This is a proposed project for redeveloping a beach resort in Pattaya, Thailand. The project calls for putting up several 40–square meter cabanas which will be built on a wide and elevated area situated within 5 meters from the shoreline. The cabanas are set to be spaced 5 feet away from each other according to the client’s specifics. The primary materials, according to the client’s preference, are a mix of treated wood and construction-grade plastics. The cabana frames are made of top-grade Aluminum with polyester powder coat paint. The roofs are made of prefabricated panels of lumber with a glass-lucite type of plastic in the middle to make room for natural lighting and make the ceiling more breathable. The backside of each cabana features a solid wall while each side will be built with wooden panels made of bamboo. The front part of each cabana gives a hint of privacy while not obstructing the view of the beach. It features 2 decoratively translucent drapes from each side of the frame which can be open and closed according to preference.