Costa Careyes, MX
Reminiscent of a galleon’s bow with the ocean beckoning every view, Casa Millas adorns a high cliff top amidst the rugged Pacific mountains of Careyes. In keeping with the architectural objective to create voluptuous, curvy spaces that reside in deep communion with the natural oceanfront setting, the interior design concept took inspiration from organic forms and textures, favoring the dance of light and shadow.
Handcrafted bespoke furniture echoes the curvature of the architecture, a home full of soft edges and fluid forms that mimic nature’s design. Even the infinity pools are layered like the petals of an exotic turquoise flower, where the home sits at the heart like nectar. A thatched roof palapa, hand-chiseled marble dust floors, solid wood columns, endemic landscaping and the merger of inside and out, camouflage Casa Millas within its abundant tropical surroundings.
Harmonizing with nature’s hues was a central theme throughout the interior and exterior design, opting for an ochre tonal palette and selected natural fabrics, adding only slight touches of vibrant color to ignite the flavor of the home: a sharp magenta bougainvillea, bright decorative cushions, turquoise tiled infinity pools and verdant green foliage. A serpentine water feature flows like a labyrinth towards the enchanting entrance, completing the sensory homage to nature.
Melding with Nature
This is a chameleonic abode infused with a tropical jungle spirit - a “barefooted house” inviting guests to savor a sense of freedom.