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We are happy to announced that we have completed our first private villa in Bali. The project is situated at Ungasan hill, near Uluwatu. It was planned to be completed late last year but construction was delayed up to May 2017 due to some changes required by the client at late phase of construction stage. The layout of the villa is divided into three parts on three different levels utilizing the existing site contour: the entrance & service area at street (lowest) level, junior suites for children & guest at mid-level, and two-stories master suites at top of the site. The roof of the junior suites are quite a feature with green landscape to keep the view from the master area to the southern sea unobstructed. (Photo by I Putu Adi Widiantara)
We recently completed brand new restaurant called Mother Monster. Located at the 1st floor of Plaza Indonesia, the restaurant jointly-run by two F&B groups: Commongrounds Jakarta and Biko, which inspire the interior as a merge of those two strong characters. Using the shape of the plot effectively, the space divided into four-parts: open concept area, main dining, bar and alfresco, catching day to night activities inside the mall. The kitchen run by emerging chef Gloria Susindra taking western comfort food with an interesting twist. Please swing by and enjoy the place. (photo courtesy of Hans Danials of eat&treats.blogspot.co.id)
Rafael Miranti Architects will be involved in Indonesian Architects Week Seoul (IAWS). This event is complementing the UIA World Architects Congress that take place early September 2017 in Seoul. The curator of IAWS, Danny Wicaksono (studiodasar) and Defry Ardianta (ORDES) are taking the theme “Architecture and The City: Indonesian Architects, Rsponses, Approaches and Processes” created to present the effort made by 53 Indonesian architects that have taken positive role amid the development that is happening in Indonesian cities, through concept and design ideas. RMA will be represented by currently the studio’s largest project “Jatiwangi Garden”, a residential complex located in small town in West Java, that is designed in collaboration with Jakarta-based studio, moreids architects.
Petite Passport has included The Slow as one of the hot place to visit on their Bali guidebook. Pauline Egge, journalist, photographer & owner of highly-curated travelblog petitepassport.com wrote: “I’ve experienced The Slow, a new, small hotel with a restaurant so beautiful my jaw dropped when I entered. A true feast for the eye: and the belly too if you try the food!”.
We are certainly happy to hear this feedback. Check out their website through the link below. (Photo courtesy of petitepassport.com)
The Slow is featured in Vogue Living Australia. We have just got the March/April 2017 edition recently and discovered the 5-pages coverage with beautiful photos by Tommaso Riva. The client, George and Cisco Gorrow, told the writer Natalie Shukur about their vision of The Slow which they describe as Tropical Brutalism, and their collaboration with the Architect, Rieky Sunur of GFAB for the 12-room island hotel and with us for the restaurnt and bar.
We’re looking back to our first architectural project that was completed back in December 2016. We are glad that the clients has started settling in. The house is located in Permata Hijau that is characterized with big trees surrounding the area and has grown recently in urban sense with nearby high rise residential development and new roads connecting to downtown Jakarta.
We combine those on-site features with the client’s requirements for Feng Shui. Together with very clear ideas on materiality and layout, this project has been a bold foundation to build our body of work that merge function and beauty, making places for both the user and the city. (Photo by Paskal Khrisno)
Rafael Miranti Architects recently has completed the design of an exhibition booth for Allure Industries at the biggest annual trade specialist & building material event, Indobuildtech that was held at ICE BSD exhibition hall between 17 – 21 May 2017. Allure Industries is one of the big manufacturer for aluminum-based external & internal door-window solution including unitized glazing system that commonly used for high rise building. We developed a closed gallery-like experience where rooms are created connected to one another to show the range of the products, categorized from the most affordable to the most exclusive, while opening the dealing area in front act as lobby and “gathering space” for guests, customers & Allure team. The booth design also features Allure Industries’ corporate color of dark grey and yellow. (Photo by Liandro Siringoringo)
We are pleased that The Slow is featured in Monocle magazine (issue 102 Vol.11). The Slow is a 12-room boutique hotel set on the coast of Canggu, Bali. The client, George & Cisco Gorrow has been kindly inviting us to collaborate with the Architect of the hotel to design bar and restaurant located at entrance area and served as the lobby of the hotel. The space is also functioned as an extended gallery which artworks are carefully curated by George. Check them out!
We are pleased that our latest work, Honu, is featured in Manual, an independent online publication focuses on lifestyle subject that are happening in Jakarta. When it comes to providing information, Manual is widely known for its curation of the places and people. When we explore Jakarta, we occasionally looking for interesting eating or hang-out places in Jakarta through Manual too. We fancy their clean website, clear-bright photos and direct writings. Check it out! (Photo courtesy of manual.co.id)
Honu, The first Poké restaurant in Jakarta is open in South Kemang designed by Rafael Miranti Architects. The 100m2 interior project is led by managing director Margareta Miranti in close collaboration with Sashia Rosari (sors) as the product designer as well as one of the owners. The design of the restaurant features green color blocking from exterior façade to the interior and the simple use of oak plywood as ceiling and some part of wall cladding. The project is completed within tight budget and limited 40 days construction time. (Photo courtesy of manual.co.id)
Rafael Miranti Architects recently completed a restaurant as part of The Slow, a boutique accommodation in Canggu, Bali. The restaurant combines art as part of the interior feature with timber lattice as main material wraps around the facade and ceiling of the restaurant space, creating interesting change of shadow throughout the day. (Photo courtesy of The Slow)
Rafael Miranti Architects has been selected as winner for Conwood Competition 2015 with their design proposal “Krepyak House”. The competition is held by Conwood, BCI Asia & Kota Baru Parahyangan with this year competition theme “Sustainable & Inovative House”.
There were around 140 proposals for professional categories submitted on the deadline day. RMA was chosen as the winner by respectable juries consisted of Ary Indra (Aboday), David Hutama (Head of Architecture Department, Pelita Harapan University), Rina Renville (De Stijl Interior Design Consultant) & Ferry Djajaprawira (Senior Commercial Manager, Conwood Indonesia). The final presentation and the award ceremony was held at Salihara Complex, Jakarta on 14 September 2015.
Private Villa in Ungasan has commenced groundbreaking last May 2015. Local contractor CV. Adi Jaya Utama has been awarded as the builder for the project that due to complete November 2016.
Rafael Miranti Architects in collaboration with Agust Rudyanto, IAI and Farrizky Astrawinata have been selected as winner for Student Center for University of Indonesia, a competition held in August 2014. The new facility will house extensive large auditorium & proper rehearsal spaces for student activities. The prize was presented on October 2014 with improving feedbacks from the jurors as well as the student center staffs. The jurors consist of some respectable professors, amongst them are Prof. Gunawan Tjahjono & Prof. Yandi Andri Yatmo from University of Indonesia. The University of Indonesia is yet to confirm for the project continuation to construction phase.