Villa Ben has been inspired by tropical design where the swimming
pool and a decorative water wall is the focal point of each
unit. Structurally, all rooms have sliding doors that open wide
to embrace the outdoors and create a seamless living effect.
An open-plan living space overlooks the pool and features a
dining table and a galley-styled kitchen facility. A customised
sofa with bold red cushions is complemented by exotic pieces
of local artistry.
A cleverly concealed service area runs along a narrow passageway
at the side of each villa unit. There is a second kitchen for
the out-of-sight preparation of meals as well as staff quarters,
a laundry and a small bathroom.
There are three bedroom suites all located off the living space.
Each has a clean-line décor and a double bed for comfort. Red
scatter cushions together with a bedside lamp in the same shade
add a splash of colour to this minimalist setting.
Two bedrooms have a lavish en-suite bathroom for spa-styled
bathing indulgence with twin vanities, a separate bath tub and
rain shower. The slightly smaller third bedroom, which is suitable
for children, has a bath tub with a showerhead attachment.
A compact outdoor environment incorporates a swimming pool edged
by a timber deck. An aesthetic water wall flows continuously
to cool the entire compound by several degrees. A pair of lounging
beds is positioned at one end of the pool to catch the sun.
There is also a modern interpretation of a Balinese pavilion
tucked neatly into a corner of the garden. Fitted with Villa
Ben’s signature red cushions, it is a shady spot to stretch
out with a book, enjoy a nap or take pleasure in a massage treatment.