East Ledang, Iskandar, Malaysia

Entrance with Balinese front door.

Photography by Ken Tan

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Photos by Ken TanHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A couple from SingaporeLocation: East Ledang, Iskandar Puteri, MalaysiaSize: Floor area of 540 square metres (5,800 square feet); land area of 800 square metres (8,600 square feet)Project duration: 9 monthsThe intricately carved Balinese door, juxtaposed against modern lines and a monochromatic palette, makes a striking statement at the main entrance. It sets the tone for the modern Balinese style that pervades the house.

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kimflynn10 added this to kimflynn10's ideas17 February 2019

Great entrance , perfect match with pottery planters and door

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