Tag Archives: Intiland

The Rosebay, Surabaya

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Rooms with a View

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Bagus Tri Laksono & Intiland Doc.

Most Indonesian people still opt for a landed house for living quarters, including those in Surabaya. Given that the price of land to build comfortable housing has soared in recent years, the noted developer Intiland has come up with a brilliant solution: The Rosebay, a low-rise residence with a resort-like character and amazing design. Sitting snugly amid its natural surroundings, the compound offers the essentials for happiness to tenants. The urban dream of a luxurious house in the best location without having to empty the wallet or changing lifestyles can be realized here.

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The Rosebay, Surabaya

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Luxurious by Nature

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Bagus Tri Laksono & Intiland Doc.

As a developing metropolis, Surabaya is familiar with the problem of land scarcity, which means that a strategic location is something that is extremely hard to find. This has led to skyrocketing land prices in favoured locations, such as West Surabaya, one of the best residential areas in the capital city of East Java. Since many believe that living in a landed house is more comfortable than a vertical housing compound; Intiland has come up with its latest offering, The Rosebay, a low-rise residential compound featuring a resort ambience that is also nature-friendly.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (77thEdition) in 2016.

Sumatra 36 Apartment, Surabaya

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New Level of Tranquil Living

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Intiland & Bagus Tri Laksono

Many people believe that life in a house feels rather different to what it is like inside an apartment unit. This not only relates to the different types of building, but also to the lifestyle that living at each entails. People’s reluctance to live inside a limited, vertical space of an apartment unit was directly addressed by Intiland when they laid out the basic concept of Sumatra36, their latest upscale and low-density apartment block in Surabaya. Here, spatial and discomfort problems that might deter many from living inside an apartment block are almost non-existent.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (67th Edition) in 2015.