Hepta Desain

Jl. Dederuk No. 25, Bandung, Indonesia

Grha Persada Cafe

Grha Persada Café is located at the center of Graha Persada 1 office site, Bekasi. This building presented as part of supplementary services from the owner of the building to the tenant rented the office building. The building is designed to be very transparent and accessible. Only the ‘72 sqm traditional pattern resin’ facade that covers most of the 2nd floor area, to reduce sunlight into the building.

Exposed structure and material is also part of the concept of this building. Steel structure, brick walls material, andesite floors, and PVC roof are exposed. A 1.6 cm thick frameless glass bridge is used as an access to the stairs so that visitors can see the fish in the pool. Salvaged materials railroads used on the steps of the cantilever steel stair.

Various support service functions is presented on this 375 square meter building. There is a cafe with a variations of Indonesia’s cuisine menu, a small coffe corner, and a rentable meeting room on the ground floor. A ‘mushola’ (pray room) is located on the 2nd floor. With these facilities, the building is expected to serve as a meeting point, a lounge area, as well as alternative informal meeting for office employees.


Bekasi, Jawa Barat   |   10 Photos

HKBP Pekalongan

Pekalongan, Jawa Tengah   |   6 Photos

HKBP Reformanda Bandung

Bandung, Indonesia   |   6 Photos

HKBP Serpong Church

This church was designed by offering a new typology for a tropical batak church with a high and large roof which useful to anticipate the climate and environmental conditions. In general, the typology of ethnic communities Batak church is kind of like a church building in the German countryside (derived from the missionaries who spread Christianity in Batak communities), which has a high roof and bell tower on the front side. This typology is now applied in the whole HKBP church building in Indonesia, both in urban and rural areas, nor cool highland and humid seaside areas.

The church design typology tries to criticize it and make design based on ‘dialogue’ with the environment and the Batak communities. The churches in the city generally has a complex space which is suitable for heterogeneous and pluralistic society in the city. The church is expected to be a good public space for the community without compromising privacy that society. Architecture of rumah panggung shaped like a ship. This is the main idea of the relationship of the main building and courtyard. Outer space and garden areas were designed to be a space of social interaction, such as in the traditional village of Batak Toba.

Serpong, Tangerang   |   9 Photos

Jorr Office

Jakarta, Indonesia   |   5 Photos

Patra Jasa Bandung Lounge

Design Team

  • Jimmy R Purba
  • Riana Safitri
Bandung, Indonesia   |   6 Photos

Patra Jasa Bandung Pool & Cafe

Design Team :

  • Jimmy R Purba
  • T. Fahmi Ferdiansyah
  • Riana Safitri
  • Adinda Januardani
  • Maretta Pangaribuan
Bandung, Indonesia   |   12 Photos

Tugu Simatupang, Muara

Muara, Sumatera Utara   |   7 Photos

Taman Patra Raya Residential

Design Team :

  • Jimmy R Purba
  • Rinaldi Ridwan
  • Aris Munandar
  • T. Fahmi Ferdiansyah
  • Ganesha Gunadharma
Jakarta, Indonesia   |   8 Photos

Synantham School

Rawamangun, Jakarta Timur   |   8 Photos