Designed by Amaury Perez
From: Torreon, Mexico
Shelter location: Mexico
Date accepted: August 11, 2009
The Shelter was inspired by the study of the fruits shapes, and the great variety of existing trees in the jungle. It is a 3-meter spherical shape structure, it was completed in the Mayan style by adding an attached bed and a chair. The materials belong to the region. The bed was made of wood and a fiber-based material called Petate. The shelter has the ability to hang from trees and create security, its simplicity separates it from pyramids volumes.
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