Working in the creative industry, client wants a unique home design and represent the owner’s character, agreed to develop then emerged from the child's hobby of the labyrinth, the client agreed that the home design processing must be able to accommodate the child's play and hobby activities, then inspired architect in LABYRINTH concept.
With the large land but elongated, the mass building is divided into several separate masses. The division based on the function of zone in each mass building including the main building which is consisting of communal spaces, bedrooms and bathrooms, specific area for kitchen, service building area and for the clothing business of the client. The composition of the mass is divided by positioning the business zone in the outside of land, residential area in the middle and service area in the back side of the land, while the remaining land between the buildings.
The labyrinth concept in initiated from the winding space experience even started from the entrance area. Homeowners and guests will pass the labyrinth garden that will direct them from one building to another. Not only treats the labyrinth concept in the building division layout and the processing of the landscape, architect also applied the way to unify the building with labyrinth landscape around.
The green labyrinth garden is designed from tea plants and appear like fence with random compotition then configurate as labyrinthine corridors. The mass building design is then made simple with streaked boxes shape. Meanwhile, to camouflage the building integrates with the labyrinth garden around, architect designed the building envelope with the unfinished concept material which would then overgrown by vines which in the future would cover the entire building envelope. As the labyrinth concept engages the user to enjoy the experience from one room to another, the vines which enveloping the building will also give the impression how this building will look different from time to time viewed from the process of plant propagation.
Indira Pramundita S,