GOa - architecture was formed in 2014 with the goal to provide Bonaire imaginative and functional architectural solutions. Although we are still a young firm, we have build up tons of experience through our networks, partners and guidence of our head architect, mr. Gino Obersi. We have worked on a large variety of projects ranging from hotels, office buildings, interior designs, commercial and residentials etc. Through these experiences the firm has developed a sophisticated and thorough approach to design, technical development and document production.
Collaboration is a guiding force at GOa, as we believe that the best result stem from an ongoing dialogue with all stakeholders. With our clients, as our partners, we approach each project as a unique challenge. Our integrated practice brings together experts in architecture, interiors, engineering, urban planning and construction to create functional and innovative solutions.
Our goal is to produce detailed , designed oriented work on a variety of projects and to provide added value for our clients and collaborative partners by remaining focused on the architectural vision that makes GOa Architecture’s projectts both distinctive and successful.
Mr. Gino Obersi comes from a family background that has always been in construction and architecture. In 2011 he finished his architectural studies in both Curacao and Holland, than to return to Bonaire to join the growth of the island. Gino established GOa architecture in 2014. Since that time he has lead the firm through the development and completion of numerous projects. His more than eight years of experience on a variety of projects is an added value for the firm.
Gino Obersi has the unique ability to work within the complex group of participants required to develop a project in today’s construction environment and lead these diverse groups toward the common goal of successfull completed project. His design sensibilties are rooted in Modernism and functional, but are always tempered by unique project parameters and client needs.