Designed by Budi Pradono as both a “critique” and an “antithesis” of its upscale suburban environment, she looks nothing like the neighbouring residences and their mock-European aesthetic. Its slanted steel frame, tilted 20 degrees from the vertical, takes the form of a white exoskeleton leaning towards the street and rising precariously above the adjacent terracotta-tiled roofs.

Meanwhile, the house’s interiors are completely encased by glass walls, their angled glass-panes aligned with the structure’s tilt and providing the owners with breathtaking views of the area.