Solus Zamá

Tulum, Quintana Roo, México
Superficie construida
628.6 m2
Director de proyecto
Leonardo Neve
Equipo de diseño
Jesus Amezcua, Otli Campos, Jessica Alcántara, Max Pasquel, Rita Bustos, Itzhel Zambrano, Abraham García, Pavel López, Ana Montes

Solus Zamá is a project that combines two uses: residential and an art gallery. Located in Aldea Zamá, a luxury residential community, located in a central area that allows residents to enjoy beautiful bike rides to the Archaeological Site, the hotel zone, the beach, downtown Tulum and the cenotes. The community is designed to be ecological and sustainable, with a focus on disconnection and relaxation for its visitors.

Architectural program

The architectural program is made up of a gallery and a shared pool on the ground floor, six studios spread over the ground floor, and the next two levels, and two two-story penthouses on levels three and four. At the top there is a roof garden equipped with a pool, sun lounger, barbecue, terrace and a panoramic view.

The design intentions focused on achieving an introverted volume that would reinterpret the aesthetics of novohispanic buildings located in the region, in which the semicircular arch abounds and the solid predominates over the opening to provide freshness in its interiors. These buildings are generally set up around internal patios. In this case, the same strategy is also replicated; However, the interior patio is used as a relaxation pool, which will provide freshness and pleasant views to the complex.

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

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