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Kaya Villas in Avellanas, Costa Rica by Garton Group Architecture

Project name:
Kaya Villas
Architecture firm:
Garton Group Architecture
Avellanas, Costa Rica
Tools used:
AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Lumion, Autodesk 3ds Max
Principal architect:
Tom Garton
Design team:
Tom Garton
Built area:
600 m²
Site area:
3000 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Mazur Redering
In Process
Residential › House

Garton Group ArchitectureLocated in the surfers Paradise of Playa Avellana, Kaya Villas is series of 4 boutique villas nestled in the lush forests directly behind the waves

Care was taken to locate the villas throughout the site in a way that posed the least disruption to the existing flora and fauna. As such each villa has a unique forest setting with a private garden and plunge pool bordered by tropical natural stone planters. Each villa is comprised of 2 bedrooms with private terraces and a large open plan living/kitchen/dining that spills seamlessly to an outdoor terrace.

The villas are made up of 2 volumes that interact with one another. A taller communal volume with a dramatic floating roof is home to the kitchen/living/dining space while a more subtle lower volume creates isolation for the bedrooms and bathrooms.

By Liliana Alvarez

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