Natuna Dive Resort
Natuna, Indonesia

On a small, outer island, the main two-storey hotel contains 13 guest rooms on the upper floor, with a reception area and breakfast room on the ground floor. A separate annex contains eight additional guest rooms, and ancillary structures house coffee and gift shops, staff quarters, a small kitchen, and public toilets. A 200-metre timber bridge into the sea leads to a rock formation that serves as a swimming pool. Built almost completely of timber, local woodworkers undertook all of the construction. The site is characterised by rock formations and palm groves, and the main block of the hotel is raised on stilts to protect the environment, while the other structures are carefully integrated within it.

Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Natuna, Indonesia
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Completed 2020
980 m²
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