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Cotton Bay Resort

  • holiday
  • stone
  • timber
Status
Proposal (2007)

The project is for the prototype of a 315m2 detached four-bedroom resort villa, with a 250m2 of outdoor living at Eleuthera in the Bahamas.  We call the design “the Caribbean’s ultimate bolthole”, it is a lap of luxury with a pared down aesthetic, combining the neutral colours of Jerusalem stone and White Oak louvres with soft cottons that billow with the breeze. The Interiors are designed to be crafted by traditionally-trained local artisans. Indigenous detailing, from carved wooden windows and intricate doors, is combined with a fresh, clean-lined modernism. It is a reinterpretation of traditional Bahamian architecture, combining with environmental sensitive design.

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  • Cotton Bay Resort by Architects EAT
  • Cotton Bay Resort by Architects EAT
  • Cotton Bay Resort by Architects EAT
  • Cotton Bay Resort by Architects EAT
  • Cotton Bay Resort by Architects EAT
  • Cotton Bay Resort by Architects EAT