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            • Coverage : 117 cities, 1,883 subdistricts, 2,421 buildings, 408,296 homepass

            Aside for being the place for people in doing many activities, a building is also a place that gives protection and a place where we spend most of our time inside it. The design and shape of buildings in Indonesia have been evolving along with time and with influences from many factors. Biznet is collaborating with one of the best architects in Indonesia to design a comfortable building, since we believe that when a building offers comfort, the people in it will become more productive.


            The Face of Architecture in Indonesia from Time to Time

            What comes up in your mind when you hear the word Architecture? Some of us might connect the word to buildings with unique designs that we often see in many places. The word Architecture originally came from the word "Arhke" (Greek) that means "Original" and "Tekton" that means "strong" so in general, Architecture can be defined as an original way to build something strong. As part of art, Architecture is the art and knowledge that includes designing the whole environment starting from macro level such as city landscaping, architecture landscaping, up to micro level such as product designing.

            In Indonesia, the face of Architecture has a long character and story, so no wonder why many people are interested to learn more about Architecture, both modern and traditional. One of the most interesting parts about the journey of Architecture in Indonesia is the design of Indonesia's traditional houses, called Vernacular Architecture. This type of architecture can be seen in the shape of Gadang House from Padang, Joglo House from Java, and Honai House from Papua. The face of Architecture in Indonesia continues to evolve when the influence from Hindu-Buddha entered Indonesia that can be seen from buildings like temple, and it continues until the colonialism or the Netherlands entered the country.

            Along with time, the face Architecture in Indonesia continues to grow and many architects are coming to change the face of Architecture by giving a modern touch into the design. As a company that was established in 2000 Biznet has also adapted many designs of modern Architecture to keep up with the trend today. Biznet is also collaborating with one of the most well known Architects in Indonesia, Mr. Andra Matin, in creating designs of buildings and layouts. One of the buildings that was designed by Andra Matin, as part of his collaboration with Biznet, is Biznet Technovillage, which is an integrated business facility owned by Biznet located 35 KM South of Jakarta. The concept of Biznet Technovillage is a green building, environmentally friendly with modern and clean design.

            Andra Matin is an Indonesian Architect that has produced many designs with modern and clean touch, highlighting contemporary side and culture of Indonesia. In creating his designs, Andra Matin is always relying on his compassion to save the planet, which he showed through his designs that mostly environmentally friendly with green-building concept.

            Aside from Biznet Technovillage, other designs that he has created also include Cikal School in Cilandak, South Jakarta, Potato Head, a famous club restaurant in Bali, the interior of Fatahillah Museum Jakarta, and other buildings that include modern housing complex, office buildings, and cultural centers.

            Biznet Technovillage, Bogor

            Biznet Technovillage merupakan fasilitas bisnis terintegrasi modern dengan lokasi yang berjarak 35 KM di selatan Jakarta. Konsep bangunan Biznet Technovillage sendiri mengangkat konsep ramah lingkungan dengan desain yang modern dan clean hasil rancangan salah satu Arsitek terbaik Indonesia, Andra Matin.

            Biznet Technovillahe menggunakan sistem penerangan LED secara keseluruhan untuk menghemat penggunaan energi. Sebagai gedung yang ramah lingkungan, Biznet Technovillage juga menyadari pentingnya pohon dan tumbuhan untuk kelangsungan hidup manusia. Oleh karenanya, selama proses pembangunannya, kami memastikan seluruh pohon dirawat dengan baik dan tetap memberikan manfaat bagi kelangsungan hidup lingkungan sekitar. Biznet Technovillage juga memiliki banyak ruangan terbuka untuk memastikan aliran udara lancar dan dapat mendukung kesehatan seluruh pekerja yang ada di dalamnya.

            Andra Matin merupakan seorang Arsitek Indonesia yang telah menghasilkan karya yang dikenal memiliki desain yang modern dan clean dengan gaya kontemporer dan mengangkat nilai-nilai tradisional Indonesia. Dalam membuat desain, Andra Matin selalu mengedepankan rasa peduliannya kepada lingkungan yang digambarkan melalui gedung-gedung hasil rancangannya yang ramah lingkungan dan mengangkat konsep green-building.

            Sejak mendirikan Andra Matin Architects pada tahun 1998, ia telah meraih banyak penghargaan termasuk IAI (Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia) Award pada tahun 1999 dan 2002 untuk Gedung kantor Le Bo Ye Graphic Design dan Gedung Dua8 di Kemang, Jakarta Selatan. Sementara Conrad Chapel di Bali yang ia rancang bersama Antony Liu dan Ferry Ridwan, serta kantor Javaplant di Tawangmangu, Jawa Tengah, juga mendapat tiga penghargaan dari IAI DKI Jakarta pada tahun 2006.

            Selain Biznet Technovillage, beberapa desain yang pernah ia hasilkan sebelumnya termasuk bangunan sekolah Cikal yang berada di Cilandak, Jakarta Selatan, Potato Head, sebuah restoran dan club di Bali, desain interior Museum Fatahillah Jakarta, dan banyak bangunan lainnya yang mencakup desain perumahan modern, gedung perkantoran, dan pusat kebudayaan.



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