It is five-star living with vast spiral staircases, bridges and stunning sloping roofs.
But this village of 18 homes provides luxury without the guilt, as the properties are all crafted from sustainably-sourced bamboo.
Set alongside the rushing Ayung River, the Green Village rises out of the lush jungle in Sibang, Bali.
Banana paper - used to line the inside of the walls - and sheets of aluminium are the only other materials used.
The village has attracted buyers and investors from across the world who have forked out between £300,000 and £1.2million for a home.
Tropical rainstorms are kept at bay by roll-down bamboo shutters.
The Canadian former jewellery maker arrived on the paradise island in 1975.