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Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pendopo

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Tinuku ~ Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara, combines European and tropical islands architecture are implemented on a Joglo style public spaces. The building functioned as a public space in form of Java-style pavilion and tile plants of tropical coastal style, but supported by the pillars of Mediterranean style.

Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok, build a semi-open space as a public space that implement Javanese architecture and Mediterranean architecture. The roof construction using Java-style timber construction, roof of palm leaves truly reflect the tropical style, while the pillars as hallmark of European architecture.

Villa complex on an area of 18,000 square meters in the green grass, sand beach, a swimming pool, palm trees and pandanus trees facing the beautiful sea panorama. Site designed like a large garden complete with private buildings.

Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

Tinuku.com Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

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Tinuku Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

In the middle of the complex is a luxurious verandah to use tiles of woven palm leaves, put together using bamboo split lengthwise and down each side. Designers using coconut leaves crucial to affirm the coastal real tropical atmosphere.

Interior roof construction using solid wood material and bamboo sticks arranged Limasan style of Javanese culture. Overlapping square in the middle of the roof supported by wooden material down to each side and four wooden cross, while the battens using bamboo sticks.

The uniqueness visible is the designer did not use four Soko Guru wood as a characteristic of the Javanese pavilion, but uses the colonnade at the edges of the construction. The pillars using large concrete material rectangular shaped as a hallmark of Mediterranean architecture.

Construction at the top using wood material brown, white-painted pillars and marble tile floor using light brown contrasting elements are combined, but produce a nuanced combination of luxury in tropical coastal environment.

Furniture collection translated into a set of artistic table and comfortable sofas. A table placed in the middle of the room, made of solid wood material to expose a plain natural fiber and cube-shaped pieces arranged as a work of installation art.

Tinuku.com Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

www.Tinuku.com Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

Tinuku Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

Tinuku.com Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

www.Tinuku.com Villa Sepoi Sepoi on Sira Beach, Lombok Island, combines Javanese and Mediterranean architecture for Pedopo

Large-sized sofas, wicker shades have padded layer on the surface and include floral cushions for added comfort for guests. Designers put a huge chandelier round and skinned rattan as the main decoration points.

Semi-open room has walls of woven bamboo that can be opened if rolled up or covered if the scrolls laid down. Guests can look north toward a rectangular-shaped swimming pool and Bali Sea coast.

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