Tag Archives: Residential

Robert & Mellisa House, Surabaya

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Refined Modern Tropical

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Sefval Mogalana

Understanding a client is the first step in presenting a good plan for a private residence. One example of this can be seen in the beautiful home owned by a young couple near Graha Famili in Surabaya, East Java.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (78th Edition) in 2016.

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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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Keputih Boarding House, Surabaya

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Humane, Natural and Proportionate

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Mansyur Hasan

It’s no secret that boarding houses in Indonesia have often been designed recklessly without heed to aesthetic values. A large number have been built only to maximize profit by adding rooms without considering the habitable compositions and scales. Surabaya is now home to a bioclimatic and biophilic boarding house that has been magnificently designed by Andyrahman Architect.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (78th Edition) in 2016.

Gudang Garam Residence, Jakarta

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Sanctuary in the City

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Bagus Tri Laksono

As one of the largest companies in Indonesia, PT Gudang Garam Tbk has always come up with remarkable feats since its conception in 1958 in Kediri, East Java. One of these achievements is the creation of a hotel/exclusive apartment named Gudang Garam Residence (GG Residence) which is located right behind the Gudang Garam office building in Jalan Jenderal A. Yani, East Jakarta. 

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (78th Edition) in 2016.

DRA House, Bali

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Pure Simplicity

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Mario Wibowo Photography

Unlike other holiday villas in Bali that combine the western concept of a retreat with Balinese exoticism, the DRA House in Sanur, a recent masterpiece of d-associates, is a vacation home crafted with simplicity and an understanding of the philosophy of the traditional Balinese compound, resulting in a humble abode fit for a tranquil time in the island.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (78th Edition) in 2017.

Rinjani House, Malang

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House of Perfection

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Bagus Tri Laksono

A house is a home when the comfort of its occupants is a priority. That philosophy is evident in this heritage home, which dates back more than 80 years, and has undergone conservation that has led to minor changes, none of which have made the house any less unique or appealing. The residence, located in the city centre of Malang, East Java, has been redesigned by Hidajat Endramukti with some brilliant touches and without too much alteration of its original physical condition.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (13th Anniversary Edition) in 2016.

House of Lay, Pangkal Pinang, Bangka Island

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The Pin Kong Legacy

Story by Anton Adianto | Photo by Hongki Lisstiyadi

Pangkal Pinang on Bangka Island is referred to as “Pin Kong” in some local Chinese dialects. The phrase is a portmanteau of “Pinang” and “kong”, which is Chinese for harbour. The city, which is the capital of Bangka-Belitung province, grew rapidly during the days of a lead mining rush in Kampung Air Mesu. The town boasts a long history that includes the saga of the Lay family, which emigrated from mainland China. One building that bears witness to the family’s storied history is the House of Lay.

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This article was published in the Indonesia Design magazine (13th Anniversary Edition) in 2016.