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6. 7.

Prologue

Tanah Teduh is a residential project aiming to emphasize


Indonesian contemporary architecture. As a pilot project,
the project exists to answer the needs of the developer,
architects and end users by focusing widely on its aesthetics
and function equally. Headed by prominent Indonesian
architect, Andra Matin as principle architect, Tanah Teduh
was established to find a riveting solution to everyday living
by gathering nine like-minded architects to visually design
a building that is defined by its pre-existing environment.
It further encourages an amiable living experience on
the grounds of an honest and unobtrusive living space
enveloped by a healthy distribution of sunlight,
open ventilation and existing tree plots.

Tanah Teduhs reactive architecture adapts dynamically to the contours of its


land, one may in fact find the existence of a tree plot inside the living space as the
result of keeping the natural element intact and unchanged. Its basic efforts in
keeping the environment together are apparent through the preservation of the
lake that is used well to manage wastewater and become a dam for rain water.
In its essence, the project idealizes an environment where energy is used to its
minimum, and further promotes a balance of living efficiently.

I hope Tanah Teduh will be a source of inspiration and a project that Indonesia
could be proud of as explained by developer, Ronald Akili. Tanah Teduh honors
the work of nine admirable Indonesian architects, with their distinct architectural
styles that combines the enrooted principle of modern architecture to support the
aesthetics of concrete, wood, water, light, space and nature, promoting a sense
of place and meaning to its resident. Its stark architecture among the lush green
vegetation further reflects the architects vision to further engage the residents
with the sensibilities of Indonesian contemporary architecture.
8. 9.

Tanah teduh and I...

The mission behind this project is partly educational, as Tanah Teduh is It has been a pleasant task to work on the 2 hectares land,
an invitation to revert back to Indonesias architecture at its best, calling out
everyone to experience a proper way of living in a space designed by outstanding with lush and luxuriant trees growing in the eastern part of
architectural practice, with high hopes that Tanah Teduh can be a benchmark and the site and on the dale in the west.
an exemplar for future developments in Indonesia.

The first thing I decided when I began working here was to keep as many original
trees as possible, and to make an optimal use of the land contour. I also use
the existing ponds on the west as the wastewater processing facility and water
Sincerely Yours, catchment area. The existing bodies of water also serve as aesthetic elements in
the complex.

I then proposed for the government of the special capital territory of Jakarta to
simplify their street plan to enable us to keep the land with the existing trees
intact. Some of the houses in the complex share a communal parking lot to
Ronald Akili maximize the verdure.
Developer
The site has two main views; one of them having the lake as the focal point, and
another the existing trees, forming a kind of inner garden.

I have been fortunate as the sites owner let me choose the architects to work on
the project. I thus selected competent architects who would be able to collaborate
well in the project.

I hope the project can serve as a model for future developments that consider the
nature and uses the surrounding nature as an integrated part in the design.

Warm Regards,

Andra Matin
Principal Architect
11.

The Architects

Adi Purnomo
Adi Purnomo Started own practice Andra Matin Principal Architect
Mamostudio in Jakarta in 2000. Received for Tanah Teduh, loves travelling &
IAI (Indonesian Institute of Architects photography. Established andramatin in
Awards) in 2002 and 2005. Author of book 1998. Awarded with five IAI (Indonesian
Relativitas (2005) that shows the attitude Institute of Architects) Awards 1999, 2002,
to put actual and rational reasons as the 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and architecture
Ahmad Djuhara Zenin Adrian base of his design decision. exhibition at GA Gallery, Tokyo.

Zenin Adrian Founded ZADL & Ahmad Djuhara Chairman of IAI


recently participated in the Ordos 100 Villas (Indonesian Institute of Architects). His
Project in Mongolia instigated by Herzog radical design for the Steel House project
and de Meuron and Chinese architect/ has become an icon for a new generation
artist Ai Wei Wei, where 100 world-class of Indonesian architects, marking a new
firms from all over the globe were invited idealistic architectural belief, one that is
Andra Matin
to contribute their respective visions within cheap, energy-efficient, and, most of all,
the site. comfortable.

Antony Liu His first collaboration Eko Prawoto Architect and lecturer
with Ferry Ridwan under the name TonTon who combines contemporary design with
Architect was in The Bale design project. local knowledge. He has been intensively
This 2.8 hectare resort in Bali received an involved in the world of art, joining in
Antony Liu Eko Prawoto award from the IAI (Indonesian Institute many exhibitions, as well as in many other
of Architects) in 2002 for its remarkable activities. His recent research is about
architectural concept. earthquake-resistant buildings made
from bamboo, straw, and woods from the
Ferry Ridwan One of TonTon coconut tree.
Architect's founders. Along with Antony
Liu & Andra Matin, their signature design Yori Antar Architect, educator,
of The Infinity Chapel at the Conrad, Bali photographer, book writer. Speed and
Ferry Ridwan
has become host to many unforgetable timing is the best key success in design
wedding events and is a landmark of process. Recently started the Rumah Asuh
new approach on minimalist architecture project, a movement trying to preserve
design. traditional houses.

Wendy Djuhara A prominent Tan Tik Lam Lam, who has a


young architect Wendy Djuhara founded strong grasp of materials, is known for
Yori Antar Tan Tik Lam Djuhara+Djuhara with her husband his quintessential qualities: simplicity,
Ahmad Djuhara. Their award-winning cleanness, humility, and honesty. He has
works includes the Steel House, which received the China Best Design Hotel
incorporates drastic unusual redesign of Award in 2009 for Kayumanis Nanjing,
the typical suburban Indonesian home into China and the IAI Award 2009.
comfy modern house.

Wendy Djuhara
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The Clubhouse Floating Pool


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Communal Garden
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Communal Garden Playground


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26. 27.

h o u s e n o. title:

01 L+L
House

architect:

Antony Liu & Ferry Ridwan

land area: building area:

420 sqm 330 sqm

s i t e m ap :

description:

We call the house Light+Light House. It is a


lightly-designed home; one thats full of light. The
design concept is rooted in the idea to make use of
the lush and shaded site; the house should respond
harmoniously to the surrounding nature.

The site is 475 sqm big, with existing fruit trees that
are still productive. A rambutan tree stands in the
middle of the site, so the building would be divided
into two to give space to the tree. This results in two
building masses.

A ntony L i u & ferry ridwan L + L H O u se


28. 29.

Ground Floor First Floor

A ntony L i u & ferry ridwan L + L H O u se


30. 31.

h o u s e n o. title: architect:

Andra Matin

02 House land area: building area:

No.02
570 sqm 394 sqm

description: s i t e m ap :

The house is built in the form of the letter L, to


respond to the shape of the site. The separate
dining room is made to appear like a floating
gazebo on water, with the view to the garden.
The corridor upstairs is constructed using glass
walls to weaken the sense of a long corridor, and
air circulation is made possible through a long
opening over the glass structure, protected with
chicken wire to keep mosquitoes out.

Rooms can be accessed from the corridor of an


open space, mimicking the casual and informal
character of a village house in Indonesia. The same
treatment is given to the main staircase that is left
open without surrounding walls, letting anyone to
use it.

The sitting room is located in a sheltered corner


to maintain its privacy. The main bedroom is
upstairs with the view to the garden, and the main
bathroom is left open to accommodate the existing
tree inside.

A ndra M atin ho u se n o . 0 2
32. 33.

Ground Floor First Floor

A ndra M atin ho u se n o . 0 2
34. 35.

h o u s e n o. title: architect:

Wendy Djuhara

03 Split land area: building area:

House
325 sqm 269 sqm

description: s i t e m ap :

The design constraints of this unit came mostly from


the site conditions. Sitting on one of the smallest lots,
with setback lines on three sides of the site, a sloping
contour, plus five existing trees that could not be
removed, the site provided enough challenge for this
little house.

The lot is located in a corner of the development that


faces a common green area. An old giant randu tree
stands and creates shade in the middle of the green.
Some of the houses next to the green don't have their
own parking garage, but shares a common parking
space underneath the green. buried under the green slope, but has direct access to
the front of the house. A courtyard is located in the
These unique site conditions initiated the idea to center of the house, creating space for an existing tree,
continue the green slope as part of the house, burying and allowing sunlight and air movement throughout
some parts of the house. A green ramp slopes up to the house.
the entrance of the house which is located at the upper
level. The living, dining, and kitchen area occupies a The massing of the house, gabled roofs, hollow bricks,
large space in front, facing the view towards the giant and other local materials echo the language of small
randu tree. The master bedroom and guest bedroom/ kampung houses that surround the location. Local
study is also located on this level. materials and traditional shapes are orchestrated
with contemporary techniques and layout to better
The children's bedroom are located on the lower suit the future occupants of the house.
level, along with the servant's quarters which is half

wendy dj u hara split ho u se


36. 37.

Ground Floor First Floor

wendy dj u hara split ho u se


38. 39.

h o u s e n o. title: architect:

Adi Purnomo

04 Tree land area: building area:

House
405 sqm 333 sqm

description: s i t e m ap :

When Mas Aang (Andra Matin) asked me to be


involved in this project, I was interested because
within the project lies the intention to be more
environmentally-friendly. I was not going to talk
about green spaces and energy-saving approaches as I
thought they had always been embodied in the design
concepts that I have done in my previous works. What
I thought in the early days of this particular design
stage was the use of alternative wood.

Why using alternative wood? What I meant by


alternative wood was plantation wood or used I suggested that the ironwood be sawed to be able to
wood. By using such wood, I wish to open up the have an efficient use of it, but apparently the owner
opportunity of using non-forest timber for housing found it a pity to saw the exotic-looking wood blocks.
needs. We then tried to meet the construction need for the
house without sawing off the big wood blocks. For
At first I suggested to use the wood from coconut the interior, we use rubber wood, which also has the
trees because Indonesia has the largest total area of potential to be used as timber considering the vast
coconut plantations in the world, and the trees will be area of rubber plantations in Indonesia. Indonesias
replanted after sixty to a hundred years. Considering rubber plantations make up a third of the total
the entire coconut plantation areas in Indonesia, the worlds rubber plantation areas.
total volume of cut coconut trees every year reaches
millions of cubic meter. The idea was immediately In the process, however, there had been negotiations
rejected, however, owning to worries about the to use ceramic, aluminum, and other materials or
durability of coconut wood. I was unable to push the tools that we could not help using. I actually try to
idea forward. avoid using aluminum owing to its huge embodied
energy, which is even greater than that of steel. It is
In the process, the design was continuously changed one of the most environmentally-unfriendly materials
to find a consensus. There was a time when the idea of considering the harmful waste it produces during its
using concrete and grass roofing was put forward, but making.
I found it a clich. Then the opportunity arose to use
ironwood from a knocked-down pier in Samarinda. At the end of the day, the end product will not be
I passed on the idea and it was accepted. We then as I had first imagined it would be. However, we
developed the design to use the available ironwood. have tried our best to create an energy-saving and
There was the idea to combine it with concrete, but environmentally-friendly building. There is no need
we finally decided to use only the ironwood. for me to be disappointed.

Bogor, April 21, 2011

adi p u rnomo tree ho u se


40. 41.

Ground Floor First Floor

Second Floor

adi p u rnomo tree ho u se


42. 43.

h o u s e n o. title:

05 The
Randu

architect:

Yori Antar

land area: building area:

365 sqm 324 sqm

s i t e m ap :

description:

Tanah Teduh project is an idealistic project designed


to contribute to the development of environmentally-
conscious tropical architecture in Indonesia. The
project is an initiative from Andramatin architects
consultant bureau, entrusted with the task of
designing the master plan and coordinating a number
of architects to work on a verdant area in the south
of Jakarta.

After every architect involved has been allocated with


a site within the area, the most captivating thing for
me is the large and enchanting randu tree across our
site. Ours is a site in the shape of a trapezium and
lies next to Adi Purnomos site. One question reigns
in my mind: How to make the presence of the randu
tree felt inside the building...

yori antar the rand u


44. 45.

Ground Floor First Floor

Second Floor

yori antar the rand u


46. 47.

h o u s e n o. title:

06 Barnyard
House

architect:

Tan Tik Lam

land area: building area:

459 sqm 294 sqm

s i t e m ap :

description:

The house identifies with the modern way of


simple living. With the master bedroom on the
ground floor, the layout of the two-story house
provides an intimate living space for the young
family who resides within. Local materials such
as terra cotta roof shingles to wooden frames are
used to show the characteristic of this humble yet
modern interpretation of a barn house.

tan tik lam barnyard ho u se


48. 49.

Ground Floor First Floor

tan tik lam barnyard ho u se


50. 51.

h o u s e n o. title: architect:

Eko Prawoto

07 Kampong land area: building area:

House
445 sqm 334 sqm

description: s i t e m ap :

When I first visited the site in Jati Padang, one of


the strongest impressions I had about the site was
the strong charisma exuded by the trees, with their
large number, variations, and ages, as well as the
presence of ponds. Trees and water are vital and ideal
elements to have in a residential area or living space.
The initial idea to develop the site without felling any
single tree has truly been a wise decision and reflects
the humility to prioritize the nature. I was given the
chance to submit a home design for the corner site
on which several rambutan trees are standing. The
trees will grow larger and bear fruits in the future,
and we must thus respect their existence. The use of old wooden window frames should be
considered to establish an even richer sense of time.
Programmatically, needs dictate the construction of Such interlacing of various characters would establish
a two-story building. The basic idea is to develop the the atmosphere of the house, which is formed by a
design to enable the necessary spaces to respond to weaving of different characters, forming a structured
the surrounding nature. The inside spaces should but flexible space, one that is open yet private. It is
exist as a continuation of the external space, creating a space full of sensations, but remaining from being
a continuum between the internal and external trendy. Consisting of two building masses facing
spaces. Every corner of the rooms inside should forge each other, forming a corner that fits the geometry
a distinct relation with the site, enabling the richness of the site, the house as a whole exudes a sense of
and the variety of the surrounding space to be felt dynamics. The two masses form an ambiguous in-
and experienced. between space, wherein stands a tree and a half-
open space with a flexible function. Strengthened by
The different atmospheres inside the house can be the varied materials, the interior atmosphere might
enriched through the use of such natural materials remind us of a sequence in a village.
as stones, bricks, wood, or even bamboo. With such
a variety, the building will not become solid and The name of Kampong House might be suitable
monolithic, but instead exists as planes of different for the house. Considering the atmospheric character
materials that stand side by side, forming a space. of the house that is shaped by a weaving of different
The atmosphere would perhaps resemble that of an spaces and materials with openness toward the
organic village house; a home that is growing and nature, thus establishing a visual symphony, perhaps
changing, instead of one that is finished and frozen. the moniker of tropical jazz house might also be
suitable.

eko prawoto kampong ho u se


52. 53.

Ground Floor First Floor

eko prawoto kampong ho u se


54. 55.

h o u s e n o. title:

08 House
No.08

architect:

Andra Matin

land area: building area:

361 sqm 337 sqm

s i t e m ap :

description:

The house shows a strong characteristic of a filigree


box, presented in an interlock with the main box that
also serves as the roof. The bedroom on the ground
floor is surrounded by a sloping landscape, making
the room seem to be partially buried.

andra matin ho u se n o . 0 8
56. 57.

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

andra matin ho u se n o . 0 8
58. 59.

h o u s e n o. title:

09 Light
House

architect:

Ahmad Djuhara

land area: building area:

350 sqm 280 sqm

s i t e m ap :

description:

The building on the triangular site responds


well to the tropical climate. Designed using steel
structure, the building is expected to look light
and therefore lightweight materials are used for
the faade: insulated wall panels. To anticipate
rain splatter, windows are sunken into the wall,
while the childrens room has a terrace covered by
used wood panels. The opening of the building is
maximized toward the back area, which functions
as a garden. Heat reduction is achieved by using
insulation materials on the walls. The landscape
at the front area of the site is sloped in order to
create extra privacy on the ground floor, while
also responding to the surrounding areas.

ahmad dj u hara light ho u se


60. 61.

Ground Floor First Floor

ahmad dj u hara light ho u se


62. 63.

h o u s e n o. title: architect:

Zenin Adrian

10 Terrace land area: building area:

House
271 sqm 345 sqm

description: s i t e m ap :

The design of Terrace House has more of a political


motive than the design one. It was inspired by current
single house predicament where the automobile has
taken over the front of the house.

Terrace House basically was designed to reclaim the


front yard and extend the living room face forward.
A simple reorganization of the programming is
required to raise the living room to the 2nd floor and
extend it out to the front deck above the carport.
The magnificent view of the pond in front is the best
reward for all that effort.

zenin adrian terrace ho u se


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Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

zenin adrian terrace ho u se


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h o u s e n o. title: architect:

Andra Matin

11 House land area: building area:

No.11
372 sqm 374 sqm

description: s i t e m ap :

The building is designed to respond to unit 03 next


to it. The floor plan is arranged in such a way as to
form a common inner court that simultaneously
forms as boundary that establishes the privacy for
each of the units.

The living and dining areas are placed together in one


space with a two-story high ceiling and an opening at
the upper wall, enabling an open view to the outside
space and establishing a sense of openness. To create
an extra sense of volume, the staircase is used as the
focal point, with wooden stairs and railing.

The children bedroom and main bedroom are located


upstairs. The main bedroom has a wide opening with
a view toward the old hibiscus trees that have been
growing for scores of years on the site.

andra matin ho u se n o . 1 1
68. 69.

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

andra matin ho u se n o . 1 1
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Garden Houses

Designed by Andra Matin, each of the buildings in unit


12 and 13 has an inner court that breaks the building mass
while still connecting the separated areas with a bridge and
an open corridor, creating a distinct spatial experience to
the residents as they walk from one room to another.

A sitting area with glass walls is located at the front of


the house. The bedroom is right above it, giving the two areas
the same vista to the hibiscus trees across the house.

The guest room is oriented toward the back garden, next to


the dining area. They are located below the children bedroom
and have the visual access to the central and back gardens.
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h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

12 House
No.12

land area: building area:

346 sqm 359 sqm

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

andra matin ho u se n o . 1 2
74. 75.

h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

13 House
No.13

land area: building area:

288 sqm 383 sqm

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

andra matin ho u se n o . 1 3
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Lake Houses

Located in a series by the lake, units 14 to 18 are designed by


Andra Matin Studio. Each house has a different orientation
so that every unit will have different atmosphere and view.

The dining room is located next to the pantry on the ground floor, with an inner
court that connects the reading room and the children bedrooms. To prevent a
towering appearance due to the vertically-intense room arrangements, parts of
the ground floor are surrounded by the landscape, half-burying the rooms to
almost one-story deep. The living room is located on the first floor and enjoys the
largest view compared to other rooms, with a terrace that might also be treated
as an extension to the living room, thus creating an even larger space. The master
bedroom and bathroom are also located on the first floor, designed to be half-
open with a view to the lake.

The air conditioning system is mainly used in the common areas, while the
corridor has natural lighting and air circulation for energy efficiency.

Dominating materials are the brick walls for the massive boundary lines, glass to
enable visual access, and the filigree structure to optimize natural lighting and
cross ventilation for almost all the rooms. The units are designed in response
to the front area of the site that serves as the main access for the cars and to
the lake. To their left and right are other units, and the back of the buildings is
separated from Unit 10 only by a 1.5 m wide pedestrian corridor. Each of the
building masses adapts to its surrounding through the allocation of private spaces
at the front and an open garden at the back, enabling a sense of openness, wider
pedestrian paths, and a larger garden at the back.

The inner courts are placed facing one another, forming a boundary between the
units that takes the form of an open garden instead of a high separating wall. The
inner court also enables the building volume to be thinner and optimizes natural
lighting and air circulation.

Unit 18 has a living room that serves as the focal area, with higher ceiling
compared to other rooms and a closed appearance at its upper part and an open
look below, to establish a greater sense of privacy. Such an arrangement creates
a monolithic look while also filters the intensity of the sunlight. The dining room
has a lower ceiling and an intimate atmosphere.
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h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

14 House
No.14

land area: building area:

270 sqm 374 sqm

Ground Floor

First Floor Second Floor

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h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

15 House
No.15

land area: building area:

270 sqm 374 sqm

Ground Floor

First Floor Second Floor

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h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

16 House
No.16

land area: building area:

270 sqm 374 sqm

Ground Floor

First Floor Second Floor

andra matin ho u se n o . 1 6
86. 87.

h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

17 House
No.17

land area: building area:

298 sqm 333 sqm

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

andra matin ho u se n o . 1 7
88. 89.

h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

18 House
No.18

land area: building area:

411 sqm 328 sqm

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

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Terrain Houses

Unit 19 and 20 are connected with a grass-covered roof,


with holes that enable air circulation and light and
a continuum with the spaces below.

When designing the Terrain Houses for the first time, Andra Matin decided to
place the main entrance to the side of the building. The circulation of movements
inside is facilitated through a kind of corridor between the sitting area and the
work area, followed by an inner court with left and right boundary walls and
a two-story-high ceiling, creating a visual surprise for the guests as they walk
deeper into the house.

The sitting room that functions as the main area has a small courtyard inside,
creating a strong sense of privacy. The bedrooms are located upstairs. The master
bedroom looks directly to the courtyard, with an open bathroom that makes the
room feel larger. Unit 20 is located on a site with a lot of existing trees, making it
a special unit. To leave the trees intact, parts of the roofing are left open, forming
sources of natural light and air circulation for the spaces below. The rooms are
spread out, giving rise to a playful spatial arrangement.

The sitting and the dining areas are the main areas and located upstairs, next to
each other. The children bedrooms and the master bedroom are connected with
an open corridor that crosses the garden area. The garden itself serves as a shelter
for the space below.

In unit 19 and 20, the garage and laundry spaces are designed in an interlock to
optimize the use of land.
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h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

19 House
No.19

land area: building area:

375 sqm 372 sqm

Ground Floor First Floor

andra matin ho u ses n o. 1 9


94. 95.

h o u s e n o. title: s i t e m ap :

20 House
No.20

land area: building area:

536 sqm 406 sqm

Ground Floor First Floor

andra matin ho u ses no . 2 0


106. 107.