Location: Gili Air - Indoenesia
Type: Resort and Beach Club
Head Architect: Manuele Mossoni
The Gili Islands belong to an archipelago of three islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Air and Gili Menoe) between the larger islands of Bali and Lombok, this system belongs to the wider Indonesian archipelago. Gili Air in Indonesia means small island "Gili" water "Air", is one of the few islands that has a source of fresh water, a huge source of wealth for this area now and in the past.
Gili Air is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Indonesia because of its white beaches and untouched coral reef. Local politics has sought to preserve the identity of the place, encouraging the use of the architecture of the place and promoting sustainable methods of moving; in the island there aren’t cars and scooter. The characteristic and the equatorial temperatures ranging from 22 ° to 34 °, make this area a paradise on earth.
The Camilla Resort conforms as a system of villas just a few meters from the sea, the architecture is aligned with the traditional "rumah gladak", the typical local houses, which were added superior services.
An entrance with pool and sun deck characterizes all the villas and a large bedroom, the type B - C also possess a large living area. All villas can rely on common services such as reception, security and information points.