The stunning villa we share today is 180 Samui by Sicart & Smith Architects, a horizontal villa with low roof lines and a simple palette of materials built on top of a solid rock.
The villa is set around an impressive pool overlooking the view that is perpendicular to the main rock for a dramatic feel. A three-sided infinity edge merges the pool, the sea, the sky and it appears as if the pool is floating in air.
The villa has five bedrooms with further facilities such as a wellness room, a fitness area and a chill-out terrace on the roof. The pool is surrounded by an open kitchen and a pool lounge with a library and pool table. Terrazzo and teak are the main materials for the design, with subtle variations and accents of black, cream, polished and raw surfaces for the terrazzo.
Most of the furniture is built in. The sofa in the lounge is sunk into the floor so that the residents have a clear view of the horizon when they are seated. The beds are centered in the middle of the bedrooms to maximize the ocean views. A slight touch of aquamarine has been added to complete the balance and harmony of the project. This rock villa is definitely a place where you can connect with the sea and relax as much as possible.