The conceptual 'Eibche' cabins have been designed by the Shomali Design Studio as a modern take on the humble Balinese cabin in a bid to help merge traditions with present capabilities. The cabins feature an elevated structure that boasts both concrete and bamboo into the design, which could put a focus on enhanced stability. The dwellings help to strike a balance between tropical aesthetics and contemporary architecture to identify what could be done in the near future for residents of the island.
Yasser Shomali spoke on the conceptual 'Eibche' cabins saying, "As Balinese people traditionally use tripartite divisions, we tried to hold the spirit of this format and use it in a modern way. On the other hand, splitting the cabin in half with the separating walls allowed nature to move inside. Using natural materials encouraged us to hold their color. No natural colors were altered and the only addition we made was a white wash to make their harmony and contrast pop more. Residents can now be immersed in the scenic setting even if they are indoors."