Type

Private commission

Program

Museology, Masterplan, Interpretive Planning, Exhibition Design, Graphic Design

Location

Indonesia

Budget

Confidential

Timeline

Confidential

Client

Confidential

Creating a sweet destination in the tropics with an unique experience. Bridging the surrounding landscapes in forming visual connections as part of the cultural learning interaction.

The tropical eco-museum is a unique destination that transform and inspire new local culture and innovations. It is designed to be accessible for all public while providing jobs for the local community.

Designed with the approach of continuity and harmony, the building brings the visitors through a holistic experience. Each station and zone is housed with intricate details that recalls the surrounding landscapes and cultural context. Visitors are able to take on different routes to experience the different processes.

The permanent exhibition caters for indoor and outdoor interactions, involving fun and innovative dialogues for the visitors. Multiple themes are crafted to showcases the different stages or production until the final packaging phase. Each with specific colours, materials as well as scenography to entice the visitors. All in all, the cultural destination brings people closer to nature by creating a deeper connection to the local contexts

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Type

Public building

Program

Mixed-use, Social and Private housing

Location

Ciwidey, Bandung, Indonesia

Budget

Undisclosed

Timeline

02/2017 – 08/2017

Client

Public school for kids with special needs

Archipelago School campus showcases the bio-diversity of the Javanese ecosystem

Archipelago School is a community-integrated campus, designed to educate the conservationists of tomorrow. Students, teachers, staff and the local community share an environment where they discover, learn and work towards living purposeful lives.

Leveraging principles of traditional Javanese architecture, Archipelago School seamlessly embeds itself into the canopy of native trees of the Javanese natural environment. The school’s diverse programs, such as art, cooking, sports, adventure, faith and performance, are separated and distributed throughout the natural surroundings to minimise the School’s impact on it’s environment.
Archipelago School campus showcases the bio-diversity of the Javanese ecosystem. Its dispersed design provides opportunities for flora and fauna to flourish within the very fabric of the campus; providing an active learning environment. Students are able to observe the cycles of life; instilling the students with open minds, hearts and a love for our natural surroundings.

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