Sukawidi Ubud Bali is a villa compound hiding within Ubud’s natural environment. The compound has a few private villas with different architectural styles. Some of which are traditional Indonesian houses such as joglos, limasan, and others.
This compound was missing one key feature, an arrival building. Therefore, the client asked us to design a pavilion that can accommodate several functions. These functions included a reception, a small kitchen, and an indoor and outdoor lounge area.
Since Ubud is a place of greenery and lush landscapes, we want this pavilion to integrate nicely with its surrounding. The wooden pavilion adopts the traditional Indonesian rough material commonly found in old houses. Additionally, we want to have a seamless feel between the existing villas and this pavilion.