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Royal Tulip Gunung Geulis Resort & Golf

Jl Pasir Angin Gadog, Bogor, Indonesia

Scope of Work

Architecture, Artwork, Interior Design, Landscape, Special Lighting


50,000 sqm


PT  Mulia Colliman International


Royal Tulip


Louvre Hotel Group

Corporate Firm

Hadiprana Design & Hadirana Artwork




Jl Pasir Angin Gadog, Bogor, Indonesia


Winner of Commercial Design Award 2016, Style & Decor Magazine for "Best Resort Hotel Design of the Year" & Winner of HDII Award 2017 for "Interior Design- Hospitality" & Winners of World Luxury Hotel Awards 2017 for "Continent Winners of Luxury Golf Resort"

“Architecture and nature sing in harmony; the building is intentionally exposed, integrated, and intertwined with the mountainous landscape. This concept is inspired by the site's condition, which has significant contours and hills spread out. One of the challenges was to allow the architecture to respect the existing contours without any extensive cutting and filling of the land.”
 Spatial Planning
“Framing The Nature”
 Creating a conversation between nature’s finest curved lines with man-made straight lines
With the conscience of harmonic application of materials, finishing, colors, shapes, compositions and elements to create spatial experience with the concept of “framing the view”
The user journey of guests throughout the hotel is utmost important, hence every area and room simply evokes an element of surprise, and story within itself to create a unified plot.
Just as nature creates a “layering” effect within its composition, similarly, Hadiprana Design composed the furniture and element placement, which shapes the interior space, with a layering concept. As a result, the sense of depth established became a response towards nature’s pure beauty.
(Overall Interior Design Concept)
Context Approach: Bogor
Geographically, Bogor is not detached from Jakarta and Bandung. With its unique landscapes and well preserved nature, Bogor remains as a favorite destination amongst “weekenders” and “short get-away” tourists.

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