Polo Architects和Going East将鹅卵石铺成的石墙搭配中性内饰,以掩盖酒店对抗佛得角的岩石地形。
Polo Architects and Going East have paired cobbled stone walls with neutral interiors to camouflage this cluster of guest villas against Cape Verde's rocky terrain.
Barefoot Luxury采用了与其周围环境相匹配的材料,由安特卫普的工作室Polo Architects和Going East设计。设计团队解释说："佛得角群岛主要有一个独特的月球景观,在肉眼所能看到的地方,到处都是火山口、坑洼和岩石。它迷人的棕色、赭色、红色和深蓝色的大西洋形成了鲜明的对比。尊重周围的景观是至关重要的。"
Decked out in materials that match its immediate surroundings,Barefoot Luxury has been designed by Antwerp-based studios Polo Architects and Going East to be "entirely trompe l'oeil"."The Cape Verde archipelago predominantly houses a strange moon landscape with craters,bumps and rocks as far as the eye can see," they explained."It charms with beautiful shades of brown,ochre,red – and contrasts dramatically with the deep blue Atlantic ocean.Respect for the surrounding landscape was essential."
The collection of 12 stone-clad villas are nestled against the rocky hillsides of Baia de João d'Evora,a secluded bay on Cape Verde's São Vicente island.Most of the local population resides in the nearby town of Mindelo,which is host to music venues and late-night bars.
Whilst ensuring that the villas don't interrupt the landscape,Polo Architects wanted guests to have maximum exposure to the sweeping sea views and natural daylight.
Each building is therefore arranged around a central outdoor patio that comes complete with a pool and kitchen area.Large panels of kotibé wood that front the space can be pivoted to minimise the strong winds that typically blow through the region.
Tall pergolas topped with strips of rattan provide shade to white daybeds and sun loungers.
Going East has then added a selection of natural-tone furnishings to the villas' interiors,which boast board-marked concrete surfaces.Warm-hued timber has also been used to craft cabinetry and to frame the full-height windows.
设计公司：Polo Architects & Going East