Hotel Manapany on the Caribbean island
At one of the corners of the French overseas territory, a paradise was built on the ground: among the banana and orange trees a luxury hotel was built.
Francois Chamspor and Ann Jus recently updated the interiors of the Parisian Hôtel Vernet. Exhaled and engaged in a new project – eco-resort on the island of St. Barthélemy. This island is truly heavenly: the overseas French community, located in the Caribbean. Azure ocean, white sand, palm trees – in general, the situation is idyllic and inspiring for any projects.
The theme of environmental friendliness in such a place can not be more appropriate. The designer tried to emphasize the beauty of the surrounding nature and created not one large complex, but 43 small cottages standing at a distance from each other.
The houses are scattered along the beach and hills, palm trees grow around them, and they open either to the garden or to the ocean. The entire resort resembles an open-air village – it was so good to fit buildings into nature.
By the way, both the lobby, and the bar, and the restaurant are also suitable, the spa, where mostly products from Dr.Hauschka are used, is located generally directly on the beach, and the pool is “level with the horizon line”. And all this is surrounded by lemon, orange, banana, mango and other tropical exotic trees.
The design of the designer’s houses was inspired by sheds-yes, the most common sheds. The simplicity of the Creole houses is something that the inhabitants of megacities do not have, it is here, in the opinion of the owners of the resort, they will be able to rest and “recharge” for real. The furniture used for the furnishings was mostly designed by designer François Champsor, but there are also items made by masters of Latin America: for example, rugs were tied in Mexico, and straw lamps were brought from Brazil. On the walls in the cottages are hung the works of Marion Hanania – these are pictures of the island in which the artist sought to pay homage to life in all its manifestations.