Laluna

Rooms 16   Architecture Carmelina Santoro, Gabriella Giuntoli   Interior Design Carmelina Santoro, Gabriella Giuntoli
The Original Bernardo Bertucci

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Rooms
16
Architecture
Carmelina Santoro, Gabriella Giuntoli
Interior
Design Carmelina Santoro, Gabriella Giuntoli
The Original Bernardo Bertucci

An artful fusion of Asian elements, like Vietnamese thatch and Indonesian teak wood furniture, is paired with West Indian details, including carved coconut shells and paintings by the world-renowned 80-year old Grenadian artist Canute Calliste.

Architecture

Asian Elements and West Indian Details

Designer Gabriella Giuntoli, who built villas for Giorgio Armani and Sting, has teamed up with Carmelina Santoro to create a masterpiece on over 30 acres of untouched land in the West Indies. For the 16 west-facing cottages, Giuntoli and Santoro have opted for a contrast of walls painted in bold primary colors and warm natural tones to create an intimate, luxurious Caribbean setting.

Architecture
Asian Elements and West Indian Details

Designer Gabriella Giuntoli, who built villas for Giorgio Armani and Sting, has teamed up with Carmelina Santoro to create a masterpiece on over 30 acres of untouched land in the West Indies. For the 16 west-facing cottages, Giuntoli and Santoro have opted for a contrast of walls painted in bold primary colors and warm natural tones to create an intimate, luxurious Caribbean setting.

An artful fusion of Asian elements, like Vietnamese thatch and Indonesian teak wood furniture, is paired with West Indian details, including carved coconut shells and paintings by the world-renowned 80-year old Grenadian artist Canute Calliste.

Seating areas are painted in spicy colors of cinnamon, sienna and yellow, which frame the natural blues and greens of the surrounding landscape. As the sun sets, you can relax on plush silk-covered daybeds on the deck and see the silver moon rising in the cobalt sky, which is how Laluna got its name.

Interior Design

Concrete Chic

Teak furnishings on polished concrete floors, simple baseline lamps, and generous, handcrafted Balinese four-poster beds swathed in white fabric and piled with soft pillows create a clean-cut yet utterly relaxed setting at Laluna. 

Interior Design
Concrete Chic

Teak furnishings on polished concrete floors, simple baseline lamps, and generous, handcrafted Balinese four-poster beds swathed in white fabric and piled with soft pillows create a clean-cut yet utterly relaxed setting at Laluna. 

Seating areas are painted in spicy colors of cinnamon, sienna and yellow, which frame the natural blues and greens of the surrounding landscape. As the sun sets, you can relax on plush silk-covered daybeds on the deck and see the silver moon rising in the cobalt sky, which is how Laluna got its name.

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