studio WNA has built ‘hideout horizon’, an all-bamboo glamping house with an open space design in bali, indonesia. set within a serene environment in the middle of a rice field, the adventurous home comprises three levels connected by a bamboo ramp and ladders. the 80 sqm house is completely open yet sheltered from the elements thanks to a large overhanging grass roof.
all courtesy of hideout bali
designed by studio WNA in collaboration with hideout bali, ‘hideout horizon’ immerses guests in the unique balinese nature. the all-bamboo home comes with an open space design, while its functions are divided between three levels. on the ground floor, guests can find a fully-equipped kitchen, a cozy living area with a hanging hammock, a bathroom with an outdoor shower, and an indoor-outdoor plunge pool.
image by jonas hornehøj/ the freedom complex (also header image)
‘hideout horizon’ comprises one master bedroom and two single beds, while a large net overhanging the pool provides extra space for relaxation. visitors can get to the net by climbing up the bamboo shelves, or through the master bed, and enjoy views of mount agung, an active volcano and bali’s highest point. a bamboo ramp leads to the large round bed (240cm wide) of the master bedroom, complete with a two-layer mosquito net that provides safety and privacy. thanks to natural ventilation and bamboo’s inherent temperature stability quality, the house does not need air-conditioning or fans.
name: hideout horizon
lead architect: widhi nugroho
client: hideout bali
size: 80 sqm
location: karangasem, bali, indonesia
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