Saturday, August 15, 2009

Four Seasons Resort Langkawi, Malaysia

Property Size: 40,529 square metres/435,689 square feet

Total Number of Rooms: 90

Pavilions: 68

Villas: 22

Design Aesthetic: Inspired by Alhambra Palace in Spain, with Moorish details in a Malay "kampung" or village setting, with pavilions and villas blending Asian, Indian and Arabic influences Reflective of the natural surroundings, with neutral earth tones weaved within a textured setting of exotic woods, stones and fabrics Indoor/outdoor spaces with ceilings fans, woven wooden screens, handcrafted hanging mirrors with antique patina finishes, grey slate and burnished steel light fittings, batik pillows, oversized terrazzo bathtubs built into arched nooks

Architect: Lek Bunnag/Bunnag Architects Bill Bensley/Bensley Design Studios

Interior Designer(s): Bill Bensley/Bensley Design Studios John Underwood/Underwood Co. (guest rooms and public areas) Jeffrey Wilkes/Lim Teo+ Wilkes Design Works

History: "Isle of Legends" famed for native folklore tied to formation of the island's geographic features, flora and fauna Location: Set on one of the island's best beaches on the north-eastern cape of Tanjung Rhu on the Andaman Sea

Inquiries and reservations: Four Season Langkawi

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