Founded in 1996 by Kobi Karp, Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design, Inc. (KKAID) is a full-service architecture, interior, and planning firm providing a vast array of services ranging from the design of large-scale, high-rise condominium and hospitality projects to intimate to small-scale low-rise residential and commercial structures. Recognized by the American Institute of Architects, KKAID continues to innovate and inspire design.
Category: Mixed Use
Carriacou’s location makes it the most accessible free port in the Caribbean Basin. Acting as the gateway to South America, it creates a network of services, business opportunities, and amenities. The site plan arrangement integrates the highest sustainable concepts and methods while maintaining sensitivity to the surrounding ecosystem. The duty free retail zone interweaves the buildings into the landscape by integrating the natural topography and organic building forms into a singular vision. The warehouse district includes new port facilities and supporting buildings for the storage, production, and sale of goods. This unique concept simultaneously promotes a pedestrian friendly environment and economic stimulation. Carriacou Free Zone Master Plan is designed to achieve a sustainable balance between development and the environment, establishing an integrated and coherent planning framework for rational spatial development, sound environmental management, and promoting multifaceted diverse economic opportunities for domestic and international businesses.