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2019 WIN Awards: Silversands Grenada - AW² Architecture Workshop

Copy taken from entry 2019
28 Jun 2019

Silversands Grenada - AW² Architecture Workshop is an entry in the Hotels, bed-and-breakfast facilities and other overnight accommodation category at the 2019 World Interiors News Awards.

With architecture and interiors by AW², Silversands Grenada offers a striking and minimalist design that brings the surrounding landscape into focus. Completed in November 2018, the resort’s aesthetic blends authenticity, nature, luxury, and modernity in a stunning display of clean lines against the undulating sands of Grand Anse beach and its attendant wild beauty. The resort’s architecture, in all its simple forms and materials, defines the identity of the resort.

Spanning 10,000m², Silversands Grenada is anchored by a 100 metre-long infinity pool – the longest in the Caribbean. A newly-minted member of Leading Hotels of the World, the resort includes 44 hotel rooms and suites, nine residential villas, a full-service spa, fitness centre, two restaurants, a rum & cigar lounge and a beach club.

AW² responded to the client’s brief by designing a layout that is primarily organized to showcase the stunning sea views, while ensuring the utmost degree of privacy. The exterior spaces echo the architecture’s modern lines through gardens, courtyards and water features. Terraces, day bed areas and pools are all designed to blend seamlessly with the architecture itself. The resulting setting lulls guests down to the rhythm of the island in a sea of bright whites, natural teak and neutral tones. The view lines and spaces are all arranged to make the location and surroundings the star, while offering the best possible discovery of the Caribbean’s last secret hideaway.

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