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Walcott HOuse

Tiki Villas was designed using balinese elements as reference, mixed with local tropical banana republic style , endemic from the south.


The intent of the design was to develop an aesthetic to complement, rather than compete with, existing elements. ASP achieved that vision by integrating each volume into the landscape while using strategically-located horizontal concrete and stone platforms to prevent obstructed views from within each space. The materials used, including stone, wood, earth, gravel, and pavers, serve as unifying elements due to their chromatic and neutral finishes, as well as their local origins.


The complex also features an orchard that supplies some of the restaurant’s fresh ingredients. . As part of the boutique hotel, the layout was designed to generate microclimates and microenvironments that favor the landscape.



Key Biscayne,  USA

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