Those of us who have had the good fortune to visit the Republic know that landscapes and beaches like theirs are few. The Caribbean Sea has like a magnet that attracts the tourist and imbues him with an aura of tranquility and relaxation unparalleled, but nevertheless we know that there are not many houses like those that we see in these photographs.
It is a plot of 7.000 m2 that only a few privileged can have, on the coast of an island of Carbie. It is distributed in two different parts, but the most striking is the shape of its walls, walls and ceilings, all of them clad in coral stone.
Each of the rooms are designed to take advantage of the weather, allow good ventilation and leave large glazed areas that allow you to see the sea from most rooms. In addition, coral stone is also present in the interior.
Light, white and beige tones predominate, also contributing to the luminosity of the house. Without a doubt a corner of relaxation.