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Design Attitude vs Design Method

Design Attitude vs Design Method

 

…every building has a context, and the context constitutes the form of the building….

(Thomas Fagernes, Snøhetta)

Thomas Fagernes, architect, partner/director from Snøhetta, was invited to Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) to share ideas and experiences on architecture. The architecture firm is originally based in Oslo, Norway with several branch offices in New York, Hong Kong, Innsbruck etc. The public lecture was held in Aula Timur (East Assembly Hall), the landmark building of ITB on Wednesday, 25 April 2018 at 11.30 a.m.

With a brief opening remark by dean of the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development (SAPPD), Prof. Widjaja Martokusumo, the lecture was then moderated by the chair of undergraduate program in Architecture, Aswin Indraprastha PhD. The audience consisted of students, young architects/professionals and faculty members of the Architecture Department of SAPPD ITB. This special event was part of the Nordic Road Show program in Indonesia (Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Bandung and Jakarta) and had been made possible thanks to the support of the Embassy of Nordic countries, ITB and the Municipality of Bandung.

Snøhetta, named after a mountain in Norway, has a basic philosophy of design, which was inspired by a sensitive understanding of the landscape. Fagernes, who had visited some places in Indonesia (Nias, Padang, Toraja etc.) in the 1990s, elucidated his ideas and concerns that people will always be the focus of (design) interventions. That was very clear in all the projects discussed throughout his presentation. With his concern on the nexus between people and landscape he strongly emphasizes the importance of context as follows: “…every building has a context, and the context constitutes the form of the building”. Fagernes admires the variety of cultures in Indonesia and he was greatly flabbergasted with the Aula Timur, which is considered as a well-thought design solution in regard to the functionality and the sensitive respond to regional imperatives. At the end of his speech, he also challenged the students of Architecture to always be passionately critical in understanding the context.

Kuliah Umum : Thomas Fagernes, Snøhetta (http://sappk.itb.ac.id/?p=15909)


Penghargaan Kompetisi Desain

Design Competition Winning Awards

 

2017

Faisal, B. (2017). Perancangan Masjid di Pangalengan. (Rancangan pembangunan masjid)

Faisal, B. (2017). Perancangan Masjid ITERA Lampung. (Rancangan pembangunan masjid)

Firmansyah. (2017). Penyusunan Masterplan Institut Teknologi Ambon. (Masterplan pembangunan universitas)

Firmansyah. (2017). Penyusunan Masterplan Kawasan Wisata Terpadu Maros. (Masterplan pembangunan kawasan wisata)

Tardiyana, A.D. (2017). Masterplan Transit Oriented Development di Bekasi. (Masterplan pengembangan kawasan kota)

 

2016

Kartidjo, W., (2016). Pemugaran Pasar Johar. (Rencana pemugaran kawasan setelah kebakaran)

 

2015

‘Rumah Budaya Indonesia’ Design Competition in Timor Leste
Kolaborasi Grup Peneliti Desain Arsitektur, Juara ke-1 (first winner)

 

2014

Kompleks Kedutaan Besar India, Kantor JNCC dan Sekretariat ASEAN di Jakarta
Aswin Indraprastha, Juara ke-1 (first winner)
Konsep Desain Rumah Budaya Indonesia di Timor Leste
Baskoro Tedjo, Juara ke-1 (first winner)
Penataan Kota Marisa, Gorontalo
Heru W. Poerbo, Juara ke-3 (third winner)
Penataan Kawasan Pasar Baru Jakarta, oleh IAI dan Pemprov DKI Jakarta
Woerjantari Kartidjo S., Juara ke-2 (second winner)

 

2011

Terminal Penumpang Pelabuhan Tanjung Perak Surabaya
Basauli Umar Lubis, first winner
Penataan Pusat Kota Solo
Woerjantari Soedarsono, first winner
Pra-Rancangan Masjid Kawasan Rest Area Jembatan Suramadu
Ridwan Kamil, honorary winner
Pengembangan Gedung Integrated Laboratories and Research Center, Kampus UI Depok
Basauli Umar Lubis, second winner
Kemayoran Golf Club House

Baskoro Tedjo, second winner
Master Plan dan Arsitektur Akademi Teknologi Manufaktur Indonesia, Cikarang
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winner.

 

2010

Center for Advance Studies (CAS), Center for Research and Community Services (CRCS), Center for Arts, Design and Language (CADL), Institut Teknologi Bandung.
Baskoro Tedjo, second winner
G
edung Rektorat Universitas Padjajaran Bandung
Basauli Umar Lubis
, second winner
Perancangan Bentang Lahan (Lansekap) Centrum di Kampus Universitas Indonesia Depok
Basauli Umar Lubis, first winner
Woerjantari Soedarsono, third winner

 

2009

Gedung X Fakultas Ilmu Budaya Universitas Indonesia
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, first winner
Gedung Pusat Seni Budaya dan Sekolah Seni dan Perancangan Lingkungan Universitas Indonesia
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner
Masterplan Kota Banjarmasin.
Ridwan Kamil, fourth winner
Gedung Fakultas Ilmu Komputer Universitas Indonesia
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winner
Gerbang Tol & Tempat Istirahat Jalan Tol Kanci Pejagan (PT Bakrieland Development Tbk & Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia)
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winner
Woerjantari Kartidjo & Pusat Studi Urban Design (PSUD), third winner
Gerbang Tigaraksa Tangerang
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner

 

2008

Desain New Landscape in Ex-mining Development Area Bangka Belitung Eco-Park
Woerjantari Kartidjo & Pusat Studi Urban Design (PSUD), honorary winner
Rumah Sakit Universitas Gajah Mada

Woerjantari Kartidjo, Achmad D. Tardiyana  & Pusat Studi Urban Design (PSUD), second winner

 

2007

Learning Center, Semarang Jawa Tengah
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner
Museum Tsunami Provinsi Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, honorary winner
Baskoro Tedjo, creative category award
Pengkayaan Rancangan Arsitektur dan Interior Gedung Pusdata dan Puskom Departemen PU, Jakarta
Baskoro Tedjo, honorary winner
Taman Rakyat Cimahi
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winnner

 

2006

Club House Agung Sedayu, Jakarta
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, first winner
M. Ridwan Kamil, second winner
Gerbang & Tugu Kota Baru Bandar Kemayoran (IAI DKI Jakarta)
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner
Kantor Lurah dan Camat DKI Jakarta
M. Ridwan Kamil & Ahmad D. Tardiyana, third winner
Masjid Raya Sumatera Barat
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winner
Pasir Padi Waterfront Masterplan, Bangka
Woerjantari Kartidjo & Pusat Studi Urban Design (PSUD
), second winner
Pasir Padi Waterfront Masterplan, Bangka
Ahmad D. Tardiyana & M. Ridwan Kamil, third winner
World Wild Foundation Office, Jakarta
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner
M. Ridwan Kamil, second winner

 

2005

Architecture Building, Universitas Tarumanegara
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner
Gedung Harian Suara Merdeka, Semarang
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, first winner
International Competition of Master Plan of Kunming Technology Park, China
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner
International Architectural Competition of Beijing Islamic Center, China
M. Ridwan Kamil & Ahmad D. Tardiyana, first winner
Kuningan Monorail Station, Jakarta
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner
Penataan Kawasan Jatinegara, Jakarta
Heru W. Poerbo & Pusat Studi Urban Desain (PSUD), first winner
M. Ridwan Kamil & Ahmad D. Tardiyana, third winner
Senen Redevelopment Masterplan, Jakarta
M. Ridwan Kamil & Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winner
Taman Perdamaian Nusa Dusa, BTDC Bali
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner

 

2004

Bandung Cultural Center, Kota Baru Parahyangan
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, first winner
M. Ridwan Kamil, second winner
Gerbang Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner
Museum Wayang, Jakarta Barat
Woerjantari Kartidjo & Pusat Studi Urban Design (PSUD), honorary winner
Museum Wayang, Jakarta Barat

M. Ridwan Kamil & Ahmad D. Tardiyana, honorary winner
Semarang International Golf Club
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, second winner

 

2003

Campus Center ITB, Bandung
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner
Woerjantari Kartidjo, honorary winner
‘Living with Books’ House
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, first winner
Masterplan Ibukota Gorontalo
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner

 

2002

Al Azhar Syifa Budi Parahyangan International School, Padalarang
M. Ridwan Kamil, second winner
International Competition of Desheng New Town Masterplan, Beijing
M. Ridwan Kamil, first winner
Perpustakaan Kota Malang
Ahmad D. Tardiyana, third winner
Rumah Tinggal Andonowati, Dago Resor Bandung
Baskoro Tedjo, first winner

 


Penghargaan Desain

Design Awards

 

2006

International Young Design Entrepreneur of The Year, British Council
M. Ridwan Kamil, Indonesian Representative winner

 

2002

IAI Award 2002
Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung
Baskoro Tedjo