There is no denying that Koh Samui is Thailand’s picture-perfect island. The sort of paradise that is depicted in postcards and what dreams are made of. The white sands framed by countless palm trees meet turquoise waters, and its idyllic nature is apparent upon arrival at the island’s quaint airport where passengers have ferried around in fashion on a mini train. This welcome immediately sets the tone making it easy to slip into island time. It is no wonder that so many flocks here to enjoy their holidays or even better still to lavish in a second home.
Considered to be one of Thailand’s most luxurious spots, the choice in boutique hotels and refined restaurants is vast. But Koh Samui is also an island that is home to private villas ideal for those wanting to bask in these indulgences in privacy. Villas have sprung up across the island sat proudly on the hills to soak up the view of the pretty waters beneath. One such development is by Neo Estates Corporation Co., Ltd. who created MU-Samui, a range of villas, to complement Koh Samui’s terrain of smooth boulders and rugged hills that characterizes the island.
This developer has responded to demand by building something that is elegant whilst simultaneously carefully considering the environment that these rather striking villas sit amongst. As a result of MU-Samui easily secured Best Housing Architectural Design (Resort) in PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards 2018, and it is easy to see why.
With high pitched roofs that resemble the infamous peaks of the Sydney Opera House, MU-Samui’s unique design was perceived by a skilled architect who envisaged how the villas would sit into the landscape. Choose the wrong setting and this feature could be an eyesore rather than oozing modernity with the ability to complement its surrounding. Furthermore, they are futureproofing and have longevity since the terrain of Koh Samui will not change in the years to come.
The judges commented, “The Koh Samui landscape blends beautifully with MU-Samui because of its very distinguishable roof, large windows, and materials used to complement the natural environment.”
The impeccable design has risen in popularity due to architectural and interior magazines that adorn the latest contemporary looks. Opening these possibilities to everyone as homeowners are now striving to replicate these glossy images in their home. Developers have cottoned onto this and are now building homes that are appealing today and for years to come. MU-Samui fits this bill entirely.
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