Like something rising out of a futuristic utopian society, Mar Adentro in Mexico’s San José del Cabo cuts a striking figure against the Sea of Cortez for its stark, white volumes that nestle a massive infinity pool between.
Designed by Mexican architect Miguel Ángel Aragonés, the luxury property combines a five-star, 143-suite hotel with 30 private apartments and nine estates. Featuring a private beach club, luxury shopping plaza, five restaurants, a spa, and art gallery, once you enter you might not ever want to leave.
Located in San José del Cabo on the outer rim of Baja California Sur, built by the skilled hands of local artisans, Mar Adentro forms part of the Mexican desert where physically and psychologically, water is the most precious natural resource. An architecture of sumptuous austerity boasts features that coexist harmoniously with nature. Designed on a human scale, this resort privileges two elements above all else: the horizon and the ocean.
A series of plain, concrete walls raised by local craftsmanship and fitted with innovative, easy-to-use designs and individually tailored details, where the horizon is the only limit to the constant, linear view; the mood may change, but never the form. The design components, furniture, and interiors by Poliform Contract harmonize with the simplicity of the architecture and are installed on-site by local hands.
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