One Storey House Intended for Vacational Use

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    IT House is a project completed by a team comprised of the architects Adi Putra Sanjaya, Agatha Carolina, Amanda Azzahra, and Sovie Khuswa, all of whom belong to the Indonesian architectural firm andramatin in 2017. The home covers a total area of 256 square meters and is located in Bogor, a city south of Jakarta on Java Island and set against the volcanic backdrop of Mount Salak in Indonesia.

    View in galleryMain entrance with long wooden doorsView in galleryInterior view with gardens

    The home is a one-storey house built for a family who intends to use it as a weekend villa, as they spend most of their days in Jakarta. Here, they seek to enjoy the fresh air of “the rain city,” as Bogor is known, due to its high precipitation rate year-round. The home is thus designed for easy ventilation and with large green areas in order to take advantage of its privileged location to the utmost, as well as put rain preservation techniques to use. For its façade, the concrete was board formed, a process that gives the concrete surfaces the texture of wood grain.

    View in galleryModern concrete structureView in galleryRoofed terrace with raw wooden floorsView in galleryModern gardens with concrete wallsView in galleryTV area in a retro styleView in galleryRetro dining room in wood with a terrace

    Though the home is distributed across only one level, the master bedroom is elevated 1 meter off the ground in order to provide shade for an open terrace that stands beneath it.

    View in galleryRoom with a terraceView in galleryMinimalist bathroom with wooden floors and wallsView in galleryView in galleryView in galleryView in galleryView in galleryView in gallery

    Main entrance with long wooden doors

    Interior view with gardens

    Modern concrete structure

    Roofed terrace with raw wooden floors

    Modern gardens with concrete walls

    TV area in a retro style

    Retro dining room in wood with a terrace

    Room with a terrace

    Minimalist bathroom with wooden floors and walls

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    Source: Decor
    One Storey House Intended for Vacational Use

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