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Six Senses Zil Pasyon Wins Prix Versailles by Studio RHE INTERIORS / 15 JUNE 2018 / BY S O I S O U R C E
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Six Senses Zil Pasyon Wins Prix Versailles by Studio RHE INTERIORS / 15 JUNE 2018 / BY S O I S O U R C E
Six Senses Zil Pasyon has been named the winner of the 2018 Prix Versailles for Hotel Exteriors at an award ceremony held on May 15 in Paris. The accomplishment follows the announcement of Six Senses Zil Pasyon as continental winner, Africa and West Asia, for hotels in the Special prize Exterior 2018 category.
 
The Prix Versailles recognizes the most remarkable architectural structures, both interior and exterior, across a range of developments. The judging panel consists of the most highly regarded architecture and hospitality professionals and insists that nominees and winners exhibit the world-renowned symbol of beauty and 
elegance associated with the city of Versailles in France, from which it takes its name. The award also aims 
to serve as a beacon for quality architecture, today and into the future.
 
The architecture for Six Senses Zil Pasyon was executed by Studio RHE (Richard Hywel Evans), based in London, UK. The concept was to integrate the stunning natural beauty of Félicité Island, allowing the architecture to complement it rather than compete against it. Sustainable processes and technologies were also at the forefront of the plans, a key requirement for all Six Senses projects, with a resulting symbiotic relationship between the buildings and that nature, allowing the resort to become an integral part of the island 
system and its beauty.
 
The resort villas have been designed with a modern twist on indigenous architecture. The timber frames and shingled roofs blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings, creating an attractive but unobtrusive 
addition to the island. Their positioning, each with a private pool, make the most of the views and take 
advantage of the privacy that the surrounding nature affords. Meanwhile, the residences, which are located at higher elevations on the island, use their black granite cladding to blend in with the island rock while 
simultaneously contrasting the soft forms of the natural boulders with their strong geometric angles.
 
The two styles of architecture could not be more dissimilar, yet they work in perfect harmony with each other and the environments which they inhabit. Studio RHE has accomplished a feat of architectural creativity and Six Senses has been a proud partner in the design of the interiors for these architectural jewels.

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  • Year
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  • Location
    FÉLICITÉ ISLAND, Seychelles
  • Type
    Hospitality
  • Status
    Completed works
  • Architects
    Studio RHE (Richard Hywel Evans)
  • Interior Design
    Studio RHE (Richard Hywel Evans)
  • Email
    architect@studiorhe.com
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