The Nature of Tropical Architecture in Indonesian Modernism
Setiadi Sopandi

The idea of environmental design – or loosely referred to as “tropical architecture” – is an ever-present but underlying discourse in modern Indonesian architectural history. Despite being tentative and, at times, overshadowed by other dominant issues, the quest for climate-related environmental tropical design is apparent in almost every generation of Indonesian architects.

Modern Movement, Modern architecture, Tropical architecture, Modern diaspora, Design with climate, Indonesian modern architecture.

Issue 63
Year 2020
Pages 70-75

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