An elevated V-shaped floor plan set the tone for this summer house’s cheery architecture imagined by Copenhagen-based studio Mencke & Vagnby and architect Peter Sand. Its two stories sum up to 3,230 square feet of charming indoor-outdoor entertaining and private spaces. The luxurious summer villa located in the small Canggu village of Bali, Indonesia, was designed to suit the needs of a Hong Kong based couple. Named Ashoka Canggu, this socializing and relaxing set of spaces were the result of merging Scandinavian traditions and Balinese materials. Seamless indoor/outdoor connections were created throughout, like the rough stone floor around the two pools transforming into a subtle matte version of itself inside.