Joglo is a term for a traditional house in Central Java. This building has a historical and architectural terms fully with Javanese philosophical value. There are four main pillars which becomes the main buffer home. The main pillars, each representing the wind direction, the west-north-south-east. Just like traditional houses in other areas, Joglo can also be used as a reference to measure a person’s social status. Although recognized as a traditional house in Central Java, but not all of the people or the people of Central Java have this house. Why? For though it looks quite simple, but the complexity of raw materials and the manufacturing process to make Joglo development costs and time-consuming. We produce Joglo using wood raw material that varies between teak and other wood material mix mixture. Using press shingle tile roof, bedeg and non rattan cane.