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Thursday
Jan242013

 

BEST OF HOUZZ 2013

Thank you to all of my fellow Houzzers and fellow designers for recognizing Azimi Interiors in the BEST OF HOUZZ 2013 award amongst many other amazing designers! We are thrilled and honored to be apart of such a prestigious award! This website is truly the place to be. With millions of inspirations from one another we can only for further in the design world.

Congratulations to everyone who has won BEST OF HOUZZ 2013!

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Best,

Tami Azimi
Azimi Interiors LLC
http://www.houzz.com/pro/azimiinteriors/__public

Friday
Sep142012

 

SALA PHUKET

  

  

This stunning luxury resort in Phuket, Thailand was featured on the prestigious Conde Nast Hot List, and its easy to see why. We stayed in a pool villa for four nights and lets just say I wanted to pick up our villa and take it home with me! Tucked away in a secluded corner of Phukets Mai Khao Beach, the Sala Phuket Resort was total bliss. Nearly all of the unique Sino-Portuguese style rooms, suites, and pool villas feature a private plunge pool, not to mention the three swimming pools on the resort grounds.

Tuesday
Sep042012

 

Marrakech - Worlds Most Sumptuous Hotel Rooms  

 

This time: a palace within a palais in Marrakech 

Wander the medina in Marrakech, and you won't find many windows to peer through. That is because Moroccans value their privacy. This is a modesty culture, where you keep your bling hidden away. So it makes sense that the Palais Namaskar, a short drive outside the city's ancient medina, doesn't look much as you approach. 

Spreading out on either side as you enter paradise is a vast shimmering pool, criss-crossed with marble walkways; on one side, an arcade of Moorish arches marches into the distance; on the other, there's a lush garden of palm trees and hidden hammocks. 

Philippe Soulier and architect Imaad Rahmouni created 41 beautiful suites and villas. Having spent time in the Far East, Soulier has adopted the principles of feng shui in laying out the landscape. And of the five elements – wood, fire, earth, metal and water – the emphasis is clearly on the last, with each room giving on to its own private pool or Jacuzzi.

We stayed in one of nine Pool Villas, which, as the name suggests, is actually an individual property with its own pool. Sorry, make that two: one warm, one cool.

While the public spaces have a traditional Moorish vibe, the villas are sleek and modern, all glass walls and horizontal sweeps of concrete.