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  7. Private Villa in Ungasan / Rafael Miranti Architects

Private Villa in Ungasan / Rafael Miranti Architects

  • 01:00 - 23 February, 2018
Private Villa in Ungasan / Rafael Miranti Architects
Private Villa in Ungasan / Rafael Miranti Architects, © Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

© Putu Adi Widiantara © Putu Adi Widiantara © Putu Adi Widiantara © Putu Adi Widiantara + 50

  • Structural Engineer

    PT. Toyo Cahya Konstruksi
  • Service Engineer

    PT. EMSE
  • Quantity Surveyor

    Hasanuddin
  • Main Contractor

    CV. Adi Jaya Utama
  • Service Contractor

    PT. Sinar Bali Indah
  • Client

    Eka Tjokro
  • More Specs Less Specs
© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

Text description provided by the architects. The Client required a villa for large family gatherings, with a master villa, a villa for each of his two children’s own families, guest rooms for the extended family, service quarters and a swimming pool.

© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

The site is situated on the hill of Ungasan and is sloped down towards the front. The rear is the highest point at 7 meters. Approximately 2.5km from the Uluwatu cliff, the site faces the sea towards the south. From the highest point, a glimpse of the sea can be seen.

© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara
Second Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

The key idea was to have a very contextual intervention that would work closely with the site contours. In section, the first two wings are kept as single storey structures, with the last master wing two storeys high to take advantage of the views towards the sea.

© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

To celebrate and enjoy Bali’s tropical environment, a wide landscaped terrace to the right of the plot leads up from the entrance level to the second level where the children’s villas are. These villas are arranged in an L-shape and frame a courtyard. The landscaped terrace leads to this courtyard, so the visitor is first greeted by a garden, before entering the villa proper. This landscaped terrace continues up towards the master villa and culminates at the side of the swimming pool, which stretches across almost the entire width of the site. With this constant interaction with planting and water features, it enhances the experience through the site.

© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

The roofs of the children’s villas are covered in turfing, so as to blend in with the landscape and provide pleasant, unobstructed views towards the sea.

© Putu Adi Widiantara
© Putu Adi Widiantara

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Cite: "Private Villa in Ungasan / Rafael Miranti Architects" 23 Feb 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/889451/private-villa-in-ungasan-rafael-miranti-architects/> ISSN 0719-8884