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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Studio Jencquel

Studio Jencquel is an international boutique design Studio based in Ubud, the art and culture capital of Indonesia, founded in 2010 by its founder Maximilian Jencquel. Drawing on the principles of slow design, the studio focuses on harmonious composition through architecture, furniture and interior design. Starting from the different cultural influences of South America, North America, Europe and Southeast Asia, founder Maximilian Jencquel embarks on a personal journey with his client, where each part of the design process has a purpose and tells a unique story.

Maximilian Jencquel was born in Venezuela in 1978 and is fluent in five languages: English, Spanish, French, German and Indonesian. After studying in the United States, he received a master's degree in interior design from the prestigious Esag Penninghen Institute in Paris, France, graduating as valedictine in 2005. In 2006, he joined Christian Liaigre's design studio in Paris and spent several years assisting with projects from all over the world.

In 2010, Maximilian Jencquel decided to leave Paris after a trip to Indonesia, where he discovered a visceral connection to Ubud, Bali's cultural and artistic hub. After setting up Jencquel Studio, Maximilian Jencquel is now pursuing his passion for vernacular architecture and tropical landscapes inspired by his childhood in Venezuela. Today, they are the DNA of his creativity.

In order to maintain a sense of harmony between the physical and social elements of the world around them, Studio Jencquel makes a deep personal journey through each part of the creative process by drawing on the principles of slow design, using adaptive, sustainable design methods, Jencquel Studio seeks rich meaning and a unique emotional connection with materials and physical structures.

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    Design Works

    • Lost Lindenberg Guest House

      Alexis Dornier and Studio Jencquel are responsible for LOST’s architecture. The main idea was to create an unusual, dreamy experience in the midst of a mystical jungle. Their imagined spaces and walkways high off the ground. Constructed beside tall coconut trees, the staggered towers provide a glimpse of the sea in front.
    • Rumah Fajar House

      Rumah Fajar, which means “The House of Dawn” in Bahasa Indonesia, is a modern architectural interpretation of a traditional Balinese longhouse bale agung.
    • Rumah Purnama

      Rumah Purnama, which means “The House of the Full Moon” in Bahasa Indonesia, is a heritage Balinese wantilan home that was recently fully restored and renovated by Studio Jencquel, to now encompass the luxuries of modernity while retaining the charm of Bali’s bohemian heyday. 
    • The Bali Home

      The Bali Home is an understated and humble private villa, yet also is a subtly audacious hybrid, bridging the West and the East.
    • Hartland Estate

      Hartland is a private estate, nestled into the slopes of Ubud’s scenic Sayan Ridge.