Villa Double N, a testament to the creative prowess of the Jeghier Architect team, was conceived around 2005. This architectural marvel consists of two distinct villas, each with its unique design narrative. One villa serves as a private retreat for the owner, while the other is strategically crafted for commercial ventures.
The first villa is thoughtfully designed to capture internal and rice paddy views, creating a harmonious blend with the natural landscape. In contrast, the second villa offers a picturesque vista of a modest yet charming river. The strategic placement of the swimming pool gives the impression of an intimate connection with the flowing waters.
The villa boasts four bedrooms, all oriented towards the lush garden area. The property is segmented into three distinct structures - the main building, a guest house, and a dedicated kids' game area. A whimsical touch is added with a raised wooden platform, serving as a playhouse for children, providing an enchanting play area within the expansive garden.
With a total built-up area of approximately 560 sqm, the villa includes a staff house, two spacious living rooms, a games room, and a main building spread across two floors. The guest house, designed with exposed taps, gracefully stands as a single-story structure. Natural building materials take center stage, featuring slate stone sourced from the Javanese region of Sukabumi. Merbau wood is meticulously chosen for frames, door and window leaves, while the pool deck is adorned with the enduring beauty of Ulin wood.
Villa Double N is not merely a structure; it is a symphony of architectural brilliance, seamlessly blending functionality with aesthetic allure in the tropical paradise of Berawa Beach, Bali.