New concept of library already built in Koh Samui Resort, Thailand. He was Tirawan Songsawat who become intellectual architect behind this project. This library is located between old-growth trees on that resort and minimalist structure become the choice. The use of contrast color such as;white, red, black and grey become one of interesting point which fresh our eyes.
We called as a new concept of library because this library completed by restaurant, swimming pool, reading room, and luxurious rest room. At the exterior side, this library has beautiful garden and also wonderful view of surrounding beach. This library will give pleasure for the reader or book madness.
Tirawan Songsawat explained about the concept of this project; This library is built as an exotic smart concept. Semi-minimalist architecture is our solution as it provides a very simple architecture and interior which has a balance with surrounding nature. To complement with architecture style, a smart interactive between staff and guests is added up to ensure that the right combination of both facilities and staff will create a perfect blend of the project.
The strong point of this project is â€˜The Library Buildingâ€™ located by the beach named itself after the projectâ€™s title. The White building with high huge ceiling equipped with glass window pane all around will enrich purity, serenity and peace.
The Library Building consists of three box-style units adjoining together where the middle box is an open-air serving as a mini-cafÃ©. The other two boxes are the huge library for not only books but also other entertainment media such as music CD, movie DVD. In addition, there will be a small corner for internet access with broadband connection. Guests will enjoy sipping a cup of coffee, writing e-mail, listening to music with sea views.
Visit the website of The Library resort â€“ here.
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