Alejandra Cisneros came to Bali on vacation in 2003, irrevocably fell in love with the Island of the Gods, and never left. With an Argentine mother and Cuban father, Alejandra had an international upbringing from the start. Living between the United States and Argentina, her family life was infused with art, music, and languages. She speaks English, Spanish, French, and Indonesian. One of her childhood homes―a house designed by a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright―kindled her interest in architecture as well as a life-long passion for indoor/outdoor living. She studied architecture at UC Berkeley, then experimented with a career in documentary photography before making her way back to architectural design. Before that fateful vacation in 2003, she spent 15 years designing homes for private clients in California and Hawaii in the United States, and Mexico, Canada, and Argentina internationally. Alejandra believes that one of Bali's greatest lessons is how to live beautifully in simplicity. This is the way of life her international clients embrace living in her extraordinary joglo homes.