This staggering luxury Balinese-style bungalow is located in Malaysian’s capital Kuala Lumpur, in fashionable district Damansara Heights.
The house has been designed and constructed by famous Balinese architect Yoka Sara. In addition to impressive 850 square meters of the house area there is the outdoor living area featuring 280 square meters.
The Indonesian masters were commissioned to build house of beautiful and natural materials – old-growth Indonesian teak, Palimanan stone, sandstone and ceramic roof tiles.
The architects did their best. The house has predominant beige and white color palette that is peculiar to the Balinese style in the interior. The palette is smoothly underlined with the wood used for production of furniture, windows and doors, as well as the accessories and stair railing.
We’d like to especially note the architecture of the main hall. Its ceiling rises high to the second floor and it is embellised with the stunning fretwork on the wall.