Pranala Associates

Bridging the Architecture, Understanding the Function, Bringing the Values

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Established in 2007,
PRANALA ASSOCIATES is an architecture studio based in Bandung, Indonesia.

Pranala Associates is a joint partnership of two Indonesian architects; Ronald Pallencaoe and Erick Laurentius then, later on, joined by Darius Tanujoyo in 2017. 

Initially, the team focuses on residential projects but has been expanded to commercial ones. With the principle of bridging between the client and architecture, Pranala emphasizes the importance of understanding the surrounding environment, the building’s initial function, and the needs of the client.

Pranala’s Method

Pranala applies a problem-solving perspective that bridges the design with the clients. The design is based on research to get a full picture of surrounding circumstances and envision what the clients may need in the future.

Therefore, Pranala’s design is the result of systematic thoughts. Pranala follows the principle of building function, which then becomes a transformation that unites efficiency and natural aesthetics with regard to the existing situation.

We implement our architectural and design foundation to what we can use to give value to the building and space. After all, the building is more than its architecture but also the users.

Ronald Pallencaoe

Principal

Ronald is the founder and managing principal of Pranala Associates. He graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2004. Before founding Pranala, he also worked for Sean Godsell Architects in Melbourne, Australia.

Erick Laurentius

Principal

As co-founder and design development principal, Erick ensures every design is based on Pranala’s methods and approach while maintaining the best quality. He graduated from Parahyangan University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Architecture.

Darius Tanujoyo

Principal

Darius joined Pranala Associates in 2018. With extensive experience gained by working with architectural firms in Melbourne, he applies his technical and philosophical skills to pursue innovation. He graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2003.