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Naufal Rofi Indriansyah

Jawa Barat, Indonesia
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About Naufal
Naufal Rofi Indriansyah is a journalist based in Jawa Barat, Indonesia.
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Temporary Urbanism

26 Feb 2018  |  Whiteboard Journal
The article discusses the phenomenon of temporary markets in Bandung, Indonesia, which emerge during festive seasons like Ramadan. These markets offer affordable clothing and have become popular among the youth, reflecting a consumer culture that thrives outside formal retail establishments. The article explores the implications of such informal economies and the concept of 'temporary urbanism', suggesting that these markets are a response to demand and represent an organic power structure that is decentralized and dispersed. It highlights the need for creative urban planning that accommodates the evolving needs and behaviors of contemporary society.

Dioscuri and the Overdose of Public Space in Bandung

03 May 2016  |  KOMPASIANA
The article discusses the concept of Dioscuri, the twin sons of Zeus, Castor and Pollux, and their association with the Gemini constellation, symbolizing duality and communication. It then connects this mythological concept to the public spaces in Bandung, drawing parallels with Walter Benjamin's critique of Parisian arcades as both a space for interaction and a symbol of consumerism. The proliferation of thematic parks in Bandung is seen as both a remedy for the lack of recreational spaces and a cause of new issues such as inadequate infrastructure and traffic congestion. The article suggests that the abundance of parks in Bandung has led to an overdose of public space, resulting in a form of consumerism similar to that of the Parisian era.

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