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WOHA, ALILA VILLAS ULUWATU, ULUWATU, BALI, INDONESIA, 2009 “The design of this hotel and villa is a fusion of vernacular architecture with a modernist design and uses Balinese architecture.�

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lila Villa Uluwatu sits on a ecologically sustainable development located in the southern cliffs of Indonesia, Bali. The design of this hotel and villa is a fusion of vernacular architecture with a modernist design and Balinese architecture. The buildings are inspired by the local farmer terraces. Thus rather then using typical steep pitched Balinese pavilions which would have block the paranomic views, loose piled limestone boulders and a terraced low pitched roof are used. The material of the roof is natural insulating and it blends with the natural landscape. Individual villas are tiered and oriented at different angles to allow maximum Above: View of the private pool in the villa Source: http://housevariety.blogspot.com.au/2011/10/ alila-villas-uluwatu-by-woha.html#.UEUqxpbvr0M

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Final Journal Air12s2 Michelle Lee  

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