Booth Designs at ARCH:ID 2022

By vira
7/26/2022

ARCH:ID 2022, which happened from 14-17 July 2022, didn’t only give its visitors more knowledge and opportunity to expand network, collaboration and business, it was also a feast to the eyes with so many aesthetic booth designs.

You've probably read our post about the event here. For now, we'd just like to feature some of the best booths at ARCH:ID 2022. They were designed by renowned and young architects, collaborating with producers of building materials, furniture and building services. And we are listing them in no particular order.

1. “Melting Iceberg”, a collaboration of Arkitekton Lima for the design, Jayaboard and BYO Living for the materials, MAW Desain, Helvar Lighting System and PT Wutuh Bersaudara for lighting. The booth is a part of Wonders of Weaving project.

2. “Rumah”, also a part of Wonders of Weaving, designed by andramatin, in collaboration with BYO Living and Sampoerna Kayoe for the materials and Erreluce for lighting.

3. “Collective Arc”, designed by K-Thengono, collaborating with BYO Living and Woodlam Indonesia for the materials, Erreluce for lighting and Lago Design for the furniture. Also a part of Wonders of Weaving.

4. Cosentino x Cadenza booth, designed by andramatin. It won Best Booth Award for 50 sqm and below category.

5. “A Space Without A Space”, designed by Quadratura Indonesia collaborating with Aplus Pacific for the materials and Indovickers Furnitama for the furniture.

6. “A Beautiful Mess”, designed by Seniman Ruang, in collaboration with Sandei, BYO Living, Erreluce, Typerfect and Antikode. Also a part of Wonders of Weaving.

7. “Fortress Europe” by Penguin water tank, designed by Budi Pradono Architects.

8. “Transient Placemaker”, designed by I Ketut Dirgantara and Yuni Utami of DDAP Architect, Rendy Hendrawan and Zefanya Fajrakumaro, initially for Indonesian Pavilion in La Biennale Venezia 2021. The booth is a collaboration with Bamboo Pure, VIVERE, Fatro LED, EPSON and Lysaght.

9. “Rethinking The Coffee Shop”, designed by Bitte Design Studio, collaborating with BYO Living, Roots Laboratory for carpentry and Erreluce. Coffee was provided by Ilgi Coffee for a few coffee sessions.

10. “Beringin”, designed by the curators of the whole exhibition, Ary Indra, Hermawan Dashmanto and Doni Dwipayana of IAI.

11. Ibuku Studio’s booth in collaboration with Bamboo Pure Bali.

12. “Paradoxical in Architecture”, designed by RAD+ar, materials by Mulia Glass Block.

Which one is your favourite? Or any comment on these booths? Do tell us in the Comments below.

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