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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Small Tropic House in Tangerang, Indonesia by Herryj Architects

 
March 20th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Herryj Architects

The house was designed with an open concept, to get the need of large communal space. The livingroom, dining room, and pantry merge into one without any divider, so the volume of the rooms actually feel larger, the service area gathered on the left wing side of the house. The guest bedroom, bathroom and an access to the service area are camouflage with a wood panel, designed to reduce the impression of too many doors. a cutting laser tv panel divide and cover the view on the foyer area.

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  • Architects: Herryj Architects
  • Project: Small Tropic House
  • Location: Tangerang, Indonesia
  • Land area: 312.5m2
  • Building area: 319m2
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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large sliding doors place in some parts on the living room to allow light and breeze air enter the room when its open. The ceiling fan helps cool the air circulation, and the fish pond behind the house cool the air pressure and blow inside the house.

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The access stairs headed straight to the second floor. The second floor is private area consists with 3 bedroom and working space. a prayer room on the attic which connect vertically with a cantilevered steel staircase with wood that gives the impression of light. The house were designed, giving a clean and tidy look on the facade, dominated by strong lines, from the carpark pergola to the front door framed with local sandstone that crafted into stripes shapes. steel pipes coloumn at the entrance gives a sense of lightness, as well as wodden beams on the balcony gives rhythm tends to look and appear solid and rigid.

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

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Image courtesy Herryj Architects

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Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

Image courtesy Herryj Architects

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north elevation : Image courtesy Herryj Architects

south elevation : Image courtesy Herryj Architects

east elevation : Image courtesy Herryj Architects

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section2 : Image courtesy Herryj Architects

attic plan : Image courtesy Herryj Architects

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