Sahabat Selojene creates 2.8-metre-wide hotel in Indonesia
건축 스튜디오 사하밧 셀로진은 인도네시아 중부 자바에 폭 2.8미터에 불과한 부지에 7개의 침실을 갖춘 호텔인 피투룸(PituRooms)을 만들었습니다. 스튜디오에서 '가장 얇은 호텔'이라고 부르는 이 호텔은 살라티가(Salatiga)의 골목길과 주택 사이에 자리 잡고 있는데, 이 부지는 건축이 어려워 '쓰레기장'으로 방치되어 관심을 끌지 못했던 곳입니다. 사하바트 셀로진의 설립자 아리 인드라는 "한계를 잠재력으로 바꿀 수 있다"는 것을 보여주기 위해 이 문제를 해결하고자 피투룸을 설계하고 현재 운영하고 있습니다.. translate by DeepL
Architecture studio Sahabat Selojene has created PituRooms, a seven bedroom hotel in Central Java in Indonesia that occupies a site measuring just 2.8 metres in width.
Dubbed the "skinniest hotel ever" by the studio, the hotel sits between an alleyway and houses on a plot in Salatiga that had struggled to attract interest and was left as a "dumping ground" due to the difficulty of building on it.
Taking up the challenge, Sahabat Selojene founder Ary Indra designed and now operates PituRooms in order to demonstrate how "limitation can be turned into potential".
"Aside from the technical difficulties, the biggest challenge was the typical mindset surrounding the hospitality industry that is used to superlative words: biggest, tallest, most luxurious," Indra told Dezeen. "Here we are skinniest."
"We tried very hard to turn this limitation to become our strongest selling point, that this is a built study of micro-space, and guests can experience the possibility of living and choreographing their movement in 'just enough' space," Indra continued.
"So far the reaction we receive from our guests is that they are amazed by how little space is actually needed to live and move comfortably."
Due to the size and location of the site, pile foundations could not be used, so Indra worked closely with structural consultants to create deep well foundations that prevent the tall, narrow concrete structure from twisting.
The building is one room wide. Each "micro room" measures 2.8 by three metres with a height of 2.4 metres and contains a double bed and a bathroom pod with a toilet and shower.