Bangka House, Jakarta


Without Boundaries

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Bagus Tri Laksono

Togetherness can be easily achieved if we have the time to see each other, but just as important is having ample space where a gathering can be held. To assemble in an uncomfortable and cramped location will definitely dampen the essence of togetherness. Designing a place of living with an emphasis on the creation of rooms to get together is one way to realize this. This modern South Jakarta house showcases how important it is to create rooms without boundaries, a quality that makes the owner and his family feel happy to live there and greets each guest with a warm welcome.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (66th Edition) in 2015.


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