Interior Design by VINDATE INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURE at Apartemen Providence Park - Providence Park Apartment

Providence Park Apartment - Interior Design

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“It’s true that the owner wants to live in this home when he is in town, but there is a second thought to make this property an investment. So, when designing this apartment, we built the luxury with rich forms and materials, with concern of practicality. This way, by the time he wants to have it for rent, the unit is always ready,” explain the designer.
Modern living concept was handpicked for this apartment. The sleek form and simplicity of this concept make it practical for everyday live. The luxury is brought by its serenity, making the “less is more” come true. “Considering that it may be used for rent, the design is not very personalized—so it’s not too feminine or masculine. The design is made to be enjoyed by the general public.”

The three-bedroom apartment has a master bedroom and two guest bedrooms. Each of them has a window that provides natural daylight and a view of the cityscape. A wider view can be seen from the living room with its balcony. This room has an L-shape sofa where the owner can lounge around or hosting his guests. This room is designed very well, making it a proper gathering room to special occasions and parties.
“When we first came, I saw that there were several ‘awkward corners’ in this room. Then we redesigned it, with respect to the existing building. We moved the TV panel to 90-degree beside the window, to avoid the sun reflection on the screen. In addition, we placed some shelf to put books and decorations,” add the Vindate representative.
There is a formal dining room where the owner usually holds brunch or dinner with family and friends. Yet, most of the time, he would dine at a breakfast nook at the corner of the dining area. A pantry is designed nearby these two dining spaces to prepare the dishes.
You see many neutral colors in the design, giving serene and luxury ambiance. And there are many furniture pieces are customized – even further to the bespoke lamps and champagne gold door handles. The surfaces, from interior finishing and furniture, are mostly wrapped with textured wall covering papers.
Luxury ambiance in this apartment is brought with plush space arrangement, form and rich materials. Today it is only enjoyed by the owner and his guests. Perhaps, maybe one day, we get a chance to live in this subtle sanctuary.

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Those are my perspectives toward the design industry in Indonesia. Our country is blessed with ample cultural and social capital; and as a born and raised Indonesian designer, there is nowhere else that I would draw inspiration from. Since I began my career 12 years ago, I have always embraced my identity as an Indonesian, leaning on the country's multitude of culture and centuries of craftmanship deliver aesthetic through Vin/da/te Interior & Architecture, the design consulting company I founded with my partners as well as Poros Living, the furniture arm of Vin/da/te. The batik pattern that government officials don proudly on important events, for example, became my influence when designing wall patterns at a commercial dining area. Traditional hand weaving skills that have been passed on from one generation to another also became my inspiration for Alita chair, one of the many Poros Living’s products.