Camana Bay

From the masterplanning organization to the details of its components, the lighting design of the West Indian Club is woven into multilayered scales in both time and space.
In an effort to comply with codes relative to dark skies, glare will be minimized with controlled optics and spill light is captured within the forms of the structures.
Natural and preserve areas are protected from light pollution, and will be dark. General lighting within the site provides illumination for vehicular use as required, as well as pedestrian activities.
Features are accented in response to their use and textures.

Location Camana Bay, Grand Cayman
Date Completed 2006
Architect Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners
Landscape Architect Olin Partnership
Architect Sylvain Dubuisson
Client DRCL
Type Exterior + Landscapes Masterplans
Status Built

L'Observatoire Intl Team
Principal Hervé Descottes
Photo Credits Dart Realty Cayman Ltd, L'O