La Bua Resort & Residences

Offers World-Renowned Property Design To Thai Buyers…..


Simply stating that a design concept has been internationally iconized
may convince some, but here’s it hard example for the rest: The famous egg chair…by Arne Jacobsen.

You don’t need an image to picture it; we all know it. Mimicking one of the world’s most simple natural shapes, the chair’s unexpected round and smooth profile naturally lends itself to act as the focal point in any room it’s placed. But it’s not just the curved elegance of the design that makes it standout piece; it is also invitingly comfortable. The synthesis of powerfully simple design and obvious functionality is what made this particular piece of furniture incredibly famous; a shining example of the Scandinavian school of design it was born from.


Made even more famous by landmarks like the Sydney Opera House, Scandinavian design extends much further than pieces of furniture. It can be applied to every element of a property, from the color of the floor to the height of the windows. The design concept focuses on minimalism, functionality and breathabihty in a space, emphasizing the use of neutral colors, high ceilings, natural light, and smooth, continuous lines.

Providing quite the contrast from traditional Thai design which commonly features shaded spaces, winged edges, dark woods and ornate details, some newly-developed properties of Scandinavian design, currently being built in Hua Hin will be a breath of fresh air for investors and home-seekers in Thailand.

Scandinavian Designed Properties in Hua Hin

Just two hours east of Bangkok, a new development in Hun Hin called La Bua Resort & Residences will be an authentic example of Scandinavian design. Backed by four partners, three of which are Danish expats, the development will be one of the first of its kind in Thailand considering that it is entirely catered to Scandinavian design concepts, themes and features.

Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki, and Oslo are the names of the property types available at La Bua Resort & Residences, and while each type offers something different to their buyers, all will be fully fitted with Danish modern kitchens, bathrooms and furnitures.


The Stockholm Villa is by for the standout property on the development; the “egg chair of La Bua,” if you will. It’s built in an unorthodoxly rounded still’ shape, with the common areas of the house fit its core. Thus, the private areas of the home revolve around the spaciou living and dining area. Overlooking a private designer pool, the large central room will be enclosed by retractable glass walls, allowing the uninterrupted indoor space to become completely open-air.

When asked about the unique design of The Stockholm villas, the partners behind La Bua explained that the properties take inspiration from some of the world’s most famous Scandinavian designers to offer a kind of property never-before-seen in Thailand.
“We’ve selected the designs that we love, and the design clements of the Stockholm villa are ones seek to incorporate into every design we make,” Jonas Glud said. ” we want to create homes that allow for free movement, free thinking, and will inspire you every day.


The notion of a space  cantering to “free thinking” is too aligned with Scandinavian design. With functionality and miniru alism ingrained into all aspects of the designed space, there  are no frills, bells or whistles that get in the way of daily living, As this is simply the nature of the design, the benefits are enjoyed within all of the La Bua Hua Hin properties regardless of price’, even the “Copenhagen” one-bedroom apartments starting at just 2 million thb. A great place to plan your retirement in Hua Hin.

The Copenhagen apartment units, thanks to their minimalistic and highly functioning designs offer space, enormous windows and subtle colors that practically allow each unit to breathe on its own. Outdoors, all residents and guests at La Bua Resort & Residences can enjoy the massive organically shaped swimming pool; a refreshing reminder that Scandmavian design can be enjoyed not just in Nordic areas but in the tropics of Thailand as well.

Find out more information regarding La Bua Resort & Residence Hua Hin.