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Villa Sapi was designed and concepted by Canadian designer David Lombardi who has an impressive portfolio of private homes in America, Europe and Asia. His latest works in Bali and Thailand has given him a strong understanding of what he feels modern Asian residential architecture should be. Especially for living in tropical environments.
Lombardi’s bauhaus philosophy of “Function Over Form” are evident in his design approach, always leaving the viewer with a sense of discovery and surprise as the journey through their home.
Villa Sapi is comprised of two modern freestanding buildings, surrounded by decorative fishponds and gardens flowing all the way down to a pristine white beach.
Although contemporary in architectural style and amenities, Villa Sapi has included some traditional elements such as the various bales set around the estate. The use of wood like Ulin (iron wood) for the roof, batu chandi (lava stone), paras (sand stone), coconut and bamboos, all reflect Lombardi’s unique vision and his commitment to the use of local materials.
Environmental issues have also been addressed with the use of solar water heaters, and solar lighting. Rainwater is collected from the building structure and recycled.
Villa Sapi in Indonesia Designed by David Lombardi.