Indonesia is where the EH House resides. Created by architects andramatin, the 390 sq. meter space was made back in 2014 and is a 3-bedroom villa consisting of several connecting suites and an open balcony. The brief for the space was to allow for a wide variety of activities to happen simultaneously without encroaching on one another, whilst still being an inviting space.
The home uses shingle wood on the roof, teak wood inside and ironwood on the balcony, all made to deal with Bandung’s climate, which is often cool. Take a look through the gallery above to see the space for yourself.
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