LOST LINDENBERG is part of the Pekutatan community, a small Hindu village on Bali‘s west coast that is largely untouched by tourism. A hidden retreat surrounded by temples, ruled by nature and sacred spirits - and only a stone‘s throw from the famous Medewi Surf Point.
There are eight rooms of two different types. Guests can catch a glimpse of the waves from each of the treehouses, but the two Ocean Panorama Suites, which sit in front row position, look directly out to sea; the six Jungle Panorama Suites offer views of the jungle and temples. The 45m2 suites are all furnished with contemporary art, sustainable linen bedding, custom made Gaya ceramics, air conditioning and spacious bathrooms.
Alexis Dornier和Studio Jencque负责项目的建筑部分。“主要想法是在神秘的丛林中创造一种不寻常的，梦幻般的体验。我们将空间和步道设置在离地面较高的位置。悬在高大的椰子树旁，交错的塔楼提供了面向大海的视野。塔楼由高线步道连接，这是一条指向大海的高架人行道。我们想给人一种在不同世界里行走的感觉，像是在一艘漂浮的船上休息，身处高地而不乏安全感，野生丛林就不远处。这些塔楼紧密地组合在一起，在树上形成了一个小型村庄，一个小型的浮动社会。LOST的设计非常注重细节，传统元素与戏剧性形成鲜明对比。主要材料是各种图案和方向的可持续采购木材，地板上覆盖着巴厘岛的绿石，黄铜在整体构图中进行点缀。在LOST LINDENBERG中，我们进入了一个介于虚构和现实之间的梦幻世界。”（Alexis Dornier）
Alexis Dornier and Studio Jencquel are responsible for LOST’s architecture. “The main idea was to create an unusual, dreamy experience in the midst of a mystical jungle. We imagined spaces and walkways high off the ground. Constructed beside tall coconut trees, the staggered towers provide a glimpse of the sea in front. The towers are connected by a so-called highline, an elevated walkway pointing towards the sea. We wanted to give the feeling of walking in a different world, of resting on a floating ship, elevated and safe, with the wild jungle at your doorstep. Grouped close together, the towers form a quasi village in the trees, a small floating society. LOST is designed with great attention to detail, with examples of the traditional contrasted by exaggerations. The predominant material is sustainably-sourced wood in various patterns and directions, the floors are covered with Bali green stone, and brass is used as an accent in the whole composition. With LOST we move in a dream world, somewhere between fiction and reality.” (Alexis Dornier)
室内以及其他建筑元素均由Studio Jencquel设计。“室内装饰温暖而舒适，仿佛要将客人拥入怀中，整合了亚麻织物，熔岩，热带硬木，焦柚木与河石。材料均来自当地。浴室的木制百叶窗模糊了室外和室内之间的界限，让海风吹进来，同时提供一种遮蔽，免受炎热的阳光照射。全景窗户使我们能够欣赏在海平面上经过的船只。项目中的家具，灯具，陶瓷餐具和几乎所有配件均由Studio Jencquel定制设计。忧郁和黑暗的潜在主题贯穿始终：为甜蜜的忧郁上添一道霓虹色的伤疤。（Studio Jencquel创始人Max Jencquel）
The interior concept as well as additional architectural elements are designed by Studio Jencquel. “The interiors are warm and cosy, as if they want to embrace us, integrating linen fabrics, lava stone, tropical hardwood, burnt teak and river stones. The colours and materials are locally sourced. The wooden blinds in the bathroom blur the line between outdoors and indoors, letting the sea breeze in while providing a sense of protection from the hot sun. Panoramic windows allow us to spot boats passing by on the horizon. The furniture, the lamps, the ceramic tableware and almost all the accessories in this project were custom designed by Studio Jencquel. The underlying theme of melancholy and darkness is strongly felt throughout: a neon scar on my sweet melancholy.” (Max Jencquel, Studio Jencquel)
“The landscape design is an extension of the architectural footprint (or vice versa). The highline connecting the towers is actually the continuation of a path that begins in the garden, penetrates the buildings and ends at the black lava sand beach. The path begins at the entrance past the neon installation and leads us first through a tropical forest. The variety of plants here is huge: heliconias, ferns, Bodhi trees, banana trees, Banyan trees, Majapahit trees, Baobab trees, Pule trees, bromeliads to name but a few. Inside the forest, we encounter moments such as a mossy rock turned fountain, a bench for meditating by a shrine, an enclosed garden where guests can listen to and read poetry by Artur Becker, and an enormous Pule tree in the middle. Beyond the forest, the path continues on to grasslands, a vast area close to the reception that extends to approximately the middle of the property and in which one can find every grass species available here on Bali.
当我们从一个区域移动到另一个区域时，景观会发生变化，雨水被引导到看起来像溪流（或雨季的河流）的河石洼中。泉水旁置有巨大的，精心摆放的河石，位于两座寺庙之间。布干薇和芬芳的“夜之女士”种植在用餐和休息区周围。塔树种植在高楼旁，以柔化建筑的大小和尺寸，并使其看起来更小一些。最后，一条隐藏的小路穿过一片香兰树林通向海滩。（Studio Jencquel创始人Max Jencquel）。
The landscape changes as we move from one zone to the next, and rainwater is channelled into swales of river rock that look like streams (or rivers in the rainy season). There is a sacred spring and, next to it, a large, carefully placed river rock set between two lava stone temples. Bougainvillaeas and fragrant “lady of the night” are planted generously around the dining and lounge areas. Tower trees are planted next to the tall buildings to appease the size and dimensions of the architectural giants and make them appear somewhat smaller. Finally, a hidden path leads to the beach through a forest of pandan trees.” (Studio Jencquel创始人Max Jencquel).
Adress: Jl. Ngurah Rai, Pekutatan, Kec.
Kabupaten Jembrana, Bali, Indonesien
Opening date: 15TH of July 2022
Company: PT. LOST LINDENBERG INDONESIA
Management: Denise Omurca, Nils Jansen
(LINDENBERG Hospitality GmbH)
Operational partner: May Hotels, Jan Seelen, Sensorial Management Group, Stijn van Leeuwen
Architectural team: Alexis Dornier & Studio Jencquel
Interiors and landscaping: Studio Jencquel
Construction management: Bali Construction
Number of rooms: 8
Communal areas: Lobby with shop, restaurant, bar, pool and lounge, workout/yoga area, sundeck, beach deck, spa
Total size: 8.440 m2
Services offered: Surf trips and courses, excursions to surf spots and other destinations in the VW bus, spa therapy, yoga courses, regular beach events with campfire, weddings, Secret River hikes, diving trips, traditional ceremonies.
Products: Gaya Ceramics, David Pompa Lamps, Pyzel surfboards, Heveya Matratzen, Parley sunglasses, in-house surf wear collection, in-house soaps from Republic of Soap.
更新日期：2022-10-14 15:47:42非常感谢 Alexis Dornier 与 Studio Jencquel 带来的精彩项目， 查阅更多