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Architectural Guide Indonesia

Author : Imelda Akmal
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How does the worlds fifth largest population express itself in terms of architecture? Is there any common language when it comes to planning and construction? For the past seven decades, both Indonesian and international architects have developed new ideas in order to fulfill the demands of the countrys 250 million inhabitants, in line with economic progress. Imelda Akmals Architectural Guide Indonesia presents over one hundred must-visit buildings which date from the post-independence era, starting in 1945, to the present day. This book explores buildings that still embrace traditional Indonesian architectural heritage as well as those whose design is based on practical considerations, thus offering a valuable insight into the works of emerging and established architects. In total the guide features carefully selected buildings with all salient information as to their dates of construction, architects and locality by way of QR codes.

Balinese Architecture Discover Indonesia

Author : Julian Davison
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Balinese Architecture is a step-by-step guide to the intricacies of Balinese architecture. Traditional Balinese don't live in houses in the conventional sense of the word. Instead, they divide their daily activities between a number a different pavilions which are situated within a family compound that is secluded from the outside world b a high wall Although these living arrangements may seem at first to be a fairly haphazard affair, they are actually grounded in a complex metaphysical system which provides a cosmological framework for maintaining harmonious relations between man and the rest of the universe. This Balinese guide takes a detailed look at this fascinating architectural tradition with watercolor illustrations, designs and extensive commentary.

Religion and Architecture in Premodern Indonesia

Author : Gaudenz Domenig
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In Religions and Architecture in Premodern Indonesia Gaudenz Domenig presents a new approach to the study of indigenous religions and their influence on vernacular architecture in Indonesia.

Insight Guides Indonesia Travel Guide eBook

Author : Insight Guides
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Insight Guide Indonesia is an essential guide to one of the world's last tourism frontiers, a far-flung archipelago of rainforests, volcanoes, vivid festivals and teeming cities, all brought to life through evocative photography. Our inspirational Best of Indonesia section highlights the unmissable sights and experiences, while a comprehensive Travel Tips section gives you all the practical information you need to plan your trip. Colourful magazine-style features offer a unique insight into the incomparable Balinese festivals, unique Sulawesi wildlife and colourful batik fabrics. A detailed Places section, with full-colour maps cross-referenced to the text, guides you from the jungles of darkest Borneo to the beaches of Bali, the ancient trading ports of Java and the spice islands to the primeval Papuan highlands. Insight Guide Indonesia now includes the Walking Eye app, free to download to smartphones and tablets on purchase of the book. The Indonesia app includes our independent selection of the best hotels and restaurants, plus activity, event and shopping listings. About Insight Guides: Insight Guides has over 40 years' experience of publishing high-quality, visual travel guides. We produce around 400 full-color print guide books and maps as well as picture-packed eBooks to meet different travelers' needs. Insight Guides' unique combination of beautiful travel photography and focus on history and culture together create a unique visual reference and planning tool to inspire your next adventure. 'Insight Guides has spawned many imitators but is still the best of its type.' - Wanderlust Magazine

Bibliographic Guide to Art and Architecture

Author : New York Public Library. Art and Architecture Division
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Focus on Indonesia

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Guide to British Business in Indonesia

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Balinese Architecture

Author : Julian Davison
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Balinese style villas and resorts are popping up everywhere—from Ibiza to St Barts to Singapore. But what is Balinese architecture? And why is it so popular today? Traditional Balinese houses, temples and pavilions are designed to allow man to exist in harmony with the natural forces of the universe—reflecting core Balinese beliefs about man's place in relation to the cosmos, the gods, the ancestors, and the world around him. Innovative local and Western architects have been designing resorts and villas on Bali for decades, drawing their inspiration from these local traditions. In this one-of-a-kind book, author Julian Davison provides a comprehensive guide to Balinese architectural forms, the Balinese belief system, the rituals associated with building, the materials and construction techniques, and the intricate ornamentation used. Over 100 watercolor illustrations and photographs provide a clear picture of the island's architecture as well as an eye-opening look at a culture and a people that have captivated the world's imagination.

The Architect s Guide to Design Build Services

Author : The American Institute of Architects
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The definitive resource for designer-led projects The Architect's Guide to Design-Build Servicesoffers authoritative knowledge and industry insight to architectsconsidering entry into the burgeoning practice of design-buildproject delivery. Written by architects and other professionalswith expertise in risk management, law, ethics, finance, andcontracts, this instructive guide addresses the roles architectscan assume during a design-build project, including leading theproject, acting as subcontractor, and forming a joint venture witha contractor. Developed by the AIA Design-Build Professional Interest Area,this book offers the real-world expertise of thirty industryleaders from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, who share theirexperience and know-how on such topics as: Starting out in design-build Risks and rewards of design-build delivery Succeeding in a design-build practice Design-build education Essential practice information Ethics and licensing laws State laws regulating both architects and contractors aresummarized to help busy firms bring design-build projects throughto successful completion in a variety of jurisdictions. The Architect's Guide to Design-Build Services isthe most complete, definitive resource for architects, contractors,and attorneys involved in designer-led projects.

The Architect s Guide to Developing and Managing an International Practice

Author : Bradford Perkins
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Start or grow your architectural firm with this masterful guide to international practice, featuring country-specific information for over 185 countries The Architect’s Guide to Developing and Managing an International Practice is the definitive resource for architects considering or already engaged in projects outside the United States. Offering expert guidance on every essential aspect of international expansion and management success, this comprehensive volume covers recruiting, licensing, strategic planning, current trends, emerging technologies, and more. Author L. Bradford Perkins clarifies and expands upon the major issues that architects face when they begin to explore how to enter a new international market for their services. This real-world guide is designed for young architects and architectural students thinking about working overseas, for firm leaders pursuing international projects for the first time, and for established global firms seeking to expand or refine their ongoing international practices. It includes advice drawn from dozens of conversations with leading architects who have worked in dozens of countries around the world. A must-read for architecture and design professionals wanting to successfully win and carry out work abroad, this book will help you: Plan an entry into international practice Pick the best initial or next international market for your services Sell and contract for your services Manage the financial aspects of international practice Invoice and collect what is owed to you Enhance your domestic practice with international work Understand the telecommunication, software, and technology platforms required Identify and avoid the common problems of international practice Understand how experienced global firms effectively deal with risks and issues Written by the co-founder of Perkins Eastman Architects, an international architectural firm with more than 1000 employees and work experience in over 60 countries, The Architect’s Guide to Developing and Managing an International Practice is an indispensable reference and guide for any architect planning to seek work outside the United States.

Architect s Guide to International Practice

Author : Nancy Ball
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Architectural guide to Hannover

Author : Martin Wörner
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The Architectural Guides from the tried and trusted Reimer Verlag series are readable, clearly set out and in a handy format. For all their brevity, the texts are informative and critical, a considerable achievement. These guides do not only line out the more or less famous ensembles, places, and buildings but also lead the way to little-known treasures, details, inner courts and gardens. The buildings are documented with informative texts, up-to-date photos, and ground plans. The layout according to tours of city districts, maps and detailed indices make orientation easy, even for strangers to the city.

Country Commercial Guide Indonesia

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Indonesia a Select Reading Guide in English

Author : William H. Frederick
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1995 Guide to Industrial Estates in Indonesia

Author : Richard I. Mann
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Simple Guide to Indonesia

Author : Graham Saunders
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Official Export Guide

Author : North American Publishing Company
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The Past in the Present

Author : P. Nas
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The concepts of "Indonesian architecture" and "architecture in Indonesia" are both quite difficult to pin down. For the architecture of this small country incorporates influences from many important cultures--from India, China and the Middle East to countries in the West--and is therefore extremely multifaceted. In fact, one might reasonably ask whether a "real" Indonesian architecture actually exists, even with reference to the country's vernacular work, which is highly diverse from an ethnic perspective in and of itself. The quest for an authentic Indonesian architecture has in fact been the subject of debate among architects there for many years, especially in regards to the work has been exported to other countries--in particular, its former colonizer, the Netherlands. (In fact, there is even a name for the hybrid style that originated during that era: Indische).This very nicely designed collection of illustrated essays, which features a special section of pictures and drawings of colonial architecture, provides a real sense of the diversity of building in modern-day Indonesia--while at the same time recognizing that such a perspective cannot be productive without taking history into account. With chapters on Modern Indonesian architecture, vernacular traditions, mosques, the effect of the Chinese diaspora, hybrid historic/contemporary Balinese architecture, the colonial period, Indische architecture and Art Deco and more, this publication provides an amazing overview and a long-overdue investigation of Indische work. Preface by Aaron Betsky.

Guide to the Literature of Art History

Author : Etta Arntzen
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Short Guide

Author : Indonesia. Departemen Penerangan
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