HE UTBB

Floor Area:14,500 m2
Location:Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit
Executive Project:2006
Client:Secretaría de Obras Públicas, Gobierno del Estado de Nayarit
Design:E. Duarte, W. Ramírez, J. Rivas
The general concept of the design of Hotel Escuela de la Universidad Tecnológica de Bahía de Banderas rises from the idea of a university campus and adjacent hotel presented as a whole, where a clear image and function is found together with flexible operation.
The concept of the 5 star Hotel Escuela turns around its function as an educational center which seeks to involve guests in the teaching-learning process of future tourism professionals as it offers more experience with real situations as an active part of their studies.
The buildings are distributed according to the functional relationships that must be maintained between the parties and their relationship to the exterior. The term exterior in this context refers to the University and the feeder routes, as well as the topography and the general land conditions and of course the physical environment.
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HE UTBB

HE UTBB

Floor Area:14,500 m2
Location:Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit
Executive Project:2006
Client:Secretaría de Obras Públicas, Gobierno del Estado de Nayarit
Design:E. Duarte, W. Ramírez, J. Rivas
The general concept of the design of Hotel Escuela de la Universidad Tecnológica de Bahía de Banderas rises from the idea of a university campus and adjacent hotel presented as a whole, where a clear image and function is found together with flexible operation.
The concept of the 5 star Hotel Escuela turns around its function as an educational center which seeks to involve guests in the teaching-learning process of future tourism professionals as it offers more experience with real situations as an active part of their studies.
The buildings are distributed according to the functional relationships that must be maintained between the parties and their relationship to the exterior. The term exterior in this context refers to the University and the feeder routes, as well as the topography and the general land conditions and of course the physical environment.