Best Project of Residential Estate

About the project
LuzAzul was inspired from Mayan cosmovision about life and their understanding of the world, always cyclic, unfolding, expanding, evolving and regenerating.
We believe that each of the architectural elements that compose LuzAzul are well thought and carefully designed, resulting in what Bernini would’ve called a ‘bel composto’, since each part works for the other and complements it in a way there would be no use of having one without the other.
The design of this 12 m residential project responds to the possibilities of the land plot, there was a strong intention in blending the building to its surrounding
Vegetal pallet through its height and density. The perimeter of the land plot was used to place the building as a stone fortress that holds a quiet retreat in the center area that generates a calmed atmosphere resembling a vegetation surrounded oasis that covers and hugs anyone who enters in it.

Tulum, Quintana Roo, México.

Project design year

Applicant and authors of the project
Lassala + Orozco Arquitectos.
Architectural workshop based in Guadajara, Jal., México. Our firm counts with an acknowledged trajectory and experience in high end architectural design.
Our work's key principles are: productivity in our proposals, efficiency in resources, cost-benefit balance and flexibility during the process. The result of these principles is a user based architectural work that becomes a reference in the urban context that it is placed on.

Other participants
Architecture and Design Interior: Lassala + Orozco + Esrawe Studio.
Creative Direction: Lassala + Orozco + Esrawe.
Design Team: Carlos Lassala Mozo, Guillermo R. Orozco y Orozco, Florencia Sandoval Calderón, Priscila Valencia Ramos, Hector Esrawe, Javier García-Rivera, Laura Vela Lasagabaster, Brenda Vázquez,
3d Visualization: Joel Flores, Yair Ugarte, Emmanuel Miramontes.
Branding: Cadena + Asoc. Concept Design.
Developer: Abstract Capital.