* Residential Architecture: R-House by Budi Pradono
Posted by the editors on Thursday, 21 June 2012
Residential Architecture: R-House by Budi Pradono: “..Cooling pools of water and trees line corridors and rooms inside an Indonesian house..the two-storey R-House steps up from the street to the garden behind, where it surrounds a private terrace and swimming pool..The glazed elevations that face this rear garden are wrapped by concrete that curves from the floor around to the roof..This roof is covered by grass and punctured by holes, through which the trees emerge..Rooms inside the house are partitioned by stone walls and perforated metal screens..These screens also provide shade below skylights that cover indoor courtyards..At the lowest level of the house is a sheltered driveway that is accessed from the street and enclosed by metal gates with integrated plant pots..” Interesting form and interior volumes, materials and visual texture sensibility, interior courtyards, extensive glazing and natural light..
image: FX Bambang SN; article: Dezeen
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