Outdoor Mexico Living
Constructed entirely of monolithic concrete forms, the design of this luxury villa allows the architecture and jungle center stage. This lush patio with ample space to commune doubles as a second living room in our books.
Brutalist in form and softened by the fringe of jungle around it, Casa Aviv was designed by CoLab Tulum and is a remarkable study in light, shadow and calm. Welcome to your private jungle oasis, and a restorative retreat for your mind - and lungs.
Give us a wild, wide expanse, from which we can be reminded of limitless possibilities. One of our favorite vantage points is Verana, the deep-jungle hotel that was once just a vision for the founders of BoutiqueHomes. The views – and opportunities to chill – are vast.
Come for the breezy, open-air living, stay for the festive tile work. This earthy palapa-style vacation rental is composed of two buildings, with plenty of outdoor space and wild vegetation. Disconnect your devices, and remember what it's like to fully be left to your own.
Rustic Mexican style merges with contemporary urban design in a villa that exemplifies open-concept living. A rooftop garden with a large pool, terrace and lounge chairs is the perfect place to enjoy the day, followed by a bath under the sky, in one of the en-suite outdoor tubs.
This retreat is a natural extension of Sayulita – one of Mexico's most colorful coastal towns – in both its laid-back beach vibe and design sense. Vivid tiling and domed roofs compliment the verdant environs – two acres of jungle to lose (or find) yourself in.
Tucked into the edge of the Sian Ka'an reserve, this home on the Mayan Riviera has few windows or doors, giving cross currents plenty of passage. Where air and good vibes go, creative and spiritual energy are bound to flow.
Rooted in the tenets of "Land Art," Diego Villasenor built a place that would celebrate nature by "disappearing" into it. Ayehualco is at once a masterful home, and an integration into the rugged topography of El Tepozteco.
Luis Barragán would have loved the vibrant color blocking of Todos Santos Hotel, which names its guest cottages after its hues (Azul, Verde, Rosa, and Violeta). The five-acre property is nestled among native palm gardens, with an array of spaces to take in their mood-enhancing effects.
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