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Dominican Republic Architecture Information

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post updated 29 March 2024

Dominican Republic Architecture Designs – chronological list

Hispaniola Building Developments

Greater Antilles Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Casa Punta Arena Dominican Republic>

Cumayasa Development

OFF GRID FARM competition by Samana Group

Location: Dominican Republic, the Caribbean

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15 September 2023
Casa Punta Arena, Sabana Buey
Architects: Eracra Arquitectos Studio
Casa Punta Arena
photo : Misael Ramírez
In the Dominican Republic, in the Sabana Buey area and with panoramic views of Las Calderas Bay, stands this imposing villa, Casa Punta Arena, which the Eracra Arquitectos studio has managed to integrate as much as possible into the environment.

Cumayasa Residential Complex, Dominican Republic
Design: A-cero Architects, Spain
Cumayasa Residential Complex Dominican Republic design by A-cero Architects
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This Dominican Republic real estate project consists in more than 3,000 luxury villas, 3 hotels, 4 golf courses and a marina, providing a place to enjoy a variety of water sports, tennis and ecotourism, in addition to its unparalleled greens for golf lovers.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic (Spanish: República Dominicana) is a sovereign state on the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. The western three-eighths of the island is occupied by the nation of Haiti, making Hispaniola one of two Caribbean islands, along with Saint Martin, that are shared by two countries.

The architecture in the Dominican Republic represents a complex blend of diverse cultures. The deep influence of the European colonists is the most evident throughout the country.

Characterized by ornate designs and baroque structures, the style can best be seen in the capital city of Santo Domingo. This conurbation is home to the first cathedral, castle, monastery, and fortress in all of the Americas, located in the city’s Colonial Zone, an area declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The designs carry over into the villas and buildings throughout the country. It can also be observed on buildings that contain stucco exteriors, arched doors and windows, and red tiled roofs.
source: wikipedia

Cuban Buildings

American Architecture

13 Aug 2009
Mero Beach Resort, Dominica, Greater Antilles
Design: BURO II
Mero Beach Resort Dominica
image courtesy of architects practice
Mero Beach Resort
The development of an exclusive residential resort of 22.000m² is situated along Mero Beach on the west coast of the Commonwealth of Dominica. Mero Beach is one of the most important beaches on the island and has specific and relevant social and ecological values.

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