Excerpt: The Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort designed by ONG&ONG is an environmentally conscious architectural project that utilizes passive and programmatic techniques for sustainable development. Paying homage to the local culture, the building placements are modelled after traditional Balinese village settings where there are courtyards and clustered spaces in between buildings.
[Text as submitted by architect] Perched in the hilly area of the Southern Bali Peninsular, Renaissance Nusa Dua in Bali is surrounded by natural beauty, culture, and history. Adopting the Tri Angga concept for the design process, the complex is a journey of the different hierarchies of the realms: kelod, madya, and kaja. Harmony and balance are maintained throughout the three parts.
Paying homage to the local culture, building placements are modelled after traditional Balinese village settings where there are courtyards and clustered spaces in between buildings. There are 388 keys, an avant-garde Grand Ballroom that can fit up to 800 pax, a spa for relaxation and plenty of F&B options for guests to dine in at the Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort. At the hotel, courtyards designed as Balinese secret gardens are set within proximity of guest rooms, creating an ambience that is private and sacred.
The Renaissance Nusa Dua was conceived with an awareness of environmental sustainability and sensitivity, where many techniques, both passive and programmatic, were deployed to achieve the attributes of a highly sustainable development. Minimalist but chic, the hotel is set to make every stay extraordinary.