Ananda House at Green Village

Ananda House was featured in the May 2017 edition of Architectural Digest.

Built for David Hornblow and his family, Ananda House consists of three delicate multi-level structures, perched like birds on the terraced slope. Elegant structural fan-beams extend up to four levels and curving leaf- shaped roofs sweep low around the sides.

The terraced permaculture gardens and interconnected pathways are a special feature of Ananda House. It was a challenge to maintain most of trees on the property while creating three bedrooms with private balconies, so holes were designed into the roof overhang in key places to accommodate the trees.

Location
: Sibang Gede, Bali
Client: Individual
Site Area: 716 sqm
Floor Area: 260,98 sqm
Build Time: 12 Months
Completion: September 2015

Ananda House at Green Village

Ananda House at Green Village

Ananda House at Green Village

Ananda House at Green Village