iniala beach house offers scenic getaway in thailand iniala beach house offers scenic getaway in thailand
jun 30, 2014

iniala beach house offers scenic getaway in thailand

iniala beach house offers scenic getaway in thailand
all images courtesy iniala beach house

 

 

 

located on the thailand coastline facing the andaman sea, the ‘iniala beach house‘ provides four hotel residences for guests seeking a scenic and tranquil getaway. each of the dwellings takes advantage of the ocean views, while opening directly onto the private natai beach. the villas are similar in exterior architectural language, while each features individualized interior characters, with an international team of designers including graham lamb (thailand), a-cero (spain), PH.D (russia), eggarat wongcharit (thailand), fernando + humberto campana (brazil), joseph walsh (ireland), jaime hayon (spain), mark brazier-jones (new zealand), and chris jones (USA).

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the ‘iniala penthouse’ is formed by two curving roof structures

 

 

 

the complex has ten bedrooms total spread over four separate residences. the ‘bianca’ and ‘siam’ villas, as well as the larger penthouse, feature large curving roof structures facing one another. alternatively, the ‘collector’s villa’ is designed as a reinterpretation of traditional thai architecture, with deep roof eaves and entirely clad in wood. all of the houses open directly onto the beach, with numerous pools and outdoor spaces.

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a pool separates the two building volumes of villa siam

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the sun sets over the ocean as seen from the collector’s villa

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the collector’s villa is designed as a reinterpretation of traditional thai architecture

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the bianca villa at night

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the entire villa is wrapped in outdoor areas for sun bathing and relaxation

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the property is covered with vegetation

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a two storey building contains a restaurant facing the gardens

 

  • which is perfect . very nice.

    hesam azmi says:

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