The Green Village / PT Bambu

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Architects: PT Bambu
Location: Badung, , Indonesia
Design Consultant : IBUKU
Area: 18,700 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of Bambu Indah Collection, Courtesy of Suxy, Courtesy of Jimbawan, Agung Dwi, Courtesy of Rio Helmi


Courtesy of Bambu Indah Collection

Elora Hardy (daughter of John Hardy) took the initiative to create a master plan for Green Village set within a river valley landscape along Bali’s sacred Ayung River, a master-planned community

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Located within walking distance to the Green School was designed and constructed based on the architectural concepts of sustainable principles and artisan craftsmanship that helped create the world famous Green School campus. “We are committed to changing people’s perspective on the infinite potential of bamboo,” Hardy says. “Creating spaces where people can feel connected to nature without disrupting it is a thrilling design challenge for me.”

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Green School, PT Bamboo Pure, and Green Village are the main anchors of the green development area), which are interconnected with each other, to create a green zone which sustain themselves

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The Bamboo houses are designed and built around the natural contours of each plot with rare views of the river front and the volcanoes of Bali. The concept is to create beautiful living spaces, in which people can live where luxury and comfort fit into natural landscapes. We have many homeowners from around the world who value what we do and believe in our ethos that we can combine sustainability and style without destroying the environment in which we live.

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Cite: "The Green Village / PT Bambu" 22 Nov 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 29 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=296667>

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    I think it’s beautiful and there exists a harmony between architecture and nature in this design. Thank you for being thoughtful and sensitive to the climate and inherent materials of Indonesia.

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    Love the bamboo homes. Would love to live high in the trees and leave
    No foot print on the planet.

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