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Studio Piet Boon designs revealed for Rosewood Residences at Half Moon Bay Antigua
POSTED 29 Nov 2019 . BY Stu Robarts
Each residence has its own outdoor area Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
When designing Half Moon Bay Antigua, we were compelled to create an experience that connected with the location
– Piet Boon
Rosewood have provided the first look at their residences at the Half Moon Bay resort in Antigua, designed by Studio Piet Boon.

The studio was announced as the designer for the Half Moon Bay hotel and residential community last October, along with Florida-based firm OBMI.

The Rosewood Residences at Half Moon Bay range from 2,500sq ft to 11,000sq ft (232sq m to 1,022sq m), two to five bedrooms and $4m (€4m, £3m) to $15m (€14m, £12m).

Each one has its own outdoor area and they have been designed to provide a fluidity between the indoor and outdoor spaces.

Studio Piet Boon have sought to ensure that the residences will complement the setting, including natural materials, earthy neutral tones and accents of colour referencing the lush surroundings.

Studio founder Piet Boon said: "When designing Half Moon Bay Antigua, we were compelled to create an experience that connected with the location. Each Rosewood Residence blends modestly into the topography connecting the exterior with the interior as they move down the hillside to the bay."

Half Moon Bay Antigua is due to launch in 2022.
Half Moon Bay Antigua is due to launch in 2022 Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
The designs include natural materials, earthy neutral tones and accents of colour Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
Prices range from $4m (€4m, £3m) to $15m (€14m, £12m) Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
The residences range from 2,500sq ft to 11,000sq ft (232sq m to 1,022sq m) Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
They have been designed to provide a fluidity between the indoor and outdoor spaces Credit: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon
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Vancouver-based development company Replay Resorts has acquired 108 acres of oceanfront land from the Government of Antigua on the site of the former Half Moon Bay Resort.


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Studio Piet Boon designs revealed for Rosewood Residences at Half Moon Bay Antigua
BY Stu Robarts

Each residence has its own outdoor area

Each residence has its own outdoor area
photo: Rosewood / Studio Piet Boon

Rosewood have provided the first look at their residences at the Half Moon Bay resort in Antigua, designed by Studio Piet Boon.

The studio was announced as the designer for the Half Moon Bay hotel and residential community last October, along with Florida-based firm OBMI.

The Rosewood Residences at Half Moon Bay range from 2,500sq ft to 11,000sq ft (232sq m to 1,022sq m), two to five bedrooms and $4m (€4m, £3m) to $15m (€14m, £12m).

Each one has its own outdoor area and they have been designed to provide a fluidity between the indoor and outdoor spaces.

Studio Piet Boon have sought to ensure that the residences will complement the setting, including natural materials, earthy neutral tones and accents of colour referencing the lush surroundings.

Studio founder Piet Boon said: "When designing Half Moon Bay Antigua, we were compelled to create an experience that connected with the location. Each Rosewood Residence blends modestly into the topography connecting the exterior with the interior as they move down the hillside to the bay."

Half Moon Bay Antigua is due to launch in 2022.



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