There is so much beautiful design in Central / South America.
I cross-checked this list with eight others. It hits all the highs (although it ranks Siracco in Bangkok at 21. Most lists put it at 1.)
(I also liked this list. It’s Croatian.)
1. Coq D’Argent: London, England
2. Rooftop Bar, Hotel Raphael: Rome, Italy
3. Skyline, Hilton Molino Stucky: Venice, Italy
4. The Top Bar, Adriana Hotel: Hvar, Croatia
5. 360: Istanbul, Turkey
Press Lounge at Ink48, NY
Not my fav:
Siracco Restaurant, Thailand. Get down from there!
But why can’t smaller homes in ordinary locations have these touches?
(“Look at this house. Now look at the houses on your street. Now back at this house.”)
Note: The ceilings in the rooms. The symmetry of the plan and within individual rooms.
Also note: Rattan chairs are always ugly.
Close. But just misses, for me.
It has some nice features: high windows, concrete and glass, wood soffets, cool lighting, lovely furnishings.
4,000 sq ft and only one bedroom?
It is really cut up. You have to hike to get anywhere.
Plus, the interior is rather uninspired. Click the link above.