Developed by FDS Arquitectos, this modest hotel is situated in Lavalleja, Uruguay.
According ti the architects: A excellent friend calls us to design a small hotel, 4 or 6 rooms on the hills of Lavalleja, Uruguay. The location is very properly known for its spiritual tourism, as it is a quite energetic place. The project has to be designed according to Hartmann’s energetic lines, taking into consideration the grid, in such a way that the resting areas, (e.g. beds) fall into positive quadrants there has to be an area for his family members to live in, but it should be flexible sufficient to turn it into a guestroom it should have a spacious reception area to accommodate groups of everyday visitors seeking spiritual tourism but they shouldn’t interfere with the privacy and the activities carried out by guests, and lastly it should be self-sustainable energywise as there are no energy nor water supplies available.
The energy needed for the hotel is offered by the wind and the sun, via a windmill and solar panels. The water, which is drinkable, is obtained from the ground. The area is renowned for the great quality of its water springs. Rooms are connected by an outside corridor protected by the EST Stone-Wall ending in the pools. The Wall is permeated in order to qualify a straightforward conversation space leveled with the ground. The WEST Stone Wall is a lot much more permeable so the rooms can get pleasure from views to the setting sun. In the low level there are 6 rooms, 2 of which have the likelihood to communicate with the upper level indoors and to at some point be employed by the household.
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