The tilted frame of the house by Budi Pradono Architects was designed as an antithesis to the status homes and mock-European styling of a gated community in Jakarta, Indonesia. The 320-square-metre house is called Rumah Miring, or Slanted House. The white steel frame of the house tilts towards the street, its skewed angle is intended as a critique of its environment. The floors within are level and sheathed in glass to give views across the adjacent river and out of the community. The panes of glass, which are angled in line with the structure, reveal an indoor swimming pool and abundant planting. The décor is ultra-minimalist, and private areas of the house are set behind more public areas at the back of the house to provide a degree of privacy from the glazing.