The Six Senses Resort in Con Dao, Vietnam

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Located on the Con Dao Island of Vietnam, the Six Senses Resort designed by Reda Amalou and Stephanie Ledoux of AW² Architects carries the concept of enhancing the natural local setting with its main features and designing all buildings and circulations in term of scale and texture to fit within the existing environment and to provide beautiful views. The overall feel is very luxurious, but economically manageable at the same time. The resort’s suites, villas and restaurants are supported with sustainable timber frames and operate at low energy and conservative levels. Images © Daniel Moulinet

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