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Splow House / Delution Architect

  • 19:00 - 5 September, 2016
Splow House / Delution Architect
Splow House / Delution Architect, © Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

© Fernando Gomulya © Fernando Gomulya © Fernando Gomulya © Fernando Gomulya + 28

  • Architects

  • Location

    Tebet, Indonesia
  • Architect in Charge

    Muhammad Egha, Hezby Ryandi, Sunjaya Askaria, Fahmy Desrizal
  • Area

    120.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

  • Client

    Firman & Dissy
  • Design Team

    Indira Pramundita Setiadewi, S.Ars
  • Technical Team

    Pandu Eka Panca
  • Contractor

    CRI (Past Conclution)
  • Project Manager

    Fadlil Fikrudin, Tegar Prabasaki
  • Site Area

    90 sqm
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© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

Text description provided by the architects. As Jakarta is one of the most populous city in the world, we as the architect should find solutions when our client wants us to design a comfort house in small area with plenty of required room and limited budget. In 6 m x 15 m land area, the architect tries to make the house gets a lot of sunshine and good air circulation so the house can save the energy from lamps or air conditioners, with suitable space and budget.

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

The house with 6 m width in a dense environment in Tebet, Jakarta Selatan. Limited budget with plenty of required room make the architect create Split-Grow House concept which means a split house that can be grown or build more someday depends on client’s budget to build the house. The split concept is used to manipulate the face of the house. The house requires 3 floor height but with split concept it only seen as 2 floor height from facade. It also makes this house adjust other houses height.

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

3 floor house seems like 2 floor house from facade, make it equal to other house. Split concept makes each floor is counted as half floor, start from first mezzanine to fifth mezzanine. Each floor will be built adjust to client’s budget. For this phase, client decides to build 3 level mezzanine first, and delay 2 other mezzanine. But the architect makes its floor facade to be fully done so the house seems like completely done from the outside. From the first mezzanine to the last mezzanine are connected by one big void which is becoming the main source for natural light and air. The void also has stairs as main access of the house. With the void, people can interact and communicate directly from different floor.

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

The void that can make people interact each other from different floor. It also become the main source for natural light and air.
Beside the void for natural light and air source, the architect also makes 1 m width corridor alongside the house from front to back to be light and air alternative source, because the upper void has louvre glass. The corridor also use to placed water pump, bicycle, outdoor equipments, and also become second access for housekeeper. The architect also placed many biopore as absorption to avoid flood because the ground level lower than the street.

Diagram
Diagram

Louvre glass on the upper void as light and air resource, and side corridor as alternative resource so the house has cross ventilation. There is kitchen integrated with dining room in first mezzanine floor. To get around with limited space, the dining table made with folded style so it can be opened wide if needed. The architect also uses bottom glass under second mezzanine facade so people in first mezzanine can see if there any people coming to the house.

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

Folded table that can be opened as needed to get around with limited space.  Kitchen and dining room in first mezzanine can see through bottom glass under second mezzanine facade so people in first mezzanine can see if there any people coming to the house. Bottom glass as alternative light source and see through way from first mezzanine.

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

For the front area of the house, the architect makes the upper half of the house overstek for 2,5 m so it can cover the carport and front terrace as an outdoor area for guest. In second floor of the facade, there is a horizontal bouvenlicht as a bottom glass and air circulation for main bathroom. It also become an interesting facade element. Overstek as cover for carport and terrace. Horizontal bouvenlicht as a bottom glass and air circulation for main bathroom. It also become an interesting facade element.

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

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