This estate in Uvita, Costa Rica was given the name Castillo Del Sol, or Castle of the Sun, and we can see why. The home sits on nearly 10 acres of rain forest mountain top and features extraordinary views of the Pacific. Plus, it has three pools and a helipad!
Turquoise waters and fine-sand beaches extend for miles here in Costa Smeralda, an alluring destination along the northeast coast of Sardinia, Italy. Because the villa is only minutes away from the village of Porto Cervo, the owners can enjoy waterfront views, as well as fine dining and shopping.
Located in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, this kitchen design takes inspiration from the Osa’s natural world. The kitchen cabinets are made of locally harvested, native species of wood. All appliances are energy-efficient, as to not waste energy in a house where all electricity is generated from solar panels on the roof.
The Wood House exemplifies a new concept and functional materials-driven design, featuring bold characteristics with local woods and glass walls. This luxury designer home combines nature, from the beautiful interior gardens and water flowing from the interior to the exterior, with architectural structures, like the floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
This cute Costa Rican cabana takes advantage of the natural light and laid back beach lifestyle in the design of the spaces in this home. An open floor plan in the common spaces gives the home a nice flow, while a neutral color palette reflects the light that enters through the windows, creating the perfect tropical oasis for these homeowners.