Yogyakarta-born architect who has a huge interest in world cultural heritage,
especially Indonesia and East Asia. Fani Atmanti has always been close to “traditional and
contemporary”. She has worked on many projects in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Jinan, Suzhou,
Kinmen-Taiwan, and some cities in Japan which are
mix from those traditional-contemporary elements.
DESIGN INQUIRY & COLLABORATION
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April 2022 - now
Doctoral program in World Heritage Studies (Univesity of Tsukuba )
Lab : Uekita Yasufumi Lab
Senior Designer at Sou Fujimoto Architects Tokyo (2019-2022) SFA
projects : House in Kanagawa, Tokiwabashi Torch Tower, Expo 2025 masterplan, Shenzhen Reform and Opening-Up Exhibition Hall, Kinmen County Museum and Library (competition).
Designer at Santai Furniture (Yats Coccon Project) (2019)
graduated from Master student in Tsukuba University Japan on March 2018, major in World Heritage Studies and receive 3 awards from Tsukuba university at the graduation. My research is about structural genius of Bawomataluo Village Architecture and its adaptive reuse.
Architectural intern at Kengo Kuma Architect and Associates Tokyo Office and China office (2014 and 2018) KKAA website
projects : Novartis cafe, Shanghai Shipyard Renovation, Yangcheghu Tourism Centre, Jinan Theatre (Competition), CLT Pavilion
Architect (B.Eng) graduated from Gadjah Mada Univ. (graduated 2011)
visual editor in Tepas Tandha Yekti Keraton Yogyakarta (2015 - now) kratonjogja.id/
architect at MISC Indonesia (MISC website) (2012)
internship in LABO Architecture + Design, Bandung (2009)
enrolled as OUSSEP student in Osaka University on 2009-2010 (member LABO 5, supervisor : prof. Yokota Takashi) LABO 5
Assistant Youth Leader for Indonesia Delegation in IKYEP 2012 (Indonesia Korea Youth Exchange Program) IKYEP
member of PCMI- Purna Caraka Muda Indonesia Jogja / Youth Organization (2012-current) (PCMI Jogja website)