Andrew Michler

Exquisite Alila Villas Uluwatu is the Ultimate Eco-Resort in Bali

by , 07/01/12

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The villas need no air conditioning — they open toward the ocean to scoop up the prevailing breezes, which are cooled as they sweep over the salt water pools. The limestone for the walls is reclaimed from excavations on-site, and the extensive use of reclaimed and locally-sourced ironwood graces the doors, cabinets, and exterior trellises and paneling. Most of the locally-inspired furniture is built on the neighboring island of Java, as are the artisan cement tiles.

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  1. Net Zero Marine Researc... October 13, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    [...] is a colossal white structure located about 150 meters off the of shoreline of Kuta Beach in Bali. Large windows provide views of the surrounding ocean environment, while underwater viewing rooms [...]

  2. cancan_burak July 5, 2010 at 3:53 pm

    amazing architec thanks

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