terraces and hanging bridges connect the zeuhary cabins in a mexican vineyard

terraces and hanging bridges connect the zeuhary cabins in a mexican vineyard

Zeuhary cabins by María José Gutiérrez  in mexico

 

Architect María José Gutiérrez presents Zeuhary, a cluster of wooden cabins located in the Valle de Guadalupe wine region in Ensenada, Mexico. The project takes shape around vineyards, allowing habitants to focus the experience on the nature that surrounds them. Gutiérrez combines four cabins and a common area, connected through terraces and hanging bridges for greater interaction among guests. The circular floor plan, together with transition spaces such as hanging bridges, wooden paths, and spiral staircases, generate fluid and dynamic routes ‘which allow us to reconnect with ourselves and awaken our inner child through play and the movement,’ shares the architect.

terraces and hanging bridges connect the zeuhary cabins in a mexican vineyard
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40 sqm wooden units recalling natural tones and local crafts

 

Stepping inside the Zeuhary cabins, each unit spans 40 sqm each, and includes a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen area, jacuzzi with deck, rooftop with hammock- type net and suspension bridge that connects to the common area. Meanwhile, the chukum finish on the walls gives an organic texture and helps keep the interiors cool in summer, while the exterior coating of recycled pine wood offers thermal insulation in both winter and summer for greater energy efficiency. As for the furniture and interior decoration, María José Gutiérrez uses organic materials from the region and different areas of the country, earth tones and gray contrasts, crafts, natural fibers, textiles, local wood and stone, recognizing Mexican handcraft talent and tradition. Lastly, being located in an agricultural region with little water, the site prioritizes the reuse of gray water for irrigation of the vineyards. 

terraces and hanging bridges connect the zeuhary cabins in a mexican vineyard
Zeuhary cabins by María José Gutiérrez | image © Jonah Ruvalcaba

terraces and hanging bridges connect the zeuhary cabins in a mexican vineyard
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terraces and hanging bridges connect the zeuhary cabins in a mexican vineyard
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project info:

 

name: Zeuhary Hospedaje Campestre
location: Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico 

architect: María José Gutiérrez

collaborators: Specialized Urban Services, engineering and construction

area: 250 sqm

design date: January 2021

construction date: November 2021 (1st stage) – June 2022 (2nd stage)

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