The Indonesia Wantilan structure, is the inspiration behind the construction of Lila Bamboo Villa. It has 3 floors and was built with the traditional Balinese architecture, which includes sustainable materials such as bamboo, thatches, and river stones.
The philosophy behind Lila Bamboo Villa is in service towards Humanity and Environmentally friendly building with consciousness to serve the people where we live, to live in good health, balance and clean life with no obstruction of the energy. Lila Bamboo was constructed in order to serve the old Bali. The villa uses bamboo for its main pillars. These strongs, well selected and preserved big bamboos hold and support the floors.
The Villa was built by the traditional Balinese contractor, Pak Kantor, Bamboo experts Jorge Stamm and Arief Rabik, and architect Pak Nengah the villa stands in such a way that allows the Prana (oxygen) to flow in and out freely. The sliding doors and windows allow the energy to flow in and out, avoiding the necessity for air conditioning.
For the 3 bathrooms and kitchen floors, river stones and cement were used. The floor is covered with river stone.
Second and third floor is covered by bamboo floors.
The villa is furnished with some of Indonesian ethnics furniture .
The main bedroom is located on the 2nd floor. It has 1 queen size bed with a unique wooden bed with flower motif in shell as well as the shelves. Poulsen designed the motif in accordance with flowers she saw in her dream.
The room is decorated with many unique and antique furnitures and home items. It has big sliding glass windows that brings in the fresh prana/oxygen. Its unique bath, a walk in shower , a giant shell sink, and a walk in closet.
The first floor has 2 spacious bedrooms, living room with dark bamboo flooring, and nice veranda with light bamboo flooring.
Ground floor, the kitchen is open and wide with its fire place. It was built with river stone. The well equipped kitchen including stove for baking. The kitchen serves the wide range of food from raw food, Balinese, Indonesian, and International food.
A spacious living room on the first floor has big bamboo sofa and big nice wooden dining table.
The alley connecting the kitchen with dining and living room, there lays a big stone table.
The compound is surrounded by traditional Balinese mud wall. The road inside the compound is built with river stones. Accompany by the palm trees along the road. Small River flows down there as the border of the land.
A land rover jeep with its driver is ready to take you wherever you want to go.
The villa is perfect place for your family holiday when you desire for tranquility, quietness, yet closed to Ubud downtown.
Alix’s room is furnished with a queen size bed, a unique Dayak Carved panel is decorating the room, a wooden desk with its antique desk light, a walk in closet with old Javanese wooden door. A spacious walk in shower decorated with dark stones with its big broken white stone sink.
Sofi’s room is furnished with a queen size bed, colourful pillows, wooden desk , a walk in closet with antique Javanese wooden door. White stones decorated walk in shower with its giant shell sink.
Both rooms have big glass sliding windows that allows fresh Prana/oxygen to flows in and out freely.
The living room is decorated with many Indonesian ethnic accessories including Dayak table. This spacious room has a day bed with colourful pillows and clothes on it.