This Luxury Floating Villa SeaScape Will Let You Sleep Underwater
SeaScape is a great floating villa that features an underwater bedroom.
Forget everything you’ve known so far about luxurious villas and focus on this one. This luxury floating villa could easily replace the mega yacht as we know it.
In fact, the yacht isn’t giving you amazing views of the underwater, like this floating villa is.
The latest holiday destination for the wealthy people has been revealed by an Asian company. It is this floating villa that can simply be moved to wherever you want to go.
BMT Asia Pacific, the firm behind the Project Utopia floating island, has developed a new concept for a luxury floating villa envisioned for calm waters near the coast.
The company hopes that millionaires and hotels will go for the SeaScape, a luxury villa that features an underwater bedroom.
The triangular villa can be customized to the client’s needs to any shape and can also be easily expanded.
Its center has an underwater bedroom with views of wildlife swimming nearby.
The reason why they made it triangular is to allow additional real estate to be added on in 700-square-foot units, with a variety of options that include internal pools and sun decks.
Also, a 4m-diamter cylindrical room can be introduced in the middle, to allow even greater underwater views.
Imagine this villa as a cell. A cell is a part of even a greater group, and so this villa. It can exist as an individual place, or as part of a larger integrated complex.
Each villa simply connects with another edge-to-edge, producing a number of possible arrangements.
What this means basically is that you can add on in 700-square-foot units, with a variety of options that include internal pools and sun decks.
‘Our new series of floating villas demonstrates that it is possible to offer exceptional luxury through a simple, yet elegant modular design,’ said Richard Colwill, Managing Director of BMT Asia Pacific.
‘In the Hotel & Tourism space we know we need to offer not only a unique experience, but also competitive costs and feasible deployment and operation,’
The firm behind it believes hotels could even use the to create mini resorts. Each ‘villa’ can be set up with bedrooms, bathrooms and outdoor areas depending on the customer’s requirements.
‘A key feature of SeaScape is a superb underwater bedroom,’ the firm says. The system is also easy to transport.
Pre-fabricated parts can readily fit into standard shipping containers and allow for simpler and more cost-effective construction.
Mr Colwill comments: ‘We are very pleased to be introducing SeaScape to the luxury resort market.
‘This addition to BMT’s Floating Villas portfolio offers even more options and flexibility to our customers to develop an unforgettable holiday experience for their guests.’
BMT Asia Pacific is currently seeking a commission to turn the SeaScape villa concept into reality.
Two floor version of the villa are also available to accommodate families. Do you think that SeaScape could be one of the most expensive floating hotels?
Is this better than the yacht?