Joglo is a 4,500 sf gallery and showroom of distinctive Indonesian art, antiques, furnishings, textiles and garden elements on two levels. In Indonesia, the Joglo is a traditional Javanese house identified by its distinctive structure and roof design. It is a gathering place, offering protection, yet open to the outdoors. It is a symbol of Indonesian hospitality that is a gift both intimate and all embracing. For this reason, the joglo has been referred to as the architectural equivalent of the banyan tree and the sacred mountain. It represents the common spirit that unites the over six thousand inhabited islands of the archipelago.