Situated on the northern coast of Bali, the Tiing has been designed as a ‘reward for the intrepid’. Understanding that this project would need a point of differentiation to pull people out of the well-worn tourist paths of southern Bali, the Tiing is a boutique resort embedded into its local and cultural context.Read Further SAVE
By Prutha Barot
Through this presentation we see Andy’s journey of exploration, initially, using brick with the learnings of ancient and vernacular buildings, and later re-evaluating the use of brick as a sustainable material. With the presentation, we see his efforts in uplifting the local craftsmen by reviving the skills and exploration of tectonics with their help.Read Further SAVE
Trees also become a metaphor in architecture in the tropics, so the important thing in a house is a shade / shade roof, while the wall should be attempted to be a wall that can be passed light and air freely. This house is designed with that awareness as well, as a shade covered by a wall with holes (roster).Read Further SAVE
Guha is an combination of new and renovation project elaborated into 9 materials to sum up craftmanship
experimentation at RAW such as : steel, wood, glass, metal, gypsum, bamboo, plastic, stone and concrete.
The mosque is based on the intelligence of Nusantara, by making holes in the wall that enables the airflow from inside-out, so that the room inside the mosque becomes cooler. This hollowed wall made from vent blocks, which dominates the overall appearance of the mosque.Read Further SAVE