Belajar Arsitektur #05 – Making Sense of the Senses

Hi Restless Spirit!

We invite you to OMAH program “Belajar Arsitektur” that will be held every Tuesday at 19.00 WIB.

The lecture will be presented by fellow practitioner, based on books and architectural figure study. For our 5th meeting, we will discuss 2 books from Juhani Pallasmaa, that is, the eye of the skin (1995), and The thinking Hand (2009), with Kanigara Ubaszti Putra as speaker.

The old new is the new new. Juhani Pallasmaa, The finnish architect, has been a true songbird for humane connection with architecture and the importance of the sensorial experience. Through his notable writings such as the eye of the skin (1995), The thinking Hand (2009), Embodied Image, he promotes a back-to-basic, evolutionary approach to architecture that has become 21st century revolutionary.

“Architecture is about the understanding of the world and turning it into a more meaningful and humane place.”

About the author:
Juhani Pallasmaa is one of finland’s most distinguished architects and architectural thinkers. His previous positions include: Rector of the Institure of Industrial Arts, HelsinkI; Director of the Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki, and Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Helsinki University of Technology.

The discussion will be held on:
Tuesday, 31July 2018 / 19.00 WIB
@OMAH Library

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The invitation is limited to 15 persons because of the current location is in residential area, Realrich, the home owner decided to respect the neighborhood by limiting visitor to permission-only visitation to his friends, new friends and all of new people who like to learn architecture. Every people, whom like to read or use this collection, for any purpose, are needed to call before visiting from home owner.

OMAH is a place for collection of personal books and archive, which located inside private residential owned by architect Realrich Sjarief and dentist Laurensia Yudith.

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