Spectacular Thailand Villa Built Around a Central Swimming Pool
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Spectacular Thailand Villa Built Around a Central Swimming Pool

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Integrated within a scenic landscape, on the beach of Koh Samui island in Thailand, Villa Mias architecture is inspired by the Balinese style of many pavilions built around a central courtyard and enclosing a swimming pool. According to the official villa description, “the entrance pavilion faces the ocean, and on the right of the entrance is a large garage area. To the left is a fitness room and the staff quarters. One pavilion is home to the open-plan kitchen, dining area and living area. Beyond the kitchen is a doorway leading out to a covered Thai-style kitchen.The two pavilions on either side of the central swimming pool make up the villa’s living and sleeping areas.

The first bedroom, which looks out onto the pool, has a central walkway leading into the stunning en-suite bathroom with doors opening to a private outdoor courtyard full of tropical plants, stone sculptures and wooden decking surrounding an over-sized terrazzo bathtub. The other two bedrooms mirror the first two bedrooms in the opposite pavilion. The master bedroom is in a separate pavilion and opens onto the garden“. The spectacular five-bedroom Mia Villa is available for rent all year long, for a minimum stay of three nights. Planning on visiting Thailand anytime soon?

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One comment

  • Melissa LeClair May 25, 2014 at 22:51 PM Login to Reply →

    Beautiful. I think I need to add Thailand to my bucket list. =) If you notice the interior, tassels are making their design comeback–as seen on spring fashion runways this year. I wasn’t a big fan of tassels in design, but the interior designers on this assignment did a beautiful job blending them in with the 2014 color trends of indigo & yellow, with hints of the outdoors in the stick roof above the spa. The blend of weathered furniture pool-side with the casual outdoor slat furniture is subtle, but works really well. I am loving these central courtyard architectural designs.