When architects Gilles & Boussier designed the Carl Gustav Hotel in St Barth, they imagined a traditional Caribbean house. It had to be a tribute to the history of the island and exude the feeling that it had always been there. A mission they successfully completed.
Warm wood tones such as smoked oak, sandblasted spruce or light cedar are combined with exuberantly exotic fabrics to create a sense of relaxed elegance. Large windows, doors and open spaces highlight the seamless transition between the hotel's 21 rooms and suites and outdoor living.
Architects: Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier
Photographer: Fabrice Rambert
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