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Jaya Pratomo Ibrahim

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LAMONT - Trade, 12 May 2011 [cached]
'For wonderful contemporary accessories visit LAMONT' -Jaya Ibrahim, Interior Designer for The Setai Hotel and Aman Summer Palace
Jaya Ibrahim who has ..., 5 Dec 2009 [cached]
Jaya Ibrahim who has designed and created Setai in South Beach, and some of the most beautiful resorts in Bali, among them The Four Seasons, will also design the interior of CHI Tower.
A climate-controlled wine cellar with tasting room is also included at CHI, designed by Jaya Ibrahim, who is also the designer of the Setai in South Beach and The Four Seasons in Bali.
"And when We made the House a place of assembly for men and a sanctuary, (saying): Take as your place of worship, the place where Ibrahim stood (to pray). And We imposed a duty upon Ibrahim and Isma'eel, (saying): Purify My House for those who go around and those who meditate therein and those who bow down and prostrate themselves (in worship)" (The Cow 2:125)
The Setai, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
Internationally acclaimed designers Jean Michel Gathy of Denniston International and Jaya Pratomo Ibrahim of Jaya & Associates have contributed their unique expertise to The Setai's landscape architecture, interior design and general architecture in collaboration with the New York firm Alayo Architects and Miami-based Schapiro & Associates.
I am looking for contact information for Jaya Pratomo Ibrahim of Jaya & Associates. Does anyone have this contact information?
Thanks Posted by: Jandia on Aug 31, 05 | 9:48 am
I would like to contact Architect Jaya Pratomo Ibrahim too.
Capella Singapore Hotel | 5-Star Luxury Hotels | Capella, 30 Mar 2009 [cached]
Designed by acclaimed interior designer Jaya Ibrahim, founder of Jaya and Associates, the warm and inviting palettes of the rooms reflect the underlying influence of the tropical setting.
Indonesia Design, 8 May 2015 [cached]
As the interior design world mourns over the passing of Jaya Ibrahim, we are remembering his legacy that consists of designs bearing symmetrical patterns such as The Legian in Bali, The Dharmawangsa Hotel in Jakarta, The Fuchun Resort in China, The Setai in Miami, The Club at The Saujana in Kuala Lumpur and The Hacienda Uayamon in Yucatan. Although he never attended interior design school, he was placed in the same category as many international interior designers. His distinct vision and concept of beauty made him into one of Indonesia’s best interior designers who left us his words of wisdom, “An interior design can only be successful when the person using it can understand the design and is able to enjoy it to the fullest.â€
Jaya Portrait - Working at Desk Horizontal JPG
Jaya was the first event speaker at Indonesia Design’s 11th Anniversary Seminar held at The Dharmawangsa in Jakarta, a hotel that features his Indonesian colonial inspired design. He talked about his best projects such as The Nam Hai in Hoi An, Vietnam among others. However, his first personal project was his parents’ new family home in the mid 80s. As he was in England at the time, he was influenced by the Memphis movement and the celebration of the centennial of Sir Edwin Lutyens.
He took the aforementioned strands and styles and designed the private house.
To Jaya personally, it was an experiment above all and a test to his own discipline. As for his most memorable masterpiece, he considered The Legian Bali of being just that since it was his first commercial project and he allowed the energy of its surroundings to naturally dominate and be part of the interior design. It was a masterpiece precisely because nothing was done to impress onlookers!
He was interested in the world of design ever since he was young but in those days, being an interior designer was not a popular occupation in Indonesia. So Jaya studied economics in England and when he graduated, he worked for a year in accounting but soon realized that it was not his calling. He then moved on to work as a back of house employee at the Blakes Hotel and Hempel Hotel. One day, his aesthetics caught the eye of London-based designer, Anouska Hempel and she asked him to help her in the design department. Jaya found out he enjoyed being involved so much that he did not see it as a job. It remained his passion ever since.
His education was more about how to organise his thoughts and how to foresee the implications of certain moves or decision makings. When he was still working in England several people told him that Indonesia was rapidly constructing buildings but not many interior designers were available. At the same time England was hit by economic crisis so projects were scarce. So he decided to return home to Indonesia in 1990. Years later he established Jaya International Designs.
According to Jaya, balance and symmetry create tranquillity. When someone enters a room with a symmetrical layout, the person will immediately feel relaxed and is not burdened by further ideas as to whether the furniture inside the room would look better elsewhere or if the view would be improved across the room. He wanted guests to instantly unwind when they get inside their rooms and enjoy their stay there.
The three important characteristics of a well-designed interior according to Jaya were: A well thought-out circulation, a human scale and a good background; all characteristics that he possessed as he left us his immaculate legacy. Yes, our country indeed has lost one of its nation’s greatest sons, respected mentors of interior design and a wonderful human being. Jaya, may you rest in peace.
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