Scandinavian ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Scandinavian 

Owner: Ms.J

Batam Centre – Indonesia

Scandinavian bedroom decoration is perfect for you to apply if you prefer a clean look that is not much color in a room, one of which is included in the bedroom. The Scandinavian decoration is synonymous with pure white color which makes the room seem more spacious and more comfortable because it makes you more comfortable.

There is the application of interior design in a classic or modern style bedroom such as a minimalist design that looks simpler. However, it is not only minimalism that is thick in its simplicity. Scandinavian-style decoration also offers simplicity combined with modern concepts. For those of you who are interested in turning your bedroom into the Scandinavian style, here are some inspirations you can try.

One of the things you should know about Scandinavian interior decoration is a very limited color palette. Your bedroom should be dominated by white but also add a touch of gray, black, pale blue, or fewer pastels. A color other than white is used in Scandinavian home interiors so that the rooms don’t seem boring.

However, the white color is very applied to Scandinavian style bedrooms to create a frugal space and lots of accents.

Scandinavian design is one of the most talked-about designs by world designers. The reason is, this design has characteristics that offer simple but still elegant. You can apply a Scandinavian design on the exterior or interior of the dwelling. Hopefully, this Scandinavian style bedroom idea will be an inspiration for you.


Fusion Between Classic and Industrial ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Classic and Industrial Concept

Location: Podomoro Batam

Owner: Mr. R

In the past few years, industrial design has become increasingly popular and it’s easy to see why. The look is based on combining the best aspects of old-world charm with modern sleekness. In essence, it’s a perfect compromise. However, there’s one big misconception keeping this style from becoming a household staple.

When picturing these designs, we typically think of lofts with big open windows and lots of exposed brick. Those who live in less urban environments may feel they don’t have the right surroundings, that their living spaces are too traditional to really pull off this look.

We’re here to tell you that couldn’t be further from the truth. Let us prove to you that every room can benefit from a dose of industrial style. Continue below to learn more about why this look works and how you can bring it into your own interiors. Before you know it, you’ll be ready to create an industrial design of your own

One of the first things you’ll notice about industrial spaces is that there aren’t a lot of bold pops of color. Instead, this style relies on using a combination of neutral shades to create a clean look. Keep this in mind as you choose your color palette.

That said, not all neutrals are created equal. In contrast to the starkness put forth by more traditionally modern spaces, industrial interiors tend to have more of a warm and inviting feel to them. This is because, rather than favoring black and white hues to create a harsh contrast, they incorporate a variety of browns and tans. Use these shades as your dominant colors with other neutrals serving as accents.

Don’t forget that natural materials also count as neutrals. If you’re lucky enough to live in a home with brick walls or exposed duct work, those should absolutely take center stage. Even if not, you could also consider incorporating a variety of wood, stone and metal pieces into your design.

Since we typically think of that urban loft space as the industrial ideal, it is important to try and re-create that feeling regardless of your surroundings. If you have the square footage, go all in on an open concept layout. If not, focus on making the room feel as open as possible.

You know this means making sure your design includes plenty of negative space. Instead of filling the room with lots of clutter, make sure its function is the focus. Keep any pathways to travel around the room as wide as you can and try to limit any purchases with pieces that pull double duty in terms of usage and aesthetic value


Office City Loft Concept ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

City Loft Sudirman

Location Jakarta

The concept of flexibility in architecture can divide into various topics depending on the residential building’s physical, mechanical and structural systems at the stage of planning, design and practice. 

This classification can change depending on the bearing elements i.e. built-in elements (columns, slabs, vertical installation shafts, vertical circulation elements) and variable parts (non-load bearing walls, plane of working, display elements). 

Archictecture describes flexibility as a method, which is depending on principles of construction and distribution of service spaces. He explains that the main components of flexible scheme are pre-planned relations between the loadbearing axis, loadbearing interior partitions, central heating, water and electricity services, main and service spaces. Ustun also notes that the adaptability is based on basis of planning and organization. 

Room sizes, spatial relations between rooms, load bearing internal dividers, the perception of space regardless of function are the parameters of adaptation.1 The adaptability is to provide opportunity for reuse of residential space with a different function at any period of time. Obsolescence of function in residential space is a problem, decreasing the value of the building. The solution is changing use without changing structural components; in other words it is the principle of adaptability, which provides flexibility. The variability is to grow outward, to expand by way of modules. As it is understood from this point, the difference between adaptability and variability is the structural components coming into play and their ability to change.


Art of Copper and Marble ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Club House

Location: Makassar
Owner: Mr. S

Interior design is defined as, “the art or process of designing the interior decoration of a room or building.” While a “process” may include a set of rules or stringent guidelines, the concept of “art” is much more fluid and subjective. Consequently, perceptions of design style can be confusing without a common frame of reference. If a client cannot clearly articulate his or her vision for decorating a residential or commercial space, it presents a great challenge for an interior designer. This glossary was created to inform, inspire and empower.

Purpose of this home decorating styles glossary

Inform – Serve as a comprehensive repository of style definitions

Inspire – Help clients visualize how various rooms and styles can be blended to create a personalized
decor theme

Empower – Make it easier for designers and clients to effectively communicate ideas
What are the most popular interior design styles?

Much like expressionist abstract art, abstract interior design focuses on unique architectural elements, such as asymmetrical doorways and home furnishings. It’s similar to modern or contemporary design in that it utilizes clean lines, though abstract style also incorporates chaotic aspects to offer a fresh and unique perspective. This type of interior design lends itself to bold colors, such as yellows, blues and oranges. Black is used as a contrasting element to create a striking statement. Tables, chairs and sofas have clean lines, but much like the entirety of the abstract style, these furniture pieces are asymmetrical. Lighting also features simple lines and borrows from a modern aesthetic. You might see a geometric diamond-shaped pendant that casts abstract lighting throughout the interior.

This mid-century style combines modernity with idealistic minimalism. Unlike angular art deco, art moderne (a.k.a. streamline moderne) designs are tapered, rounded and have a more horizontal emphasis. Doorways, windows and other architectural elements come with curved corners. Raw, natural textures such as metal, terra cotta tile, copper, concrete and glass are all mixed and matched throughout the home as well. The key to art moderne is simplicity – decorative patterns are scarce. Instead, solid neutrals really help to make a strong statement. Furniture is stripped down and typically emulates a sense of motion with pieces like tiered tables. Chairs and sofas also have rounded edges and use contrasting material colors like black and white. Surfaces are glossy to give the furniture a modern feel. Floor and table lamps are popular light fixtures in the art moderne style. These lamps commonly feature frosted glass and shades are circular and also made of glass.


Concept “Between Line and Shape” ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Dental Clinic
Owner Ms. A
Location: Duta Mas Batam

Just like art, A designer needs to satisfy more than just the pure functionality purposes of a design. The composition, the space, the forms and the interior give sensation and meaning to the design to create an experience famously known as “emotional conceptual”.


Space is one of the most important elements of design. Space is an intangible attribute of a design defined in terms of forms, shapes, size, color, smell, time, location. and atmosphere. In this article, we will discuss the basic elements of form and space, what makes up the space and how the positive and negative elements in a space create a unity of opposites that defines our visual field and experience. Designer is an art when one consciously or unconsciously creates aesthetic emotion in the atmosphere and when this environment produces wellbeing.

Space by itself is inherently formless and can be as open or as closed, as cluttered or as empty as intended. It can be the smell of flowers in the garden or the cloudy sky occupying our view from the windows. It can be consciously meaningless or meaningful based on our brain associations with the form and mass in our visual field. 


It all starts with a point in the space in a given time. A point marks a position in space. Two points define the composition of a line. A line that moves away from its inherited direction forms a plan establishes length and width in the space. One of the key characteristics of a plane is shape which is the characteristic outline of the plane and the primary means for us to recognize and identify the visual constructs around us. Color, texture and pattern of a plane affect the visual weight and stability it carries in our visual perception.