Akanaka / Realrich Architecture Workshop

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Tamansari, Indonesia
  • Architect In Charge: Realrich Sjarief
  • Project Manager: Edhie Rahardja
  • Supervisor: Singgih Suryanto
  • Project Team: Bambang Priyono, Suryanaga, Maria Vania, Mukhammad Ilham, Anton Suryanto
  • M+E Engineer:: Karim
  • Site Manager: Endhang Syamsudin
  • Client: Akanaka Residence – Mr. Yuwono
  • City: Tamansari
  • Country: Indonesia
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Akanaka  / Realrich Architecture Workshop - Facade
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"I want a residence where is comfortable, natural, and energy efficient," said Mr. Yuwono to Realrich Sjarief when he stated the brief of Akanaka. Akanaka is located on 800 sqm lands, consists 19 serviced bedrooms, in 2 levels building with an open-air corridor. It is in Kemang, South Jakarta, a precinct where is well known as the art district.

Akanaka  / Realrich Architecture Workshop - Sofa, Table, Windows, Door, Beam, Chair, Column
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From the facade, Akanaka's 4.5 meters cantilevered canopy blocks the east-west sun while giving a tropical device for heavy rainfall. The orangish terracotta facade module 300 mm x 300 mm made by craftsmen at Pamulang gives a private, solid void, an expression which is functional and beauty. The balustrade is made from steel painted with brownish colour with gaps to allow cross air ventilation coming inside the building. The floor is concrete, one at the outdoor is grass block and the one inside the building is 1200 mm x 1200 mm cast concrete with glass grout.

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Floor Plan

The linear and communal courtyards are introduced at the centre of the building as a communal space, sculpture garden providing air stacking effect, and natural sunlight coming to the communal space. The size of the rooms varies from 16 sqm, 24 sqm, to 35 sqm which each of the room provide cross air circulations, functional interior design, and dual aspect window providing sunlight to the room.

Akanaka  / Realrich Architecture Workshop - Table, Chair, Beam, Windows
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Inside the building, there is much feeling of wood and concrete. The teak wood was engineered by cut into 3mm thin slices, glued on top of plywood to increase lightness, cost, and availability of teakwood. The engineered teak wood panel in module 200 x 1200 mm is hung by stainless steel pin, this construction technique allows the system to be prefabricated, dismantled, maintained whenever it is necessary. Akanaka is one of the examples of how the passive design executed in simple method opening side for air and sunlight to the building.

Akanaka  / Realrich Architecture Workshop - Windows, Door, Facade
Courtesy of Ahkamal Hakim

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Cite: "Akanaka / Realrich Architecture Workshop" 19 Jul 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/791281/akanaka-raw-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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