Posted by: The Zinc Roofer | February 3, 2009

Villa Paya-Paya by Aboday architects

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The two-storey building is arranged around courtyards and surrounded by water of varying depth, which creates a shallow pond at the entrance, jacuzzi and large swimming pool.

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The building itself consists of a concrete, box-shaped facade with a separate master bedroom, made using traditional wooden construction and a coconut leaf roof.

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The site was formerly a papaya plantation and pig farm, situated in a residential area of the island.

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  1. Hi, cool site, good writing 😉


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