A pitched wooden roof frames the main volume and the pavilion, respecting the architecture of the neighbouring homes. Due to the home’s close proximity to the ocean, the villa is built with locally-sourced natural materials. “We used wood and coral, as they can withstand the salty air, are low maintenance and age beautifully at the same time,” studio founder Piet Boon says.
In reference to the Caribbean way of life, a connection to the outdoors has been established through panoramic views of the sea in the communal areas of the home. An unsaturated colour palette of dark timber, grey and white is consistent throughout the home, forming the ultimate backdrop for the enviable vistas.