What is a Bali style?

Balinese style is incorporating the outdoors like no other interior decorating style.

Balinese architecture is influenced by Balinese lifestyles, spatial organization, communal-based social interactions, as well as philosophy and spirituality; most of this is due to Balinese Hinduism. The tripartite divisions are a recurring feature in Balinese design.

Balinese architecture is influenced by Balinese lifestyles, spatial organization, communal-based social interactions, as well as philosophy and spirituality.

Most of this is due to Balinese Hinduism. The tripartite divisions are a recurring feature in Balinese design. 

 

Traditional Balinese architecture follows stringent and sacred architectural standards, allowing plenty of open space and consisting of a large courtyard with numerous modest pavilions, surrounded by a wall to keep evil spirits out and guarded by guardian statues.

 

[Several philosophical and intellectual themes underpin the development of Balinese traditional architecture, including:

 

  • Tri Hita Karana:
  • Tri Mandala:
  • Sanga Mandala:
  • Tri Angga:
  • Tri Loka:
  • Asta Kosala Kosali:
  • Arga Segara or Kaja Kelod: