Costa Rican studio Luz de Piedra Arquitectos has designed the Casa Atrevida, a luxurious, environmentally friendly house. This five bedroom, five bath, vacation home is situated on a woodsy private refuge on the shores of Preciosa Beach in Puerto Jimenez, the largest town on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. This is a recreational house, with it´s own carekeepers studio. It was made with Bambu(Guadua) as the structural element, designed to be seismic resistant. An atractive material that has a short growing cycle, thus reducing carbon footprint in a forested area. Casa Atrevida accommodates up to ten guest and can be booked all year round from $2,100 to $3,500 per week, depending on the season.