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The Bastions

— Minimalizing environmental impact and maximizing durability

The Bastion buildings are the final stage in the development at the cruise terminal on the port of Sint Maarten. The buildings are designed with the focus on minimalizing the environmental impact and maximizing the durability of the structure, in order to deliver a structure that can serve several generations. The style and atmosphere refers to historical warehouses crossing with elements from the various Forts we find close to ports around the Caribbean. The ‘’backyard’’ of the buildings is a connecting element in the ‘’Green Ribbon’’, connecting flora and fauna, land and water, along the shores of Great Bay.

ClientOcean Drive
TypeStores
LocationCruise Terminal, Port St. Maarten
StatusConstruction
Date2015 / 01
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, seen from pier 1
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, seen from pier 1
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, nature stone arches and bright red banners, architecture on SXM
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, two level high arches decorated with ginger bread
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, gingerbread
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, nature stone, architecture
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, gingerbread, arches, architecture on SXM
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, gingerbread, architecture
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, gingerbread, architecture
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, nature stone arches and bright red banners
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, interior north
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, nature stone arches and bright red banners
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, interior south
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, interior south
The Bastions on the port of Sint Maarten, nature stone arches and bright red banners, architecture on SXM

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