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  7. Cilandak Stackhouse / Atelier Riri

Cilandak Stackhouse / Atelier Riri

  • 20:00 - 19 September, 2017
Cilandak Stackhouse / Atelier Riri
Cilandak Stackhouse  / Atelier Riri, © William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

© William Sutanto © William Sutanto © William Sutanto © William Sutanto + 70

  • Architects

  • Location

    Cilandak, Indonesia
  • Lead Architects

    Riri Yakub, Harindra Mahutama
  • Area

    1123.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

Text description provided by the architects. Stackhouse.
When function follows form.

Sometimes changing the form can be done before planning the space, because each space is usually created over form and activities therein.  Space is created because of the form; in order for all the residential activities are covered. Indeed, it is because we live in space, not due to form. It all started from searching for formation character based on mass composition, until the building identity is generated eventually. Space flow accommodates activities flow that gives various surprises. The space definition is freed to the owners so they can adapt to their house.

© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto
Plan type B 001 - Third floor plan
Plan type B 001 - Third floor plan
© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

In one compound environment, there are four houses built. There is a compound environment existing in South Jakarta that has four beautifully composed mass formation which creates a contemporary living space.

© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto
Section A-6
Section A-6
© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

It is called Stackhouse. It is clear that the result of this composition is stacked mass. Each mass is given a different identity; so that every visual corner has many different stories, so that every atmosphere has different expressions. The mass identity is stressed by materials represent its function and beauty.

© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

In order for this house to have a contemporary identity, we consider synthetic rattan as one of the decorative elements that accommodate the functionality as well as the aesthetics.We look for a personalized weaving method as second layer to insert the natural air and also to reduce the sun heat at once. We choose rattan character and we make it as binder of the story that merges function and form together.

© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

Nowadays, modern society of Jakarta needs a more practical, efficient and fast-paced lifestyle. It is currently presented a new thing. It is a new experience that will become marker of the current era. It is the marker of habitation culture that provides a good quality of life in the future. A so-called happy family life. Be a part of Stackhouse. Then you will become a part of the new era.

© William Sutanto
© William Sutanto

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Cite: "Cilandak Stackhouse / Atelier Riri" 19 Sep 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/879574/cilandak-stackhouse-atelier-riri/> ISSN 0719-8884
© William Sutanto

堆叠住宅:藤条编织未来起居模式 Cilandak Stackhouse / Atelier Riri