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Shinichi Ogawa & Associates have designed this stunning seaside villa in Hua Bin Beach, located in the Hua Bin district of Prachuap Khiri Khan province in Thailand. The home covers an area of over 970 square feet and was completed in 2017. The home is intended to be a weekend home where to spend some leisure time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and it is fortunate enough to be a mere 300 meters away from the main street to the beach.

 

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The home includes six bedrooms, one for each of the six members of the resident family to use for individual activities. Each is distributed as an individual space, with tall glass walls that allow natural light, as well as the views of the beach, to enter the room. The first space, upon entrance, is a living room, minimally decorated in light tones, to enhance the airy atmosphere of the interior.

 

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Beyond is a bed, and upstairs, a bathroom perched upon a loft reached by narrow stairs. There are also areas for outdoor dining, outdoor living, a pool, a gym, a sauna, and a kitchen, where they can all spend time together as a family if they so choose.

 

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Studio: shinichiogawa.com

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The holiday houses are located in the traditional village of Firostefani on the island of Santorini, Greece. Architects: Kapsimalis Architects

Photos courtesy: Yiorgos Kordakis

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

A small extension is built in front of the façade of the second house. In front of the two houses there is a yard with two pools, that is higher than the pedestrian level and their entrances.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

The yard can be used as one, or can be divided into two private parts, through a sliding door that runs all the width of it.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

The house on the left side is about 110sq.m. and it consists of a sitting area, a kitchen with a dining area, a small bedroom with a bathroom, the main bedroom with its bathroom, a ‘shower’ area, a sauna, a hammam and a space for massage and relaxation.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

In the second house on the right side, there are a kitchen with a dining area in the front, a sitting area, the main bedroom and the wardrobes as an open space and a bathroom on the back of it, approximately 70sq.m.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

The intention of the project was to create two totally different cave houses, that are almost opposing to each other. The longer cave house on the left side has been designed as a primitive, minimal and sculptural space.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

Sharp lines and volumes are contrasting with the smooth curves of the cave house, creating an odd sense of the space. These tectonic volumes could be the leftovers of the soil removal from the cave in a more dynamic way shaping a kind of ‘’labyrinth’’. The use of similar color palette and materiality onto the floor and the walls forms a continuity of the interior space bringing out the curves and the random forms of the cave.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

The curved walls in some parts are like thin layers of ‘’skin’’ that can be illuminated with a wide range of colors. Most of the furniture are built, in order to become part of that ‘cocoon’.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

The sensuous and mystical space is completed with some pieces of furniture by marble and wood, with diverse proportions and primary shapes.

 

The extension of two old existing cave houses on the island of Santorini  Architects: Kapsimalis Architects Location: Thira, Greece

 

The second house has a different approach. Main idea of the design was to convert the old cave into a futuristic, innovative space, attempting to push the limits of the space to a breaking point. The marks of the cave are obvious, as the soil of the earth, as appeared through the excavation, is maintained. A construction of shady mirror, covers two of the sides of the main space, offering a different perspective to the space.

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Surrounded by the spectacular waters of the South Pacific, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is located in Motu Tehotu, on the island of Bora Bora, French Polynesia.

With beaches of the whitest sand and waters of the deepest blue, this resort provides its guests with the perfect background for a getaway filled with relaxation and luxury.

 

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Web: fourseasons.com/borabora

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This wonderful beach resort is located on the wonderful, exclusive, and very famous island of Mykonos, Greece, on the golden sands of Elia beach. It is an area where the magnificent landscape seems to blend in between ancient myths and modern legends forming a harmonious atmosphere. A place of singular beauty that is suspended between the sky, the earth, and the sea.

 

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Web: homedsgn.com

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This inspiring industrial residence located in Brooklyn, New York, was designed in 2017 by Bold New York Design.

 

 

Source: HomeAdore

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This charming French country side hotel – Le Moulin du Roc, built on the site of a seventeenth century stone mill, has some marvelous gardens, pathways, footbridges, and romantic staircases, which seem like something taken out of a fairy tale.

 

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Le Moulin du Roc

Le Moulin du Roc

Le Moulin du Roc

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They’re so beautiful that they don’t seem real, and yet they are, and a good thing too, as they are one of the most important and attractive features of this hotel. It is located on the banks of the Dronne River, in Dordogne, France.

 

Web: Le Moulin Du Roc – Home

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Mykonos, Greece

Welcome to Greece’s most famous cosmopolitan island, a whitewashed paradise in the heart of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Mykonos was formed from the petrified bodies of giants killed by Hercules. And did you know that the island took its name from the grandson of Apollo, “Mykonos”?

 

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

 

Travel guide to Mykonos, Greece. Source: www.greeka.com

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