New release from Dani Hamdani, he created a template of a "Gedung Sate" (Satay Building). Gedung Sate is a historical and important landmark in west java capital, the city of Bandung. Originally it was a government company building or Gouvernements Bedrijven in Dutch, it is called "Gedung Sate" by locals because of the ornament in the center of the main tower looks like a Satay. Built by East Indies colony government, started in 1920 and completed in 1924. Designed by a well-known young Dutch Architect, J. Gerber and associates. The building design is a mixed of west and east influence, Italian Renaissance with Pagoda style roof, called a Meru. The facade also facing directly to The Tangkuban Perahu Mountain (upside-downed boat mountain) on the North. Dani didn't mention any scale here, but he did say the model length is 14 cm.
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Gedung Sate (Satay Building) Paper Model link
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