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Private Jet Villa, Bali, Indonesia by Geometrium Studio

Project name:
Private Jet Villa
Architecture firm:
Geometrium Studio
Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia
Alexander Volodin
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Built area:
113 m²
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Geometrium Studio
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Tools used:
ArchiCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop
Felix Demin
Hospitality › Hotel

Perched atop the Nyang Nyang Beach Cliff in Bali, Indonesia, the Private Jet Villa offers a unique luxury retreat housed within an authentic Boeing 737 fuselage. Developed by Geometrium Studio, this innovative concept transforms aviation into accommodation, standing 150 meters above sea level. The villa spans about 113 square meters and includes a kitchen-living room, two bedrooms, and a terrace on the wing of the aircraft. Guests can also enjoy a private pool, bonfire area, and reception space.

The Private Jet Villa is not just a place to stay but an immersive experience designed to evoke emotions and create lasting memories, drawing inspiration from Disneyland. Its elevated location and the feeling of owning a private jet set it apart. Interactive elements enhance the villa's allure, allowing guests to relax on a net-like area overlooking the cliff, arrive by helicopter on a landing pad, and savor panoramic views from the cantilevered pool that extends over the cliff's edge.

The villa's interactive features provide ample opportunities for photos and social media moments. The design team has carefully crafted aesthetically pleasing backgrounds for photos, such as a bathroom in the pilot's cabin with views of the Indian Ocean by day and Bali's starry sky by night, the terrace on the wing offering a sensation of flying, and a cantilevered pool with a transparent wall extending beyond the cliff's edge.

Despite the narrow and confined space within the aircraft, the design team managed to create a spacious feel using light tones, natural materials like wood and concrete, and golden accents. Mirrors were strategically placed to visually expand the space. Relief glass inserts allow natural light to penetrate deeper into rooms and visually connect different areas. Consistent use of natural stone in various rooms helps unify spaces throughout the villa.

To overcome challenges posed by the aircraft's structure, custom-made furniture and finishing elements were incorporated due to the lack of flat surfaces. The limited space, low ceilings, and metal material of the aircraft necessitated innovative solutions for ventilation and conditioning systems, all housed in the cargo compartment to ensure comfort for guests. The design aesthetic focuses on rounded shapes to mirror the fuselage's curvature, with noble materials like travertine, brass, and wood used throughout.

The Private Jet Villa offers a harmonious blend of aesthetics and functionality, providing guests with a truly unforgettable and luxurious experience in the skies of Bali.

By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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