Clarridge Hall Villa, Montego Bay, Jamaica

Designed for snowbirds Bob Clarridge & Rudi Cammacho, this hillside villa sited in a gated community over 600 feet above Montego Bay’s Freeport harbour at Clarridge Hall is an abstract arrangement of axis as defined in its cut-stone shear walls. The central atrium garden was designed to host a sustainable flowing water-feature ecosystem and the sunken living area walks out onto an open pool deck that clings to the Jamaican hillside.


Tre Lago Residence, Goodwood, Ontario

This private residence in Goodwood Ontario sits on 25 acres of old growth Carolinian forest in the Oak Ridges Moraine. The architectural concrete “Great Wall” supports a scalloped pitched roof and is clad with dry stack ledge rock. The house boasts a state of the art mechanical system that delivers forced air and heated water to the various zones throughout the house including heated floors and indoor spa/pool.
The owner’s collection of glass art is displayed in a Mondrian arrangement of square niches in the Great wall and illuminated by flush mounted halogen lamps.


Walker Beach House, Grand Cayman (BDCL Architects)

This beach front private residence located in South Sound on Grand Cayman sits twelve feet above the high water mark and was designed to sustain hurricane forces. Roof level main bedroom suite boasts a private outdoor spa and slide away Nana Wall glass doors at second floor living level open onto a perfect ocean view sunset.


Travers Beach House, Grand Cayman (BDCL Architects)

This concept for a beach residence for a lawyer and his family in Cayman Kai includes private cottages for each of his three sons, a drive through boat house with rec-room and guest suite above and a large pool deck complete with fire pit facing the inner lagoon.

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Goulden Residence, Grand Cayman (BDCL Architects)

Sited on the ruins of a house destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in Pease Bay on Grand Cayman’s south shore, this private residence designed for a young couple and there family this house design utilizes natural prevailing winds to suck warm air out of the house through a controlled system of high glazed belvedere and louvred interior bedroom walls. The house was designed with open plan and main floor area that walks out on three sides to a wrap around sea view verandah. The house structure is anchored to the ironshore with a storm surge deflecting fresh water cistern (below verandah)