These bamboo treehouses are on the Mexican coastline as an extension to the Playa Viva resort. Zihuatanejo. These cosy bamboo treehouses are designed by Atelier Nomadic for Nomadic Resorts and inspired by the majestic Mobula rays.
The Playa Viva resort is an eco-friendly resort that uuses100% energy from solar power. It reduces its impact and supports the local community while providing a good experience of its country. They are already working as a founding member of a Regenerative Travel organisation and started a turtle sanctuary named La Tortuga Viva.
The roof style inspired by Mobula ray is suitable for heavy rain and gives shade to suit the tropical climate. They use Louvers to keep the interior cool for privacy and natural ventilation. Bedroom location is vital in a house, so they placed the bedroom in the front with a nice coast view. The back area includes a bathroom on the lower level of the treehouse, and on the upper level, another bedroom and more private lounge space.
The floor is made from local Cumaru timber, which is more durable. They use Guadua bamboo poles as the main structure. You can get more details about this Playa Viva tree house on its website. If you are interested, you can book your stay there too.
There are six bamboo treehouses at Playa Viva.
Playa Viva is an eco-friendly resort that uses 100% energy from solar power.
Combining traditional and modern structures helps the resort match the tropical climate.
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