*인도네시아 협소주택 AGo Architects builds skinny house in Indonesia on a 3.5-metre plot

3.5미터 폭의 마이크로 하우스. 작은 주거에서는 필연적으로 선택과 집중을 해야 합니다. 그리고 공간을 중첩시켜, 하나의 공간에서 다양한 행위를 할 수 있도록 구성해야 합니다. 인도네시아에 위치한 작은 주거는 이러한 원칙을 지키면서 3명의 가족구성원이 각자의 영역에서 거주할 수 있도록 제공됩니다.


Called 3,500 Millimetre House on account of the narrow plot size, AGo Architects designed the family house in South Jakarta to be as compact as possible.

A mesh of perforated steel and polycarbonate shields the west-facing front of the house, which is covered in full-height glazing.

This outer layer forms the wedge shape and acts as a second skin to provide privacy and sun shading.

With little opportunity for light along the home's long edges, a slim cut-out in the facade runs along the narrow front of the building.

This provides a balcony-style view from the first floor terrace that sits between the mesh and the glazing.

"The programme was the result of a discussion questioning what the clients really need rather than what they want," explained the architecture practice.


"The focus was to create a compact living space with rich experiences, creating a space with minimal walls, various floor levels, and connecting each floor with various types of stair-furniture-facade integration."


The home is split vertically into different functions, with a master bedroom on the ground floor.

A living, kitchen and dining space is on the first floor, the second floor has a child's bedroom and study space, and a roof terrace is at the top of the house.


from dezeen

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