Urban Flux #34 | INDONESIA Architecture

《Urban Flux 城市空间》#34 Indonesia Architecture | guest-edited by MovingCities 2013
《Urban Flux 城市空间》#34 Indonesia Architecture | guest-edited by MovingCities 2013

Published in December 2013, MovingCities guest-edited a special bilingual [Chinese/English] 90-page issue of the Chinese architecture magazine Urban Flux 城市空间 设计 [vol 34 /2013-6] entitled “INDONESIAN ARCHITECTURE: TROPICAL AND EMERGING新兴崛起的印度尼西亚热带建筑. With this special report MovingCities, along with Indonesian architect Danny Wicaksono, gives a comprehensive overview of contemporary Indonesian architectural practices and insight into contemporary tropical architectural design.

Commissioned by URBAN FLUX 城市空间 设计 [‘chengshi kongjian’~ “urban space design”], an architectural and urbanism magazine hosted by Tianjin University, Indonesia Architecture 印度尼西亚建筑 introduces, amongst others, the dawn of a new architectural awareness – and generation of young architects – that are poised to change the architecture of today’s Indonesia. These include Andra Matin, mamostudio, SUB, Studio TonTon, Studio Dasar, d-associates, Willis Kusuma Architects, ABODAY and HGT Architects.

To know more about this issue, consult the Table of Contents & Colophon, read our Preface; or order《Urban Flux城市空间vol34 online >.

Urban Flux #34 | covers: d-associates's Kalibata House & Studio TonTon's Bea House
Urban Flux #34 | covers: d-associates's Kalibata House & Studio TonTon's Bea House

Extract from MovingCities’ Preface:

This magazine tries to capture the dawn of a new architectural awareness in today’s Indonesia. Due to social and economical development, young architects get oftentimes the chance to build. Initially limited to family houses and villas, these young architectural practices – such as SUB, d-associates, Studio Dasar, HGT Architects, Willis Kusuma – are set to explore, oftentimes with very limited budgets, a new architectural language. At the very same time, an older generation of architects – such as aforementioned Andra Matin, or Adi Purnomo/mamostudio, Eko Prawoto, ABODAY and Studio Tonton – have for more than a decade sought and found their position as architects, now they need an critical eye, international appeal and approval.

另一方面,本期杂志还试图捕捉当今印尼建筑的诸多新思潮。因为社会及经济的快速发展,年轻的建筑师能够有机会得到项目并实施建造。刚开始可能只是家庭住宅和别墅,但慢慢涵盖更多类型,这样的年轻事务所包括SUBd-associates、达萨工作室(Studio Dasar)、HGT建筑事务所(HGT Architects)、威利斯·库苏马(Willis Kusuma)。他们的目的是探索,虽然预算和资金有限,但是却毫不妥协地追寻一种另类的建筑语言。与此同时,一批老一辈的建筑师,如之前提到的安德拉·马汀(Andra Matin),阿迪·普尔诺摩/mamostudio(Adi Purnomo/mamostudio),艾科·普拉沃托(Eko Prawoto),ABODAY事务所和Studio TonTon工作室,在近乎10年的时间内,他们以一种辩证的眼光找寻和发现他们在国际影响和声誉下作为建筑师的角色和责任。

For this issue, scholar Mohammad Nanda Widyarta puts focus on the country’s colonial architectural history, Danny Wicaksono traces the origins of contemporary independent architectural practice after 1998 and Farid Rakun critically questions the country’s current creative, architectural and urban development.

对于这个话题,学者默罕默德·南达·韦德亚塔(Mohammad Nanda Widyarta)侧重的是国家的殖民建筑历史,而丹尼·维克索诺追溯从1998年之后兴起的当代独立建筑实践团队的起源,法里德·拉昆(Farid Rakun)则批判地审视如今印尼的创意产业、建筑及城市发展现状。

Complementing these approaches, an emphasis was also laid on non-profit and community based architectural endeavors, hence the inclusion of artist/architect Eko Prawoto’s community-based reconstruction of an earthquake stricken area and the Rumah Asuh’s “Preservation of the Mbaru Niang”-project, which received the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2013 and is located in a very remote condition.

工作室里展示着建成的项目和研究性的项目,它们突出人口、食品生产、基础设施建设等问题。与这一类形成补充的是另外一种致力于非营利性或社区型建筑项目的团队,这些项目包括由艺术家/建筑师艾科·普拉沃托以社区为基础的震后重建项目,以及Rumah Asuh团队的曾获得2013阿卡汗建筑奖(Aga Khan Award for Architecture)的位于极为偏远地段的Mbaru Niang保护项目。

《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | mamostudio & Coco-building project
《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | mamostudio & Coco-building project

'A Note on Indonesia’s Colonial Architecture' -by Mohammad Nanda Widyarta
'A Note on Indonesia’s Colonial Architecture' -by Mohammad Nanda Widyarta

《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | Andra Matin & Tanah Teduh project
《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | Andra Matin & Tanah Teduh project

《Urban FLux 城市空间》SUB & House of Trimmed Reform/Grey House
《Urban FLux 城市空间》SUB & House of Trimmed Reform/Grey House

《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | Studio TonTon & Bea House
《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | Studio TonTon & Bea House

《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | Studio Dasar & Anjung Salihara
《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | Studio Dasar & Anjung Salihara

Preservation of the Mbaru Niang: WAE REBO Case Study - Rumah Asuh/Yori Antar
Preservation of the Mbaru Niang: WAE REBO Case Study - Rumah Asuh/Yori Antar

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Urban Flux #34 written by and/or featured:
MovingCities [Bert de Muynck & Mónica Carriço 伯德孟莫妮卡·卡瑞苏]; Studio Dasar 达萨工作室 [Danny Wicaksono 丹尼·维克索诺]; Mohammad Nanda Widyarta 穆罕默德·南达·韦德亚塔  (Universitas Indonesia); Farid Rakun 法里德·拉昆 (Karbon Journal); Andra Matin; mamostudio mamo工作室作品集 [Adi Purnomo 阿迪·普尔诺摩]; SUB [Wiyoga Nurdiansyah & Muhammad Sagitha]; Studio TonTon  [Antony Liu & Ferry Ridwan]; d-associates [Gregorius Supie Yolodi & Maria Rosantina]; HGT Architects [Henry G. Tjhi 池泓慶]; Willis Kusuma Architects 威利斯·库苏马建筑; ABODAY [Rafael David, Ary Indra, Johanses Yap]; Eko Prawoto 艾科·普拉沃托 (Duta Wacana Christian University); Brigitte Shim 布里吉特·沈 (John H. Daniels Faculty)Rumah Asuh Team团队 / Yori AntarJongArsitek!.

URBAN FLUX 城市空间VOL 34 2013年第6期

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About MovingCities

MovingCities is a Shanghai-based think-tank investigating the role of architecture and urbanism in shaping the contemporary city. Established in 2007 by Bert de Muynck [BE] and Mónica Carriço [PT], MovingCities publishes, collaborates talks and walks, and operate as embedded architects. During the past years MovingCities has conducted research, lectures, creative consultancy and workshops in China, Israel, Sweden, Netherlands, Finland, Indonesia and Italy.

Acknowledgment

MovingCities wishes to thank the many individuals who contributed their valuable time and expertise through the interviews, texts, photography and projects that form the foundation of this issue. 感谢:MovingCities在此对接受采访、提供文字、图片以及项目案例的诸位表示由衷的感谢,感谢他们对于胡同专辑所付出的宝贵时间及专业建树。

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