Rice fields, palm groves and banana orchards frame The Iman Villa, by talented much-awarded architect Gary Fell , one of the gurus leading the Asian side of design. By focusing on both the big picture and every single detail, Fell has created the perfect example of the integration between architecture, furniture, design and nature. The location is Canggu, on Bali’s southern coast.
The structure lies on a grassy curvy slope with terraced lawns that actually didn’t impede the project’s development. Being a multi-storey facility, the 1500 square meter Iman vill adapts to the surrounding environment so easily that almost blends in it. Such a great integration has been enhanced by the employment of huge glass windows scattered all over the property, creating a continuum between inside and outside; moreover, the Iman villa easily seems to belong to the area thanks to its own palette, featuring white and green. The building is made out of white stone, whilst the roof presents strong hints of green, with many plants and even water flowing on it.