The International Architectural Student Final Project Competition is an event carried out by the Department of Architecture, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS), to provide insight for architectural students about design, especially in their Final Project. In addition, this activity is an opportunity for students to present their design works to the public and architectural connoisseurs. Held since 2004 (before was a national competition in Indonesia), it has been attended by many universities from all provinces in Indonesia. In 2022, the Department of Architecture, ITS is committed to continuing this consistency to contribute to architecture students’ learning process in the broader community in Asia and worldwide. 


The final graduation projects of undergraduate students from Architecture or related disciplines are accepted. Graduated (or expected to graduate) from university not more than one year until the submission deadline are still allowed to participate. 


The topic of the final project is the substance of comprehensive learning at the undergraduate level. However, each Final Project Topic focuses on one of the design knowledge. Therefore, in this TA International 2022, the Final Project categorization is based on the International Union of Architects (UIA Accord):

  1. Design Studies

  • Design Theory and Method
  • Design Procedure and Process
  • Design Precedent and Architectural Criticism
  1. Social Studies

  • Needs of Society Clients, User
  • Brief of Needs, Context, Function
  • Ergonomic, Access, Equity
  • Codes, Stand Regulation
  • Architecture and Ethics, Politics, Philosophy
  1. Technical Studies

  • Structure, Material, Construction
  • Building Services
  • Innovative Building Techniques
  • Technical Process and Integration
  • Document Specifications and Cost
  1. Environmental Studies

  • Natural System/Ecology
  • Conservation and Waste Management
  • Sustainable Energy, Passive Systems
  • Resources and Landscape Plan, Urban Design
  • Natural Systems and Disaster Management
  1. Cultural and Artistic Studies

  • Historical, Cultural, Precedent (local, world)
  • Architecture and Fine Arts
  • Heritage Issues
  • Architecture and Other Creative Disciplines


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