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Rani Prihatmanti, S.Sn., M.Sc. is a Assistant Professor in Universitas Ciputra. She joined Universitas Ciputra since 2013 and currently part of Architecture.
<p><strong>Rani Prihatmanti</strong> is a lecturer in the Architecture Department in the School of Creative Industry, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya, Indonesia as well as the board member of the Universitas Ciputra Centre for Creative Heritage Studies (UC.CCHS). Currently she is also a graduate research assistant while pursuing her doctorate degree in the School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia focusing on the &lsquo;sense of place&rsquo; on traditional architecture. Her research interests are focusing on interior design, culture, and symbolism. She is also interested in multi-sensory experience in the built environment, human comfort in adaptive reuse heritage buildings, ethnobotany, and traditional textiles.</p>
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Rani Prihatmanti, S.Sn., M.Sc.

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Rani Prihatmanti is a lecturer in the Architecture Department in the School of Creative Industry, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya, Indonesia as well as the board member of the Universitas Ciputra Centre for Creative Heritage Studies (UC.CCHS). Currently she is also a graduate research assistant while pursuing her doctorate degree in the School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia focusing on the ‘sense of place’ on traditional architecture. Her research interests are focusing on interior design, culture, and symbolism. She is also interested in multi-sensory experience in the built environment, human comfort in adaptive reuse heritage buildings, ethnobotany, and traditional textiles.

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