OMO transformation bag is a collaboration work with Singaporean designer Karyn Lim and it has been selected as Tokyo Designart U30 on October 2022.
This year, OMO was exhibited for 2 days in OMO SEBUA (tawolo area) and open to public. Fani Atmanti also present in front of Bawomataluo Villages member and share her story about the idea behind OMO bag, the collaboration with Karyn Lim, and their collaboration with Bawomataluo`s wood craftsman Ama Sermon (Mustafa Nehe).
Fani Atmanti has been invited as a guest lecturer in Research Methodology class for 1st year Doctoral degree in Architecture Engineering, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia. She explained about research of her research in Indonesia vernacular architecture and rainforest settlement.
Class : Research Methodology
Date : March 14th 2023
Place : Doctoral Meeting Room (Department of Architecture Engineering UGM)
Invitation from : Prof. Ir. Tarcicius Yoyok Wahyu Subroto, M.Eng., Ph.D., IPU.
Indonesia Indigenous Knowledge : Structural Genius
Bawömataluo village, Nias Island
is currently available at Minna no Mori Media Cosmos Library, Gifu
Website link : みんなの森
Fani Atmanti will be on TEDxJakarta talk on January 29th 2022. She will be one of a speaker on Countdown talk related to climate change. Her talk will be about her daily life philosophy which is related to preserve the culture and keep the balance relationship between nature, human and spiritual life. She will also talk about one of the most finest artistic masterpiece of Indonesia vernacular traditional village.
Graduated from Gadjah Mada University in 2011, Fani later earned her Master's degree in Tsukuba University in which she received World Heritage Studies Best Paper Award. She's currently residing in Tokyo, Japan where she continues her professional career as an Architect in one of the most prestigious architecture offices in the world, Sou Fujimoto Architects. ⠀
Her book on architecture Bawomataluo village, in Nias Island, describes the structural genius, conservation methodology, and its adaptive reuse for modern life has been published into a book.⠀
More info : TEDXJakarta COUNTDOWN
6th November 2021
Exhibition start & Reception
13th November 2021
(10pm last order)
Location : SUBSTORE KOENJI TOKYO
可視 | 不可視
「可視 | 不可視」は、ファニ・アトマンティが日本各地の旅先で描いたスケッチのエキシビションである。寺社仏閣、鳥居、自然物など、神聖な場所を訪れた際のスケッチを中心に、彼女が歴史ある町を訪れた際に見た不可思議な夢について彼女なりの解釈を経て描かれたスケッチも展示する。
SEEN | UNSEEN
is a collection of Fani Atmanti freehand sketches during her journey in Japan. Mostly, they are sketches of sacred places in Japan such as shrine, gate, natural heritage and some other drawings. They are the reinterpretation of her surreal night dream when she visited some old towns in Japan.
Visual Image & Merchandise Design for International Webinars and Workshop on Javanese Culture 2021 held by The Palace of Yogyakarta
Registration : International Webinar & Workshop on Javanese Culture
Application Deadline : July 16th 2021 (8pm GMT)
1. Javanese Society Past and Present
2. Preserving Historical Objects
3. Revisiting Javanese Thinking
4. State Banquet at Kasultanan Yogyakarta during The Colonial Period
1. Javanese Cuisine
2. The Art of Janur (Coconut Leaves)
3. The Art of Banana Leaves Creation
Structural Genius book was featured in Tsukuba University`s webpage.
Please check the below link :
World Heritage Page - University of Tsukuba
Indonesia Indigenous Series 1 : Structural Genius is available at Keio University Library.
Link : Keio Univ Library