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Exhibit at AIA Dallas

Organized by Latinos in Architecture

Rosewood Mayakoba Resort is part of a large development in the Riviera Maya owned by OHL Developers from Spain. Rosewood Hotels and Resorts' signature "sense of place" concept led us to explore and learn the Mayan traditional architectural elements, as well as the natural elements of the Yucatan peninsula that inspired their culture and beliefs. The main Lobby is a conceptual representation of the Mayan worship of the "water from above” (the rain) and "water from below" (underground spring waters called "cenotes"). The guestrooms floating in the water emerge as reeds from lagoons while the ones located on the ground adopt more solid and curved shapes that represent the intricate caverns underground.   


Exhibit at Dallas Latino Cultural Center &

AIA Dallas

Organized by Latinos in Architecture

The 8950 Sunset Boulevard Hotel - West Hollywood, California is an ambitious project located in the heart of the music industry and nightlife of Sunset Boulevard. The design was inspired by the rhythm, flow and accents of music, with both repetitive and unique elements.

The Hotel hosts several dining venues, bars, roof top suites, a glass floor rooftop pool with bars and a heliport. Street activation was a very important factor in creating the open design and inviting accessibility.


Exhibit at AIA Dallas

Organized by Latinos in Architecture

Sitting on a knoll overlooking at vast pastures in Wise County, Bison Ranch is envisioned to be the ultimate wedding/vacation spot  in the area. 

The Vision  started with an existing dream mansion in the heart of the ranch, perfect for upscale parties, and romantic wedding pictures. From there, a ballroom for 600 guests, a chapel, and ancillary amenities  are being added with this project.

And the dream does not stop there, stay tuned for more components of this exciting project.

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