O C E A N B R E E Z E
Located at an elevation in the Jimbaran area of Bali, Ocean Breeze takes its name from its site, which consistently receives refreshing breezes from the ocean. Embracing picturesque views that capture the beauty of sunsets and the splendor of Mount Agung in the morning as the sun rises from the east, this architectural marvel was crafted by the Jeghier Architect team.
Our team prioritizes a naturalistic approach to beauty, aiming to create a building that is both simple and elegant. We take responsibility for this design, ensuring its beauty and presenting something new that can be appreciated aesthetically.
Etymologically, aesthetics originates from the Greek word "Aesthetikos," meaning perception through the senses. Thus, aesthetics can be enjoyed by all human senses, not just sight.
Considering the various dimensions that influence how individuals appreciate beauty, aesthetics serves as a medium to attempt to explain what is considered beautiful. However, it can never fully elucidate what truly happens in someone's mind regarding the sensation of beauty. In aesthetic theory, various aspects touched by the beauty of an object are explored. Therefore, what is beautiful to me may not necessarily be so for you.
Why do preferences differ? Is it solely a matter of genetic or psychological factors? A building may be attractive to one person but not to another. The determination of aesthetics in the mind is not solely cultivated through external factors present outside a subject but also arises from the recognition devices within oneself. Hence, the study of architecture should not only rely on shallow and objective aesthetic principles but also require a subjective approach to understand preferences.