Skylark Negril Beach Resort

Rooms 28   Architecture Jearn-Henri Morin,  Atelier One & Sydney   Interior Design Serge Becker and Matt Goias
The Original Paul Salmon

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Rooms
28
Architecture
Jearn-Henri Morin,  Atelier One & Sydney
Interior
Design Serge Becker and Matt Goias
The Original Paul Salmon

Here, one discovers ocean views from almost every studio and a turquoise hue throughout the two-acre slice of paradise. Exteriors feature creative repurposing of common Jamaican materials, colors, themes, and building supplies.



Architecture

Jearn-Henri Morin, Atelier One & Sydney

Charged with reimagining the Jamaican version of a hip throwback, the architects of Skylark Negril envisioned a Havana bohemian beach resort and then brought it to life.

Architecture
Jearn-Henri Morin, Atelier One & Sydney

Charged with reimagining the Jamaican version of a hip throwback, the architects of Skylark Negril envisioned a Havana bohemian beach resort and then brought it to life.

Here, one discovers ocean views from almost every studio and a turquoise hue throughout the two-acre slice of paradise. Exteriors feature creative repurposing of common Jamaican materials, colors, themes, and building supplies.



The Jamaican color palette features rosy pastels inspired by the soft skies overhead, bold reds taken from the ackee—the country’s national fruit—and several shades of sea blue.

Interior Design

Serge Becker, Matt Goias

The designers have taken the visual vocabulary of Jamaica and the country’s vast musical culture and married it with retro simplicity spiced with world-travel inspired flavor. Subtle pops of color brighten beach chairs, striped rugs, floor tiles, lighting fixtures, and the guestroom front doors.

Interior Design
Serge Becker, Matt Goias

The designers have taken the visual vocabulary of Jamaica and the country’s vast musical culture and married it with retro simplicity spiced with world-travel inspired flavor. Subtle pops of color brighten beach chairs, striped rugs, floor tiles, lighting fixtures, and the guestroom front doors.

The Jamaican color palette features rosy pastels inspired by the soft skies overhead, bold reds taken from the ackee—the country’s national fruit—and several shades of sea blue.

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