Located in Mexico’s wine country, Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California, Endemico Resguardo Silvestre has been designed by San Diego-based firm Gracia Studio. There are 20 freestanding eco-lofts placed upon steel stilts, each with a terrace and outdoor clay fireplace for comfortable lounging outside. The 20 square meters cubes with their sleek modern design, hover above the rocky ground with panoramic vistas overlooking the scenic valley below. Corten steel was selected to surface the small structures; aging with time to blend into the rustic hues of the encompassing nature.
With each unit strategically oriented to unobstructed views directed towards the valley, guests may close their personal entry door and feel isolated in nature. The approach of the design of the room comes from the concept of a “deluxe” camping house, covering the guest’s basic needs, being in contact with nature and the environment. The 40-acre complex is completed with a nearby winery, a restaurant and dramatic pool cut into the hillside.
Endemico Resguardo Silvestre has rates starting at US$175, from here.
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