"There's a new coffee shop in Cayo, Santa Elena to be exact, and you can't miss it; seriously, you can't. They have great frappuccinos, coffee, pastries, and even have daily food specials. It's the most artsy coffee shop ever, and they are open on Sundays. Good food and coffee, and there should be entertainment coming soon. See you there!"
The new regional head office of the United Nations is designed with clear references to the UN’s identity and values: It is a building that physically reaches out to all parts the world, while the sculptural staircase in its core reflects the UN’s work to create global dialogue.
Located on an artificial island the building is naturally separated from its immediate surroundings, while still being highly visible from both the city and the water.
This house is integrated with nature, sustainably designed and features a pared back palette infused with just the right amount of contrast.
Originally designed by Bark Design, the architects adopted principles of authenticity, economy, durability and simplicity into the design. A change in ownership gave the opportunity to further explore and refine the dwelling for its new occupants.
In the words of the architects, "The basic ‘pavilion’ plan was sketched out in the sand during an early site visit. A simple diagram of two timber pavilions placed either side of a 50 year old Morton Bay Ash ensures that the tree takes centre stage to the scale, proportions and life of the house around it. Celebrating its natural, coastal setting, the house provides its occupants with an inextricable link to the landscape. Exploring ideas of lightness, layers of transparency and integrating indoor/outdoor living within dynamic patterns of light and shadow, the Marcus Beach house is a simple frame to enable a contemporary coastal lifestyle to unfold within a very special landscape.
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