Modern Beach Villas Inspired by Waves of the Ocean

If you’re searching for a new vacation destination, then Thailand’s Iniala Beach house is the perfect place for this summer vacation located in the city of Phuket. The modern technology-based villas are an ideal place to stay with perfect idyllic ocean views and world-class scuba diving. A-cero designed two out of the ten interior spaces that include the hotel, and their rooms stand side by side and share a huge pool. Joaquin Torres Arquitectos & Rafael Llamazares make up A-cero to explain the thoughts behind their design choices.
Both villas play with each other and achieve the opposite interior design between them. In the first room, the vertical lines flow introducing into the sight of the visitor and in the second room, the curved lines move horizontally embracing the space around. It is a game of vertical and horizontal lines that wrap the space.
There’re melodramatic characteristics to each of the luxurious interiors, such as the headboard that’s sculpturally attached to the ceiling and the white polycarbonate panels that line a wall. Both features are actually meant to make the best use of the reflection of natural light as well as mimic the ocean’s waves.
As far as guest rooms, A-cero also designed Aziamendi, the hotel’s 3-Michelin-Star restaurant, with the natural landscape in mind. The glass box provides you scenic and fully-immerse views, while wood panels also simulate the movement of water. The beautiful chairs are even upholstered in a specific shade of green that recalls the local vegetation. With this attention to detail and the outstanding scenery, we’re wondering when we can pack our bags.
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