Di­a­mond by the sea

Prestige Indonesia - - Agenda -

DE­SIGNED BY AN­TO­NIO CIT­TE­RIO PA­TRI­CIA VIEL and Part­ners, the Bul­gari Chapel at the Bul­gari Re­sort Bali re­flects a con­tem­po­rary in­ter­pre­ta­tion of tra­di­tional Ba­li­nese de­sign, while con­vey­ing Bul­gari's Ro­man style. Cov­er­ing 315.5 sqm and boast­ing high-end au­dio-vis­ual tech­nolo­gies equip­ment, it can ac­com­mo­date up to 90 guests. The re­sort of­fers ded­i­cated wed­ding plan­ner ser­vices to man­age all plan­ning and caters any spe­cial re­quest. The chapel's de­sign high­lights in­ti­macy. A wall is de­signed to sep­a­rate the venue, while open­ing up to the heart of the re­sort and to­wards the cov­ered ter­race. This wall is made of hand-hewn Paras Ker­obokan stones from Bali. The black wall at the back of the chapel is made of Bangki­ray wood and the floor­ing is com­posed of An­de­site vol­canic stones.

Passed the wooden door set in the stone wall, a daz­zling gold in­te­rior and In­dian Ocean view are re­vealed through trans­par­ent glazed walls. A tower lamp, rem­i­nis­cent of the Ba­li­nese pen­jor, a curved bam­boo pole adorned with co­conut leaves, wel­comes guests at the en­trance. The al­tar ta­ble is made of glass, with a hexag­o­nal hang­ing lamp above. For a semi-out­door wed­ding, the glass wall be­hind the al­tar can be opened. The chapel is ad­ja­cent to the 300sqm Pav­il­lion Ter­race. This glass roofed-ter­race, ac­ces­si­ble from the Pav­il­lion ball­room and the chapel, can ac­com­mo­date up to 160 guests and is a per­fect place to con­tinue the cel­e­bra­tions.

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