More than 200 full-page color photos capture the essence of the Indonesian island's architectural and interior design style, which ranges from relatively primitive bamboo dwellings to classy contemporary homes. Bali art forms are also included in a beautiful, detailed coverage of the Indonesian island's culture, history, and art. -- Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Indonesian-born Rio Helmi took up photography professionally in 1978 and spent the next five years working in Indonesian media. Since 1983 he has worked on a freelance basis for regional magazines, and his photographs have appeared internationally in GEO, The New York Times Magazine and Vogue. His work has also been published in numerous books including River of Gems: A Borneo Journal. He lives in Bali. Barbara Walter is a design consultant to several museums in the United States, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, and for twenty years was president of the international design firm Interior Design Concepts. Her love of Bali stems from a seven year period of living on the island. She now lives in Vermont and Florida.
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