This five-star hotel has 71 keys and 30 residential villas. The resort concept is an authentic Seychellois experience that is integrated in nature. It has a low-density feel and minimum visual impact on the landscape. Two-storey buildings sit in dense vegetation below canopy level and have freeform layouts, working around natural features such as boulders and trees. They reference vernacular style and use materials including thatch, stone, hardwood and anti-reflective glass to blend into the natural environment. The local flora was left intact as much as possible, and planting was supplemented with indigenous species.

London architecture

Works Vacation ownership
Site Protected
Scope Masterplanning
Procurement Design and build
Contract value $130m