Just twenty minutes from Phuket International airport, the golden sands of Natai beach seem far away from the hubbub of the island.
Iniala is an architectural fusion of Thai traditionalism and contemporary organic forms. The Beach House has 10 bedrooms spread over 3 individual villas and a spectacular Penthouse. Every bedroom and living space is startlingly different; a unique expression from the masters of contemporary design from all around the world.
Iniala is centred around a traditional beach house that was built in the last century. Graham Lamb has refined the original wooden structure to accentuate the most beautiful elements of Thai architecture.
Surrounding this jewel box, Graham has built several contemporary forms. He has used the Thai healing hands as his inspiration creating sumptuous curved roofs clad in teak to reflect the Thai traditions. In Iniala Beach house he has created his first architectural masterpiece.
Each villa bear the hallmark of a particular design team, so throw out everything you ever thought you knew about luxury villas in Phuket and start over - you haven't seen anything quite like this before luxe-lovers.
Designs by Eggarat Wongcharit, Thailand
Villa Siam is a contemporary Thai villa and is absolute beachfront. There is nothing minimalist about this lush symphony of gold and rich colour inspired by Thai culture and Buddhism.: beds and sofas hanging from the ceiling and The villa's private spa is housed within an ancient , golden Thai bell, with Buddhist teachings inscribed in the walls.
Designs by A-Cero, Spain and Philosophy of Design, Russia
Villa Bianca is a fusion of Eastern and Western European contemporary design and is absolute beachfront. Expect abstract explosions of art and Russian icons. A-Cero's two bedrooms are like giant giant seashells. While the Russian influence is found in chairs and beds shaped like traditional Matryoshka dolls.
The Collectors Villa
Design by The Campana Brothers, Brazil and various other designer
The Collector’s Villa is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional Thai house and is absolute beachfront. The villa is an homage to is leading contemporary design, including remarkable work by humberto and Fernando Campana. Their colour-laden ceramic-walled public spaces (Think Gaudi meets The Crown Jewels) are at the heart of the design. Mother of Pearl and Bronze shine in their spa .The bedrooms within the Collectors Villa are each as eclectic as the artists who have conceived them. TLTB particularly likes the sexy boudoir created by New Zealand's Mark Brazier-Jones and the sinuous, ash wood bed from Ireland's master furniture maker Joseph Walsh.
Designer Graham Lamb, Great Britain
A futuristic space where designer Graham Lamb plays with your perceptions. Take off your shoes and enter a surreal desertscape. The floor beneath your feet feels like melting like sand. The seating is built into the contours of the living room itself. The bed extends from the ceiling without a connection to the floor. The bathing area is sunk into the ground "like an oasis in the Sahara itself".
The island of Iniala
Designed by Chris Jones, USA
The Island is a giant Playhouse designed for children of all ages. Dubbed 'the first kids' hotel in Asia' it is a fantasy of pirates and jungles and fairytales. It also includes a kitchen where children can learn to cook with the help of Iniala's own chefs.But this isn't JUST about the kids. There is also a fully-equipped private gymnasium,boxing ring and games tables for adults. The creativity doesn't stop at the design either. Restaurant Aziamendi is overseen by Eneko Atxa, the youngest chef to have ever received 3-Michelin Stars in Spain. At Aziamendi, overlooking the Natai River, he combines traditional European techniques with the best of local Thai ingredients.
Every villa has its own spa and personal therapist?
|No. Bedrooms||No. Sleeps||Min. Nightly Rate||Max. Nightly Rate||3||6||3,250 USD||4,500 USD|
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