Opulent Collector’s Villa In Phang Nga Province, Thailand

Sketched out by skilled architects from Mark Brazier-Jones & Joseph Walsh, Jaime Hayón, A-Cero and Estudio Campana, the Collector’s Villa is a masterpiece of architecture and design. As part of the Iniala Beach House complex, the villa boasts an unparalleled level of luxury, and each and every one of its rooms flaunts a different design. For example, its common living spaces were put together by The Campana Brothers, while the bedrooms were designed by Jaime Hayon from Spain, Joseph Walsh from Ireland and Mark Brazier-Jones from New Zealand.

The entryway features a pool surrounded by elegant columns, which are adorned with thousands of blue and white Thai teacups, dishes and saucers. The owner’s suite is the work of Jaime Hayon, and it boasts a welcoming look sustained by a tall, arched ceiling and Provence-style aged hardwood floors. The bathroom impresses with a plethora of Carrera marble elements and a freestanding bathtub.

Other noteworthy areas include the gothic and Baroque-style Boudoir by Mark Brazier-Jones as well as the Carpenter’s Chamber by Joseph Walsh. Then there’s the cinema room with its comfortable sofas and seats for about 18 people. The Collector’s Villa cinema is the only one within the complex, and it is equipped with a large screen and with a state-of-the-art surround sound system, both of which guarantee an outstanding cinematic experience.












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