Ocean Club Residence

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  • The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beachfront property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a villa, guest house and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the classical style. The primary building material is coralina stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.

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  • Entrance

    The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beach front property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a Villa and Guest House and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the Classical style. The primary building material is Coralina Stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Courtyard

    The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beach front property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a Villa and Guest House and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the Classical style. The primary building material is Coralina Stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Garden Wall

    The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beach front property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a Villa and Guest House and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the Classical style. The primary building material is Coralina Stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Guest Villa Entry

    The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beach front property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a Villa and Guest House and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the Classical style. The primary building material is Coralina Stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • As Seen From Beach

    The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beach front property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a Villa and Guest House and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the Classical style. The primary building material is Coralina Stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Beach Elevation Watercolor

    The Ocean Club Residence is a family vacation compound designed on a beach front property on Paradise Island, The Bahamas. The project consists of a Villa and Guest House and two auxiliary service buildings, all designed in the Classical style. The primary building material is Coralina Stone, quarried and cut in the Dominican Republic. This project was designed in collaboration with Ernesto Buch, Architect.Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales