Hideout Cocoon

Best Implemented Apartment / Private House Interior Design Project

About the project
Hideout Cocoon is inspired by a cocoon that metamorphoses into a beautiful butterfly. The process of changing the shape of the egg, caterpillar, cocoon and becoming a butterfly, is consistently implemented in a unique and elegant interior design. The beauty of the mosquito net on the egg-shaped ceiling covered with natural silk, the pantry table and the elegant caterpillar-shaped day bed. For the architectural design of the building, it represents a warm and protective cocoon. While beautiful butterflies are analogous to humans who inhabit them. All materials using bamboo are used as materials that are sustainable, flexible and also strong. The building is placed between the beautiful tropical forest and river flow to provide a unified whole in this cocoon design concept.

Bali, Indonesia

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Applicant and authors of the project
Studio WNAarchitectural consultant specializing in bamboo design in Bali, Indonesia. «Our projects are related to hospitality business in Indonesia and overseas. Such as villas, glampings, exhibition houses, restaurants, yoga shalas, and boutique resorts. We combine architecture and local culture in to our design. Also we take inspiration from nature.»
Project by Widhi Nugroho.

Other participants
Contractor: Local Bamboo Artisan
Photographer: @driftersandlovers, @jonashornehoj