A101 OFFICE PROJECT
William Sasmita

A101 OFFICE PROJECT

SASMITA design studio as Designers

This project built in a 8611 sqft. land area. The building has two functions .First , as a small office building, which consists of two floors with a total area of 968 sqft . Office area is devoted to both the owner and at the same time is forming a facade of this building . The second function is the storage of warehouse with an area of 7405 sqft.


Architect's aim came from the desire to create a design that can maximize the satisfaction of all human senses .Vision , hearing, touch , and smell. We wanted our design is not only visually comfortable ( having looked nice ) but also to provide overall comfort . we want to achieve comfortable in motor function with the design of the compact layout but still well-organized. The pleasant noise and smell are created by separating the office and warehouse. By satisfying the senses , a feeling of comfort will be reached when the owner used the building for their daily activities .


In terms of sustainability, this design can be attractive and become the new display in which the concept of rustic industrial designs applied in real industrial functions . The design is honest , with rough finishing material is a major part of this building . Some mistakes during construction deliberately shown such as repeated wall plastering process. Water pipes in the toilet and building structures also deliberately shown in their entirety. Architects also have the aim that this building can be a means of educating the common people to better understand the structure and the plumbing system of the building.

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