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Digital | January 2019
5 Reasons to plan a villa vacation, by Elaine Glusac
For those times when you’re celebrating a milestone, seeking solitude, or just want to kick up your heels and make some noise – a villa rental is the perfect fit. For family time, dedicated service, decadent seclusion, and so much more, book a (better than) home away from home.
“Just living like a local in a house or villa gives you a deeper understanding and experience of the place.”
Digital | January 2019
Guide to Punta Mita, Casa Koko -The villa, by Susannah Rigg
This beautiful, nine-bedroom, private beachfront villa is the perfect option for those looking for a bespoke home away from home. Designed with barefoot vacations in mind, architects Juan Collignon and Manolo Mestre, and interior designer Karen Collignon, utilized materials like slate, stone, softwoods and sand to ensure a luxurious feel underfoot.
Print | August 2018
Rapsodia marina (in Spanish), by Katia Contreras
En una de las penínsulas más idílicas del mundo, Punta Mita, se erige Casa Koko, un magistral poema arquitectónico de playa de Juan Collignon, quien concibió, de la mano de su socio Manuel Mestre y de la diseñadora de interiores Karen Collignon, una vivienda frente a las Islas Marietas, manifiesto del nuevo hippie chic de lujo.
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Digital | December 2017
The amazing architectural & design details of Punta Mita’s Casa Koko, by Adam Lague
The Collignons are a fearless father-daughter combination responsible for designing many of the most important homes in Punta Mita, Mexico. The patriarch is Juan Collignon, a renowned Mexican architect who leads a team of 15. The protégée is Karen Collignon, an accomplished interior designer who learned under her father and now leads her own design firm.
Digital | September 2017
CASA KOKO: Punta Mita's Exclusive Mexican Villa, by Suzanne Koch
If you’re looking to vacation in exclusive style, Punta Mita’s Casa KoKo villa is brimming with a bohemian, yet upscale ambiance in one of Mexico’s most privileged locations. Designed by architect Juan Collignon and interior designer Karen Collignon, the home exudes zen vibes with decor inspired by Japanese aesthetic philosophy.