Situated on a large trapezoidal plot tucked away at a cul-de-sac, the architectural leitmotif of this family home was to reverse the facades to create privileged interiors; spacious yet intimate in the unassuming depth of the house’s cavernous volumes of internal patios.
The historical context, and the opportunity to reinterpret it, formed the basis for the design and branding of this hotel. Attention to detail introduced further layers to the narrative, so guests can experience a keener sense of space and time.
The design objective of The Great Madras was to reflect the character of Little India.
Not quite a melting pot, but a mishmash of different influences.
A layered, considered response in what is seemingly a cacophonous neighbourhood.
By integrating an immersive experience of nature with hospitality, Lloyd’s Inn Bali provides a restorative, meaningful journey for guests.
A cluster of four houses for a multi-generational family, staggered yet connected
by a central communal garden, enabling both moments of gathering and solitary calm.