The cube-shaped villas of the hotel bring a modern edge to Thailand’s Phangnga province.
Described as “an ode to the angular geometries of brutalist architecture” initiated by Le Corbusier, this hideaway has a strong minimalist style harmoniously incorporated in the natural surroundings.
The architects—studio VaSLab—achieved this balance by designing each villa as a monolithic square-edged frame structure with glass facades looking outward to the sea.
Most villas are buttressed by topiary, shaped by landscape designers T.R.O.P, while all feature a private pool and secluded patios or balconies.
Natural materials such as teakwood temper the minimalist interiors, augmented by monochromatic schemes and lighting by APLD. In the bathrooms, beige Italian quartz sets the stage for ample bathtubs offering an alternative to outdoor rains showers.
A central swimming pool and bar area overlook the beach, whilst the La Aranya restaurant located further along the sands specializes in fine Thai and fusion cuisine created from organic produce.
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Categories: Barefoot luxury, Beach resorts, Boutique hotels, Creative vibes, Cutting-edge design, Eco travel, Honeymoon, Luxury resorts, Modern design, Private villas, Quiet location, Relaxing vacation, Romantic, Spa, Tropical vacation,
Number of rooms & suites: 36
Rate per night: From $299 USD
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Overlooking the Andaman Sea and stretching along the soft sands of Khao Lak, Casa de La Flora is small enough to feel intimate yet large enough to have a real sense of privacy. Its cutting-edge design and architecture make it stand out amongst other resorts in Thailand.
Author: Travel+Style. Last updated: 27/11/2019
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