Alila Villas Hadahaa In Maldives By SCDA Architects


Lovely ‘Green’ Alila Villas Hadahaa found in Maldives created by SCDA Architects for a rapid escape near to the ocean.

Alila Villas Hadahaa is a luxury resort found in the properly enchanted Maldives. Created by SCDA Architects, a reputed design studio primarily based in Singapore, the total resort is a lot more like an escapade with its nearest neighbor as far as 10 kilometers. The views of the ocean stretch until eternity, and it would seem that the villas are extended versions of the seaside huts, just more developed with luxury. As opposed to many of the villas and resorts of Maldives that mostly delivers gorgeous views of the ocean, this resort is really shut to the sea.

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Most parts of the exteriors and interiors have been completed in stunning wooden patterns, without spoiling the organic shades of wood. The resort has twenty Island Villas with a swimming pool along with 14 Aqua Villas and 6 Island Villas, every single differing from the other by dimension and services.

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The style studio caters to the demands of the atmosphere and has installed waste treatment plants along rainwater harvesting programs. All the indoor spaces are made for cross ventilation in line with the tropical climate circumstances. For developing and operation, the resort stays sincere with the specifications of Green Globe certification.

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Most elements of the resort, which includes public spaces and bedrooms have unique wooden function for the ceiling, floor, and beams. Some of the public spaces for recreation have higher thatched style roofs, whilst the bedrooms have marbled floors with wood clad windows. For the furnishings, the selections are primarily in wood with mixed contemporary components. With white materials and upholstery, the furniture collection complements the interiors with ease. As for the lighting, the public spaces have mixed fashion of lighting, even though for rest of the resort, softness and source lighting rules.

A best getaway without a doubt!

Photos courtesy of Alila Hotels and Resorts

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