Finding Balance in Bali by Holly Cunneen | 11 April, 2017 In the latest issue of Habitus, Sophia Watson speak to Widi Adnyana about designing his family home, one built around the concept of Sujiva – comfortable living. The lives of this Bali-based family is a busy one. Man of the house, Widi Adnyana, is one of the founders and the principal architect of boutique design firm, Somia Design, while his wife Sulis – an experienced design consultant – also has a boutique consultancy of her own. Having lived, worked and met in Singapore before moving to Bali, Widi recalls “living in small apartments in Singapore, we had always dreamt of having a spacious home with a small working studio in Bali.” And that’s the dream, right? Being able to design a way of life for ourselves that perfectly satisfies our needs to work, live and play – but where do you start? For Widi, it began with understanding the daily routines of his family. And from there, the design needs of their dynamic started to become clear… Read the full story in Habitus issue #35, available now. Words by Sophia Watson Photography by Mario Wibowa Tags: Home Architecture, House Architecture, Residential Architecture Related Posts Is Queensland’s Vernacular Architecture Evolving?