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 Location: East Jakarta Land Area: 645m2 Built Area: 520m2
 Foresta house is located in BSD City, a simple modern tropical house that plays around with rectangular forms on the facade, topped with a daring 3-meter overhang canopy in the middle portion. The house makes use of synthetic wood on the wall and ceiling for tropical approach, and is paired with artificial ledge stone. Glass railings on the balcony are chosen to create a lighter, sleeker and modern sense to the house.
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 TGL House is located in Central Java and is to be the home of a couple of newly-wed. The design adopted is tropical, using lots of wood texture on its facade while adding details of modern patterned screens on the exterior and divider partitions on the interior.
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 The site of this project is much longer than it is wide hence the layout of the building is divided into two with an open space for garden and swimming pool in the middle section. The structure was intended to be as humble in height as possible, gradually rising up from the entrance all the way to the back portion of the whole complex. For its tropical approach, the house features many glass walls and windows to allow nature outside to get in, Materials used are travertine marble and solid wood for the wall, ceiling and column coverings. 
 Narada IV commenced its construction in early 2015 and was completed in mid 2016. The house incorporates combined use of synthetic wood and xiolit andesite. The long stretch of side elevation is softened with the vertical orders of sythetic wood cladding and screen, while the focal middle porch is highlighted and framed with xiolit andesite stone.