Vivood Landscape Hotels, Spain
Product: Black Viroc
Architects: VIVOOD Landscape Hotels, Daniel Mayo, Agustín Marí, Pablo Vázquez
Photography: Jabalístudio, Amanda Glez
Location: Benimantell, Alicante
Located close to Alicante, Spain, VIVOOD Landscape Hotels is a new hotel chain, designed and managed by architects and engineers with a passion to create designed spaces with a new concept to offer a unique experience to its guests.
VIVOOD aim is to use modular architecture to create a network of sustainable resorts that blend into their rural settings. This is a place where travelers in search of new sensations will find peace and quiet in exclusive surroundings alongside ecological awareness.
The buildings are clad externally with black Viroc through the use of sustainable building systems and successfully integrated with the environment, emphasizing the use and combination of wood and Viroc. The earthy tones of these robust and sustainable materials help them to blend in with the natural landscape.
"The outdoor image of VIVOOD is built by a covering black Viroc large format panels whose materiality is enriched with a play of lights and shadows projected by the sun through the vegetation. This union, also reproduced inside of the public buildings (restaurant and reception), delves into a seamless indoor-outdoor relationship that is the objective of this project.", claimed Pedro García from Vivood Landscape Hotels.
The result is 25 independent suites, a restaurant and lounge bar, a panoramic swimming pool and several terraces and private outdoor hot tubs, all nestled in the heart of nature.
A pure ambience of silence and tranquility where you can get away from it all: a real differential value.