Mr. Yuswadi Saliya, an Indonesian architect and educator, graduated from the Bandung Institute of Technology (Institut Teknologi Bandung - ITB) in 1966, and was awarded a master's degree in architecture in 1975 from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, concentrating on the spatial organisation of traditional Balinese architecture. Mr. Saliya has been continuously associated as an instructor with ITB since his graduation. Currently, he is a senior lecturer in theory, criticism, and history for both the undergraduate and graduate programmes in architecture, and is the senior editor for critical analyses of important Indonesian architects prepared for the graduate programme and published by the Institute of Indonesian Architectural History (Lembaga Sejarah Arsitektur Indonesia - LSAI). Mr. Saliya presently chairs the LSAI, which was established in Bandung in 1989 and now conducts yearly national workshops to improve the ways and means of teaching history in architectural schools. Mr. Saliya is also a practising architect, and one of six founding partners in the design office PT Atelier Enam, established in Jakarta in 1969.