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Hostel EM 3303 in Baños de Agua Santa, Ecuador by ORCA Design

Project name:
Hostel EM 3303
Architecture firm:
ORCA Design Ecuador
Baños de Agua Santa, Ecuador
Tools used:
Autodesk Revit, Unreal Engine, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Marcelo Ortega
Design team:
Marcelo Ortega, Christian Ortega
Built area:
1180 m²
Site area:
252 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Christian Ortega, Dolores Villacis
ORCA Design
Under Construction
Hospitality › Hotel

ORCA Design: The city of Baños, considered one of the capitals of nature tourism in Ecuador and Latin America, it is very important to understand the value of this when developing future projects in this wonderful environment. The concept is based on the generation of its own ecosystem, within the building. Take advantage of the characteristics of the site and use the limitations of the terrain as a strength, obtaining spaces that produce life, using strategies of light and semi- darkness, natural barriers, materiality in its purest form, among others. Satisfying the owner's and the city needs regarding the requirement of various tourism activities, without losing the natural essence for which Baños is considered. The building has a cafeteria and restaurant, a spa and massage room, a coffee terrace, various lodging rooms and an underground disco.

There is a current need to understand an architectural design project in the best possible way, that is why we are specialized in virtual reality architectural visualization, the cinematography of our projects and also photography, all complementing each other to generate a macro project in which the largest beneficiary is the client.

concrete building facade with green plants

vertical garden

living room with interior design

master bedroom interior

concrete staircase

indoor green plants

staircase steps

Hostel EM 3303 in Baños de Agua Santa, Ecuador by ORCA Design

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By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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