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3500 Millimetre House // AGo Architects

South Jakarta, Indonesia

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3500 Millimetre house is 3,5 meter (3500 millimetre) wide by 17 meter long housing a young family of an architect, his wife and his son. The programs contained is a result from discussions between the architect and his wife, questioning the things they’re really need instead of what they want.

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

Thus resulting in a 100 meter square house that provide basic programs for its user with 35 m2 master bedroom occupying the ground floor, Living-Dining-Kitchen (LDK) + laundry at second floor, a bed-play-study space for the son, and a rooftop with a city view.

The House is an unexpected and exciting spatial experience that survives the limits of our ordinary living spaces.

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© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

The three stories narrow house in a dense area reevaluates functional arrangements within a narrow site while creating bright and airy spaces.

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© AGo Architects

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© AGo Architects

Affordability and Compactness is a value that the building successfully owns by integrating well thought space experience, storage systems, and low-cost strategies in the design process; from selecting a narrow lot of about 3500 Millimetre wide to choosing sustainable and cost efficient materials and construction system, as well as storage-activities-climate response integration.

One of the main focus is to create compact living space with rich experiences by generating a space without walls, providing various floor levels and ceiling height, and connecting each floor with different types of stair-furniture-facade integration.

Integration between furniture modules and functions such as stairs and activities create a compact house experience leaving this house free from clutters, creates innovative plug-in systems.

The narrow house site leave this house a west facing orientation, we chose perforated steel and polycarbonate facade act as the outer skin filtering the direct sunlight to the interior, skylight located in each floor to create dramatic natural sunlight experience from upper to ground floor.

A structurally insulated superfoam panel used for the wall to reduce heat, noise, reducing the cost and increase construction speed.

3500 Millimetre house is a search of an aspiration towards giving a solution to way of compact way of living, offers freedom and adaptability of space as answers to its users need in the present and future.

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

Many new interpretations of space and architecture comes as counter to the challenges and effort to give example of how to live in a city.Project Name: 3500 Millimetre House
Architecture Firm / Architect: Ago Architects / Abimantra Pradhana
Office Website: www.agoarchitecture.com
Contact Email: info@agoarchitecture.com , abimantra@agoarchitecture.com Completion Year: 2018
Built Area (m2 or sqft): 100m2
Project Location: South Jakarta, Indonesia.Photographer: Kafin Noe’manDesign team: Gabi Osri, Leo PratamaProducts and brands1.

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

© AGo Architects

Precast wall: M-System Polyfoam precast panel ( M-System ) . www.m-system.com/2. Double facade: Twinlite Polycarbonate3 Reflective glass film: 3M™ Sun Control Window Film https://www.3m.co.id/4. Septictank: Smart Biosept Dusaspun http://www.dusaspun.com/environmental/5. Kitchen Equipment: Modena Cooking series Credits:- AGo Architects – Architect – Gabi Osri.

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