Tulum Treehouse

Rooms 5   Architecture Co-Lab Design Office   Interior Design Annabell Kutucu + Co-Lab Design Office

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Rooms
5
Architecture
Co-Lab Design Office
Interior
Design Annabell Kutucu + Co-Lab Design Office

Architecture

CO-LAB DESIGN OFFICE

At first glance, this five-bedroom property may seem like a simple jungle house characterized by smooth white cement and rich Tzalam wood detailing. But above the two-bedroom garden-level living space, the house intertwines with the surrounding jungle through its wraparound terraces, indoor and outdoor dining spaces, and spacious bedrooms set between the trees. At the house’s apex, a 12-person dining area encourages families and friends to appreciate Mexico’s natural beauty over a long, slow meal.

Interior Design

Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB DESIGN OFFICE

United by respect for sustainable creativity, an eclectic mix of local craftspeople and international designers banded together to undertake the interiors at the treehouse. Handwoven bejuco baskets by a local artisan sit side-by-side with Oaxacan ceramics from La Chicharra and fine textiles by Mexican brand Caravana, while furnishings are made by a local family of carpenters who upcycle waste wood from the tropical region of Veracruz.

Organic materials from in and around Tulum are favored, resulting in a truly contextualized aesthetic that respects Mexico’s natural landscapes.

Interior Design
Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB DESIGN OFFICE

United by respect for sustainable creativity, an eclectic mix of local craftspeople and international designers banded together to undertake the interiors at the treehouse. Handwoven bejuco baskets by a local artisan sit side-by-side with Oaxacan ceramics from La Chicharra and fine textiles by Mexican brand Caravana, while furnishings are made by a local family of carpenters who upcycle waste wood from the tropical region of Veracruz.

 
 

Organic materials from in and around Tulum are favored, resulting in a truly contextualized aesthetic that respects Mexico’s natural landscapes.

Interior Design
Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB DESIGN OFFICE

United by respect for sustainable creativity, an eclectic mix of local craftspeople and international designers banded together to undertake the interiors at the treehouse. Handwoven bejuco baskets by a local artisan sit side-by-side with Oaxacan ceramics from La Chicharra and fine textiles by Mexican brand Caravana, while furnishings are made by a local family of carpenters who upcycle waste wood from the tropical region of Veracruz.

Organic materials from in and around Tulum are favored, resulting in a truly contextualized aesthetic that respects Mexico’s natural landscapes.

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