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Modern Architecture & Interior design in Indonesia

Updated on March 27, 2010

Designs and everything else from Indonesia

Yaaay! This is my first hub.. prepared to see the adventure through my lens! My name is Chendra Cahyadi, I'm a full time photographer. My specialties are Architecture - Interior design and Food Photography. I'm a Surabaya, Indonesia based photography... but I'm so blessed cause i could to beautiful places around the world, taking photos and being paid for what i do!

Through this hub, I want to share my works...

enjoy ...

Interior design in Indonesia

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The architectural design of Ritz Carlton hotel in JakartaA bedroom in golf view apartmentContemporary dining tableHome theater with great lightingDining table in a posh apartment
The architectural design of Ritz Carlton hotel in Jakarta
The architectural design of Ritz Carlton hotel in Jakarta
A bedroom in golf view apartment
A bedroom in golf view apartment
Contemporary dining table
Contemporary dining table
Home theater with great lighting
Home theater with great lighting
Dining table in a posh apartment
Dining table in a posh apartment

Credits

Interior & Architecture Photography by Chendra Cahyadi.

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      relica 7 years ago from California

      I love the clean, contemporary lines of the decor. Even the more traditional dining area has very sleek and clean lines.

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      shanel 7 years ago from Seattle

      The wide open, uncluttered spaces of modern Indonesian style are quite attractive. Great hub.

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      Mark 5 years ago

      I think it's ugly... no choices have been made... a big mess of different styles... the clash of modernist elements with this temporary baroque elements... pfff... hate it.... exterior is also something you see everywhere in the world... no innovation, no relation to context, no own identity... I can't blaim the photographer though.... ;-)

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