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V-Houses / Heinz Legler

Megan from Been Seen sent us V-Houses, an amazing jungle retreat near the fishing village of Yelapa in tropical Mexico. This rustic-modern aesthetic hotel was designed by Heinz Legler, who used to own a film set construction company and Veronique Lievre, previously a set decorator, from Paris. They started this project as their personal hideaway, but it ended up construction an hotel in a 5 acre area, with infinity pool, spa, restaurants, yoga hut and 8 guest rooms.

This year they expanded their hotel with V-Houses, 5 units with 3 units for hotel staff, 2 for guests, a kitchen and a shared bathroom. This three tower-houses have a particular structure, raising from a small concrete foundation as you can see on the construction pictures. The V Houses are made out of steel, plywood and red corrugated iron roofs.

You can check the great views by yourelf, and don’t mind about the windows. Trust me you won’t be needing them on this tropical paradise. More pictures below.

Architect: Heinz Legler,   h5@been-seen.com Location: Yelapa, Mexico Client: Verana, Hotel&Spa Construction year: 2007 Constructed Area: 5 x 1 sqm Interior Area: 92 sqm Budget: USD$79,000 Photographs: Martin Kunz

Cite:David Basulto. "V-Houses / Heinz Legler" 10 Jul 2008. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/3762/v-houses-heinz-legler/>