SN House Occupies Compact Needs in A Narrow Site Area
An urban residence in Bandung, SN House, occupies residence as well as a workplace and a comfortable and very spacious boutique showroom at its ground floor area.
The house plan is privacy-wise categorised into three: public area at the ground floor; semi private area at the second floor; and private area, consisting bedrooms, at the third floor. With a relatively narrow, yet extends backwards, site area, RUANG RONA transform the project to a compact layout. The additional side garden openings adds a spacious impression as well as an to create better natural air circulation inside the house.
The facade is designed in a fairly massive triangular shape from the front of the building. Below it, a wooden second skin balance it harmoniously. This second screen acts as a louvre that can be open and close randomly, so that air circulation can flow properly to all corners of the house.