In the dynamic era of rapid development in Bali post-2005, where architectural design underwent intense competition, Jeghier Architect embarked on a project that epitomized innovation and commercial viability. Aviva Villas, conceptualized in 2005, stands as a testament to this period of growth. The name "Aviva" was derived from the client's wife, serving as a personal touch to the venture.
Comprising a total area of 3,500 sqm in the bustling Seminyak region, Aviva Villas comprised five units, each uniquely designed for commercial purposes. The complex included three 3-bedroom villas and two 4-bedroom villas. Given its commercial nature, meticulous attention was given to optimizing materials, structural elements, finishing touches, and land utilization, ensuring a balanced approach that considered budget constraints.
The villas were strategically designed to cater to the demands of the growing market. The 3-bedroom villas boasted a spacious 360 sqm, while the 4-bedroom villas offered a generous 470 sqm of living space. Aviva Villas set a remarkable precedent by being sold off-plan within a month of their conceptualization. The client utilized the designs crafted by Jeghier Architect as a powerful tool for marketing, successfully selling all units swiftly without breaking ground.
Aviva Villas not only reflects the architectural prowess of Jeghier Architect but also serves as a prime example of successful commercialization in the vibrant and competitive landscape of Seminyak, Bali.