Located at the west end of an island named as grand Bahamas, the oceanfront Nandana is a composition that consists of five villa suites. The suites are located around the central hall. This creation is just designed by, de Reus Architects. The theme followed for this creation is the beach resorts of Asia. Natural materials are extensively used in construction of this resort.
Exteriors covered with limestone, roofs made up of copper, Burmese teak of yacht quality is the most widely used material as it is used in floors, ceiling and even on walls. There are many decks, each surrounding a villa, the infinity pool of 120 feet and the main hall, are also constructed from teak.
Most of the teak is from the demolished sailing vessels from Asian sites. The area named as dock area is made up of teak decking and there is a possibility to accommodate a yacht of 110 feet. Teak solutions are the company behind the extensive teak work here in Nandana.
The company sent 20 ship carpenters from Germany exclusively for this project. The team worked for around two years by residing at the site. 300 teak logs and sailing vessels were purchased by teak solution company to fulfill the task. The Teaks were transported to India to get milled and ultimately, the Teaks were shipped to the Bahamas.