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When Wall Tiles Become Art – A Unique Product Designed & Created in Bali

on Feb 05 in Interior Design tagged , , , by

This year, Australian artist and designer, Philip Lakeman, became the sole owner of Art of Tiles, a company based in Sanur, Bali that manufactures a unique range of hand-made decorative wall tiles.   We are talking sophisticated – both in designs and colour – with inspiration coming from several directions that meld Philip’s Australian sensibilities [...]

Simple, Elegant & Inexpensive – Exterior Lighting, Bali Style

on Jan 13 in Architecture tagged , , by

To our minds, there has not been a hotel built in Bali that comes close to the perfection of Amandari in Ubud.

Designed by Australian architect, Peter Muller, and supported by the then-owner, Adrian Zecha, it was a conscious decision to choose to create a pared-down hotel experience. The overall concept was that the property needed to be in harmony with the landscape of the location in which it was built, as well as to follow Balinese philosophy in its features and planning.

Why is a Balinese Door So Small?

on Dec 22 in Architecture tagged , by

Many of our clients love Bali-style doors but buying an original set and incorporating them into a Western interior is just out of the question.
There is NO way an average Westerner can comfortably pass through the narrow double doors without squeezing their hips or banging their heads! So, why IS a Bali door so small?