The house is set on a secluded site in Bintaro, Southern Jakarta. The architecture is a bold mix of raw and slick materials, with dramatic volumes and lighting.
The monochromatic palette of materials throughout the house was selected to ensure a balance and contrast between slick, modern elements and a soft, natural feel. In the guest bathroom, the exposed off shutter concrete walls surrounding the vanity area have been left untreated, and serve as the backdrop for a polished brass vanity counter, a sculptural white basin, and a round mirror which conceals a light which washes over the concrete, accenting its roughness. Andi Wirawan, is essentially an architectural grid comprised of various species of long and short grasses, with hedges on the perimeters to screen the boundary walls, and several trees which shade specific areas of the house while serving as focal points.