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Bablu Apartments

Golfito, Costa Rica

The Tower

The tower's design draws inspiration from the lush, vibrant landscape of Golfito. NeoArchitects have crafted a structure that not only complements but enhances its natural surroundings. Each of the seven floors houses a single, expansive apartment, offering residents unparalleled privacy and breathtaking panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the verdant Costa Rican rainforest.

Architectural Features

  1. Open-Plan Living Spaces: Each apartment features an open-plan layout, promoting fluidity and maximizing natural light. Floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living, providing unobstructed views and a constant connection to nature.

  2. Natural Materials: The use of locally sourced materials such as teak wood, bamboo, and volcanic stone not only supports the local economy but also ensures the building harmonizes with its environment. These materials are celebrated for their durability and sustainability.

  3. Lush Greenery: Extensive use of greenery, including vertical gardens and rooftop terraces, creates a living, breathing facade. These green elements not only enhance the aesthetic appeal but also contribute to improved air quality and natural cooling.

  4. Eco-Friendly Amenities: The building boasts state-of-the-art sustainable features, including rainwater harvesting systems, solar panels, and energy-efficient appliances. Each apartment is designed to minimize energy consumption while providing maximum comfort.

Sustainability at Its Core

NeoArchitects have embedded sustainability into every aspect of the tower’s design. The building’s orientation and intelligent design reduce the need for artificial lighting and air conditioning. Passive cooling techniques, such as cross-ventilation and shading devices, ensure a comfortable living environment without relying heavily on energy-intensive systems.

Water conservation is also a priority, with greywater recycling systems and low-flow fixtures installed throughout the building. The landscape architecture integrates native plant species that require minimal irrigation, further reducing water consumption.


Project in Development

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