Nederlands(ch)-Indië was a Dutch colony consisting of what is now the Republic of Indonesia. It was formed from the nationalized colonies of the Dutch East India Company, which came under the administration of the Dutch government in the 1800. We can still see some old buildings (government of fice, hospital, church) that erected since Nederlands-Indie era in every big city in Indonesia. This design is a tribute for Meneer Karsten (Herman Thomas Karsten), who was the man behind these modern city designs. He was a Dutch engineer who gave major contributions to architecture and town planning in Indonesia during Dutch colonial rule. Most significantly he integrated the practice of colonial urban environment with native elements, a radical approach to spatial planning for Indonesia at the time. This black and white doodle style sketch with mainly terracotta color accent on the roofs will be the charm in all spaces that is authentically Indonesian.