(born in Jakarta, 1985) has gained her Bachelor and Master degree in Architecture at the University of Technology Berlin under the supervisions of Donatella Fioretti, Jean-Phillipe Vassal, Regine Leibinger and Rainer Hascher. After graduating in 2011 she worked as an architect in Hascher Jehle Architektur, Berlin, where she was responsible for the designs of several winning high-rise buildings, such as office, school and health care buildings. She also gained experiences in art and design through her works in theatre stage design and art installations in Berlin. Since 2013 she dedicated her time in working between Germany and Indonesia in developing new concepts for contemplative spaces in Jakarta, that are based on history and humanity. In December 2015 she managed to build the first temporary museum for Human Rights at the event of Recollecting Memories in Taman Ismail Marzuki Jakarta, inititated by Partisipasi Indonesia and with full supports from the National Commission for Human Rights, Jakarta Arts Council. Early 2016 she expanded her work field and moved to Indonesia to form a progressive and contemporary practice for architecture and scenography. Her mission is to contribute to the architecture and design development in her hometown through an approach that is less about style and form but more about its adaptibility to the local context, its social life and its users.
Dedicated to the human rights improvement in her hometown, she is currently working on an architecture project, dedicated to the memorialization of May 1998 Tragedy in Indonesia. Click here to learn more about this project.