Seamless connections between interior and exterior further extend the predominant theme of this resort situated in Myanmar.
The resort’s beauty is best enjoyed as village-like property complete with shaded gazebos with a view of Irrawaddy river. Each villa offers a secluded yet open space. Characterized by natural materials, timber, and slate pay homage to the rich traditions of the location and were also chosen for their ability to age well, ensuring that as the property matures, it will seem like a small village that has always been there.
In keeping with the theme of openness, sliding doors bring a shapeshifting element to the interiors which are characterized by cool tropical neutrality. Interior spaces spill out onto private terraces through wood-framed windows and sliding doors that also keep the location at the forefront of the guest’s experience.
With the combination of modern sensibilities and craftsmanship, the resort connects guests with nature and in turn, helps them connect with themselves.