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Find below our selection of Bali style tea houses 
 

WOODEN TEA HOUSES

Available sizes: 3 x 3 meter (10' x 10') and and 4 x 4 meter (13' x 13'). Contact us via our  < contact us > form for a quotation.   

We produce original Bali style tea houses according to the decades old Balinese cosmological order which underlies the Balinese people's lives, as well as the way of thought and a window to into their minds.     

The tea house is specially designed top be built in tropical areas. It has a double slding entrance door fitted with tempered glass and a double mosquito screen door. The small openings between the glass sliding door and the sliding screen doors are closed by means of nylon brush seals as to avoid flies, bugs, mosquitos and other insects from entering the house. The structural parts and flooring of the tea house are made from termite resistant tropical Bangkirai hardwood. Sidings from tropical Camphor wood. Fixtures from stainless steel, grade 316. Roof decking from either Iron wood shingles or Bali style terracotta tiles. Be so kind to let us know which roof decking option you prefer, should you inquire for a price.     

The tea houses include the electrical design, however, international regulations do not allow us to install the electrical cables, sockets and switches. Our drawings are allowed and can be used by the electrical contractor for a full installation.  The tea house does not require a building permit for the USA and most other countries. 
 

Tea house 1   Tea house p2  
 Tea house built on Maui, Hawaii (3 x 3 meter)

 Tea house for Oakland, USA
4 x 4 meter

 



  Tea house p3

 The pictures at the left and the right were made by Misha Bruk

Ligthing desginer: Randall Whitehead

  Tea house p4

 

   

 

March 06 2021 crop May 07 2021 May 13 2021
 4 x 4 meter tea house under construction at our yard in Bali (March 2021). To be supplied to Malibu, CA

April 2021

May 2021, ready for shipment

  

Tea house Malibu inside 1  Tea house Malibu inside 2 Tea house Malibu outside evening 
 Interior view -1  

Interior view -2  

Evening in Malibu 

 

Prefab World Bali

Reviews from Prefab World Bali

On November 7, 2013 typhoon Haiyan, known as typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines, was the second deadliest on record that hit the archipelago killing over 4,000 peoiple which we deeply regret. The system's one-minute sustained winds reached to 315 km/h (196 mph), unofficially making Haiyan the 4th most intense tropical cyclone ever observed and made it the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall on record. Our engineering department designs our units in cyclone areas to cyclone rating and have added a 10% additional wind force to the general cyclone design codes to cope with global warming, introducing stronger cyclones in the future. Our unit A-2 sustained typhoon Haiyan and survived. This is what the owner wrote us:
"There were minor damages and the roof remained fully in tact. Your clients should know though that this house was properly designed and built with typhoons in mind. Good job Prefabworld Bali International".
Review from: Ron Catto, Philippines
Project: 50 m2 unit
Date: 21-11-2013
Rating: 5 out of 5.

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