As part of the architectural compound built by Max ID NY in the Island of Bali, Indonesia. Designed around a central antique structure of a beautiful old javanese joglo. As the central structural core is meant to be admired, Maximilian decided to take this concept further and attenuate a visual exoskeleton to the internal structure of the house. Using a reclaimed teak exoskeleton to tie in with the main core and help visually differentiate the 3 spaces under 1 roof.
Heavily influenced by Japanese architecture the interior and exterior focuses on the minimalistic use of materials, focusing around raw solid teak and Natural stone.