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VARUNA Hotel, Tulum, Mexico by Veliz Arquitecto, Porter Neuman Arquitectos & Pak’ te Tulum

Project name:
Hotel “VARUNA” Tulum México
Architecture firm:
Veliz Arquitecto, Porter Neuman Arquitectos, Pak’ te Tulu
Tulum, Mexico
Tools used:
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana
Design team:
Veliz Arquitecto, Porter Neuman Arquitectos, Pak’ te Tulum
Built area:
3000 m²
Site area:
Design year:
Completion year:
Veliz Arquitecto, Neuman Arquitecto
Concept - Design
Hospitality › Hotel

Veliz Arquitecto:  In Hindu mythology, Varuna is the god of water and rain, and his presence is essential to maintain the natural balance of the universe.  In this mixed-use residential and commercial project, located on a 6.5-hectare property facing the beach in Tulum, his wisdom is manifested through the harmonious fusion of nature and architecture. The dense and exuberant vegetation of the jungle integrates perfectly with the buildings and common areas of the complex, becoming the fundamental element that gives life to this project. The houses, of different types, are distributed organically, as if they were part of the landscape.

The large areas of The amenities, which include a gym, yoga room, spa, bar/lounge, business center, and conference room, are spaces where reflection, learning, and spiritual well-being are encouraged. The walkways and walkways that cross the dense vegetation connect with a large 3,000 m2 central pool and its island, which become a beach within the complex where you can enjoy the energy of the natural environment. The Varuna set is ideal for those seeking a more conscious and healthy lifestyle.  An environment where residents can find inner peace and connection with the universe, thanks to the mystical and magical influence of the Hindu god.

By Liliana Alvarez

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