The intricate, flower-patterned tiles are especially created for the spa by the artisans of Pejaten, a neighbouring village famous for its terracotta production. Batu candi, a local volcanic stone, brings the colour of the resort’s black-sand beach within the interiors of the villas. Bronze and stone accessories found throughout the development are also the result of the collaboration between SCDA and local craftsmen.
This collective design and construction process united the efforts of the design team and the Balinese artisans, allowing Soori Bali to be thoroughly anchored in its surrounding context by literally moulding it out of locally available materials and skills, bringing a new twist to the concept of oeuvre d’art totale.
Located on Bali’s south-western coast, Soori Bali is nestled within the picturesque Tabanan Regency, where volcanic mountains loom above verdant rice terraces and striking black-sand beaches.
Soori Bali offers three dining options (Cotta, Ombak and the Reading Room), a full-service Soori Spa, infinity pool, bar, 24-hour gym and library.
As a testament to its commitment to the environment and community, Soori Bali is certified to have met the rigorous requirements of the EC3 Global EarthCheck Standard for Building, Planning and Design.