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Villa Avellana Residencia: Eco-Luxury in Costa Rica

FeaturedModern open-plan living space with wooden ceiling and pool view.

Villa Avellana Residencia by SARCO Architects Costa Rica stands as a modern tropical ultra-luxury haven in Guanacaste Province. This award-winning house blends stunning beachfront views with an eco-conscious approach, offering a unique indulgence in luxury living. With meticulous design and guest-centric features, it redefines the standards of high-end real estate.

Villa Avellana exemplifies the seamless integration of opulence and environmental responsibility.

Hale Hali’a Aloha Residence: A Tropical Paradise

Hale Hali’a Aloha Residence: A Tropical Paradise

Hale Hali’a Aloha Residence, crafted by Eerkes Architects, stands as a 2023 architectural marvel in Princeville, Hawaii. Embracing Kaua’i’s breathtaking scenery, the house offers panoramic views of Kalihiwai Bay and Kilauea Point.

Its unique design features sloped and flat roofs, integrating with the lush greenery. The interior boasts an internal garden with views of Hihimanu peak and waterfalls, while adaptable wooden screens on the exterior harmonize with Hawaii’s diverse climate, creating a tranquil tropical retreat.

Paraíso 354: Sarco Architects’ Tropical Luxury in Costa Rica

Paraíso 354: Sarco Architects’ Tropical Luxury in Costa Rica

Explore Paraíso 354 in Costa Rica, a 2023 creation by Sarco Architects. This award-winning home in Guanacaste Province redefines luxury with its modern tropical design. Boasting stunning views and a lavish 6-bedroom layout, it seamlessly blends high-end elements like Italian porcelain and teak finishes.

Paraíso 354 is a true symbol of elegance, perfectly integrated with the natural beauty of Peninsula Papagayo.

Casa con Vista: A Contemporary Tropical Retreat in Nosara

FeaturedCasa con Vista: A Contemporary Tropical Retreat in Nosara

In the picturesque town of Nosara, Costa Rica, Studio Saxe unveils Casa con Vista, a stunning two-story contemporary tropical home. Designed in 2023, this masterpiece captures the allure of the tropics with its modern, simple design.

It frames mesmerizing ocean views while fostering a profound connection with nature, fulfilling the owners’ desire for a warm sanctuary from North America’s colder climes.

Casa Azúcar: A Contemporary Tropical Getaway

Casa Azúcar: A Contemporary Tropical Getaway

Nestled in the heart of the blue zone community of Nosara, Costa Rica, Casa Azúcar by Studio Saxe offers an oasis that blends indoors and outdoors for the perfect getaway.

Designed in 2022, the contemporary tropical house is the perfect combination of respecting the existing trees and a natural creek, providing warmth and comfort within nature. The house is designed like a habitable garden pavilion, carefully choreographed to enter the back of the house towards the creek and the wildlife that spawns from there. The interior design is light and soft, creating a modern beach-like feel, and bioclimatic passive design is used for sustainability.

Caribbean Courtyard Villa by Studio Saxe

Caribbean Courtyard Villa by Studio Saxe

Let the Caribbean breeze and lush jungle of Puerto Viejo, Limon whisk you away to paradise with Studio Saxe’s newest design – Caribbean Courtyard Villa. This stunning hotel was designed in 2021 with a modern tropical style that is both visually appealing and eco-friendly.

The villa consists of pavilions joined through a woven network of pergolas which blend into the surrounding environment for an immersive experience. Each room has been enclosed by walls and glass while respecting existing trees as they were placed around the property stepping down from topography gently with architecture.

Villa Pelícanos by Main Office

FeaturedVilla Pelícanos by Main Office

The Mexico and Sweden-based studio Main Office has recently expanded and revived Villa Pelícanos, an existing residential complex dating from the ‘80s, and nestled in the tropical landscape of Mexico’s West Coast.

Located in Sayulita — a beach town that is a popular destination for health, wellness and surfing retreats, the project is composed of a series of pavilion-like individual dwellings that descend a slope facing the Pacific Ocean.