This brand new property possesses two architectural styles, seemingly opposing in appearance and yet complementing one and other. From the front, the villa appears typically colonial with its traditional Caribbean balconies on the first floor and Italian wooden louvered shutters. The entrance hall is spectacular with a unique contemporary Sicis mosaic floor, an imposing chandelier from Belge Spiridon, 26 large pictures with black and white photos of St. Barthelemy s flora and two huge mirrors facing each other. The mood has been set.
Through the entrance hall and across the patio, the strict radical modernity of West Cliff House becomes suddenly apparent: sober, sleek, geometric lines and the very first roof terraces in Gustavia. These terraces permit clear sea views from the three bedrooms on the first floor and fully integrate this house into its natural environment.
Fabrics are by the creator Missoni giving strong color harmonies in the bedrooms: golden yellow, red, black and white, grey and celadon green. Everything has been created exclusively for this house. Throughout there is no discontinuity, everything seems to melt and blend: the ultimate refinement of every detail. The same applies in regard to the bathrooms, which they themselves are absolute works of art with wonderful mosaics reminiscent of the style of the Caribbean but re-looked in a stunningly beautiful, totally modern way. The two pools are also the result of spectacular craftsmanship; their mosaics give a dream-like vision of the seabed.
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Gustavia, St. Barthelemy