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Waterfront Villa Design

Waterfront Villa Design.

Waterfront Villa Design. Architecture, Interior & Landscape Design.

  • 20,000 ft2, (1,850M2) 4 levels. 5 bedrooms en Suite, 7+ baths.
  • Architecture, Interior Design and Project Management. Turn-key.
  • Hotel Zone, Cancun, Mexico

Waterfront Villa Design. First of all the style is Palladian-Contemporary, while it was designed for a star as a “Boutique Hotel”.

Therefore each suite includes a full multi use bathroom en suite, certainly with wet bar and counter and  sleeper sofa. Furthermore also a walk in closet and terrace, and a separate independent key.

While Spanish Colonial Churches and Palaces of Mexico were an inspiration, similarly the street entrance where  you walk into an Interior Garden with fountains and palm trees.

From the raised three level Foyer Atrium you immediately see the Ocean when opening the front door.

By boat or from the beach you can walk up to the raised pool area and the Loggia welcomes you.

Project Description.

Most noteworthy there is a three level Atrium and as a result it sees like each suite opens to a Pueblo. Furthermore the glass elevator connects four levels and roof terrace.

Outside a covered loggia extends the front of the house, while connecting you to the pool.

The Atrium splits the bulk of the House in two wings and allows natural light through and gives the Interior a Village felling and bringing in the outdoors.

The basement a lower ground floor, contains the “Brain”, the Gym, the home theater and cellar, as well as the staff quarters.

The North View Elevation is terraced towards the Ocean and pool. The 65’ long vanishing edge or endless pool, visually merges the pool with the Ocean bringing it closer to the House. Couldn’t do the pool any bigger!

The South or front elevation facing the street and Golf course is Palladian.

The Loggia. An outdoor living area is frequently used as an extension to both, the indoor and pool. Nautilus fountain on one end and Classic lion head fountain in the other.

The Library. Honduran mahogany was used throughout the library and the rest of the house.

Intelligent glass was used reducing the amount of UV rays 95%, and laminated for hurricane winds.

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