Wildsmith, Diane

Degrees
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

Writings

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).

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