Not for nothing at all is Bali known because Island with the Gods.
In the elegant pavilions on this pristine cliffside spot, the difficulties of mere mortals would might seem far away.
The Hotel Banyan Tree Ungasan is sited with a plateau, developed about the borders from a cliff in a height of 70 meters above the Indian Ocean.
It could well be tricky not to ever feel somewhat bit god-like in this type of spot.
Drawing around the traditions of Indonesian architecture, a serene sanctuary is created.
The high quality architecture can be a graceful symbiosis of outdated and new, of traditional and modern.
Why does symmetry seem so luxurious?
Maybe it’s because everywhere in the world, the areas that remember someone or a thing important or special, like palaces or places of worship – have always been symmetrical?
But there may be likewise something about perfectly pleasing proportions that plays a part.
The old Sanskrit phrase for architect is ‘space imaginer.’
These are some beautifully imagined spaces.
And the sublime site doesn’t hurt both.