|Gedung Sate, "Satay Building"|
|Former names||Gouvernements Bedrijven (GB)|
|Architectural style||New Indies Style, Dutch Rationalism|
|Address||Jalan Diponegoro No. 22|
|Construction started||27 July 1920|
|Owner||Government of the City of Bandung|
|Floor area||27,990.859 m2|
|Design and construction|
|Other designers||Eh. De Roo, G. Hendriks|
Gedung Sate is a public building in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. It was designed according to a neoclassical design incorporating native Indonesian elements by Dutch architect J. Gerber to be the seat of the Dutch East Indies department of Transport, Public Works and Water Management; the building was completed in 1920. Today, the building serves as the seat of the governor of the province of West Java.
Its common name, Gedung sate, is a nickname that translates literally from Indonesian to 'satay building', which is a reference to the shape of the building's central pinnacle - which resemble the shape of one of the Indonesian traditional dish called satay.
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