Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DETAILS
BIOGRAPHY

Camelia May Li Kusumo is a Senior Lecturer in School of Architecture and Building Design of Taylors University in Malaysia. She is a practitioner and an academic with more than 15 years of experience in research and practice in the fields of Architecture, Urban Design and Design Management. 

She holds a bachelor degree from Universitas Kristen Petra (Indonesia), an MSc and a PhD in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Science from Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands}. She has also extensive experience in large scale property development in Indonesia and Malaysia. Her research interest is particularly in sustainable urban design, mixed-use urban development, hospitality architecture, social housing architecture, retail architecture, transit-oriented development and urban rejuvenation. Currently, she is a member of editorial board of Journal of Advances in Civil Engineering and Sustainable Architecture.

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
(Role),(Level),(Duration)
  • Programme Director - Master of Architecture, School of Architecture, Building and Design, Faculty of Innovation and Technology, Taylor's University, 01/03/2020 to present
  • Senior Lecturer I, School of Architecture, Building and Design, Faculty of Innovative Technology, 01/09/2016 to 01/09/2020
  • Development Manager, Lendlease, Malaysia, 01/09/2015 to 31/08/2016
  • Head of Design and Planning, PT Jimbaran Hijau, Indonesia, 01/08/2012 to 01/05/2015
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Degree of Doctor, DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Netherlands
  • Master of Science in Architecture, DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Netherlands
  • Bachelor of Science in Architecture, PETRA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, Indonesia
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
(Organisation),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • Architects Regitration Bureau of the Netherlands (Bureau Architecten Register), Member, Since 2008 (International)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
(Area)
  • E-Learning (Hybrid Design Studio)
  • Tourism Planning And Development
  • Design Studies (Architecture, Urban Design)
  • Urban Planning And Management (Urban Regeneration, Urban Design, Public Space, Urban Green, Urban Behaviour Setting)
  • Urban Morphology (Space Syntax, Urban Modelling)
  • Social Housing (Public Housing, High-rise dwelling, Community development)
  • Preservation And Conservation (Urban Heritage, Urban Conservation)
  • Design Management And Professional Practice
RESEARCH INTEREST
(Research Area)
  • Sustainable urban design Mixed-use urban development Retail development Housing development Tourism property development Transit-oriented development Design management
TEACHING
(Course Title),(Level of Study),(Institution),(Month/Year)
  • Community Service Initiative, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2019)
  • Culture and Community Design Studio, Master Degree, Taylor's University (03/2019)
  • METHODS OF DOCUMENTATION AND MEASURED DRAWINGS, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (01/2017)
  • Dissertation 2, Master Degree, Taylor's University (03/2017)
  • Urban Design Studio, Master Degree, Taylor's University (09/2016)
  • Dissertation 1, Master Degree, Taylor's University (09/2016)
PUBLICATIONS
(Title of publication in APA style)
Book
2009
  • Kusumo, C. (2009). Railway Stations, Centres and Markets. The Hague: Papirozifou
Book Chapter
2006
  • Mulders-Kusumo, C. (2006). Spatial Configuration of the Area Around Delft Central Station. In F. van der Hoeven & H.J. Rosemann (Eds.), Urban Transformations and Sustainability (pp. 66-79). Delft: IOS Press
2003
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C.; Nes, A.; Read, S.A. (2003). Total‐net ‘Re‐loaded’. In Zandbelt & VandenBerg (Eds.), Werkweek Deltanet. Delft: Sieca Repro.
Article in Journals
2022
  • Salee, A., Rasoolimanesh, S. M., Kusumo, C. M. L. (2022). Tourism Impacts on Destinations: Insights from a Systematic Review of Literature, Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism.
2021
  • Tan, K. K. H., & Kusumo, C. (2021) Modern Architectural Tourism in Singapore, International Journal of Tourism Cities (DOI: 10.1108/IJTC-02-2021-0032) (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2020
  • Damayanti, R., Tampubolon, A. C., & Kusumo, C. (2020). The evaluation of city landmarks through the study of place attachment in Surabaya, Indonesia. {IOP} Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 490, 12014 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Keith Kay Hin Tan & Camelia Kusumo (2020) Designing for authenticity: the rise of ‘Bathic’ church architecture and its impact on Balinese identity and tourism, Journal of Heritage Tourism, DOI: 10.1080/1743873X.2020.1798971 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
2019
  • Srirangam, S., Kusumo. C. (2019). Centrality through the history: a discussion on space syntax and urban morphology of South Klang CIty Centre. Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Special Issue 1/2019, 1-12 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Yeoh, B., Powell, R., Kusumo, C. (2019) Revitalising an Urban Centre: Reviving Hentian Bas Klang Utara as a Centrifugal Force in Central Klang. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies. (ISI-Indexed)
     
2011
  • Kusumo, C. (2012). CRADLE TO CRADLE IN URBAN PLANNING. DIMENSI: Journal of Architecture and Built Environment, 38(1), 31-34.
     
Article in Proceeding
2019
  • Kusumo, C, Powell, C. (2019), Kaki-Lima: Why we should keep Five-Footways in the Historic Core of Klang. 7th Annual International Conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE2019), Global Science & Technology Forum. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Powell, R., Kusumo. C. (2019) Behaviour Setting Theory and the Rejuvenation of the Royal Town of Klang. Malaysia, in proceedings of 7th Annual International Conference on Architecture & Civil Engineering, Global Science and Technology Forum. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
2018
  • Robert Powell, Camelia Mayli Kusumo and Sucharita Srirangam (2018), Rethinking the Public Realm: Behavioural Settings in Malaysian Cities. In Scopus indexed proceedings of 6th International Conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE 2018), Singapore, 14th-15th May 2018. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Sucharita Srirangam and Camelia May-Li Kusumo (2018). Centrality through history: a discussion on space syntax and urban morphology of South Klang City Centre. Presented at 1st International Conference on Sustainable Urbanisation, (Eureca 2018), School of Engineering, Taylor's University Lakeside Campus, Selangor, Malaysia. 27th June, 2018.
2006
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2006). Spatial configuration study of the area around railway stations in Surabaya, Indonesia. In International Convention of Asia Scholar 4 Proceedings (ISI-Indexed)
2005
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2005). Is a railway station a ‘central’ urban place? Spatial configuration study of retail distribution pattern around railway station. In 5th International Space Syntax Symposium Proceedings volume I, (page: 201‐210). Amsterdam: Techne Press. (ISI-Indexed)
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2005). Living, Working and shopping in Delft Central Station. In Making Spaces for the Creative Economy, Congress papers 41st ISOCARP world congress. Voorburg: The Printer.
2004
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2004) Railway stations, the new centrality. In Metropolitan Planning and Environmental Issues, Proceedings of AESOP congress 2004.
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2005). Spatial configuration of the area around Delft Central Station. In M.Barke (Ed.) Approaches in Urban Morphology, Proceedings of the New Researchers Forum, ISUF symposium (page: 59‐75). Newcastle upon Tyne: Division of Geography, School of Applied Sciences, University of Northumbria. ISBN: 1861353294
2003
  • Kusumo, C, & Read, SA (2003). Building on geometries of intelligibility: planning the Leiden region as a layered movement fabric. In J Hanson (Ed.), Proceedings 4th international space syntax symposium volume 1 (pp. 18.1‐18.14). London: Space syntax laboratory. ISBN: 0‐9535456‐2‐8
  • Kusumo, C (2003). Leiden and its fine‐grained fabric. In A Petruccioli, M Stella & G Strappa (Eds.), The planned city? ISUF international conference volume III (pp. 1210‐1215) Bari: Uniongrafica Corcelli editrice.
Technical Report
2006
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C.; Van den Berg, K. (2006) Het atelier kijkt terug: procesbeschrijving ontwerpatelier As Leiden Katwijk. Ruimte en Mobiliteit, Provincie Zuid-Holland.
2005
  • Mulders‐Kusumo,C. (2005). Reweaving Delft, Spatial Analysis of urban Design Plan 'Spoorzone Delft'. Directie Programma's en Projecten, Gemeente Delft.
Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,TV,Popular Magazine)
2019
  • Building Learning Spaces for Kids from B40 Family (2019, December 22), The Star. Retrieved from https://www.thestar.com.my/
  • Taylor's Students Build Learning Spaces for Underprivileged Children (2019, December 13), Free Malaysia Today. Retrived from https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/
2018
  • Nanyang Siang Pau 13-7-2018: Students join KCR programme.
  • Oriental Daily 12-07-2018: Students from Construction and Building course propose plans to Rejuvenate Klang.
  • China Press 12-07-2018: KCR Programme sign memorandum with Taylor's University and Think City.
  • Guang Ming Daily 12-07-2018: KCR, Think City and Taylor's University sign memorandum to revive Klang.
  • SinChew Daily 12-07-2018: Transform Klang into a Tourism Scene.
  • Star Newspaper 15-2-2018: Shaping a Unique Identity from Klang's Golden Past
  • Star Newspaper 13-7-2018: Breathing New Life into Klang.
2007
  • Delft op Zondag: Station Delft is een verhaal apart, ontdekte ook Camelia Mulders-Kusumo
  • Enginering 360, 25 September 2007: TU Delft - Stationsgebied niet automatisch 'winkeltrekker'
  • Verkeerskunde, 25 September 2007: TU Delft - Stationsgebied trekt nietvanzelf winkels aan
  • Delta 28, 27 September 2017: Stationsgebied
Digital Media
2018
  • Research Insight issue 3, 10 August 2018: Know The Collaboration - the Beautification of Klang City through the Think City Collaboration.
Articles in Magazines
2008
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C.(2008). Stationsgebied niet automatisch 'winkeltrekker'. In Grondzaken in de praktijk 2. ISSN: 1876-6838
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2008) Duurzaam stedelijk weefsel van stationsgebieden. In Real Estate magazine 57 (pp. 41‐44).
2005
  • Mulders‐Kusumo, C. (2005). Creating a central urban place at Delft central station. In Nova Terra, 5 (2), p.14‐19. Hardinxveld‐Giessendam: Grafisch Bedrijf Tuijtel.
RESEARCH PROJECT
(Project title),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • Developing Assessment Indicators for Sustainable Urban Heritage Sites in Malaysia, Project Leader, 2020 to 2022 (National)
  • Climate responsive analysis: correlation between building design parameters and indoor environmental quality for low-cost high-rise housing at Lembah Subang 2 , Co-researcher, 2020 to 2021 (Taylor's University)
  • The Learning Space Research Project at PPR Lembah Subang 2, Project Leader, 2019 to 2020 (Private)
  • Malaysia 100 Year Cities (M100YC) Programme, Project Leader, 2018 to 2019 (Private)
  • Rejuvenating forgotten waterfront settlements in Malaysia, with specific reference to the Royal Town of Klang, Project Leader, 2017 to 2021 (Taylor's University)
CONSULTANCY PROJECT
(Project title),(Organisation),(Duration),(Role),(Level)
  • Production of project write-ups on a case-by-case basis; concept creation and refinement of architectural narratives on a project-by-project basis and design development for selected projects, Cipta Teguh Architects Sdn Bhd, 01/11/2018 to 31/10/2019, Consultant  (Private/Industrial Sector)
  • Spatial Analysis of Urban Design Plan 'Spoorzone Delft', Project Office - Municipality of Delft, the Netherlands, 01/01/2005 to 01/07/2005, Researcher (Government Sector)
SUPERVISION
(Title of Thesis),(Name of Candidates),(Academic Level),(Role)
COMPLETED
  • FOOD HERITAGE-MAKING & INNOVATIONS IN MALAYSIAN FOODWAYS BY FOOD TRUCKS: AN EXPLORATION STUDY IN KLANG VALLEY, MALAYSIA., AFSARA AKTER  (Co-supervisor (Internal))
ONGOING
  • ROSLIYANA PERANGIN ANGIN  (Co-supervisor (Internal))
  • GOOI LIANG JUN  (Main Supervisor)
  • ATCHARA SALEE  (Co-supervisor (Internal))
  • INNOCENT TINASHE NZIRADZEMHUKA  (Co-supervisor (Internal))
  • GIRIRAJAN ARUMUGAM  (Main Supervisor)
  • CHO KEN YING  (Main Supervisor)
  • GUO YUEYUN  (Main Supervisor)
PRESENTATION
(Title),(Event),(Date Presented),(Organiser),(Level)
ORAL PRESENTER
  • Behaviour Setting Theory and the Rejuvenation of the Royal Town of Klang. Malaysia, 7th Annual International Conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE2019),, 27/05/2019 (National)
  • Kaki-Lima: Why We Should Keep Five-Footways in the Historic Core of Klang, 7th Annual International Conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE2019), Global Science & Technology Forum., 27/05/2019 (International)
  • Centrality through history: a discussion on space syntax and urban morphology of South Klang City Centre., st International Conference on Sustainable Urbanisation (Eureca 2018), 27/06/2018 (National)
  • Rethinking the Public Realm: Behavioural Settings in Malaysian Cities, 6th International Conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE 2018), 14/05/2018 (International)
  • Spatial configuration study of the area around railway stations in Surabaya, Indonesia, International Convention of Asia Scholar 4, 01/08/2006 (International)
  • Spatial configuration study of the area around railway stations in Surabaya, Indonesia, International Convention of Asian Scholar 4 , 20/08/2005 to 24/08/2005, International Institute for Asian Studies (International)
  • Living, Working and shopping in Delft Central Station, 41st ISOCARP WORLD CONGRESS, 01/08/2005 (International)
  • Is a railway station a central urban place? Spatial configuration study of retail distribution pattern around railway station, 5th International Space Syntax Symposium, 15/07/2005 (International)
  • Spatial configuration of the area around Delft Central Station, New Researchers Forum, ISUF symposium, 02/08/2004 (International)
  • Building on geometries of intelligibility: planning the Leiden region as a layered movement fabric, 4th international space syntax symposium, 01/08/2004 (International)
  • Railway stations, the new centrality, Association of European School of Planning congress 2004, 01/07/2004 (International)
  • Leiden and its fine grained fabric, ISUF Conference, 01/08/2003 (International)
AWARDS AND STEWARDSHIP
(Name of Award/Stewardship),(Award Category),(Awarding Institution),(Year Awarded),(Type of Award)
  • Sustainable Development Goals International Innovation Award, Exhibition/Invention, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UITM), 2021 (Gold Winner)
  • Editorial Board member for the Future of Architectural Education + Practice in Malaysia, Services, Taylor's University, 2019 (Editorial Board member for Malaysian Institute of Architects)
ACADEMIC/TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTION
(Activity),(Organisation),(Duration),(Role)
  • Curriculum Restructuring Panel Member for Faculty of Architecture , Universitas Kristen Petra Indonesia, 1998 to 1999 (Member)
CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIETY
(Contribution to Society),(Duration),(Level)
  • Creating Learning Space at PPR Lembah Subang 2, in collaboration with the Ministry of Housing and Local Government and REHDA Youth, 26/08/2019 to 31/12/2019 (National)
  • Creating Learning Space at low cost flat Taman Seri Berembang Port Klang, 01/09/2018 to 31/03/2019 (National)
  • Participation in the Klang City Rejuvenation programme. This programme aims to empower citizens to participate in rejuvenating the city., 03/04/2017 to 20/07/2017 (Community)
COURSE ATTENDED
(Course Title),(Course Mode),(Date/Duration),(Level)
  • Future Thinkers- SABD Design Forum 2017, Research, 27/04/2017 to 27/04/2017
  • [IP/UTLP]Taylor's Teaching and Learning Framework, Research, 23/02/2017 to 23/02/2017
  • [IP/UTLP]Teaching & Learning Support@Intellect&Library Info Exploration (Online), Research, 15/02/2017 to 15/02/2017
  • [IP/UTLP]TEG & University Induction (Online), Research, 13/02/2017 to 13/02/2017