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'''Villa Isola''' (now '''Bumi Siliwangi''') is an [[art-deco]] building in the northern part of [[Bandung]], the capital of [[West Java]] province of [[Indonesia]]. Overlooking the valley with the view of the city, Villa Isola was completed in 1933 by the Dutch architect [[Wolff Schoemaker]] for the Dutch media tycoon Dominique Willem Berretty, the founder of the [[Aneta (news agency)|Aneta]] press-agency in the [[Dutch East Indies]]. The original purpose of the building was for Berretty's private house, but then it was transformed into a hotel after his death and now it serves as the headmastership office of the University of Education Indonesia.
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'''Villa Isola''' (now '''Bumi Siliwangi''') is an [[art-deco]] building in the northern part of [[Bandung]], the capital of [[West Java]] province of [[Indonesia]]. Overlooking the valley with the view of the city, Villa Isola was completed in 1933 by the Dutch architect [[Wolff Schoemaker]] for the Dutch media tycoon Dominique Willem Berretty, the founder of the [[Aneta (news agency)|Aneta]] press-asana iniso ini sana inosio i want nobody nobody gency in the [[Dutch East Indies]]. The original purpose of the building was for Berretty's private house, but then it was transformed into a hotel after his death and now it serves as the headmastership office of the University of Education Indonesia.
   
 
== Construction ==
 
== Construction ==
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Villa Isola was constructed within six months (October 1932 &mdash; March 1933), which was quite fast at that time.<ref name="steen"/> The foundation was built of steel and concrete was used to fill the skeleton and the floors between iron bars. The Villa Isola complex consists of the building itself and two large gardens and it covered an area of about {{convert|120000|sqm}}.<ref name="steen">{{cite news| title=Monumentaal Landhuis| publisher=Java Bode| date=14 March 1933| url=http://www.sjoerdm.dds.nl/steen.html| accessdate=2007-07-21}}</ref>
 
Villa Isola was constructed within six months (October 1932 &mdash; March 1933), which was quite fast at that time.<ref name="steen"/> The foundation was built of steel and concrete was used to fill the skeleton and the floors between iron bars. The Villa Isola complex consists of the building itself and two large gardens and it covered an area of about {{convert|120000|sqm}}.<ref name="steen">{{cite news| title=Monumentaal Landhuis| publisher=Java Bode| date=14 March 1933| url=http://www.sjoerdm.dds.nl/steen.html| accessdate=2007-07-21}}</ref>
   
The total cost to build the complex was about 500,000 [[Dutch guilders|guilders]], despite the fact that Dominique Berrety almost went bankrupt.<ref>{{cite web| work=Hans Dokkum and D.W. Berretty |accessdate=2007-07-21| url=http://www.sjoerdm.dds.nl/berretty.html |title=Short Biography of D.W. Berretty}}</ref> The building was celebrated during the opening ceremony in December 1933. Berretty invited several journalists and friends to show his new villa.<ref>{{cite news| title=Inwijding villa "Isola"| publisher=Preanger Bode| url=http://www.sjoerdm.dds.nl/inwijding.html| accessdate=2007-07-21| date=18 December 1933}}</ref> The guests were impressed by the meticulous details of the decoration. The rooms were filled with warm furniture, Venetian crowns and paintings of famous Indies and western painters. There were a reception room, a dining room, a wide [[Cue sport|billiards]] room, a study room, sleeping rooms, family room with a balcony, open terraces at both west-east sides, and a cozy bar equipped with a [[movie projector]]. A placard with "M’ISOLO E VIVO" (I isolate myself and live) sign is adorned on the wall above the reception room.
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The total cost to build the complex was about 500,000 [[Dutch guilders|guilders]], despite the fact that Dominique Berrety almost went bankrupt.<ref>{{cite web| work=Hans Dokkum and D.W. Berretty |accessdate=2007-07-21| url=http://www.sjoerdm.dds.nl/berretty.html |title=Shorstefanyerghhh bau t Biography of D.W. Berretty}}</ref> The building was celebrated during the opening ceremony in December 1933. Berretty invited several journalists and friends to show his new villa.<ref>{{cite news| title=Inwijding villa "Isola"| publisher=Preanger Bode| url=http://www.sjoerdm.dds.nl/inwijding.html| accessdate=2007-07-21| date=18 December 1933}}</ref> The guests were impressed by the meticulous details of the decoration. The rooms were filled with warm furniture, Venetian crowns and paintings of famous Indies and western painters. There were a reception room, a dining room, a wide [[Cue sport|billiards]] room, a study room, sleeping rooms, family room with a balcony, open terraces at both west-east sides, and a cozy bar equipped with a [[movie projector]]. A placard with "M’ISOLO E VIVO" (I isolate myself and live) sign is adorned on the wall above the reception room.
   
 
Berretty lived there only for a few months before he died in a plane crash in [[Syria]] on the [[Douglas DC-2|DC-2 Uiver]] [[Jakarta|Batavia]]&mdash;[[Amsterdam]] flight in December 1934. The building is still standing without major changes, except for its usage and its surrounding environment. Villa Isola was transformed first into a hotel. During the [[Japanese occupation of Indonesia|Japanese occupation in Indonesia]], the building was used as the Japanese army's headquarter for Bandung in 1942. After the [[Indonesian independence]], Villa Isola was renovated with one more floor added on top of the roof and the name was changed into "Bumi Siliwangi". On October 1954, the then Indonesia minister of education Mohammad Yamin designated the building and its surrounding complex for the new pedagogical institute in Bandung. The building still serves as the headmastership office of the [[Indonesia University of Education]] ({{lang-id|Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia}}), while the surrounding complex is the campus of the university.
 
Berretty lived there only for a few months before he died in a plane crash in [[Syria]] on the [[Douglas DC-2|DC-2 Uiver]] [[Jakarta|Batavia]]&mdash;[[Amsterdam]] flight in December 1934. The building is still standing without major changes, except for its usage and its surrounding environment. Villa Isola was transformed first into a hotel. During the [[Japanese occupation of Indonesia|Japanese occupation in Indonesia]], the building was used as the Japanese army's headquarter for Bandung in 1942. After the [[Indonesian independence]], Villa Isola was renovated with one more floor added on top of the roof and the name was changed into "Bumi Siliwangi". On October 1954, the then Indonesia minister of education Mohammad Yamin designated the building and its surrounding complex for the new pedagogical institute in Bandung. The building still serves as the headmastership office of the [[Indonesia University of Education]] ({{lang-id|Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia}}), while the surrounding complex is the campus of the university.
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The main entrance is located at the center of the north facade shaded by a concrete [[Canopy (building)|canopy]] arch supported only by one pillar. The interior of the first floor consists of a lobby with a twisted staircase to the second floor, and a family room. A large window in a half-circled curve shape decorates the family room completed with an open balcony with a parapet of steel bars, with a panoramic view of the city. The family room is also equipped with a circular shape of toilet.
 
The main entrance is located at the center of the north facade shaded by a concrete [[Canopy (building)|canopy]] arch supported only by one pillar. The interior of the first floor consists of a lobby with a twisted staircase to the second floor, and a family room. A large window in a half-circled curve shape decorates the family room completed with an open balcony with a parapet of steel bars, with a panoramic view of the city. The family room is also equipped with a circular shape of toilet.
 
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On the second floor, a master bedroom is located facing south, connected by two corridors to the west and the east terraces. Besides as connecting halls to the terraces, the west and east corridors function as "pipelines" to regulate air in the building, isolating the thermal condition of the tropical climate. Hence, the bedroom has a [[room temperature]] during the hot sunny days.
 
On the second floor, a master bedroom is located facing south, connected by two corridors to the west and the east terraces. Besides as connecting halls to the terraces, the west and east corridors function as "pipelines" to regulate air in the building, isolating the thermal condition of the tropical climate. Hence, the bedroom has a [[room temperature]] during the hot sunny days.
   
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