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Tinuku ~ d'Omah Hotel Yogya implement landscape, architecture and interior design in the Tembi village, Sewon, Bantul, Yogyakarta, became part of the rural environment. A three-star boutique hotel is an amazing resort to translate the ethnography concept really appropriate literature.

d'Omah Hotel Yogyakarta brought the concept is so authentic Javanese culture is implemented into the layout, architecture and interior design. Resort has 23 rooms consisting of several types of traditional buildings are private villas, deluxe and deluxe heritage.

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The hotel was built by an Indonesian citizen born in Sidney, Rodney Warwick Purser, using material recovery process Javanese traditional old building and repair aims to maintain authenticity. The complex is located on the outskirts of rice fields with spacious garden to calm the mind between the sound of crickets, frogs and fresh air rural.

d'Omah is no different than the houses belonging to residents in the vicinity. Guests feel the atmosphere of Tembi village houses with three-star hotel facilities. The entrance to the hotel is also just regular rural roads that are on the edge of rice fields. The front of the hotel is the building serves as the lobby and reception area.

The front porch as a restaurant where guests eat meal while looking at the front of the rice fields. At breakfast in typical rural atmosphere where the villagers passing using bicycle to start the move. At dinner while watching the fireflies fly in paddy fields.

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All resort staff wear traditional Javanese clothes to give cultural values remain attached. d'Omah often hosts gala dinner or wedding party in garden with open air to offer an exceptional experience. Guests enjoy traditional and international cuisine or combination of both.

The complex of more than 6000 square meters is built on an ongoing basis over the years consists of three main parts is the Pendopo House, Camat Houses and Joglo House. Guests can choose to occupy rooms in each house or rent a house as a whole.

Each room in the house has labyrinthine interior trim where the privacy of every part of the room is maintained, while still available also public spaces such as livingroom, swimming pool, library and terrace houses on the front and rear.

Pendopo House was the first house built in complex is composed of elements verandah hall at front, Ndalem (royal house), Senthong (space for bedrooms), Gandok Kiwo (dining room and kitchen to the left) and Gandok Tengen (dining room and kitchen to the right).

Camat home is renovated after the earthquake devastated Yogyakarta in 2006. Joglo House is the only part of the complex which has functional areas most typical. The main kitchen where the chefs cook dishes for hotel guests or special banquet held. In this house also has a library which accounted for one-fifth part of the house.

Joglo House around the walls have shelves with variety of books complete with comfy sofa set. Various collections of favorite books as the theme of history, culture, art, design and of course the novel "Snow" by Ferit Orhan Pamuk, Nobel laureate in 2006.

The main public area is located in outdoor between Joglo House and Camat House form of fitness center so arranged and pampered by beautiful rural landscape, palms waving, chirping birds and gurgling water in the big pond overgrown with plants and lotus flowers.

An open area for outdoor banquets are laid out nicely in between bamboo grove, shade trees as well as small streams that cut through d'Omah complex, the river is a natural part of the original landscape of Tembi village.

A cakruk or huts made of carved wood is placed in corner of front porch Joglo House. Sitting cross-legged leaning big pillows to watch the farmers to leave or return in paddy fields, the sound of ducks on river, the greengrocer and children were leaving or coming home from school.

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Design and layout of entire complex done by the owner. Not surprising considering Warwick is the designer and owner of PT. Out Of Asia, one of the pioneering large-scale handicraft industry which has successfully accessed the international market networks such as Macy's, Harrods and Marshall Field's.

All parts of resort using the physical elements of traditional Javanese house in form of Limasan, Joglo and villager houses. Spirit eclectic harmony applied to modifications of traditional Javanese house along with variety of old wood furnishings predominantly derived from Yogyakarta and Java island.

Traditional elements combined with more modern contemporary elements such as the placement of pool in each housing unit placed in middle as the transition area at Joglo House or in the backyard of Pendopo House, bedding element, the placement of modern sofas and modern bathroom concept.

Tinuku d'Omah Hotel Yogyakarta designing layout, architecture and interior ethnographic genuine Javanese literature

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Tinuku d'Omah Hotel Yogyakarta designing layout, architecture and interior ethnographic genuine Javanese literature

The earthquake in Yogyakarta in 2006 whose epicenter centered in devastated Tembi complex. Extent of the damage suffered by Warwick up to 70%. Most of the antique collections in form of paintings and ancient Chinese ceramics were destroyed along the walls.

Hearing the news, Warwick day later flew to Yogyakarta, made number of evacuation, then revive Tembi complex and also actively assist in the recovery of the houses approximately 126 families around the complex.

Bantul Regency is located in south of Yogyakarta widely is the leading craft centers in the world. Variety selection of products to meet the needs artistic crafts such as pottery in Kasongan, wooden batik in Krebet, leather craft in Manding, batik textiles and wooden furniture in Imogiri to various natural fiber products hyacinth and banana tree.

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