WOODEN HOUSE BALI GALLERIE WINDOWS
In the past, traditional wooden shutters were both ornamental and practical.
They allowed to ventilate the rooms and let a little light in the bedrooms during the day.
Most daytime activities took place in the open pavilions. with the exception of the kitchen, usually very dark. the introduction of glass windows in the Dutch colonial era was not a success, as they swore with traditional structures.
Peter Müller’s success came with his system of sliding glass doors hiding in the thick walls that he installed in the villas of the Hotel Amandari, a system now used in most of the closed pavilions of the tropical world. .
Grids and decorative vents, of various shapes, are an essential part of all tropical architecture, but these elements have become in Bali an authentic form
This is the art of stone vents.
Painted wood grates are another variant of the Balinese window.
The windows we offer are unique Indonesian pieces, since they are hand-made.
The know-how of our craftsmen-staff under the supervision of our “experience” will make your doors carved in teak, the object of admiration.
Whatever your projects or requests, we will find or we will make what you want.
Depending on your choice of house: joglo, gladak, limasan we will find the windows that suit your taste or we will make it by our craftsmen collaborator.