Day 3: How to prevent liveability to move out of the city!

Coffee/tea at 8.45
9.00 gather at 11th floor


9.15 – 9.45
Input Lecture

Jakarta as a case study

Gde Made PanjiDiarsa

Capital Province of Jakarta
Head of Sub-Junit of Data and Information
Department of Water Ressources

Banu Syro Adityo

staff of human settlement, spatial planning and land authority DKI Jakarta

Breakout groups and discussion with the ten guests

10:15 – 10:45


Working in groups at top floor location of Rotterdam University

Develop and iterate ideas

Coachings by Andreas Mädler and Carmen Wenger (see detail plan)

12.30 – 13.30 lunch in the city

In the afternoon sketching in the city


Focus liveability


Drama and Ritual are the beat of the daily life.


Today point your focus on what people are doing!

  • Use the possibilities and means of the drawing languages!
  • What can you add by using Photoshop and making a collage with real images?
  • What can you add by digital brushes?
  • How can you lead perception by using colour, texture or even simply background?
  • What is the matter of size and scale?


Can you literally force or even bend content by playing around?


  • What is behind the scenes?
  • How can you use surprising perspective and framing to give new insights?
  • What means first action and second action in relation to your story?
  • How can you use exaggeration and theatrics?
  • What means over steering reality?
  • How about to achieving a high emotional event?
  • Keep in mind: it is all about how you see it!


A ritual is an enactment of a myth.


  • Rituals are perpetual. Religion, culture, society, music, parades and even family have or care for rituals. What tells food about rituals? What about clothes?
  • What signs can you detect in the city that derive from rituals or history from ancient times?


Bring back: at least 30 sketches from your location. Establishing shots and details, people and objects, feelings and fact, typography and phantasy …




after 16.15

Optional excursion to the port of Rotterdam