Park Hyatt Hadahaa
Klaus Lorke
Park Hyatt Hadahaa
Sep 13, 2012
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Park Hyatt Hadahaa_01 Hadahaa_01 A string of villas were constructed in an arc extending over the water.

Photography Russ Kientsch
Park Hyatt Hadahaa_02 Hadahaa_02 Local craftsmen built a reception structure by adapting native ship building techniques to highlight a boat's ribbing.

Photography Klaus Lorke
Park Hyatt Hadahaa_03 Hadahaa_03 Villas are constructed on a concrete arc that is suspended five feet above the water by concrete columns to minimize disturbing the coral reef below.

Photography Klaus Lorke
Park Hyatt Hadahaa_04 Hadahaa_04 Guestrooms feature ceilings of local timber and area rugs woven from thin strips of bamboo. Orange accents brighten a palette of natural hues.

Photography Klaus Lorke
Park Hyatt Hadahaa_05 Hadahaa_05 An open-air restaurant-bar can be closed off with shutters in the case of a tropical storm.

Photography Klaus Lorke
Park Hyatt Hadahaa_06 Hadahaa_06 Pavilion-like public buildings feature flat roofs atop slender concrete columns that allow ocean breezes to circulate freely.

Photography Klaus Lorke
Park Hyatt Hadahaa_07 Hadahaa_07 A wooden walkway curves toward the 14 Park Water Villas that are built over the lagoon.

Photography Klaus Lorke