Beach villa exterior.
Photo: Courtesy of Richmont’s Luxury Real Estate

Extraordinary Thailand Retreat Hits the Market for $24 Million

The Campana Brothers, Joseph Walsh, and Jaime Hayon are among the artisans who collaborated on the luxe estate

Traditional Thai architecture gets a modern twist at the Iniala Beach House, which was created in 2013 by a global cast of top-tier talent, including the Campana brothers, Joseph Walsh, and Jaime Hayon. Currently operating as a boutique hotel, the 2.5-acre property sits directly on the turquoise Andaman Sea and comprises a trio of three-bedroom villas (each with its own pool) plus a lavish master suite. The estate also includes four luxe spas, a home cinema, and a living room that is lined with 3,000 blue-and-white ceramic plates and was inspired by Bangkok’s stunning Wat Arun temple.

See below for a peek inside the extraordinary estate, which is listed for $24 million with Richmont’s. 

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The central courtyard designed by the Campana Brothers. Photo: Courtesy of Richmont’s Luxury Real Estate
Thai designer Eggarat Wongcharit crafted the hanging daybeds. Photo: Courtesy of Richmont’s Luxury Real Estate
One of the living room walls is clad entirely in blue and white ceramic dishes. Photo: Courtesy of Richmont’s Luxury Real Estate
A-cero from Spain and the Russian firm PoD collaborated on this bedroom. Photo: Courtesy of Richmont’s Luxury Real Estate
One of the sculptural bathrooms designed by Eggarat Wongcharit. Photo: Courtesy of Richmont’s Luxury Real Estate

A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2018 Winter Issue under the headline On the Market. Subscribe to the magazine.

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