Design Project 2008: House Design Concept in CitraLand

Recent Design Project: House Design Concept in CitraLand

Modern Minimalist Houses in Raya Balerina Street, Citraland, Surabaya.

In designing the exterior of the house, the architectural team of A-Plus are given a challenge by the client to change the look of the old model house, a design that is a trend nowadays, modern minimalist. To that end, has given several alternative minimalist modern look to a client, who ultimately selected the final design as shown in photo above.

Why?

Modern minimalist design shows a modern facade, with due regard for the comfort of the occupants, namely the presence of double façade on the side, to block out the sunlight does not enter directly into the room, and also so that the window openings are not visible from outside.

Perth Apartment 88 Bennett Street, Australia

Design Project 2008: Perth Apartment, Australia

Apartment Wellington Green Perth Australia.

Our first overseas project, apartment project in Perth, Australia.

But in this project, we only make the 3D Facade Exterior, and also we design for the bedroom and livingroom apartment interior. The owner comes to Surabaya for almost 1 month in the year 2008. The location is in 88 Bennett Street, Perth City, Australia.

Top Ten Interior Design Web Sites: lovetoknow.com

Top Ten Interior Design Web Sites: lovetoknow.com

Sheffield School of Interior Design
Great online collection of interior design concepts, ideas and tips. Check out the tips of the month, the room of the month, and answers to design dilemmas. And of course you can enroll in the school and learn to be a professional designer.
eBay Home and Garden
Shop for home decor, lamps and lighting, window treatments and more. As always when shopping on eBay, pay attention to shipping costs and seller’s feedback scores.
Designing Online
Lots of resources and links to products here. Decorating articles, and a home and garden forum.
Amazon
Shop for books in their Interior Design category. Subcategories include painting and wallpapering, and upholstery and fabrics
Rental Decorating Digest
Design specifics for renters or others who can’t modify the basic home layout. Start at Interior Design 101 for the whole process, or jump directly to decorating by room. How to redesign a rental, and making dorm rooms habitable are worth a visit.
HomeDesignerSoftware.com
Software that allows you to design virtual rooms, homes, landscapes and exteriors. See what it will look like before you begin, evaluate costs.
Better Homes and Gardens
The classic periodical has an extensive online site, with a design gallery driven by pulldown menus, arrange-a-room and color-a-room tools, a how-to encyclopedia, and lots more.
Annie Sloan
UK designer, has many products available online. Includes painted and unpainted furniture; they will paint, ‘distress’ and wax your item to your specifications.
LivingHome.com
Fun site with great features. Visit the library, or Design Sketches, which features some of their great (and often funny) finds.
Ruffell-Brown
Online shopping for custom window blinds, wall coverings and tapestries. If you live in Vancouver, you can get inhome consultation.
HGTV decorating
Home and Garden Television’s website has a lot of interior design ideas and information. 2006 color trends, guest room makeovers and tips for a serene bedroom.
PriceGrabber.com
Shop their home and garden section for furniture, construction and remodeling supplies, and more.
DoItYourself.com
Home decorating section includes sections on decorating for kids, for the holidays, and decorating accents.
Collections Etc.
An unusual site, with most items $14.99. Lots of kitsch, including this cow rug. Visit their outdoor shop and pick up a set of chinese lanterns for your next patio party.
SeeMyDesign.com
Interactive online site to try out your ideas. Lots of fun. Also links to businesses who can sell you what you need to make your design come to life.
Touch of Class
Shop by style or category. Visit the clearance rack or chat online with the live helpdesk. Shop by theme, such as Tuscan or African Safari
LoveToKnow Interior Design
We hate to brag, but our own LTK Interior Design channel is full of useful articles, such as Country French Style Basics
Behr Paint
from concrete sealers to faux finishes. Visit their Inspirations page or get expert advice on how to paint.
InteriorDeZine
An eZine for interior design. Extensive history of furniture, a design glossary and downloadable ebooks.
InteriorMall.com
From area rugs to window treatments. Visit their Statues section for bronze and stone statuary.

Design Project 2007: Design Concepts for Restaurant & Cafe by the Lake in CitraLand

Design Project 2007: Design Concepts for Restaurant & Cafe by the Lake in CitraLand

This is a restaurant & cafe by the lake / near the lake. Location is in Citraland, Surabaya. The design concept is water and movement, it’s shown by the rhythm of the columns in front of the restaurant entrance.
There are 5 architecture design themes separate in five buildings in this restaurant, they are:

  • The Wave
  • The Beach
  • The Ocean
  • The Gazebo
  • The Pool

You can read  each building design concepts in our image above.

Best of Citysearch.com: New York Interior Designers

Audience Winner
Editorial Winner
1.
Encore Decor Interior Design
PO Box 1897 (Old Chelsea Station) , New York , NY , 10113
This interior designer, regularly seen on television, provides a wide array of design services to Manhattan, Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Christopher Coleman Interior
55 Washington St Ste 707 , Brooklyn , NY , 11201-1036
Family-friendly interiors using bright, inventive fabrics and simple designs are what bring customers and media praise to this DUMBO studio.
2.
Area Aesthetics Interior Design
320 2nd Ave , New York , NY , 10003
Residential and commercial decorator offers a full range of interior design services.
3.
Use-What-You-Have Interiors
145 E 74TH St Ste 8C , New York , NY , 10021-3225
One-day redesign using your current furnishings, from complete redecorating to question-specific consultations. In-home and New York-based decorator training also offered.
4.
Christopher Coleman Interior
55 Washington St Ste 707 , Brooklyn , NY , 11201-1036
Family-friendly interiors using bright, inventive fabrics and simple designs are what bring customers and media praise to this DUMBO studio.
5.
Drake Design Associates Incorporated
315 E 62ND St , New York , NY , 10021-7767
The company’s designers help high-end residences sparkle with bright color, plush fabric and a blending of furniture from various historical periods.
6.
Apartment Therapy
22 Howard Street , New York , NY , 10013-3137
Interior design blogger and guru will clean up your act.
7.
Thierry W Despont Office
10 Harrison St , New York , NY , 10013-2810
A team of 40 architects and decorators with offices in New York and Paris boast high-end clients and luxury projects.
8.
Interiors by Francesca
99-45 67th Rd , Forest Hills , NY , 11375
9.
Richard Meier & Partners
475 10TH Ave Ste 6 , New York , NY , 10018-1179
These urban design architects value natural daylight in their plans for corporate and governmental buildings and private residences.
10.
Robert Am Stern Architects
460 W 34TH St Ste 18 , New York , NY , 10001-2341
At this 260-person firm, architects, landscape architects, and interior designers engineer structures and spaces that complement surrounding buildings.

Newsweek.com: The Best Building Architecture of 2007

Architecture, unlike most other art forms, doesn’t recede with the passage of time—it’s here to stay, whether good, bad or just plain ugly. Fortunately, some great new buildings went up this year—and the best tend to look a little quieter and more elegant than the wild-looking architecture of recent years. Even Frank Gehry‘s first building in New York City is mellow—a milky glass mélange of pleats rather than an all-out symphony of metal edges and curves. And more than ever, designers are showing a keen interest in making buildings green.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum by Steven Holl. For an addition to the cherished Kansas City, Mo., institution, architect Holl came up with an ingenious way to expand the museum without overpowering—or even touching—the original neoclassical building. Most of his beautifully scaled new gallery spaces are subterranean—with natural light coming in through a series of translucent “boxes” that cascade down a hillside next to the old museum and connect to it below ground. A big bonus: at night those boxes glow like beacons in a fog.

The IAC Building by Frank Gehry. This office building for Barry Diller’s world headquarters, on the edge of Manhattan‘s Chelsea neighborhood, took the classic corporate material—glass—and turned it into a confection of muted tones of white (to cut glare), formed into big vertical pleats (why? because it’s unexpected). Inside, the offices and common areas are wonderfully flooded with daylight—and on the higher floors there are views of the Hudson. The building looks especially great at night, if you’re speeding by on the West Side Highway, as if those softly lit pleats are bending in the wind.

The New Museum by SANAA. The Tokyo-based architects of this museum for cutting-edge art in lower Manhattan used a clever strategy for its tight urban site: their seven-story high-rise looks like an uneven stack of boxes, which allows slots of daylight to filter into the galleries from above. Known for quietly ethereal buildings, SANAA has designed a structure that’s both tough and tender in its beautiful simplicity and its refined use of industrial materials such as concrete and silvery aluminum mesh.

The Grand Rapids Art Museum by Kulapat Yantrasast. This calm and cool modernist building in Grand Rapids, Mich., is the first newly constructed “green” museum in the United States, designed to be LEED certified. The elegant exterior is glass, aluminum and concrete; on the inside 70 percent of the illumination comes from natural light.

The San Francisco Federal Building by Thom Mayne. A boldly inventive structure with a glass and perforated-metal skin, it is the latest star in the General Service Administration’s Design Excellence Program. It’s also an award-winning green building with natural ventilation—unheard of in a California public building since the advent of air-conditioning.

On top of all that: Burj Dubai by Adrian Smith of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Already the world’s highest tower, it’s still under construction. It won’t open until 2009, and its developers in the booming desert city aren’t saying just how tall it will be when completed.

Architecture Info: World Famous Architect’s Website

Architecture Website