Anastasia Widyaningsih

Anastasia is one of the unique restless spirit what OMAH’s encountered. She brings joy into her life by cultivating her passion in urban design and architecture, and journalistic photography. She is now working in AECOM, collaborated in urban guerilla movement, a movement for improvement in our current Indonesia’s city. She is also one of the author of Beranda, a collaborative online publication written by creative women.

1. Some Place Like Home: Using Design Psychology to Create Ideal Places by Toby Israel
2. Cities for People by Jan Gehl
3. Hacking The City by Museum Folkwang
4. On the High Line: Exploring New York’s Most Original Urban Park by Annik La Farge
5. Cities in Transformation Urhahn Urban Design by Gretchen Liu
6. The Spontaneous City by Gert Urhahn
7. DPArchitects by Collin Anderson
8. Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture by Robert Venturi
9. Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard
10. The Living House by Roxana Waterson
11. Susan Sontag on Photography by Susan Sontag
12. Why We Buy by Paco Underhill
13. Apartamento by Marco Velardi
14. Walden and Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau
15. Public Spce with Roof: Passages Through (the unfinished Monument) by Tamuna Chabashvili
16. Le Corbusier by Kennteth Frampton
17. The Annotated Monalisa: A Crash course in Art history by Carol Strickland
18. The Past in The Present: Architecture in Indonesia by Peter J.M. Nas

here is the notes from the page that she is currently hosting Beranda :

Adalah tempat perempuan bercerita. Dalam sebuah sore menuju petang; mengulas hal-hal keseharian bersama keluarga, tetangga, kerabat, maupun seseorang yang sedang dekat.

Beranda adalah tempat dialog dan argumen bertemu. Tempat kompromi didiskusikan dan keraguan diutarakan. Tempat mengekspresikan pemikiran dari sudut pandang perempuan. |