Shophouses have formed our cityscape. The problem is that shophouses have no room for interactions. Ramadhoni Dwi Payana has ideas for these shophouses.
Ramadhoni Dwi Payana was born in Medan on 2 September 1978, and completed the study of architecture at Universitas Sumatera Utara in 2001. Now he is a principal consultant at Simon + Dhoni Architecture Studio which is based in Medan, as well as one of the owners of Tau Ko Medan. He won an international award in the field of architectural design in a competition held by FuturArc in 2011 with the title "Pajak USU Revitalisation". He has also won several architectural awards at the national level, including Sayembara Onduline (2015), Sayembara Conwood (2015) and The Tsunami Museum (2004). He has exhibited an installation titled “Ombus-ombus” at the National Gallery of Jakarta, exhibitions of works of architecture in Germany and in "Dialogue" Jakarta.
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