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Guha is in the 50 best-houses of 2020 so far

Thank you for Archdaily we’re in the article by Victor Delaqua

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We’ve recently passed the halfway point of 2020, and to date, we’ve published hundreds of residential projects featuring distinct ways of living on ArchDaily. In a year marked by the worst health crisis that humanity has experienced in the last century, the Covid-19 pandemic, the house has gained new meanings and values, reiterating that no matter how diverse its program, a home’s purpose is to shelter its inhabitants.

Context, topography, scale, materials, budget and user desires are a range of aspects (and challenges) that define the most varied architectural solutions. It is no surprise that residential works are the most popular project category on ArchDaily. In the list below you’ll find the residences that gained the most interest, featuring the 50 most popular projects across the whole ArchDaily network during the first half of 2020.

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Earthing Silaban – Finalist of Museum Silaban Design Open Competition

 

Sayembara ini merupakan eksperimen yang dilakukan untuk memberikan optimalisasi luasan area yang terdesain dengan meletakkan desain massa di sisi yang rawan longsor yang ada di sisi batas bangunan. Lahan gudul yang menjadi lokasi merupakan bekas pertambangan pasir yang merupakan hasil perbuatan penambang yang berusaha menghasilkan keuntungan dari lokasi, mengusahakan yang terbaik yang bisa didapat untuk kepentingannya dan kesejahteraannya.

Seiring dengan perjalanan, dengan contoh di lahan ini, manusia lupa bahwa perlu ada memberi kembali pada alam sehingga lupa untuk mengembalikan apa yang sudah diambil hingga lahan itu menjadi rusak, terbengkalai dan buruk kualitasnya. Oleh karna itu desain dari Earthing Silaban berupaya mengembalikan esensi yaitu kebergunaan dari lahan menjadi hal yang penting untuk memberi makna baru dan kebergunaan baru, yang dimetaforakan dengan sama seperti legenda Tungkot Tunggal Panaluan, yaitu memaknai sebuah kejadian pilu menjadi suatu hal positif dan tidak saling menyalahkan. Bentuk dari Tungko Tunggal Panaluan ini menyiratkan bentuk massa bangunan yang memanjang yang merupakan hasil optimalisasi dari Cut and Fill lahan yang didasarkan kedalam strategi desain arsitektur yang berkelanjutan, efisien, low carbon footprint, dan meminimalisasi dampak lingkungan dengan memperbesar dampak positif dengan mengolah ruang – ruang yang positif.

Konsep perencanaan Monumen Friedrich Silaban didasarkan pada kesadaran untuk mengobati lahan yang rusak dengan prinsip utama bertitik berat pada respon bangunan yang optimal terhadap konteks dengan menyesuaikan bangunan sebagai bagian dari kontur ikut membantu menguatkan kontur berbukit di bagian belakang site, mengamankan lahan dari kemungkinan adanya longsor. Konsep perencanaan Monumen Friedrich Silaban didasarkan pada beberapa prinsip :

Prinsip pertama bertitik erat pada respon bangunan terhadap konteks tanpa merusak lingkungan, Upaya passive cooling juga dilakukan dengan menggunakan corong untuk menangkap angin. Corong berupa dinding dengan skala ketinggian yang massive agar angin terkumpul secara maksimal tanpa halangan. Selain untuk menangkap angin, dinding yang tinggi juga digunakan untuk pencahayaan alami melalui skylight. Skylight ditempatkan di antara fungsi-fungsi ruang sehingga setiap ruang mendapat akses langsung dengan pencahayaan alami.Lokalitas juga tercermin dalam pemilihan material berupa batu kapur putih.

Prinsip kedua berhubungan dengan kebermanfaatan monumen Friedrich Silaban ini terhadap masyarakat sekitar. Beberapa spot dapat digunakan untuk aktivitas publik, seperti tangga masuk yang dibuat lebar agar dapat digunakan pengunjung untuk duduk-duduk, bersantai atau bisa digunakan untuk platform aktifitas publik (pertemuan, pementasan musik, teater dan lain sebagainya

Prinsip ketiga yaitu memberikan jiwa dan karakteristik Friedrich Silaban ke dalam bangunan, menjadikan monumen Friedrich Silaban ini memiliki sifat seperti Silaban itu sendiri. Penggunaan geometri yang sederhana serta pengunaan skala yang humanistis namun monumental yang merepresentasikan kesederhanaan.

Desain dari konsep Silaban Membumi “Earthing Silaban” ini mendemonstrasikan kesederhanaan Silaban dengan reduksi arsitektur yang radikal, meredefinisikan museum sebagai ruang yang bermain dengan cahaya, kesederhanaan, ruang – ruang yang humanis namun monumental.

Sayembara ini dikerjakan di dalam waktu sekitar 4 hari, waktu yang tidak lama karena kesibukan kami, di dalam proses pengerjaan terdapat saat – saat untuk merefleksikan kembali kejernihan metodologi desain. Dan pilihan – pilihan yang muncul dan disepakati di dalam proses diskusi membuat desain dari Museum ini memberikan titik yang baru di dalam proses perencanaan yang lebih solid dan radikal.

Design Team :
Principal : Realrichsjarief
Team : Alifian Kharisma, Fakhriyah Khairunnisa, Thomas Santoso, Michael Chen, Timbul Simanjorang, Kanigara Ubazti.
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Juror :
1. Ir. Diana Kusumastuti, MT. / Direktur Bina Penataan Bangunan, Direktorat Jenderal Cipta Karya Kementerian PUPR
2. Sahat Silaban, SE / Pengagas Monumen Friedrich Silaban
3. Drs. Tonny Sihombing, M.IP / Pemerintah Daerah Kab. Humbang Hasundutan
4. Prof. Ir. Gunawan Tjahjono, IAI., M.Arc., Ph.D / Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia
5. Ir. Baskoro Tedjo MSEB,Ph.D / Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia
6. Boy Brahmawanta Sembiring, IAI, AA / Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia Sumatera Utara
7. Setiadi Sopandi, IAI., ST., M.A.rch / Penulis Buku Friedrich Silaban
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Alfa Omega Featuring in Construction + Magazine for Issue No. 14

  

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Realrich Sjarief’s profile featured in IndonesiaTatler.com

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The name Realrich Sjarief may not be familiar to the public, but he is certainly no stranger to the realm of Indonesian architecture. An architect and founder of RAW (architectural firm) is known for his honest design and prioritizes the authenticity of materials that combine uniqueness and culture. For him, the simplicity and function of a building is the main essence that must be put forward. Then what is the man behind the success of RAW Material? Here are 4 things about Realrich Sjarief.

 

Read more at: https://indonesiatatler.com/society/realrich-sjarief-arsitek-pelopor-desain-unfinished-di-indonesia

 

 

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Alfa Omega Nominated as Finalist in Fibra Awards 2019

 

See more at: https://www.fibra-award.org/en/results/the-50-finalists/

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Realrich Sjarief Interview about Experimentation, Featured on CUBES Singapore by Indesignlive

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RAW Featuring in 100+ Indonesian Architecture Firms & Emergings.

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Realrich Sjarief Interview on Practice Approach, Featured on CASA Indonesia

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OMAH Baca featuring in Kompas Minggu

 

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RAW featuring in The Jakarta Post news portal for WAF 2018

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RAW featuring in Kompas.com article for Dezeen Awards 2018

 

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RAW Architecture featuring in CASA Indonesia magazine

 

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Realrich Sjarief featuring in idea Online

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http://idea.grid.id/read/09915234/mendunia-arsitek-indonesia-ini-masuk-nominasi-dezeen-awards-2018

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RAW featured in Arredamento Architecture Turkey Magazine Issue No. 316

 

http://www.arredamentomimarlik.com/dergi/316

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Alfa Omega School featured in Detail & Architecture China

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School of Alfa Omega featured in Hinge provided by Zinio New York

Established in 1993, the founding concept of Hinge Magazine was to provide a strong focus for design with an attitude that was distinctly international. Their stories meet the expectations of today’s professional designers – newsy, dynamic and stimulating but the focus will always be directed towords design. Hinge is provided by Zinio LLC, 575 Lexington Ave,17th Floor, New York, NY, 10022, http://www.zinio.com

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School of Alfa Omega featured in Dis-up! Spain

School of Alfa Omega featured in Dis-up! Spain
Dis-up! is a spanish-based news platform that focus on architecture, interior design, design, art and technology.

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Kampono House is featuring in Archibazaar Singapore

Archibazaar is the region’s first collective online platform for architects, manufacturers, suppliers and practitioners of the architecture and construction industry.

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Realrich Sjarief on Interview with Berlogos Russia

 

The Indonesian architect, the founder of RAW Architecture, the organizer of the scholarship program and the free school of architecture OMAH, the author of the books told BERLOGOS about architecture as a cultural form, locality, general architectural education and specificity of Indonesian architecture.

– Realrich, you founded RAW Architecture in 2011, continuing the dynasty of builders in your family. Did this affect your practice?

– True, my father and my grandfather are respected construction engineers, well known for their skill. I went the other way, deciding to become an architect and creating my own architectural firm in 2011. The task of the RAW office, like many other firms, is to offer a professional product in a residential environment and improve the quality of life. But we focus on exploring the possibilities of each material and realize the importance of skill.

I take projects with which I can experiment, establish a connection using local solutions, it is always a point of growth.

– You organize a scholarship program, which annually attracts people from all over Southeast Asia, who want to study architecture from the very foundations. And you introduced a free OMAH school for young people. Personally for you, why is the architectural education of the population necessary no less than any other? What is most concerned about people, what are they more interested in?

– This is the fundamental basis in the career of the architect. I offer not only theory, but also real practice – the whole spectrum of the profession that we all love. Participants in the fellowship and fellowship program are interested in how to adapt in the rapidly changing architectural practice.

If you have seen the work of Paul Klee Versunkenheit (nach der Zeichuung), depicting a man without an ear, but with eyes, a huge nose and a mouth; then I would add a huge ear and one more detail – to be an architect, a person must have a huge heart.

I think after you get the basics and pass the internship, all you need is to believe in intuition and yourself. Your heart will follow the design.

– Does it happen that your students ask questions and try to answer them in their projects?

– Whole projects have always appeared on their own, as unique people. I ask students to rely on children’s experience or the most vivid memories (spatial or not) that they had. Then I ask you to translate it into the language of design. Form planning begins and the initial sketch begins. I put before them the main problem in the form of a site plan, and they often come up with very interesting solutions to how to design this site in accordance with their own understanding of architecture. Sometimes they are curious to develop a new language, and, I think, it’s worth knowing yourself to find your passion for design.

– What does stability mean to you? How do you interpret this term?

– First, when the design copes with a local problem and displays it in a workable urban environment. It is a viable design that can react to surrounding challenges. Secondly, sustainable design is not just an existing form of modern materials. It can adapt the strengths of the terrain, surroundings and local craftsmanship. Stable design is also able to solve any problems, whether economic or social.

For example, my project Alpha Omega from the beginning to the end exists due to the social involvement of the local community. The building determined the material that corresponds to the site and conditions. Since the site is a swamp, we raised the floor 210 cm above the ground. The object is designed with several holes, allowing the natural airflow to freely enter the room. Material for construction was found within a radius of 5 km.

– One of your projects is a bioclimatic house. What is their future? Will they be the privilege of some “elite”, or will it become the norm for all people in the world?

– This was my first project and experiment, a local solution to the housing problem. Bioclimatics means that design can support itself, like the body. For example, making holes, we can control the flow of air, which allows us to always maintain the optimum temperature inside the building. I think that to some extent such a design can be the next paradigm for the formation of a residential environment in the future. This is practically feasible and has already been used in many cases as a basis.

– You wrote Alpha: Never-Ending Discussion in Strange Architecture, which mentioned several levels of architecture and evaluation that shape our culture. Could you tell us about them in brief?

And, do you think, has the place of architecture in culture changed over time?

– I had an idea to gather thoughts to improve literacy in architecture, try to talk with young people in the OMAH library, based on the provisions of many books and lectures. One of them – “Understanding Architecture” Conway and Roenich – explains the importance of understanding the architecture, rather than its assessment. In one layer, architecture serves as an art, in the other Architecture as a form of cultural expression has not undergone major changes. Today’s architecture, especially the housing problem associated with the use and restriction of land, has raised interest in efficiency. It’s about what you can do with small spaces. The challenge is to shift project constraints through design.

– What is the role of architecture in Indonesian culture? How would you describe Indonesian architecture?

“My last project of the Alfa Omega school is probably an example of my interpretation of Indonesian architecture. Since the school is in a remote location, the construction depended on what was available on the site. It turned out that with the help of material and human resources, with bamboo, brick and steel for 4 months, you can build an object that can accommodate 1200 students.

In short, Indonesian architecture, in my opinion, is a design that depends on locality, attitudes to the specifics of the context and the specific situation of the site.

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Dancer House featuring in Archdaily Worldwide

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RAW Architecture Studio is published in Monocle

While widely used in countryside vernacular, bamboo remains underexplored in an urban setting: Jakarta architecture studio Raw is making great advances in proving its flexibility and eco-friendliness with experiments it carries out in its in-house workshop. Other than being a visual hallmark of tropical modernism, cooling …more in here

https://monocle.com/magazine/issues/106/open-house/

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Realrich Sjarief Interview on Millionaireasia Asia, August 2017

Realrich is interviewed by MillionaireAsia. The issue is about architecture movement in Indonesia and the effect of regional character driven by it’s authentic roots of craftmen, economic social, and contextual factors. MillionaireAsia is a regional multi-channel platform targeted at High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) in Asia. Over the years, we have built an extensive and fast-growing database of 140,000 millionaires in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, Japan, India, United Arab Emirates, Monaco, Russia and Australia. MillionaireAsia magazine currently publishes six localised editions: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, and Taiwan. We have a combined circulation of 60,000 and a readership of 300,000 of the richest people in Asia.

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Akanaka on iDEA Indonesia August 2017

 

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The Guild featured in Koran Tempo Indonesia, June 2017

Realrich is interviewed by Koran Tempo. He explained about The Guild and Omah Library and the dialogue or several factors embedding design process in residential design. Koran Tempo is an Indonesian newspaper in Indonesia. It is owned by PT Tempo Inti Media Harian. It was first published on April 2, 2001, with a circulation of 100,000 daily.  

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School of Alfa Omega featuring in Archdaily Worldwide

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The guild featured in REM Malaysia, May 2017

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Parabolic Plywood Office featuring in I-PLUS South Korea

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The guild featured in cover of online magazine Interiors, Russia, March 2017

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Realrich Sjarief is featured in The Emotional Impact of Architecture in Jakarta Now! Indonesia

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Parabolic Plywood Office featuring in BOB South Korea

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Parabolic Plywood Office is on Archdaily Worldwide

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Located in Alam Sutera, Tangerang, as it completed in 2016, Puncak Keemasan Group Office occupies 2.450 sqm of built area. The building is intended as office for several companies, which is a noticeable challenge in programming scheme. As part of given solution, the design proposes permeable transition to create unifying ambience with structural parabolic shape made by plywood while maintaining separation inside each chamber. Material that used as main language is plywood that covered almost all interior office. The result is jungle-like hall which connect every room with tree bookshelf and library as its main hub.

Primary concern of the design is to restrain any unecessary cost while maintain sense of playfulness and creativity.

Form of design was expressed in two main sequences. The first sequence is to convey the flow by continuous circle form of tree structured bookshelves along the path of the office. The Second sequence is the type of flow expressed through plywood ceilling placement, which creating sense of wave, thus also resulted in dynamic interior lighting. Another use of plywood is manifested in giant curvature bookshelf that also works as room partition. This bookshelf formed double curvature for a reason. The curve reversed each other vertically, like a section of double helix. This way, it has stable load point in the middle of double arch as self-supporting barrier.

The design also aims for material efficiency. By using 600 x 600 waffle module of bare plywood to cover the ceiling, gave results to its cost efficiency up to 50% to compare with normal cost. Not only as transitional element, plywood also became main form for its ceiling structure. Giant waffle is also functioned for mantling cables and pipes by the least usage of material.

Entire interior element is consistent with same porous detail; from square module bookshelf to various high for ceiling, while some part of supporting areas is using modular rectangle layout form. The detail is enhanced by low hanging edison lamp along the office, and synthetic grass carpet to heighten the jungle mood.

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The Guild is on Archinesia vol 10 Indonesia

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The Guild is featuring in BOB Magazine, South Korea

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99% Sumarah is on Archdaily Worldwide

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RAW Architecture’s Brava Casa 99 Percent Sumarah was inspired by an Indonesian form of meditation centered on the philosophy of life. Sumarah is defined as a “total surrender,” allowing the partial ego to give way to the universal self.

The practice is based on developing sensitivity and acceptance through deep relaxation of body, feelings and mind. Its aim is to create inside ourself the inner space and the silence necessary for the true self to manifest and to speak to us said the architects.

Raw Architecture’s team explained that a total surrender to life allows one to see the real beauty in the world. They added that this cycle between mind and soul is a continuous loop, which was the inspiration behind their plan for the structure.

Created with polycarbonate by Danpalon, the project is connected with steel elbow and screw bolt. By creating space within space, the architects have, in essence, created life within life by filling each box with plants or fish.

Looking at the elevation of the structure resonates with the Indonesian mountains that possess sacred meanings of human achievement. Moreover, the box-like composition was influenced by the stacking system in Indonesian temples. Ancient temples, like Borobudur and Prambanan, were formed by stacking many blocks of stone.

The best part of the structure? Its transparency. One can see through the boxes and into other forms of its life systems.

 

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Circular windows and pyramidal skylights add playful geometry to Indonesian home, The Guild is in Dezeen Worldwide

Indonesian architect Realrich Sjarief’s fondness for geometric forms is expressed in the circular and arch-shaped windows of this house and studio he designed for himself in Jakarta.

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The Guild featured on Laras Magazine Indonesia

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Istakagrha is in Archdaily

Located in Taman Meruya Ilir, West Jakarta region, Istakagrha meaning brick house,Situated in the increasingly crowded West Jakarta area, the 180 sqm house occupies a 150 sqm plot of land, 10m x 15m. Istakagrha is reflected by its name, brick House, it is a small and compact house with a orange painted color on the light weight brick, black colour , and rough concrete texture finishes.The expression creates humble and distinctive look

“We have a dream to have a house which like a villa in Bali. A house more than a functional but a place to live and grow with feel of nature, we really love staying in tranquil house” explains homeowner Mr. Ferdian Septiono and Ms. Joice Verawati Realrich Sjarief. The clients are graphic designer who are willing to have a compact sustainable house.

The architecture of istakagrha separated inside and outside with the landscape of a barrier wall made by light weight brick. The combination is stacked with pattern of solid void, which provide sense of privacy and security, meanwhile allowing sunlight and air circulation to flow inside the living room. The house faces east side allowing morning sunlight come to the space at 9 am. The stair is placed at the west side, the west side is walled with brick to provide thermal insulation. The air ventilator is placed at the west side of the house above the stair from ground to 1st floor providing fresh air circulation throught air stacking effect. The house has one open air receiving area as anteroom then no more separation wall between living, dining, and cooking which In the living room, the kitchen also takes some importance its final layout is the result of few adjustments based on the owner’s domestic habits. The only enclosed space in the ground floor is guest room, which doubles as a working space and guest bed room. A simple foyer and a light well integrated with stair, and art work is placed after the receiving area at the west side of the building. The first story houses private spaces. At the end of the corridor is 1 bedroom with shared bathroom and a walk-in closet. An simple and functional feel showering area is attached to the bathroom. The material used in this building is choosed based on the best craftmenship available in Jakarta, concrete structure is used because of the cost efficiency, engineered wood is used because of the look and lightness, metal frame for facade and sunshading are used because of durability.

3 types of brick was used based on each character. First, is light weight brick, 200 x 600 x 100 mm, for the facade. Light weight brick was chosed because of the lightness, precision and can be easily molded and constructed as facade/ Second, orange brick which is most common material used in Jakarta, The third one is the ceramic brick 50 mm x 150 mm x 10 mm which is used for covering the stair wall as insulation and interior surface. An additional bedroom, bathroom and a stair way to the attic on the 1st floor is linked by a corridor leading to an open space beside the void leading to the stairwell and stair case through compact space. Istakagrha showed an example of small house in Jakarta with small plot of land with sustainable design approach and keeping privacy from out side to inside through simple form which is stacking brick.

http://www.archdaily.com/795259/istakagrha-raw-architecture

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Labirin yang Menenangkan – The Guild is in Kompas Newspaper

The Guild is in Kompas Newspaper. The writer Fransisca Romana Ninik wrote title Labirin yang Menenangkan.

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Akanaka is published in archdaily

RAW’s work, Akanaka is published in Archdaily

“I want a residence where is comfortable, natural, and energy efficient,” said Mr. Yuwono to Realrich Sjarief when he stated the brief of Akanaka. Akanaka is located on 800 sqm lands, consists 19 serviced bedrooms, in 2 levels building with an open-air corridor. It is in Kemang, South Jakarta, a precinct where is well known as the art district.

From the facade, Akanaka’s 4.5 meters cantilevered canopy blocks the east-west sun while giving a tropical device for heavy rainfall. The orangish terracotta facade module 300 mm x 300 mm made by craftsmen at Pamulang gives a private, solid void, an expression which is functional and beauty. The balustrade is made from steel painted with brownish colour with gaps to allow cross air ventilation coming inside the building. The floor is concrete, one at the outdoor is grass block and the one inside the building is 1200 mm x 1200 mm cast concrete with glass grout.

The linear and communal courtyards are introduced at the centre of the building as a communal space, sculpture garden providing air stacking effect, and natural sunlight coming to the communal space. The size of the rooms varies from 16 sqm, 24 sqm, to 35 sqm which each of the room provide cross air circulations, functional interior design, and dual aspect window providing sunlight to the room.

Inside the building, there is much feeling of wood and concrete. The teak wood was engineered by cut into 3mm thin slices, glued on top of plywood to increase lightness, cost, and availability of teakwood. The engineered teak wood panel in module 200 x 1200 mm is hung by stainless steel pin, this construction technique allows the system to be prefabricated, dismantled, maintained whenever it is necessary. Akanaka is one of the examples of how the passive design executed in simple method opening side for air and sunlight to the building.

http://www.archdaily.com/791281/akanaka-raw-architecture

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It’s Time For A Change, on Bravacasa

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Nearly every room in this lush Jakarta home connects with the outdoors – Article for Wirawan House by Inhabitat

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An award-winning design team from Jakarta, Indonesia has breathed new life into the boxy home design. The Realrich Architecture Workshop (RAW architecture) team led by Realrich Sjarief created an airy upscale home in Indonesia called Rumah Kotak Kayu or Wooden Box House. The three-level home features immaculate wooden floors, sprawling windows, and multiple terrace gardens. The result is a unique residence that allows its owners to enjoy life inside, outside, and sometimes both at the same time.

The Jakarta-based architecture firm created the home for a client in Puri Indah, an upscale residential area of West Jakarta. Completed earlier this year, the Wooden Box House sprawls across 5,300 square feet of living space. It includes a spacious owner’s suite, multiple guest rooms, as well as a housekeeper’s suite. Nearly every interior space (except for the bathrooms) is connected to the outdoors, either directly via a private balcony or terrace with a lush green garden, or visually through floor-to-ceiling windows. The unique multi-level building shape means the terraced gardens add to the view from inside the home.

 

The architects called for five different types of locally-sourced wood to be used throughout the home’s design, both inside and out. The facade and interior ceiling are composed of dried pine wood planks of various dimensions, chosen for its durability and coloration. Iron wood reclaimed from a phinisi boat adorns the home’s floors, along with the slightly less expensive bengkirai wood, which also makes up the outdoor decking. The Wooden Box Home also features elegant teakwood in the main area bedroom, library, and foyer area. Merbau wood comprises the home’s single front door. It is the most readily available material in Jakarta, making it a sustainable option that is particularly suited to the environment because of its tolerance on expansion.

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99 Percent The Guild

99% The Guild : Open House
We Glady invited you to come to 99 PercentThe Guild : Open house, new home of RAW, Omah Library, and Residence of realrich and family .

There will be a lecture by Anas Hidayat titled 1 percent yang dinanti, about the death of the architect after the work is born and sharing of the craftsmanship process with the team involved to attract discussion and further response. We need you to RSVP because space is limited, there will be food for people who are fasting at 6 pm after the lecture.
The term 99 % is a process of almost finished which every work is always faced where 1% is left to the future, where work is occupied, changed, redefined by further need. The work of architect processed based on its expedients, alchemy, and experiments during the process of the making. Expedients are about the resources available in the process, alchemy is about the relationship along the persons inside the making, and experiments is more into the product driven by expedients and alchemy. The discussion about this work is based on this 3 category to uncover the relationship in the process of making of the guild which we are all hoping to hear, see, and learn from its 99% product and process. The process of living inside the cluster is always evolving, in this open house, but the process will be opened and shared, for critics and restless spirits just for evaluating the process and product.
invitation card will be given after RSVP because the space is limited. Thank you, see you all

Please RSVP, to book your schedule, in :
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RAW Architecture Office is in Archdaily

Situated in the increasingly crowded gated community at West Jakarta, Indonesia, the 110 sqm design architecture office “RAW architecture” occupies a 150 sqm in 375 sqm plot of land and built at the periphery and inside main house’s garage. Reflected by its name, RAW architecture office, the finishes is bare and using natural material. Size-wise it is extremely efficient, and relatively small, but its dotted exposed plywood facade combined with exposed concrete, black painted wall gives it a distinctive look yet privacy from outside the gated neighbourhood.

The office is divided by 2 main structure located at the garden and the garage of the existing house. The first structure is meeting space which made by plywood structure located at outdoor The office has one meeting room dedicated for OMAH library, which is made by plywood which housed all of the architecture books, OMAH is community based library and sometimes is used for hosting architecture talks and discussion. OMAH is made by plywood forming an arch as its geometry, This 2.4 m x 8.0 m wide span arch pavillion is made entirely from prefabricated plywood. The office was built by local craftsmen. The design was prefabricated in the workshop by creating 120 (200 mm x 400 mm x 600 mm ) boxes, and 120 leaning 3 equal trapezoid boxes for arch modulethe detail is exercised on spot by the plywood by bolt ,ring, and hand in time of 1.5 week construction.

The fabricated system is designed to be built within 2 weeks accommodating efficiency, affordability, movability as temporary structure without using many people and can be built by hand with minimum tools. You can see omah’s program in here http://www.omahlibrary.com

the second structure is working space located at the garage of the main existing house. The office space is designed based on efficiency to create intimate feeling for designers working on intense architecture projects. The working space has no receiving area, no permanent wall. A simple foyer and a big openingwith generous footwear storage- guests are to take off and store theirs there before entering-precede the lounging area. After the entrance, the separation between technical and designer also takes some importance its final layout is the result of few adjustments based on the designer and technical’s domestic habits. The only enclosed space in the first story is administration room study, which doubles as a office storage. The second story mezanine area is more private spaces to store vast material library, and some drinks for chill out time.

RAW has been arranging summer architecture fellowship program which invites 50 people per year in South East Asia to be trainee, learning skill of programming, designing space, and more is to understand the local craftsmanship available developed in the office. http://raw.co.id/summerarchitectureworkshop/
The office shows example of small home office in Jakarta tries to explore design in its space situated in very limited space in Jakarta.

RAW is like a roseto that believe on the workshop between the craftsmen and designer for having the best solution in the design, I want to create roseto that is intimate, fun and breaking the boundary to create innovation as much as we can.”
Realrich Sjarief.

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The Wood Box is featured on Laras magazine Indonesia

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Article on Architectural Criticism in Galeri, a magazine by Undip Architecture Student

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Bare Minimalist is in Rumah Hijau Book Indonesia

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Interview about RAW on Lifestyle magazine Indonesia

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Developing Indonesia via Architecture

Pencapaian seseorang tidak hanya terlihat dari seberapa banyak ia menghasilkan karya, namun juga kontribusinya untuk disiplin ilmu yang dianutnya. Lebih jauh lagi, adalah kewajiban untuk menurunkan ilmunya kepada generasi baru yang akan melanjutkan perkembangan dan menyempurnakan pengetahuan yang telah ada.
Hal inilah yang mendefinisikan seorang Realrich Sjarief: seorang arsitek kenamaan yang menjadi salah satu generasi terdepan di kalangan arsitek dan desainer tanah air. Kesibukan profesinya tidak membuatnya lupa untuk meluangkan waktu demi membagi ilmu dan pengalamannya untuk mencetak bibit-bibit arsitek unggul di masa depan.
Jalan Realrich untuk menjadi seorang dimulai sejak lulus dari Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) pada tahun 2005, ia berpraktek di beberapa biro ternama baik di dalam maupun luar negeri, antara lain Urbane Indonesia di Bandung, DP Architects di Singapore, dan Foster and Partners di London, biro yang dimiliki Lord Norman Foster, arsitek peraih Pritzker Prize sebagai penghargaan bergengsi di arsitektur.
Masa – masa belajar di ITB berperan besar dalam membentuk karakter Realrich, di mana pengalaman kuliah bersama dosen – dosen terbaik, pengalaman organisasi bersama IMA Gunadharma, dan pengalaman bersosialisasi dengan berbagai budaya yang ada di kampus membawa pola pikir dan sikap untuk selalu belajar di manapun ia berada.
Di London, ia dan timnya sempat berkolaborasi dengan Muir Livingstone, Iwona Schwedo Wilmot, dan John Blythe, associcate, partner, dan senior partner di Foster and Partners untuk mendesain beberapa bangunan seperti Masdar City dan Al-Reems Island Apartment di Abu Dhabi serta YTL headquarter di Kuala Lumpur. Realrich juga menjadi anggota afiliasi dari Royal Institute of British Architect (RIBA).
Setelah mengenyam berbagai pengalaman, ia lalu memutuskan untuk meneruskan gelar master di urban desain and development di University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia dengan studi master of urban design di bawah bimbingan Jon Lang dan James Weirick. Di sini ia berhasil lulus secara memuaskan, dan sekembalinya ke Jakarta, Realrich memberanikan diri mendirikan biro desainnya sendiri… (Lihat selengkapnya di Majalah Home Diary #012/2015)

http://homediarymagazine.com/people/2015/12/realrich-sjarief-developing-indonesia-via-architecture.html

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Arum Dalu Resort

ARUMDALU PRIVATE RESORTS is featured in Architectural Guide Indonesia published by German DOM Publishers. It shows how Arumdalu has become part of the new wave of architecture that can represent Indonesia in the world map of architecture. Together with @rawarchitecture_best we designed the first and the only eco luxury private resort in Belitung. From Indonesia to the world! So wait no longer, book your stay now and experience a resort like no other. Email us now info@arumdalubelitung.com

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An Article titled My Garden of Dreams and Memories written by Realrich Sjarief is published by Baccarat Indonesia

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