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Bamboo Bridge in Indonesia Demonstrates Sustainable Alternatives for Infrastructure

16:00 - 18 June, 2017
Bamboo Bridge in Indonesia Demonstrates Sustainable Alternatives for Infrastructure, © Andrea Fitrianto
© Andrea Fitrianto

As part of the second Bamboo Biennale held in October 2016, the city of Solo in Central Java received a public Bamboo Bridge courtesy of Indonesian Architects Without Borders (ASF-ID). Connecting the Pasar Gede market and colonial Dutch Vastenburg Fort, the 18-meter bamboo structure offers a revitalization of river life in the historic Indonesian city. Spanning across the Kali Pepe river, residents of Java can traverse the pedestrian bridge on its track that varies in width from 1.8 to 2.3 meters.

Indonesian Village Receives Technicolor Makeover with Just $22,000 of Paint

16:45 - 15 May, 2017
Indonesian Village Receives Technicolor Makeover with Just $22,000 of Paint, Image by Instagram user arieprakhman
Image by Instagram user arieprakhman

Seeking to liven up their town and make a splash in the realm of tourism, the small village of Kampung Pelangi, Indonesia, has undergone a vivid, multicolored transformation. The brainchild of 54-year-old junior high principal Slamet Widodo and inspired by similar efforts in other Indonesian towns, the entire repainting was done for just 300 million Indonesia Rupiah (about $22,500 USD).

RAW Architecture's Brava Casa is a Philosophy of Life and Form

16:00 - 27 November, 2016
RAW Architecture's Brava Casa is a Philosophy of Life and Form , © Eric Dinardi
© Eric Dinardi

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.

Broadway Malyan to Design Additional Towers for Jakarta Business Park

14:00 - 16 July, 2016
Broadway Malyan to Design Additional Towers for Jakarta Business Park, Courtesy of Broadway Malyan
Courtesy of Broadway Malyan

Broadway Malyan has been appointed to design eight towers for the CIBIS Business Park, a 12-hectare development in Jakarta, Indonesia. Previously, the firm developed the site’s original masterplan, as well as the design for Tower 9, and has since then been asked to additionally deliver Towers 1 through 8.

Monocle 24's 'Section D' Explores Public Space in Bandung and Housing in Montreal

04:10 - 15 July, 2015
Monocle 24's 'Section D' Explores Public Space in Bandung and Housing in Montreal, Skyline of Bandung, Indonesia. Image © sabung.hamster
Skyline of Bandung, Indonesia. Image © sabung.hamster

This edition of Section DMonocle 24's weekly review of design, architecture and craft, travels to Indonesia’s third city Bandung, where former architect and current Mayor Ridwan Kamil "is transforming public space." The show also takes a tour of three early 20th-century apartment buildings in Montreal, and hears from Neri & Hu Design and Research Office in Shanghai.

Craftsmanship: Material Consciousness - Inside Indonesia’s Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2014

00:00 - 15 July, 2014
Craftsmanship: Material Consciousness - Inside Indonesia’s Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2014, © Nico Saieh
© Nico Saieh

At its debut at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014, Indonesia offers a peek into the country’s past 100 years of architectural history in its pavilion: “Craftsmanship: Material Consciousness.” Moving images projected onto glass panels tell Indonesia’s story through the development of six materials, traced over time: wood, stone, brick, steel, concrete and bamboo. See images of the pavilion and enjoy a statement from the curators after the break.

Indonesian Ministry Appoints Curators for 2014 Venice Biennale

00:00 - 19 October, 2013
Indonesian Ministry Appoints Curators for 2014 Venice Biennale, © Indonesian Pavilion
© Indonesian Pavilion

The Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy has partnered up with the Indonesian Institute of Architect to appoint architects Avianti Armand and Setiadi Sopandi, along side architectural historian David Hutama, Arsitek Muda Indonesia (AMI) founder Achmad Tardiyana, and writer Robin Hartanto as the curator team in charge for the first ever Indonesian Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.

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