Bali, Indonesia-Balinese architecture

Balanaise Hotels and villas have been built and furnished using hand-cut volcanic stones, rich exotic woods, and refined fabrics.

Natural lava and palimanan stone are used for the garden and interior walls, refined bangkiray hardwood in the villas, coconut thatch rooftops, natural green colored subakumi stone to clad outdoor showers, plunge and swimming pools.

Alam Kul Kul Boutique Resort- Kuta, Legian

Lombok, Sudamala resort

Built with locally available materials like coconut and bamboo timbers, the lodge respects the environment and surrounding topography. Rather than assembling stereotypical steep-pitched Balinese pavilions, its unique design investigates a modern dynamic treatment of vernacular architecture. 

Luwak coffee plantation- Bali Ubud

Beach Club- Potato head, Kuta Utara

Not only unique in its concept with the Beach Club’s 500-square meter lawn and infinity pool, two bars, two restaurants, but also in its design. When you arrive you will be greeted by the magisterial sight of the ‘Colosseum,’ a towering elliptical façade of mismatched 18thcentury teak window shutters, collected from across the Indonesian archipelago, and an edged planted slope.

As you journey further, the wood entrance and ceiling of Lilin restaurant stands out with its edgy formation.