This house is very simple, it’s design as a tool for people who really want to work with the planet, with each other and with nature. I think the function of humans is very much to do with being creative and having some sort of spiritual base. So this house is really is a creative studio for dancers, writers, sculptors, ceramicist, anyone who creates, whatever they are creating. They can be creating virtual reality experiments, and it’s very flexible, so it can be use in many different ways. It also act as a stage or theater, so you can open up the walls and do performance in here.

In September 2017 Tony Gwilliam, the owner, and architect of the Bloo Lagoon Eco Village in Bali, Indonesia, invited artist Roger White Stoller to be part of their artist-in-residence program. During that month Roger worked with some of the Master Carvers in Mas Village, the wood carving capital of Bali. In this collaboration, Roger designed patterns in California that were later translated into wood carvings.