Bamboo Eco Resort & Spa
Conceptual Design Plan
by Eric Lloyd Wright & Associates
The Conceptual Design Plan for Bamboo Eco Resort & Spa, designed by Eric Lloyd Wright & Associates, embraces the natural features of the 542 acre proposed site and establishes a sense of place that provides exclusive privacy, as well as a sense of community. A harmonious integration with the natural landscape is established through an organic design philosophy that considers thoughtful placement of accommodations, resort buildings, and infrastructure components.
Featuring a Bamboo Hotel with 60 Suites, 95 Private Eco Villas, 40 Spacious Eco Condominiums, 25 Treetop Bamboo Bungalows, a modern Wellness Spa Facility,
and One Love Music Village.
Bamboo aims to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum Certification, implementing ecological design and green building practices in every aspect of development, including:
• Bamboo Construction
• Handcrafted Fieldstone Foundation
• SCIP (Structural Concrete Insulated Panels)
• Living Green Roof
• Geothermal Air Conditioning
• Passive Cooling Design
• Rooftop Rainwater Collection
• Rooftop Solar Power Generation
• Ecological Wastewater System
• Solar and Instantaneous Water Heaters
• Reverse Osmosis Water Purification
Amenities and Services
At the heart of the resort are the restaurants where guests and residents will come together for an authentic dining experience based on local flavors, healthy gourmet cuisine, and organic foods. A live music performance venue and Tuff Gong recording studio will bring the spirit of Jamaica directly into the resort. Reggae sounds from some of the island’s top musicians will fill the air; their presence as guests at Bamboo, while playing and recording music on-site, will provide an unprecedented level of authenticity.
Other highlights include an Spa and Wellness Center, yoga pavilion, beach facilities, organic agriculture, educational facilities, and an activities center. Only of portion of the site will be developed, protecting both the land and sea as a nature preserve.