Tiyok Prasetyoadi

PDW Architects, Managing Director | Jakarta, Indonesia

About

Prasetyoadi, IAI is a professional architect and urban designer. He is the managing director of PDW Architects, one of the Core Founder of Green Building Council Indonesia. He is a professional member of IAI (Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia), PIA (Planning Institute of Australia), IAP (Ikatan Ahli Perencanaan Indonesia), associate member of SIA (Singapore Institute of Architects) and LEAD (Leadership in Environment and Development) Fellow (www.lead.org). He has also Danida Fellowship Center fellowship recipient (2012), trained in Corporate Social Responsibility; and Australian Leadership Award recipient (2009). He is architecture and city planning reviewer for City of Jakarta.

CTBUH Designated Expert

CTBUH Roles

Regional Representative, Indonesia (2010 – Present)

Awards Best Tall Building Asia Jury (2021)

Regional Representative, Indonesia, Regional Representative (2010 – Present)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2012; Shanghai 2014; China 2016)

Annual Conference, Poster Presenter, Chicago (2019)

Videos

18 September 2014

Next Level – Public Transport and Density in Metropolitan Jakarta

Jakarta, with a population of more than 10 million, has been rapidly growing since the 1970s. However, in the metropolitan area, Jabodetabek (consisting of 14...

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Research

17 October 2016

Connectivity in Future Density Indonesia Archipelago

Prasetyo Adi, Dwi Hergiawan, Achmad Zakaria & Pandu B. Siswotomo, PDW Architects

The paper will discuss about the development of Indonesia metropolitan cities. According to national census of 2010 there are 11 cities in Indonesia with population...

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Research

26 October 2015

Global Cities in a Local Context: The Case of Indonesia’s Urban Development

Prasetyo Adi & Mohammad Danisworo, PDW Architects

After independence, Indonesia has seen a stable growth since the 80’s that ended by Asian financial crisis in 1998. It was then picked up again...

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