Home Design Based on Complementary Opposites: Villa Yang in Thailand
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Home Design Based on Complementary Opposites: Villa Yang in Thailand

If you are in search of a home that provides ultimate comfort, combining “Thailand” and “infinity pool” means you are on the right track. In my case, the eye-catching element of this mansion was the lush vegetation surrounding it. Perched on top of a cliff in Phuket, Villa Yang is a four-bedroom home with quite a few spectacular features. Here are just some of them, according to the official project description: “The villa’s ‘yin yang’ sensibility is a study in complementary opposites, mixing elements of classic, soft-lined Thai architecture and tropical gardens with the hard, crisp lines of contemporary furnishings. Lounge and entertain over the wondrous Andaman Sea in Villa Yang’s open-plan kitchen, dining and living area or outdoors from the 15-meter infinity pool deck. The four-level villa offers individual privacy with four elegant bedrooms, each with a private en suite and sea view deck“. The residence was envisioned by Thai architect Charupan Wiriyawiwatt of Hong Kong-based Naga Concepts and can be rented online here.

 

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Collect this idea If you are in search of a home that provides ultimate comfort, combining “Thailand” and “infinity pool” means you are on the right track. In my case, the eye-catching element of this mansion was the lush vegetation surrounding it. Perched on top of a cliff in Phuket, Villa Yang is a four-bedroom […]

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