Holiday villa function design

Vacation is about unrestrained, complete relaxation of the body and mind. Therefore, the design of the holiday villa is more about how to combine the landscape to give the owner a relaxed, pleasant and maximum holiday experience. In addition, holiday villas cost tens of millions of dollars, and those who can afford holiday villas often have a luxury low-key in their bones.
Conventional villas are more inclined to the richness and convenience of life functions in design. The two are essentially different:
Holiday villas are more spacious, more luxurious and more comfortable than ordinary villas. For example, a 500-square-meter holiday villa usually has a separate living room area of ​​60-80 square meters, with large open rooms, large depths, and empty spaces, making it very spacious and stylish. This is about 50% larger than the city villa.
More viewing areas. 180-degree bay windows, 270-degree panoramic bay windows, roof gardens, entrance gardens, sun terraces, landscape platforms, living balconies, and more. I also noticed that a holiday villa in Sanya even has a sky garden, which shows its luxury.
The viewing platform is larger. In conventional urban villas, the balconies are generally made into a large surface width, small depth, and the depth is only 2.2 meters. Relatively speaking, holiday villas are much more generous, at least 2.8 meters in length, and some are even designed as large terraces with a depth of 6 meters. Thousand Island Lake Holiday Villas are even better, simply making them into a circle of corridors. The in-house swimming pool of the holiday villa, the open wooden barrel bathroom, and the cradle chair on the sun terrace add more romance and more fun.
Holiday villas belong to the nature of second residence, and the function of living should be weakened. For example, cloakroom, utility room, kitchen, because the functional requirements are not so strong, the area can be smaller than ordinary commercial houses.
Holiday villas pay attention to the communication between indoor and outdoor spaces. Many wall parts are replaced by fully transparent large-area floor-to-ceiling glass doors, which are more open.