DNA Barcelona Architects has designed this sustainable hotel- “Tree Life Boutique Hotel, Aldea Zamá, Tulum, Mexico” for Giada Real Estate. Inspired from the Nature patterns- wooden facade and lots of greenery inside, this beautiful structure consists of 5 floors and 18 rooms. The other significant features of the hotel include a spacious terrace with an amazing area to rest there, sun beds and a swimming pool. See what’s more in this eye-catching building:
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A Perfect Blend of Nature and Architecture
Spread over an area of 1.652 m2, the solid triangular building contains big panoramic windows all along the complex that offer beautiful views of the surroundings. The entire edifice is covered by a uniquely developed tree structure which provides wonderful play of shadows along with giving a feeling of safety to its guests.
The Barcelona-based firm focuses on sustainability respecting ecosystem and biodiversity in the overall design of this structure. They give emphasis on using natural materials.
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Trees and bushes adorn the first floor of the hotel and all the interior walls are covered by vertical vegetation which reminds a greenhouse.
The hotel includes a spacious terrace with an amazing area to rest there, sun beds and a swimming pool.
DNA achieves a perfect blend between Nature & Architecture and designs a place which helps its guests to get a balance between mind-body-soul.
The location and the hotel allow a true escape to the visitor from everyday life and provide maximum disconnection.
Info Courtesy: www.dna-barcelona.com
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