Atelier Nomadic工作室在为Playa Viva度假村酒店设计了一系列竹树屋，Playa Viva致力于具有环保意识的可持续发展和再生实践。正向体验是 Playa Viva旅途中不可或缺的一部分，这里完全脱离电网运行，100% 的能源来自太阳能。度假村与当地社区广泛合作，支持健康和教育，并致力于复苏和振兴周围的土地。Playa Viva度假村是再生旅游组织的创始成员，创立并维护La Tortuga Viva 海龟保护区。
Atelier Nomadic, the design studio at Nomadic Resorts, has designed a series of bamboo treehouses at Playa Viva, an environmentally conscious resort dedicated to sustainability and regenerative practices. The positive impact is integral to the Playa Viva experience, which is run entirely off-grid and generates 100% of its energy from solar power. The resort works extensively with the local community to support health and education and works year-round to restore and revitalize the surrounding land. The resort is the founding member of the Regenerative Travel organization and founded and supports the La Tortuga Viva turtle sanctuary.
度假村本次扩建包括 6 座竹树屋，造型灵感来源于度假村旁的海里大规模迁徙的蝠鲼（魔鬼鱼）。树屋分布在墨西哥海岸线上，栖息在可俯瞰海浪的椰子树上。每个树屋都由一个前主卧和后附楼树屋组成，其中包含楼下的浴室和楼上的第二间卧室/休息室。
The resort's latest extension includes 6 bamboo treehouses inspired by the flattened, prismatic bodies of the Mobula Rays that migrate past the property's shore. Scattered along the Mexican coastline, the treehouses are perched on coconut palms overlooking the surf. Each treehouse is composed of a master bedroom at the front and an annex treehouse at the rear that contains the bathroom downstairs and a second bedroom/lounge upstairs.
The treehouses are developed using bioclimatic design principles to suit the natural environment: the large eaves of the roof act like a big umbrella, providing shade for the strong heat of the sun and protection from heavy rains. The façade louvers allow for natural cross ventilation.
树屋结构主要由当地竹子建造，竹子是世界上增长最快的可再生建筑材料之一，树屋展示了这种多功能材料的广泛用途。主体结构和屋顶结构使用坚固的瓜杜瓦竹杆，立面百叶窗使用截面条，天花板采用扁平竹板。Phyllostachys Aurea 竹杆和木钉用于附楼的墙壁和外墙面板。地板由可持续种植的当地 Cumaru 木材制成。
The structures are mostly built from local bamboo, one of the fastest-growing renewable building materials in the world, and showcase the wide variety in which this versatile material can be used. Strong Guadua bamboo poles were used for the main structure and roof structure, section strips were used in the façade louvers, and flattened bamboo panels form the ceiling. Phyllostachys Aurea bamboo poles and dowels were used for the wall and façade panels in the annex building. Flooring is made of sustainably grown local Cumaru timber.
The holistic design was intended to align with the expected post-COVID travelers’ desire to stay in exciting, healthy accommodation, immersed in the natural environment. After months of isolation and lockdowns, here, guests can be submerged and re-connect with the natural environment: listen to the sound of the waves, bath in the warm sunset tones, feel the breeze sway through the palm leaves, and taste the salt air, unmasked, as they lounge on the hammock suspended over the beach, staring at the stars.
Project Name: BAMBOO TREEHOUSE VILLAGE
Project address: Playa Viva, Juluchuca ,Mexico
Client: Playa Vivawww.playaviva.com
Program: Treetop dining pods, yoga pavilion, 5 two-bedroom treehouses
Architect: Atelier Nomadic (design studio at Nomadic Resorts)www.ateliernomadic.com
Design team: Olav Bruin, with Louis Thompson, Luca Fiammetta, Maddalena Losindaco
Bamboo design & construction consultant: Jorg Stamm
Site Architect: Roger Martinez
Landscape regeneration design: Bill Reed and Regenesis Group
Render images, drawings & sketches: Atelier Nomadic
Construction photos: Christian Krantz, Courtesy of Playa Viva
Photo name with AVABLU: AVABLU, Courtesy of Playa Viva
Photo name with Kevin Steele: Kevin Steele, Courtesy of Playa Viva
Photo name ending with Playa Viva: Playa Viva
Guest experience: https://youtu.be/Xsatwb5cFWE
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