Do you believed that plants speak to each others?
Our plants play big role to our suitability living. For practical usage, a part of garden is dedicated for purifying used water from shower and sinks, after the water being treated by the waste water garden, those water would be stored and used for flushing toilets or garden irrigation. We have a green roof on top of our TV room, the green roof acts as heat isolation, so we consume less energy for indoor climate control. Othe
We built the villa with steel structure, so it will survive in case of earthquake. The other materials, such as teak wood from sustainably managed forests in Indonesia. Lime stone from Bali, furnitures are all made in Indonesia. Our cute potteries are handmade in Bali and Lombok. We are eager to support Indonesia craftsmanship and source locally and sustainably. Next. We will share Villa Serena’s landscape design. #sustainabilityisnow #villa #sustainablevilla #ecovilla #lombo
We used to turn on the tap and have clean water. Which is not always the case in Lombok. Water is precious in Lombok, an island surrounded by sea. Lombok has around 6 months of monsoon season, rain water fell to the gardens. What it we can catch this gift from the sky with open arms? So we decided to make our roofs to harvest rainwater to an underground tank. We captured rainwater by the roofs, filtered, and stored for the pool and other water consumption facilities, ensuring
Thanks to the positioning of the villa, we avoid direct sunlight goes into indoor. Natural breeze ventilates the villa, lessening the use of air conditioning. The less energy consumption inspired us to switch to the solar power, the sun is abundant in Lombok, It gave foods to plants, give energy to us. Ultimately providing sufficient energy to villa, and giving excessive power to the grid. All our light bulbs are LED bulb, which consume very little energy. We installed fans a
First and foremost, building a sustainable villa needs the right architect. Villa Serena is built by Bambook studio, who specialised on sustainable architecture. We are very fortunate to found them. In Lombok, electricity supply is not stable and it is expensive. The local solutions are small windows minimise direct sunlight goes into the house, and shiny tile flooring helps to cool down the indoor temperature. Therefore, the village houses consume very little electricity on