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Costa Rica Developments: Architecture

Architectural Projects – Built Environment in Central America : Building Links

Costa Rican Building Developments

Central American Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Costa Rican Architecture Designs – chronological list

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler

Casa Akoya in Puntarenas

Casa Altamira

Casa Flotanta in Puntarenas

Casa Kike

Costa Rican vacation retreat

Containers of Hope San Jose

Costa Rica Treehouse

Iseami House Costa Rica

Joya Villas in Santa Teresa

Mint Resort in Santa Theresa

Nalu Resort in Costa Rica

Ocean Eye in Puntarenas

Oxígeno Shopping Mall in Heredia

Smith Residence in Limon

The Gilded Iguana Hotel in Nosara

Villa Areopagus Atenas

Location: Costa Rica, Central America

Caribbean Architecture

Costa Rica Architecture

American Architecture

John Gray High School on the Cayman Islands, Caribbean

New House on the Osa Peninsula designed by Obra Architects:
Casa Osa - Costa Rica developments
image from architecture studio

Costa Rica was the point where the Mesoamerican and South American native cultures met. The northwest of the country, the Nicoya peninsula, was the southernmost point of Nahuatl cultural influence when the Spanish conquerors (conquistadores) came in the 16th century. The central and southern portions of the country had Chibcha influences. The Atlantic coast, meanwhile, was populated with African workers during the 17th and 18th centuries.
source: wikipedia

Bahamas Projects

Barbados Property

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The Gilded Iguana Hotel building in Nosara, designed by local architects Studio Saxe:
The Gilded Iguana Hotel Building in Nosara Costa Rica
photograph : Andrés García Lachner

Costa Rica was the point where the Mesoamerican and South American native cultures met. The northwest of the country, the Nicoya peninsula, was the southernmost point of Nahuatl cultural influence when the Spanish conquerors (conquistadores) came in the 16th century. The central and southern portions of the country had Chibcha influences. The Atlantic coast, meanwhile, was populated with African workers during the 17th and 18th centuries.

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