The house is built on a side garden of an old colonial style house at Cipete, South Jakarta. The client asked for a pavilion with a library and bedroom, that is reserved in style and in harmony with the main house, connected through the rear corridor.
The narrow, 6m width plot generated a thin elongated shape, with maximum openings for light and airflow to enter the building. We utilise gardens and open areas as transition and pathway to connect and unite the new building with the main house. Muted colors and cement finish materials are used to bring out the natural feel of the house, also to be well combined with client's old teakwood furnitures.