The conference will be held at ITB East Hall (for Conference) and CIBE Building (for Parallel Session) located in ITB campus at Ganesha 10, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.

ITB East Hall

The ITB East Hall is a historical building designed in 1918 by a Dutch architect, Henri Maclaine Pont. This remarkable building adopts western technology with local architecture. One of the things that attracted the attention of the building is its roof. Roof fulcrum of traditional style to make local image taken from a wide range of roof models that exist in Indonesia combined form a harmony with the style of modern European buildings. Some traditional aspects contained in the auditorium of the eastern hall is a large-span roof and wooden small ones. Ventilation settings, spaces and entrances that correspond to the tropical climate makes this building is considered quite perfect in that period. The ITB East Hall is completely unchanged from the beginning of its construction, therefore that the building has very high historical value. The shape of the building was never replaced, makes this building maintained its authenticity. Although some parts suffered minor damage because with age, the parts replaced only in moderation without changing the basic framework.

CIBE Building

The Center for Infrastructure and Built Environment (CIBE) Building was opened in 2016 to accommodates offices, seminar and classroom, and laboratory facilities for the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering. CIBE is a research center for infrastructure and built environment at the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) and it was developed under the Project Implementation Unit of Development of ITB (III) JICA Loan IP-553. CIBE is established to face the global challenges in developing a smart and sustainable infrastructure at the same time environmentally friendly. CIBE is an institution with multidisciplinary research fields which contribute to provision of qualified human resources and science & engineering development in the field of infrastructure and built environment.

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