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Studio Piet Boon and OBMI to head up design for Rosewood retreat in Antigua
POSTED 30 Oct 2018 . BY Andrew Manns
Dutch architects Studio Piet Boon and Florida-based firm OBMI have been selected to design the Half Moon Moon Bay, a Rosewood hotel and residential community on the Caribbean island of Antigua.

Set to occupy 132 acres of uninhabited land, the new beachfront getaway will feature 47 suites and several Rosewood-branded villas, as well as 10 purchasable luxury estate lots – all of which will be anchored around a 'retail village'.

Further amenities will include tennis courts, pools, spas, and a biodynamic farm.

Speaking on the project, Piet Boon, founder of the same-named studio called it a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create something enduring".

Bill Green, managing director of Replay Resorts – which is developing the property – said the landscape experience at Half Moon would emulate nature by revolving around the "stewardship of the land".

The new destination – set to debut in 2012 – is one of 17 Rosewood properties currently under development.

Piet Boon said the Antiguan landscape "truly embodies all that is beautiful in the West Indies". Credit: Courtesy of Replay Destinations
In a statement, OBMI said their approach would let "nature govern the architecture". Credit: Courtesy of Replay Destinations
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Half Moon Bay
Vancouver-based development company Replay Resorts has acquired 108 acres of oceanfront land from the Government of Antigua on the site of the former Half Moon Bay Resort.


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Vancouver-based development company Replay Resorts has acquired 108 acres of oceanfront land from the Government of Antigua on the site of the former Half Moon Bay Resort.
 


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Studio Piet Boon and OBMI to head up design for Rosewood retreat in Antigua
BY Andrew Manns

Half Moon Bay will occupy land once frequented by celebrities like Audrey Hepburn and Elton John.

Half Moon Bay will occupy land once frequented by celebrities like Audrey Hepburn and Elton John.
photo: Courtesy of Replay Destinations

Dutch architects Studio Piet Boon and Florida-based firm OBMI have been selected to design the Half Moon Moon Bay, a Rosewood hotel and residential community on the Caribbean island of Antigua.

Set to occupy 132 acres of uninhabited land, the new beachfront getaway will feature 47 suites and several Rosewood-branded villas, as well as 10 purchasable luxury estate lots – all of which will be anchored around a 'retail village'.

Further amenities will include tennis courts, pools, spas, and a biodynamic farm.

Speaking on the project, Piet Boon, founder of the same-named studio called it a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create something enduring".

Bill Green, managing director of Replay Resorts – which is developing the property – said the landscape experience at Half Moon would emulate nature by revolving around the "stewardship of the land".

The new destination – set to debut in 2012 – is one of 17 Rosewood properties currently under development.




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