Teak House Java

The best in old teak

Joglo is a type of traditional vernacular house of the Javanese people (Javanese: omah). The word joglo refers to the shape of the roof. In the highly hierarchical Javanese culture, the type of the roof of a house reflects the social and economic status of the owners of the house; joglo houses is traditionally associated with Javanese aristocrats. (Cited from Gunawan Tjahjono, ed. (1998). Architecture. Indonesian Heritage. 6. Singapore: Archipelago Press.)

The uniqueness of the shape of the Joglo house lies in the form of a high roof space and is supported by four pillars called “soko guru”.

The shape and size of the Joglo house does look bigger than other traditional Javanese houses. Joglo is the most popular building among other traditional Javanese houses.

Our Collections

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Teak Carving Indonesia
Teak Carvings

Our Services

Permits

Our company is legally valid and has a permit, so you are safe doing business with us. Your safety and comfort are our priorities.

Construction

Our team will help with the delivery and conduct the construction of the building. Our team consists of experienced and trusted artisans.

Guided Inspection

Do you want to visit the village of craftsmen or see the joglo house in their original place? We are ready to accompany you for inspection.

Custom Order

We have a collection of various joglo houses and antique furniture, but we also serve custom orders according to your wishes.

Five Simple Steps

There are only five simple steps to buying a teak house. We provide full assistance from step one to the final step and you will have your own lovely teak house.