‘Ocean Rock’ – Shaping Unique Tourism Destinations | November 2017
Integrating our expertise in Master Planning, Concept Architecture and Landscape Design, our Hospitality Design Team has recently delivered a Preliminary Conceptual Master Plan for an Integrated Resort, Residential and Tourism Destination near the renowned Padang-Padang Bay in Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia. The 11 ha slightly undulating project site is located atop a 50 meter high cliff offering spectacular views across the Indian Ocean and includes a range of tourism, retail and residential offerings, including a 5-Star hotel, two villa clusters, and 1500 ‘Condo-villa’ apartments.
The project is differentiated and characterized by a central public amenity spine that provides direct access to the beach from the 50m high cliffs (unique to Uluwatu area). It offers high quality F&B, retail, and leisure amenities; including outdoor dining areas, an urban gallery space, Balinese architecture and open plazas for events such as concerts and arts performances.
“Ocean Rock” provides an alternative and unique offering to the existing tourism and leisure products available on Bali, and is envisioned to become the destination of choice for residents and tourist alike looking for one-stop destination to experience all that Bali has to offer: breathtaking views, word-class festivals, mouthwatering food, spectacular beaches, and high quality accommodation. Everything is integrated in a pedestrian friendly environment, providing a human-scale, lively and animated development. After completion of the Preliminary Conceptual Master Plan, our Landscape Architects and Architects have started to develop the Conceptual and Schematic design to make the central public spine characterizing the project a reality.