Guess What Stands in for a Wall in Thailand's Waterfall House ...

Prefer your bodies of water indoors? Look no further.

By Athena Wisotsky

 
Guess What Stands in for a Wall in Thailand's Waterfall House ...
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20 August 2018

Full disclosure: it’s more of a water feature, less of the mermaid-dwelling-lagoon at-the-end-of-a-hike waterfall you might be picturing.

The Waterfall House by Architects49 is a newly completed Thai abode with a super-chic social area on the ground floor, hemmed in by a steep, flowing grade of stone topped that circulates water down to the ground floor and then back up to the indoor pool that sits on top it. And If they wanna call it a waterfall, we’ll defer to their 30 years experience of making beautiful, immaculately landscaped buildings and spaces.

Waterfall House (6 images)

The feature as well as the abundant natural light make this a covetable standard of modern luxury. Floor plans also reveal a gym, library, study, elevator, service quarters and more. An underground garage keeps the property free of vehicles and tools, and in their place, the lush grass and lawns — designed by Bermuda Landscape — rule.

Easily a Bond-worthy location, cinema scouts should take note. Those huge windows and warm wood accents would make for some beautiful exterior shots.

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