Bali modern: the art of tropical living

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Periplus, 2000 - Architecture - 176 pages
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This book documents the transformation that Balinese architecture and interior design have undergone over the past five years. Cleaner lines, more imaginative use of space, A-frame roofs, and the use of stone, concrete, and ceramic roof tiles are increasingly visible along with the traditional coconut wood, teak, and thatching.

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The Art of Tropical Living
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The Tropical Garden Revisited
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About the author (2000)

Gianni Francione is an architect from Turin, North Italy, who has livedin Bali for over 20 years. He is inspired by tribal art and the vernacular architectural tradition of Indonesia, and has designed countless tropical homes.

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