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“The Chameleon”

When you imagine a trip to Bali, you may think first of lying on white sand beaches in the shade of tall palms. But a bit away from the water is where the magic can really happen. The jungles of Bali are rich with greenery and wildlife — and if you’re lucky enough, you may even find yourself at one of the island’s most luxurious estates, nestled right into that jungle. The home featured here is just such a retreat. Featuring a sparkling clear infinity pool, an outdoor bath, and plenty of indoor space for the long and luxurious evening of a vacation, this home is a true treasure, as you’ll see in the photos from photographer Daniel Koh.

http://www.home-designing.com/a-bali-jungle-retreat-surrounded-by-lush-greenery?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+home-designing+%28Home+Design+Ideas%29

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Ravine Residence / Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Spring 2006
11,600 sf
Siamak Hariri, Partner-in-Charge

This residence employs two volumes with carefully choreographed openings that address the public street while maintaining the importance of domestic intimacy and privacy. The back of the house takes advantage of its ravine setting with a design of transparency that maximizes the natural light and provides natural landscape vistas. Employing a vocabulary of enduring materials of French limestone, roughcast stucco, and teak windows, the house underscores the client’s desire to create a generational home.

2010 Tucker Design Award, Building Stone Institute Award of Excellence

(Hariri Pontarini Architects)
 
Hariri Pontarini Architects, . (n.d.). Ravine residence. Retrieved from http://www.hariripontarini.com/projects/private/ravine-residence