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Cottage 13 @ Round Hill Hotel & Villas

Sunday, September 24, 2017

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Jamaican-born architect Gordon Gill and founding partner of the award-winning Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is one of the world's most respected performance-based architects. His work, which ranges from the world's largest buildings to sustainable communities, is driven by his philosophy that there is a purposeful relationship between formal design and performance, and that there is a language of performance, which is the basis of his practice: Form Follows Performance.

SO gained exclusive access to his Round Hill pied-a-terre

With its chic and modern design complemented by spacious suites featuring French windows and doors which open to the most magnificent view of the Round Hill Bay, this luxury villa features four bedrooms — two dual masters in the main house, both with king beds, connecting doors, their own open-air living spaces and en-suite bathrooms, complete with private outdoor shower. The magnificent top-level suite provides enviable panoramic views and a private plunge pool overlooking the ocean, while the downstairs suite boasts two twin beds, a well-appointed bathroom and private patio. Vibrant Caribbean artwork adds subtle touches of island flair and with its idyllic location, perched on the brow of the hill and framed by lush vegetation, this luxury villa is perfect for that long-anticipated getaway.

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