Last month, this was our home for a weekend to celebrate Swedish Midsommer in Cambodia. Villa Romanea, an incredible example of New Khmer Architecture in Kep. Built in 1968 as a private residence, Romanea was anbandoned during the regime and left to crumble until the ’90s. Minimalism with a dash of cool, this style provides light and shade in all the right ways – I find it one of the most inspiring forms of building design. Lines and curves and shapes in obvious and subtle ways, the combination is so…pleasing. Like silk, it just feels good to be in it. Such a happy weekend of dancing, drinking and soaking up the surrounds. Here’s a little video I posted to my personal instagram account. There’s no sound, but I know you’ll get the idea.