Diane Wildsmith

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Years of practice


Professional organizations

  • Joined AIA in 1982


California, Indonesia, Jakarta, London, UK, United Kingdom, institutional, residential


Bachelor of Arts in Architecture BArts UC Berkeley 1977
California State Registration 1982
Msc Architecture Carnegie Mellon University 1984
Master International Policy & Practice George Washington University 2000

Academic Experience
1984-1988 King Faisal University Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Dammam, Assistant Professor
2001-present University of Indonesia Faculty of Engineering Dept of Architecture Depok Visiting Assistant Professor

Professional Experience

1991-present PT International Design Consultants Jakarta 1991-presently Commissioner
Partner Malcolm Wildsmith RIBA Director
1988-1991 Wildsmith Design Consultants, London, UK including HOK International, London
1977-1982 Ehrlich Rominger Architects – Hewlett Packard, Silicon Valley Architecture

Professional Memberships
RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects 1989-present
American Institute of Architects 1982-2005
NCARB 1985-present

Firm size: 5

Major Buildings and Projects

PT International Design Consultants, Jakarta – Business Development Various Mixed Use


IASTE UC Berkeley Essays 2002 Hong Kong, 2004 Dubai, 2006 Bangkok Recently Co-Author with James Rosenau on Deterriorialization

James Rosenau and Diane Wildsmith. “Jakarta as a Site of Fragmegrative Tensions”. Chapter 9. in eds. Ryan Bishop, John Phillips, and Wei Wei Yeo. Post-Colonial Urbanism: Southeast Asia Cities and Global Processes. (London: Routledge, 2003).