QUÊ TÔI Village
Area: 10 200m²
Song Cau, Phu Yen Province, Vietnam
Quê Tôi Village is a resort designed by Gema – Architecture and Interior
Design company, in Phu Yen province, Central Vietnam, a part of the coast that has been able to keep its original cachet and charm. Our client’s commission was to create a luxurious eco-retreat catering to individuals seeking a commune with nature. This clear assignment allowed Gema to create from the ground up an exclusive beach retreat, supervising every facet of its development from master plan and landscaping to resort design, restaurant, and interior design. Envisioned as to blend with its natural surroundings, the property takes advantage of unadulterated materials to define Quê Tôi Village’s cohesive appearance, with a nod to local aesthetics.
Composed of 16 individual units and 6 deluxe suites, the resort provides all the necessary amenities in a serene setting echoing its tropical environment.
The layout follows a longitudinal site, stretching between steep hillsides rising as much as 40 meters above sea level, and the ocean itself. This configuration surely presented an auspicious location for geomantic harmony, but also a real challenge for Gema – Architecture & Interior Design, having to develop all the necessary structures on a narrow site, while shielding them from the disturbance of the road behind. Quê Tôi Village was therefore developed as a pedestrian compound underscored with exclusive interior design, buffered from traffic by lush vegetation creating an acoustic screen with mature trees, and integrated into a graceful landscape privileging local flora. There is a gradation in privacy from the parking lot to the reception with its convivial restaurant, leading to a dedicated infinity pool area.
Finally, after following an undulating path presenting an element of surprise and discovery, guests are ushered to their individual units, each appointed with its private alley, a green passageway ensuring