PHL Architects at Indonesian Architecture Week @Seoul 2017

 

 

PHL Architects is currently participating in Indonesian Architecture Week @ Seoul exhibition that is located in Cultural Complex Haenghwa Tang from 2nd to 10th September, 2017. The theme of this year’s exhibition is “Architecture and the City: Indonesian Architecture, Responses, Approaches, and Process.” PHL Architects principal, Mr. Hendy Lim, is attending the exhibition to present the Orange Shelter Project.

Orange Shelter, is a project situated in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia along the Kapuas River. The project aims to revive the use and dependency of water transportation by creating modular shelters as supporting facilities along the river. The shelters integrate the surrounding water and land environment by providing a common sanctuary space. This project is an example of a small intervention in urban network.

 

Moulding Ground Floor of Royal Safari Garden

One of our top projects, Royal Safari Garden has started moulding the ground floor.
Royal Safari Garden is located in Puncak, Cisarua – Bogor, one of the popular retreats to escape the stifling, crowded capital, especially Jakarta. Royal Safari Garden is a master plan, consists of commercial area, meeting room, outbound area, with kids playground and birds aviary, also hotel, bungalow and resort. The plans also integrates with ‘Taman Safari’ Zoo. Therefore Royal Safari Garden was designed to have the “Safari Life” environment inside. The project itself is divided into several phases, start from the redesign of the commercial area which has a role as facade, the image and entrance for the whole master plan.

Orange Shelter at Indonesia Architecture Week @ Seoul 2017

We are proud to announce that our current social project, Orange Shelter, will be exhibited in the upcoming Indonesia Architecture Week @Seoul, from 2nd to 10th September, 2017. Indonesia Architecture Week is an annual exhibition promoting Indonesian Architecture. This year the theme is “Architecture and the City: Indonesian Architecture, Responses, Approaches, and Process.”

Orange Shelter is a project located in Pontianak, Indonesia, specifically along the Kapuas River. The project aims to revive the use and dependency of water transportation by creating modular shelters as supporting facilities along the river. The shelters integrate the surrounding water and land environment by providing a common sanctuary space. This project is an example of a small intervention in urban network.