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ALEXIS DORNIER

ALEXIS DORNIER

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ALEXIS DORNIER

ALEXIS DORNIER

Location Mas, Bali, Indonesia
Year 2018
Categories Architectural Design  >  Houses/Villas

Description

SIZE: 370 M2
STATUS: Complete
INTERIOR DESIGN: Alexis Dornier
LANDSCAPE DESIGN: Surya Kembar Property
CONSTRUCTION: Surya Kembar Property
BRANDS: Grohe, Toto, Tecnogas, Franke, LG, Sika flex

This 3 bedroom home for a musician-composer, holds a 150 m2 loft space as it's 2nd floor, overlooking its lush
surrounding of green rice paddies and coconut trees. The minimal shell of the house amplifies the panoramic
experience of its surrounding landscape. The design emerged from a desire to translate the construct of a single
sound wave into an overarching architectural gesture that will define the interior and exterior spatial qualities of the
house. Through an iterative process of manipulating the curve of single a line, both in plan and elevation, begins to
articulate a multi-planar space in which the ground plane and roof scape are directly intertwined.
'As feeling like being inside of an instrument' most inside surfaces are rendered as wood patterned surfaces. The
ceiling drops down in equal manner to improve acoustics and to indicate the entrance as a gesture. This element
adds to the sculpted, interior experience of the space that is free of structural excess. Throughout several months of
the year, House O operates as a 'artist-in-residence' initiative, hosting selected artists from across the world for
short periods of artistic retreat.


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