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RPV19 The most luxury villas on the cost

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Price from: 126 000 ฿

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This villa complex is comprised of three villas (each with three suites), and one spectacular penthouse suite. The residence is a masterpiece of design fusing traditional Thai architecture with organic and contemporary forms. World-renowned designers of the villas include The Campana Brothers of Brazil, A-Cero from Spain, Joseph Walsh of Ireland, Mark Brazier-
Jones and Graham Lamb from Britain and Thailand’s Eggarat Wongcharit. Every bedroom and living space is completely different, a unique expression from these masters of contemporary design. Eggarat Wongcharit designs ‘Villa Siam’ and is inspired by
Thai culture and Buddhism and fused with a touch of fantasy, the villa features beds and sofas hanging from the ceiling by wicker bamboo. The villa’s spa is located within an ancient Thai bell, with Buddhist teachings inscribed in the walls. ‘Villa Bianca’ combines the designs of A-Cero of Spain, comprising abstract explosions of art while two of the bedrooms represent giant seashells. Philosophy of Design of Russia has created a conceptual room based around the most famous of Russian icons, the Matryoshka.
It is a playful set of dolls decreasing in size, placed one inside the other and this is reflected in the villa that is populated with sleek and modern versions of the doll. ‘The Collectors Villa’ is a compendium of leading contemporary design, including remarkable
work by The Campana Brothers of Brazil. Ceramics that adorned public spaces are at the heart of the villa, whilst Mother of Pearl and Bronze shine in the spa. The plush 22-seat private cinema inside is a Campana classic. The bedrooms within the Collectors Villa are each as individual and eclectic as the artists who have conceived them. Elegant and sunny from Spain’s Jaime Hayon; a symphony of ash wood and stone from Ireland’s Joseph Walsh; and a sensual boudoir from New Zealand’s Mark Brazier-Jones. ‘The Iniala Penthouse’ is a collaboration between founder Mark Weingard and Iniala’s Chief Design Director, British-born Graham Lamb. It is futuristic, innovative, surreal and sensual. The Penthouse concept is that of a holistic environment. Upon entering the room, guests take off their shoes as if they were entering a desert-scape. The floor melts beneath their feet like
sand. The bed extends from the ceiling, while the bathing area is sunken like an oasis in the Sahara. Additionally, the penthouse includes two separate sanctuaries, one for adults and one for children. Designed by American Chris Jones is a space for children of all ages. The space is intended to inspire adventure with fairy tales and stories of pirates and jungles and includes a kitchen where children can learn to cook with the help of Iniala chefs. ‘The Playhouse’, for adults only, is a fully equipped private gymnasium complete with a boxing ring inspired by heroes of sport and art, alongside a bar, billiards and much more. The restaurant at Iniala is called Aziamendi and is overseen by Eneko Atxa, the youngest chef to have ever received 3-Michelin Stars in Spain. Eneko’s creatively crafted cuisine seduces the senses. He has created a new concept for Aziamendi, combining his traditional European techniques with the best of local Thai ingredients. Signature dishes include ‘Bonsai Tree’ of juicy cherry tomatoes, ‘Truffled Egg’, ‘Foie Gras Ash’, ‘Mushroom Tea’, ‘Snapper with Morning Glory’ and petits fours including white chocolate with mint and ‘cloud’.

Bedrooms from 3 to 10
Bathrooms from 3 to 10
Living area 0.00 m2
Floors 1
Sea distance 0.00 km