Anton Adianto graduated from Parahyangan Catholic University majoring in architecture. His passion for writing, watching movies, listening to music, uncovering design, exploring the culinary world, traveling, delving into the philosophy of life, meeting people and disclosing all matters related to technology feeds his curiosity. Currently he resides in both Jakarta and Bandung.
Architecture / InteriorAwarta's Sacred Treasure of Romantic HistoryAwarta Nusa Dua's eclectic Chinese-Inspired Balinese architecture style with a touch of modernity.
Architecture / InteriorStaying at Wapa Di UmeDesigned by a Bali-born architect, Wapa di Ume reflects a natural haven amidst the tranquility of Ubud.3/6/2018
InterviewD-associates' Offbeat Take on DesignThe architectural consultants d-associates, winner of the Arcasia Awards for Architecture in Hong Kong for their DRA House featured in this edition, has a unique perspective on design. The firm is helmed by Gregorius Supie Yolodi and Maria Rosantina, who have merged their inspirations and ideas to c3/26/2017
Architecture / InteriorNew Look for Delhi Art GalleryThe Delhi Art Gallery is an endeavour to create a simplistic space to retail the best of contemporary art in India, while positioning itself as part of the new Indian Contemporary Art Retail Paradigm. 3/18/2017
Architecture / InteriorRefined, Modern and TropicalUnderstanding a client is the first step in presenting a good plan for a private residence. One example of this can be seen in the beautiful home owned by a young couple near Graha Famili in Surabaya, East Java.3/16/2017
Architecture / InteriorSteeped in Balinese traditionUnlike other holiday villas in Bali that combine the western concept of a retreat with Balinese exoticism, the DRA House in Sanur, a recent masterpiece of d-associates, is a vacation home crafted with simplicity and an understanding of the philosophy of the traditional Balinese compound, resulting i3/14/2017
Architecture / InteriorSmart take on the boarding houseIt’s no secret that boarding houses in Indonesia have often been designed recklessly without heed to aesthetic values. A large number have been built only to maximize profit by adding rooms without considering the habitable compositions and scales. Surabaya is now home to a bioclimatic and biophilic2/28/2017
Architecture / InteriorDPI Office: A Second HomeFor a design firm, creativity is connected to productivity. The office of designpartners Indonesia (DPI), an interior design consultantcy firm, evinces this with an engaging environment and a space that exudes comfort akin to a second home.2/26/2017
Architecture / InteriorRooms with a ViewMost Indonesian people still opt for a landed house for living quarters, including those in Surabaya. Given that the price of land to build comfortable housing has soared in recent years, the noted developer Intiland has come up with a brilliant solution: The Rosebay, a low-rise residence with a res2/6/2017
Architecture / InteriorGudang Garam's Urban SanctuaryAs one of the largest companies in Indonesia, PT Gudang Garam Tbk has always come up with remarkable feats since its conception in 1958 in Kediri, East Java. One of these achievements is the creation of a hotel/exclusive apartment named Gudang Garam Residence (GG Residence) which is located right be2/6/2017