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Meet The Designer of The Bali Camp Pacung Building


Still want to get more stories about Bali Camp Pacung marvelous building? Of course, it’s one building that won’t be easily forgotten once you’ve step your foot there. Though it’s not a hotel nor any recreation building, it can surely competes with the top hotel and bungalows in Bali.

However, a big question remains so far, who actually designed the building?

Finally I got a link to Prasetyo Budi Santoso, one of the Interior Designer who worked the project in year 1998.

Well, if you are a fan of Bali Camp, or someone who is interested to know how on earth such an office do exist in this world, check Prasetyo’s blog and get the insight scoop of the Bali Camp Pacung building design story.

There’s a very interesting note on his post’s ending:

“What is this place?” our visitor asked.
“Is it a mountain retreat? Is it an artist’s colony? Is it a think-thank or is it a playground?”

We reply: “A corporation on the cutting edge.”

Well, decide yourself… 😀


[above] Primary Meeting Room


[above] Reception Table Design (next time I’ll include the receptionist pictures as well… :D)


[ above] A cozy sofa at one of the living module (bungalow)


[above] A design of servery counter (honestly, I don’t know where is this one located..)


[above] A downward shot of one of the stairways in BC main building

10 thoughts on “Meet The Designer of The Bali Camp Pacung Building”

  1. pras says:

    Hello, the servery counter originally is placed in coffee shop end corner (at lobby floor) near connecting stair to mezzanine deck……

  2. djitz says:

    I see.. Didn’t really realize it since I seldom hang around the coffee shop at the lobby. 😀
    Thanks Pak Pras for the info and comment in this post!

  3. pras says:

    maybe because the drawing was indicating rear elevation side of the counter……

  4. djitz says:

    Pak Pras, I get it now…! Yeah, there is one picture in your picasa gallery that showed it.

    I thought the lamp is a tall one, but it’s just as high as the table right? Hehehe..

  5. pras says:

    Hi Djitz, it seem you still have another question about who was the Balicamp Building Architect! The Architect was Mr. Fong Wai Nam, he is an Indonesian Architect!

  6. Sumardika says:

    Hi Djitz,
    Thanks for sharing. I finally know who is ‘behind’ the scene 🙂

  7. djitz says:

    @Pak Pras, thank you once again for the information.. 😀
    I googled for his name, is he the one at PT Esenef?

    Anyway, it’s really cool to know that he’s an Indonesian. Makes me more proud as Indonesian! 😀

  8. djitz says:

    @Pak Sumardika (a.k.a. Pak Gede)
    Yeah, the Bali Camp Pacung building inspired me so much, I have written at least 3 posts about it so far. 😀

    Thanks to Pak Pras also for generously share the story and pictures in his blog.

  9. VeeniX says:

    umm wanna ask you something bout the software house still in pacung or it’s already relocated in jakarta?i’m wondering if you could send me an email bout it in my email

    (sorry my english wasn’t so good after all T_T)

  10. djitz says:

    Yes the Bali Camp Pacung is back to business since last July 2008, though most of the Bali Camp employee is still working in German Center, Tangerang. 😀

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