Patisandhika and Daniel Mitchell design A Brutalist Tropical Home

Feb 11, 2019

Architectural studio Patisandhika and designer Dan Mitchell in Bali has reportedly completed a double-height living room stands at the centre of A Brutalist Tropical Home. Spread across 512 sq m, the house is located in a small valley with exaggerated structural slabs that extend horizontally from its exterior. The living room is double-height with full-height glass, thus allowing lots of natural light. The multi-level layout is used to displays records, books and a music system, while leading down into an open-plan kitchen and dining area. The kitchen-diner is designed without walls, connecting directly with outside. The house comprises of a music studio, two bathrooms and one outdoor shower, alongside three bedrooms that are connected by a bridge over the living room.


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