Bale Design

Jl. Dukuh Sari No. 2, Sesetan, Denpasar

A private house for a young expatriate couple, situated in Sanur area in Bali.   The couple loves dogs & cats, also swimming, surfing, and other beach activities in Sanur area.   The Main House accomodate 4 Bedrooms, where 2 of them have a special ensuite Bathroom and Dressing Room. The Client wanted a big grass area to play with their dogs, a pool table inside the Living Room to play with their friends, and a wide Kitchen area for their cooking hobby.  

The house has an infinity-type Swimming Pool, which also incorporates Kids Pool.  
The house has also a small Guest Pavilion in the front as a separate compound, which can be operated independently.  Both compounds share the same Garage and Utility area.  
A rare existing white-mango tree is preserved in the original position within the land.

Sanur, Bali   |   12 Photos

The building is a new wedding reception facility in an existing BaliHai Resort on Nusa Lembongan island, in Bali. It accommodates a big dining area sufficient for 120 persons, a casual bar, a functional modern Kitchen, and unique Guest Toilets.

The architecture of the building mainly made from bamboo, integrated with modern construction methods. The site of the building is on the beachfront of the resort, so the building should utilize the beach view as the main feature. A big existing banyan tree and a sacred tree are preserved in the original position within the land, creating a unique experience for the people inside the building. An existing temple nearby is upgraded to create harmony with the new development.

Nusa Lembongan, Bali   |   14 Photos

Bale Design as Construction Management.

Jimbaran, Bali   |   10 Photos

Suarga Padang Padang is built upon the three pillars of sustainability: environmental, social, and economical.

A majority of the resort's structures are built on stilts in an effort to preserve the indigenous flora and fauna and to promote natural cooling air circulation. As a registered applicant of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the resort is predominantly built using recuperated wood from abandoned ironwood pontoons in Borneo, broken down teak houses, old factories, other FSC-certified materials, and bamboo.

Uluwatu, Bali   |   6 Photos

Shangri-la Resort Hotel in Nus Dua, Bali

Nusa Dua, Bali   |   4 Photos

Gede Arista as Construction Management.

Seminyak, Bali   |   8 Photos