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Rustic and charming with marvelous history. 
For thousands years, Javanese established the unique civilization that settle some traditional heritage including in the field of architecture. 
Embrace the spirit of Joglo without the slightest change and architectural treasures of the culture from the empire era. 
Joglo still well-preserved for generations and even it have been developed with various modification. 
Joglo showcased its beauty through its generous and harmonious carving.
Every plank of wood speaks of another era.
You can almost feel the footsteps of all those who have trodden on these floors.
Joglo is the most characteristically and complex house. Joglo is associated with the residence of nobility, traditionally reversed for Javanese Palace (Kraton, official residence and the house of aristocrate). But, the simplicity remain the main feature. This simplicity can be seen from the square or rectangular shape on basic building. This form is in accordance with the philosophy of Javanese society that symbolizing a firmness in carrying out the principle of responsibility on ones life. This simplicity turns out to have a very powerful function, that the foundation was formed rigidity softened structure, so the system can harmonize the building shaking as occurs at the soil surface, so the building will not be broken at the pillars in case of big earthquake. Frame construction system has a compact locking system to maintain stability in the overall construction of its roof, because it can be seen from its structure clearly that the theory of construction expenses by following the nature of Earth’s gravity is flattened with heavy loads on the roof construction will result in the overall construction of the house became stable and rigid.

Bungalow / Rumah Gladak as known as stilt house is the different kind of Javanese house that quite famous from Kudus, Central Java. The floor usually use gladakan, which is wooden floor that attached to each other in a row. In addtion to flooring, gladakan also used to store valuables under the wooden floor.

Gazebo is one of favorite building in Javanese, this small pavillion usually located on the garden, used for relaxing or finding inspiration. This Javanese building has been adopted on another Javanese home design style.

Limasan is used for the houses of higher status of Javanese families. The basic ground of limasan is not that different from Rumah Kampung. But it extended by adding a pair of posts at either gable end. The roof transform from ptched roof into a hipped roof, with trapezoidal longitudinal section.

Rumah kampung / Timber House is identifies with the house of the common people. Structurally, Kampung roof is the simplest. It consist of a pitched gable roof, erected over four central column.

TEAK WOOD is the strongest wood in the world. The most salient characteristic of teak is its resistance to all kinds of weather. It also resistent ti decay and easily repels insect. That is why this wood is highly prized by furniture collectors around the world. Because of its rareness and the limited supply of teak in the world, teak is increasingly being sought after.

TUMPANG SARI is a composite wood beam construction widening upwards and usually an odd number and carved. Engraving on tumpang sari is indicating the owner’s social status. Number of composition and type of ornament was made is depended on the homeowners. It is usually symbolizing which have specific meaning and associated with human life on this earth.

GEBYOK is a typical partition from the Javanese house that is used between rooms. Gebyok usually have a typical three dimensional carvings made of high quality wood like teak. Gebyok attractiveness is largely determined by the beauty of the carved details, this partitioning is unique and has a high aesthetic value because it is very unique and can’t be found elsewhere.bGebyok generally use as partition. But it is also placed as a door to the entrance of the house. It can be so interesting because it greeted visitors gracefully and elegantly.