is an experimental design and research laboratory specializing in exploring digital tectonics and fabrication through the intersection of design, computation, and science. In this website, you will find about our researches,services and collections of our projects as well as a blog documenting the work of our networks.
is an architect and researcher based in Jakarta. As a Principal of Formologix Lab, He interested and explores the collaborative potential of digital design and fabrication techniques related to architecture and product design -through various modes: parametric design, scripting, and fabrication.
Dani pursued his Master of Archtiecture in digital architecture from Dessau Institute of Architecture, Bauhaus-Dessau, Germany (2008) under supervision of Mathias Del Campo (SPAN/Austria) and Daniel Dendra (anotherArchitect-Berlin). For his Bachelor of Architecture, he was graduated from Parahyangan University, Indonesia (2004).
As practitioner, he credits his early architectural experience with the practices at Larascipta Architects, collaborative experience with Daniel Dendra at anotherArchitect, Berlin, and currently worked as a digital design, modeling and fabrication consultant for several architecture offices. Recently In 2014, with 2 other young architects, Dani was appointed by KPBN as a Senior Architectural Designer of The Indonesia Pavilion for The World Expo 2015 that was held in Milan from May 2015 till the end of October 2015.
As academia, he taught design studios at Parahyangan Catholic University and currently, he actively teaches design studio, workshop and seminar at Pelita Harapan University.
investigates critical issues in architecture, design and urbanism through native and digital design. In this current time, She practices as Co-Principal of Formologix Lab as well as serving as a Certified Green Building Professional to support Formologix research on the intersection between built environment, computational techniques and building science. Beside practicing architect, She is also a lecturer and Co-Head of Urban Design and Environmental Laboratory at Universitas Tarumanegara, Jakarta, Indonesia.
She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Parahyangan University, Indonesia (2004) and pursued her Master of Architecture and Urbanism from Dessau Institute of Architecture, Bauhaus-Dessau, Germany (2008) under supervision of Prof. Dr-Ing. Andrea Haase (Wertestrukturen Büro, Dessau) and Prof. Ralf Niebergall (President of Sachsen Anhalt Architect Association).
She gained her early architectural experience with the practices at AT6 Architecture Bureau, Jakarta, urban research experience by assisted Prof. Sandi A Siregar at the urban design laboratory, Parahyangan Catholic University and collaborative experience with Daniel Dendra at anotherArchitect, Berlin.
Bondan Petra Diponegoro
Bondan studied architecture at Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia. After graduating he involved in documentation of Indonesian traditional villages revitalization funded by Directorate of Beliefs and Traditional Affairs of Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture.
in 2016, together with klokwerk studio we arrange digiFAB+, a collaborative workshop on digital fabrication and parametric design and continue the series up to now. At the Formologix, He actively collaborate with formologix since 2014 for several digital fabrication projects and researches.
He also part of founding partner of the upcoming project, “The Virtual Museum of Indonesian Ethnic Costumes”, which still in development and expected to be launched in 2019.
Michael is a young researcher and architectural designer at Formologix Laboratory. He graduated from Architecture of Universitas Tarumagara, Indonesia, and hold a Bachelor of Architecture (Sarjana Arsitektur). Prior to joining Formologix Laboratory in 2018. Michael has experienced in Architectural design internship at RAW.
Currently, Michael is interesting in digital fabricated architecture for an explorative approach to create architecture. He is active on exploring the potential of parametric design tooling and detailing as a techniques and strategy to develop architecture.
With our interest and experience working with computational tools and digital fabrication machine for several years, Formologix together with Klokwerk Studio are urging to start a collaborative activity and knowledge sharing at the hub of creative platform in the community and in the academic domain which has big potency to cultivate further discussion and intersection between computational techniques and digital fabrication with another field of
interest. This collaborative activity that we conduct to collaborate is digiFAB.
Formologix First Face
Formologix always open for people who love to collaborate and share their knowledge on how to synergize technology for further design innovation. Current formologix collaborators: