Villa Teyuna

Best Project of Building or Facility by Student

About the project
Villa Teyuna» is a concept that embodies the ancestral origin of terrestrial communities. Inspired by the legendary lost city of the Tayronas, this architectural project emerges from a rocky cliff, intertwining with the changing forest and merging with the sea breeze like a spiritual entity. The use of avant-garde materials, such as graphene, brings with it a sustainable and recyclable approach. Concrete and stone, for their part, provide solidity and resistance to the structure, while the implementation of renewable energy sources guarantees a minimum environmental impact. The design of the project is dedicated to providing uninterrupted views of the natural landscape, avoiding the need for partition walls. A terrace topped by a balcony blends in harmony with a waterfall and a gallery of vehicles, all of them forming a set that embraces curvilinear and diagonal shapes that evoke the rebirth of a warrior society.

Tayrona, Magdalena, Colombia

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Applicant and author of the project
Freider Yamid Vargas Plazas, architect and interior designer, student of the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts, CESMAG University, San Juan de Pasto, Nariño-Colombia: «My main branch of art is directed in the field of 3D visualization and architectural design, focused on creating new innovative and futuristic architectural spaces.»

Status of the project
Conceptual design