Top Landscaped Properties in Thailand
According to design experts, landscaped properties have better aesthetics as compared to those that aren’t and have a more profitable life-cycle in Thailand’s competitive real estate market as well. An exquisitely designed exterior lends to a property’s distinguished identity.
Evidence of A-grade landscaped properties is strewn over all of Thailand – from resorts in Hua Hin and Khao Yai to its bustling capital city of Bangkok.
Here are a few of the stand-out properties in Thailand with impressive exteriors:
Andara Signature Resort and Villas in Phuket
With landscape dawning a modern Asian look accompanied by an airy and light atmosphere, the Andara Signature Resort and Villas won the Best Landscape Architectural Design gong at 2015’s Thailand Property Awards. Paradise Designs Ltd has attained their goal by equipping the whole area of the 38-rai property with ornamental vines.
Nusa My Ozone Khao Yai in Khao Yai
Khao Yai is perfectly located for themed developments because of its pleasant climate. It is here that designers have the freewill to let their imaginations run wild. Inspired by Tuscany’s landscape in Italy, Nusa My Ozone Khao Yai is made up of distinctive green open spaces. During dusk, the styled lawns take on an elegant European colour that supports the architecture of the seven Italianite properties that make up the entire project.
Magnolia French Country Khao Yai in Khao Yai
Located in Khao Yai, Magnolia French Country Khao Yai is yet another themed community. The secluded countryside construction is made up of 18 vacation homes reminiscent of France. Visitors and residents alike can interact and socialize at a park constructed around an artificial lake with fountains. Big native trees help keep the environment cool, while the lake works like a natural barrier for the property.
Veyla, Chaam Residences in Hua Hin
There exists a verdant green labyrinth present on the grounds of Chaam Residences, Veyla, which is around two hours of the city of Bangkok near the much popular Hua Hin beach resort. With the use of local Petchaburi brick, architecture company 49 House Design built vein-like passages through foliage while considering the nimble seaside Hua Hin environment. Fig trees look like natural walls that line the inside of the development.
Phupimarn in Nakhon Ratchasima Province
Khao Yai’s pretty landscape forms Phupimarn’s backdrop, which was renovated in the year 2010 at the homeowner’s request. Landscape Architects of the city of Bangkok constructed a new entrance, whilst maintaining the traditional Thai environment. Its open lawn, offers a private area to relax surrounded by lush greenery.
Provence Khao Yai in Khao Yai
Khao Yai’s topography is much like that of European areas like Italy’s Tuscany as well as the French Provence. Hence, replicating this rural feel was a natural step for Provence Khao Yai. Landscaping architect and garden design consultant Christian Preaud and Xavier Braun respectively incorporated ‘restanque’, which are dry stone wall terraces to install an added authenticity.
Silverlake Vineyard in Chonburi
Silverlake Vineyard, winning the Best Landscape Architectural Design award in the year 2014 at the Thailand Property Awards, was built with due consideration to its surrounding rolling hills. Another project inspired by Tuscany, Silverlake has a lot of charm, intoxicated by nostalgic features like bicycle flower holders and aged pottery.
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