Shomali design studio, based in Iran, experimented with unusual geometries in its latest project, a complex of small houses in the jungle of Bali.
In the sloping lands of the rainforest in Indonesia, the architectural team chose to create a complex consisting of three tiny houses.
Each of the houses is divided in the middle, divided by a narrow, glass piece that allows the natural environment to “enter” the houses.
The studio, led by Yaser Rashid Shomali and Yasin Rashid Shomali, conceived the “eibche” project as a complex of small houses that look more like objects than houses.
The architectural duo comments on the work: “They are nuclei in the heart of mountains and tropical forests. “Split in half, they allow nature to enter the homes and are ultimately a very attractive place to live.”