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GFAB Architects completes Villa 24

by Leona Liu on Nov 8, 2016 in Architecture , Interiors , Lifestyle
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Bali-based architectural practice GFAB Architects has crafted Samujana’s newest and biggest estate Villa 24 as a splendid retreat unlike anywhere else

Perfectly perched on a hillside overlooking a coral cove in Koh Samui, the newest Villa 24 has been designed Asia's celebrated Gary Fell of GFAB Architects and features an open design to capture panoramas of the Gulf of Thailand and some of Koh Samui's most iconic landmarks.

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Occupying what was originally planned as two plots, the impressive eight-bedroom, 1,808 sq-m villa is the largest on the estate, which now houses a total of 27 hillside villas.

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With an outdoor dining area, Jacuzzi and games room, the property features two designer kitchens built specifically for group entertaining, a private in-house cinema complete with a plethora of films and TV shows, a breathtaking infinity pool and a fully-equipped private gym.

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The interiors are simple and contemporary to coincide with the minimalist architectural scheme, emphasised by incorporating cutting-edge technology as the state-of-the-art sound system.

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