Featured Bamboo House in Architectural Digest

ANANDA HOUSE was showcased in the May 2017 edition of Architectural Digest. Built for David Hornblow and his family, the property features a hole designed into its roof to accommodate the trees


This striking bamboo villa is a 4-story structure with curving leaf-shaped roofs, perched like birds on the terraced slope. It hosts three glass-enclosed bedrooms with air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms. The king-size bedroom comes with a reading terrace and an indoor/outdoor stone bath.


The open-plan living area with fully equipped modern kitchen—separated by a curving breakfast bar—is a great spot to view the river and verdant tropical garden. A large terrace is equipped with six sun loungers and large umbrellas for relaxing after a refreshing splash in the salt-water swimming pool. An entertainment room is ready with satellite TV and DVD is perfect for indoor snuggling time. Wi-Fi is available throughout the house.


A separate guest pavilion hosts 2 air-conditioned suites with outdoor terraces, each a double bedroom with queen-size beds. Both have en-suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and unique features—one is a semi-open roof bathroom, and the other one has a dramatic brass-lined shower.


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