OPPO Reno8 series: a blend of aesthetics & function

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I Nyoman Nuarta
(Source: DOK SEQARA)

Jakarta, IO – Master Architects play an important role in the rapid development of Indonesia’s expanding infrastructure. Creative ideas, thorough wisdom about construction techniques and the limitless courage to work smart have elevated Indonesian architecture to an international realm. Indonesia proudly displays prestigious architectural arts in several regions, one of which is the Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument by I Nyoman Nuarta, an iconic world-class artistic building in the great metropolis of Surabaya. 

Strikingly different, the fresh and modern revamped Banteng and Kalijodo Fields, by Gregorius Antar Awal, present an architectural design of gathering space in the middle of the crowded capital city of Jakarta. 

I Nyoman Nuarta and Gregorius Antar Awal (better known as Yori Antar) contribute to building and coloring significant national infrastructure, showcasing them as part of the “77 Portrait Anak Bangsa” campaign. Sponsoring the 77 Portrait Anak Bangsa campaign, OPPO Indonesia hosted photo and video exhibitions of all 77 figures who have contributed to Indonesian development through their knowledge and expertise. The 77 figures consist of inspirational legendary actors, directors and writers, to founders of various companies, Indonesians who share the stories of their work and contributions made to the nation, in a series of photos and video portraits. 

I Nyoman Nuarta is a distinguished sculptor, famed for designing iconic architectural works of art spread out across various regions of Indonesia. The trusted designer of the State Palace in the National Capital City (IKN), Nyoman grew up and was stimulated in a cultural and artistic environment, one which enticed him to devote his life to the world of art. 

During his education, Nyoman Nuarta secured achievements including winning the Sayembara Monumen Proklamator (a contest to design a monument). He is also involved in The International Sculpture Center, Washington, since 1998 and has been a member in good standing of The Royal British Sculpture Society London, since 1996.