School Hub in Indonesia

Vocational training facility

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Vocational school is designed not only for the students but also for the city. It is meant to be a new community hub for Ruteng. Its space encourages festivals and events to become a new tourism spot. Knowing that Ruteng has a lot of potentiality as explained.

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    LafargeHolcim Awards 2017 for Asia Pacific prize handover ceremony, Kuala Lumpur

    Next Generation 3rd prize winners (l-r): Danna Rasyad Priyatna, Andi Subagio and Theodorus Alryano Deotama, SASO, Jakarta, Indonesia for Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia: a school that is more than an educational facility – a hub for multiple communal activities and vocational training on the island of Flores.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    There’s an existing school on site, but it is an emergency and temporary building to accommodate teaching and learning activities. This school should come as a new standard of school and modern building in Ruteng that encourages students to learn and interact with their unique locality.

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    LafargeHolcim Awards prizewinner reception – Jakarta, Indonesia

    How does sustainable construction support the Indonesian government to improve the quality of education? Q&A session with (l-r): Daliana Suryawinata, SHAU; Andi Subagio, SASO Architecture Studio and Gunawan Tjahjono, Professor of Architecture, University of Indonesia.

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    LafargeHolcim Awards prizewinner reception – Jakarta, Indonesia

    “The Awards Lab gave us the opportunity to network with other young professionals from around the world and share concepts for improving sustainability of the built environment.” – Next Generation prize winner Andi Subagio, SASO Architecture Studio.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Data of Ruteng visitor potentiality, and self-sufficiency diagram.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Floor plan layout, and design approaches.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Ruteng potential resources to be used as potential material, which can educate people.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Batako usage, with unique pattern casting.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Bamboo possibilities and study to be applied as function hall.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Building architecture that applies locality.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    School with lots of spaces that encourage learning activities.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Classroom was designed to be multipurpose due to limited number of classrooms.

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    Vocational training facility, Ruteng, Indonesia

    Project authors (l-r): Danna Rasyad Priyatna, Andi Subagio, and Theodorus Alryano Deotama, architects, SASO, Jakarta, Indonesia.

  • Next generation Next Generation 3rd prize 2017–2018 Asia Pacific

Project for a school that is more than a mere educational facility – as hub for multiple communal activities and vocational training center in Ruteng on the island of Flores, Indonesia.

By Andi Subagio and

Ideas: Economic & Social Empowerment

The project for a teaching and learning facility in Ruteng on the island of Flores, Indonesia offers an alternative to the town’s existing temporary school barrack as well as the state’s current educational curriculum.

Instead, it proposes a school as hub for multiple activities – as community gathering space, as visitor center, as testing ground for local construction materials, as vocational training facility, and so forth. 

School Hub in Indonesia

Project authors

  • LafargeHolcim Next Generation Awards Lab 2018
    Danna Rasyad Priyatna

    SASO

    Indonesia

  • LafargeHolcim Awards 2017 for Asia Pacific prize handover ceremony, Kuala Lumpur
    Theodorus Alryano Deotama

    SASO

    Indonesia

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