Avianti Armand


She was born in Jakarta (Jul 12, 1969), and currently lives in Jakarta

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An architect and also one of the few critical voice in Indonesian architecture. In 2009 she started her own studio, Avianti Armand Studio and has won Indonesian Institute of Architect award, for her private house, that she designed together with her husband, Terry Armand, who is also an architect. Prior to her selection as curator for the first ever Indonesian pavilion for Venice Biennale, she has curated the “Urban Settlement” exhibition, co-curated the “National Exhibition of Young Indonesian Architect” in 2010, and “Andramatin: a sequel” in 2012. She also has published a book of her architectural writings titled “Arsitektur yang lain”.1

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  BooksActually’s Gold Standard 2016
350 page(s), Math Paper Press

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