Anchored on a hillside in Indonesia, this unique house is named Z-line. The design of this house comes from the mindset of wanting to combine architecture with spatial geometry. Looking outside the impressive white house, surely anyone is impressed with the stacked blocks. This unique feature maximizes the site’s existing potential.
However, this “unique” design has to rely on calculations on the façade to exploit the contrast between spatially conflicting elements. Going deep inside, the functional areas are mostly open space to take advantage of as much natural light as possible. The owner planted more trees to add a cool green color to the white block.
The interior spaces are designed flexibly so that homeowners can easily move from room to room without hindrance, seemingly removing all space limitations. The “problem” of balancing geometry and structure is also applied to the design of this house.
The swimming pool area has an outdoor “protrusion” part with a street scene filled with shady trees, serving the needs of rest and relaxation of the owners after stressful working hours. This design also helps to maximize the beautiful view of the indoor pool location.
Like the simple exterior, the interior is also not fussy with three main tones of white – gray – brown. In addition to tables and chairs and other necessary furniture, the house does not seem to display many decorations, making the space more spacious and comfortable. In return, the chairs have interesting shapes to help the house become modern and close.