Omah Boto House / Andyrahman Architect

first_imgPhotographs:  Mansyur Hasan Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHouses•Sidoarjo, Indonesia ArchDaily Year:  “COPY” Lead Architect: 2019 Omah Boto House / Andyrahman Architect “COPY” Architects: Andyrahman Architect Area Area of this architecture project Area:  325 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Omah Boto House / Andyrahman ArchitectSave this projectSaveOmah Boto House / Andyrahman ArchitectSave this picture!© Mansyur Hasan+ 51Curated by Paula Pintos Sharecenter_img Houses Manufacturers: Bamboo Pacet, Dwi Manunggal Karya, Elaxa Wijaya, Graha Karya Mandiri, Kemuning Jaya Steel, Panorama Alam Jasa Indonesia CopyAbout this officeAndyrahman ArchitectOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSidoarjoIndonesiaPublished on July 24, 2019Cite: “Omah Boto House / Andyrahman Architect” 24 Jul 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Clients:Dwi Danang HabibiLandscape:Andyrahman ArchitectConsultants:Andyrahman ArchitectContractor:Hasta PrajatamaBrick Tectonic Leader:Graha Karya MandiriMural Designer:[email protected] Team:Imam Prasetyo, Muchammad Ubay, Cipta Hadi, Sulfa Heksania, Maghfira Asri M.City:SidoarjoCountry:IndonesiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mansyur HasanRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsText description provided by the architects. Andyrahman Architect strives to fit its working flow with the craftsmen’s flexibility. In the Omah Boto project, craftsmen are invited to be a collaborative partner during the architectural process, so they can feel like a subject that determines the success or failure of the design on the field. They had to re-emerge their spirit as a ‘designer’.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanDuring the building process, the client suddenly asks, “How to bring up Indonesia vibes in this house?” This is an interesting challenge for the architect. The site location is near to the Pari Temple and Sumur Temple, Sidoarjo, East Java. It reopens the great features of red brick material. East Java, in particular, has a red brick architecture history since the Majapahit Kingdom era which is the materials basic and manufacturing techniques are still inherited to the current craftsmen in Trowulan Village, red brick home industry.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanBricks in Omah Boto became the main element and processed holistically, even as a gene or cell of the building. The brick dimension (5x10x20 cm) is the main measuring standard for all architectural part of Omah Boto such as sill height, door or window width, and even the room area. So, this is the reason why this house was named Omah Boto, which means Brick House that combined with other Nusantara elements using bamboo, wood, rattan, etc. The existence of this variation forms an inter-material dialogue of Indonesian characteristics.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanIn addition, some of the brick arrangement in this house is taken from Batik motives. The Parang and Pucuk Rebung motif are used for wall and floor brick tectonics, Kawung motif on bathroom ceramics, and many else. These patterns or motives applied in this house were obtained from Andyrahman Architect’s experiments. It brings back the main reason of brick usage since the ancient times that has an interesting rhythm and character on its arrangements.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanThe 13th brick pattern in Omah Boto is built with tectonic techniques that require high accuracy. It was all about visual communication between the architect and craftsmen. These 13 tectonic brick constructions are the factor that combines the design precision and ingenuity of the craftsmen who understands the material’s character and quality. “Architect is the one who’s famous outside. While inside, the craftsmen emerges” said Mr. Hasan, the brick project leader.Save this picture!Floor planSave this picture!South elevationOmah Boto adopts Javanese house’s conceptual ideas. There are three main parts of Javanese house’s zoning: Pendhapa (a public or communal area in the front side of the house), Pringgitan (a transition area in the middle), and Dalem (a private area in the back). It is arranged horizontally in Javanese House. While in Omah Boto, it is arranged vertically. The first floor is for the communal room, second floor for the living room, and the third floor for bedrooms.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanMusholla (prayer room) as a sacred area in this house is a contextualization of the ‘Garbhagrha’ / ‘Guwagarba’. It is applied in the floor, the wall, and the ceiling with brick construction. It reminds people of their origin and purpose of life in the world. The outer skin of this building is a transformation from ‘Gedheg’, Indonesian hollowed woven bamboo. It is implemented as red brick skin façade, designed to reduce glare, maximizes airflow while maintaining the homeowner’s privacy. This brick tectonic also creates the fourth dimension inside the house along with daylight.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanBased on Andyrahman Architect’s experiences, a detail that was made out of collaboration with craftsmen can create a tremendous effect. The design results have more values that different from other designs. 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