We started the design with a Ritz-Carlton hotel, now AYANA and the property has grown over the years doubled, even tripled in size to include a world-class spa, Rock Bar, and many other amenities which keep guests coming back year after year.
Ayana Residences is an opportunity for buyers who wish to live this lifestyle and enjoy the Balinese culture.
The architecture itself is simple and meant to be contemporary, but lasting. It allows the owner to live their own lifestyle, personalize their spaces, and have their own private gardens and use of their own pool. So it really becomes a home, this is not just designed for everybody, but can be designed for the individual and their family to make this their home away from home.
In the conceptualization of the property we wanted to bring the elements of the garden into the building and onto the rooftop. The building itself is quite informal. We used some oversized natural Balinese stones which climbs out from the garden over the roof and down again. So the rooftop, the ground floor gardens, the apartments are all integrated into the landscape.
The design of the units themselves, we worked closely with the interior designer to balance the light so your rooms are soft daylit, not relying on artificial lighting, and can be naturally ventilated and naturally lit all day.
We have simple elegant touches of Balinese architecture/artifacts and use of stones to really bring an elegance and sense of luxury to the project. But it's not ostentatious, it's not over-designed in any way. This is a building that is really meant to be relaxed and resort-like and reflects well on the lifestyle of the Balinese culture. It's a very tranquil place, yet at the same time there's so many things to do here.
Immersed in this beautiful island, to own a property here, to live here, and take advantage of all the amenities of the entire property... it will really keep you coming back for months and months.
We're just proud to be associated with it and I think it's going to be a huge success. I want to welcome you and I hope you enjoy it.