Sebun Kedis, Sanggingan, Bali
       
     
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Sebun Kedis, Sanggingan, Bali
       
     
Sebun Kedis, Sanggingan, Bali

"I did not need to go outdoors to take the air, for the atmosphere within had lost none of its freshness…I found myself suddenly neighbour to the birds; not by having imprisoned one, but having caged myself near them.” Henry Thoreau.

Maximilian Jencquel's private residence, Sebun Kedis, earns its name from the Balinese words "Bird House". Perched like a tree-house on a steel frame, Sebun Kedis is built from recycled teak from a rundown barn in Java and a revived ironwood bridge in Borneo. Every element of the house - from the floor, floor joists, windows and doors reflect the transient and sustainable nature of the property. 

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