Aldea Zama 26

Tulum, Quintana Roo, México
Superficie construida
388 m2
Director de proyecto
Leonardo Neve
Equipo de diseño
Jesus Amezcua, Alberto Lopez, Max Pasquel

Zama 26 is a project combining two uses: residential and an art gallery. It is located in Aldea Zama, a luxury residential community that is situated in a central area, allowing residents to enjoy beautiful bike rides towards the Archaeological Site, the hotel zone, the beach, downtown Tulum, and cenotes.

The community is designed to be eco-friendly and sustainable, with a focus on preserving the natural beauty of the area. The homes are designed to be modern and luxurious, with high-end finishes and amenities.

Architectural design

The design intentions were centered on accomplishing an introverted volume that reinterprets the aesthetics of the neo-Hispanic edifications located in the region, in which the semicircular arch is abundant, and there is a predominance of solid walls with little openings to generate fresh interiors. Such edifications are generally placed around internal patios. In this case, the same strategy is replicated, but instead of an inner patio, there is a swimming pool for relaxation that freshens and provides exciting views.

The design integrates a soft color palette that blends in with its context and contrasts with the vegetation, which is incorporated at different levels of the building, providing a touch of contemporary design but at the same time communicating with local aesthetic and historical values.

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