Ridwan Kamil, architect – Saving Cities With Urban Farming

By Michael Levenston
City Farms – Ridwan Kamil is one of the biggest names in modern Indonesian architecture. As an architect with a love for green, he uses creative design to solve urban issues. He is famously known as the designer of Aceh’s tsunami museum and Rasuna Epicentrum (Jakarta). His house was made from 30,000 used Red Bull bottles. In 2009 he was received the Top Ten Business Architecture Award from BCI Asia and Architect of the Year from Elle Decor Magazine…. >> Read More<<

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One response to “Ridwan Kamil, architect – Saving Cities With Urban Farming

  1. his is an excellent explanation of how the Architects. must be made to fit in to the project by creating a formal role and responsibilities. In our organization the Architects. are frequently left floating around the periphery of a project once it is under way, without a continuing role or an ability to direct solutions or manage risks. This will be very helpful, thanks.

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