Tiny Tetra House

The ‘tiny tetra’ house is a 64 sqm home built using wood, glass and recycled materials, that blends into its surroundings by making use of the materials’ reflective characteristics. Its diagonally oriented floor plan creates exciting spaces that bring the outside in, while strategically placed openings carefully frame outside views. For its roof and walls construction, Stilt Studios has used corrugated sheets made of recycled Tetra Pak beverage cartons. Bali, as many places in the world, has a waste recycling problem and by using recycled materials for building, alongside wood, the company hopes to contribute positively to the local circular economy and community.

House JO

A circular array of grid shells form this residence at Tampah Hills overlooking the bay. We will use laminated timber to form the arches that will create the shells. Our ambition is to use bamboo to create the members for the shells – the inside courtyard will be a sanctuary protected and secluded.