Wealth Magazine looks at three dreamy residential resorts with the healing power of nature. It’s life off the grid in harmony with the earth, sea and sky.
At Alaia Belize, a residential resort along the tranquil Caribbean Sea, residences will feature approximately 70 percent of fabrics and raw materials from Belize, including rustic marbles and stones, reclaimed wood, linen curtains, textured beige walls and earth-toned hues.
At Rock House (pictured here), a residential resort in Turks and Caicos, AD100 interior designer Shawn Henderson and local Coast Architects are using the native limestone from the cliffs that Rock House sits upon to hand-craft limestone walls that will wrap from the cottages’ exteriors to interiors.
At Oil Nut Bay, a sustainable, eco-luxury residential resort community on Virgin Gorda in the BVIs, developer David Johnson of Victor International was inspired by each of Oil Nut Bay’s unique and vastly different home site’s topography and vowed to build each villa in harmony with nature.
Get a glimpse of what life could be: https://bit.ly/2w9q6HD