rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
 
rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
mar 26, 2015

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
images © arturo losada

 

 

 

the ‘anggana villa’ gently sits amongst a plethora of plants and greenery. located in the popular canggu region of bali, the dwelling is simple and picturesque, perfect for enjoying the tropical lifestyle. architect rené kroondijk completed the structure–with interiors by carolina de la viesca–only needing to adhere to two requests; a direct connection to garden and pool areas, plus two bedrooms

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
triangular panels bring light and ventilation to interior spaces

 

 

 

the common areas–living and dining–kitchen, and bedrooms are organized around a rectangular frame of iron wood. differing ceiling heights distinguish one space from another without overburdening the home with walls and partitions. a centrally located dining room directly connects to the pool area and sits beneath the highest section of roof. this was done to keep the area cool and comfortable during warm periods throughout the day. to optimize the climate, large triangular panels were inserted into the upper wall. they contain open louvers which utilize the passing breeze to carry out hot air caught under the ceiling. the panels also contain glass portions to provide sunlight and views of the sky

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
open kitchen facing the surrounding garden 

 

 

 

two bedrooms are located behind a solid center wall and are sealed from the outside. a smaller, more-enclosed version of the triangular panel is placed in the high point of the room. this, accompanied with a large central window floods the space with light. the quarters each have bathrooms en suite

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
private bedrooms connect to common areas

 

 

 

to make the home blend in amongst its surroundings, kroondijk and de la viesca chose to use a natural material palette. iron wood for decking and structure cladding, terrazzo floors, and washed walls soften the sharp, modern outline of the façade. touches of colored cement accent select built in elements and all furniture was custom made for the project. 

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
neutral color cement application in the bathrooms to emphasize natural surroundings

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
interior and exterior flow together softly

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
differing ceiling heights divide the home naturally

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
parking spaces for the villa

rené kroondijk & de la viesca builds tropical anggana villa in bali
natural material palette

 

project info:

 

architect: rené kroondijk
interiors: carolina de la viesca geens
location: gang batu sari, jl. pantai brawa, canggu, bali
land area: 275 m2
build area: 165 m2
year: november, 2014
builder: saka utama bali
site managers: borja foret, juanjo puerta, ketut ariawan

 

 

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