Ahmad Djuhara was born
in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1966 and studied architecture in Parahyangan Catholic
University in Bandung, Indonesia, graduating in 1991. He has been active in the
Young Indonesian Architects Forum (AMI) since 1992, coordinating discussions,
exhibitions and book publications. He is involved in the modern Asian
Architecture Network (mAAN) and was appointed mAAN’s Indonesia Vice-Coordinator
in 2005. Mr Djuhara served the Indonesian Institute of Architects (IAI) as
Chairman of its Jakarta chapter from 2006 to 2009.
Mr. Juhara has won
several awards, among them the IAI Award for Sugiharto Steel House in
2002 and for Wisnu House in 2008, both of which are in Jakarta. He is now
practicing architecture in his firm djuhara+djuhara with wife, the architect
Wendy Djuhara, who has also received several IAI Awards for Shining Stars Kindergarten
and Tanah Teduh House, both located in Jakarta.
Museum of Handcraft Paper On-site Review Report, edited by Aga Khan Award for Architecture, 2013.
The On-site Review Report, formerly called the Technical Review, is a document prepared for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture by commissioned independent reviewers who report to the Master Jury about a specific shortlisted project. The reviewers are architectural professionals specialised in various disciplines, including housing, urban planning, landscape design, and restoration. Their task is to examine, on-site, the shortlisted projects to verify project data seek. The reviewers must consider a detailed set of criteria in their written reports, and must also respond to the specific concerns and questions prepared by the Master Jury for each project. This process is intensive and exhaustive making the Aga Khan Award process entirely unique.