Budi Pradono combines contemporary and normal building methods for residence in Bali

Bamboo construction is used to emanate a formidable roof incorporating 4 chimney-like skylights during this chateau in a Balinese encampment of Kelating, designed by Indonesian designer Budi Pradono.

Budi Pradono Architects designed a Casablancka chateau for a site that slopes down towards a stream and already accommodated a tiny Javanese-style property.

The studio developed a building’s devise around a Balinese spatial concept, consisting of three graphic zones. These are organised in augmenting sequence of sanctification as they proceed a executive zen space famous as a akasa.

The akasa during this skill is a sand bed backing a square outward a categorical vital space. The architects suggested it could be used for personification pétanque – to represent a joint of eastern and western cultures of a Indonesian and French owners.

The house was envisioned as a complicated interpretation of normal Balinese buildings, such as a proxy structures called Taring, that are done from bamboo and used during special occasions or ceremonies.

“The critical thing about a Taring judgment is a subdivision between floors, walls, and roof structures, that mount exclusively though have a special attribute that is implemented in a Casablancka residence,” pronounced Pradono.

Another judgment executive to Balinese design is a aim to exist in peace with a sourroundings – as demonstrated by other new projects such as Andra Matin’s Katamama hotel and Alexis Dornier’s Roam co-living complex.

In this case, a building utilises organic materials and seeks to raise a tie between inner spaces and a surrounding nature.

“Since a building is in a pleasant paradise, all a building mass was to be built as open as probable so all a space is indeed usually tangible by a floating building and a healthy breeze can enter freely,” Pradono added.

The house’s roof facilities a bamboo structure that is unprotected internally, adding regard and a healthy fact to a upper-floor vital spaces.

The uneven pitched roof is lonesome in tiles done from flattened bamboo. It incorporates a quarrel of 4 roof lights on a west-facing slope that flue light into a interior.

“The towering figure of a building is to move a light into any opposite room,” said Pradono. “It represents a attribute between a people and a sky.”

An alfresco vital area that extends from a categorical chateau into a garden facilities a bamboo horizon and screens that can be unfurled to yield shade and remoteness if required.

A apart pavilion housing a investigate is also formed around a bamboo structure, with a section wall providing visible subdivision from a house. The remaining walls are glassy to offer a perspective of a swimming pool and a river.

The categorical chateau has a petrify and steel horizon on a belligerent floor, that contains vital areas that can be totally non-stop adult to a outdoor by lifting a rolling blinds.

Floors on both this and a top turn – that contains a lounge, dissemination space and bedrooms – are done from concrete tiles constructed by internal craftsmen. Decorative Javanese phony tiles reclaimed from 1930s colonial buildings are set into a concrete surfaces.

Furniture done regulating recycled materials from a 1940s Dutch function of Indonesia is complemented by blue and white details, with normal Javanese wooden seat reinforcing a east-meets-west concept.

Budi Pradono ranked during series 168 on a initial ever Dezeen Hot List, that ranked a recognition and newsworthiness of architects, designers, brands and institutions. The architects’s portfolio also includes a leaning house and a property with trees inside.


Project credits:

Architect: Budi Pradoni Architects
Principal architect: Budi Pradoni
Assistant architects: Arief Mubaraq, Hendrawan Setyanegara, Eka Feri Rudianto, Anggita Yudisty Zurman Nasution
Studio support: El Yanno Suminar, Ayrine Claudya Salamena, Rifandi Nugroho
Model: Daryanto
Contractor: Yudi Adnyana we Nyoman
Structural engineer: Riza Associate
Mechanical engineer: Imansyah Alwi
Project management: Rini Blanckaert
Quantity surveyor: Prayitno
Interior: Rini Blanckaert
Furniture decoration: Rini Blanckaert
Bamboo specialist: Bambang, Daryanto

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