• Prize
    Winner in Architectural Design - Residential
  • Company/Firm
    Void Studio
  • Lead Designer
    Joel Armando Martinez Valdez / Luisa Fernanda Rodriguez Uranga
  • Architect
    void studio
  • Interior Designer
    Luisa Fernanda Rodriguez Uranga
  • Lighting Designer
  • Const. Company
  • Photographer Credit
  • Location
    Tulum, Mexico
  • Client
  • Project Date
    November 2021
  • Project Link

With a discreet facade, the architects devised a development that would open inwards,
that would make view of its own space, opening to its forms, its textures, colors, lights,
shadows, and vegetation.
There are two private pool units on the ground floor and two terrace units on the second
level; the four with two or three bedrooms, the four with a disposition that makes one go
to the exterior before getting inside the next room.
Along with achieving clear transitions between interior and exterior, another objective was
to achieve a type of independence and privacy that wouldn’t require walls entrenching the
residents or a development cut in four. For the architecture firm it was important not only
to link the inhabitant to the environment but also to encourage the interpersonal
connections. For this reason, the apartments are intertwined and let the presence of the others be perceived in places like the crossing passageways, bridges, and the matched angles.
With the idea of experimenting views and natural conditions as plainly as it could be, it was built with local materials: chukum stucco for the floors, walls and pools,