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Amira District is a residential complex mostly surrounded by vegetation and nature with a short distance to the beach, beach clubs, touristic and commercial zone.
The luxury community spaces are integrated into nature so the complex offers jungle gardens, community pools with connected channels, magical outdoor spaces, hammock areas integrated into the river, multipurpose pavilions and sports equipment, as well as interconnected rooftop pools, a gym, yoga, deck areas, and outdoor parking.
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”.
All to achieve a wide vocabulary of visual elements that mutate into a design language, materials and forms, for a bio-mimicry architecture. The goal was to achieve a balance between mind-body-soul, providing a true escape from everyday life, allowing maximum disconnection and relaxation.
Amira District, Tulum, is designed for an environment of great tourist and scenic value in a natural place in the Yucatan Penisula next to the Mexican Caribbean.
The area is constantly growing and stands out for its access to beautiful beaches with unique natural landscapes. The site combines the tranquility of the jungle and the dynamism of the Caribbean Sea.
Amira District in its first stage represents 232 apartments, to reach 520 apartments in its total project.
The ground floor, destined to the location of natural elements and common spaces, provides a private swim-up and garden that connects with the central area.
The complex represents a private development that offers membership to a Beach Club with free transportation, a kindergarten, an artificial river with a central garden, a cafeteria and restaurant, a viewing terrace with suspended pool, gym and spa.
The set of buildings is arranged in a way that promotes the inclusion of the access spaces in the set of the exterior spaces, allowing architecture to be understood as something that could coexist with nature since ancient times. A mimetism with the forms of nature is searched from the exterior, so that everything comes as a whole, offering to the complex its own dynamism of the movement of the trees with the wind.
Emphasis is placed on the concept of sustainability respecting the ecosystem and biodiversity, contributing to the usage of natural materials that minimize the impact of construction and generation of waste.
The concept of water harvesting is also respected and also respected and represents a recovery of rainwater for wastewater treatment
Solar panels will be implemented to achieve sustainable electricity
The wall insulation system and the double-pane PVC windows will be integrated
Finally, the “dry” construction system is used, so as there are no wet binders, the execution time is shorter, safer and more sustainable.
Amira District project, Tulum, Mexico, has a philosophy of sustainability and emphasizes the concept of Ecosystem respecting the invironment and biodiversity, contribiuting to the usage of natural materials that minimize the impact of the building and the generation of waste.
The efficient usage of energy and natural resources, biodiversity and the need to protect people’s health in order to obtain a safe, sustainable and healthy building are respected.
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