and transport system to place it on an equal footing with other large regional and international urban centers.

Property investors are now facing high demand for high-tech operating Mixed-Use that will adhere effectively to the cities infrastructure. Local developers, architects and contractors are in the verge of identifying the types of properties that fit into the Mixed-Use genre. Mixed-Use properties are now known as the golden egg in a developer’s portfolio. Since 2012, prices of properties have significantly increased in Jakarta, by 20 to 30 per cent with an average occupancy rate above 90% for both residential and commercial sectors.

Growing demand for real estate in Indonesia amidst strong economic performance and global investor interest, this conference will be the ideal one-stop platform for developers. Join Trueventus at Mixed-Use Development Jakarta 2014 and dive deep into the process of mastering Mixed-Use projects and ensuring successful delivery that will last for decades thus becoming an icon of a city.

This unique conference will bring delegates the benefits of:
• Analysing the impact on the public space done by successful Mixed-Use complex
• Building long-term beneficial partnerships and strategic alliances in Mixed-Use projects
• Augmenting the value of the Mixed-Use development projects with effective management of cost and time
• Assessing latest building material technology for sustainable development and effective construction
• Learning best practices in Mixed-Use development projects • Venturing into Mixed-Use framework, development and design
concepts for on-going projects

The speakers are :
José Cláudio Silva Senior Associate Aedas
Simon Bee Executive Director Benoy, Hong Kong
Doddy A. Tjahjadi Managing Director PTI Architects, Indonesia
Sacha Schwarzkopf Associate Director, UD Studio Leader AECOM Asia, Indonesia
Mathieu Pitet CEO Interstar Investments, Hong Kong
Andreas Kartawinata President Director Retail Property Management, Indonesia
Jon Grant Director Chapman Taylor, Thailand
Todd Lauchlan Country Head Jones Lang LaSalle, Indonesia
Eddy Leks Managing Partner Leks & Co, Indonesia
Johannes Spies Director Townland International, Indonesia
Phil Kim Co-Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director Jerde Partnership, Hong Kong
David Cheadle Managing Director Cushman & Wakefield, Indonesia
Ishak Chandra Managing Director – Corporate Strategy & Services Sinar Mas Land, Indonesia
Rahayu Hoed Partner Makarim & Taira, Indonesia
Widijanto Managing Director PT AKR Land Development, Indonesia

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Realrich Sjarief on Home & Decor Indonesia

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Lecture Series – Collaboration between UPH School of Design and RAW

RAW collaborated with UPH School of Design to provide long life learning process between Architects, Lecturer, fresh graduates, or even people who has interest in Architecture by establishing lecture series.

The first lecture is about Working Ideas by Critics in Architecture

“He has a right to criticize, who has a heart to help.” ― Abraham Lincoln

David Hutama will share lecture about working Ideas by critics in architecture. There were times when architecture changed because of paradigm breakdown just by nature of human, technology and civilisation. It established by success and failure. Critic which is a Greek derivation of the word κριτής (krités), meaning a person who offers reasoned judgment or analysis, value judgment, interpretation or observation. Critic has the position to move public opinion because of his or her credibility, reputation, depth of analysis.

Critics become complex because there are various skill which is needed such as history, precedents, or understanding elements of architecture which then judge one work in process creating excellence in working architecture.

We invited students and fresh graduates for our mini lecture series or brown bag.

It’s all about sharing working ideas by critics in architecture. It’s all discussing the possible answer of :
1) What or How is the core of critics in architecture ?
2) What is needed for preparing good critics to evaluate architecture/ design performance ?
3) What or How is the to establish opinion in architecture given by the reality ?
4) Why the critic is important ? or what is the ethic to maintain critical opinion ?

David Hutama is chair department of UPH School of Design. After receiving his bachelor degree from Parahyangan University in the year 2000, he went to Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan, to pursue his master degree in History and Theory of Architecture. In 2005 he join Department of Architecture in Universitas Pelita Harapan. David was part of the steering committee team for Jakarta Architecture Biennale 2009 and Art Director for Rubber Wood Architecture Exhibition in 2010. In 2012 he worked as the curator of Place.Making Exhibition, an exhibition of Department of Architecture UPH at Dia.Lo.Gue Exhibition, Kemang. Together with Avianti Armand and Robin Hartanto co-edited ‘Home: a Studio Talk’, published by UPH Press. He was curator of Indonesia Pavilion in Venice Biennale 2014

The discussion will be held at RAW Office at 9.30 am on 20th September 2014 . The introduction will be followed by open discussion among participants.

Kindly make your reservation to tatyana@raw.co.id or ilham@raw.co.id as soon as possible (seats are limited for 30 people) Thanks and see you !
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Landscape Urbanism Paradigm

We are currently researching Landscape Urbanism Paradigm for Urban Design Development in Made in Jakarta.

W H Y L A N D S C A P E U R B A N I S M ?

Current urban developments in Indonesian cities construct its field with prioritizing the arrangement of grey infrastructures, such as road, building blocks and utility network; rather than the incorporation of open space and existing natural ecosystem. Eventually, cities become too dense and unhealthy for its inhabitants. The generic approach tend to create acontextual and unsustainable developments, where city lacks livable and enjoyable public spaces; as well as flooding, pollution, traffic jam becoming the cities’ major problems.

This come from inability of the present paradigm to balance the development of grey and green infrastructures. We need to seriously start to rethink the importance of infrastructural landscapes, instead only grey as the new possible framework for city-making. In order to achieve a sustainable future for Jakarta.

http://madeinjakarta.org/?page_id=42 

 

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Lecture Workshop Series 1st – 4th [now]

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Among recent college grads, architecture majors by far have the highest unemployment rate at 13.9%. That’s according to a new report from the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce. The collapse of the construction and home-building industries in the recession is to blame. Even after gaining years of experience, architecture grads ages 30 and up, have a high unemployment rate at 9.2%. [CNN@2012]

4th Lecture : Working Ideas in Business.

“Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art. Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.”
Andy Warhol

There were times when people started defining business by simply delivering good product to the customer or client. It started by establishing one relationship to another relationship between architect and clients. In this lecture we will discuss about the experience bringing business into worth living relationship between clients, architects, and between people inside the firm. We invited students and fresh graduates for our mini brown bag. It’s about sharing entrepreneurship in architecture. It’s all discussing the answer of :

1) What or How is the core of relationship between clients and architect ?
2) What is needed for establishing architecture studio ?
3) What or How is the challenge given by the reality ?
4) Why the ethic is important ? or what is the ethic to maintain relationship ?

The discussion will be held at RAW Office at 6.30 pm [16.30] on 28th August 2014 . The material will be explained briefly by Realrich followed by open discussion among participants.

Kindly make your reservation to tatyana@raw.co.id or ilham@raw.co.id as soon as possible (seats are limited) Thanks and see you !

 

3rd Lecture. Topic “Experimentation by Digital Computation and Analog Process in Architecture”

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Please Join Our Venue for This Friday 22nd August 2014 at 18.30 in Summer Pavilion. The third lecture for Architecture Summer Workshop. Dani Hermawan who is an architect and researcher in Formologix based in Jakarta will introduce topic Experimentation in Architecture in the focus of Digital Computation in Innovation process in Architecture. As a Co-Director of Formologix Lab, He interested and explores the collaborative potential of digital design and fabrication techniques related to architecture and product design -through various modes: parametric design, scripting, and fabrication. Dani pursued his Master of Architecture in digital architecture from Dessau Institute of Architecture, Bauhaus-Dessau, Germany (2008) under supervision of Mathias Del Campo (SPAN/Austria) and Daniel Dendra (anotherArchitect-Berlin). For his Bachelor of Architecture, he was graduated from Parahyangan University, Indonesia (2004). As practitioner, he credits his early architectural experience with the practices at Larascipta Architects, collaborative experience with Daniel Dendra at anotherArchitect, Berlin, and currently worked as a digital design, modeling and fabrication consultant for several architecture offices. As academia, he taught design studios at Parahyangan Catholic University and currently, he actively teaches design studio, workshop and seminar at Pelita Harapan University. The Analog process will be introduced briefly by Realrich Sjarief. Kindly make your reservation to tatyana@raw.co.id or ilham@raw.co.id as soon as possible (seats are limited) Thanks and see you!

2nd Lecture Series :

Almost always the men who achieve these fundamental inventions of a new paradigm have been either very young or very new to the field whose paradigm they change. — Thomas S. Kuhn

Dalam sejarah arsitektur, keragaman paradigma dalam desain adalah salah satu cara untuk melihat keragaman dalam berarsitektur. Dimana kita menjadi manusia yang lekat dengan tradisi berpikir, berargumentasi, pemilihan keputusan desain berdasarkan pertimbangan – pertimbangan empiris dan rasional yang matang. Proses untuk mencipta ini yang kemudian menjadi penting, karena adanya kekreatifan dalam proses mendesain. Proses dimana kita bisa mendapatkan pelajaran yang lebih baik, sehingga untuk pada saatnya mendesain nanti bisa memberikan desain yang lebih baik dibandingkan sebelumnya. Proses berpikir ini yang kita coba gali dari dua orang dari generasi muda, Ivan Nasution dan Rizki Supratman. Ivan yang berkerja di NUS [National University of Singapore] dan Rizki yang berkerja sebagai di OMA [Office for Metropolitan Architecture] satu biro yang didirikan oleh Rem Koolhas. Sharing pengalaman dari kedua orang ini diharapkan bisa membawa dialog yang akan membawa peserta untuk memahami dunia arsitektur lebih dalam dalam lingkup teori dan praktik. 2nd session copy

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1st Lecture Working Ideas by Thinking + Drawing

The first lecture is intended to explain briefly about the logic between designing by handrawing and understanding the fingerprint of materials which build framework in participant’s understanding. The lecture materials is explained below :

+        Elektrik : Ching, Francis D.K. (1996). Ilustrasi Desain Interior. Indonesia: Erlangga. p284-307, Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P11.28 – 11.31

+        Akustik : Ching, Francis D.K. (1996).Ilustrasi Desain Interior. Indonesia: Erlangga. P308-309, Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. PA.14-17,

+        Teknologi dan sambungan kayu keras : Daryanto (2010). Keterampilan Kejuruan. Bandung: PT. Sarana Tutorial Nurani Sejahtera. P19-41.

+        Dinding dan Lantai Kayu :

ä  Daryanto (2010). Keterampilan Kejuruan. Bandung: PT. Sarana Tutorial Nurani Sejahtera. P66-71.

ä  Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P4.26-4.32

ä  Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P5.43-5.50

+        Sistem Pondasi dangkal dan dinding pondasi : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P3.08-3.21

+        Pondasi Tiang : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P3.22-3.23

+        Sistem Lantai terkait dengan balok dan pelat beton: Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P4.02-4.07

+        Rangka Baja Struktural : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P4.14-4.18

+        Dek Logam /plat Bondek : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P4.22

+        Kolom Beton : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P5.04-5.08

+        Struktur Rangka Baja : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P5.35-5.38

+        Atap Logam Bergelombang : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P7.9-7.10

+        Atap Genteng Keramik dan sirap : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P7.02-7.08

+        Atap Datar : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P7.11 – 7.12

+        Flashing : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P7.17-7.21

+        Skylight

+        Sistem Mekanikal dan Elektrikal :

Sub Pembahasan :

ä  Sistem HVAC [Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning] : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P11.14-8.19

ä  Pengadaan Air Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P11.20-11.22

ä  Drainase dan pembuangan limbah : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P11.25-11.27

ä  Fixtur pemipaan : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P11.24

ä  Pembuangan Limbah : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P11.27

+        Pintu dan Jendela Kayu : Ching, Francis D.K., Adams, C. (2001).Ilustrasi Konstruksi Bangunan. Indonesia: Erlangga. P8.02-8.33

Sub pembahasan :

ä  Alumunium / UPVC/logam/sintetik berongga] [dimensi/konstruksi]

ä  Kayu [dimensi/konstruksi]

ä  Engsel [konstruksi/jenis]

ä  Kaca [tebal/jenis]

ä  Curtain Wall [dinding tirai/gantung]

 

Note for Summer Workshop :

You are invited to join “Summer mini brown bag” on Saturday June 28th 2014 at 10.00 am, RAW office Berikut adalah rangkaian acara course utama dan daftar peserta dimulai jam 10 pagi sampai jam 12 sing [penyesuaian tanggal akan dilakukan lebih lanjut] :    Screen Shot 2014-07-05 at 2.53.52 PM

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Archinesia Vol.5 – Good Design in Architecture Now.

Realrich is interviewed in Archinesia Vol.5 – Good Design in Architecture Now. Please check the note from Archinesia :

One of the most important (and now quite dominant) processes in architecture is design process, and the goal of architecture design is to attain good design.

Good design has a double meaning, aesthetic and ethic. In architecture the two should be united as a single goal that a design process should strive for. Moreover, an architectural product does not only affect its client and architect. On a broader level, architectural products also affect their surrounding environments. In a larger scale, they may even have an effect on the economy and the social and political condition.

The question is: how does an architectural design attain the label ‘good design’? We tried to find the answer through a round table discussion by inviting the two groups of architecture professionals in Indonesia: practitioners and academics. What are their thoughts on this matter? You can peruse them in the Main Coverage of Archinesia Bookgazine Volume 5. The main coverage is a transcription of the presentation of each speakers of the round table discussion, with no intervention whatsoever from our writers, which tends to steer the readers’ opinions. Why did we choose to run the transcription as is? Through this direct transcription we invite our readers to be present in the midst of the conversation circle. But what about the arguments and the formed opinions? We let them open for our readers to process, analyze, and summarize. Because we know there are no such things as standard parameters for good design. Whether or not good design is achieved by an architectural product, it is highly dependent to the condition and context of where we are.

Good designs can aslo be enjoyed through architectural works. This time we have several architects whose works are exhibited for the first time in the pages of ARCHINESIA Bookgazine, even though they are quite famous in ASEAN’s architectural scene. They are Duangrit Bunnag from Bangkok and Singapore based DP Architects and ONG&ONG. We are also delighted to show the works of young architects who are always emerging in ASEAN area, such as Revano Satria (Semarang, Indonesia), Archimetric (Surabaya, Indonesia), and Studiodasar (Jakarta, Indonesia). Are their works entitled to be called good design? We’ll let you, readers, to be the judge. At the very least, these select works are an effort to bring good design to architecture today.

Regards,
Imelda Akmal
Sonny Sandjaya

Bibliography : www.archinesia.com

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RAW supports Konteks.org

RAW supports Konteks.org which is one publication unit of University of Pelita Harapan [UPH] lead by David Hutama.

catatan tentang konteks.org

ada suatu hari, kami mendiskusikan kemungkinan membuat publikasi arsitektur yang, selain bisa berguna dan tidak mengulang apa yang memang sudah ada, cocok juga dengan minat kami. Beberapa ide seru bermunculan: sketsa, dialog, cerita, proses, dan berbagai hal yang justru diam-diam bersembunyi di balik kehadiran suatu karya. Rupanya, ketertarikan kami pada arsitektur justru terletak bukan pada karya tok, melainkan pada interaksi karya tersebut dengan segala hal yang melingkunginya.

Melalui inisiasi dan dukungan dari Universitas Pelita Harapan, maka inilahKonteks, publikasi online seputar arsitektur yang tidak ingin berputar-putar membahas karya arsitektur saja. Harafiahnya, “konteks” berarti keadaan yang melingkungi suatu keberadaan. Kata ini mengingatkan kami juga akan peribahasa lawas “di mana bumi dipijak, di situ langit dijunjung”. Dengan semangat yang sama, Konteks bermaksud merenangi dan menyelami samudra pembahasan arsitektur, dari karya, tokoh, sampai wacana, sambil tetap meletakkan apa yang dibahas pada tempatnya.

Sketsa, Tampak, Perspektif dan Kolase menjadi judul rubrik untuk menggambarkan apa yang kami lihat dan bagaimana cara kami melihatnya.Sketsa—sebagai alegori dari catatan ringkas, ringan, personal dan mungkin saja tidak tuntas—menampilkan kilasan arsitektural yang kaya jejak. Tampak—sebagai alegori dari apa yang terlihat dari satu sisi—menampilkan ulasan karya atau acara. Perspektif—sebagai alegori atas apa yang terlihat dari sudut pandang tertentu—menampilkan berbagai ulasan mendalam yang sarat pendapat. Kolase—sebagai alegori dari perpaduan potongan-potongan gambar yang semula tak berhubungan—menampilkan bahasan lintas disiplin demi menemukan pemahaman segar.

Bibliography : http://konteks.org/tentang-kami

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Summer Architecture Course – July – August 2014

“Love only grows by sharing. You can only have more for yourself by giving it away to others.” ― Brian Tracy

Kami mengundang untuk para mahasiswa mengikuti summer course yang akan diadakan 2 bulan bulan July dan Agustus dengan tujuan untuk membagikan pengetahuan dalam praktek arsitektur pada keseharian biro arsitektur. Apabila berminat bisa mengirimkan cv dan portfolio kepada Mukhammad Ilham [ilham@raw.co.id] dan Tatyana Kusumo [tatyana@raw.co.id] terbuka untuk 1 kelas maksimum 20 orang. Terima kasih, perhatiannya ditunggu untuk partisipasinya. Congratulation for all of the Architecture workshop participants (July-August 2014) that will be start on Monday July 30th 2014.

Participants of Internship Workshop:

1. Amalina Azizan [Malaya University]
2. Andrew Syahwic [ITS]
3. Andre Sugianto [Petra]
4. Amelia [Universitas Parahyangan]
5. Arief Sutanto [ITB]
6. Biondy [ITS]
7. Charlie Lady Friesta [ITS]
8. Dietia [ITS]
9. Ellena [Petra]
10. Farrahani Ghani [Malaya University]
11. Miftah Fakhri [UGM]
12. Ginanjar [ITS]
13. Jian Honardy [Petra]
14. Jessyca [Petra]
15. John [Petra]
16. Mungkijati [ITS]
17. Samodra Oudyse [ITS]
18. Saraya Eka [ITS]
19. Yoga Iswara [ITS]

We would like to invite students to join summer architecture course in on July to August 2014 which intended to share the knowledge behind architecture practice. Due to our space limitation, there will be only 20 seats available. Please RSVP to ilham@raw.co.id or tatynana @raw.co.id to get seat confirmation.

 

 

 

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RAW is in Archinesia 4th Edition : Cross Border Architecture

Archinesia published Akanaka in its 4th edition

The countries in this region seem to have been overlooked, whereas they have distinctive characteristics resulting from their similarities, which, among others, are similarity in historical background as some of the countries were colonized by the same colonizers (Portuguese, British, Dutch, and Japanese); identical climate condition as the countries lie near the equator; and closeness in ethnicity, ways of life, culture, and even foods. All these influence the region’s architectural development.

Then, two coincidences happened: first, we were preparing ARCHINESIA Volume 4 on the theme of “Cross-Border”, and, second, Association Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) apparently has prepared the ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangement on Architectural Services which will take effect next two years. Therefore, in this edition we discuss the theme of “Cross-Border” with a particular context of Southeast Asia. We interviewed some sources to collect the agreement-related information that Southeast Asian architects must know about.

Moreover, this edition also covered a special report on the World Architecture Festival 2013 (WAF 2013), which took place recently in Singapore from 2 to 4 October. This year’s festival was more vibrant from that of last year, especially with the presence of architects’ latest creations, which include the winner or Building of the Year category from New Zealand.

As you would expect the ARCHINESIA Volume 4 also presents architecture creations from ASEAN architects, news, agenda, and many more reports that will broaden horizons of readers and architecture enthusiasts in Southeast Asia.

Bibliography from Archinesia Official Website : http://archinesia.com/backissue/1

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Sliced Wood is in Bravacasa Special 6th Anniversary Issue

Sliced Wood is in Bravacasa Special 6th Anniversary Issue. BRAVACASA in Italy has been around for many years amongst the best Italian interior design magazines. This has been made possible by the comprehensive contents/style of the editorial formula which is capable of satisfying the reading requirements of extremely demanding readers.

Now, published in Indonesia, Bravacasa Indonesia will be a magazine in constant evolution following the changes in their target reader’s need for information. A distinguished magazine that deals with all the themes of interior architecture design, all kinds of rooms, products, furnitures, the latest styles and inclusive of the hottest items from bathrooms and kitchens.

With its motto “Design For Modern And Stylish Living”, Bravacasa Indonesia thrives to always be the best for its readers. The present of Bravacasa Indonesia with its contents enters a new dimension of ‘living’. It promotes and celebrates the diversity of great design and ideas.

The richness of Bravacasa Indonesia is definitely a perfect magazine that shares the whole concept of stylish and sophisticated living.

It has exclusive information about style/design solution, special articles, review, decor inspirations and lifestyle (art,travel, party and society).

PT. MEDIA ESQUIRINDO INTERNASIONAL
Wisma Chita Kirana
Jl. Lombok 73, Menteng
Jakarta 10350 Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 315 2672 (HOTLINE)
Fax: +62 21 390 3964

 

Bibliography :
http://www.mra.co.id/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=61:bravacasa&Itemid=76
http://www.getscoop.com/berita/majalah-bravacasa-indonesia-special-6th-anniversary-issue/

 

 

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Bacarrat Indonesia

Baccarat is a magazine, licensed from Hongkong which is Opinionated, intelligent, entertaining – they set the trends, others follow BACCARAT is unique in the luxury magazine market in that it offers a voice to Indonesia’s movers and shakers, to those recognised and respected figures whose views shape our future. Every issue, our lively regular columnists and influential guest columnists address hot topics of the day, from the environment and charitable causes to art, design and building a better tomorrow; how our barren rock can blossom further and find its place in Indonesia and the world.

Bibliography : http://mpgmediapublishing.com/publication/12/

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An Article titled Design Chemistry written by Realrich Sjarief is published by Baccarat Indonesia

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Video – RAW is in Book : House by Indonesian Architect by IAAW

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Bare Minimalist, house which is designed by Realrich Sjarief and team for Charles Wiriawan and Family is published in House by Indonesian Architect Book by Imelda Akmal Architecture Writer Studio.

Imelda Akmal is an architect who studied Architectural History, Theory and Critique at AA School of Architecture, London, United Kingdom. Beside Indonesia and UK, she had been lived in Singapore and Australia. She dedicated her life to write architecture and interior books. Then she established Imelda Akmal Architectural Writer Studio (IAAW Studio) in accordance with her commitment to introduce architects and their work to local and international public through the books.

The studio conducts every process of book composing, from the concept development, writing, styling, photography, layout design, up to the printing process with the publisher. Over a decade, IAAW Studio produced more than 80 architecture and interior books. Start from monthly edition, coffee table books and monographs. Many of them are best seller books.

Starts from 2010, IAAW Studio produces bilingual books in Bahasa Indonesia and English to Asia’s market. This is one of IAAW’s commitments to introduce Indonesian architecture and interior design throughout the world. (less) [Ref:http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/744633.Imelda_Akmal]

Here is the linkage if you want to get one of the book, Thank you.
 http://bukukopi.com/product/houses-indonesian-architects

Explanation for Book “Houses by Indonesian Architect”

 

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RAW is in Book : House by Indonesian Architect by IAAW

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Bare Minimalist, house which is designed by Realrich Sjarief and team for Charles Wiriawan and Family is published in House by Indonesian Architect Book by Imelda Akmal Architecture Writer Studio.

Imelda Akmal is an architect who studied Architectural History, Theory and Critique at AA School of Architecture, London, United Kingdom. Beside Indonesia and UK, she had been lived in Singapore and Australia. She dedicated her life to write architecture and interior books. Then she established Imelda Akmal Architectural Writer Studio (IAAW Studio) in accordance with her commitment to introduce architects and their work to local and international public through the books.

The studio conducts every process of book composing, from the concept development, writing, styling, photography, layout design, up to the printing process with the publisher. Over a decade, IAAW Studio produced more than 80 architecture and interior books. Start from monthly edition, coffee table books and monographs. Many of them are best seller books.

Starts from 2010, IAAW Studio produces bilingual books in Bahasa Indonesia and English to Asia’s market. This is one of IAAW’s commitments to introduce Indonesian architecture and interior design throughout the world. (less) [Ref:http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/744633.Imelda_Akmal]

Here is the linkage if you want to get one of the book, Thank you.
 http://bukukopi.com/product/houses-indonesian-architects

Explanation for Book “Houses by Indonesian Architect”

 

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RAW is in Book : 15 years of the National Gallery of Indonesia

15 years of the National Gallery of Indonesia : process & progress / tim penulis, Tubagus Andre Sukmana, Citra Smara Dewi, Asikin Hasan, Willy Hangguman, Yusuf Hartono ; editor, Siti Turmini, Dewi Yogisworo, Bayu Genia Krishbie ; penterjemah, Ricky Zulkifli, Sonya Sondakh, Zivana Sabili

Bib ID 6447453
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Sukmana, Tubagus “Andre”, author

Description [Jakarta] : Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Direktorat Jenderal Kebudayaan, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Republik Indonesia, [2013]
319 pages : colour illustrations, colour photographs ; 25 cm
ISBN 9786021483022

Notes
Indonesian and English.
Subjects Galeri Nasional Indonesia. | Art museums – Indonesia – Jakarta. | Arts, Indonesian – Indonesia. | Art and society – Indonesia. | Art and state – Indonesia.
Other authors/contributors Dewi, Citra Smara, author | Hasan, Asikin, author | Hangguman, Willy A. (Willybrordus Angelicus), 1959- author | Hartono, Yusuf, author | Turmini, Siti, editor | Yogisworo, Dewi, editor | Krishbie, Bayu Genia, editor | Zulkifli, Ricky, translator | Sondakh, Sonya, translator | Sabili, Zivana, translator | Galeri Nasional Indonesia, issuing body
Also Titled
Fifteen years of the National Gallery of Indonesia
Process & progress

Bibliography
http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/6447453

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An Article titled Green Design Is A Lifestyle written by Realrich Sjarief is published by Baccarat Indonesia

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Realrich on “40 under 40” section of Prestige magazine Indonesia

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Bare Minimalist is in Dwell Indonesia Vol 3 2013

Bare Minimalist is in Dwell Indonesia Vol 3 2013. Dwell Indonesia published Home in the Modern World, Indonesia’s smartest modern homes, the newest Indonesian design, and talking about how to make our cities and world better.

http://www.dwellindonesia.com/

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Akanaka Project on Home&Decor

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Akanaka is in Griya Asri Vol. 14 No. 07 July 2013

Akanaka is in Griya Asri Vol. 14 No. 07 July 2013. Here is the note of Griya Asri :

Majalah Arsitektur, Interior, Taman dan Lingkungan Khusus diterbitkan sebagai media efektif dan strategis yang memuat aneka ragam informasi dan promosi produk yang berkaitan dengan produk dan jasa sebagai berikut :

Pengenalan Produk Interior, Arsitektur dan Taman

Menampilkan karya-karya arsitektur desainer interior, landscaper dan developer yang menarik sebagai informasi dan inspirasi kepada masyarakat. Artikel yang tampil dapat menjadi promosi yang efektif dari program pemasaran produk yang berhubungan dengan aspek interior, arsitektur dan taman. Lingkup pembahasan utama adalah rumah tinggal, apartemen dan fasilitas umum seperti ruang pamer, kantor, restoran, hotel, fasilitas pariwisata, kawasan olah raga dan
kawasan rekreasi.

Industri Properti

Menyampaikan informasi yang lebih terinci dan jelas tentang produk-produk properti seperti real estat, kawasan baru, apartemen, kondominium, ruko, pertokoan, perkantoran, hotel, resor dan lain-lain. Ditampilkan dalam bentuk artikel dan foto berwarna dengan pembahasan secara ilmiah populer, sehingga konsumen dapat memperoleh informasi yang pasti dan akurat sehingga dapat mengambil keputusan yang tepat.

Produk Pendukung dan Seni

Berbagai produk pendukung yang dibutuhkan untuk melengkapi fungsi ruang, bangunan, eksterior maupun interior, baik yang bersifat fungsional seperti furnitur, peralatan kerja, peralatan penerangan, pengkondisian udara, sanitasi, perlengkapan dapur, kamar mandi sampai ke ruang kerja kantor, maupun benda-benda seni berupa lukisan atau penunjang interior lainnya.

Jasa Pelayanan

Jasa yang dilakukan untuk masyarakat dibidang layanan desain rancang bangun, interior, taman, wisata dan rekreasi. Juga memberikan informasi jasa perbankan khususnya yang berkaitan dengan pembangunan perumahan, industri dan lain-lain.

Data Majalah Griya Asri

Surat Izin :
Terbit pertama Januari 2000
Mulai 1 Januari 2000, Surat Izin Penerbitan Pers (SIUPP)
No. 1706/SK/MENPEN/SIUPP/1999

Periode Terbit : Bulanan (tiap awal bulan)

Penerbit : PT. GRIYA ASRI PRIMA

Alamat:
Operasional Office
Jl. Gudang Peluru Barat IV No. 8 (Jl. M)
Tebet, Jakarta 12830
Telepon : 021 – 8297366, 8316272, 8318460
Faksimili : 021 – 83706709
PO BOX : 41014 JKTM 12700
E-mail : info@griya-asri.com
Website : http://www.griya-asri.com

Marketing Office
Jl. Asem Baris Raya No. 142
Kebon Baru, Jakarta 12830

Promosi
Telepon : 021 – 83780403
Email : promosi@griya-sari.com

Iklan
Telepon / Fax : 021 – 8378 0402
Email : iklan@griya-asri.com

Sirkulasi
Telepon / Fax : 021 – 8378 0398
Email : sirkulasi@griya-asri.com

Bibliography :

http://majalahasri.com/company-profile/

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Bare Minimalist is in Dwell Asia July 2013

Bare Minimalist is in Dwell Asia July 2013. Dwell Asia is the Asian edition of Dwell magazine, one of the leading design and architecture titles in the United States. Dwell Asia’s strength is in identifying and exploring design concepts that are idea-driven, modern, and sensitive to social and physical surroundings, and the magazine inspires its community with smart and thoughtful ideas for modern living. Dwell Asia serves a community of savvy consumers and professionals across China, India and Southeast Asia, who are passionate about design and purposeful in their pursuit of it.

Dwell Asia is published by New Media Investments (Asia) Pte Ltd six times a year under license from Dwell Media LLC.

http://www.dwellasiamag.com

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Bare Minimalist is in Dwell Asia July 2013

Bare Minimalist is in Dwell Asia July 2013. Dwell Asia is the Asian edition of Dwell magazine, one of the leading design and architecture titles in the United States. Dwell Asia’s strength is in identifying and exploring design concepts that are idea-driven, modern, and sensitive to social and physical surroundings, and the magazine inspires its community with smart and thoughtful ideas for modern living. Dwell Asia serves a community of savvy consumers and professionals across China, India and Southeast Asia, who are passionate about design and purposeful in their pursuit of it.

Dwell Asia is published by New Media Investments (Asia) Pte Ltd six times a year under license from Dwell Media LLC.

http://www.dwellasiamag.com

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Bare Minimalist is in ruang 07 |2013 “Rumah”

Mengenai Ruang – Memasyarakatkan Arsitektur

Ruang membentuk individu, individu membentuk masyarakat, dan masyarakat membentuk ruang. Seolah siklus, yang tak berujung dan tak bermula; seperti kisah telur dan ayam. Ruang dibentuk oleh individu-individu kemudian merupa individu-individu lain. Kita, manusia, dicipta oleh ruang, dan kita, manusia, mencipta ruang. Arsitektur bermula dari sebuah ruang.

Ruang adalah saya, kamu dan dia. Kita membentuk ruang, ruang berusaha menawarkan cara pandang kepada masyarakat yang nantinya akan kembali akan merupa diri kita sendiri. Ruang adalah kita. Ruang adalah keterkaitan, jaringan dan semangat kita – yang hidup dan dihidupkan oleh kontribusi kita. Ruang menawarkan kacamata dalam melihat arsitektur dan berusaha memasyarakatkannya.

Artikel mengenai Bare Minimalist : http://membacaruang.com/2013/05/27/bare-minimalist/
Bibliography : http://membacaruang.com/memasyarakatkan-arsitektur/

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Bare Minimalist is published on Lifestyle Magazine

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Smart Design November 2012 vol 1 08

Bare Minimalist is in Smart Design November 2012 vol 1 08.
Penerbit: PT Griya Asri Prima.
Operational Office: Jln. Gudang Peluru Barat IV No. 8, Tebet, Jakarta Selatan 12830.
Pemimpin Umum: Viva Rahwidhiyasa.
Pemimpin Redaksi: Imelda Anwar.
Redaksi Pelaksana: Didan Nahdiar Sardjono; Qisthi Jihan; Okita Sisy Tiara.
Reporter: Aditya Putra Pratama.
Sekretaris Redaksi: Indrawati WD.
Fotografer: Ahkamul Hakim; M. Ifran Nurdin.
Digital Imaging: I Wayan Linggarsa.
Editor Bahasa: Muzhar Muchtar; Eva Yuliana.
Artistik & Produksi: Arief Siswadi; Yuli Istanto; Muhamad Renaldi; Basuki Herru Saptadi.
Konsultan Grafis: Wulan N.D. Pusponegoro.
Direktur Utama: Zainul Bahru Yusuf.
Direktur: Viva Rahwidhiyasa; Dasayoga Isbanu Jaya.
Kordinator Marketing & Promosi: Indrawati Muripto.
Sirkulasi & Penjualan: Penser Pasaribu; Arifuddin.
Iklan: Herizal; Maryana; Pranoto.

Bibliography
http://koleksikemalaatmojo.blogspot.com/2012/04/majala-baru-smart-design-edisi-perdana.html

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RAW Office is in Home Decor August 2012 Edition

 

RAW Office is in Home Decor August 2012 Edition. Home & Decor is the magazine of choice with interior design professionals and retailers launching new shops, collections and projects. We showcase beautiful homes and inspiring decor ideas, combining them with useful advice and a practical approach to decorating. Our wide editorial scope ensures that we appeal to both the aspiring homeowner as well as readers looking to refresh or renovate their homes.

Description :
Home & Decor is the magazine of choice with interior design professionals and retailers launching new shops, collections and projects. The magazine works with various partners to produce booklets and run promotional workshops and contest for our readers too.

To inform
Home & Decor informs you the latest trends in home, decorating, ideas and useful advice so that you can build your own dream home.

To inspire
Home & Decor gives creative thoughts and ideas to help you create and fulfill your imagination wish list of your dream home.

To maintain
Home & Decor is the perfect choice of magazine for those who are looking for up-to-date information about the latest shops, collections and projects so that you can always maintain your wonderful concept of your dream home.

Home & Decor advantage
Home & Decor is the most widely circulated decor magazine. That showcases beautiful homes and inspiring decor ideas, combining them with useful advice and a practical approach to decorating. Our wide editorial scope ensures that we appeal to both the aspiring homeowner as well as readers looking to refresh or renovate their homes.

Now Trends
Exposes products that are new, stunning and trendy.

Now Icon
Educational feature on a famous architect, product designer or interior designer.

Now People
We spotlight on a person or group who is making news in the design industry, such as: product or interior designer, architect, or creative entrepreneur

Now Shopping
Delivers news about a new shop with exciting furniture, accessories or lifestyle items.

Desiner Buzz
The latest buzz in the design field through the form of Q&A or feature-style interview with an international or local designer making headlines or report on major design events.

Design.Com
We troll the World Wide Web for websites that specialise in unusual, good-quality furniture and home accents you can’t find at local stores, and also two other websites that might interest the reader.

Fab Five
We feature five products that are similar in function and style.

Eco Warrior
News, views and ideas for an earth-friendly home and lifestyle.

Big Idea
We share a clever, ingeniously simple and unique design ideas that homeowners can attempt.

Special Focus
Focus on one area of the home. The themes are diverse: Small Spaces, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Garden, etc.

H&D Homes
We showcase the projects of up-and-coming interior designers and architect, and offer you a variety of the latest decor styles.

Food Notes
Delivers information about the latest kitchen products, restaurant reviews, cookbooks and tips from top chefs.

Fix It
Practical how-to tips on selected household topics such as bathrooms, doors, upholstery, furniture care and house pests.

In Store
New shops, products and promos from our advertisers.

Where to Buy
Address of shops featured in the issue.

Fast Forward
A peek into next month’s exciting line-up.

Bibliography
http://kingpinmedia.co.id/magazines/home-decor/

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Bare Minimalist is in Home Decor May 2012

Bare Minimalist is in Home Decor May 2012. Home & Decor is the magazine of choice with interior design professionals and retailers launching new shops, collections and projects. We showcase beautiful homes and inspiring decor ideas, combining them with useful advice and a practical approach to decorating. Our wide editorial scope ensures that we appeal to both the aspiring homeowner as well as readers looking to refresh or renovate their homes.

Description :
Home & Decor is the magazine of choice with interior design professionals and retailers launching new shops, collections and projects. The magazine works with various partners to produce booklets and run promotional workshops and contest for our readers too.

To inform
Home & Decor informs you the latest trends in home, decorating, ideas and useful advice so that you can build your own dream home.

To inspire
Home & Decor gives creative thoughts and ideas to help you create and fulfill your imagination wish list of your dream home.

To maintain
Home & Decor is the perfect choice of magazine for those who are looking for up-to-date information about the latest shops, collections and projects so that you can always maintain your wonderful concept of your dream home.

Home & Decor advantage
Home & Decor is the most widely circulated decor magazine. That showcases beautiful homes and inspiring decor ideas, combining them with useful advice and a practical approach to decorating. Our wide editorial scope ensures that we appeal to both the aspiring homeowner as well as readers looking to refresh or renovate their homes.

Now Trends
Exposes products that are new, stunning and trendy.

Now Icon
Educational feature on a famous architect, product designer or interior designer.

Now People
We spotlight on a person or group who is making news in the design industry, such as: product or interior designer, architect, or creative entrepreneur

Now Shopping
Delivers news about a new shop with exciting furniture, accessories or lifestyle items.

Desiner Buzz
The latest buzz in the design field through the form of Q&A or feature-style interview with an international or local designer making headlines or report on major design events.

Design.Com
We troll the World Wide Web for websites that specialise in unusual, good-quality furniture and home accents you can’t find at local stores, and also two other websites that might interest the reader.

Fab Five
We feature five products that are similar in function and style.

Eco Warrior
News, views and ideas for an earth-friendly home and lifestyle.

Big Idea
We share a clever, ingeniously simple and unique design ideas that homeowners can attempt.

Special Focus
Focus on one area of the home. The themes are diverse: Small Spaces, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Garden, etc.

H&D Homes
We showcase the projects of up-and-coming interior designers and architect, and offer you a variety of the latest decor styles.

Food Notes
Delivers information about the latest kitchen products, restaurant reviews, cookbooks and tips from top chefs.

Fix It
Practical how-to tips on selected household topics such as bathrooms, doors, upholstery, furniture care and house pests.

In Store
New shops, products and promos from our advertisers.

Where to Buy
Address of shops featured in the issue.

Fast Forward
A peek into next month’s exciting line-up.

Bibliography
http://kingpinmedia.co.id/magazines/home-decor/

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Bare Minimalist is in Laras May 2012 Edition

Bareminimalist is in Laras May 2012 Edition,

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An Architecture, Interior Design and Life Style Magazine

Description
Based at Jakarta, Indonesia… We try to bring newest information and trends in architecture, interior design and life style on each of our edition every month. And since January 2012, we come to you with a new concept “DISCOVER LOCAL AND GLOBAL LIVING TREND”

http://www.majalahlaras.co.id

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Lobang Kayu is in Archinesia 3rd Edition : Does Architecture shape the city or vise versa ?

Lobang Kayu is in Archinesia 3rd Edition : Does Architecture shape the city or vise versa ?

Does Architecture Shape the City or Vice Versa ?

When we first set foot on a city, the first objects we are aware of are the buildings standing on it, because architecture is a visual object that most strongly shape the face of any city. Then, inevitably, the question arises in our minds: “Does architecture shape the city, or vice versa?” We asked the question to several urban experts and they all said that a city is not only shaped by its architecture, but also by its government policies, politics, economy, capital, people, transportation, and even by events held inside it. Although—undoubtedly—architecture is often used and exploited in pursuit of the ambition to create a memorable city, so much so that many cities in the world race to invite world renowned architects—or star architects, if you will—to design a number of awe inspiring urban objects or architecture. And oftentimes these constructions are nothing more than display ‘objects’, or will someday become one.

In this volume, ARCHINESIA Bookgazine observes and discusses cities in their relation to architecture. Jakarta is recently criticized by its own governor as a city bereft of identity with ‘faceless’ and generic buildings standing on it, making it identical with thousands of other cities in the world. But is identity truly the most important thing to develop in a city that is often considered grievously ill by its own citizens? We invited seven experts to give an answer about the architecture of Jakarta. Post-war Cambodia is also interesting to peruse. This Southeast Asia country is currently rebuilding its cities in the aftermath of a long fought war. On the other hand, London is changing the face of its eastern parts after the Olympic Games. Melaka, a city recognized as a world heritage city, is struggling to conserve its old architecture. Singapore, on the other hand, invited world renowned architect to design and construct a new iconic building on the Marina Bay Sands area in an attempt to fulfill the ambition to be among the top cities in the world. Almere, a small town in the Netherlands built several eye-catching buildings to grab the attention of not only the world, but also its own citizens.

The minuscule observations of the abovementioned cities are of course insufficient to answer all our questions about cities and architecture. But they will at least try to give you an idea of how the relation between a city and its architecture can affect each other, how architecture may fill a void, or even have its functions questioned and contested, since, in essence, architecture is meant to improve the quality of the people that conducted their activities inside it.

Bibliography

http://archinesia.com/backissue/2

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Vocational UI is published in Book : Arsitektur 4D

Vocational UI, a competition winner scheme which won by Realrich Sjarief and team is published in Arsitektur 4D. The book consists of development of architecture education in Indonesia; volume commemorating the 45th anniversary of Dept. of Architecture, Fac. of Engineering, University of Indonesia.

Arsitektur 4D : 72 karya + 10 sayembara arsitektur Universitas Indonesia.

Author: Gramedia Pustaka Utama, PT.; Universitas Indonesia. Jurusan Arsitektur.
Publisher: Jakarta : Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2011.
Edition/Format: Book : Indonesian
Database: WorldCat
Summary:
Development of architecture education in Indonesia; volume commemorating the 45th anniversary of Dept. of Architecture, Fac. of Engineering, University of Indonesia.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gramedia Pustaka Utama, PT.; Universitas Indonesia. Jurusan Arsitektur.
ISBN: 9789792271386 9792271384
OCLC Number: 746489843
Description: 288 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Publication - arsitektur 4d

bibliography
http://www.worldcat.org/title/arsitektur-4d-72-karya-10-sayembara-arsitektur-universitas-indonesia/oclc/746489843

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50 Indonesian architects + Emergings

Realrich Sjarief is in 50 Indonesian architects + Emergings book by Imelda Akmal Architecture Writer. Here is the description by Jakarta Post : Over the past decade, Indonesian architects have redefined and rediscovered Indonesian architecture. By consistently building and experimenting, they have created a new face for contemporary Indonesian architecture.

Their efforts have paid off. Now the world has begun to recognize the remarkable work of Indonesian architects, many of whom have won several contests.

Indonesians have also begun to acknowledge architecture by adoring tall buildings and skyscrapers that flourissh in cities across the country that have been designed by local architects.

No doubt Indonesian architects have shaped this country and its society. Through the distinctive character of Indonesian architecture that they have brought to the surface, they have changed the perspective about Indonesian architecture and changed society to be the part of architecture as well.

But who would care to write about the people who were in charge of constructing dreams in the concrete jungle? It could only be Imelda Akmal.

Local architects should give a toast to Imelda for publishing another architecture book, 50 Indonesian Architects + Emergings. Once again, she has proven her passion for architecture by publishing books. Earlier, she published Indonesian Architecture Now and Indonesian Architecture Now 2.

Imelda is one of a few architects who enjoy careers as architectural writers. With her team members at the Imelda Akmal Architectural Writers Studio (Studio IAAW), she has published over 70 architectural works, though she said that there were numerous Indonesian architects who had a tremendous amount of work experience who should write about architecture.

“It doesn’t mean that they can’t write. They just haven’t wanted to, though I think they are competent to write architectural reviews or probably architectural critiques. That’s why I always encourage my colleagues to start writing. I hope this book also can be a trigger,” Imelda said at the book’s launch at The Dharmawangsa, South Jakarta.

Her new book is comprised of 50 short profiles of well-known Indonesian architectural firms and 13 new architectural firms (the “emergings”), who are considered influential on Indonesian architecture these days.

Imelda and her team separated the groups based on their years of experience. The Indonesian Architects group was dominated by architectural firms that were formed at least five years ago, while the Emergings category has profiles of new firms established less than five years ago.

Those 13 young names on the Emergings list include 12akitek, Aboday, Avianti Armand, Boy Bhirawa, DX6, HMP Architects, Labo, Made Dharmendra, Parametr architecture, Realrich sjarief, SUB Studio, Suwardana Winata, and Zenin Adrian, while the 50 Architects category included big names such as Andra Matin, Baskoro Tedjo, Grahacipta Hadiprana, PTI Architects, Sardjono Sani, Urbane and Yori Antar.

Bibliography

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2010/11/14/faces-representing-indonesian-architecture-today.html
http://www.amazon.ca/Indonesian-Architects-Emergings-Imelda-Akmal/dp/6029768204

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Architectonic Formation is in Elle Decor 8th Edition

Architectonic Formation is in Elle Decor 8th Edition

Established as the international home style magazine, it is the only truly global brand in the sector of home and interior magazines. Upscale and contemporary, its mission is to encourage readers to express themselves an their tastes through their surroundings. As a source of inspiration and practical ideas, it combines aspiration with achievable and stimulates the desire for style and quality throughout the home. It is the authoritative guide on a multitude of styles, from cutting-edge innovations to the classics in interior design, it anticipates future trends and showcases designers from all over the world. Each edition is a local magazine create Indonesian edition was launched on February 2010.

Publishing HousePT TRINAYA TIRTA
Language INDONESIAN
City JAKARTA
Type of media CONSUMER MAGAZINES
Editorial content HOMEINTEREST
Geographic Coverage NATIONAL/SEMI-NATIONAL
Published MONTHLY

Bibliography http://www.publicitas.com/india/media-solutions/factsheet/mediadata/elle-decoration-indonesia/?PARAM1=UIXEJ2#.U71lXdwdupc

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Realrich is in roundtable discussion – Archinesia Volume 1

Realrich is in roundtable discussion with  Adi Purnomo, Ario Danar Andito (Parametr), Ary Indra (Aboday), Ridwan Kamil (Urbane), Endy Subijono (Head of National Indonesian Institute of Architect ), Her Pramtama (Head of Jakarta Indonesian Institute of Architect), Danny Wicaksono, Deddy Wahyudi,Achmad Tardiyana (lecturer at  ITB and architect from Urbane) and Imelda Akmal (IAAW).

Archinesia Bookgazine edisi perdana dirilis dalam bentuk hard cover dengan 208 halaman (ukuran 30 x 24 cm), memuat sekitar 160 foto arsitektur (110 foto diantaranya adalah hasil bidikan fotografer Sonny Sandjaya), 35  gambar arsitektur render 3D (upcoming projects dan pemenang berbagai  kompetisi arsitektur di Indonesia), serta 50 potongan gambar, denah maupun site / floor plan. Keseluruhan disuguhkan dengan komposisi yang memukau dan inspiratif, disertai ulasan khas Imelda Akmal dan beberapa kontributor Archinesia lainnya.

Cover story Archinesia Bookgazine edisi perdana dengan tema ” Penghargaan, Sayembara, Dan Pameran Arsitektur ” membuka cakrawala pembacanya untuk lebih memahami dan mengapresiasi berbagai penghargaan, sayembara maupun pameran arsitektur di Indonesia yang kebanyakan masih dimotori oleh para insan kreatif di bidang arsitektur sendiri. Berbagai peran, manfaat, prestasi maupun  kendala dalam kegiatan penghargaan, sayembara dan pameran arsitektur yang ada di Indonesia saat ini, dikupas secara mendalam dalam Archinesia volume 1 ini.

Tidak tangung-tangung, Archinesia Bookgazine pun mempersiapkan secara khusus dalam menggarap tema besar ini dengan mengadakan round table discussion bekerjasama dengan Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia (IAI) Jakarta dan IAI Nasional yang berlangsung pada tanggal 13 September 2011 lalu. Diskusi tersebut menghadirkan berbagai pakar di bidangnya seperti : Adi Purnomo, Ario Danar Andito (Parametr), Ary Indra (Aboday), Ridwan Kamil (Urbane), Endy Subijono (Ketua IAI Nasional), Realrich Sjarief, Her Pramtama (Ketua IAI Jakarta), Danny Wicaksono, Deddy Wahyudi, dengan moderator Achmad Tardiyana (Dosen Arsitektur ITB dan praktisi arsitek Urbane) dan Imelda Akmal.

Pendapat para pakar dari round table discussion maupun berbagai tulisan dan liputan khusus seputar kegiatan sayembara, kompetisi dan pameran arsitektur yang dimuat pada Archinesia Bookgazine edisi perdana, sungguh mengugah dan menginspirasi siapa pun yang terjun di sektor kreatif, terutama dalam menyikapi berbagai kegiatan sayembara, kompetisi maupun pameran yang berkaitan dengan bidang pekerjaan masing-masing.

Archinesia Bookgazine, Terobosan Baru Publikasi Berkala Arsitektur Indonesia