Nestled in the jungles of Bali, the Bond House is an impressive stone and wood retreat. The dwelling is made from two intersecting volumes creating a cross form. Its horizontal plane is comprised of living spaces on the main level and five bedrooms below. At the center, an open-air terrace with a pool extends perpendicular, dividing the residence in two. Glazed curtain walls separate the interior from the outdoor space while keeping them connected visually. In the middle of the pool area, a sculpted spiral staircase leads up to a rooftop terrace that overlooks the neightboring rice fields as well as the pool underfoot.
Photos: KIE / Alexis Dornier