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).
OMO bag created by Fani Atmanti and Karyn Lim was mentioned on Channels News Asia article.
left : OMO (brown version)
right : transformation bag by Karyn Lim
Tepas Tandha Yekti office was spotted on the Channel News Asia in the program :
ASEAN’s Next Generation Leaders (ANGeLs)
Ep 10: GKR Hayu (Indonesia)
Collaborator : Santai Furniture, Anang Saptoto,
Original Link : Channel News Asia
Date November 1st 2019
Place : PAGELARAN (Karaton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat)
Client : The Royal Court of Yogyakarta
Booklet designed for the opening of Sekaten Exhibition 2019.
32 pages fullcolor
cover : materica grey and linemaster green
content : bookpaper paper
binding : metal
production : Anang Saptoto
【TSUKU×TSUKU vol.1 つくば X はたらく】
Date & Place : March 17th 2018 at Cafe Berger, Tsukuba City
画像提供：PHOTO BY MIKI CHISHAKI
Fani Atmanti was invited to become one of the speaker in TSUKU X TSUKU event which was held on March 17th 2018 in Cafe Berger, Tsukuba City. She presented about her activities in Tsukuba University such as her research on cultural architecture in Nias Island Indonesia and its adaptive reuse, her experimental project "OMO Nias Series", her idea of Tsukuba City and she also explained how her hometown which is an old town in Java Island "Yogyakarta" influences her as a designer and architect.
After the presentations session, each presentator with some audience had a little discussion about Tsukuba City. Each group discuss about the future potential of Tsukuba City. Fani Atmanti's group thought that Tsukuba has great potential of future technology innovation and heritage cultural property but only few people have awareness to its potentials. Tsukuba Centre should be developed more to connect the hidden potential of Tsukuba City. So the idea is developing some open space in near Tsukuba Centre which invites people from Kanto area such to visit Tsukuba. The 広場／open space should be intriguing and invites youth to gather in Tsukuba Centre area.