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APREZ CAFE at PAKUBUWONO RESIDENCE

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SANCTUARY SPACE

The nuances of art deco designs are packaged in a modern way with a touch of natural outdoor space elements. The restaurant itself was divided into four areas, namely main dining, an area that is often used as a venue for large events because of its ease in arranging chairs to suit the needs of the event, then the lounge area, where visitors can relax and enjoy a cocktail, hallway area, with wing chairs that provide a moment of privacy when chatting and enjoying high tea, and the last area is the outdoor pool deck with lounge chairs viewing the pool and the garden.

Designer wants to bring out new atmosphere in the restaurant by combining the elements of outdoor and indoor space. Choosing a modern contemporary art deco style, restaurant interiors look luxurious, bold with a variety of motifs yet provides a calming and sothing ambiance, so it remains a comfortable place for residents to spend their time.

A unique wall treatment can be seen from the use of Degourney hand painted wallpaper in gold champagne with a cherry blossom motif that instantly becomes the focal point of the main dining area. The ceiling area is also equipped with an alabaster fixture lighting to adjust the formal or informal atmosphere, as well as the use of decorative elements in the form of a large mirror on a veneer frame in the hallway area that gives a beautiful reflection of the overall restaurant corner. All furniture is designed by combining veneers, gold finishes and marble so that the impression of luxury and elegance is in line with the fine dining menu presented by Aprez Café

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Freedom to Design, Responsibility to Deliver

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.