Amid the tropical jungles and Mayan ruins of Mexico's Caribbean coastline, Tulum Treehouse elevates guests to a lofty location in the canopy while putting them just a short jaunt from the heart of Yucatán Peninsula's most en-vogue destination.
Set along a beach road near the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, this private residence is a collective effort between international designers, local artisans, and the Tulum-based Co-Lab Design Office, who put sustainability above all else to create a five-bedroom, full-service jungle escape.
The white concrete structure seems to merge with its surroundings through private terraces and outdoor dining spaces, all outfitted with upcycled carpentry, Oaxacan ceramics, handmade bejuco baskets, and locally sourced textiles.
Relaxing hammocks, outdoor showers, and a 12-person dining space on the rooftop, meanwhile, encourage guests to drink in Mexico's natural beauty. Naturally secluded yet in close quarters with central Tulum, this eco-conscious escape frames a green corner of Mexico in its best light.