ICONIC DNA PROJECTS IN TULUM HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED BY REAL ESTATE!

ICONIC DNA PROJECTS IN TULUM HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED BY REAL ESTATE! 

TULUM, MEXICO

We would like to give a big thank to the “REAL ESTATE” Magazine for publishing our iconic project by DNA Barcelona Architects in Tulum, Mexico.

DNA is currently developing iconic projects in Tulum, Mexico. Inspired by the primordial sensation of the nest and the need of protection, DNA designs a space where people feel embraced, protected, giving a possibility to reconnect with the inner self or with the community. The concepts are born with the intention of offering the guests a space full of luxury and comfort, that provides a true escape from everyday life, with the main objective to disconnect the wide range of services orientated to personal relaxation and leisure which coexist.

From a conceptual point of view, in DNA we always aim towards the fusion between art and technology and in this case, we sought the fusion between nature and architecture, which generates the word, as we call it in DNA, “Archi-Nature”.


"LIFE TREE, Tulum" PUBLISHED BY SLEEPER!

"LIFE TREE, Tulum" PUBLISHED BY SLEEPER!

MEXICO

We would like to give a big thank to the “SLEEPER” Magazine for publishing our project “Life Tree by DNA Barcelona Architects”

The “Life Tree” in Tulum was born from the clients desire to generate a new experience. From a conceptual point of view, in DNA we always aim towards the fusion between art and technology and in this case, we sought the fusion between nature and architecture, which generates the word, as we call it in DNA, “Archi-Nature”. In this way, we take inspiration from the bird’s nests, and from them our design process in DNA begins.
This project was more about embracing nature and the jungle in Tulum, rather than the ocean, therefore an iconic project was generated from the desire to create a tree of life, with a center from which everything revolves around, and where ten nests structures appear. the experience is enhanced by wandering through the place through walkways, climbing from a walkway to the top of the trees and then you are in your own nest. In the end, today`s tourism has to be more oriented to nature and how to live those unique experiences, so that you return home nourished by exceptional experiences.


"LIFE TREE, TULUM" PUBLISHED BY ROBB REPORT, VIETNAM!

"LIFE TREE, TULUM" PUBLISHED BY ROBB REPORT, VIETNAM!

TULUM, MEXICO

We would like to thank the Vietnam Journal Robb Report for featuring our project “Life Tree, Tulum. Mexico” in their digital edition.

Life Tree, Tulum represents an architectural project of 10 apartments and 20 hotel lounges, developed for the Environment of great tourist and landscape value, in a location of natural character in the Yucatan region next to the Atlantic Ocean. Complex of 10 super villas, surrounded by vegetation and nature and provided with unique sensations throughout the complex, all of them with lock off on the upper floor. The Ground floor is developed for the location of many natural elements and community spaces for relaxation and enjoyment of the nature of the place and offers Natural pools, Gym Club, SPA, Restaurant and Lounge Bar. The arrangement of nest-houses in height, allows maximum visibility to the natural landscape, in a quiet and reserved context. “The life tree holistic community” bases its design on the communion between the natural environment that we have and a naturally inspired geometry. The set of volumes is arranged in a way that promotes the inclusion of the access spaces in the outdoor space as a whole, allowing the architecture to be understood as some thing that could coexist with nature.


ARYANOUR DJALALI AT THE EVENT OF PORCELANOSA

ARYANOUR DJALALI AT THE EVENT OF PORCELANOSA

BARCELONA

Aryanour Djalali was invited by PORCELANOSA for the inauguration of the new showroom in Avinguda Diagonal 409, Barcelona. Porcelanosa has shown its new space designed with the latest trends and the exhibition of the new collections. Congratulations!


"TREE LIFE, Tulum" PUBLISHED BY DESIGNBOOM!

"TREE LIFE, Tulum" PUBLISHED BY DESIGNBOOM!

MEXICO

We would like to give a big thank to the Magazine “DesignBoom” for publishing our project “Tree Life by DNA Barcelona Architects”

The “Tree Life” in Tulum was born from the clients desire to generate a new experience. From a conceptual point of view, in DNA we always aim towards the fusion between art and technology and in this case, we sought the fusion between nature and architecture, which generates the word, as we call it in DNA, “Archi-Nature”.In this way, we take inspiration from the bird’s nests, and from them our design process in DNA begins.
This project was more about embracing nature and the jungle in Tulum, rather than the ocean, therefore an iconic project was generated from the desire to create a tree of life, with a center from which everything revolves around, and where ten nests structures appear. the experience is enhanced by wandering through the place through walkways, climbing from a walkway to the top of the trees and then you are in your own nest. In the end, today`s tourism has to be more oriented to nature and how to live those unique experiences, so that you return home nourished by exceptional experiences.


"TIBURON BALLENA Beach club, Mexico" PUBLISHED BY AASARCHITECTURE!

"TIBURON BALLENA Beach club, Mexico" PUBLISHED BY AASARCHITECTURE!

MEXICO

We would like to give a big thank to the Magazine “AASARCHITECTURE”for publishing our project “Tiburon Ballena by DNA Barcelona Architects”

DNA unveils TIBURON BALLENA Beach club by DNA in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico, a new concept of eco-tourism and a great opportunity of connection with Nature, community, and humans themselves. A unique experience that allows to achieve a balance between mind, body and soul and identify what is Mexico.

The project represents a residential complex that consists of 11 two-storey organic villas-nests, wrapped by a special structure from natural materials, that become part of Nature. Each villa boasts a small swimming pool, balconies, and a roof top with a jacuzzi where the residents can rest and enjoy the precious sea views of Mexico. Also, the project offers a beach club, inspired from the shape of shark, with sun beds that allow to relax and sunbathe, just near to the villas.


"AMIRA DISTRICT, TULUM" PUBLISHED BY ROBB REPORT, MEXICO!

"AMIRA DISTRICT, TULUM" PUBLISHED BY ROBB REPORT, MEXICO!

TULUM, MEXICO

We would like to thank the Mexican Journal Robb Report for featuring our project “Amira District, Tulum. Mexico” in their digital edition.

“Amira District, Tulum, Mexico”, represents a Residential Complex, where Each Building Unit acts as a community with 54 apartments of 1&2&3 bedrooms.

The project is designed for the environment of great tourist and scenic value in a natural location in the Yucatan region next to the Atlantic Ocean.

“Amira District” bases its design on the communion between the natural environment and a contrasting geometry with it. The facade emulates the movement of the waves creating dynamism and the material of the facade is indigenous bamboo. The architecture merges with the Nature entering inside the building and going up to the roof top where the social life of each community is flourishes with its unique experiences such as spa, gym, and “bridge pools”.


"AMIRA DISTRICT, TULUM, MEXICO" IN MUNDO CONSTRUCTOR JOURNAL!

"AMIRA DISTRICT, TULUM, MEXICO" IN MUNDO CONSTRUCTOR JOURNAL!

TULUM, MEXICO

We would like to thank the Ecuadorian Journal Mundo Constructor for featuring our project “Amira District, Tulum. Mexico” in their September´s edition.

“Amira District, Tulum, Mexico”, represents a Residential Complex, where Each Building Unit acts as a community with 54 apartments of 1&2&3 bedrooms.

The project is designed for the environment of great tourist and scenic value in a natural location in the Yucatan region next to the Atlantic Ocean.

“Amira District” bases its design on the communion between the natural environment and a contrasting geometry with it. The facade emulates the movement of the waves creating dynamism and the material of the facade is indigenous bamboo. The architecture merges with the Nature entering inside the building and going up to the roof top where the social life of each community is flourishes with its unique experiences such as spa, gym, and “bridge pools”.


“EL NIDO BOUTIQUE HOTEL, TULUM.MEXICO” FEATURED BY THE ECUADORIAN JOURNAL “EL MUNDO CONSTRUCTOR”!

“EL NIDO BOUTIQUE HOTEL, TULUM.MEXICO” FEATURED BY THE ECUADORIAN JOURNAL “EL MUNDO CONSTRUCTOR”!

BARCELONA, SPAIN

We would like to thank the Ecuadorian Journal Mundo Constructor for featuring our project “El Nido Boutique, Tulum. Mexico” in their April´s edition.

DNA unveils a new concept of tourism, a new concept of reconnection between ourselves and Mother Nature.

Enhanced by Nature; EL NIDO Boutique Hotel offers 12 amazing “nests” organized in 2 floors giving the user the possibility to host a family in each “nest” or 2 separate users in each one giving 24 units.

The balance between mind-body-soul is the main objective in this magical retreat, with spa and wellness center, ayurveda and yoga center, and a beach club facing the amazing sea of Tulum.


“AMIRA DISTRICT, TULUM”, PUBLISHED BY “THE CORE DESIGN” MAGAZINE!

“AMIRA DISTRICT, TULUM”, PUBLISHED BY “THE CORE DESIGN” MAGAZINE!

Tulum, Mexico

We would like to thank The Core Design Magazine for featuring our project “Amira District, Tulum, Mexico” in their prestigious journal.

“Amira District, Tulum, Mexico”, represents a Residential Complex, mostly surrounded by vegetation and nature which provide with unique sensations throughout different available experiences. Each Building Unit will act as a community with 54 apartments of 1, 2&3 bedrooms. The project is designed for the environment of great tourist and scenic value in a natural location in the Yucatan region next to the Atlantic Ocean.

“Amira District” bases its design on the communion between the natural environment and a contrasting geometry with it. The facade emulates the movement of the waves creating dynamism and the material of the facade is indigenous bamboo. The architecture merges with the Nature entering inside the building and going up to the roof top where the social life of each community is flourishes with its unique experiences such as spa, gym, and “bridge pools”.