We have created a guest house design which is inspired by traditional Thai Architecture, while including some modernist features. Our emphasis is on visual interest and beauty: graceful Thai-style roof lines and high ceilings. The interior of the guest house reflects the needs and wishes of the client. It is functional but also
aesthetically pleasing: note the Zen style bathroom and viewing balcony facing the mountains.
The landscape design we have developed reflects a combination of Balinese, Thai and modernist concepts.
The approach to the buildings is especially important as expressed by the principle of Feng Shui. We propose a Thai-style gate that echos the style of the guest house. The long sloped walkway leading to the main house has been redesigned with a water feature/ fountain/pool approximately halfway to the house. This is also an ideal location for the Ganesha statue. Simple modern platform steps address the existing slope.
The gate, gazebo and walkway water pool create a triangle of focal points around which plants and trees are organized. The effect is structured but informal in the spirit of Balinese gardens.
The carport is modernist and minimalist with landscaped walkways leading to the main house and the guest house.
Lastly, we would like to express our excitement about this project and our willingness to work with the clients should they desire any changes to the designs we have provided.
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