Yaser Rashid Shomali and Yasin Rashid Shomali of Shomali Design Studio have envisioned attractive, unusual 'Eibche' Dwellings amid the sloping tropical forests and the mountains of Bali, Indonesia. At SURFACES REPORTER (SR), we covered the futuristic "Villa-Lako '' by the Iran-based architecture and design firm. In the continuous process of exploring something innovative, the practice has curated unique designs for Eibche dwellings formalized with unconventional geometries. Read more about the concept below:
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Nestled in the heart of mountainous regions and sloping tropical forests of Indonesia, the project is planned as a collection of faceted cabin-like objects. The dwellings are divided in half by a narrow, vertical glass channel to blend well with its natural surroundings.
The design stands out amidst the green landscape of the location—a wonderful place to relax in the tranquillity and enjoy the nature around.
Project Name: Eibche
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Architecture firm: Shomali Design Studio
Principal architect: Yaser Rashid Shomali & Yasin Rashid Shomali
Built area: 75 m²
Design year: 2020
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