Amaka in Tulum

Amaka is a Condo Hotel project located in the city of Tulum, Quintana Roo. A city surrounded by nature, beautiful beaches, and a rich archaeological history of the Mayan Culture. With a construction area of 1,722.44 m2, Amaka is a project comprised of 18 private condominiums in a building surrounded by open areas that provide natural lighting and ventilation to the building, thus reducing the use of electrical elements.

The design process begins by respecting the largest amount of existing vegetation, which also serves as a frontal barrier of vegetation as the project’s first view. This entails a commitment to reducing the impact on the area and preserving its natural areas.

All condominiums feature a private outdoor area that offers a view of the tropical jungle surrounding the project and the preserved vegetation in the common areas.

The importance of using local materials provides optimal results such as resistance to the environment, low maintenance, and uniform aesthetics that blend with the surroundings of the site. This architecture ensures that with the support of local materials, the project seamlessly integrates with the context of the area and its natural resources.