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De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku ~ De Omah Slili resolve the contradiction of classic and contemporary with implementing many wooden elements. Specialty standing on the Slili beach, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta, brings together traditional and modern architecture as a unitary coherent design.

De Omah Slili build traditional architectural style hall Limasan house as hostels and building of two floors contemporary architecture as the hotel into a beautiful landscape unity. Designers apply the wood material to fuse the two buildings side by side so it does not reveal contrasting concept design.

Tinuku De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

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Tinuku De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

www.Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Limasan house is a building traditional architecture typical of Central Java which has a main building framework consists of four main pillars for the roof structure footing and piles of logs is superimposed on it.

Rectangular-shaped building made entirely of solid wood material. The roof structure has a cone at the middle, the front and rear of square, while the side of the triangular. Roof exterior use tiles clay mounted on wood transverse structure.

The walls in the form of wooden planks established and put together using the locking system of wooden pegs. Three doors in the front is the hallmark of traditional Javanese house. The main door is located in the center, the second and third door on the left and right of the main house.

Limasan house original did not use glass material, designer De Omah Slili using glass to cover the windows, but the types of frosted glass gives value to retaining the classic impression. Glass material lining the walls the front side is a novelty in the repertoire of architectural Limasan house.

Ceramic floor tile light brown in Javanese classic building gives the impression of luxury. Long chairs and tables of solid wood is placed on the front porch, both furniture carved with pattern of foliage is strong value gives artistic touch.

The other building is a two-story building of contemporary architecture and rectangular. The ground floor functioned as public space filled with wooden tables and chairs. Designers many wood as material implement strategies to integrate with the structure of the house Limasan.

Tinuku De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

www.Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

www.Tinuku.com De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Tinuku De Omah Slili hostel integrate classic Limasan house and contemporary buildings through wood materials medium

Pilar, interior roof and walls using wood material to give classic accent. Chair of rattan was placed in the second floor corridor, potted plants are placed in each corner of the room as decoration that gives the impression of calm with direct view to the Indian Ocean.

Slili beach is hidden paradise barrier between the beach Krakal beach and Sadranan beach. Small coastline bounded hills on either side, but has tremendous beauty to enjoy the tranquility after a day of snorkeling and swimming.
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