KOMPAS.com – The Tiing Hotel in Bali received an accolade for having the ‘Best Hotel Design in 2020’ based on this year’s Dezeen Awards.
The Dezeen Awards is in its third year and has handed out awards for the best designs, interior, and architectural projects in the world in which 62,000 participants joined in the 2020 edition.
The Tiing Hotel has emerged as one of the more secluded places to stay in Bali thanks to its location in Tejakula near northern Bali.
Reaching the location takes a 2.5-hour drive by car where you will pass through wooded areas from the I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport in Denpasar.
The hotel was designed by architect Nic Brunsdon who described the achievement as “an award for the bold”.
Travelers can have a first-hand look at this secluded 14-room hotel in Bali for $43 (Rp 619,000) per night.
In explaining his vision, Nic said that he wanted to design the hotel based on the landscape of the area.
Translating his vision into real life, the Tiing Hotel features seven “blades”, each giving the impression of a hallway complemented by high ceilings.