Like the traditional cunucu houses on the island, the villas are designed to benefit from the wind. This ensures that it is cooled in a natural way. Shutters temper the wind, which allows for the ultimate enjoyment of the outdoor life.
Although they were designed individually at the whim of a Dutch master craftsman the sophisticated villas at Piet Boon Bonaire share many of the same elegant design traits. Slender pillars flank the wide entranceways, and clean stone lines run parallel to the shoreline, partially separating bedrooms and kitchens from the sundrenched terraces outside. Natural materials and subdued shades also help to ensure a sense of continuity between the villas, the private gardens and their thatched gazebos, which have unforgettable views over the sparkling Caribbean Sea.