By Vladimir Belogolovsky
It is rare to come across places where architecture, particularly contemporary buildings, complements a beautiful natural setting in a decidedly positive way. Most locations are appreciated either because of the landscape, or the architecture, not both. Buildings designed by world-class masters tend to be built in stark contrast to the landscape they are surrounded by, and if we were asked to take a perfect shot of a gorgeous view anywhere, we would most likely make sure that nothing manmade gets in the way.
These two contrasting worlds are successfully brought into harmony at Bahías — Antoine Predock's latest masterwork at Costa Rica's famed Peninsula Papagayo. Read the Interview