When designing this villa, Indonesian architecture firm Rafael Miranti were tasked with creating a space for entertaining and gatherings. This meant that the company had to create a main house as well as two smaller villas for visitors, all around a shared swimming pool.
Another key consideration was how the house sat within the Bali landscape, with the villa sloping downwards to tie in with its hillside location. Similarly, the house features a lot outdoor space including a landscaped terrace and a garden, while turfed roofs allow the building to blend into its surroundings. The flat roofs and sloping gradient of the villa also allow views to the sea from the top of the house. You can take a look around the villa above.
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