Urban Flux #34 | INDONESIA Architecture

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

Urban Flux magazine #34 | ‘INDONESIA Architecture’
guest-edited by MovingCities [September _December 2013]

Published in December 2013, MovingCities guest-edited a special bilingual 90-page issue of the Chinese architecture magazine Urban Flux 城市空间 设计 [volume 34/2013-6] entitled “INDONESIAN ARCHITECTURE: TROPICAL AND EMERGING” 新兴崛起的印度尼西亚热带建筑.

Commissioned by URBAN FLUX  城市空间 设计 [chengshi kongjian~urban space design], an architectural and urbanism magazine hosted by Tianjin University, this especial report gives to a Chinese and international public, for the first time, a comprehensive overview of contemporary Indonesian architectural practices.

With Indonesian Architecture: Tropical and Emerging, MovingCities along with Indonesian architect Danny Wicaksono, provide an insight into contemporary tropical architectural design, by focusing on what local architects have constructed, researched and learned – throughout the past decade.

mamostudio [interview] | MovingCities
mamostudio [interview] | MovingCities

Andra Matin [interview] | MovingCities
Andra Matin [interview] | MovingCities

Rumah Rumah Tanpa Pintu (Houses Without Doors) Exhibition 2011 | MovingCities
Rumah Rumah Tanpa Pintu (Houses Without Doors) Exhibition 2011 | MovingCities

Next to introducing historical depth to the discourse on contemporary Indonesian architecture – whether developed by Dutch [Hendrik Petrus Berlage (1856-1934), C.P. Wolff Schoemaker (1882-1949)], under colonial circumstances, or by American architects [Paul Rudolph (1918-1997)], prior to the 1990s recession – this 90-pages magazine introduces 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.

Complementing these architectural practices, emphasis was placed 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 – “Nqibikan Village Reconstruction” (short-listed in 2010’s Aga Khan Award for Architecture); and the Rumah Asuh’s “Preservation of the Mbaru Niang”-project (winner of the aforementioned award, in 2013), led by architect Yori Antar.

To know more about this issue, consult its Table of Contents & Colophon, read our Preface; or order《Urban Flux城市空间》volume 34 online >.
Scroll below to see a preview of the magazine.

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

《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | MovingCities Preface
《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | MovingCities Preface

'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》INDONESIA Architecture | mamostudio & Coco-building project
《Urban FLux 城市空间》INDONESIA Architecture | mamostudio & Coco-building 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 Conical Houses: WAE REBO Case Study - Rumah Asuh/Yori Antar
Preservation of the Mbaru Niang Conical Houses: 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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URBAN FLUX 城市空间 
Editorial Office – Executive Editor in Chief, Miss Lu Jun 卢军  and Executive Editor Li Yi 李逸
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INDONESIA Architecture 新兴崛起的印度尼西亚热带建筑

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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。

For further inquiries, updates, background, interviews and lectures related to
URBAN FLUX #34 Indonesia Architecture contact MovingCitiesinfo [at] movingcities [dot] org

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