A new sustainable project arrives at Tulum. In the hands of the DNA Architects in collaboration with Zama Desarrollos. This ambitious project proposes to recreate the feeling of protection and security of being in a nest where its inhabitants and guests can reconnect with nature in all its senses.
COCOON HOTEL & RESORT will be built in Selva Zama. It will consist of 3 residential developments and two hotel buildings with 167 rooms and 16 private villas with 59,402 square meters.
The complex offers luxurious community spaces integrated into nature, such as imposing gardens, magical spaces for outdoor living: villas, multipurpose pavilion, indoor community spaces, leisure areas, a restaurant, and a panoramic nest with impressive views.
This project aims to achieve a connection between mind, body, and soul, offering its guests and inhabitants a space to escape from everyday life.
The Architects firm emphasizes the concept of sustainability respecting the ecosystem and biodiversity, contributing to the use of natural materials that minimize the impact of construction and generation of waste.
Beyond materials, the water harvesting system will capture rain for use in wastewater treatment. At the same time, the resort will have solar panels to achieve sustainable electricity.
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