Restaurant in Cancun, Mexico

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About the project
The design intent of this beach restaurant project is to recreate the Native American architecture in a total connection with the surrounding nature, while enjoying the luxury of today's advance in technology. The building maximize open views of the exteriors and the beach, surrounded by natural look water ponds filled with local fish and crustaceans which can be picked as an option for dinner. The extensive use of round wood as main structural beams and columns, with tiki-hut hatched roof, and rock walls reinforce the feeling of pure nature everywhere you go. Additionally some areas are enclosed by frameless glass curtain walls to offer clients the same feel under and air conditioning environment. Several detached bars, and beach cabanas along the beach coast offer family private spaces with the same customer service attention, to extend the enjoyment of virgin nature.

Carretera Cancun-Tulum, Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico

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Applicant and author of the project
Miguel Angel Estivill, architect and general contractor. Obtained the Bachelor Degree of Architecture in 1990 in Havana, Cuba, Certified General Contractor in the State of Florida, USA since 2000.

Status of the project
Conceptual design