The smallest Lumbung models (10 m2 to 15 m2 or 108 sqft to 161 sqft)
Below you will find our smallest types of Lumbungs. A Lumbung is locally called "Jineng" and is in fact based on the designs of the rice barns from the early days. The Balinese stored their harvested rice in these barns to dry. Later the barns became small huts to shelter the locals who had no place to stay. In the 80's a number or resorts started to utilzize existing barns to harbor their guests, whereas in the early 90's the bars wer modified into larger ans more spaceous unist which are still built nowadays If you find a model of your choice you may click on the download icon, whereupon you will be navigated to the page comprising your choice. The model pages will show the side elevations of the unit, floor plans which can be enlarged on-line and a general description regarding bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens, total sided areas, deck areas and building spaces required. The following codes are used:
S = sided area,
D= deck area,
B = balcony area
[K] refers to the possibility that a kitchen or kitchenette can be included,
A render or picture of the model can be viewed if you notice a magnifying glass in the model box. Click on the yellow highlighted model name to view.
A picture of the model is available if you notice a blue spot. Click on it to view the picture.
NOTE: The material specifications for the lumbungs differ from our standard wooden house material specifications. The Lumbung specifications can also be divided among themselves. You may fill in our <contact form> and contact us for a material descriptipon of the lumbun(s) of your choice.
Imporant note: The lumbungs shown on this page are NOT suitable to be bult in a cyclone area unless special measures will be taken by tying up with ropes to be secured to external anchor points.