The extruded profiles appear as a series of columns, supporting a lower promenade that echoes the curved roofs of traditional Balinese architecture. Down lighting can be used to accentuates these features, giving the impression of a walkway suspended on columns of light. The wall is composed of 50% sengon sawdust and 50% biopolymer. Sengon sawdust is a byproduct of the Indonesian plywood industry. HDPE biopolymer is derived from sugarcane, a renewable raw material. This composite material is extruded to form an interlocking profile that has been developed specifically for the Kura Kura Bali project.