Architecture Designs Published by Adeline Soós, Saturday, September 02nd 2017, 11:25:06 AM.
"Stop Making Sense," these words would welcome you before entering this wonderful quirky nature of artwork. Stop making sense since the sense has been provided, a sense of discovery and surprise at every twist and turn. Unrivaled sights, architecture and the tranquility of the nature blend together to create your new senses, but just don't make them yourself.
The wonderful artwork here is the "Villa Sapi" (sapi = "cow" in Indonesian language). The villa has concept of "Function over Form" by Canadian architect David Lombardi and appears to be a blend of traditional and modern form, a traditional style grass-roofed building that houses the main kitchen to a futuristic home theater. The interior design of the rental villa is also a blend of traditional and modern flair. The furnishings shows a bold and solid signature color black, lime green and vibrant red. Moreover, the walls are adorned with whimsical conceptual artwork completed with water cascade and impressive solid round bamboo fence.
The views from the villa’s open-concept living room and dining room, and also glass sided bedrooms and some parts of the bathrooms is unrivaled; The views of the sea changes the view the sky, small neighboring Islands and distant Mountains. The mountains includes the Mount Rinjani that you would have seen before entering the Lombok Island from Bali. The view is just a few tenth kilometers across ocean, forests and colorful fishing boats. And at night, the views become impressively more magical as the water reflects the moon exuding a scene of serenity and unforgettable sense of beauty.
Lucky for you if you would spend this summer just right there, in this tranquility. As a bonus, Lombok is not quite crowded as Bali, leaving your sense to be re created, For me, I would let my desire lead my way there, instead of judging with my brain and doing something that "Make Sense." villa sapi.
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