This villa surrounded by forest and rural scenery, commands panoramic views from the rooftop lounge spanning the Indian Ocean and the southernmost tip of the island. This beautiful area boasts some of the most idyllic beaches in Bali including Balangan, Dreamland, Bingin, Padang Padang and Uluwatu. These hidden white sandy coves are great for surfers and sun/sea lovers alike.
The design of the villa is integrated with the architecture seamlessly flowing from the inside lounge or dining area to the outside pool area, where lounges with umbrellas and beanbags for relaxing in the shade are provided. This villa also offers a spacious, open-air living and dining experience.
The villa was built with the idea of being a sustainable and eco-friendly building that still looked modern, attractive and was comfortable at the same time. The 12-meter swimming pool uses a process called ionization to purify the water instead of chlorine which creates a freshwater, lap pool experience.
Fans and shutters create natural, cross-flow ventilation in all rooms and attractive netting is provided for all the king-sized beds. These louvers, which wrap around the villa, were constructed by recycled timber and the rest of the timber was used to build some custom-made, solid wood furniture for the villa including the door.
LED lighting has been used throughout the villa to reduce almost 80% of the energy consumption compared with normal use. Also, star-rated electronic devices and household items equip the villa such as LED TV, eco-friendly fridge and ceiling fans with special blade technology. The villa is also designed with some skylights and wide-open windows to bring enough light into the room during the day. The open timber louvers provide a fresh, cool breeze into the room.
As preserving water is a big issue at this time, the villa was designed to catch, keep and use water as wisely as possible. A stormwater system was created which connects to a large capacity collecting tank. This is then reused for watering the lawn and refilling the pond. This collecting tank also harnesses water from the sewage system called a “wastewater garden” to create a special garden to clean and clear sewage water so that it becomes reusable water for gardens, etc.
The rest of the garden surrounding the property was created using local plants blended with rocks, which were collected from the site itself during construction. This process resulted in a dry savannah landscape that needs less water to maintain. A garden also sits on the roof to help reduce the temperature of the room underneath.
And there are many other eco-friendly considerations for the building such as using only special water efficiency showerheads in most of the bathrooms instead of bathtubs.
- Air conditioning
- Back Yard
- Cable TV
- Daily housekeeping
- Guests Toilet
- Heli Pad
- Plunge Pool
- Private Gym
- Private Jacuzzi
- Shared Pool
- Staff Quarter
- Swimming Pool