Suku houses are towards the end of a Gang , a small avenue with only the neighbours\’ houses around. It\’s a quiet, tucked away little residential road, but walk to the top of the avenue and you\’re on Jalan Pantai Berawa, with all of its one-off cafes, restaurants and wellness spots.
Some of our nearby favourites are Farine Bakery for freshly baked bread every day, the all plant-based café Peloton just down the road, Milk & Madu around the corner for lunch,
But it\’s not all just eating, drinking and pampering. Berawa also has a good choice of co-working spaces – the business centre at Finns Recreation Club, Outpost, Genesis and Kinship Studio.
There are also some of the best-known international schools in Bali, right here in Berawa – Canggu Community School, Montessori and Alam Atelier. So whether you\’re in the area long-term or for short stints, everything is right on your doorstep.
The architecture is modern, crisp and calming, while still reflecting the tropical, beach-town feeling of Canggu from the outside in. It also showcases local craftsmanship and sustainable materials are used wherever possible.
From the outside the buildings feel bright and clean-lined, softened up with tropical greenery and the creamy, off-white natural brickwork of the facade.
Using responsible materials and building techniques is the focus as well as recycled and sustainable timbers. Greensense concrete is used wherever possible,
Inside, open spaces with floor to ceiling sliding doors and windows, along with a central louvered skylight will let the outside in. They\’ll also flood the house with natural light and cross-ventilation, helping to keep the building cool and reducing the need for electricity during the day.
Nearly all of the interiors are being handmade especially for Suku houses by local craftspeople in Bali and Java.
Recycled teakwood will be used for most of the furniture. Locally made tiles and natural stone finishing\’s for walls and countertops. The lantern lighting is made with banana fibre paper by makers in Ubud. and the handwoven Ikat fabrics are being sourced from all over Indonesia.
25 Years Leasehold + 15 Years to extend