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Contents Phuket Panwa Resort & Spa

Introduction Tsunami Crisis Abstract + Proposal Thailand–Bangkok–Phuket Phuket Information

Thesis Profile 4 5 7 8

Tourism Statistics Site Location Site Analysis Programing

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Finalization

Design + Development Mind Map Concept Five Elements of Nature Key Points

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Concept Symbols Concept to Site Bubble Diagram Sketches

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About Phuket Panwa Lobby Bar Spa + Fitness Organic Restaurant

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Main Restaurant Presidential Suite Luxury Villa Superior Villa Moon Deck + Pier Suite

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Tsunami Crisis in South East Asia

December 26, 2004 was a dark day in the history of the world. Phuket, the biggest island in Thailand, and which is located in the Andaman Sea of Southern Thailand, was particularly devastated by the “Tsunami waves”. Cape Panwa located on the southern coast of the island was especially decimated. It was a traumatic day for many people, not only here in Thailand but all around the world. After the tsunami hit, Phuket’s environment was completely changed, including nature, landscape, architecture and tourism. All tourist travel was reduced greatly after the tsunami’s attack. Hotel business in Phuket has been stagnating since this tragic event.


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Introduction Abstract and proposal

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Abstract + Proposal Life after the big wave “Tsunami”

Five years later, Phuket’s environment and Phuket’s architecture are being recreated to become the most unique and beautiful island once again, but the project of Hilton Hotel Corporation is still being held back, leaving their site vacant. For Thai people like me, I would like to help resuscitate and promote Phuket tourism and hotel industry to make a comeback and have it boom once again. In my project, I will take the strongest points of Phuket, which include exquisite environment, abundant natural resources, and unique culture, and apply these to my design. These qualities will attract travelers from all over the world and bring tourism back to Phuket once again.

In term of design concept, and design programming, I will use the elements of nature to make a connection between people, culture and environments. The resort will provide living space, environment, relaxation and a sense of well-being for the guests before they go back to their lives at home. Thailand is often called the “Land of Smiles”, not only because visitors love its natural beauty and historical riches, but also because of the country’s friendly people and fascinating culture.


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Bangkok

Phuket

Thailand is often referred as the “Land of Smiles,” not only because visitors love its natural beauty and historical riches, but also because of the country’s friendly people and fascinating culture.


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Introduction Thailand–Bangkok–Phuket

Thailand-Bangkok-Phuket one of the most popular tourist areas in Thailand

Phuket is Thailand’s largest island. The island is connected to the Thai mainland by a bridge. It is situated off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea, and formerly derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoyed a rich and colorful history. The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in the foreign ship logs of Portuguese, French, Dutch and English traders. The region now derives much of its income from tourism.

Bangkok

_Phuket’s Climate

Krabi

Phuket has three seasons. The cool season (November through February), the hot season (March through May), and the rainy season (May, September and Octorber). The climate is dictated by the monsoon winds. That is the direction of the prevailing winds caused by the difference in the way oceans and land heat. From May to November the great land mass of Asia is warmer than the Indian Ocean. The colder, heavier air over the Indian Ocean pushes into the warm air over the continental land mass. This causes the prevailing winds to come from the southwest over the Indian Ocean, bringing lots of warm moist air and therefore lots of rain. Then as the Asian continent cools from November to April, the ocean becomes warmer than the land. The prevailing wind direction changes to come from the northeast. That is from the great land mass of China bringing cooler, drier air and good weather.

Chiang Mai Sukhothai Ayutthaya Pattaya Phuket

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Phuket Information

Phuket is an island with no boundaries

_Phuket’s Geography Phuket lies off the west coast of Southern Thailand in the Andaman Sea, approximately 890km from Bangkok. It is Thailand’s largest island at 550sq km, roughly the same size as Singapore, and is surrounded by many smaller islands that add a further 70 sq km to its total land area. Phuket is separated from the mainland by the Chong Pak Phra channel at its northernmost point, where a causeway connects the island to the mainland.

_Phuket’s History Phuket was known as Bukit, meaning Crystal Mountain. Phuket is a town with a long history. In centuries past, Phuket was an important trading post on the eastern shore, handing shipping and dealing with sailors from the Arab,Malay, India, Burmar and China in 16th century,the island was also well-know to Europeans,as first Portuguese and Dutch, then English and French sailed to its fabled shore. The island enjoyed an unprecedented surge in wealth when tin was found to be available in large quantities in the nearby shadows. Ambitious, hardworking miner and business flocked to the island from the province of south China (the 19th century)


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_Phuket’s Architecture The cultural built heritage of Phuket is a reflection of the settlement’s prosperity during the tin boom days. The townscape is unique in Thailand, but resembles that of the British Striats Settlements, which comprised, Penang, Malacca and Singapore. The architecture is usually called ‘Sino-Portuguese’ by the Bangkok architects today. Phuket town was really modeled after British colonial Penang, and that was the origin of any European influence on its architecture. Upon close examination, it is evident that Phuket’s shophouses and villas resemble those in Penang in form, materials and design, although the occasional Thai motif reminds us that we are in Thailand. Phuket oral tradition in several cases claim that Penang architects, builders and materials were brought to Phuket for its best mansions.

Introduction Phuket Information

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Tourism Statistics

Facts about Phuket

_Asia 58.5%

_Japan 933,333 _China 705,912 _Korea 631,015 _Taiwan 350,440

_Tourism Statistics in Thailand 2007 _Other

_Hong Kong 261,20

9% 21.7%

4.7% 5.8%

_Europe

_United Kingdom 540,401 _Germany 324,616 _France 202,779

_Oceania

_Sweden 130,722 _Netherland 120,376

_America

_Russia 99,247 _Italy 95,943


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Tourism Statistics

_Thai Visitors

915,406

58.2%

_Female

41.8%

69%

Travel, Relax, Activities

Age

_Foreigner Visitors

_Tourism Statics in Phuket 2007

_Male

2,167,802

_15-24 22.8%

27%

_25-34

33.5%

_35-44

23.0%

Business

_45-54

14.5%

_55-64

4.7%

_ >-64

1.5%

Income

_15-24 < $20,000

_25-34

$20,000 - $60,000

_35-44

$60,000 - $80,000

_45-54

$80,000 - $100,000

Hotel Entertainment place 80.7% Safety Transportation

4%

Visit 1%

Study 8.5%

Other 82.5% 80.2% 79.1%

Travelers appreciate

Friendly of Thai people Temple, Palace, Museum, etc. Food

87.3% 84.6% 82.6%

** Bangkok poll, Phuket travel and information; Http://www.ryt9.com ** Http://www.tourism.go.th ** INTERNATIONAL TOURIST ARRIVALS TO THAILAND. AT SUVARANBHUMI INTERNATION AIRPORT. January - October 2007


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Cape Panwa

Phuket


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Site Location

Site Location

Cape Panwa

Cape Panwa is a sumptuous area on the South Eastern tip of Phuket Island. It has panoramic views of the Andaman Sea with its clear blue water and also many small islands from a hilltop position. A white beach surrounds this area and green hillsides set the backdrop. Cape Panwa is the perfect place from which to explore the beautiful island of Phuket.

North view site connect with the Andaman Sea

East view site connect with the Andaman Sea

West view site connect with the Andaman Sea

South view site connect with Sakdedaj Rd.

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Site Analysis

Panwa beach – Cape Panwa – Phuket – Thailand

The Phuket Panwa Resort and Spa is located on a private beach of Cape Panwa, the most beautiful and quiet corner of eastern Phuket. Three sites within the Hilton Hotel location are on the coastline beaches surrounded by the Andaman Sea. The advantage of the hotel location, situated on a private hillside and coastline beach, is that it protects the hotel from waves and monsoons by a ridgeline of coral reeves.


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Winter wind (November - March)

Summer solstice sunset 7:24PM

Winter solstice sunset 6:47PM

Summer solstice sunrise 5:49AM

Northeast views across beach

Winter solstice sunrise 6:19AM

Summer wind (April - October)


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Programing

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Programing

Square Foot

AREA SUMMARY

Quality

Square Meter

Area

Total Area

Area

Total Area

Hotel Guestrooms Presidential Villa Luxury Villas Superior Villas Moon Deck & Pier Suite Total - Guestrooms

1 17 15 16 49

2,368 1,094 172 244 3,796

2,368 18,598 2,592 3,904 26,224

740 342 54 76.5 1,212

740 5,814 810 1,224 8,588

Public Food & Beverage Main Restaurant Organic Restaurant Bar Total - Food & Beverage

1 1 1 3

1,372 1,246 954 3,572

1,372 1,246 954 3,572

429 389 298 1,116

429 389 298 1,116

Lobby and Retail Lobby, Front Desk, Waiting Area (34 seats) Resort Retail Total - Lobby and Retail

1 1 2

1,633 968 2,601

1,633 968 2,601

498 80 578

498 80 578

Spa & Fitness Spa Fitness Center Total - Spa & Fitness

1 1 2

3,833 3,036 6,869

3,833 3,036 6,869

1,198 949 2,147

1,198 949 2,147

16,838

39,266

5,053

12,429

Grand Total


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Mind Map

Food Nature

Resort + Spa and guest requirements to design solutions

Every year, many people make the resolution to get healthy and stay healthy with luxurious health retreats. Resorts with spas need to offer programs that are designed to cultivate a healthy lifestyle in unique and permanent ways. Each spa features regimens that fall under the heading â&#x20AC;&#x153;wellnessâ&#x20AC;? and focus on overall health and longevity, all the while keeping, of course, within the latest in style, luxury and ultimate comfort.

Services

Resort & Spa

Environment Culture

History Vacation

Activities

Discovery

Healthy Experience

Comfortable Sight Seeing Convenient

Guests

Accomodation

Rejuvenated

Entertainment


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Mind Map

Well being - more than just good health, well being describes a state of wellness of body, mind and soul, where all are in a state of health, the individual is happy and prospering.

WELL-BEING

The state of being happy, healthy, or prosperous. Popular use of the term â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;well-beingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; usually relates to health.

Wind

Bring nature back to our life 5 elements of nature

Wood

Water Stone Fire


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Escape the urban landscape and retreat to a luxury Resort

Creating a â&#x20AC;&#x153;well beingâ&#x20AC;? experience through five elements of nature. The guiding principle behind everything we do is to motivate and help people to become healthy. With Nature as the setting, we facilitate the empowerment of our guests to make lifestyle changes to bring out the best in the bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural healing abilities for both wellness and longevity.

_Experience Optimal Health

_Physical Health

Optimal health has three dimensions which are physical health, nutritional health and emotional health. Like a perfect triangle consisting of three equal sides, improved well-being can be achieved by balancing these three dimensions of good health. Health is a balance of proper nutrition, physical activity, and emotional wellness.

The human body was designed to move, but modern technology has reduced that natural urge. The automobile has become an overused conveyance so that we no longer consider walking. Our TV remote controls eliminate the need to get up. In our workplaces, robotics and machinery have reduced human activity exponentially, and our automated kitchen and yard accessories all contribute to our society moving toward an increasingly motionless lifestyle. With so many of us leading sedentary lifestyles, poor physical conditioning has become an epidemic in North America. Fifteen per cent of the population is obese and over 40 per cent is overweight. The need to start moving our bodies has never been more urgent. Being physically fit does not require that you engage in serious physical sports or activities. It simply means getting active on a regular, day-by-day basis. Performing yard work, cleaning your house, regular fast walking, taking the stairs and becoming actively playful with children are just a few activities that can all become initiatives toward becoming more physically active.


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Creating a well being experience through

five elements of nature Health is a balance of proper nutrition, physical activity and emotional wellness.

_Nutritional Health

_Emotional Health

The ancient proverb â&#x20AC;&#x153;You are what you eatâ&#x20AC;? continues to hold true in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s modern society. A direct link exists between Western diseases and the chemical-ridden processed and refined foods that we eat. As a society, we have been seduced by the clever marketing of processed food manufacturers without considering the risks to our health through consuming foods that provide zero or almost no nutritional value.

In the last decade, health experts and practitioners have aligned their thinking, agreeing that emotional health is by far one of the greatest contributing factors in achieving optimal health. We know for certain that our ability to be emotionally aware, to express our emotions, to manage stress, to have healthy relationships and to be capable of developing the emotions of peace, joy and contentment all contribute significantly to experiencing optimal health and longevity.

Realizing that the goal and focus of processed-food manufacturers is profit, rather than consumer health, more and more people are beginning to demand food that serves their best interest. As a result, a fast-moving trend is developing for living, fresh whole foods that enhance health, vitality and longevity. Every week, you make hundreds of decisions about what you eat, how much of it, and when. The quality of these decisions relates directly to the level of health or sickness you will experience. Eating is much like creating: what you choose to eat creates the health you have today. We all have the ability to create health.

Unprocessed emotions have a direct effect on our physiology. Stress, prolonged anger and anxiety cause blood vessels to become constricted, taxing the heart and wreaking havoc with the nervous system in essence, putting the whole body in a state of tension and weakening our immune system. This can prove much more detrimental to our well-being in the long run than lack of exercise or nutrition, notwithstanding how important these factors are.


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Five Elements of Nature

Wind, Wood, Water, Stone, and Fire

Five Elements of Nature; namely Wind, Water, Stone, Wood, and Fire, along with various other forces of Nature, sustain life and maintain equilibrium in our Planet. Imbalance in any of these Elements leads to chaos. An invisible equation operates within and outside these Five Elements of Nature to maintain the equilibrium on our Planet. These five Elements of Nature, i.e. Wind, Water, Stone, Wood and Fire exist in our body too. Like Nature, the imbalance of any of these Five Elements in our body also leads to the destruction of our health and life.

Wind


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Water

Wood

Stone

Fire

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Well Being

Phuket Panwa Resort & Spa: Well Being, Health, Experience, and Technology

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Key Points

Well Being Luxury

Serene

Health Rejuvenated

Natural

Culture

Discovery

Technology

Interactive

Experience

Technology


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Concept Symbols

_Wind

Five elements of nature: Wind, Wood, Water, Stone, and Fire

_Fire

_Wood

Five elements of nature

_Stone

_Water


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Concept Symbols

Water Ripple, Reflection, Wave, Curve, Transparency, Floatation

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Wood

Wind

Wood, Pattern, Texture, Leaf, Tree, Soil

Movement, Sound, Air, Hanging, Wind chimes, Wireframe

Stone

Fire

Geometry, Rectangle, Granite, Heavy, Stone wall

Reflection, Lighting, Lamp, Gold, Sunlight, Fire, Warm color


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Wind

Lobby & Bar

Each of element represents the idea in specific area

Organic Restaurant

Wood

Public Area Main Restaurant

Diving Site

Spa & Fitness

Presidential Villa

Luxury Villa

Private Area Superior Villa

Moon Deck & Pier Suite

Fire

Water

Stone


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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Keep elements of a system in balanceâ&#x20AC;? Nature changes within our body and outside environment affect our health. 5 elements create human emotions.

Water


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Public Area Entrance

Planning Concept

Group of traditional Thai houses

In spite of the influence of other great cultures of the world such as Indian, Chinese, Khmer as well as Burmese, being incorporated in its decorative elements, the architectural style of Thai homes remains relatively simple. Its primary characteristics are determined by local climatic conditions, the availability of building materials, and the needs of the people, the majority of whom pursued an agricultural based lifestyle.

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Private area

Public area

Bubble Diagram

From traditional thai house planning to Phuket Panwa Resort & Spa Private area

I created the idea for an overall site plan from the traditional Thai house. In Thai culture, we are taught of how to manage the area incorporating a group of houses based on function and environment.

Public area

Entrance Main Restaurant

The Thai traditional family lives together as a whole/big family. Family members build their houses in the same area, including parentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s house, son/daughterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s house, living area, kitchen, and terraces that connect all areas together. The planning of a Thai home would divide the house into 2 main areas, which are a public area for everyone in the house that joins activity together and a private area for sleeping.

Villas

Villas Spa & Fitness

Lobby

Organic Restaurant

Main Restaurant

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Villas Spa & Fitness

Lobby

Organic Restaurant

In a typical old Thai house, all rooms (private areas) would be individually separated and connected by open walkways (public areas).


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On site Cape Panwa

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Bubble Diagram

Diving Site

Presidential Villa

Main Restaurant

Luxury Villas Luxury Villas

Spa & Fitness Superior Villas Moon Deck + Pier Suite

Lobby

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Site Plan

Diving Site

Main Restaurant

Presidential Villa

Luxury Villas Luxury Villas Superior Villas Moon Deck & Pier Suite

Spa & Fitness

Terraced Farm

Lobby

BOH Parking

Parking

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Sketches “ From sketch files, We’ll find a pose that shows the emotion behind a particular character’s story”

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Lobby The lobby is the first area that guests experience and is the starting point of transition to the other areas of the resort. The arrival of travelers is comparable to the movement of the wind that comes with fresh air to the wellness resort. Therefore, I chose wind, as one of natureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s five elements, to be the main theme for the lobby and to represent the lobby as the welcoming movement. I developed the concept of wind by creating open spaces around buildings which easily circulate wind from the outside because the project is located on the highest area of the resort. For the interior spaces, I focused my design on ventilation and decorative objects that related to the wind.


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Bar As bar is a part of the lobby experience, it comes with the same design concept as the lobbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s which is wind. I designed the master plan by keeping in mind that wind circulation can flow around the wind bar and the guests can enjoy the beautiful view of the lake, the rice field, as well as the beach when they are exploring the resort.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153; Organic foods are those produced in rich, fertile soils without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Organic farming also shuns genetic modification, irradiation, and the use of sewer sludge as fertilizer. â&#x20AC;?

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Organic Restaurant This restaurant serves healthy food from natural materials such as vegetables and fruits from the resortâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s organic farm. The organic restaurant is located on Small Island and surrounded with organic gardens, from which guests can choose a variety of fresh vegetables for their meals. I used wood from five elements to be the main theme and represent organic plants in the restaurant. Wood and plants would be the main materials, and be incorporated by using a design technique such as living walls. In addition, the restaurant opens to the outside, creating an indoor/outdoor relationship for weddings or private parties in the garden.


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Spa + Fitness The spa and the fitness building is composed of two floors. The first floor includes the lobby, fitness center, and the swimming pool. The second floor includes 5 single massage rooms, 2 wet rooms, 2 double massage rooms, 1 guest room and 1 specialty suite. The design elements for this building are water and stone because they are the main materials used in the spa treatments. Stone and water provide natural healing and balancing of your 5 elements, thus bringing harmony and good health to body and soul. For the overall design of the building, I created interlocking spaces between the indoor areas of the lobby and the outdoor areas of the swimming pool. These ideas were driven from the element of water. Stone was used for the second floor of the spa, as it represents a fundamental symbol of calm and serenity. These ideas created space by using stone elements and it will be the major material for this area.

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Restaurant The element of fire is related to action, motivation, passion, and intelligence. The main restaurant is a good representation of the fire concept because it energizes and activates. The element of fire is used for cooking and also represents spiciness, which is common to most Thai food. Therefore, I used fire as the fifth element for the main restaurant, and used light and color as symbolic features of fire for decoration in the restaurant. In addition, the location of the restaurant is on the north side of the beach. Guests will feel relaxed during sunrise and sunset while enjoying their breakfast and dinner.


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Presidential Villa The five elements here are, wood, fire, wind, stone and water, which are important principles for all types of villas. These elements will create interaction between themselves and guests, and will brings an optimal balance of positive energy into place. Each element is represented by a specific color and texture. The themes incorporating the five elements will bring more harmony into the living space. These themes also help to separate indoor and outdoor spaces. For indoor spaces, I used wood, wind, and fire elements. For outdoor spaces, I used water and stone elements. The design of the building provides natural ventilation. Fire represents light. To create the light, it is brought from outside to inside space and also from light fixtures.

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Luxury Villa The five elements here are, wood, fire, wind, stone and water, which are important principles for all types of villas. These elements will create interaction between themselves and guests, and will brings an optimal balance of positive energy into place. Each element is represented by a specific color and texture. The themes incorporating the five elements will bring more harmony into the living space. These themes also help to separate indoor and outdoor spaces. For indoor spaces, I used wood, wind, and fire elements. For outdoor spaces, I used water and stone elements. The design of the building provides natural ventilation. Fire represents light. To create the light, it is brought from outside to inside space and also from light fixtures.


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Superior Villa The five elements here are, wood, fire, wind, stone and water, which are important principles for all types of villas. These elements will create interaction between themselves and guests, and will brings an optimal balance of positive energy into place. Each element is represented by a specific color and texture. The themes incorporating the five elements will bring more harmony into the living space. These themes also help to separate indoor and outdoor spaces. For indoor spaces, I used wood, wind, and fire elements. For outdoor spaces, I used water and stone elements. The design of the building provides natural ventilation. Fire represents light. To create the light, it is brought from outside to inside space and also from light fixtures.

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Moon Deck + Pier Suite These settings are a combination of unique romance, intuitive surroundings and thoughtfully designed facilities which create a memorable, yet accessible escape. On the first floor of Pier Suites, guests can enjoy their own personal pier to access the canal, which is made to be a swimming pool. For guests who stay in Moon Deck Suite upstairs, they have their own romantic moon deck on the third floor, which also have easy access to the canal. Each intuitively-designed setting features the ultimate atmosphere in beach vacation comfort with ambient spaces both indoors and out. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Welcome to the health resort for wellness and longevityâ&#x20AC;? where luxurious surroundings, natural beauty, advanced health therapy, and lifestyle training provide opportunities to experience enhanced health.


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â&#x20AC;&#x153; Welcome to health resort for wellness and longevity â&#x20AC;? where luxurious surroundings, natural beauty, and advanced health therapy and lifestyle training provide opportunities to experience enhanced health.


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Phuket Panwa Resort

Overall and activites that create experiences and enhance health

Phuket Panwa Resort offers a comprehensive array of activities specifically designed to promote relaxation, wellness, and longevity. All elements are organized to provide a memorable experience in Wellness and Healthy living. Healthy gourmet cuisines offer sophisticated ambience, phenomenal views, local ingredients, and the creativity from Thailandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best chefs. First class accommodations based on spacious, elegant, and fully fitted suites offer more space, privacy, equipment and superior customer service. The resort will provide, from a building environment and from an amenities and services point of view, physical and mental vitality based on the virtues of fresh air, exercise, cultural stimulation and recreational pursuits.

_Cultural Spa Cultural Spa provides Thai wellness therapies that support and promote health by means of natural methods using traditional Thai medicinal theory. In Thailand, a tropical paradise enriched with cultural heritage and holistic remedies, spa is a very much part of daily existence.

_Thai Massage For more than a thousand years, Thai Massage has been practiced with love and care on families and friends to maintain health and well-being. Traditional Thai Cooking and Organic Cooking Experience Thai cuisine is also a wonderfully aromatic and harmonious mixture of flavors, colors, and textures. Eating Thai food is an amazing experience. Cooking Thai food is all about balance and harmony, yet a wonderful introduction to the ancient food therapy, one of a Thai secret for health and long-life.

_Thai yoga Thai yoga, Rue Sri Dat Ton (self stretching) is a traditional Thai exercise that combines stretching and application of pressure to energize points, with breathing techniques and meditation to develop the flow of energy throughout the body.

_Aqua Exercise and Diving Experience the marvelous feeling of weightless exercise created by water that supports your weight, protects your joints from injury, allows more flexibility of movement, and boosts your bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s circulation system.

_Traditional Thai Wedding Ceremony Weddings here can be in Western or Traditional Thai Wedding style


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Moon Deck & Pier Suite Superior Villas Luxury Villas

Presidential Villa Main Restaurant Diving Center


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Chino Portuguese

Riverside Thai House

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About Phuket Panwa

Exercise

Spa

Diving

Agriculture

On the beach

Activities

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Wind

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Lobby & Bar


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Bar Floor plan scale 1 : 200

1.Wa Yu Bar 1


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Water

Stone

Spa & Fitness


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1. Single Massage Room 1


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1. Bath Tub 2. Double Massage Room 1

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Finalization

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1. Outdoor Massage 1


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Wood


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Organic Restaurant Floor plan scale 1 : 100


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Organic Restaurant


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Finalization

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1. Dining Area 1


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Fire


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Main Restaurant Floor plan scale 1 : 200


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Main Restaurant


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1. Dining Area 1


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Wood

Wind

Water

Stone

Presidential Suite

Fire


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Presidential Villa


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Presidential Suite


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1. Living Area 1


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1. Bed Room 1


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1. Jacuzzi Tub 2. Dining Area 1

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Wood

Wind

Water

Luxury Villa

Stone

Fire


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Luxury Villa Floor plan scale 1 : 200


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Luxury Villa


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1. Living and Dining Area 1


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1. Living Area 1


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1. Sea View from Bed Room 2. Bed Room 1

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Wood

Wind

Water

Superior Villa

Stone

Fire


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Superior Villa


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Superior Villa


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1.Bed Room 1


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Wood

Wind

Water

Stone

Moon Deck & Pier Suite

Fire


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Moon Deck Pier Suite


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Moon Deck & Pier Suite


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Pier Suite


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Moon Deck


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