Leo House / Edha Architects

© Fernando Gomulya – Tectography

Architects: Edha Architects / Edy Hartono
Location: Kelapa Gading, , Indonesia
Project area: 240 sqm
Project year: 2009 – 2010
Photographs: Fernando Gomulya – Tectography

House In Nursery / Wahana Cipta Selaras

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Architects: Wahana Cipta Selaras
Principals: Rudy Kelana and Gerard Tambunan
Location: , Indonesia
Structure Consultant: Ricky Theo
Main Contractor: PT. Wahana Cipta Selaras
Interior: Fenny Angka
Lighting: David Liming
Project area: 300 sqm
Project year: 2007 – 2008
Photographs: Fernando Gomulya

Static House / TWS & Partners

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Architects: TWS & Partners
Location: ,
Principal in charge: Tonny W Suriadjaja
Project team: Budi Setiawan, Grace Dian, Arianto, Marcello
Client: Private
Structural engineers: Purwa
Lighting and Interior design: TWS & Partners
Landscape design: TWS & Partners
Main contractor: Tan Sie Siong
Project area: 700 sqm
Project year: 2007 – 2010
Photographs:  Fernando Gomulya

BMW International Stadium Competition proposal / Atelier Cosmas Gozali

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Atelier Cosmas Gozali (Arya Cipta Graha) shared with us their proposal for the BMW International Stadium Competition in North , , for which they received 3rd Prize. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Tan Residence / Chrystalline Artchitect

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Architects: Chrystalline Artchitect
Location: ,
Team design: Febrian A. Wijaya
Structure Consultant: Mr. Hadi Jahja
Main Contractor: PT. Globalindo Perkasa Perdana
Principal: Mr. Christophorus Jauhari
Synthetic Rattan Furniture: Trifoli Furnishing
Project area: 472 sqm
Project year: 2007 – 2010
Photographs: Chrystalline Artchitect

KCN Office / Atelier Cosmas Gozali

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Architects: Atelier Cosmas Gozali
Location: Berikat Nusantara District, Marunda, North , Indonesia
Project architect: Raymond Djohan, ST
Site Area: 5,000 sqm
Project Area: 300 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Fernando Gomulya

Split Level House / Indra Tata Adilaras


Architects: Indra Tata Adilaras
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Principal In-Charge: Setiadi Sopandi, Supantah
Assistant: Adisuwarna Setyadi
Landscape architect: Ita Burhan
Structural engineer: J. Rudyanto
Project area: 372 sqm
Project year: 2005 – 2006
Photographs: Ifran Nurdin, Griya Asri

ViGi House / Edha Architects


Architects: Edy Hartono, Edha Architects
Location: Villa Gading Indah, Kelapa Gading, Jakarta ,
Project area: 378 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of Edha Architects

Alam Family Residence / Elsye Alam


Architects: Elsye Alam
Location: , Indonesia
Client: Alam Family
Project area: 1,700 sqm
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Elsye Alam

White Box House / Indra Tata Adilaras

© Sjahrial Iqbal / Griya Asri

Architects: Indra Tata Adilaras
Location: Taman Kebon Jeruk,
Principal: Setiadi Sopandi, Supantah
Assistant: Adisuwarna Setyadi
Landscape architect: Ita Burhan
Structural engineer: J. Rudyanto
Project area: 478 sqm
Project year: 2008 – 2010
Photographs: Sjahrial Iqbal / Griya Asri

Restaurant at Greenville / DSA+s

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Architects: DSA+s
Location: Tanjung Duren Utara, , Indonesia
Principal in Charge: Suwardana Winata
Design Team: Susan Soetanto, Robby Soetanto
Client: Yeye (Ichibanya Japanese Noodle House)
Contractor: PT. Panca Putra Mandiri
Site Area: 648.7 sqm
Project Area: 148 sqm
Project Year: 2009-2010
Photographs: Courtesy of DSA+s

DMHQ office / Aboday Architects

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Architects: Aboday Architects
Location: Jakarta,
Principal: Ary Indra, Rafael David, Johansen Yap
Principal in Charge: Ary Indra
Team Member: Rafael David, Johansen Yap, Armeyn Ilyas, Wahid Annasir
Lighting Consultant: PT. Litac
Structure Engineer: In house PT. Dwamitra
Mechanical & Electrical Consultant: Team Deni_N21
Contractor: PT. Batu Kali
Site Area: 542 sqm
Building Coverage: 275 sqm
Built Up Area: 566 sqm
Project Year: 2010
Photography: Happy Lim

Studio 2 in 1 / TWS & Partners


TWS & Partners named their latest work , as it accommodates the function of a home and a studio within one place.  The studio is located in the urban setting of , amidst the semi-detached housing units that are typical of the area.  With a small site measuring 10 meter by 20 meter, the project aims to “elaborate the tropical, shaded, natural illuminated, and cross ventilation, breathing space regardless all the limitation of space.”

More images and further project description after the break.

Winners Announced for Gotong Royong City


The winners of the idea competition for the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) 2009 in collaboration with Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Architects Chapter) have just been announced.   The IABR introduced this competition to ‘explore to what extent architects, with their knowledge, skills, and imaginative powers, can contribute to solving urgent problems in contemporary society. It therefore challenges the design disciplines, using the specific expertise of architecture, to conduct “research by design” and to develop proposals, based on the Biennale’s theme’.  The theme of this year’s competition  Gotong Royong City (translated to be “mutual assistance”) is took create an “urban condition that enables diverse cultures and lifestyles to coexist….in the context of the extended metropolitan region of Jakarta.”

First prize was awarded to Jakarta Bersih!, second place was awarded to Let’s Catch the Water! Jakarta Sponge City, third place for Field Estate: A Platform for Symbiotic Urbanism, and special mentions to Ojek City: Permeable Mobility, Stitching the Strip, and Eco Gate as Border Device.

Winning project descriptions and images after the break.

Envisioning the Future of Jakarta – International Architectural and Urban Design Competition

The International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) 2009 in collaboration with Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Architects Chapter) is pleased to announce an idea competition on the theme of ‘Gotong Royong City’ in the context of the extended metropolitan region of . Three winning entries will be selected by an international jury for exhibition in the IABR 2009 and awarded prizes totaling 7,000 euros.

This competition would like to encourage architects and urban designers to research, dream, and speculate about Jakarta and its future.

WARNING! Registration closes March 14, so hurry up! You can registrate here.
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