ARCH:ID 2023 International Conference on Architecture invites global talents across disciplines with diverse perspectives to approach the central theme of 'Identitas? / Identity?'.
When architectural works suffer from the rootless global sameness that erases their distinct identity, how can we re-look and re-assess our ways to represent people, places and time with justice? The conversation will seek inspiration for the future identity of Indonesia's built environment and investigate the ingenuities the country could offer to the broader world.
The International Conference will be divided into several sub-themes, presented in two separate sessions: MARITIME+TECHNOLOGY and SOCIAL+CULTURAL.
Wolfgang Kessling holds a doctorate in physics and is a partner at Transsolar Energietechnik. He is an expert in climate-friendly building design and adaptive comfort concepts. The focus of his work is the development of innovative comfort concepts for both, indoor and outdoor spaces. He lectures regularly at universities and international conferences on sustainable design, thermal comfort and zero-energy projects.
In Asia he worked on the first zero-energy office building in Malaysia and the innovative comfort and energy concept of the giant cooled conservatories at the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. The environmental concept of the School of Design Building 4 at NUS, Singapore became a highly recognized example for a tropical high comfort net positive energy design. In 2021 the sustainable strategy for the Atlassian high rise in Sydney has been awarded by the Holcim Foundation with Bronze in the Asia Pacific Bronze region.
School of Design and Environment SDE4, Singapore
• 2020 Design thatEducates Awards 2020 – ArchitecturalDesign
• 2019 WELL Certified™Gold,prestigious WELL Certification
• 2019 DGNB Climate Positive Award
• 2017 Cities of love Awards 2017–forthecontribution inthearea of Environmental Sustainability
Breathe Austrian Pavilion 2015, Milan, Italy
• AIT-Award 2016, Best inInteriorand ArchitectureRetail / Trade Fair Design 1. Preis
• Architizer A+Award 2016
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
• 2014 Building Performance Award CIBSE
• 2013 President´s Design Award Singapore, Design of the Year
• 2013 RIBA Lubetkin Prize
• 2012 World Building of the Year
Atlassian Headquarters, Sydney, Australia
• 2021 Holcim Foundation Commendation Global
• 2020 Holcim Foundation Global Awards Bronze Asia Pacific
BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangledesh
• 2017 LafargeHolcim Award Bronze – Asia Pacific for Sustainable Design
With his family roots in shipbuilding, architecture and engineering Dr Koen Olthuis founded Waterstudio in 2003 as the first office 100% focused on floating architecture.
As a senior researcher Floating Cities and Delta Urbanism at the Delft University of Technology, he and his team is testing the strategies and options for The Netherlands to build on water as the next phase in the evolution of a country below sea level.
He advises governments and cities around the world on how to combat the effects of climate change and urbanisation. His signature work includes the Floating City in The Maldives, as well as floating parks, houses and theatre for canals, lakes and the open ocean.
Koen is the author of the book FLOAT! and City Apps, which highlight the possibilities for rich and poor communities and to build on water to improve the performance of cities near water.
Hanif Kara offers 40+ years’ experience in international engineering design. He’s a co-founder and design director of the engineering practice AKT II, and for the past 25+ years has overseen the company’s growth to encompass 350+ people who are today working on projects across 50+ countries. Hanif is widely published and has taught internationally. He is professor in the practice of architectural technology at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, and he’s routinely appointed as an expert for international cultural and media organisations such as the Aga Khan Network, the World Architecture Festival, and Dezeen. In 2022 he was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his services to engineering, architecture and education and in the same year was presented the Fazlur R. Khan Lifetime Achievement Award by the CTBUH(Chicago).
Selected awards and accreditations
• 2022 Fazlur R. Khan Lifetime Achievement Award Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTUBH, Chicago)
• 2022 Order of the British Empire (OBE) services to Architecture, Engineering and Education
• Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE)
• Fellow, Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE)
• Fellow, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
• Honorary Fellow, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
• Fellow, Royal Society of Arts (RSA)
• Ambassador for the UK Design Council
• Design Advocate for the Mayor of London
Born in Beirut (1968). He studied architecture at the Rhode Island school of Design (BFA 1990 / B.Arch 1991) and Harvard University (M.Arch 1993). He was awarded by the municipality of Rome, the Borromini Prize honorable mention given to architects under 40 years of age (2001), the Architecture + Award (2004), the CNBC Award (2008) and nominated for several awards including the Aga Khan award (2002 / 2004/ 2021), the Chernikov prize (2010) and the Mies van der Rohe Award (2021).
He co-founded the Arab Center for Architecture (2008), was a visiting professor in several universities including the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and L’Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris.
He has lectured and exhibited his work in over 150 institutions, including solo shows at the Aedes gallery in Berlin (2003), the Spazio per l’architecttura Milano (2016) and numerous group shows including YOU prison at the Fondazione Sandretto in Torino (2008), the opening show of the MAXXI museum in Roma (2010), the Frac Architecture Biennale in Orleans (2018), the Oris House of Architecture in Zagreb (2020) and the Architecture Biennale of Seoul (2021).
He was the architect and co-curator of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s national pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2014). Over the years he has developed an international reputation and a diverse portfolio of projects in over fifteen countries. Khoury was nominated by the French Ministry of Culture Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres (2020)
Gregorius Antar Awal, known as Yori Antar, graduated from the Department of Architecture, University of Indonesia, in 1988.
In 1989, with his newly graduated architect fellow, he founded AMI, Arsitek Muda Indonesia (Young Architects of Indonesia).
In 2008, he founded the "Rumah Asuh" Foundation to save and preserve traditional villages in Indonesia, which are threatened with extinction, through joint rebuilding using the bottom-up method, working together with the community.
Among Yori's accomplishments are:
- Pancasila Icon Award 2022 Category Arts and Culture by Pancasila Ideology Development Agency of the Republic of Indonesia (BPIP RI) Yogyakarta
- Award from Minister of Education and Culture Prof. Dr. Muhadjir Effendy for Rumah Asuh, Community category, 26 September 2018.
- Jakarta Academy Lifetime Achievement Award 2020 for dedication and achievement in maintaining, developing and advancing the nation's arts & culture
- Award of Excellence 2012 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards, Cultural Heritage Conservation Category for Mbaru Niang, East Nusa Tenggara
- Arcasia Award for Rumah Tenun Timor 1991
- Nominee of Aga Khan Award for Architecture for Wae Rebo, East Nusa Tenggara, in 2013
- IAI JAKARTA AWARD 2020 Architectural Writing category 'Pesan dari Waerebo'
- IAI Awards 2015 for Conservation of Traditional House, Sumba
- IAI Awards 2011 for Conservation of Wae Rebo Traditional House
- IAI Awards 2008 for Rumah Sintang
- FIABCI INDONESIA – REI, Excellence Award 2021, Gold Heritage, Jalur Tenun Sumba by Rumah Asuh
- Award from the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia M. Jusuf Kalla for his support and dedication in holding the XVIII Asian Games in 2018.IAI Banten Awards 2022
- IAI Banten Architecture Award 2022 for Lodging Building Category (Santika Premiere Bintaro) & Office Building (Home Sweet Office)
- Indonesia Property Awards 2020, Kohler – The Indegenous House Conservation Movement by Rumah Asuh
- Indonesia Property Awards 2018 - Kohler for Lapangan Banteng
In addition to working as an architect, Yori Antar is a prolific writer for architecture who has published several books on the subject, including Messages from Waerebo - The Rebirth of Archipelago Architecture (2010), Hunting and Studying in the Land of Marapu (2018), and Messages from Waerebo - The Rebirth of Archipelago Architecture (2019).
With Han Awal & Partners Architects, now holds the positions of director and design manager.
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Aaron Roberts is a director of Edition Office, an architecture studio based in Melbourne. Aaron established the practice with fellow director Kim Bridgland in 2016. The practice operates as a cultural agent amongst a diverse design and arts community within the intersection of architecture, culture and politics and has contributed to numerous lectures and publications across Australia. Through the execution of its work, the practice is creating an ongoing series of figures, stories and relationships; all continuing a greater investigation into material, spatial and cultural practice. The practice has been recognised nationally and internationally with awards for its built work and was recently awarded Emerging Architect of the Year at the 2019 Dezeen Awards.
Graduated as an architect by the Anahuac University and member of the National System of art creators from 2016, founded MANUEL CERVANTES CESPEDES/ CC ARQUITECTOS in 2004.
In 2006 one of the firm’s departments began to focus on urban projectsand mass transport, leading to research around Multimodal Transfer Centers (CETRAM) and Transit Oriented Development (TOD).
He has done works for dependencies such as INFONAVIT and different Mexican Republic governments, as well as urban and architectural projects in several countries of the American Continent, in the same way he has given workshops and conferences in several Universities in countries such as Mexico, United States, Spain and Portugal.
He has also been honored with national and international awards, including: Luis Barragan Lifetime Achievement from Mexico’s Collage of Architects (CAM-SAM), the Architectural League of New York 2015 Emerging Voices, the Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award 2014 and the first prize in the architectural design category at the XIX Pan-American Biennial of Architecture of Quito-BAQ 2014. As well as several silver medals in Mexico’s National Architecture Biennial.
Received his degree in architecture from Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia; he has gained 20 years of post qualification experience ever since. Prior to form Aboday in 2006, he worked for AXIS Architects Planners in Singapore from 1998-2006 where his last position is Principal Designer. Aside from practicing as architect, he is also part time lecturer and writer. He has published 2 books of his firm’s work, Fame Fortune and Flirt (2014) and Firmitas (2017). In 2018 he was appointed as Lead Curator for Indonesia Pavilion in Venice Architecture Biennale; for which he and his team published a book titled “Sunyata: The Poetics of Emptiness”. Currently pursuing his other interest in art and public work advocating pluralism, he is now working on a number of social projects with his “Ary Indra + Sahabat Selojene”.
Farshad Mehdizadeh was born in Isfahan, Iran. He completed his bachelor’s and initial master’s degree at the Azad University of Isfahan, where he graduated in 2008. Farshad started his professional career as an architect in Fluid Motion Studio in Tehran. Later he worked with Lab Architecture Studio in Melbourne, Australia. Farshad has designed award winning personal projects as well, namely his Abadan residential building which won first prize in the national Me’mar awards of Iran and high recognition in the Middle East awards.
Farshad acquired a second master’s degree at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, in Barcelona Spain, after which he returned to Iran and established his own firm, Tehran Architecture Studio. Farshad is also active in the academic field, starting in 2007 as an assistant professor and continuing his academic work as a guest lecturer as well as through international workshops and collaboration with architects, instructors and architecture institutes around the world. He is now teaching in Melbourne University faculty of architecture. Farshad focuses his research on geographically context-based architecture and the impact of geography on architecture in general.
Born in Malang, East Java, Indonesia.
Graduated School of Architecture Melbourne University.
Design principal of DCM Jakarta since 1987.
Partner of Denton Corker Marshall (Melbourne – London – Jakarta) since 1991.
Recipient of Indonesian Institute of Architects Awards for Maya Ubud, Hotel Sensa and Ciwalk, Ex Plaza, Central Library UI and Department of Trade Building.
Recipient of Australian Institute of Architects Citations for Binus School Serpong and Stella Maris Church in North Jakarta.
Budiman guest lectures in conferences and architectural schools.
His interest lies in the development of sustainable tropical architecture through layering of facades and the use of plants in his buildings.
Some of his works are published in Denton Corker Marshall book NARRATIVES non-fictional by Leon Van Schaik, birkhauser.
In 2012, he was named Architect of The Year by Tempo.
A passionate urban designer, planner and business leader with extensive experience in various urban projects in Asia, especially South East Asia and Indonesia. Focus on executing sustainable urban development based on integrated multi-disciplinary approach
Sibarani has spent more than a decade in South East Asia and recently, Indonesia, in executing successful planning projects that become new places for people to live work and play. Having worked for leading international firms such as RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Singapore), Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM), EDAW and AECOM, Sibarani has gained vast experience and worked on various award winning master planning projects in South East Asia from Vietnam, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, India etc.
In 2007, he is among the first fews that pioneered AECOM Design & Planning Singapore as Director of Master Planning developing a 100 strong team from scratch and now spread across Indonesia, Malaysia, Phillipines and New Delhi. In 2011 he moved to Indonesia to grow Design and Planning studio from 15 to 70 staff including Architecture, Building Engineering, Project Cost Consultancy, tripling the revenue and won several awards. In 2014 served as Country Manager for 1 year for AECOM Indonesia and grow into 160 person multi-disciplinary office.
Currently, Sibarani is Founder and Director of URBAN+ practice that he started in 2017 together with several key urban and design experts to assist clients and cities in creating compelling urban projects.
Formerly, he has been the Professor of Architecture at the University of Indonesia, Depok.
Prof. Gunawan has published widely on vernacular settlements of Indonesia and is an ardent supporter and advocate of the relevance and usefulness of vernacular in the modern world.