Generic Design Class and Workshop #04 – Writing an Essay On Architecture

OMAH LIBRARY WRITING CLASS AND WORKSHOP: ESSAYS ON ARCHITECTURE
by Robin Hartanto and Team

We invite you to join our course in this year:

1 day Writing Class and Workshop
Learning about essays on architecture
12 August 2017

The participants of this workshop will get the fundamental and practical knowledge of essays on architecture. Each participant is suggested to get the ability to write an essay at the end of workshop. The tutor will explain the BEAM (Background-Exhibit-Argument-Method) research strategy developed by Joseph Bizup. Second, the approaches of some critics taken from the book written by Alexandra Lange entitled writing about architecture.

Lecture: 10.00 am – 12.00 pm
Workshop: 13.00 am – 18.00 pm

The workshop will be divided into two sessions. In the first session, there is a presentation about introduction to essays on architecture followed by topic selection and research methods. The following second session will cover writing structure. The day is closed by discussion and sharing session.

The tuition fee is IDR 200.000,-. You will get design kit and other facilities for the course purpose including seminar book.

The course will be held in OMAH Library at The Guild, Jl. Taman Amarilis 2 Blok F2 No. 15, Meruya Utara, Tangerang. For further information please contact directly to omahlibrary.reservation@gmail.com

This course is a starting of something that we are yet to feel and see, in the team, we are dedicated to giving our best for the participants to get the maximum learning curve.

Session 1
09.00 – 12.00 Introduction to Essay on Architecture
Topic – research – outline
12.00 – 13.00 Approaches: Louise Huxtable, Herbert Muschamp, and Michael Kimmelman

Session 2
13.00 – 13.30 Break
13.30 – 16.00 Workshop and Discussion
16.00 – 18.00 Approaches: Personal Works and Feedback

About The Tutor

Robin Hartanto Honggare is a writer and curator, and, presently, a PhD student at Columbia GSAPP. His current research focuses on architecture, nationalism, and internationalism in Southeast Asia.

He curated the Indonesia Pavilion at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice (2014); “A Conservation Story,” an exhibition of Five awardees of UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation in Indonesia (2014); and the Universitas Pelita Harapan Architecture Triennial “Waktu Adalah Ruang” in Kota Tua, Jakarta (2015). He edited, among other books, Studio Talk: Home (2012), Publik dan Reklame di Ruang Kota Jakarta (2013), and Craftsmanship: Material Consciousness (2014). His writings have been published widely in both print and electronic mediums, including in the Avery Review, Jakarta Post, Historia, Griya Asri, and Remotivi. His master’s thesis research was awarded a Buell Center Fellowship (2016) and CCCP Thesis Award (2017). His essay Uncornering Speakers: On Political Speech in Singapore received the GSAPP Writing Prize.

Robin previously worked as a reseach assistant at the Office of Publications of Columbia GSAPP and at the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture; as a junior architect at Avianti Armand Studio; and as a content writer at Yahoo! Indonesia. He has taught at Universitas Pelita Harapan and Universitas Indonesia.

If you want to register yourself, please go to this link below:
Bit.ly/WinArch

 

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