Endémico Resguardo Silvestre is a cluster of twenty hotel rooms that are scattered along the sloping terrain of Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico. Designed by San Diego based Gracia Studio, each of the hotel rooms is placed strategically to obtain an unobstructed view of the valley. Guests may choose to close the personal entry door and have their private space and feel isolated within nature. Attached to each cabin is a personal patio and fireplace allowing comfortable lounging outside. At about 20 square meters per cabin, they each hover over rocky grounds and minimally interfere with the savannah continuing underneath. Corten steel is used to surface the cabins with the purpose of aging slowly with time to blend in with its rustic surroundings.

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