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  7. Djati Lounge & Djoglo Bungalow / MINT-DS

Djati Lounge & Djoglo Bungalow / MINT-DS

  • 19:00 - 2 December, 2016
Djati Lounge & Djoglo Bungalow / MINT-DS
Djati Lounge & Djoglo Bungalow / MINT-DS, © William Kalengkongan
© William Kalengkongan

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Komp. Araya Bussines Center, Jl. Raya Panjisuroso, Purwodadi, Blimbing, Kota Malang, Jawa Timur 65126, Indonesia
  • Principal in Charge

    Felandro Madjid
  • Principal

    Rangga Indrajaya, Titis Nurabadi
  • Area

    13302.0 m2
  • Project Year

  • Project Team

    Reydi Octabontavianto, Raychie Anthonio, Bunga Yuridespita
  • Interior Designer Firm

    Ellyana Tse
  • Interior Design Team

    Widya Eltania, Stefani Meriama, Gracia Yovita
  • Contractor, Structure, M&E

    CV Bumi Megah Sejahtera
  • Lighting

    MINT-DS & Ellyana Tse
  • More Specs Less Specs
© William Kalengkongan
© William Kalengkongan

Text description provided by the architects. The project is a complex of Bungalow (Djoglo Bungalow) and Lounge (Djati Lounge) situated in the mountainous city of Malang in Eastern Java. This complex comprise of eleven bungalow that spread on the site next to the golf course and a restaurant/multifunction room. The project takes on a contemporary approach of Joglo, a traditional vernacular house of Javanese people with its roof structure that mimics the sourrounding mountain. 

© William Kalengkongan
© William Kalengkongan

The term "Joglo" is also used to refer the distinctive type of Javanese roof constructed by terracota roof tile with rising central part of roof supported by four or more main wooden columns (saka guru). The roof formed a pyramid-like structure with central part is taller and steeper.  Joglo consists of two parts; the pendopo and dalem. The pendopo is the front section of Joglo which is used to receive guests or as reception hall. The dalem is the inner sections with walled enclosure and rooms such as bedroom and kitchen. 

© William Kalengkongan
© William Kalengkongan
Plan 1
Plan 1
© William Kalengkongan
© William Kalengkongan

The use of modern material such as glass and steel have allow the dalem of a joglo a new interpretation in spatial experience. The typically solid timber wall has been replaced with glass wall allowing more connection between the interior and exterior by absorbing the view of the surrounding mountains while maintaining privacy. The use of hollowed terracota concrete on the pendopo allows the unobstructed cool breeze of the city of Malang inside the space. The traditional roof structure typically made of terracota roof tile is replaced by modern roof shingle, creating a more contemporary look.

© William Kalengkongan
© William Kalengkongan
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Djati Lounge & Djoglo Bungalow / MINT-DS" 02 Dec 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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