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Floatings Points in Lagos de Zempoala, Mexico Concept Design by GAS Architectures / Germán Sandoval

Project name:
Floatings Points
Architecture firm:
GAS Architectures
Lagos de Zempoala, Morelos, México
Tools used:
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshoper, Lumion, Adobe After Effects
Principal architect:
Germán Sandoval
Design team:
Kesia Devallentier, Germán Sandoval
GAS Architectures
Built area:
360 m²
Site area:
600 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Concept - Design
Hospitality › Hotel

Designed by Mexican architecture studio GAS Architectures, Floatings points is located in Lagos de Zempoala, Morelos, Mexico. The concept of this particular hotel is arrive to the capsule rooms through a 81 ft. height main core for above of the crowns trees, on the top are a “X” shape corridors to share the user to the differents spectacular views, the columns area footprints represents 6% of the total masterplan, avoiding the modification of the natural existent ground, this hotel concept is for people looking for ecouturistic activities and inusual experiences in their lives.

The facades are con- formed by wood structure and kevlar clading with some solar panels produc- ing hexagonal patterns shadows and the interior decorated with exotic woods. We looking for the ultra lightweight appearance on the project and on in each capsule for integrated it easily with the landscape like a floatings points on the skyline.


By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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