We are very much astonished by the villa facade design. It’s totally unique and different. The big curve façade seems like some traditional Korean home back before modernism has touch the country. La Réserve Ramatuelle, the name of this resort house design is located on a quiet hill overlooking at Mediterranean Sea and it stands on an area as wide as 2,000 square meters.
The hilltop hideaway covers with seven guest rooms, 16 astounding suites and unbelievable one thousand square meters spa, refreshing pine covered expanse as well as a home for twelve vacation villas. The luxurious villa rooms covered up to fifty to a hundred square meters and each of the spacious rooms covered with a nice private terrace with astounding vista of the landscape below.
Jean-Michel Wilmotte the master mind, aka architect, of this villa has cleverly designed it. Instead of competing with the dazzling landscape, Jean rather choose to interact and create a harmonious villa design. The architect didn’t work alone. Just for you to know that the stone floors here was done by Paola Lenti and Tai Ping, while the huge windows are done by Marc Geisen and Kieffer. Inside the rooms, all the contemporary furniture was done by Hans J. Wegner, Finn Juhl, Moroso, Flexform, Poltrona Frau, B&B and Roda.
For the twelve private villas designer Rémi Tessier took the chance and uses similar approach so that it corresponds well with the rest interior design. Although each rooms has similar theme, they have their own approach and atmosphere. One thing in common is that they are all surrounded by the typical Mediterranean style large private gardens and pools. Don’t forget to reserve a villa for your holiday, and I can assure you that it’s the best site you will ever encounter.