“After years of living in Bali, the novelty of the whole outdoor living vibe has worn off,” confesses Lindy Rama-Ellis, as she opens the doors to her new Bali home in the beachside village of Pererenan. “I wanted the house to be able to open up, and then close, to pump the air conditioning, she adds. “Essentially, we wanted a modern house that felt comfortable to live in.” It’s an intriguing evolution for the Balinese-Australian founder of Fig Femme, who has spent years living on the idyllic Indonesian island and is arguably the expert when it comes to weathering the ups and downs of the Balinese lifestyle.