Interior Design by VINDATE INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURE seen at Residence 8 @Senopati - RESIDENCE 8 @SENOPATI


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Expressing the uniqueness atmosphere through artwork and touch of monochrome color themes, Vindate Interior & Architecture design firm designed a 2 bedroom apartment in South Jakarta with a touch of modern glamorous style.
The design concept is an important part when building the interior of the apartment. Design reference of a person certainly depends on their individual tastes. There are many variations of home design styles, such as classic, vintage, retro, or industrial. A residential in the form of an apartment in one of the luxury areas in South Jakarta owned by a career woman with a metropolitan lifestyle.
Conceptually, Hans wanted to build a New York-style residence with a touch of Art Deco. The combination of a dynamic lifestyle of homeowners with a monochrome color scheme, and a little color composition to give the residential luxurious yet vibrant. Colors combination were seen in the choices of artwork and loose furniture. Overall, although this apartment is inhabited by women, you can say the use of the color is quite masculine. Aside from the monochrome color combination, other masculine accents can also be seen in the installation of stud details in some areas such as the bedroom area.

Sitting on a 170m² space , initially this apartment has two bedrooms, but one of the room was deliberately converted into a lavish home office. The owner's love for artwork is the reason why there are so many elements of art in dwelling. One of the most interesting is the application of large paintings that were not install on the wall, but on the ceiling. Vindate's unexpected design details were combined very cleverly. For example, Italian marble texture meeting with beautiful Champagne-gold finishes which is then combined with stud for example. While on the doorknob, Vindate uses original natural stone so that each handle has a different shape. The diversity of details gives the residence a unique impression.

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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.