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Building Sustainably

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Renewable Materials

For the design and build of the Alchemy Yoga and Meditation Center, we are proud to collaborate with Ibuku Bali, a renowned architectural firm specializing in sustainable bamboo structures. By partnering with Ibuku Bali, we incorporate their expertise in designing and constructing bamboo buildings, which are not only visually stunning but also eco-friendly. Through the use of bamboo, a rapidly renewable resource, we demonstrate our commitment to sustainable construction practices while showcasing the beauty of natural materials. Furthermore, at our Uluwatu facility, we take sustainability a step further by repurposing existing buildings. By reusing structures, we reduce the need for new construction materials and limit the environmental impact associated with demolition. This approach not only minimizes waste but also preserves the unique character and history of the area, contributing to a more sustainable and mindful development process.​

Environmental Assessments & Utilizing Existing Structures

In our pursuit of sustainability, we challenge ourselves to go beyond conventional building practices. We conduct "appropriate evaluation" environmental assessments during the construction phase to ensure that our restaurants are as sustainable during their development as they are when they are fully operational. These assessments help us identify areas where we can maximize the reuse of materials, specify materials with high recycled content, install energy-efficient equipment, and ensure that all timber used is certified as sustainable.​

By incorporating natural and recycled materials, collaborating with experts in sustainable architecture, reusing existing structures as seen in Alchemy Ubud and Uluwatu restaurants, and conducting thorough environmental assessments, we create restaurants that are true embodiments of our commitment to sustainability. Join us in experiencing a unique dining experience while supporting our mission to build a greener and more sustainable future.​

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