ARCH:ID the annual Architecture Conference & Exhibition initiated by Indonesian Institute of Architects (IAI) and PT Citra Inovasi Strategi Exhibition (C.I.S) serves as a continuous dialogue among the Architects, industry players in building materials and construction in Indonesia.
Held for the first time in 2020 with total number of visitors 8.520 and in 2022 in the midst of post pandemic, ARCH:ID was held again with a total 12.300 of visitors.
ARCH:ID is the most awaited gathering for Architects in Indonesia. An effective opportunity and platform for Exhibitors to establish business relationships, showcase latest product and technologies, increase company branding and reach targeted market in architecture and construction industry.
The curated exhibition with strong architecture and design concepts, collaborate with Architects at Feature Exhibitions area and several exhibition booths, provide a unique experience for Visitors.
In every event, ARCH:ID not only bring international standard of exhibitions and conferences, also fully packaged with insightful programs and contents for visitors, such as sharing from the experts and industry leaders at the ARCH:ID Talk Series, Obrolan Tuju Tuju and BIM Seminar.
The third ARCH:ID will be held on March 16-19, 2023 at ICE BSD City, Tangerang. We look forward to your participation.
Join us at Indonesia’s Most Awaited Architecture Trade Event!
Georgius Budi Yulianto, IAI, AA
President of Indonesian Institute of Architect (IAI)
ARCH:ID is proud to present sustainable architectural conference and exhibition in Indonesia. Successfully held for the first time in 2020, Indonesian Institute of Architects (IAI) and PT. Citra Inovasi Strategi Exhibition (C.I.S) will continue presenting quality and value-added Event to all stakeholders.
ARCH:ID is the right momentum for architects and designers to collaborate. We can also embrace all stakeholders in Indonesia's development to collaborate. As IAI vision and mission, there are Synergy - Responsive - Collaborative, it's time for IAI to work together with other associations.
ARCH:ID is a big event, which can present Indonesia's architecture. The large infrastructure is being built and we are a part of it. Hopefully, as the biggest architect’s event in Indonesia, ARCH:ID can trigger architects in Indonesia to be more advanced.
Wendy Juniana Djuhara, graduated from Parahyangan Catholic University in 1994, she worked in PT PAI (1994-2004), before she founded djuhara+djuhara, together with her husband, (Late) Ahmad Djuhara. Together, Wendy and Ahmad Djuhara have won several awards, including the IAI Awards for Natuna Dive Resort (2021), IAI Jakarta Awards for Tanah Teduh House No.3 (2012), and many more. Aside from her practice, Wendy Djuhara has been active in many organizations, such as Arsitek Muda Indonesia (AMI), Ibu Arsitek, IAI, Architects Regional Council of Asia (ARCASIA), and in activities such as House Vision, The Green Initiative Week in Japan, The Aga Khan Awards for Architecture, etc. And since 2010, she continues to teach at the Pelita Harapan University (UPH)
Principal as well as the founder of andyrahman architect with his partner, Abdi Manaf, since 2006 – present. This bureau was made not long after Andy finished his study in Architecture Major at ITS (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November), Surabaya. Andy often involved in craftsmanship that explores local material, because during the process he frequently corresponds with craftsmen as the executor on the field. His projects have won several local and international awards, such as 1st winner, Supporting Facility of Sunan Ampel Pilgrimage Surabaya - Design Competition by Krearture 2022, Social Building category (Honeycomb Mosque) - IAI Jatim Awards 2021, Best 50 Houses 2019 Archdaily (Omah Boto) – Archdaily and many more.
Maria Rosantina is one of the principal architect of Jakarta based studio, d-associates. Maria, with her design partner Gregorius Yolodi, has established a consistent presence in Indonesian architectural scene since early 2000s. Maria Rosantina graduated from the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Architecture, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, in 1998. With her practice, Maria achieved numerous awards and recognitions; notably: a mention from ARCASIA (The Architects Regional Council of Asia) Awards for Architecture, IAI Awards in 2008, several recognitions from IAI Jakarta between 2008-2014, and won several national architectural competitions. She also won IAI Awards in 2021 for Baseball Stadium, a new stadium at heritage sport complex, Gelora Bung Karno.
The advent and adoption of information technology – accelerated by covid pandemic – helps us to facilitate rapid communication and connection with fellow human beings. Information from around the world is easily accessible, allowing other cultures to easily inﬂuence ours. This influence is evident in what we eat, how we dress, what music we listen to, and how we behave as contemporary human beings, which have become increasingly global and homogeneous.
In the built environment industry, architectural works are also becoming increasingly similar. The rampant 'copy-paste' practice of the 'architectural language' – thanks to the internet – has obscured the cultural roots of the works, whereas ideally, it should project a distinct identity, representing a speciﬁc group of people, their thoughts, and their place and time.
Simultaneously, the covid pandemic has given us time to pause, reﬂect and allow us to ask the essential question:
Have we lost our identity? In exchange for being a part of the global society, have we lost our locality and uniqueness?
In Indonesia, as we put our efforts into developing the nation and building the new capital city – a representation of our national identity – we must dig deeper to understand the essence of our architectural and cultural identity to take proper steps toward the future of the built environment in Indonesia.
We invite all architects and broader communities – from Indonesia and beyond – to exchange ideas, question the state of our architectural and cultural identity, and learn from each other's uniqueness.
ARCH:ID 2023 Curators,