The Co-Living Resort
- (location) Lombok, Indonesia
- (client) confidential
- (date) 2016
- (status) confidential
The Co-Living is a island resort that centers its design on a large community facility.
The challenge was to create three defined areas without sacrificing the qualities of openness. The primary gesture is a large span sculptural roof with three concentric "peaks" to define three core areas - dining, work, leisure.
The centrality of each area is reinforced through three architectural devices: a centrifugal line network, a sculptural "open column" and a mezzanine level with a generous spiral staircase. Between these three peaks, the roof dips to create more intimate yet still open spaces that are flexible to future changes.