353 Degrees North by Jodie Cooper Design is an exotic retreat located in the the village on Nusa Lembongan, on a beautiful island southeast of Bali, in Indonesia. From dawn to dusk, the residence frames a magnificent natural landscape, shaped by lush tropical vegetation and panoramic ocean views. A 14 meter infinity pool good for swimming laps and an outdoor bale for both lounge and dining, makes this place a getaway to remember. An expansive grassed area next to the pool hints the way towards the Balinese temples.

The Indonesian villa features three bedrooms and can accommodate up to six persons. The social core of the building is an open plan living area, with glass walls opening to the pool terrace. As far as the interior design goes, here is a short excerpt from the official property description offered by the designer:”353 Degrees North is an exotic blend of traditional Balinese & contemporary architectural styles. The interior décor showcases the owner’s personal collection from their global travels. An eclectic mix of modern pieces, which include antiques and Moroccan treasures.” One of the many highlights of the villa is a roof terrace, especially envisioned for casual cocktail parties. [Photos by Agus Darmika Photography]