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Mandala Eco-Village is committed to maintaining as much green space as possible. To keep this commitment, we have bundled the land into oversized plots with the caveat that only 20% can be built on. With this pledge, we embody our sustainability infrastructure principles in connection with six fundamental aspects: architectural design, architecture material, landscape, energy, water, and waste.

Mandala Villa Catalogue

Our ecological designs blend into Lombok’s tropical environment and conserve the comfort inside each villa naturally, all without the need of electricity. This is achieved through our passive cooling and heating strategies that include well-ventilated spaces, tree positioning, courtyards, glazed windows, and outdoor surfaces.Wind fans transfer a cool breeze into the interior and our solar chimney improves the ventilation - much needed in the dryness of tropical Lombok. Water ponds are also added to create a peaceful and relaxing space.

Naia

Experience eco-luxury at Villa Naia 3B, a spacious villa with 3 bedrooms, 3 toilets, 3 terraces, and a plunge pool. Its sustainable construction and serene shell-like design provide the perfect retreat for families and groups seeking a tranquil getaway.

yara

Villa Yara is a stylish 1-bedroom studio villa designed to harmonize with nature. Its glass features frame beautiful surroundings, and the 70m2 space encompasses a bedroom, pantry, and a remarkable open-ceiling bathroom, inviting you to shower under the star.

Kaia

Villa Kaia, a 1-bedroom villa spanning 60m2, takes inspiration from the Spanish Dancer Fish. Its undulated roof design blends harmoniously with the surroundings, offering privacy, coziness, and an outdoor stone-encased bathtub as a special feature.

SEREIA

Villa Sereia is a mermaid-inspired 2-level villa with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 100m2 footprint. It features a symmetrical design, a balcony on the second floor, and a central pool, with a dining and kitchen area on one side and a breezy living area on the other.

CORALIA

Villa Coralia is a 1-bedroom villa with bamboo-inspired cathedral-like entrance roofs. The 102m2 villa features an open living, dining, and kitchen area on an outdoor deck overlooking a 15m2 plunge pool. The bedroom and open bathroom exude spaciousness with high ceilings and multi-level flooring.

naia

Experience eco-luxury at Villa Naia 3B, a spacious villa with 3 bedrooms, 3 toilets, 3 terraces, and a plunge pool. Its sustainable construction and serene shell-like design provide the perfect retreat for families and groups seeking a tranquil getaway.

yara

Villa Yara is a stylish 1-bedroom studio villa designed to harmonize with nature. Its glass features frame beautiful surroundings, and the 70m2 space encompasses a bedroom, pantry, and a remarkable open-ceiling bathroom, inviting you to shower under the star.

kaia

Villa Kaia, a 1-bedroom villa spanning 60m2, takes inspiration from the Spanish Dancer Fish. Its undulated roof design blends harmoniously with the surroundings, offering privacy, coziness, and an outdoor stone-encased bathtub as a special feature.

sereia

Villa Sereia is a mermaid-inspired 2-level villa with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 100m2 footprint. It features a symmetrical design, a balcony on the second floor, and a central pool, with a dining and kitchen area on one side and a breezy living area on the other.

coralia

Villa Coralia is a 1-bedroom villa with bamboo-inspired cathedral-like entrance roofs. The 102m2 villa features an open living, dining, and kitchen area on an outdoor deck overlooking a 15m2 plunge pool. The bedroom and open bathroom exude spaciousness with high ceilings and multi-level flooring.

VILLA DESIGNS
YARA
KAIA
SEREIA
CORALIA
NAIA

Mandala Villa Catalogue

Our ecological designs blend into Lombok’s tropical environment and conserve the comfort inside each villa naturally, all without the need of electricity. This is achieved through our passive cooling and heating strategies that include well-ventilated spaces, tree positioning, courtyards, glazed windows, and outdoor surfaces.Wind fans transfer a cool breeze into the interior and our solar chimney improves the ventilation - much needed in the dryness of tropical Lombok. Water ponds are also added to create a peaceful and relaxing space.

Architectural Materials

The selection of materials plays a crucial role in creating a sustainable infrastructure and achieving our sustainability goals at Mandala Eco-Village. Our primary focus is on minimizing the carbon footprint during the design and development process. To achieve this, we prioritize the use of locally sourced materials such as stone, wood, and bamboo.

In construction, we prioritize reclaimed wood over reinforced concrete. Additionally, we extensively utilize locally sourced bamboo as an eco-friendly alternative in various aspects of our villa design. Throughout the construction process, we carefully consider and incorporate refurbished and sustainable materials.

Bamboo

Bamboo stands out as an exceptional "green" building material, thanks to its remarkable strength and flexibility. Not only is it sustainable, but it also requires minimal maintenance, helps prevent soil erosion, serves as a source of biofuel, provides habitat for wildlife, and offers a nutritious food source for both humans and wildlife. Bamboo addresses various sustainability challenges while also offering a potential solution for developments in impoverished areas. Its versatility and numerous ecological benefits make it an ideal choice for sustainable construction and development.

Limestone

Limestone is a renowned building material known for its longevity, durability, and widespread use in construction. It is a popular choice due to its aesthetic appeal and ability to withstand the test of time. In terms of environmental impact, limestone is considered one of the most eco-friendly building materials when compared to wood and brick. It offers advantages such as low maintenance requirements and the absence of frequent replacements, contributing to its sustainability. These qualities make limestone an attractive option for sustainable building practices, ensuring both durability and reduced environmental impact.

Wood

At Mandala Eco-Village, we emphasize the use of sustainable wood for construction, prioritizing safety, affordability, and efficiency while maximizing available resources. By selecting sustainably harvested timber, we contribute to the preservation of biodiversity and natural habitats. Our commitment to open-source principles enables the replication of our designs, fostering widespread adoption of sustainable practices. With the integration of sustainable wood, we embrace a greener future and maintain a harmonious balance between human needs and ecological preservation.

Timber

Natural materials such as soil, stone, and timber/biomass are ideal building materials due to their low carbon emissions, reduced carbon footprint, and potential for recycling and reuse. These materials have a minimal environmental impact and contribute to the resilience, health, energy security, and industrial competitiveness of ecosystems. By prioritizing low carbon impact materials, we not only create sustainable structures but also promote a greener future that benefits both the environment and society as a whole.
sustainability principles

Landscape

At Mandala Eco-Village, we are conscientious in our development plans, carefully considering the extent of grass coverage in our gardens. We actively manage the relationship between our residential site and the surrounding flora and fauna. Our primary objectives include enhancing landscape soils, implementing strategies to mitigate flood risks, utilizing permeable outdoor pathways, and seamlessly integrating landscape design with architectural design. By prioritizing these aspects, we create harmonious and sustainable environments that coexist with the natural ecosystem.

Energy

We reduce the use of fossil fuels in the building process of our villas and prioritize reducing pollution in the air, land, and water. Through efficiency measures in all aspects of our development, we are able to allocate more resources towards sustainable energy solutions. Our villas do not include air conditioning, electrical stoves, electrical hot water generation, incandescent bulbs, or fossil fuel backup generators.Instead, we utilize passive design techniques for natural ventilation, gas stoves, heat pumps, LED bulbs, timer-connected pumps, and gravity tanks for water. We conduct research and implement lifecycle cost analysis to guide our long-term decision making regarding energy consumption. Our future plans involve the use of solar panels, customization of electricity meters, and the reduction of light pollution.

Water

At Mandala Eco-Village, we prioritize the preservation and responsible management of Lombok's freshwater resources. To achieve this, we employ various strategies such as preserving, treating, and recycling water. Our approach includes the implementation of wastewater gardens, a centralized sewage water system, and the use of grey water for irrigation purposes. We also employ bioseptic tanks to treat black water and install metering systems to collect data and detect leaks for efficient water usage. In our swimming pools, we utilize an efficient pool size along with a double filtration system consisting of sand and diatomic filters. Additionally, we promote water conservation by incorporating dual flush toilets to minimize water consumption and prohibit the use of waterfall showers. Moreover, our drainage system is designed to ensure rainwater is absorbed back into the soil, preventing water runoffs during heavy rainfall. We have a well-planned rain management strategy that includes surface water collection methods during the rainy season. Through these measures, we demonstrate our commitment to preserving water resources and promoting sustainable water practices within our community.

Waste

At Mandala Eco-Village, we demonstrate our respect for the land by practicing responsible waste management. Our approach encompasses the efficient utilization of energy, human efforts, time, technology, and financial resources to achieve sustainability goals. Starting with simple actions like providing a central food station for construction workers to reduce individual food packaging waste, we extend our commitment to our homes by using environmentally friendly cleaning and self-care products. We prioritize the upcycling of debris and actively partner with local plastic waste depots, contributing to the local economy while minimizing environmental impact. In addition to our focus on sustainable infrastructure, we implement a comprehensive waste management plan, ensuring a responsible and circular approach for our customers. Through these endeavors, we strive to make a positive impact on the environment, fostering a sustainable and harmonious community.

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