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Welcome to our newest series of posts: Vivo en Casa! Here we bring you beautiful photos of real homes in Casa, revealing the architects and interior designers behind the beauty and a sneak peek into the lives of real people in Casa.
A new style of living has arrived in Casa de Campo! With classic architecture by famed architect Francisco Feaugas and sweeping views of the Dye Fore golf course, Los Altos presents a fabulous new style of living in Casa de Campo. Owners Bob Thye and Leandro Cruz recently opened their home for Casa de Campo Living to take a peak at their “loft” style apartment.
Having purchased pre-construction, they were able to work with the developer to extend the master bedroom through the loft area to create room for an additional living area within the master bedroom. The apartment as a whole is 3 bedroom, 3 bath and 250 square meters. The Santo Domingo based interior design firm Rodriquez-Rodio designed the interior to fit the owners taste of modern Italian with a Caribbean flair.
The highlight of the apartment are the 5 patios – the main patio overlooking the golf course serving as a primary social area.Inside, some of the modern Italian touches include signature designer lighting by Flos, classic tulip dining room chairs by Sarinen for Knoll, and cowhide bauhaus chairs by Wasily for Knoll. Then classic Caribbean is mixed in with paintings by Dominican artists Jose Pelletier, Iris Perez, and Marcel Guerrero.
“We particularly enjoy the breezes up here in Los Altos and also having everything brand new – modern gym, high speed wireless internet, and infinity pools, but most of all because it’s a condo, when we leave we can shut the door and not worry about it,” say Bob and Leandro, who split their time between Miami and Casa de Campo.
Casa de Campo Living would like to say a BIG thank you to Bob and Leandro for allowing us access to their stunning abode! If you would like YOUR casa to be featured on Casa de Campo Living, all you need to do is email us on [email protected]
Article and photos were contributed by Bob Thye himself! Thank you very much Bob!