An Eco-Friendly Pavilion in Bali

We imagine that life in Bali is pretty sweet--pristine beaches, historic temples, and tons of art and culture. What could make your Bali experience even more spectacular is this eco-friendly, open-air Balinese pavilion, which was built for The Fast and the Furious director Rob Cohen and now up for sale for $3 million. View the listing.

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We imagine that life in Bali is pretty sweet--pristine beaches, historic temples, and tons of art and culture. What could make your Bali experience even more spectacular is this eco-friendly, open-air Balinese pavilion, which was built for The Fast and the Furious director Rob Cohen and now up for sale for $3 million. View the listing.
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This open-air Balinese pavilion was built by Linda Garland, a landscape designer and environmentalist who has lived on Bali for 35 years. This stunning, totally drool-worthy abode was featured in Architectural Digest in 2009.
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The compound is made of recycled timber and includes a locally grown grass roof. The residence consists of three traditional big houses and one lambing (a rice house), which serves as the guest house. Each pavilion sits about 10 feet above ground on huge stilts to make them less vulnerable to earthquake activity.
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According to Architectural Digest, "Sumatran master builders lived on Cohen’s property during construction. A dozen carpenters erected the pavilions over a period of a year without benefit of cranes or Caterpillars and assembled them without nails, pegging them in place."
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The beachfront open air compound features five plus bedrooms, six plus bathrooms, and a pool.
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The largest pavilion includes the living and dining areas. Cohen also scooped up additional properties next to the first one he bought so he could secure unobstructed views from his magnificent pavilions.
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Is this not island living at its grandest?!
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