David Bowie's Caribbean Getaway  The freestanding teak dining pavilion with a circa 1825 English lantern, is an adaptation by Garland of the Yoglo style used in the palaces of central Java. She reinterpreted the carved balustrade, which depicts the Naga, the symbol of immortality, and reproduced the dining chairs from ones used at Raffles.

David Bowie's Caribbean Getaway The freestanding teak dining pavilion with a circa 1825 English lantern, is an adaptation by Garland of the Yoglo style used in the palaces of central Java. She reinterpreted the carved balustrade, which depicts the Naga, the symbol of immortality, and reproduced the dining chairs from ones used at Raffles.

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Piso barro, always wanted a house build around the patio with doors opening into it. Awww wouldn't it be lovely?-- the pillars! ❤️

This upstate New York home has authentic Balinese Pavilions with dark wood flooring, stone walls, light bamboo construction and exposed rafters.

This upstate New York home has authentic Balinese Pavilions with dark wood flooring, stone walls, light bamboo construction and exposed rafters.

“By the stone entrance is a 19th-century teak carved wall known as a ‘pateanaring panel,’ which is an internal wall from a traditional house in central Java,” explains Garland. (David Bowie's House on the Island of Mustique)

“By the stone entrance is a 19th-century teak carved wall known as a ‘pateanaring panel,’ which is an internal wall from a traditional house in central Java,” explains Garland. (David Bowie's House on the Island of Mustique)

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