Sat, Sep 23|
Crafting the Future: A Journey of Contextual Design in Sustainable Practice
Design Talks in collaboration with ADPII Bali
Time & Location
Sep 23, 2023, 6:00 PM – 6:05 PM
Kabupaten Badung, Jl. Kayu Cendana Oberoi No.1, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
About the event
Join us for an enlightening talk show that delves into the exciting realm of sustainable design. In this talk show we'll journey through contextual design, exploring how it intersects with sustainable practices to shape our future. Our speakers will share their insights, experiences, and innovative approaches, providing you with valuable knowledge and inspiration to create a more sustainable and responsible world. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the conversation and learn how design can help us build a better tomorrow.
Yohanes Arya Duta
Yohanes Arya Duta is a designer and independent researcher actively contributing in community development programs in several rural regions of Indonesia. His design mostly derived from traditional inspiration that he took during his research and implemented through many creative outlets and collaborative works. In 2022, he designed a whole tableware set to expose Indonesian craftsmanship through food diplomacy for the prominent G20 event in Bali, Indonesia.
Dian Suri Handayani
Dian Suri Handayani is the Founder and Designer at Kunang Jewelry Studio. She is an experienced jewellery designer, artist, and lecturer. She has a passion for jewellery, from its aesthetics to technical craftsmanship and research, branding, and transformative power in enhancing personal style and self-expression. She believes jewellery reflects the wearer's emotions and identity and can be accessible to all, whether high-end or everyday pieces. Dian has worked with both small boutique jewellers and globally recognized brands, showcasing her versatility and expertise.
Cokorda G.B. Suryanata
After contributing to diverse design projects in Japan, Cokorda G.B. Suryanata returned to Bali to continue his design journey. He draws inspiration from vernacular objects, materials, and techniques for his work, which spans from furniture and appliances to spatial designs. In addition to his design work, he has also made contributions to NGOs developing technology for remote regions and spearheading the product development team for a prefab company focused on sustainable, low-carbon architecture. He believes in creating meaningful connections between people, objects, and the environment through sustainable and narrative-driven design.