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DDAP Architect is an architecture consultant based in Bali. Focusing to architecture and master plan projects. Aside from that, DDAP also active participating in national and international design competitions. DDAP Architect’s motto is Create Identity in Diversity.

Create Identity in Diversity

Asia is a culturally rich continent, especially Southeast Asia with thousands islands and diverse ethnic and culture. The diversity is also shaped its own unique architecture and their city patterns. This matter lead to a question. How can we DDAP architect have our identity despite its diversity? One of the method used to solve this issue is Herman Hertzberger’s Warp & Weft theory which stated that each city or region has their own patterns like fabric constructed by weft yarn and warp yarn. The place where we build our environment is part of the fabric with its pattern and texture, So, if design abandons this pattern, it surely can’t be fitted to its pattern and will create chaos. The concept is transcribed by DDAP Architect into a design process, producing an interactive and communicative design with its concept, space, proportion, material, and building mass.  From this on, hopefully DDAP Architect will disclose a design identity, not only shown from the result but also from design process. This approach is a reading the sprit of the place which we also known as “Genius Loci”.

Pandawa's Villas

by DDAP Architect

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The Pandawa Villas is located in Kendran, upon a secluded hill of Ubud Bali. The owner wants to recreate the atmosphere of Panca Pandawa tales to the building. Pandawa Villas gives the natural elements and features a spacious design that eschews boundaries and creating an expansive feeling. From the tale-bearing bale guests are led towards the main structure of the compound, which is called the Arjuna Lounge, a large and designed wantilan-style pavilion without any partition, creating a relaxed and welcoming ambience. Each villas has distinctive characteristics, colors and fragrances that are associated with the Pandawa brother that it is named after. Appreciations: Indonesia Design May - Jun 2011 - Interior Awards. Indonesia Design Front Cover May - Jun 2011. Highend Magazine Jan 2011 - Paradise at Pandawas. Highend Magazine Nov 2011- The Devine Design. Registry Magazine May 2011 - Luxury Simply Redefined.

Location Jln. Kendaran, Tegallantang, Ubud
City Ubud
Property Type Villa
Area Size 6800 sqm
Design Style Traditional, Tropical, Ethnic
Architect / Designer
Dirgantara I Ketut
Contractor
Gapura Bali
Photograper
Dirgantara I Ketut
Project duration
12 Months
Year of completion
2010