Four leading global designers and craftsmen have created a series of wonderfully eclectic spaces housed in a contemporary interpretation of a classic Thai house, situated on the golden sands of Natai beach with wonderful sunset views over the Andaman Sea. The villa boasts a large living room, courtyard, crystal dining sala and a private cinema. The Collector’s Villa is the most luxurious and beautiful three-bedroom villa in Southern Thailand. This villa has a dedicated team including a driver, butler, chef, spa therapist and a housekeeper.
Fashioned from Golden teak with accentuated eaves and beautiful tiles, the architecture brings a contemporary twist on the traditional wooden Thai house. The Campana Brothers created a beautiful central courtyard with pillars clad in broken Thai ceramics. The lavish swimming pool with the beautiful crystal dining room bring grandness to this spectacular abode.
The ceramic temple of Wat Arun inspires the “Living room of the sea”; the walls are encrusted with 3,000 ceramic plates. The sea inspires the huge blue starfish sofa and anemone chairs. The spectacular “Cinema of Nature” is clad in coconut skin and filled with fabulous furry green Cipria sofas, complete with fantastic surround sound and a wonderful 160-inch screen. The “Pearl Spa” walls and ceiling are completely covered in mother of pearl and gold and bronze furniture complement this shimmering space.
The bedrooms within the Collector’s 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.
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