Urban Flux #34 INDONESIA Architecture Preface

URBAN FLUX magazine 《城市空间设计》VOL 34  2013年第6期 Special Report 特别报道 PREFACE 前言 INDONESIA Architecture: Tropical and Emerging 新兴崛起的印度尼西亚热带建筑 Guest-editors 客座编辑: MovingCities /Bert de Muynck & Mónica Carriço 伯德孟 和 莫妮卡·卡瑞苏 INDONESIAN Architecture: Tropical and Emerging On a random drive through many cities in Indonesia one encounters shopping malls, self-built houses, neo-Victorian villas, and mid- to high-rise buildings all in close proximity and, seemingly, all…


Urban Flux #34 INDONESIA Architecture TOC

URBAN FLUX magazine 《城市空间设计》VOL 34  2013年第6期 Special Report 特别报道 CONTENTS 目录 INDONESIA Architecture: Tropical and Emerging 新兴崛起的印度尼西亚热带建筑 Guest-edited by 客座编辑 MovingCities /Bert de Muynck & Mónica Carriço 伯德孟 和 莫妮卡·卡瑞苏 p.02 Discourse 论述 PREFACE 前言  Indonesian Architecture: Tropical And Emerging 印度尼西亚:新兴崛起的热带建筑  by MovingCities智库/ Bert de Muynck & Mónica Carriço 伯德孟 和 莫妮卡·卡瑞苏 p.12  15 Years of Progress 不断进取的15年  by Danny Wicaksono 丹尼·维克索诺 p.14 A Note…


Urban Flux #34 | INDONESIA Architecture

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…


Andra Matin | MARK magazine#44

Andra Matin Interview | Mark Magazine#44 | MovingCities

MovingCities published in the June-July 2013 issue of Mark magazine #44 an interview with leading Indonesian architect Andra Matin. He is a well-kept secret in the architecture world. A major force within contemporary Indonesian architecture, the soft-spoken man is recognized as the helmsman of a generation of independent architects, yet hardly anyone outside his native country knows his name. Locally celebrated but internationally undiscovered, Matin was one of the first Indonesian architects to establish an independent practice after the fall of Suharto in 1998. Read the full interview.