By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 - 13:58:09 PM.
The home we're featuring now is Chameleon Villa in Bali made by WOM house Architects. The residence blends in its surroundings very nicely.
The architects worked around the notion of'landscape architecture' to make a set of buildings which appear within the property itself, and at times disappear inside, while occasionally they emerge out of it. The buildings are located on various heights of the property, while every accommodates different purposes, a normal quality of traditional Balinese architecture.
The sort of the most important building follows the concept of rectangular volumes piled upon one another and are made up of an outer frame that shields the inside from the elements and gives insulation. 'Camouflage' roofs topped with various heights of plant give a cooling effect on the spaces under and help in rain collection.
All public spaces at the hall are stored open to the exterior, whereas bedrooms and other spaces like the workplace, gym and also the press room are maintained private and enclosed in the interior. The amounts have been finished with a substance palette of organic and locally sourced materials. Examine the pics of all of these gorgeous spaces below!
Source : DigsDigs
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