Neo Classic "Victorian"


Owner: Mr SC

Location : Jodoh
Batam Indonesia

The neoclassical style is about elegance and sophistication. This style is more modest and muted than the conspicuous display of wealth 

The colors in the neoclassical style are generally mild: cream, gray, blue, yellow and green. Luster black, red, gold and silver are used mainly as patches of color to highlight the overall style. A gentle and pervasive flower theme creates a chic look from floor to ceiling

The furniture in the neoclassical style is simple but symmetrical. Dark wood furniture is typical and rooms are embellished with beautiful ornaments, stone and marble floors, and Persian carpets. The fabrics are luxurious but not ostentatious – damask silk, brocade, linen, and velvet.

Contemporer "Batik is our heritage"


Owner: Mr. TT

Hotel Boutique Harbour Bay Batam
Batam – Indonesia


“It is so important that the world finally recognize and acknowledge batik as an Indonesian heritage,

Batik has always been and always be Indonesia’s leading heritage. The masterfully painted cloth is known internationally for its unique style and traditional ambiance. Batik is one of Indonesia’s proudest heritages.

Traditional batik has notable meanings with roots in the Javanese conceptualization of the universe. Particular designs are associated with specific religious ceremonies, some are reserved for the Sultan and his family, and certain areas are known for a predominance of specific designs. It might take considerable study to completely understand the different types of batik designs and their origins (there are so many); the colors, patterns, and concepts vary vastly depending on where the batik was produced-but appreciation is most absolutely instant. The best place to get traditional batik textiles is in Central Java, although Bali and any other island in Indonesia has their own distinctive styles, many of which are modern.



Contemporer “Reflection of Nature” ~ INTERIOR DESIGN



Owner: Mr. W


Bukit Permata
Batam – Indonesia



There’s something just so peaceful about being in a place like nature. I mean, take a look at the reflection of nature.

Mountains reflected in a pool of water or an overall color palette of browns and greens. Walls, furniture and accent décor made from wood and stone or large windows that allow the landscapes of the outdoors to feel close by. There are many ways to bring nature into a design. This blending of materials with the design creates a serene setting perfect for combination.

Light changes forms throughout the day, and designer changes with the light. This is one of the main
challenges of design. Choosing the light to balance and render the forms of the room is critical to a good lighting. Shadows define form, shadows and light, time of day and angle of the sun all play a role in defining form. Light also changes with the time of year, and time of year is important in telling the story of a design.

Anything natural is cherished in the field of concept. The more natural a piece of design,


Post Modern Design Concepy “Between Wood and Stone” ~ INTERIOR DESIGN



Owner: Mr. W

Location: Batam – Indonesia

We live in a period of transition from modernism to postmodernism. Postmodern elements can be traced in architecture, art, and consumer behavior. Postmodernism is a era without a dominant ideology but with a pluralism of styles. Social and technical changes create four dominant postmodern conditions related to fragmentation of markets and experiences, hyper reality of products and services, value realization.

Design Features of Postmodern furniture and accessories are usually expensive, especially when they are vintage originals and of Italian design. Although a room full of radical with furnishings may only appeal to the eccentric client who can afford it, these eclectic accents can still be tastefully incorporated into other design schemes in smaller doses. This revolution of radical form went on to inspire new era.

The concept is the result of a collaboration between the wood and stone are their amazing texture and art which come from our mother of nature.