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Cassa de Saba

Casa De Saba is a mixeduse building where several functions are combined in it. There are interior galleries, public spaces, interior offices, and 2 villa units. The concept raised is colonial as seen from the formation of the facade, color tones and materials used.

Architect : Pitamasa Studio
Location : Gianyar, Bali
Land Area : 1700 M2
Floor Area : 827 M2
Desion Period : November 2022 - February 2023
Construction Period : Under Constructión
Structure Concultant : Josd Structure
Mep Concultant : -
Main Contractor : Nata Construction

Detail Description

In layout, there are 4 main building perieds, namely an office building with 2 floors, a gallery building with a jogloappearance and two villa units. In the front area, namely parking, there is no massive wall partition so that the impression of open space is already reflected in the front area

The communal area is also placed in the front area after the main entrance so that it can be a transition to each building function. In the interior gallery section, the joglo building is placed in the center area to become a vocal point, a gallery in the form of a mokeup show for the interior and there is a bar for visitors. The back area also has a seating area for visitors with a view of the rice fields to the back area. In the Office there are two floors with different functions, the lower floor is used for packing interiar items before being sent while the upper floor is used for staff rooms. There are two villa units in addition to the owner's residence, other villa units are also designed for furniture photography needs. So there are indeed several spots designed to accommodate these functions.

The material chosen has a white color tone with a combination of texture paint and bobos stone. In addition, the exposure of white wash wooden roof trusses adds to the colonial impression of the building. The formation of the curved apenings and blocked on the glass part is able to emphasize the colonial in the building facade area.