Welcome for the last time in this 2017 to Facades World, to bid farewell to the year on the day of the date we will share and analyze a lodging which is located in one of the countries most frequented by tourists. We hope that this delivery will be of great help and pleasure and thus conclude with a great year for all our community.
Modern and comfortable lodging for a vacation in Mexico
This lodging located in San José del Cabo, Mexico, was a work that started from a building of 6 one bedroom apartments in 600 square meters of land in the Historic District Art District. This idea was thought to provide an alternative to the expensive luxury resorts facing the sea in one of the most expensive cities in Mexico.
The concept focused on lodging without luxuries, youthful, social and of the "do-it-yourself" type, for independent travelers who prefer adventure and culture rather than the "all inclusive". The low cost renovation It consisted of converting the original 6 apartments into 8 hotel rooms, an office, staff kitchen and laundry, guest cafeteria and retail space.
Interior design of lodging
Leaving the original structure and eliminating all aluminum windows, ceramic tiles, illumination, wooden cabinets, doors, accessories and architectural decorations.
They were added dividing walls, windows, bathrooms, furniture based on steel and wood, were built on the facade custom steel sliding doorsRustic concrete floors, patios, beds, and sinks were also added.
In the second year a gas fire, a bar and a swimming pool were added. In the third year hammocks, food court, a food cart and an event space were incorporated.
Rustic lodging plans
Well, coming to the end of this last installment of the year, from Facades World we want to wish you to finish this 2017 in the best way, and start an 2018 loaded with good news and a lot of work. From our humble place we thank you for following us this entire year, and day by day adding users to our great community. We wish you the best, and we look forward to you next year with many more updated copies of this architectural item.