Amazing Caribbean Homes

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Home on the Rocks

On the remote island of Bequia, in a community hand-sculpted out of stones and shells, John and Lusan Corbett live deeply connected to the sun, wind, and sea.

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Moonhole began in the 1960s, long before green architecture became vogue. American photographer and conservationist Tom Johnston and his wife, Gladys, bought the 25-acre property with plans of building a few modest, low-impact dwellings.
Photographer Bruce Hemming, Stylist Elizabeth Raines Beeler, 

Environmentally Conscious

The closest road ends at the beach a few hundred feet below the house. Footpaths shaded by the dense tropical forest canopy connect the Moonhole houses to one another and the road below. Moonhole began in the 1960s, long before green architecture became vogue. American photographer and conservationist Tom Johnston and his wife, Gladys, bought the 25-acre property with plans of building a few modest, low-impact dwellings.

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