Estudio Macías Peredo Stylizes Mayan Architecture For Punta Caliza Boutique Hotel

Guadalajara-based architecture firm Estudio Macías Peredo has created an intimate sanctuary on the remote island of Holbox, Mexico, based on the region’s ancient buildings.

Devoid of cars and accessible solely by ferry, Isla Holbox is a fishing village off the Yucatán Peninsula and an emerging beach destination within the Yum Balam nature reserve. Its main draw for visitors continues to be the rare opportunity to swim with whale sharks during the summer months.

The Punta Caliza hotel is located 300 feet (91 meters) from the Gulf of Mexico’s emerald waters, on a triangular plot carefully selected by its owners, the Muñoz family. Read More via Dezeen.

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