• Putu Surya Triana Dewi Sekolah Tinggi Desain Bali
  • Ni Ketut Sherlia Riski Kristanti Sekolah Tinggi Desain Bali


Tourism accommodation is growing rapidly in Bali. Ranging from hotels, villas, retreats, homestays, until recently what is on the rise is sustainable tourism accommodation with bamboo material in it, which not only offers shelter for the night, but also enjoys an overnight experience in it, the term 'staycation'. One of them is Bali Hideout. Hideout is a unique eco-friendly lodging for adventurous travelers. Bamboo residences hidden in the mountains of Mount Agung, on the banks of a beautiful river between rice fields, travelers are invited to enjoy authentic rural life in Bali. Although in Bali there are many accommodations that offer similar authenticity, Hideout provides a different space experience by eliminating massive walls, blending between inner and outer space, and changing perceptions of overnight romanticism that seem intimate and private only when inside closed spaces. be the opposite; outer space becomes something powerful to be presented in the space. Feel like being in the wild without having to really be outside. This study aims to determine the effect of bamboo interior design that integrates with nature, making nature as a major component in it to the psychological user of this tourism accommodation which is reviewed based on well-designed space according to Sally Agustin, using descriptive qualitative methods.

Keywords: sustainable, bamboo interior, interior psychology

How to Cite
Dewi, P., & Riski Kristanti, N. K. S. (2020). EFFECT OF BAMBOO INTERIOR DESIGN ON PSYCHOLOGICAL USERS OF HIDEOUT BALI. Proceeding International Conference on Information Technology, Multimedia, Architecture, Design, and E-Business, 1, 126-132. Retrieved from https://eprosiding.idbbali.ac.id/index.php/imade/article/view/379
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