Bosco Tower

Tulum, Mexico
Built surface
1,105 m2
Project Director
Leonardo Neve
Design team
Jesus Amezcua, Otli Campos, Jessica Alcántara, Max Pasquel, Alberto Lopez, Rita Bustos, Itzhel Zambrano

Tulum is a very popular high-end traveller´s getaway, not only due to it´s beautiful surroundings and caribean beaches, but also it´s a hot spot for yoga retreats, dining experiences, boutique shopping, nightlife, and music festivals. It excerts a strong sence of place,  a special paradise-like charm that fascinates its visitors, and induces them into a total relaxation state, generating a particular “Tulum style" that has been replicated within Mexico and around the world.

Bosco Tower, is part of Eden Tulum complex, a project that integrates the elements  of the exuberant vegetation of the jungle, the turquoise water, the white sand, and the traditional elements of the Mexican culture, with a contemporary touch that re-interprets these elements and provides a glamourous, stress-free environment, in harmony with the environment.

The concept behind Bosco Tower

Bosco tower get's its name from the famous Dutch Paintor Hieronymus Bosch, who painted the "Garden of Earlthly Delights" between 1495, and 1505. A surrealist painting where figures are set in a landscape populated by exotic animals and unsusual semi-organic forms, teeming with nude figures engaged in innocent self absorbed joy. This painting was one of the main inspirations for the architectural team, that seeked to create atemporal beauty in a stress free environment that promots relaxation, maintaining the sensorial contact with vegetation and water, without losing the comfort of everyday life.

Architectural design

The tower integrates 10 luxury appartments, and 2 specialized retail spaces. Distributed in four terraced levels. The units are designed as lock-offs, a disposition that allows flexibility to subdivide the appartment if the owner whant´s to rent it in separate units. Each one also includes private pools and terraces to facilitate relaxation and privacy.

The architectural design recovers traditional elements from traditional Mexican architecture, especially the colonial portals found in several central squares of the communities located within the Yucatan Peninsula, adapting such typology into a more contemporary context that maximizes the conceptual experience for the user.

We believe that art expresses emotions and transforms the spaces that we inhabit, providing color, emotions, creativity, and new sensations into our everyday life. This is why the project integrates art not only as mere decoration but as an essential part of the development, integrating it with the landscape and the architecture, starting from the sculptural access that serves as a portal where the visitor begins a transition into a new dimension.


We integrated sustainable design elements to generate the least possible impact on the environment and encourage a positive social and economic impact. The main strategies implemented to follow a design and management approach that applies edge technology to promote a reduction in energy use and implements the use of local innovative materials such as blocks made of seaweed, the use, and treatment of water throw-out the life of the development.

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