Located in Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Endemico Resguardo Silvestre is a set of 20 independent rooms one from each other, with an area of 20 square meters each, designed by the Mexican architects from Gracia Studio. Located in the tourist circuit, these accommodations are operated by Grupo Habita, a member of Design Hotels. The touristic base is part of a larger development Encuentro Guadalupe which includes a winery and a residential area, all located on an area of 99 hectares.
One of the main premises of the project was to not interfere precipitously on the environment, ensuring its protection. Therefore, we opted to use a steel structure on which the skeleton of the room would be elevated , named EcoLoft, avoiding contact with soil to a minimum. The used materials and selected colors assures a perfect harmony with the environment. The approach of Endemico Resguardo Silvestre project is similar with the specific concept of the “deluxe” camping houses, that covers the guests’ basic needs while assuring contact with nature and a good integration in the environment. Endemico, spanish for endemic, meaning native to a particular region or environment, was designed to highlight the isolation, peace and calm of the desert, as well as the indigenous values and traditions.