This villa is situated in the Jimbaran area of Bali, right next to the Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) statue. It features 5 bedrooms with dynamic-shaped spaces, and the Jeghier Architect team highlighted several structural elements of this building.
Many elements serve as tools to express the building concept, and one of them is the structural system. Given the significant role of the structural system in designing a building, it needs to not only support the structure but also serve as a means to express the building concept.
In the building plan, you can see that the simplicity concept of this structure is achieved through the use of an oval/ellipse shape that is asymmetrical. The curves of this elliptical shape result in a dynamic and efficient form because it avoids sharp angles that create non-functional spaces. This is why the client chose Jeghier Architect to design this villa after considering four other architects in a competition before deciding on Jeghier Architect.
The term "dynamic" in architecture has a close relationship. Dynamism also implies full of spirit and energy, capable of moving, and has connections, just like the field of architecture itself that continuously follows the developments of the times in its application. It also has the ambition to make living spaces better and more appealing from era to era. Dynamic, as an element in architecture, is considered to play a significant role. Its flexible nature allows it to be collaborated with various elements in architecture. The dynamic element in architecture has long been a symbol of something progressive or with the ability to constantly move/change, making it a perfect symbol for modern society's life. We hope that this villa can continue to adapt to the times, not eroded by highly competitive forms and designs, to win the competition in its surroundings. As information, this villa is a commercial villa and also partly used as a second home for our client.