The Co-Sharing Office has the main function as an architect consultant office, and also as a sharing space for various activities.
This office is a renovation of developer building products. Architects try to maintain some spatial structure and add new building elements to cover all the functions needed. The old building is a house with an area of 71 m2 consisting of 3 main rooms which are maintained into 3 principal rooms. This building was developed into 2 floors with a total area of 250 m2 by including the functions of the reception room, workspace, communal room, prayer room, service, and dormitory for staff.
The communal room forms space with different axes from the workspace because it adjusts the tilted position of the tread to form a residential plot. The physical communal room is in the form of a mini library, pantry, and dining room which can also be used as a public space for hamlet or neighborhood meetings, workshops, seminars, religious studies, syukuran (thanksgiving), even just a lounge to play guitar and chat.
This communal room is used as a work space for student internships from various regions and universities (national-international) with a capacity of 8 students each period. Recorded student internships (starting 2017) from Indonesia came from Sumatra, Kalimantan, Java, Madura, Bali, Sulawesi, and Papua, as well Ús internship students from Malaysia and Mali (Africa). This becomes a cultural experience between users and creates optimal sharing space.
The Co-Sharing Office is open to anyone who wants to learn and share. International discussion events Úre from Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, China, Taiwan, and India. Within one year since the office building was opened, there have been 12 campus groups from various regions in Indonesia who have come to experience space at the Andyrahman Architect office.
Material Used :
1. Red Brick