Tropical houses / editors: Gina Tsarouhas, Hannah Jenkina.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Mulgrave, Vic. The Images Publishing Group, 2018.
Description
252 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm

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Summary note
"Indonesia fosters many noteworthy architects who have amassed a remarkable collection of works. Tropical Houses showcases a compilation of house designs by an outstanding group of Indonesian architects. Highly illustrated and providing a wide scope in terms of design integrity, architectural sophistication and style, this book follows closely in the wake of its incredibly successful first volume, published in 2013, disclosing each architect's distinctive approach to the contemporary residential design realm. Featuring a wide range of design philosophies, projects are presented with full-color photographs, visualizing the detailed environment of every project and fully immersing the reader into every part of the house. Complete with detailed plans, sections, and elevation drawings, this book is an inspiring source for people in the architecture and design domains." From publisher's website.
Notes
Includes index.
Contents
  • A House
  • AA House
  • AM House
  • Bangka House
  • Ben House GP
  • Bob Kamei's House
  • Brawa House
  • BRG House Dago Bengkok
  • BTR House
  • Bukit Sadewa House
  • C5 House
  • Cipete_IH
  • DRA House
  • Gupondoro House
  • Hanging Villa
  • Home in the Terraced Garden
  • I+L Residence
  • Inzaya House
  • JS House
  • Light + Light House
  • Lounge Villa
  • Manhattan Villa
  • Merapi Hill House
  • The Monolithic House
  • The Mori
  • MW House
  • Pavilion 26 Golf Residence
  • Pramestha Residence
  • Prashanti Villa
  • RD House
  • Sommerset House -Songket House
  • Spiral House
  • Stilt House at Pramestha
  • Tamarind House
  • Three Layers House
  • The Tree House
  • Trimmed Reform House
  • Twist and Shout House
  • Index of Architects and Designers.
ISBN
  • 9781864706840
  • 1864706848
OCLC
1000153948
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