Indonesian architect Ahmad Djuhara dies at 54 due to Covid-19 complications

April 2, 2020

One of the most well-known Indonesian architects Ahmad Djuhara has died at the Infection Disease Hospital
in Jakarta due to complications brought on by Covid-19. Born in Jakarta in 1966, he studied architecture at the Parahyangan Catholic University in Bandung. He served as the chairman of the Indonesian Institute of Architects (IAI) from 2006 to 2009.

Djuhara founded the architectural firm Djuhara + Djuhara together with his wife, architect Wendy Djuhara. He won several awards, among them the IAI Award for Sugiharto Steel House in 2002 and for Wisnu and Ndari House in 2008, both of which are in Jakarta. He and his wife also received several IAI Awards for Shining Stars Kindergarten and the award-winning Tanah Teduh House, both located in Jakarta.

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