Bruma is a four-unit housing complex within the jungle of Tulum. Each of the units has its own outdoor space, where the main concept is to create a sanctuary of comfort and disconnection, with spaces that provide privacy and contact with nature.
Located in the central lot of Zac Chandon-République Gennevilliers, the 91-unit mixed-housing project faces the park. The orthogonal plan adopts a relatively simple and sober organization that gives a particular identity to the place, dividing the project into six volumes of different heights, linked together by glass walkways.
A Ciel Ouvert
Christophe Rousselle Architecte
Gennevilliers, Paris, France