Vernacular architecture, or what is commonly referred to as a traditional house, is rarely the choice of people in building their dream dwellings.
Traditional houses are often considered outdated and rigid. In fact, every region in Indonesia has a traditional house with its own peculiarities.
In Surabaya, precisely on an area of 450 square meters, stands a traditional style house on stilts in a typical Manado area of 95 square meters. On the same land, two more building masses stand; Lombok typical house and more room for service area.
To the inside, you will see the result of a combination of the traditional look of traditional Manado stage houses, mingling with modern breathing interior elements created by Surabaya’s interior design studio, Michael Lauw Studio.
The choice of pastel-colored colors such as gray was chosen as an accent on products such as armchairs, sofas, and curtains to make it look natural …