Club Villas

  • Designed in a vernacular Bahamian style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings, providing protection from the sun and rain with adjustable wood louvered shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm of Bahamian urban patterns. The manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street recall the street sections of Old Nassau and Harbour Island.

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  • View From Club
    Photo: Isaac Alongi

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Detail

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Porch
    Photo: Isaac Alongi

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Kitchen
    Photo: Isaac Alongi

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Second Floor Porch
    Photo: Isaac Alongi

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Bedroom
    Photo: Isaac Alongi

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Bathroom
    Photo: Isaac Alongi

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Floor Plans

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Eave Detail

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Stair Hall Detail

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Preliminary Sketch

    Designed in the Bahamian Vernacular style, the Club Villas have large porches that wrap around two sides of the buildings and are protected from the sun and rain with adjustable louver shutters. The two houses were part of a larger arrangement of cottages that pursued the cherished charm Bahamian urban patterns in the manner in which the buildings were placed on each individual parcel and the relationship of the houses to the street. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales